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January 25, 1894 – The Haskell Home for Orphans was dedicated. Financed by Mrs. Carolyn Haskell of Chicago in memory of her husband, Frederick, the home was operated by the Battle Creek Seventh-day Adventist Church. Both Dr. John Harvey and his wife Ella Eaton Kellogg were active in the administration of the home. Located near the present site of the Battle Creek Academy, the Haskell Home was destroyed by fire in 1909.
Sometimes refered to as White-Thom Cemetery
Cemetery is longer there.
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