|Birth: ||Jun. 20, 1832|
|Death: ||Jan. 16, 1894|
Born in Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany(Deutschland)
Franz Anton Dinger was a Captain in the Union army during the Civil war, was a judge in Iron County, was a member of IOOF & GAR (Masonic affiliations) which saved his life when taken prisoner during the war. He gave the Masonic sign, which was recognized by one of the Confederate soldiers. He owned 300 acres in Ironton, Missouri, from the north end of Shepherd street to Main street. This became known as "Dinger Hill".
Lived in Missouri, about where Cape Girardeau is now. He was a judge, and helped build the first school.
Married Amelia (Emily) Weise on April 28, 1859
Son Not listed under Wife Amalia.
Hermann Oscar Fremont Dinger
Born Sept.28,1864; Ironton, Iron, Missouri
Died Aug. 3,1943; DeQueen, Sevier, Arkansas
Buried @ Sweet Home Cemetery, Sevier County, Arkansas
Christina Craininger Dinger (1803 - 1888)
Amalia Weise Dinger (1842 - 1915)
Franz Anton Dinger (1832 - 1894)
Anna Margaretha Dinger Rasche (1839 - 1914)*
Created by: Jim Goode & Patsy Pounde...
Record added: Dec 25, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 63300676
Union Army Soldier|
Added: Jul. 14, 2011