John Elmer Engle

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John E. (Margaret3, Sarah2, John1) is the fourth child of Margaret Gordon and John Engle. He was born Aug. 26, 1854, at Tekonsha, Mich. He was married on Thanksgiving day, 1879, to Adaline Katz, at Burlington, Mich. Soon after his marriage he went to Petoskey. Mich., where he resided until the death of his wife, Feb. 11, 1912. At present he is with his daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Pangborn, in Munesing, Mich.

Children

Earl A., b. Nov. 7, 1880.

Charlotte Pearl, b. April 23, 1884.

Cora Bell, b. April 7, 1887.

Horace Chester, b. Aug. 7, 1889.

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Earl A. Engle

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Earl A., (John4, Margaret3, Sarah2, John1) the oldest child of John E. and Adaline Engle, was born Nov. 7, 1880, at Petoskey, Mich. He was married to Rose Norton on Nov. 8, 1902. They reside at Hastings, Mich.

Children

Dorothy, b. ____, d.____.

Richard Rasco, b. ____.

Arthur, b. ____.

Arline Ione, b.____.

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Charlotte Engle Pangborn

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Charlotte Pearl, (John4, Margaret3, Sarah2, John1) oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Engle, was born April 23, 1884, in Petoskey, Mich., where she lived until her marriage, Nov. 20, 1902, with Claude C. Pangborn. They reside at Munesing, Mich.

Children

Wanda Lucille, b. ____.

Marcia, b.____.

Newel, b.____.

Everett, b.____.

Rea Adaline, b.____, d.____.

Maxine, b.____.

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Cora Bell Engle

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Cora Bell, (John4, Margaret3, Sarah2, John1) the younger daughter of John E. and Adaline Engle, was born in Petoskey, Mich., April, 7, 1887. She attended school in Petoskey. She is unmarried and resides with her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Pangborn, in Munesing, Mich.

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Horace Chester Engle

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Horace Chester (John4, Margaret3, Sarah2, John1) is the youngest of the children of John E. and Adaline Engle. His birthplace was Petoskey, Mich., and the date of his birth Aug. 7, 1889. He married Miss Pearl Detwiler.

Child

May, b.____.

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