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John Henry Placke

John Henry Placke
b. 18 May 1874, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, to Harmon Henry and Elizabeth Wienker (Turner) Placke
d. 5 August 1928, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio

m/1. 26 August 1894, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana
Agnes Barbara Klett
b. 20 April 1874, Mossingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, to Johann Jakob and Maria Dorothea (Schnait) Klett
d. 11 July 1918, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio

m/2. August 1923
Rose Belle Cassel
b. 4 July 1865, Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana
d. 21 October 1957, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio

Children with Agnes Barbara Klett:
• Walter Harmon (1895-1953) married Gertrude Catherine Lewe
• Mildred Dorothea (1896-1990) married John Joseph Schwartz
• Russell Edward (1897-1970) married Lillian Anita Williams
• Everett Henry (1899-1970) married Edith Elizabeth Durst
• Jeanette Elizabeth (1901-1992) married Arthur Ray Loyd
• Gertrude Katherine (b. 1903) married Joseph Vance Broderick
• Lawrence John (1907-1982) married Margaret Black
• Marie Barbara (1909-1982) married Harry Carl Frye
• Louis Jacob (1910-1984) married Mildred Irena Saylor
• Evelyn (b. 1912) married Harold Alva Kellis

Agnes immigrated to Indiana from Germany in 1883. The family left Indiana for Clark County, Ohio after 1912.

Submitted by:
Barbara Wohlhueter
Bradenton FL

Lewis Glidewell

Lewis Glidewell
b. 1804, Laurens County, South Carolina, to William and Susannah Glidewell
d. 1877, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri

m/1.
Nancy Talbert

m/2. 29 July 1859, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri
Tabitha “Abi” Earles
b. 1829, Kentucky, to Peyton and Sara Ann Earles
d. 17 March 1916, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri

Children with Tabitha Earles:
• George Washington (1861-1933) married (1) Nancy Ann Judd, (2) Hester Belle Potts
• Filander (1863-1947) married Mary Shatto

In 1805 Lewis came to Indiana and lived in Franklin and Shelby counties, Pike Township of Marion County, and Brown Township of Hendricks County before emigrating in 1852.

Lewis was the youngest of ten children. His father was born in 1760 in Halifax, Virginia, and was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. Lewis’ grandfather Robert Glidewell was a soldier in the French-Indian War and owned a tobacco plantation in Halifax County, Virginia, where he was born in 1722. After Abi (Earles) Black was widowed, she brought her six children to northern Missouri where she met and married Lewis Glidewell who was a widower.

Submitted by:
Diane Glidewell Fitzgibbons
Lee’s Summit MO
E-mail: sfitzgibbons@micro.com