Carlton Township Hall

Carlton Township Hall

Receiving its name from Carlton Township in western New York, this area was settled in 1836 by Samuel Wickham and George Fuller. The township was formally organized in 1842. This structure, built in 1867, is recognized by the Michigan Township Association as the fourth oldest township hall in the state. A center of political and social activity, it is much the same as it was when it was completed and is still heated with a wood-burning stove.
photo of Carlton Township Hall

Registered Site L0693
Erected 1981

Location: M-43 West of M-66
Carlton Township, Barry County

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Latitude: 42.7261140, Longitude: -85.2518463

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