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I found William on findagrave.com with all of the information that you are seeking. There is a list with his parents, spouse and family member, click on this link https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/144956915/william-m-dillinger
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Thank you Alice. I have that information, but cannot find THE "Jacob Dillinger" in the obituary. There are so many Jacobs and variations and I haven't found one yet that the actual records match up with William M. as his father. I really appreciate your help!
Found Jacob in another family tree and 1860 census with parents William and Nancy. Shows that he passed away at the age of 16 in Iowa.
Tree also shows parents of William and Nancy
Hi again Cindy,
Have you ever visited Dillengerville, PA....found 2 maybe 3 Jacob Dillenger's buried there.
Found the following at myheritage.com. you will need to join my heritage to fill in the blanks.William M. Dillinger was born on month day 1820, at birth place, Pennsylvania, to Jacob S Dillinger and Jane Dillinger.
Jacob was born on May 27 1798, in Dillingerville, Lehigh, Pennsylvania, USA.William had 5 siblings: John P. Dillinger, Jacob Schriber Dillinger and 3 other siblings.William married Nancy Dillinger (born Foster).
Nancy was born on October 30 1821, in Wayne, Adams, Ohio, USA.
They had 11 children: James S Dillinger, Eliza Jane Orchard (born Dillinger) and 9 other children.William lived in 1856, at address, Iowa.
He lived in 1860, at address, Iowa.William passed away on month day 1896, at age 75 at death place, Iowa.
He was buried at burial place, Iowa.
The Dillengerville one room school
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located the Population Schedules for the 1830 Census, Population Schedules for the 1840 Census, Population Schedules for the 1850 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1860 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1870 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1880 Census, in the Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29) that may contain records of William M. Dillinger with his parents. Some of these schedules have been digitized in part. For access to the non-digitized schedules, please contact the National Archives at Washington, DC - Textual Reference (RDT1) via email at email@example.com.
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