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Train Wreck Near Oaklandon (1903)

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Christopher Apple House

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Western front of the Christopher Apple House
Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AChristopher_Apple_House_front_and_side.jpg

Western front of the Christopher Apple House, located at 11663 Pendleton Pike (U.S. Route 36) in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Built in 1859, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

National Register of Historic Places Inventory -- Nomination form. [ 3.5MB pdf ]

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wikimedia has something

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North on Oaklandon from Nogales
A house and a former church on the western side of the 6400 block of Oaklandon Road in Lawrence, Indiana, United States. This block is part of the Oaklandon Historic District, a historic district that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Mock Cemetary

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Source: http://physics.bgsu.edu/~stoner/gen/mockcem.htm

A list of gravesite occupants for:

MOCK CEMETERY, Lawrence Twsp., Marion Co., IN

Wedding picture of Michael Mock II (1841-1921) and Sarah Jane Cory (1844-1928).Location: North latitude 39 deg. 52.08 min. ; West longitude 85 deg. 58.04 min.. Cemetry is on the west edge of Oaklandon , IN, just north of of Indiana Road 67 (US 36), and just east of Indian Creek Bridge, Lawrence Twp., Marion County on property originally deeded to the community by Christopher Apple, Sr. The following is a transcription of a copy document I have in my Mock genealogy files. I believe the document was originally researched and prepared by Lois Chandler Apple. This cemetery is known as the Mock Cemetery because it was located in the corner of a farm which, in the late 19th Century, was owned by Alexander Mock, my great-great grandfather. (whose wife, Mary Pickle, was the granddaughter of Christopher Apple, sr.). It contains the graves of several Mock descendants of Michael Mock I (son of Thomas Mackh) and families with which they intermarried (Apple, Bolander, Pickel, Cory). Ron Stoner June 30, 1998

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On Charge Of Arson

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OLD MANíS LONELY DEATH.

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PRISON FOR BARN BURNER; WIFE TOLD OF THE CRIME.

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A Thretening Letter

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Oaklandon Arson Case

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Wants to be a Town

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Wants To Be A Town
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