Almeda (Hammond) Gulick
Mrs. Almeda Gulick, known in the vicinity where she lived as "Grandma" died at her home in Clarkston yesterday afternoon (undated, d. 7 Feb 1924) at the advanced age of 85 years. She was a daughter. of Joel and Elizabeth Hammond, and was born in Hackettstown, N.J. Nov. 28, 1835. She was brought to Clarkston by her parents when only three years old and had made her home in that village ever since. Mrs. Gulick was united in marriage the Henry Gulick July 1, 1854, and seven children were born to this union. Three preceded her in death, Mrs. Ada Lawlor, Mrs. Nettie Crosby, and Samuel. She is survived by four sons, Jacob, Joseph and William of Clarkston, and Leman of Pontiac. Mrs. Henry Lewis of Bay City is a sister, and there are eight grandchildren, 13 great grand children and 7 great great grandchildren --- was a life long of Clarkston Baptist church --- burial in Lakeview Cemtery.
Source Information: Typescript of genealogical data found inside Albert A. Hammond and Libbie Lessiter Bible. Note: This Bible was published by the National Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa., Chicago, Ill., St. Louis, Mo., & Dayton, Ohio, 1879. Inscription on Title page, "Albert A. Hammond, Clarkston, Michigan, April, 1898." The record was copied for General Richardson chapter Daughters of the American Revolution by May Rockwell Howlett (Mrs. E. V.), 1029 James K. Blvd., Pontiac, Mich.