Goodwell Township 

Goodwell Township was organized by the Board of Supervisors on January 10, 1882, and formed out of Big Prairie Township. There was never a town, village or city in this township. There was a post office from 1898 until 1905. There was a store and lending library at the Fetterley Farm prior to when it was purchased by Jesse and Lizzie in the early 1900's. There were three schools on Five Mile Road: Reynolds, Fetterley and Smith. There was a second Fettterley school across from the town hall on Cypress. Dudgeon School and Graham Meyers School were on One Mile Road.  The Township Hall was built in 1893. The Goodwell Cemetery is next to the  town hall, on the corner of Three Mile Road and Cypress. the famous Dudgeon and Doc Hodell are  both buried there. Children attending the Fetterley School were let  out to watch the funerals.

2465 N. Cypress Avenue White Cloud, Mi 49349
                    For mail please use 4423 N. Locust Ave.