Person:Nancy Hoback (1)

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Nancy Hoback
b.24 Aug 1848 , , Indiana, USA
m. 29 Sep 1839
  1. Herrick Hoback1841 - 1862
  2. Katherine (Catherine) Dotcas (Dorcas?) Hoback1844 - 1872
  3. Nancy Hoback1848 - 1916
  • HJohn Myers1843 -
  • WNancy Hoback1848 - 1916
m. 5 Sep 1864
Facts and Events
Name Nancy Hoback
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][3] 24 Aug 1848 , , Indiana, USA
Census[6][7] 1850 Nineveh Twp., Johnson, Indiana
Census[8] 1860 Jerome, Howard, Indiana, USA
Marriage 5 Sep 1864 to John Myers
Census[9] 1880 Deer Creek Twp., Miami, Indiana
Census[10][15] 1900 Chester Twp., Wabash, Indiana, USA
Other[11] 1907 North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, USAMoved
Death[4][14] 21 Jan 1916 North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, USA
Burial[5] 28 Jan 1916 Oak Lawn Cemetery
References
  1. 1850 U.S. Census Indiana, Johnson, Nineveh twp, p139
    1850 U.S. Census Indiana, Johnson, Nineveh twp, p139, 21 Oct 1850.
  2. 1900 United States Federal Census Indiana, Wabash, Chester Twp., District 113, p.21 sheet 7B
    1900 United States Federal Census Indiana, Wabash, Chester Twp., District 113, p.21 sheet 7B, enumerated, 14 Jun 1900.
  3. Newspaper
    The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Indiana 1-22-1916 Page 9.
  4. Newspaper
    The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Indiana 1-22-1916 Page 9.
  5. Newspaper
    The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Indiana 1-22-1916 Page 9.
  6. Robert Markley. (http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/)
    1850 US Census - Indiana Johnson Co., Nineveh Twp p. 139 (FHL #442934).
  7. 1850 U.S. Census Indiana, Johnson, Nineveh twp, p139
    1850 U.S. Census Indiana, Johnson, Nineveh twp, p139, 21 Oct 1850.
  8. 1860 U.S. Census Indiana, Howard, Jerome, p669 p151
    1860 U.S. Census Indiana, Howard, Jerome, p669 p151, 18 Jul 1860.
  9. 1880 United States Federal Census Indiana, Miami, Deer Creek, District 127, p.663 p.19
    1880 United States Federal Census Indiana, Miami, Deer Creek, District 127, p.663 p.19, 23 Jun 1880.
  10. 1900 United States Federal Census Indiana, Wabash, Chester Twp., District 113, p.21 sheet 7B
    1900 United States Federal Census Indiana, Wabash, Chester Twp., District 113, p.21 sheet 7B, enumerated, 14 Jun 1900.
  11. Newspaper
    The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Indiana 1-22-1916 Page 9.
  12.   GEDCOM file imported on 15 Sep 2002. Jody Gloor.
  13.   GEDCOM file imported on 4 Oct 2002. merge of jim chapman & jody gloor.
  14. The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Indiana 1-22-1916 Page 9

    NO. MANCHESTER NEWS

    NORTH MANCHESTER, Jan. 21.-Mrs. Nancy Myers died here to-day after an illness of over four years from an attack of cancer. She was born August 24, 1848. being 67 years of age at her death. She was married to John Myers on September 5, 1864, and removed to this city about nine years ago from Howard county. She was the daughter of Rev. William K. Boback, a Methodist minister and recruiting officer of the civil war. She is survived by her husband, nine children-Minnie Douglas, of Los Angeles: Harry K. Myers, of Roann; Martha Lantz, of Kokomo; Arthur Myers, of Loogootee; Marion Myers, of Marion: Jessie Myers, of Los Angeles; Mont and Blanche Myers, of this city, and Florence Schofield, a Methodist missionary in China. Two sisters, Mrs. Mattie Kline, of Los Angeles; Mrs. Alfred Kline, of Oregon, and one brother, John W. Hoback, of Tipton, and sixteen grand-children. The funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the M. E. church in this city, Rev. J. J. Fischer officiating. Interment in Oak Lawn cemetery.
  15. She 10 children 9 living.