Jacob Stonebraker obituary
Jacob Stonebraker Obituary Jacob Stonebraker, a prominent and prosperous farmer in Grant township, died March 22. He was born May_ 26, 1860 and lived his entire entire life in the vicinity of Decker's Point. In 1884 he was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Replogle. Replogle. To this union there were eleven children; two died in infancy and Mrs. Annie (Stonebraker) Kelly preceded him in death seven years ago. He leaves his widow and these children: John Stonebraker and Mrs. Maude Masters of California; Mrs. Kathryn Gallagher of Nevada; Mrs. Rose McQuown of Hillsdale; Sharp and William Stonebraker of Decker's Point; David Stonebraker of Indiana, and Mrs. Jennie Douglas. One brother, George Stonebraker of Dayton, and two sisters: Mrs. Rose Adams of Marion Center and Mrs. Louis Decker of Glen Campbell, also survive, with a number of grandchildren grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 o"clock in Shiloh Baptist church and interment was made in the church cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Van Wormer of the Dixonville Methodist church, officiated. officiated.