Frederick Wesley Hunn (1890-1967)

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Frederick Wesley Hunn
Hunn, Fred and Cora Army.jpg
Fred & Cora 1918
Born: 12 Feb 1890 Vanderbilt, Michigan
Died: 22 Oct 1967 Saginaw, Michigan
Father: Nelson G. Hunn
Mother: Nancy Ann Vaughn
Siblings: William Augustus Philips
Charles Edward Philips
Sarah Ellen Philips
Lucy B. Philips
Roxsina Hunn
Frederick Wesley Hunn
Pearl May Hunn
Harry Hunn
Hazel M. Hunn
Spouse: Eva May Granger
Married: 8 Jun 1912 McMilan, Luce, Michigan
Spouse: Cora May Bixby
Married: 6 Dec 1917 Escanaba, Michigan
Children: Edith Nancy Hunn
Frederick Wesley Hunn

Frederick Wesley Hunn was born February 12, 1890 in Vanderbilt, Otsego, Michigan.

His parents are Nelson G. Hunn and Nancy Ann Vaughn.

He married Eva May Granger on June 8, 1912 in McMillan, Luce, Michigan.

Fred married Cora May Bixby on 6 December 1917 in Escanaba, Delta, Michigan

Their children are: Edith Nancy and Frederick Wesley Hunn.

Fred died October 22, 1967 in Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan.

Fred and Cora are buried at the Roselawn Cemetery, Saginaw, Michigan.


Hunn, Fred W.,
1090 Vincent Street

Passed away at Saginaw Veterans Administration Hospital following a lengthy illness. Age 77 years.

He was born Feb. 12, 1890, in Vanderbilt, Mich., and grew to manhood there. He married Miss Cora Bixby Oct. 6, 1917, in Escanaba, Mich. She survives him. He served in the U. S. Army during World War I. They moved to Saginaw in 1920, and had been employed by the Howard Trailer Co. for many years.

Surviving, besides his wife, are one daughter and one son, Mrs. Joseph Duranso, Medina, N. Y.; Frederick W. Hunn, Saginaw; nine grand-children; 13 great grandchildren.

Funeral service will take place 2 p. m. Thursday at the Case Chapel, 409 Adams St. Rev. R. J. Lautner will officiate with burial in Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p. m. Tuesday.


  • Birthdate: See Social Security Death Index below
  • 1900 Federal Census, Star Twp., Antrim, Michigan, 15 Jun 1900
Hunn, Nelson G.
, Fredric, son, white, male, b. Feb 1890, age 10, single, MI, MI, OH, at school
  • 1910 Federal Census, McKinley Tp., Emmet, Michigan, 3 May 1910
Hunn, Nancy
, Fred W., son, male, white, 20, single, MI, MI, OH, Laborer, Handle Mill
  • Marriage: Michigan Marriages 1868-1925
Groom's name: Frederick Maley Hunn
Groom's age: 22 years
Groom's birth year: 1890
Groom's birthplace: Michigan
Bride's name: Eva May Granger
Bride's age: 18 years
Bride's birth year: 1894
Bride's birthplace: Michigan
Marriage date: 08 Jun 1912
Marriage place: McMillan, Luce, Michigan
Groom's father's name: Nelon Hunn
Groom's mother's name: Nancy Vaughn
Father of bride's name: Charles Granger
Mother of bride's name: Mary Pratt
Film number: 2342697
Digital GS number: 4209168
Image number: 563
Reference number: v 3 p 359 rn 728
Collection: Michigan Marriages 1868-1925
Groom: HUNN, Weslie
Bride: BIXBY, Cora
Marriage Date: 10/6/17
Book & Page: C105
  • 1920 Federal Census, Alger, Michigan
Fred Hunn, abt 1891
, Cora, wife
  • 1923 Saginaw, Michigan, City Director yp. 452:
Hunn, Fred, (Cora) mldr h 1412 8th
  • 1930 Federal Census, Ray, Alexander twp., Genesee, New York, 12 Apr 1930, 116/120
Baker, Clarence
Hunn, Frederick, brother in law, male, white, 40, married @ 27, MI, MI, OH
, Cora, sister in law, female, white, 29, married @ 17, MI, Mi, Mi
, Edith, niece, female, white, 11, single, MI, MI, MI
, Frederick, nephew, male, white, 9, single, MI, MI, MI
  • Death: Social Security Death Index:
Fred Hunn
Birth Date: 12 Feb 1890
Death Date: Oct 1967
Social Security Number: 366-12-6481
State Where Number Was Issued: Michigan
Death Residence Zip Code: 48603
Locality: Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan
SAGINAW NEWS, Monday, October 23, 1967 (B10)
Name: Hunn, Fred W.
Spouse's Name: Cora Bixby
Married:10/06/1917 in Escanaba, Michigan
Age: 77
Date of Birth: Wednesday, February 12, 1890
Place of Birth:Vanderbilt, Michigan
Date of Death: Sunday, October 22, 1967
Place of Death: Saginaw, Michigan
Year moved to Saginaw: Saginaw 1920
Military:WWI US ARMY
Cemetery: Roselawn
Funeral Home: Case