(1827-1908) was the fifth child of Gurdon Clark Mather and Eunice Minor. He migrated to Michigan in 1874 and was in the newspaper business and the manufacture of paper in Allegan, Saginaw and Bay City. In 1883 he became proprietor of the Saginaw Daily Times, and founded the Bay City World. Two years later he moved to Detroit, establishing the Wolverine Paper Co. He later engaged in the life insurance business which he stayed with until his death.
Horatio Nelson and Helen Hayward with children Roy Hayward, Gurdon Clark, Timothy, and Charles Frank.
Gurdon Clark (1887-1960) in his later years.
Gurdon Clark standing beside a Graham-Paige auto. The picture was taken in front of the Detroit train depot, a now vacant shell of a once vibrant station.
Amy, Ruth, Joy, and David Mather.
Amy with little brother David
GC and Clara with Amy and Ruth.
Joy's son Norman's wedding
Matthew Noyes Mather (b. 1824), brother of Horatio Nelson