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Benjamin Franklin Askren
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Birth: Jun. 17, 1838
Marion County
Indiana, USA
Death: Dec. 2, 1903

Benjamin Franklin Askren was the son of Thomas A. Askren and Mary Demoret Askren. He was married on January 29, 1867 to Mary L. Kuhn in Marion County, Indiana. Benjamin and Mary Askren had two children, Mary Laura (Askren) Cotton and a child who died at only five months of age.

Benjamin married Martha Jane Perry on January 15, 1874 in Marion County, Indiana. Benjamin and Martha Askren had six children, John Thomas Askren, Samuel Calvin Askren, Anna Bessie (Askren) McConnell, Charles Garfield Askren, William Edwin Askren, and Benjamin Harrison Askren
 
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 Parents:
  Thomas A. Askren (1792 - 1864)
  Mary Demoret Askren (1800 - 1881)
 
 Spouses:
  Mary L. Kuhn Askren (1840 - 1871)
  Martha Jane Perry Askren (1844 - 1928)
 
 Children:
  Mary Laura Askren Cotton (1871 - 1961)*
  John Thomas Askren (1875 - 1955)*
  Charles Garfield Askren (1881 - 1965)*
  Benjamin Harrison Askren (1887 - 1956)*
 
 Siblings:
  William Demoret Askren (1821 - 1890)*
  Sarah Jane Askren McVey (1825 - 1850)*
  George Washington Askren (1830 - 1900)*
  Caroline Askren McVey (1833 - 1881)*
  Eliza Jane Askren McVey (1837 - 1920)*
  Benjamin Franklin Askren (1838 - 1903)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Anderson Cemetery
Warren Park
Marion County
Indiana, USA
 
Created by: Rick McVey
Record added: Sep 05, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11687682
Benjamin Franklin Askren
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Benjamin Franklin Askren
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Benjamin Franklin Askren
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CIVIL WAR VETERAN -thank you for your service and sacrifices. This veteran was wounded in a battle in Georgia during the Civil War and survived to live a full life in Indianapolis, Indiana. REST IN PEACE
- Tom "Homer" W.
 Added: Nov. 20, 2013
 
 
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