In 1897, someone decided what was Rounsville's was his also, as reported in an article found in The Fowlerville Review:
~~Bold, Bad Burglar~~During Saturday afternoon, the residence of F.G. Rounsville was broken into and about $75 worth of small articles stolen. The house was ransacked from bottom to top and things generally overhauled. The chisel with which the door was broken open was left laying on the dresser. Cora Cardotte saw a man in the yard as she was passing the house and upon learning of the burglary, gave a description of him which was given to the officers and a diligent search was made among the crowd. One person was arrested upon suspicion but proved not to be the party she saw and no further clue could be obtained.
I have a huge amount of information on F.G. Rounsville (and a picture from one of the yearbooks -- see below) and others in his family, but the name of Cora Cardotte does not ring a bell with me in all of the research I've done so I went looking on one of the genealogy sites -- still no luck. Has anyone heard of her or this family?