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Transfer of Findagrave Memorial # 51385242, Dorothy N. Eble, is complete. It is now under your management. God bless you and yours.
I had added a bit in a flower on Marge's entry as she will not enter an obit, then noticed you had added your entry and transferred my bit. I will delete it if you care to add Anton's obit. Thanks, Kay
Anton Eble died at his residence five north west of Maroa on Dunday Feb. 16, at three o'clock p.m., having been ill for a few days. Death was due to pneumonia. So sudden was Mrs. Eble's death that very few of his neighbors and friends knew of his illness. For thirty years Mr. Eble had been a farmer in the vicinity of Maroa. He was a native of Germany having been born at Baden Baden April 26, 1829, being in his 73rd year. In 1851, when a young man of 22, he crossed the Atlantic and went first to St. Louis. He stopped there for a short time and then went to Morgan county, Il. where he engaged in farming. March 22, 1853 he was united in marriage to Mary Ann Dunham of that county.
They continued their residence there until the spring of 1872, when the family moved to a farm of 80 acres three miles and a half northeast of Maroa which Mr. Eble had previously purchased. Here was their home until the spring of 1883, when Mr. Eble sold the frm to the late John Grundy and purchased the farm where the family has since resided.
Mr. Eble was the father of six children. All are living except one son who died in infancy. The others are Mrs. Ellen Goodwin and John Eble, Clarion, Iowa; Miss Eliza, Decatur; Joseph, Maroa; and Mrs. Clara Lyles, Pawnee, Il. Mrs. Eble's death occurred one year and two days prior to her husband's.
Mr. Eble was a citizen of exceptional worth. He took a great interest in political matters and was familiar with the topics of national interest. He was intensely American. Prior to 1896 Mr. Eble affiliated with the Democratic party. He was a great admirer of Stephen A. Douglas. Mr. Eble came to the United States without money or friends, but he went to work and by diligent toil accumulated a competency enabling him to spend his declining years in the enjoyment of a well earned repose. The funeral services were held at the family residence at ten o'clock Tuesday, services being conducted by Rev. D.T. Miles. Interment was in the Maroa cemetery.
Added by kpet on Mar 24, 2013 11:34 AM
|kpet||Fred Moore Eble|
I think Fred is the grandson of Anton, not his son. I found this in a book that was being thrown away.
Bible Records of
Anton Eble of Germany and Mary Ann Dunham of Illinois were married on 22March 1853 at Franklin, Illinois by Esq. Crawley
Witnesses Edward Kendall and Lucretia Kendall
Births: Anton Eble Sr. born April 26, 1829-died Feb 16, 1902
Mary A. Eble born June 15, 1828, died Feb. 14, 1901
Anton Eble Jr. born Mar. 8, 1854, died May 11, 1855
Ellen Eble, born Dec 8, 1855, died June 30, 1934 Kingfisher, Okla.
Eliza Eble, born Jan 24, 1858, died Jan 14, 1923, Sioux City, Ia., buried in Maroa, Il.
John Eble, born May 17, 1859, died Dec. 17, 1920, Fonda, Iowa
Joseph Eble, born April 4, 1861
Clara B. Eble, born Dec. 1, 1870, died March 21, 1935
Ellen married Orlando Goodwin Dec 25, 1870 and farmed.
Children of Ellen and Orlando:
Anton, Clara, Paul and Donald
Eliza never married, taught school.
John Eble married Eleanor Eble Feb 26, 1896 and farmed.
Children of John and Eleanor:
Julia, Lucille and George
Joseph Eble married Minnie Moore Dec 26, 1889 and farmed.
Children of Joseph and Minnie:
FRED and Homer
Clara Belle Eble married Charles S. Lyles Aug 2, 1892. He was a Methodist minister.
Children of Clara and Charles:
Edith, Ralph and Reginald.
Anton Eble and wife Mary Ann Dunham are buried at Maroa, Il.
This certifies that Joseph D. Eble and Minnie Moore were united by me in the Holy Bond of Matrimony at Maroa on the 26th day of December in the year of our Lord 1889.
In presence of B.C. Everett and Anna E. Huber
Signed S.H. Huber.
Added by kpet on Mar 24, 2013 11:17 AM
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Added by Paula on Sep 08, 2011 5:31 AM
|Brad Cachera||Anton Eble|
Hi, I am the Great Great Grandson of Roman Eble who supposedly had a 1/2 brother Anton Eble. Do you know much about Anton's family? Roman immigrated thru New Orleans in 1854 and made his way to St. Clair county and finally settled in Montgomery County and died in 1893 in Nokomis. Any information would be much appreciated. Thanks, Brad