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Peter Decker of Warwick, NY c. 1874

Updated: Feb 2, 2019

The following are articles about Peter Decker. Whether or not they are the same person has yet to be determined. Your comments are welcome.

"Peter Decker, of Warwick, was thrown out of a wagon, and had two ribs broken, the other day, on the farm of C. B. Vandevort." - Port Jervis Evening Gazette 7-9-1874

"Death's Doings. A brother of Aaron Decker of Port Jervis dies at Dingman's Choice, PA. Abram Decker died at Dingman's Choice, Pike county, Pa., suddenly last Friday night of chronic diarrhea, aged nearly 70 years. The funeral took place Sunday forenoon, at 11 o'clock, from the Reformed church at that place, and the burial was at Milford cemetery. Mr. Decker was a brother of Aaron Decker of Port Jervis, and of Peter Decker of Coolbaugh's, Monrose county, Pa. He is survived by a second wife and six children. He was an elder in Reforemed church at Dingmans choice." - Port Jervis Evening Gazette 7-11-1881

"Mrs. Lydia Decker Wilson, of Pacific, Mo., is visiting at the home her relative, Mrs. U. H. Seymour, Matamoras, Pa. Mrs. Wilson arrived last evening and will remain one month visiting with relatives at Matamoras and Mongaup, her girlhood home. She is the daughter of Peter Decker of that place." - Port Jervis Evening Gazette 1-15-1902


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