Kendra Zarbaugh's life

  • Great Grandmother Opal Zarbaugh's Birth

    Great Grandmother Opal Zarbaugh's Birth
    She died in 1996, living to be over one hundred years old.
  • 1906 San Francisco earthquake

    1906 San Francisco earthquake
    This massive quake led to the formation of the elastic-rebound theory, which helps explain why earthquakes occur and it was also the first large, natural disaster whose damage was recorded by photography. It lasted only 50 to 60 seconds but caused great damage.
  • Sinking of the Titanic

    Sinking of the Titanic
    The "unsinkable" ship Titanic sank on its maiden voyage, losing at least 1,517 lives (some accounts say even more), making it one of the deadliest maritime disasters in history.
  • Sinking of the Lusitania

    Sinking of the Lusitania
    The sinking of the Lusitania enraged Americans and hastened the United States' entrance into World War I.
    After the Germans launched torpedoes, the Lusitania sunk within 18 minutes. Of the 1,959 people on board, 1,198 died. Americans were outraged because 128 U.S. civilians were killed in a war in which they were offici
  • Treaty Of Versailles

    Treaty Of Versailles
    The peace settlement between Germany and the Allied Powers that officially ended World War I. However, the conditions in the treaty were so convicting upon Germany that many believe the Versailles Treaty laid the groundwork for the eventual rise of Nazis in Germany and the eruption of World War II.
  • Stock Market Crash of 1929

    Stock Market Crash of 1929
    The Stock Market Crash of 1929 devastated the economy and was a key factor in beginning the Great Depression. The Stock Market Boom of the twenties ushered in many who scrambled to get into the stock market and prices began to plummet.
  • Grandfather, Don Zarbaugh's Birth

    Grandfather, Don Zarbaugh's Birth
    Grant Hospital, Columbus
  • Grandmother, Wanda Zarbaugh's Birth

    Born in Sinthianna, Kentucky
  • Attack on Pearl Harbor

    Attack on Pearl Harbor
    the Japanese launched a surprise air attack on the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. After just two hours of bombing, more than 2,400 Americans were dead, 21 ships* had either been sunk or damaged, and more than 188 U.S. aircraft destroyed.
  • D-Day

    The United States and the United Kingdom (with help from many other western countries) began the long-awaited attack from the west, the Normandy Invasion (Operation Overlord). On D-Day, the very first day of this massive amphibious invasion, thousands of ships, tanks, planes, and troops crossed the English Channel and landed on the coast of France.
  • Grandmother, Donna's Birth

    Grandmother, Donna's Birth
    Passed on November 28, 2008
  • Hiroshima Bombing

    Hiroshima Bombing
    Being a secret mission, the Enola Gay B-29 bomber plane carried the uranium-235 bomb, a product of $2 billion of research, which had never been tested. Nor had any atomic bomb yet been dropped from a plane.The bomb exploded 1,900 feet above the city and only missed the target, the Aioi Bridge, by approximately 800 feet.
  • First man in space

    First man in space
    On board Vostok 1, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin made history when he became both the first person in the world to enter space and the first person to orbit the Earth.
  • Father, Jeff's, Birth

    Father, Jeff's, Birth
    St. Ann's Hospital
  • Grandma and Grandpa Jack's wedding

    At New Life Apostolic Church in Lancaster, Ohio
  • Mother, Jennifer's, Birth

    Mother, Jennifer's,  Birth
    Grant Hospital
  • Grandfather and grandmother Zarbaugh's Wedding

    Grandfather and grandmother Zarbaugh's Wedding
    They married following the births of their three sons, my father, my uncle Mark, and my uncle Vince.
  • Assination of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Assination of Martin Luther King Jr.
    As he stood on the balcony of his room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN, he was killed by a sniper's bullet.
  • Aunt, Jamie Byrd's Birth

    Grant Hospital
  • World's First Test-Tube Baby

    World's First Test-Tube Baby
    Louise Joy Brown, the world's first successful "test-tube" baby was born in Great Britain.
  • The Jonestown Massacre

    The Jonestown Massacre
    The People's Temple members were forced to drink poisoned punch by leader Jones in their "Utopian" society. The Jonestown Massacre, which had a death toll of 918 people, was the most deadly single non-natural disaster in U.S. history until September 11, 2001. The Jonestown Massacre also remains the only time in history in which a U.S. congressman was killed in the line of duty.
  • 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens

    1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens
    This was the worst volcanic disaster in U.S. history, with a magnitude of 5.1 which struck Washington at 8:32 am.
  • Mother, Jennifer graduates from Reynoldsburg High School

    She graduated with honors, ninth in her class.
  • Sister, Kaitlyn's Birth

    Sister, Kaitlyn's Birth
    Born at Grant Hospital, Columbus.
  • My Birth

    My Birth
    I was born at 6:23p.m. at Grant Hospital
  • Father, Jeff's graduation from Cincinnatii College of Mortuary Science

    He didn't graduate High school. Recieving his G.E.D., he went on to become a funeral director.
  • Moved from Westerville, Ohio to Canal Winchester

    We currently reiside in the same house.
  • Columbine Massacre

    Columbine Massacre
    Colorado, two high-school seniors, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, enacted an all-out assault on Columbine High School during the middle of the school day. With guns, knives, and a multitude of bombs, the two boys walked the hallways and killed. When the day was done, twelve students, one teacher, and the two murderers were dead.
  • Aunt Jamie Byrd gave birth to Sydney

    Aunt Jamie Byrd gave birth to Sydney
    At Grant Hospital. They both almost lost their lives.
  • 9/11 Terrorist Attack on the Twin Towers

    9/11 Terrorist Attack on the Twin Towers
    On September 11, 2001, 19 militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda hijacked four airliners and carried out suicide attacks against targets in the United States. Two of the planes were flown into the towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, a third plane hit the Pentagon just outside Washington, D.C., and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Over 3,000 people were killed during the attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., including more than