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(11-06-12 Updated Version)

(Added Andrew L. Hoyt's school report on Atlas Milling Company w/photo)

(Added new photos of the York Mill site in Saline, MI)

(Added Joseph A. Sparling, Sr. photo of his milling business in Prescott, MI, near bottom of page)
(Re-dated Hoyt Floral, 1912 to 1918 Ford-Truck& Hoyt Smokestake photo, credit Dick Hoyt, CA)
(Added Atlas Mill Clinton MI, destroyed by Fire links, located about 1/2 way down page & Updates)
(Added Flour Sack Story)
(Added link to image Article from Clinton Local, on Atlas Mill may be torn down)
(Added new article from Spokesman Review of the Hoyt Chimney)
(Added links to images of 1995 Amy Hoyt's News Article on Hoyt Smokestack & grounds)
(Added photo Gallery from Cilla, on Spokane 'HOYT' Smokestack, Greenwood Cem, Percival Home)
(Added Aerial image to Saline, York Twp, MI - Hoyt & Sons, York Mill Dam Site)


GRIST/FLOUR MILLS and OTHER HOYT BUSINESSES

FLOUR SACK STORY






HOYT Coat-of-Arms - Center Wheat Crest

New Findings in England

A Record found at Doctors Common, London in HHH Book of 1871, pg. 275
a John Hoyt from Curry Rivel, Somersetshire, England was a Baker in 1417-1418

Above Crest, Did Wheat Crest mean that they were Farmers, or Grist Millers back in
English, Irish and even Prussian Roots in 12th, 13th, 14th century
as Our Timothjy Hoyt Descendants were in the 18th,19th & 20th Century?

HOYT's in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT

The Stamford record gives us Simon's death as Sep.1, 1657.
In his Inventory of Y's Estate of Simon Hoyte, on ther above HHH Book page of 290,
list many animals and a lot of feed, and also gives "it one homelote and a mill",
It one hat & lether Jacket".

Simon Hoyte's will at: HHH Book of 1871 on pages; (pg.290), (pg.291)
Simon's 'will' shows inv. of stocks of feed, ("25 bushels of wheat at value, 05 00 00 lb")
so I am wondering if this mill on East Street, might have been a grist mill?? or a lumber mill??

Article in Stamford CT Real Estate Magazine on John Schofield & Caherine Hoyt Home,
July 2006, courtesy of Richard W. Buckley

HOYT's in Ridgefield, Fairfield Co.,CT

There are papers recently found that Benjamin Hoyt, and possibly son,
Timothy Hoyt, was operating or owning a saw mill.( page 1, page 2 )

HOYT'S in CAYUGA Co., NY

(One possiblt Grist Mill that Timothy & his sons might have worked at
before migrating to Muir-Lyons, Ionia Co., MI)

Cato Grist Mill circa 1890's?
(Cato, Cayuga Co., NY Grist Mill)

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J. G. & G.G. HOYT'S in LYONS-MUIR, IONIA Co., MI -

Earliest Michigan Flour-Grist-Roller Mill 

Jonathan G. Hoyt came to settle in Muir / Lyons, MI. with 1 brother, Benjamin Hoyt, and His father Timothy Hoyt (1850-60's), in the early 1840's, as Benjamin shows being married in Muir, Ionia Co., in 1843 to Rosina Elizabeth Van Wie. And they ran a farm, West of town. I believe that both Jonathan G. & son, William Spencer Hoyt, & George G. Hoyt, worked in the Anchor Grist / Flour Mill until the late 1882 or 85, when Jonathan G and Son, William Spencer went to Saline MI, for 4 years, then moved to Spokane, Wa to start a Milling Business, then a floral & greenhouse business. (See Below Article). George G. (b. 1846 in Cayuga Co., NY), came in the late1860's, as he married in 1870 to Elizabeth ADELLA (Gerould), and had bought property N. of town, next to Jonathan G. Hoyt. George G. worked at farming and at the Anchor Mill, until moving to Pinkney , Elm Hall, Mack City, Grist Mills, then moved to Saline, MI with his father abt. 1884. Benjamin & Rosina Hoyt may have stayed and moved out West in 1900's. (The Great Muir Fire of 1896 burnt down the Anchor Mill and other businesses in Muir, MI, with most or all our families had moved away at that time).   Jonathan G. & William Spencer, along with George G. & Families, (as George MARCUS Hoyt, graduated from Saline Public Schools abt. 1888-89), moved to Saline, Washtenaw Co., MI to operate the Mill their, from 1896-1900. (See Above)

VIEW TIMELINE FOR ALL HOTY'S IN MICHIGAN

(It does get confusing, between time periods of 1840-1910)

 (View in Netscape or Download in IE - Muir, MI)
(or got to my Documents/Photos Download Page above)


Below THE ANCHOR FLOUR MILL MUIR, MI. That Timothy Hoyt & sons,
 Jonathan G. & George G. & William S. Hoyt operated; Circa 1860-1874
Anchor Flour-Grist Mill Muir MI - 1881


VIDEO of MUIRS-LYONS, MI - Timothy, Benjamin, Jonathan G, George G Hoyt, FIRST SETTLED in
This City in Michigan, from NY. The Anchor Mill & Farms & Homes Prpoerties.
11-21-2002 (.avi = 800 MB's / .wmv = 80 MB's)

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JOHN G. HOYT'S in SALINE, YORK TWP., WASHTENAW Co., MI

A book that is a collection of Saline area pictures, "Images of America; Saline" by Susan Kosky that was published in 2003. There is a nice picture of the mill with the following caption. The water-powered York Mill was built in 1836 on the Spring Brook in York Township. In 1868 it was renovated to use either water or steam. The mill burned in 1881, and was rebuilt by J.G. Hoyt & Son. For more than 45 years the mill produced White Swan flour, used in many Michigan kitchens. In 1911, Edward and Herman Alber bought the mill, selling it to Jacob Theurer a few years later. In 1930, ownership of the property reverted to Edward Alber, who again called it York Mill and began producing "Snow Loaf" flour. Alber later sold the mill to Gerhardt Cekau. It ceased grinding grain after World War II. It was razed in 1945 to make way for a new slaughterhouse for poultry.


     JONATHAN (John) G. HOYT, owned and operated the York Mill business from 1876 to about 1890, he rebuilt the mill, when it burned in 1881, with his sons, George G & William S. Hoyt, for approximately 13 years. Fredrick Van Wie Hoyt was attending Yale University Divinity School, and graduated 1881. George Greenwood (nickname Gerald, pro-nounced Ja-raud) Hoyt, then removed to Elm Hall, Graiot Co, MI in 1878. Wiliam S. went to Spokane, WA, about 1884, and John G. located to Spokane, WA about 1890. Fredrick VW Hoyt followed to Spaokane, WA, 1900's.
The mill was 1/2 mi South of town, with pond on Spring Brook..
The photo was taken about the time My Great Great Grandfather was running the Mill.

***NEW*** JONATHAN G. HOYT - LAND PATENT - 171 A. SALINE, MI (GIF) - (.PDF)


(View the records indicating the land Sale of Flour Mill Business from AnnArbor, MI  Records.)

(View Recent Photos of the York Mill Site, now, it is a DNR Fish Farm, 1MI S. of Saline, MI)

Photo 1 , Photo 2 , Photo 3 , Photo 4 , Photo 5 , Photo 6 , Photo 7

Saline Mill Saline, MI
York Mill Before burning in 1881
York Mill after being rebuilt by J.G. Hoyt

Aerial - Jan 2007

In Saline, MI, turn S. at top of Hill in Downtown at Light, on Saline-Macon Road, go down hill about 3/4 mile. On right..

(View Recent Photos (2010) of the York Mill Site, of Saline, MI, It is now, a Fisheries Research Station, DNR of MI)

York Mill Site - Fisheries Research Station

Photo 1 , Photo 2 , Photo 3 , Photo 4 , Photo 5 , Photo 6 , Photo 7

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Elm Hall, Gratiot Co, MI - George G. Hoyt - Miller

***NEW*** - George G Hoyt - USA Homestead Land Patent (.gif) (.pdf)

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Elm Hall - W.C. Whitney-Flouring Mill 1875
Elm Hall - Flouring Mill burned 1900

 

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G.G. HOYT'S in STANTON,  IONIA Co., MI

   A 50th Wedding News Article gave an account that Hugh P. Hoyt was formerly of Stanton, MI, and  moved to Remus, MI & Married Katherine Elizabeth Hoag. after the Stanton Mill had burned down. George G & Elizabeth Adella (Gerould) Hoyt, were from Stanton, when Elizabeth purchased some property in Remus in 1896, and gave indication in Indenture (Deed), that she was from Stanton. Montcalm County Deeds show George G Hoyt & Elizabeth A. Hoyt on Deeds in the courthouse.

STANTON MI ROLLER MILL-GGHOYT-HPHOYT jpg


VIDEO of Stanton, MI -George G & Elizabeth Adell/a Hoyt, & Hugh P Hoyt in Stanton, MI & Present day
Property where George's & Hugh's - Stanton Milling Co was when it burnt in 1895.
11-14-2002 (.avi = 512 MB's / .wmv = 22 MB's)

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G.G. HOYT'S in REMUS,  MECOSTA Co., MI

   The Remus Mill pictured top right, burnt down Easter Sunday, in 1941, I have pictures of the newer one (Mill in Gold paint in 1975).  Now, George G, Hoyt's father, Jonathan G. Hoyt worked at the Muir, MI. Grist Mill in the 1870's. The Anchor Mill burnt down in the 1898 Fire in Muir, MI. George Greenwood & Earnest E. & Hugh Percival Hoyt moved to Remus, MI, as right photo, to work in the Grist Mill in Remus, MI.inn 1896 before the Fire of Jonathan G. Hoyt, Sons, William Spencer went to Saline, MI to Operate & Own the Saline Grist Mill & later came Fred Van Wie Hoyt moved to Spokane, Wa. to work in Grist Mills & start "Hoyt Bros. Floral " business there.

   GEORGE G. HOYT & SONS GRIST MILL - REMUS, MI. 1896-1906
GG Hoyt & Sons MIll Remus, MI

VIDEO of REMUS, MI -Wamboldt Cemetery where George G & Elizabeth Adell/a (Gerould) & Father
C.M. Gerould are Buried, Hugh P Hoyt, Carrie Melvina (Hoyt) Colegrove in Remus, Mi
Homes and Present day GG Hoyt & Sons Mill Property.
11-14-2002 (.avi = 697 MB's / .wmv = 28 MB's)


 (See, below, " Written History of the Timothy Hoyt Family" ,

  for sourcing)
 
   The picture to the right is from REMUS, MI. Circa about 1904, when My Grandfather (Hugh Percival Hoyt) and his Father (George G. Hoyt) and Great Uncle (Earnest Edward Hoyt).
 
Select Blowup of the RemusMI  Mill G.G.Hoyt & Sons Milling Co

            (Close-up of G.G. Hoyt & Sons Grist Mill, rt top)  

     (View or Download zipfile on Remus, MI Hoyts)

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 E.E. HOYT in PINCKNEY, LIVINGSTON Co., MI

  My Great Uncle, Earnest E. Hoyt worked at this mill in Pinckney, MI.
E.E. Hoyt then located to Clinton, MI about 1912, to help Hugh P.Hoyt, his brother, to run the mill as the Head-Miller.

Below THE PINCKNEY MILL, PINCKNEY, LIVINGSTON CO., MI.
Earnest Edward Hoyt, 1906-1911.
Pinckney Mill


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           H. P. HOYT'S in TECUMSEH, LENAWEE Co., MI            

  Before coming to Tecumseh, MI. My Grandfather, Hugh Percival Hoyt, worked at the Bryan Oh. flour-grist mill, then lived and worked at the Deerfield, MI. Flour Mills, where my Great Aunt Ada Francis Hoyt was born.
  At Tecumseh, Hugh Percival Hoyt, worked as Head Miller, & his brother, Earnest Edward Hoyt also worked at the William Hayden Flour Mill to Right. Hugh Percival Hoyt's lived on Franklin St for about 6 years between 1906-1912, then Hugh P Hoyt became the Head Millers job at the Clinton Mi Flour MI-now known as the Atlas Milling Co. below

Below THE HAYDEN FLOUR MILL, TECUMSEH, MI. (East M-50)
Circa 1908-10 that Hugh Percival Hoyt worked as Head Mill Operator

Then -1900                                                                Now 2003
Hayden Mill Tecumseh MI              Hayden Milling Co 2003 as a Community Cntr Tecumseh MI
(Click each photo to view enlargment)


          H. P. & E.E. HOYT's in CLINTON, LENAWEE Co., MI

While I was growing up, I watched my Father, Paul Millard Hoyt, his Brother Hugh Huntington Hoyt and Grandfather, Hugh Percival Hoyt, working at the Atlas Milling Company,(pictured right), often visiting, and seeing the ancient belts, pulley's of 1800's work, with the water powered turbine in dam from a raceway built for the Grist & Woolen Mills, off of the Raisin River. We had a famous Stagecoach Roadway (US12, now) in 1800's from Chicago to Detroit, with the famous Clinton Inn called the Eagle Tavern in Clinton, Mi. now resides at Greenfield Village, Southfield (Detroit), Mi. Moved and rebuilt to original, by Henry Ford. My Grandfather Hugh Percival Hoyt, first worked as Head Miller, coming from the Hayden Mill in Tecumseh, MI, and My father sold the Atlas Mill in 1955, at which time,
 Max Steffens, and son, Charlie Steffens took over the Business, a
s Atlas Feed & Grain Co.
then my Father, Paul M. Hoyt, sold the last Mill Property, North of US 12, the Raisin River lands in 1967.

(Please VIEW the Atlas Milling Co. Slide Show with many Document, below)

Below THE ATLAS FLOUR MILL in CLINTON, MI.
that Hugh P., Paul M., & Hugh H. Hoyt owned & worked from 1910-1955
(165 YRS. OLD-2001)
(Awarded as a Michigan Business as One of Oldest remaining Original Businesses,  still doing Original Business.)

NEW - ATLAS MILL TO BE TORN DOWN - Clinton Local - 01-24-2008
         

HP HOYT Letterhead Logo
HP Hoyt Trade mark #1
HP Hoyt Trade Mark #2

AMC PA Flour bag 5 lb
AMC Flour bag 25 lb
Atlas Feed & Grain - Flour Cloth Sack
HP Hoyt Letterhead Logo
HP Hoyt US Patent 1
HP Hoyt Patent 2
Bag logo 5 lb flour sack
bag logo 25 lb flour sack
 Cloth 100 lb flour sack
(Click above thumbnail, to View larger images)

Hugh P Hoyt ATLAS MILLING CO in Clinton, MI  SLIDESHOW

 


The First SNOW-KEYES & ATLAS MILL LEDGER 1838-1847

(E-mail me ),( if you are interested in a CD of this Account Ledger,

it is 486 MB's with 1,078 images)


(Click each photo below to view larger images
1913 Atlas Milling Co Clinton MI
1950 Atlas Milling Co Photo
Atlas Milling Co 1995 Photo
Then 1913   
1950
1995

NEW - ATLAS MILL TO BE TORN DOWN - Clinton Local - 01-24-2008

          

Atlas Milling Co Tin Can

OTHER CLINTON MI LINKS & DOWNLOADS
  (Veiw in Netscape or Download in IE - below Headings)      
            1.      CLINTON MI ZIP FILE
               (Some Old Articles, History & Photo's)
      2. ATLAS MILLING CO - FEED & GRAIN - 16.2 MB's
               (History Documeents & Photo's)
            3.    Clinton INN (Eagle Tavern)
                        (History & Photo's)
   4.   Clinton Cemetery - Riverside Cemetery
               (Cemetery Plot Photo's of Hoyt's
             & photos of their Homes in Clinton.)
              5.   319 Clark St. Clinton, M.
                    (Home where we grew up)
              6.     Clinton High School
                   (Old Clinton School photos)
              7.     1965 C.H.S HOME PAGE


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November 2012

Andrew L. Hoyt's - School Report

on his Gt-Gt-Grandfather's Business - Atlas Milling Company

from 1912, when Hugh P. Hoyt came to Clinton, to manage the mill,

to purchasing the Atlas Mill in 1924, and sold out of family, in 1955

(Sadly, mill became vacant 2005 - burnt down by arsonists on March 12, 2009)

Read more on this Mill Business, and other family businesses at the link below:

http://www.simonhoyt.com/millbusiness.html

(Click on images below to view a larger image)

7 yr. old, Drew Hoyt's Report at his school -

Lincoln Elementary River Forest, IL

Andrew is the son of Andrew & Bernadette Hoyt

Congratulations Drew on your Report, as the Hugh P. Hoyt family members, are proud of your accomplishment!!

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NEW - BREAKING NEWS - 03/12/2009

ARSON DESTROYS ATLAS MILL !

Click here to read - M-LIve.com Article

Click Here to read - Lenconnect.com Article

Click Here to View - You Tube.com Videos

Click here to Ann Arbor News -Arson Update

Click here to Read Adrian Telegram Update -

Arsons Caught, 03-31-09

Also, search youtube.com for other videos


Email #1:
From: Linda Kinney
To: John Hoyt
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 7:38 PM
Subject: BREAKING NEWS
John,
I am so sorry to tell you that my son Joe just phoned me and the Mill is burning down.
He says the flames are shooting 100 feet in the air and the smoke is reaching the clouds.
Half of Clinton is there. I am so very sorry.
Could you email me a picture of the mill in the old days when your family owned it?
I was telling my son Joe what a fine job your family did when the mill was under its care.
Sincerely,
Linda

Email #2:
From: Bill Click
To: John E Hoyt
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 7:50 PM
Subject: Re: New Email change for John Hoyt
Sorry John,
Mill is burning down.
I will take pictures tomorrow as I am trying to get my video downloaded now.
Bill


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G. Marcus & sons, Kenneth &Owen - HOYT'S - PHARMACY's
in Mio, Detroit & Suttons Bay, MI

 

G. MARCUS & KENNETH HOYT
Hoyt Drug Store
Main St. Suttons Bay, MI

George Marcus Hoyt Family Page

View the Suttons Bay, MI Paternal & Materal lines.

OWEN & LAURA HOYT
HOYT PHARMACY
15800 Puritan Street, Detroit, MI

Owen later, in 1966, moved family, became a druuggist at a Pharmacy in Northport, MI, and then moved toT.C. to work at Sixth St. Pharmacy, 1030 6th St, Traverse City, MI

VIEW Geo. MARCUS HOYT FAMILY SLIDE SHOW

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JOHN G. HOYT's in SPOKANE, SPOKANE Co., WA

JOHN G., WILLIAM S. & FREDERICK V. HOYT - 30 COURT DEED GALLERY LIST

Old Flour Mill Mall to left, Downtown Spokane, with Rive and Falls
Echo Roller Mill, Spokane Falls, Downtown - Jonathan G & son, William S. Hoyt worked here
Mapquest of Mill Site of John G & William S. Hoyt's first Business in Spokane, Wa.

Photo Link to Spokane Downtown River Falls & Flour Mill

Link to Short History of Spokane & Spokane Falls & It's Indian Tribes, etc.

2nd Business: brothers, William S & Fred VW Hoyt - HOYT BROS. CO., Florists

***NEW*** - William S. Hoyt - Land Patent (.gif) - (.pdf)

       
(This Busness Logo Letter head of William S & Fred Van Wie Hoyt, Florist Shop in Spokane
was a letter telling of the Hoyt Genealogy by Fred Van Wie Hoyt,
mailed to My Great GrandMother, Eliz. A. Hoyt and sent to my
Father, Paul M. Hoyt in Tokledo, Oh--johnehoyt)

Fredrick Van Wie Hoyt's 1st Letter to Paul M. Hoyt, about the selling of Flower Shop. PG.1, PG.2, PG.3

Don Henrick's additional e-mail of William & Frederick's partnership & selling the Flower Business in the Spokane Review:

Don Hendrick's email to John Hoyt on 11/26/01
The following is a quote from Frederick V. Hoyt that appeared in the Spokane Review Newspaper, January 11, 1931.
"Then in 1894, I entered into partnership with my brother, W.S. Hoyt, and we started the Garden Springs greenhouses, which we conducted for nearly 40 years. We sold out about a year ago."

ANOTHER WRITE-UP OF A FORMER WORKER AT THE GARDEN SPRINGS GREENHOUSES (.pdf)
Spokesman-Review.com, Spokane, WA.

   The photo below of The "HOYT BROS CO." Smokestack, that stiil stands today, (May 2002) in Garden Springs, near or in Spokane, WA., in 1894, Jonathan G Hoyt's, (passed in 1891) sons, William Spencer Hoyt and his brother (Frederick Van Wie Hoyt, first owned and Operated a Grist Roller Flour Mill, off Havermill Island, near the old train yards, (Patricia Isadore & Richard Spencer Hoyt, daughter & son, say that Grandfather (Jonathan G. & William made a whitened flour process called the Silk 50 Process, where all the European and whites were eager to purchase, that left brown wheat flour, and Jonathan & William became great friends with some of the local Indian tribes, as they gave the brown wheat flour to them. After the death of their Father, John G..in Oct. 29, 1891.William, along with his brother, a local pastor, Fred V., went into the Floral Greenhouse and Flower Sales Business, located at 2 locations in Downtown Spokane, WA, and the Greenhouse West in Garden Springs. (see thumbnail above), at different times, known as the HOYT BROS. CO.FLORISTS  (See Ancestry Documents under Patricia and Jonathan G. Hoyt and Frederick Van Wie Hoyt, for more details and digital images of letters/Photos, and documents). Also, Frederick Van Wie Hoyt,, previously was pastor at a Cheney, WA Church, and came to Spokane preaching at the Pilgrin Church. Frederick V. Hoyt is in the Ripley's, "Believe or Not", (Toledo Blade Newspaper, Toledo, OH.) for marrying the same woman 3 times, Mirah Horton, his adopted sister, in 1877,as Fred was off at Yale Divinity School graduating in 1882, in Saline while his, Father, John G. & Sabra "Isadore VW Hoyt, needed help in the household, Isadore with her baby, Carrie M., and other children. Mirah (Mara) was from Canada. . Pictured in the photo are the 3 Children of Annie Mable Hoyt (b. in Muir MI in 1882 and her sister Mary Fredrica Hoyt b. in Spokane, WA in 1884). & Husband, William Schultz, of William Spencer Hoyt & Jennie Hickmont, his second wife.. John T. Percival, Hoyt's in law to Emily. M. Hoyt, was also invested in the Flour and Floral Businesses.



(Click each photo to view enlargment)
1912 Jonathan G & Wm S Hoyt's Greenhouse & Floral Business


2000 Aerial View of Jonathan G & WmSHoyt's Greenhouse Land
JONATHAN G & Wm S & Fred VW HOYT's GREENHOUSE SMOKESTACK-SPOKANE WA
 1918

AERIAL VIEW of JONATHAN G & Wm S & Fred VW HOYT GREENHOUSE & SMOKESTACK'S
 2000

 

PHOTO's of HOYT SMOKE STACK &
Greenwood Mem. Terrace Cemetery,
& Misc. Spokane Photos

Courtesy of Cilla (Hoyt) Carpenter

Click here for Cilla's Photo Gallery - 2006 & 2007

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Also, Cem. Photos at Cemetery's Page

 

2006 PHOTOS

Courtesy of Kevin Timmons

The Current Families of William Spencer Hoyt & Florence Tate;

Patricia Isadore Hoyt & her brother Richard Spencer Hoyt,
are currently living in California, as of 2006.

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1995 & 2008 Articles about the Hoyt Greenhouses in Garden Springs

NEW ARTICLE 01-24-2008
HOYT GREENHOUSES & ITALIAN WORKERS, GARDEN SPRINGS, SPOKANE, WA (.pdf)

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(Incidentally, NEWS UPDATE, Jan. 2005, the HOYT Smokestack, is threatened to be torn down,
The foundation is weakened and it is leaning, it has been a Landmark in Spokane, for nrearly 100 years,

Please keep watch for details of any prersevation about this Historical Landmark..jeh)

08-25-2005 News Article Spokesman Review, "It's a Tall Order", courtesy of Amy Hoyt, granddaughter of William. S.Hoyt,and Tom Sowa-Business Writer for the Spokesman Review

Postcard Ad of Hoyt Bros Co. Florists, W. 817 Riverside Ave. Spokane, WA
Courtesy of Amy Hoyt &
Cheney-Cowles-Museum

 

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JOHN T. PERCIVAL - HISTORY OF RAILROADS IN OTTAWA COUNTY - 1886

(John T. Percival was married to Emily Melvina Hoyt; George G. & William S. & Fred. VW Hoyt's sister).

John T. Percival, ALSO, OPERATED A FLOUR & FEED STORE in Grand Haven, MI around 1875 to mid-1890's,
before moving to Spokane, WA., with Jonathan G. Hoyt, William S. Hoyt & Fred VW Hoyt & Families.

Booklet reprinted - Credit to Charlie Misner, Grand Haven, MI, December 2004

Cover, Intro-History, pg-1, pg-2, pg3, pg-4, pg-05, pg-06, pg-07, pg-08, pg-09, pg-10, pg-11, pg-12, pg-13, pg-14, back Cover

http://www.michiganrailroads.com/RRHX/Miscellaneous/ResearchBibliography.htm

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Family Photo Gallery of the Percival, Hoyt, Cartano's

History of the Cartano Family Site

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JOSEPH A. SPARLING, SR.

HUSBAND OF ADA FREDICA HOYT

OPERATED THIS FEED/GRAIN & LUMBER BUSINESS IN PRESCOTT, OGEMAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN

 

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MY HOYT BRANCH MIGRATION TO MICHIGAN
 & OTHER STATES

(1. List of Hoyt Names & Dates Where they lived)
(2. Map of what Hoyt lived where in MI)
(3. Timeline Table #1- Imigration in MI & to Other States)

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***NEW VIDEO'S of NOV. 2002 OF HOYT ROOTS***
Each of  STANTON , & REMUS , & MUIR , MI
( Hoyt's in Clinton, Deerfield, Tecumseh MI Videos to be done in 2003 )
( Hoyt'a in New York State and CT to be done in 2004 )
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( Please write or E-mail for a Cd of each, or All., include address )
Videos in (.avi) and (.wmv) formats



JOHN E HOYT

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