Gearhart - Seitz Family History


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51 In 1801 or 1802 Jacob Funk moved his familly to Ohio. Family F202
52 In the US Army from 23 Jun 1917 to 31 Aug 1950 and retired as a Colonel. HAWLEY, Donald Coe (I70)
53 In the US Army from 31 Jul 1942 to 31 Jul 1962 and retired as a Lt. Colonel.

Interred at Santa Fe National Cemetery - Section X Site 201d. 
HAWLEY, Margery Coe (I71)
54 Joined the Air Force in 1942 and retired on 31 Jul 1970. SEITZ, Edwin Armstrong (I21)
55 Joined the Army on 26 Apr 1944 as a Private and was stationed at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis, IN.

Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law.


VERMILLION, John Pershing (I180)
56 Joined the Marine Corp, Jan 1943 MATTOX, Arthur P. (I788)
57 Joseph and Elizabeth Hendricks lived near Bremen, Ohio. Joseph was ordained to be a minister in 1857 at the Rush Creek Church of the Brethren. In 1867 Joseph moved to Cero Gordo, Illinois and was minister there and did much evangelism work in Illinois. His second marriage was to Mary Metzger Hecknan. Data from "History of the Church of the Brethren of the South District of Ohio by Elder Jesse Garst; 1920. and "History of Southern Illinois Brethren" Joseph: Data from "History of Marion Co., OH". Name may be Hendrix. Joseph was a Church of the Brethern minister.

(information provided by Ken Baker.) 
Family F79
58 Josiah was a preacher, editor, and horticulturist. SEITZ, Dr. Josiah Augustus (I397)
59 Kathy was cremated and her ashes were scattered in Lodi, CA. SEITZ, Kathleen (I25)
60 Killed at the close of the Battle of Cedar Creek when Gen. Sheridan destroyed the army of Jubal Early. GEARHART, George Munroe (I562)
61 Last name could be Breath. From Marriages in Fountain Co, IN BRETZ, John (I307)
62 Lillian was cremated at Lawrence B. Wood Funeral Home in Hampton, VA. HAWLEY, Lillian Stewart (I30)
63 Louis is memorialized, along with 4,600 other American servicemen, in Battery Park's WWII Memorial (New York City). The memorial is dedicated to those servicemen who lost their lives over the Atlantic Ocean while fighting in World War II. SEITZ, Louis Benjamin (I131)
64 Maggie died at her home after a long illness. SEITZ, Margaret Mary (I63)
65 Marion was an only child. Her father was a Methodist minister in Poughkeepsie. She was orphaned at an early age but well-provided for by her father. She was raised by a cousin in Poughkeepsie, attended high school there, and graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, having majored in piano and voice. COE, Mary Frances (I69)
66 Mr. Hanks was a Justice of the Peace in Pawlet from 1809 to 1855. HANKS, Oliver (I43)
67 Nathaniel A volunteered in the 104th Regiment, and was severely wounded in the battle of Gettysburg, has been several terms the efficient County Clerk of this county, as chief or deputy; and George Adelbert, who enlisted in the 130th Regiment or First New York Dragoons, served through the war, was several years a merchant at Dalton, a public lecturer and an efficient Sunday school superintendent. He married Miss Elizabeth Wing, of Mt. Morris. HANKS, Nathaniel (I674)
68 Rachel Davis was Francis Hawley's second wife. Family F36
69 Read Elder Lewis Seitz, Jr's description of Bloom Township in 1825 SEITZ, Elder Lewis Jr. (I269)
70 Rebecca's last name could be Hottel or Ferree. From Marriages in Fountain Co, IN HUDDLE, Rebecca (I302)
71 Roy died at his son Harold's home of a heart condition. VERMILLION, Roy M. (I157)
72 Served in 1777 as a private under Capt. Ward Swift and Col. Benjamin Freeman's Massachusetts regiment. WING, Nathaniel (I574)
73 Served in the Union army as a Private. Enlisted on 11 February 1862 in Company Infantry Regiment Vermont. Died Oct 2, 1862 in New Orleans at age 17. HANKS, George G. (I349)
74 Served on the Union side of the Civil War in Vermont. Enlisted as a Private in Company I, 17th Infantry Regiment on 10 May 1864. Mustered out on 21 July 1865. HANKS, Walter S. (I350)
75 Source: The Truth Newspaper, Elkhart County, IN

April 20, 1929 - Aug. 3, 2008
ELKHART -- Susan M. Feece, 79, of Valley View Health Care Center, formerly of Walkerton, died Sunday (Aug. 3, 2008) in the nursing center.

She was born April 20, 1929, in Walkerton to Grant and Anna (Mechling) Steele. On Sept. 14, 1947, she married Theodore Feece in Walkerton. He preceded her in death.

Mrs. Feece is survived by three sons, Jerry of Arizona, Wayne of Walkerton and Dale of Nappanee; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; one sister, Grace Bollinger of Elkhart; and one brother, George Steele of Fort Wayne.

She was a self-employed florist and member of Koontz Lake Missionary Church.

Friends may call two hours prior to Saturday's noon funeral service at Rannells Funeral Home, Koontz Lake Chapel, with the Rev. Lloyd George officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Walkerton.

Memorials may be given to The Center for Hospice and Palliative Care Inc., 111 Sunnybrook Court, South Bend, IN 46637.
STEELE, Susan Mary (I155)
76 Susan Feece passed away at the Valley View Health Center in Elkhart, Indiana. STEELE, Susan Mary (I155)
77 Was a high school principal and English teacher in Nutley, New Jersey. HAWLEY, Dewey Tanner (I36)
78 Was a pharmacist in both Buffalo, NY, where he was born and raised, and later in Los Angeles, CA. Rider, Henry Seaver (I47)
79 Was a piano teacher for over 40 years. GEARHART, Martha (I24)
80 Was an elementary school teacher. SEITZ, Emerson Milton (I958)
81 Was in the Union army during the Civil War and was badly crippled in battle. HALL, Benjamin Garner (I588)
82 Was killed during the French & Indian War. HANKS, James Jarus (I681)
83 Was on the board of trustees for Eden Township, Sececa County, OH in 1833. SEITZ, Noah (I275)
84 Was wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg on 01 Jul 1863, and was discharged 12 Oct 1864. GEARHART, Nathaniel A. (I372)
85 Wedding took place on the Aaron Seitz Farm. Family F51
86 William and Leola are both buried at Chapelwood Memorial Park - Nash, Bowie, TX. Family F230

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