Omard was an unincorporated community around the intersection of Peck Road and Isles Road in Flynn Township, Sanilac County, Michigan, at approximately Coordinates: . A schoolhouse was built there in 1869, and on April 25, 1871 a post office was opened, which would operate until March 15, 1904. According to an 1884 history of the county, the "village" basically consisted at that time of the schoolhouse (which also served as a church meeting house) and the post office. In terms of legacy, two entities still bear the name of Omard in the vicinity including a church, Omard United Methodist Church, and a cemetery—named simply Omard Cemetery.
The post office address for that area is now Brown City, MI 48416. The local elevation is approximately 800 feet above sea level.
- Romig, Walter. Michigan Place Names: The History of the Founding and the Naming of More Than Five Thousand Past and Present Michigan Communities Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1973; p. 415"
- Chapman Brothers. Portrait and biographical album of Sanilac county, containing ... biographical sketches of ... citizens ... also ... a complete history of the county, from its earliest settlement to the present time. Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1884; pp. 491-492
- GNIS listing for Omard post office
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