Oliver E. Thompson (Born September 10, 1838, d. March 28 1910) was a manufacturer of farm machinery. He is the son of Benjamin Thompson, "one of the early settlers of Ypsilanti" (Chapman, p. 1139).

Dusty D is examining O. E. Thompson's death certificate. O. E. Thompson, the onetime owner of what was the sole remaining Civil War barracks in Michigan, died of gangrene of the right leg.

See also

Patents issued

  • 529,219. Root-cutter. Nov 13, 1894
  • 733,769. Kraut-cutter. November 1, 1904.

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