A post office named “Redan” opened in the northeastern part of Saginaw County on May 15, 1872 and was closed February 6, 1874. The office was reestablished as Shattuckville on March 6, 1877 and operated until November 20, 1878. The settlement was named for mill owner Samuel N. Shattuck, who also served as the first and only postmaster. In 1884, Shattuckville had a population of 68, an increase from 46 reported in the 1880 U.S. Census. I could not find a reference that gives an exact location, but I know the area near M47 and Shattuck Road is known as Shattuckville.
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