first established in 1834 and was originally named Dibbleville after Clark Dibble, one of the first settlers. It was platted in 1837 as Fentonville by William M. Fenton who would later become lieutenant-governor of Michigan. When the settlement was incorporated as a village in 1863 the name Fenton was used. Fenton possesses the unique quality of remaining close to the things that matter. Generations of families live together in Fenton neighborhoods; the business community is cohesive and supportive. Through the preservation of historic architecture and the natural resources of the many lakes, parks and forests, Fenton retains visible ties to its roots and values. It is a community as close to genuine Americana as they come.
Annette Hibbler | Licensed in the State of Michigan
Updated Feb 28, 2020 5:28:am
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