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Rev Frederick Sprankle Gilhousen
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Birth: Aug. 11, 1834
Sprankle Mills
Jefferson County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Aug. 8, 1905
Alexandria
Clark County
Missouri, USA

Frederick was the son of Benjamin Gilhousen & Mariah Sprankle.

He married Mary E. Duer, 26 Mar 1868, Clark Co., MO.

They had six children: Georgia (Snyder); May (Richardson); Chase Summerfield; Fred Blaine; Helen Troy (Banks) & Lawrence Wade.

Frederick was a Methodist minister. He served during the Civil War in Co. E., 115th IL Infantry. He enlisted as a Private and was a Sergeant when he was discharged.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Benjamin Gilhousen (1811 - 1895)
  Maria Sprankle Gilhousen (1814 - 1899)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary Elizabeth Duer Gilhousen (1851 - 1930)
 
 Children:
  Georgia Aleine Gilhousen Snyder (1869 - 1939)*
  Chase Summerfield Gilhousen (1874 - 1953)*
 
 Siblings:
  Frederick Sprankle Gilhousen (1834 - 1905)
  Luzetta Gilhousen Curts (1837 - 1914)*
  John B. Gilhousen (1839 - 1928)*
  William Henry Gilhousen (1841 - 1932)*
  Henrietta G. Gilhousen Leslie (1846 - 1941)*
  Maria Keturah Gilhousen (1848 - 1924)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Same stone with Mary D.
 
Burial:
Kahoka Cemetery
Kahoka
Clark County
Missouri, USA
 
Maintained by: Margaret Sopp
Originally Created by: Lillie Riney
Record added: Oct 24, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 8026239
Rev Frederick Sprankle Gilhousen
Added by: Russell Kasper
 
Rev Frederick Sprankle Gilhousen
Added by: Alan Scott Chun
 
Rev Frederick Sprankle Gilhousen
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Added by: Nancy Jean {Wolf} Ostrander
 
 
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- wyvern65
 Added: Dec. 21, 2013
Born in Indiana County, Pa., August 11. 1834. He spent his boyhood on the farm, attending the country schools a few brief terms at intervals until his seventeeth year, when he had his first experience as a school teacher. Between farming, lumbering, study...(Read more)
- Russell Kasper
 Added: Nov. 28, 2013

- Lillie Riney
 Added: Dec. 10, 2010
 
 
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