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Henry Hibbs Biographical Information - Certified Copy of the Birth Certificate - June 19, 1892 - Obituary - February 8, 1966 - Father's Obituary - March 17, 1942
Tags: Alice Crawley, Anna Missouri Moody, Ater Funeral Home, Blue Mound IL, Boiling Springs Cemetery, brother, certified copy of birth certificate, Danville Veterans' Hospital, Decatur Herald Newspaper, Decatur IL, Father, father's obituary, February 8 1966, Henry Hibbs, Hibbs Personal Papers, January 5 1928, John Franklin Hibbs, John Hibbs, June 19 1892, March 17 1942, Marie Cowger, mother, Obituary, State of Illinois, William Henry Hibbs, World War I
Tags: 16 grandchildren, 1890, 1961, 3600 S. Franklin St Road, Amanda Marie and Alice June, Anna Missouri Moody, Athena IL, birth certificate, Blue Mound, Boiling Springs Cemetery, brother, daughters, Decatur IL, Dwight, Dwight IL, February 21, Grace, Henry, Henry Hibbs, Henry P. Hibbs, Hibbs Personal Papers, John Franklin Hibbs, Macon County, March 1, Menard County, Methodist Church, Monson Funeral Home, Obituary, R. R. #1, son, veteran, Veterans Hospital, wife, William Henry Hibbs, WW I
Headshots of Lucille Wittke on February 21, 1926.