Biographical Sketch of Mrs. Mary Jane Bachtel

Bachtel, Mrs. Mary Jane (See England, Ghigau and Hildebrand) —Mary Jane, daugh­ter of William and Arminda (England) England was born on Honey Creek, Delaware District, Cherokee Nation, December 30, 1848.

Her first husband was James Franklin Williams, born July 30, 1844 and died November 8, 1873.

They were the parents of: Joseph Lowrey Williams, born November 30. 1866; Genevieve Shanahan, born Decem­ber 28, 1868 and Martha Jane Sanders, born April 9, 1871.

Mrs. Williams second hus­band was William Habish, who died October 3, 1883. Their daughter, Louise, born June 23, 1878, married George T. Harrell.

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Mrs. Habish’s third husband, Daniel Bachtel, was horn August 14, 1845 and died March 22, 1897.

They were the parents of: Daniel Lorenzo, born May 28, 1887; Otis, born September 9, 1889 and Elza Bachtel, born March 2, 1891. Daniel Lorenzo Bachtel was a member of Headquarters Co. 332, Quarter Masters Corps having entered service June 27, 1918 was in service overseas from July 26, 1918 to July 18, 1919 as sergeant. Discharged at Camp Pike, July 30, 1919. Elza Bachtel entered service June 27, 1918. Member A. E. F. August 22, 1918 to June 22, 1919. Assigned to Company 165 Depot Brigade July 2, 1918. Appointed Corporal March 14, 1919. Discharged at Camp Pike, July 5, 1919.



Starr, Emmett. History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Warden Company. 1921

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