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Homer InglesAge: 78 years18361914

Name
Homer Ingles
Birth January 25, 1836 34 32
Note: Windham, Bradford, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_757; Page: 169; Image: 90.
Marriage statusMartha PeckView this family
MARRIED

Birth of a sisterElizabeth Ingles
about 1838 (Age 23 months)
Note: Windham, Bradford, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_757; Page: 169; Image: 90.
Birth of a brotherGermain Ingles
about 1840 (Age 3 years)
Note: Windham, Bradford, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_757; Page: 169; Image: 90.
Birth of a sisterHannah Ingles
about 1844 (Age 7 years)
Note: Windham, Bradford, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_757; Page: 169; Image: 90.
MarriageMartha PeckView this family
1860 (Age 23 years)
Death of a sonFrank F Ingles
April 30, 1911 (Age 75 years)
Death October 24, 1914 (Age 78 years)

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1830New York
6 years
himself
3 years
younger sister
3 years
younger brother
5 years
younger sister
Family with Martha Peck - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 1860, DuPage, Illinois
son
son

Birth1850 Federal Census
Note: Windham, Bradford, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_757; Page: 169; Image: 90.
Birth
Windham, Bradford, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_757; Page: 169; Image: 90.
Note
Homer W. Ingalls was born in the state of New York, January 25th, 1836. He came with his parents to Du Page County Illinois in the early fifties and in 1867 came to Kankakee County locating at Chebanse where he resided until 1886 when he moved on a farm in Aroma Township just. south of Waldron. Here he remained until 1874, when he moved to Waldron where he has .since continuously lived up to the time of his death. He was married to Martha Peck at Lombard Du Page County in 1860. To this union were born five children; Frank F. now deceased; Mrs. Myron Sterling of Kankakee; Mrs. Lyman Merrick also deceased; Mrs. Miles K. Young of Bloomington. Ill.; and Elwin H. Ingalls of Waldron. His wife and one , brother German S. Ingalls of New Rochelle. New York also survive him. He was a devoted and loving husband and father and kind and generous to all. He has always taken a deep interest in the affairs of this community, holding various offices in the Village and Township and discharging the duties devolving upon him faithfully and well. It was largely thro his efforts that the First M.E. church in Waldron was built and he has since supported it with his time and means. He helped purchase the bell which tolls for him today. His familiar face will be greatly missed by those, among whom he has lived and moved for more than half a century. He passed away Saturday, October 24th, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon surrounded by the loving and faithful wife and devoted children who had done all that human love and kindness could do to alleviate his sufferings and cheer him in his final hours.--Contributed.?(1914)