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Jacob Falconbury Sr
(1757-1844)
Charity
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Henry B. Falconbury
(1809-1861)
Mary Armstrong
(Abt 1811-Abt 1890)
Jacob Baker Falconbury
(1829-1860)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Mary Jane Snyder

Jacob Baker Falconbury 2 3

  • Born: 1829
  • Marriage: Mary Jane Snyder on 5 Jun 1851 in Marshall County, Indiana 1
  • Died: 8 Sep 1860, Tyner City, Marshall County, Indiana at age 31 4 5
  • Buried: Tyner City, Marshall County, Indiana
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bullet  Burial Notes:

Interment was in Blissville Cemetery near Tyner, Indiana


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Jacob married Mary Jane Snyder on 5 Jun 1851 in Marshall County, Indiana.1 (Mary Jane Snyder was born on 29 Dec 1832 in Logan County, Ohio,6 died on 2 Apr 1886 in Tyner City, Marshall County, Indiana 7 and was buried in Tyner City, Marshall County, Indiana.)


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Sources


1 Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920 (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original Data: Works Progress Administration. Indiana, 1938-1940), Marshall County, Indiana; Book B1, Page 91.

2 Reynolds, Lyman Foster, Jacob Falconbury 1757-1844 (Self published, Louisville, Kentucky, January 1993), Page 10.

3 United States Federal Census, 1860, [online database] www.ancestry.com, Indiana, Marshall County, Polk Township, Page 6 (June 5).

4 Death Notice, The Republican, (Thursday, Sept. 13, 1860), Page 3, Col 3.
Text of death notice:
DIED- At his residence in Tyner City, Sept 8, 1860, Mr. H. Baker Falconberry, aged nearly 31 years.
Mr Falconberry was an estimable and valuable citizen, having resided in this county since 1846, and died leaving his sorrowing relatives and friends with cheering hopes of happy immortality, which awaits the good and the faithful. His remains were followed to the grave by a large concorse of friends who loved him living and mourned him dead.
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[Death notice found and donated by Karen Everdon].

5 Ibid, Weekly Democrat, (Thursday, Sept 13, 186), Page 3, Col 1. Text of death notice:

DIED- At Tyner City, Sep 8th of bilious fever, J. Baker Falconbury, aged __ years.
Mr. Falconbury was greatly respected by all who knew him. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss.
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[Death notice found and donated by Karen Everdon].

6 Ibid, Weekly Republican (Thursday, April 8, 1886), Page 5.

[notice found and donated by Karen Everdon].

7 Ibid, Weekly Republican (Thursday, April 8, 1886), Page 5.
Text of death notice:

Another old pioneer gone. Mary I. Ranstead dies at Tyner City, Indiana April 2, 1886. She was born in Logan County, Ohio, December 29, 1832, and came to Marshall county, this State, in the spring of 1834, residing here ever since. Deceased was respected by all her knew, a good good neighbor, a kind mother and an earnest christian in every sense of the word. She was converted and joined the U.B. church some 18 or 19 years ago. She leaves two children and a host of friends to mourn her loss."



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[notice found and donated by Karen Everdon].


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