James Fackler & Dora Martin Bible



Marriage record from the family bible of James Fackler and Dora Martin.  They were married 12 September 1921 in Batavia, Ohio.  

Dora was first married to William S. Swails of Pendleton County. 
Birth records from the Fackler-Martin family bible.  Children William Leo Swails, born August 1, 1906; Lester Herbert Swails, born 1 October 1908; Stella Marie Swails, born 30 September 1911; Edna May Swails, born 3 October 1913; Lorena Rose Fackler, born 5 April 1925.

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These bible records were shared by Bill Patterson, grandson of Dora Martin Swails Fackler.


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