|Birth: ||Oct. 23, 1812|
|Death: ||Sep., 1892|
Jacob was the son of Christopher and Sarah Venable Kanatzar. He married on June 12, 1834 to Sophia Sims in Madison Co, KY. Their children were: William, Nancy Ellen, Sarah J, Randolph, Amelia, Sophia, Mary Elisabeth and John Jacob. He came to Boone County, MO in 1834. He was the first of Christopher's children to come to Missouri. He settled in Bourbon Twp just south of the Riggs Cumberland Church. The farm is on what is now Oak Grove Rd a 300 acre state conservation area. His grave is unmarked.
Jacob Kanatzar was one of the many civilians that helped with the burial of the Union Soldiers at the "Centralia Massacre".
One of those Soldiers was Pvt. Gunby. A descendant of Pvt. Gunby's brother is a friend of mine. Imagine my surprise when I learned this.
Jacob's son John Jacob relinquished all rights to his father's estate in Sept. 1892. Jacob Kanatzar left his entire estate to his grandchildren. Most probate estates were done 90 days after death. If this is not final settlement date, then this would put Jacob's death about June 1892.
Christopher Kanatzar (1775 - 1843)
Sarah Venable Kanatzar (1778 - 1860)
Sophia Sims Kanatzar (1815 - 1877)*
William Kanatzar (1835 - 1857)*
Nancy Ellen Kanatzar Sims (1837 - 1876)*
Randolph Kanatzar (1842 - ____)*
Permelia Kanatzar Shryock (1844 - 1896)*
Sophia Kanatzar Mathis (1845 - 1931)*
John Jacob Kanatzar (1849 - 1917)*
Mary Elizabeth Kanatzar Sims (1850 - 1916)*
William Kanatzar (1804 - 1885)*
Sarah Kanatzar Perkins (1806 - 1870)*
George W Kanatzar (1808 - 1872)*
Margaret Mary Kanatzer Mings (1810 - 1886)*
Jacob Kanatzar (1812 - 1892)
Christopher Kanatzar (1816 - 1882)*
Mount Carmel Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Ronald Kanatzar
Record added: Feb 24, 2010
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