Grant T. Perry, one of Washtenaw's c:nlicst settlers, died at hls home in Lodi, April 5, aged 83 years, 7 month and 5 dayi. He wa8 bom n Baratoea county, N. Y., Ang. 31, 1804. where he lived until 13 years of age, when he removed witli his parents to Séneca Co., N. Y., where he resided 13 years. In 1825 he was married to Ehza A. Webber, in June, 1829 he removed with his family to Michigan, where he selected as his home 160 acres on Sec. 2, township of Lodi, where he resided until his deuth, it being 59 years. Mrs. Grant Perry died May 5, 18CÍ), they living together 44 years. From this union 11 children were born, of which now seven surv've him: Mrs Samuel Walters, of öt. Johns; J. H. Perry, of Perry ; C. C. Perrv, of Muplc llapids ; Mrs. T. F. Morse, of Lima; Q. G. Perry, St Johns; Mrs. F. Marken, ot Lodi; and Mies Allice E. Perry, who still resides at jome. He had 22 grand ehlklren and 11 great grand children. He was tlien married tigain to Mrs. Harriet Perry, who still survIveR liiin. Ou the 6th of April, Mrs. J. Chatham, 8t. John?, a daiighter of the deceased died, and on Muren öth, Merrltt Perry, of Perry, Shiawa.8ee county, a brotber preceded him. The M. C. R. H. will sell ticket to Detroit on May lst. tor one fare for the round trip, good going only on the 10:30 jlrand Kapids express. The occasion eing tbe opening of the base buil m-iü-oii at Detroit, and the drill of the Orchard L.ake cadets.