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Re: FOUTCH/FOUCH Gladwin Co. - 1800's
Posted by: John Rhode (ID *****7662) Date: January 03, 2005 at 12:26:07
In Reply to: FOUTCH/FOUCH Gladwin Co. - 1800's by Leslie Knowles of 182


Some of the streets in the City of Gladwin are named after the foutch children. This would be in the south side of town in a section platted by C.C. Foutch. The street names are:


The plat is known as the "Foutch Addition".

He also platted a section on the north side of town known as the "Grout, Foutch and Johnson" addition.


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