Jacob Wynn Franklin Blackketter, 18471917 (aged 70 years)

Name
Jacob Wynn Franklin /Blackketter/
Birth
Marriage
Note: Jacobs last name is transcribed as Blackletter
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a daughter
Note: Bessie was six months old when the census was taken on 11 June 1880
Census
Birth of a daughter
Source: S5075
Birth of a daughter
Source: Find a Grave
Death of a daughter
Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a daughter
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Spring Creek Christian Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 20042522
Birth of a son
Marriage of a daughter
Census
1900 (aged 52 years)
Marriage of a daughter
Source: S5073
Source: S5075
Source: S5671
Census
1910 (aged 62 years)
Death
Source: Indiana Deaths
Source: S5738
Burial
December 4, 1917 (3 days after death)
Source: Find a Grave
Source: S5738
Note: Spring Creek Christian Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 20042523
Family with Nancy Isobelle (Belle) McCaslin
himself
18471917
Birth: August 10, 1847Elizabethtown, Bartholomew, Indiana
Death: December 1, 1917Logansport, Cass, Indiana
wife
18561919
Birth: April 2, 1856 33 29 Indiana
Death: November 14, 1919Logansport, Cass, Indiana
Marriage MarriageMarch 12, 1874Bartholomew, Indiana
15 months
daughter
18751949
Birth: May 26, 1875 27 19 Indiana
Death: after 1949
3 years
daughter
18781949
Birth: January 1, 1878 30 21 Indiana
Death: November 8, 1949
23 months
daughter
1879
Birth: November 1879 32 23 Indiana
Death:
3 years
daughter
18831957
Birth: February 19, 1883 35 26 Bartholomew, Indiana
Death: August 25, 1957South Bend, St Joseph, Indiana
2 years
daughter
18851893
Birth: April 23, 1885 37 29 Indiana
Death: November 2, 1893
11 years
son
18951937
Birth: December 7, 1895 48 39 Indiana
Death: January 6, 1937South Bend, St Joseph, Indiana
Marriage

Jacobs last name is transcribed as Blackletter

Burial

Spring Creek Christian Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 20042523

Shared note

In the 1880 US Federal Census for Columbus, Cass, Indiana, 32-year-old Indiana-born farmer J [Jacob] Blackketter and his 24-year-old Indiana-born wife Nancy I (keeping house) have in their household their Indiana-born daughters, 5-year-old Josie, 2-year-old Linnie and 6-month old Bessie, and Nancys sister L C [Lucy C] Mc Coslin [McCaslin]. Living next door is Nancys brother, 29-year-old Indiana-born farmer J R Mc Coslin [McCaslin], his 26-year-old Indiana-born wife Hattie F and their daughter 4-year-old Indiana-born daughter, Mabel.

In the 1900 US Federal Census for Bethlehem, Cass, Indiana, 52-year-old Indiana-born farmer Jacob W and his 43-year-old Indiana-born wife Isobelle N [Nancy Isobelle McCaslin] Blackketter have been married 26 years and have had six children, but only five are living. Two of the children are living with them, 17-year-old Indiana-born Della and 4-year-old Adam W. Della has attended school six months of the past year. Jacob, Nancy and Della are literate. Jacob owns the land he farms, but has a mortgage.

Logansport Journal, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, May 20, 1902, Page 5, Column 2
LOCAL NEWS
...
-Mrs. J. F. Robinson will go Wed-
nesday to make a two weeks' visit
with Jacob Blackketter, north of the
city.
...
Mrs Robinson is Jacob and Nancy Isobelle [McCaslin] Blackketter's oldest daughter.

In the 1910 US Federal Census for Bethlehem, Cass, Indiana, 62-year-old Indiana-born farmer Jacob W and his 54-year-old Indiana-born wife Nancy [McCaslin] Blackketter have been married 36 years and have had six children, but only five are living. The only child living with them is their 14-year-old son Adam, who is recorded as a farm laborer on the home farm. Jacob owns the land he farms, but has a mortgage.

Logansport Journal Tribune, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, September 21, 1915, page 9, Column 1
CLOSING OUT SALE
I will offer at publick auction on my farm, 2 miles west of Twelve
Mile on
Monday, Sept. 27th, 1915
The folloing described property, to-wit:
3 Horses-One iron gray horse, 8 years old, weight 1400 pounds,
work anywhere, tried and true; 1 gray mare, smooth mouth, works
anywhere; five-year-old brown horse, good driver, lady broke; 1 span
of good old mules.
10 Cattle-Six head of milk cows, all giving good flow of milk and
all bred lately. These cows are all extra good ones of my own raising.
Some pure bred Jerseys and the others are mixed and grades. Four
head yearly Jersey heifers.
16 Hog-One tried sow, O. I. C., with 7 pigs old enough to wear;
1 small spotted sow with pigs by side; 3 head of shoats, O. I. C., will
weigh 75 pounds each.
Implements- McCormick binder, complete, good as new; riding
cultivator; J. I. C. waling cultivator; spring tooth harrow; corn drill,
single row; spike tooth harrow; farm wagon; breaking plow; pair bob
sleds' rubber tired buggy' Columbus wagon, almost new; set extra
heavy double brass mounted work harness; tubular of[?]cam separator,
good as new; a few tons of extra good wheat and oats straw, baled,
good and dry.
Three dozen Legorn hens, one year old
Sale starts at 12 o'clock sharp, rain or shine.
Terms-A cred of 90 days will be given on all items over $10;
under that cash in hand. Nothing but good bankable paper accepted.
No property to be removed from premises until terms are complied
with.
Dinner served at 11 o'clock by Bethlehem Methodist Ladies' Aid
Society
JACOB BLACKKETTER
Herman Helms, Auctioneer Willard Ault, Clerk

Jacob Wynn Franklin Blackketter, born 10 Aug 1847, died 1 Dec 1917 and was buried in Spring Creek Christian Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 20042523).

Logansport Pharos-Reporter, Monday, December 3, 1917
Page 3, Column 3
LATE DEATHS

Jacob W. F. Blacketter, an old and
well known citizen of Logansport, died
Saturday evening at 7:25 at his home
1318 Clifton avenue [sic], aged seventy
years. He is survived by his wife,
four daughters and one son: Mrs Josie
Robinson, Logansport; Mrs Lynie [sic]
Smith, Spring Creek; Mrs. Bessie Co-
ver, Gary; Mrs. Della Kinnemann,
Twelvemile and Mr. Wynn Blacketter,
Logansport. The funeral will be held
tomorrow morning at 10:30 from the
residence conducted by Rev. E. L.
Dakin of the Baptist Temple. Inter-
ment will be made in Spring Creek
cemetery [sic].