Title: History of Washtenaw Co., Michigan, Vol. II (Chicago: Chas. C. Chapman & Co., 1881)
Title: 1880 U.S. Census
Title: Scrambling Charts from Harvey Baker's writings & from Mrs. Henry Schramlin, Pinellas Park, FL
Title: 1850 U.S. Census
Note: ities, villages and townships...and biographies of representative citizens : history of Michigan. Page 1425 http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaatxt/bac4701.0001.001/1424?view=text&size=100 Andrew TJ. Braman, proprietor Braman House, Milan, was born in this county May 24, 1885. His parents were Thomas and Harriet (Cronk) Braman, the former a native of Massachusetts, and the latter of New York; the former was born Oct. 2, 1799, and the latter Feb. 4, 1816. They came to this county in 1833, where they still reside. Mr. Braman was formerly a carpenter and joiner, but of late years has been engaged in keeping hotel. He was married Jan. 18, 1860, to Ar. della V. Young, born in Washtenaw county in 1841, and daughter of Henry and Mary Scrambling Young, early settlers in this county. They have four children by this union-Freddie A., Nora A., Herbert W. and Burton H. Mr. Braman has been a Constable for 20 years. He owns 70 acres of land, is connected with the I. 0. 0. F., and a member of the Republican party.
Note: History of Washtenaw County, Michigan : together with sketches of its c
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