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Early Dibbleville
Established 1834

This is a map that I created for the Address database in the computer at the Fenton Historical Society. Many changes have been made over the years to the town itself. Roads were moved or shifted to a slightly different location. This map is in about the middle of the changes.
The numbers you see in the map are the address of the actual location. If you know the address of an ancestor just look around the map for the correct street then for the number on that street. To see the picture in more detail, you can click on the picture and you will see it at actual size in a new window. This may take a while to load if you are on regular phone modems. The picture is quite large.
The Fenton Historical Society and myself hold the actual database I am creating of all who lived at these address over the years, when the places were built, and by whom if known. This is a very lengthy research project, and is continually being worked on. If you would like information on any of these address, or know of someone who lived in one of these, or are searching for where someone lived, please contact me at the "Contact Us" link, with the address you are requesting information on, or have information for. This helps to further the information in the database, and we always look forward to getting more information, So please share :)


This Address Database was created by Cheryl Canty for the Fenton Historical Society,  located in Fenton, Genesee, Michigan. It was created to help those researching their homes and families in Old Dibbleville (Now Downtown Fenton). You may copy this picture for your own use only. You may not sell or profit from this picture in any way without our consent.

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