|Alfred Decker (#47110950)|
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Born Feb 18, 1930 Springfield, Illinois to Daniel Webster Decker and Helen Grace Vogel. Graduated 1947 from Marshalltown High School, Marshalltown, Iowa. Graduated 1959 with BSME from The State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Married Nov 20, 1962 at Toledo, Ohio to Patricia Ann Buck. Three daughters and three grandchildren. Brief genealogy: son of Daniel Webster Decker, son of LeRoy Robert Decker and Lillian D. Hisey, son of Oscar Robert Decker and Bianca Lavada Hassler, daughter of Alfred Jacob Hassler and Mary Ann Bozarth, daughter of Asa Shinn Bozarth and Sarah Ann Spencer, son of John Bozarth and Anna H. Reger, son of John Bozarth and Charlotte Jane Ivers, son of John Bozarth and Innocent Borden.|
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|Gary Christopher||Find A Grave Memorial# 38771886|
You mention that Mary Amanda Binkley was the daughter of Daniel Binkley and Catherine Zartman, with brothers Thomas Binkley and James K. Binkley. In researching my great-great grandfather, Thomas Binkley(born 1838), I have only ascertained one sibling, Amelia Ann Binkley, born in 1830. Thomas married Matilda Fisher in 1859; Amelia married Basil M. Clark. After Daniel Binkley died in 1870, Catherine, Thomas and his family, and Amelia and her family all migrated to Illinois in 1873.
I find no census records of Mary Amanda Binkley in 1860 with parents Daniel Binkley and Catherine Zartman, nor any records of James K. Binkley born to Daniel and Catherine. Do you have any source information for the relationship of Mary Amanda and James K. as children of Daniel Binkley and Catherine Zartman?
The Farrar Family and I would like to thank you for all you kindness. Have a Wonderful Day!
Added by Karen on Jun 11, 2014 2:59 PM
|MissKitty||Gravestone photo of Emily Christena Rannells|
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Emily Christena Rannells (39653827)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Wanda Taylor||RE: Zartman Facts & Photo|
Thanks so much! I never heard of the shaving cream. I am very hesitant to do anything to gravestones. I have used a soft brush and tracings, but that's all. Sounds like you've been doing this a long time.
I have a digital copy of the Zartman Family History by Rev. Zartman. But I will also check out the library.
|Wanda Taylor||Zartman Facts & Photo|
I, too, am interested in the source of the facts that you've added to Peter Zartman's memorial. Also, what technology did you use to enhance the tombstone inscription?
Thanks, Wanda Taylor (pemichongan)
|Kelly O'Hanrahan||Photo of the Hohner family / Evansville IN|
Thank you for posting this photo. I am researching this family for other family members. The photo was a treat to find.
|Red||RE: George Hawk|
The date on the census is July 18, 1870. Here is the link to the record: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11815-25575-97?cc=1438024&wc=M9SM-G9T:1101224903
Added by Red on Jul 24, 2013 6:28 AM
The headstone photo has been posted. His stone has his year of birth as 1866.
Added by Red on Jul 23, 2013 9:41 PM
I meant George was born after Lewis was taken prisoner.
Added by Red on Jul 22, 2013 12:25 PM
|Red||RE: George Hawk|
My statement regarding his birth record says "perhaps she had George out of wedlock...don't know."
He does show in the 1870 census as being 4, living with his mother, 2 siblings named Hawk and one sibling named Carnicom (misspelled Carmean on the census). Being 4 in 1870 would put his year of birth as 1865 to 1866 depending on the date of the census. Lewis was taken prisoner in June of 1864 and died while in captivity. If the dates are correct and George was born in July of 1866 his birthday is 23 months after Lewis passed and it would be the longest human gestation on record.
I have requested a photo of the headstone.
Added by Red on Jul 22, 2013 9:20 AM
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