Bennett, Charles T., M.D., son of Benjamin H. and Rebecca (Mapes) Bennett, was born in Goshen, Orange county, N.Y., March 19, 1842, and came with his parents to Adrian, Mich., when a babe in arms. His early education was obtained in the public schools of Adrian, after which he entered the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, from which he graduated in March, 1872. He began practicing his career in Morenci, Mich., and remained there twenty years. Previous to his college career, Dr. Bennett enlisted in September, 1862 in the 18th Mich. Vols., and returned home to Adrian on receiving his discharge at the close of war in 1865. July 27th, 1871, Dr. Bennett married Lovina A. Rorick of Seneca, Mich., and they have two children: Georgia R. and Bessie B. Seven years ago, Dr. Bennett took up residence in Detroit, where he has since practiced with the exception of the time his business called him to other cities of the State.
Source: Ross, Robert B. 1898. Landmarks of Wayne County and Detroit. Detroit: The Evening News Association.