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Milo Harold Decker
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Birth: Sep. 7, 1909
Douglas County
Missouri, USA
Death: Jul. 31, 1911
Douglas County
Missouri, USA

Milo Harold Decker was the infant son of Zachariah Erastus Decker and Mae Elizabeth Allen Decker. He is buried in an unmarked grave near the unmarked grave of his older brother, George "Georgie" Decker. He was the younger brother of Zora Edna Decker Allen Reynolds Heckart, and the older brother of Anna Hilda Decker Engleman Sumerwell and Kenneth DeWayne Decker.

From the Douglas County Herald, Douglas County, Missouri, of August 10, 1911:

One of the saddest accidents that ever happened in our neighborhood occurred Saturday, July 29th when Milo Decker, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. E. Decker fell into a pan of boiling water and was scalded so severely that death resulted on Sunday evening. The little boy was about 20 months old. This accident is doubly sad as the parents lost their oldest son just 10 months ago. The funeral was conducted by Rev. T. D. Williams of Beaver. The body was laid to rest in Dogwood Cemetery. 
Family links: 
  Zachariah Erastus Decker (1883 - 1961)
  Mae Elizabeth Allen Decker (1886 - 1976)
  Zora Edna Decker Allen Reynolds Heckart (1905 - 1984)*
  George Earl Decker (1907 - 1910)*
  Milo Harold Decker (1909 - 1911)
  Anna Hilda Decker Engleman Sumerwell (1911 - 1992)*
  Kenneth DeWayne Decker (1916 - 1994)*
*Calculated relationship
Dogwood Cemetery
Douglas County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Geoffrey D. Decker
Record added: Oct 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22557519
Milo Harold Decker
Added by: Geoffrey D. Decker
Milo Harold Decker
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 Added: Jul. 19, 2012
You're not forgotten by your nephew, little fellow. God bless you.
- Geoffrey D. Decker
 Added: Oct. 29, 2007

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