I'm also sending this to you in an email, but posting it here so that someone else knows what information is being provided -- saving the possiblilty of a duplication of effort.
The Cemetery Transcriptions that I have are printed by the Elsie (MI) Historical Society, most were taken around 1997.
Riverside Cemetery (just outside of Elsie MI)
Squires, Billy Wells b 08 Aug 1921, d. 01 Nov 1921; Parents were Harry E. & Leigh (Williams) Squires
Duplain Cemetery (Colony Road, Duplain Twp.)
Squires, Mary Jane b. 24 May 1858, d. 05 nov. 1949; Parents William & Mary Pizzell Squires, Wells b. 1854 d. 1941(these were jusband & wife according to the notation)
Maple Grove Cemetery (located in Ovid, MI)(This is a very large cemetery)
SQUIRES (these are all the names / info listed as of about 1997 -- the time the readings were taken)
Annie E. no b. date. d. 1871 Avery B. 1889 - Jul 1962 (spouse Bertha Bensinger) Avery D. Jr. 04 Jan 1918 - 21 Aug 1992 (Parents Avery & Bertha) Spouse Onalee Hemenway Bertha 1891 - April 1967 Charles Owen 1884 - Jan 1950 Eliza A. 1830 - 1893 (spouse Uri Squires) Frisbie 4 May 1864 - 21 Jan 1899 Hazel B. 1883 - Feb 1971 Juba R.10 Mar 1856 - 30 Sept 1907 Morris L. 1880 - Nov 1952 Nellie 1879 - Feb 1968 Nina B 1881 - Jan 1948 Ruby M.09 May 1883 - 18 Apr 1945 Ruey no b. date - Oct 1946 Sidney 1852 - Jul 1928
There are also a couple of "Squire" and "Squier" surnames listed in this book.
North Star Cemetery; Elba Twp. Gratiot County (just across from Clinton County border)
Floyd L. 1924 - 1926 Frederick V.1922 - Feb. 1983 George A.1894 - Apr 1983 Leona E.1923 - no date of d. -- most likely a stone there but she was still alive in 1997 (wife of Frederick)
Nellie M. 1895 - Mar 1985 (spouse John) Richard Duane 1928 - Feb 1929 (spouse Ann)
Although these are the only names that I show in the books that I have, there could very well be more.Also, most of my books are of the Clinton County area, although you can see that there were some in Gratiot County.
I also have access to the Census online at Ancestry.com.I think it would be well worth your while to research all Census records available, because by 1930 there are too many Squires names in Michigan in the surrounding counties to mention here.When researching the census records, know that the 1890 US Census was destroyed by a fire, and the charred remains (but only a few salvaged records) were then destroyed by the US Govt. in the 1920's.
The Squires surname does not appear in Clinton County in the 1870 Census but then does in the 1880 Census.The 1880 Census is free at Ancestry.com:
Albert SQUIRESDe Witt, Clinton, MI <1867> CanadaStepson David SQUIRESDe Witt, Clinton, MI <1872> CanadaStepson Ellen J. SQUIRESDe Witt, Clinton, MI <1875> CanadaStepdaughter Stephen SQUIRESDe Witt, Clinton, MI <1865> CanadaSomething other than a direct relationship William SQUIRESDe Witt, Clinton, MI <1869> CanadaStepson Mary SQUIRES Wells SQUIRES Duplain, Clinton, MI <1858> CanadaWife Wells SQUIRES Mary SQUIRES Duplain, Clinton, MI <1855> MichiganSelf Alfred I. SQUIRES Seba SQUIRES, Angeline SQUIRES Ovid, Clinton, MI <1866> New YorkSon Angeline SQUIRES Seba SQUIRES Ovid, Clinton, MI <1840> New YorkWife Seba SQUIRES Angeline SQUIRES Ovid, Clinton, MI <1840> New YorkSelf William F. SQUIRES Seba SQUIRES, Angeline SQUIRES Ovid, Clinton, MI <1871> MichiganSon
They are also abundant in the Calhoun County, Eaton County, Gratiot County and other surrounding areas, so it would be worth a look!
Good luck with your further research, and please let me know if I may be of more help.Our family moved to AZ in the early 1970's to care for my grandmother (dad's mom) among other reasons.I've been back to Michigan several times since then, and more recently in 2000, and in 2004, for cemetery research.Do you remember the day before Thanksgiving in 2004 when the weather was heavy snow?That day, I was in Kalamo at the local cemetery researching our Ripley connection.I was staying in Albion where the Sheldon surname is strong.
There is a Riverside Cemetery in Albion also (see online through USGenWeb.net --> Michigan --> Calhoun County), and I visited the grounds during my visit this past November.This is probably one of the largest cemeteries that I have ever seen.The information copies over from the transcription as follows (dates are b. d. and burial).