JACOB FUNK died in Franklin County, Pennyslvania. He married ELIZABETH SHANK.
Notes for JACOB FUNK:
A Miller by trade - History Of Colorado - Page 662
a successful ranchman living in the vicinity of Eastlake, raised the first crop
in his district and through out the intervening period has been closely identified
with the development of ranching interests in that section.
Children of JACOB FUNK and ELIZABETH SHANK are:
ii. DORTHA AGNES FUNK.
iii. UPTON FUNK.
iv. ANN ELIZABETH FUNK.
v. JACOB FUNK.
vi. DAVID FUNK.
vii. MARTIN FUNK.
viii. SAMUEL FUNK.
ix. NORAH FUNK.
x. JOHN FUNK,
b. June 26, 1845, Funkstown, Franklin County, Pennsylvania; d. July 20, 1920,
Created and maintained by: Kathleen Marie (Funk) Mulligan October-18-1998