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CALVIN ENNES , born October 3, 1887 at Texas, Washington Township, Henry County, Ohio, son of Sylvester Beecher Ennesand Margaret Hardy, worked in lumber woods and drove logs during his teens. He attended Ferns Institute and graduated from Central Michigan University. During World War I, he served In the United States navy. He taught school for thirty-three years, was Arenac County School Commissioner for ten years, and wrote the first published history of Arenac County, Michigan.

He married VEVA IRENE HARRIS, January 26, 1912 at Au Ores, Michigan. Veva was born September 20, 1891 at Boulder, Colorado, the daughter of William Tillman Harris of Indiana and Helen Brooks of Rutland, Vermont. She was a stenographer and bookkeeper and attended Ferris Institute.

Born to them were:
Myron Beecher Ennes,
born 1/31/1913, died 6/25/1928
Otto Alden Ennes,
born 8/25/1914, married Anna Marie Joyal, died 7/5/1961
Helen Adelaide Ennes,
born 12/5/1915, married Norman Clayton Morgan
Lincoln Maxwell Ennes,
born 11/20/1917, married Elsie Bilacic
Mark Roy Ennes,
born 4/11/20, married Amelia Frischitz
Alice Elaine Ennes,
born 4/16/1922, married Edward Dittenber
Lucy Theodora Ennes,
born 10/27/1924, married Harry Morgan
Louis Lothaire Ennes,
born 10/5/1926, married Betty Eichsteadt
Annabell Aurelia Ennes.
born 12/3/1928. married John Goodman


Calvin Ennes— Veva Harris Children

OTTO ALDEN ENNES, jeweler, served in the United States Army Air Corps for 12 years. He married Mrs. Anna Marie Joyal of South Hadley, Massachusetts on September 10, 1951 at St.Edwards Roman Catholic Church in Omer, Michigan.

After working at sheet metal work In Farmington, Michigan, he bought Graves Jewelry Store in Standish, Michigan. There he was stricken by a heart attack while putting up the American flag on July 4,1961. He died July 5. He was buried in the Ennes family lot in Whitney-Sims Cemetery at Au Gres, Michigan.

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