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Re: RE: Rev. Nathaniel Ingles/Ingels
Posted by: Gibson Date: July 20, 2001 at 15:28:13
In Reply to: RE: Rev. Nathaniel Ingles/Ingels by Luanne L. Henthorn of 108

Sarah Picken - Married first to Robert Logan Cochran and had one son Andrew Nathaniel Ingles (Cochran). The family story goes that she missed her mother and father so that she took Than and went to Keokuk, Iowa where they were and Than was told that his father left them. Than met his brothers later in life and was reunited with his father, but he was already married and had two daughters so he kept his Ingles name. His daughters were Gladys and Jean Ingles. His wife was Edna Schultz of Iowa the daughter of Christopher Schultz of Germany (by way of Texas and Iowa). Jean was the only one of the daughters to marry - she married August William Hauck of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They had one daughter Marion Gladys Hauck. Marion married Joe F. Gibson, Att. of OKC. They had 4 sons David William, Robert August, Thomas Allen, and John Douglas Gibson. John married Sharon M. Easterbrook Speights-Gibson. They have 3 children Andrew Frederic Wells Gibson, James Michael Elliott Gibson, and Joan Mauderene Easterbrook Gibson. There are pictures of Sarah and of his parents and others. As well as pictures of the home in Keokuk, Iowa and in Indiana.


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