This historic town hall sits in Tyrone Township south of Fenton. The historical marker on the front reads:
Tyrone Township was settled in 1834, and Joseph M. Becker was elected as the first township supervisor in 1838. Township meetings were held in the homes of the townsfolk until 1887, when this hall was erected on Hartland Road at a cost of $640. Locally referred to as the town house, it served as a gathering place for township business, elections, and 4H activities until a new hall was constructed in 1967. In 1975, as a bicentennial project, the town house was relocated, restored and rededicated on this site.
The township recently built a new township hall and the historical society is working on moving the historic building to a new site. You can see more on their website HERE
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