Sunday, October 23, 2005

Human Bones Found

The following is from The Ypsilantian of Thursday, June 9,1904.

Forty years ago George Hewitt, a resident of Belleville, walked to Ypsilanti to visit his daughter on Summit street, and started back in the evening. He was never heard from again, seeming to have dropped out of existence. This spring the floods washed away the river bank near the old hotel at Rawsonville, exposing some human bones. Justice A. L. Yeckley found them and investigated futher. The bones were about a foot below the surface and were covered with bottles and tin cans. Part of the bones were washed away, but enough were left to make sure it was a human skeleton. It is thought perhaps this accountes for the body of the missing George Hewitt.


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