Mar 22, 1869 - Born March 22, 1869, MO Bicknell is the only child of William Stancil and Sarah J. (Keith) Bicknell, both natives of Indiana. The father was reared on a farm near Vincennes, and car- ried on the cultivation of the soil until of late years , when he turned his attention to ...
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Apr 10, 1870 - On April 10, 1870, in a house on the corner of Third and Washington Street, plans were made for organizing a Baptist Church in Bicknell, Indiana. Members held their worship services in the Methodist Church building while plans were made to construct the new church. John Bicknell, founder of the city, donated the ground. Eli Chambers and his sons made the bricks and the lumber was hauled from a farm near Wheatland. Due to a lack of funds, it took seven years to build the ... Show less
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Feb 14, 1874 - Ph. B. Born. February 14, 1874, in Rush County. Indiana. Member Indiana Conference; appointments: Tell City; Bicknell; Scottsburg; Utica; 1912-13, student School of Theology, Boston University; 1913-14, pastor Hartsville, Ind. Married, September 16. 1903, Miss Nellie E. Adams, of Greencastle, Indiana. Show less
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Feb 1875 - 98. Ida M. Payton (Mary Margaret Pendlay , Joshua , John ) was born in Feb 1875 in , , Indiana, United States. She died in Bicknell, , Indiana, United States.
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Aug 14, 1877 - Oris P. Dellinger was born at Bicknell, in Knox County, Indiana, August 14, 1877 . His parents are WA and Alice (Polk) Dellinger, retired residents of Bicknell.
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Apr 13, 1879 - The following Democrats voted for adjournment : Bicknell, of Indiana; Blount, Cooke, and Hammond, oP Georgic; Clymor, of Pennsylvania; Covert, .... other entertainments, a,tt)le Aquarium, its 8 tableau, representing the distinguished characters of history, being hailed witli great . ...
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1880 - Enthusiasm ran high, the result of which was the publishing, in 1880, of a ninety-six page volume, containing order of exercises at the reunion, address of welcome by Hon. Thomas W. Bicknell, of Boston, president of the association, address by Hon. George A. Bicknell, MC of Indiana, reading of original poems, an original hymn, and a brief history of the Bicknell family. Show less
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1880 - Four children were born to the parents of our subject, named in order of birth as follows : \Valter,subject of this sketch; Byrdie, the wife of Charles A. Bainum, cashier of the First National Bank at Bicknell, Indiana ; J. Max is practicing medicine at St.
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1881 - Everyone in the family was born in Indiana. Mr. Bicknell, a day laborer, married his wife in Henry County in 1881. Show more
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Jan 8, 1882 - He was born in Franklin, Ohio, January 8, 1882, a son of James and Sarah E. ( CrawT- ford) Todd, also natives of that state, where they have spent their entire lives. For many years the father was a valued employe of the Western Union Telegraph Company, having had charge of the Mid- dletawn (Ohio) office of that corporation. At the present time he is connected with the P. Lorillard Company at Middletown, Ohio. The mother also survives and their children are two in ... Show less
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