Biography of Luman Hamblin
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Luman Hamblin was born in Genesee Co., N. Y., Aug. 14, 1830, and is a son of Samuel and Drusilia (Collins) Hamblin, the former a native of Vermont and the latter of New York. Luman came to Oakland Co., Mich., in 1844, and to this county in 1854. He was married July 22, 1860, to Miss Elizabeth Gray, who was born in 1842, in New York. They have seven living children - May, Grant, Carrie, Flora, Milton, Minnie and Daisy. Mr. Hamblin has held the offices of Justice of the Peace and Constable. He lost three brothers in the Union army during the late war. He owns 120 acres of land on see. 18, Algoma tp. Mr. Hamblin has a very fine cranberry swamp, which produces great quantities of berries, the source of a handsome income.


From:
History of Kent County, Michigan
Chas C. Chapman & Company
Chicago 1881.

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