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This cemetery is located on east side of Parkman Rd.(CR299), north of village of Windham.
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|Veterans Memorial Memorial to all Veterans of all Wars & Military Actions. Flags amd medals representing every war are displayed.|
Decker, John, 1817 - 1913 Section A row 9,stone hidden behind bushes -GAR Marker
The date on his headstone (1822) is not correct. His death certificate states that...
John DECKER b.June 15, 1817, Morrow Co.(was Knox Co.)Ohio, d. Feb.18,1813-Windham, Portage Co., Ohio-buried Windham Cem. His
wife was Lear M. CUTCHALL b.July 1835-Delaware Co(now Morrow Co.) ,Ohio -d.Dec.27,1921-Windham, Portage Co., Ohio. The
couple married Dec 17,1854-in Morrow Co.,
John was the son of Daniel Decker b.1783(NJ) & Mary Ann Yoakam b.1787 (VA). Lear was the daughter of Daniel Cutchall
(Gattschall) b.1789-(PA) & Hannah Dunkelberger b.1798(PA).
John and Lear raised 8 children in Morrow Co., 5 boys, 3girls. Their 2nd child Mary Ann Decker b.1860 is my direct line.
John served in the Civil war,and his GAR Marker can be scene displayed by his headstone. He served in OVI -88th Co.F, Sergeant
He enlisted on Aug 23,1864 and was discharged on July 23,1865.|
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