Kreider Family History: Part 5.
Mary Kreider, b. Nor. 4, 1884; m Robert Shaak of 24 Hoffman street; 2 children: Pauline and Mary. —Mre. Aaron 8. Kreider. JACOB KREIDER, afore, m. to Emma Deem, b. July 11. 1862; clerk in store, now employed at Lebanon Valley College; residence, 17 8. Fifth street, Lebanon; United Brethren; 2 children: Emma Kreider, teacher, being a high school. State Normal and college graduate; d. of the "flu." Asaph. Kreider, single; automobile repairsman in Lebanon. REBECCA KREIDER, afore, m. Henry Miller, d. Mar. 17, 1898, aged 63 years; laborer at Avon; Lutheran; 11 children: Aaron Miller, b. Dec. 12, 1870; m. Kate Moore; bricklayer at Cleona; Cleona; United Brethren; 12 children: Michael, Victor, Annie, Bertha, Irene. Nestor, Mildred, Paul, Mary, Lena and 2 deceased. Harvey Miller, b. June 21, 1872; m. Sallie Heisey, dec.; m. secondly Lizzie Waltz; works in shoe factory; residence, 337 Partridge avenue; United Brethren; 3 children by first wife: Sallie, Lee and Theodore. Morris Miller, b. Dec. 5, 1873; m. Anna McMinn; clgarmaker in Avon; United Brethren; 1 child: Eva, m. Harvey Riegel. Jennie Miller, b. Nov. 11, 1876; m. Henry Rlsser, printer; residence. 220 S. Eleventh street; Lutheran; 8 children: Robert, m. Mabel Sholly; Agnes, m. Paul Boughter; James, Franklin, Anna, Marion, dec., Julia, Edward. Katie May Miller, d. aged 3 years. Morris Miller, b. Oct. 11, 1881; m. Emma Donmoyer; bricklayer, 427 Guilford street; no children. Albert Miller, m. Elizabeth Brown: millman, 1145 East Lehman streen; Brethren; 3 children: Leroy, Lloyd, and John. Adam Miller, m. Sadie'Bord; ma- chist, now creameryman; 624 North Second street, Lebanon; Reformed; 1 child: Pauline. Raymond Miller, m. Ruth Behney; millman; residence, Spruce street, Lebanon; United Brethren; 1 child: Brice. Emma Miller, m. Henry Arnold; Doarded at various places: 1 child: Catharine. Edna Miller, m. John Bord, mill- man. 512 Guilford street; 1 child iving: Helen. ELIZABETH KREIDER SHUTTER Elizabeth Kreider, afore, daughter of Joseph the Drover,'m. John Shutter Shutter (Schott) from near Mt. Gretna, b. Feb. 12, 1812; d; May 10, 1895; 'arm laborer near lona; having been n Illinois four years; United Breth- reiy 5 children: AEBECCA SHUTTER, b. May 29, l«54; m. John Wesley Fernsler, b. Oct. 8, 1850; d. Oct. 4, 1913; foreman foreman in the mill in Lebanon; residence, residence, 213 E. Cumberland; United Brethren: 2 children:" Ida Alice Fernsler, m. Henry Baret, Baret, nutmaker. 52 East Cumberland street; 8-children: Roy, Ralph, Paul, Anna, George, Catharine, Olive and John, dec. Elizabeth Ann Fernsler, m. June, 1919, to Roy Kindt, millman, Lebanon. Lebanon. > GEORGE ALFRED SHUTTER, b; Aug. 20, 1857; m. Ida Fox, dec.: millman, 540 Church street; 4 children: children: Sallie Shutter, m. Herbert Holtzman, Holtzman, in Steelton; 2 children. in Hershey. Howard Shutter, at home. Goldie Shutter, at home. FRANKLIN SHUTTER, b. May 7, 1859; m. Emma Beard; laborer in Lancaster county; 3 children: Laura Shutter, m. Wm. Weinhold, with whom the father resides. John Shutter, m. Katie Shutter, m. Irvin Gordon plumber on Hoffman street, Lebanon; children. Israel Shutter; in Lancaster county. JOHN ADAM SHUTTER, b. Apr. 6, 1861; foreman in scrap yard; residence residence 225 Lehman street, Lebanon; m. twice; children: Edith Shutter, dec.'; m. . Emma Shutter, m. . , in Fredericksburg. John Shutter, in Annville. Mary Shutter," at home. Carrie Shutter, being'by the second second wife. JOSEPH P. SHUTTER; b. July 29, 1874; m. Susan Witemoyer; farmer farmerly, now laborer; residence North Eleventh Avenue, Lebanon; United Brethren; 5 children: Harvey Shutter. Edgar Shutter. Ellen Shutter. Joseph Shutter, Jr. Mary Shutter. SARAH KREIDER LEAR Sarah Kreider, daughter of Joseph the Drover, m. Jacob Lear, dec.; she MART KRETOKR 8PAXGLJBB Mary Kreider, daughter of Joseph the Drover, m. William Spangler. of Myerstown. They had children, some of whom we are told reside In Lebanon, but we have been unable to secure the Spangler records. JOSEPH OF LITITZ Joseph Kreider, son of Joseph the Drover, went to Lititr, Lancaster county. He was wheelwright there. Later he moved to Lancaster city, where he conducted a grocery. We have not learned to whom he was married, but are informed that he had 2 children: Ellas and a daughter. JOHN THE CONSTABLE , John B. Kreider, son of Joseph the Drover, was the youngest child of the second wife, being but two days old when his mother-died. He was reared reared by his mother's people, so knows little of his father or of his father's people. Yet some of the information which he gave Is quite valuable. He was married June 10, 1856, to Su> sannah Blouch, b. Oct. 17, 1834; d March 4, 1906. John was in the cavalry in the Civil War, under Captain Captain William Tice of Myerstown. Says John: "He was a good captain. He was ood to me. He was a horse doctor 3e got me a furlough for thirty days He wanted some horse powder from home. When the horses backs gol sore, he rubbed on stuff that healed hem. I was in the battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg. For three days we had nothing o eat. My horse was shot under me. He was shot in the breast. If It would have been higher, it would have got me." John learned cabinet making in Myerstown. "I got $25 a year and bench tools and 12 days in harvest. That's all I got." He followed various various lines of work—carpentering, fencemaking, butchering, etc. He was constable in Lebanon for 28 years, and during all this time was tip-staff in the Court House. He now resides with his daughter, Mrs. Keefer, Keefer, 425 'New street, Lebanon. He has 7 children: John Henry, b. April 1, 1858.* Samuel, b. Nov. 9, 1859.* Ann Mary, b. July 30, 1861.* Rebecca, b. Dec. 26, 1862.* Sarah, b. Aug.-26, 1S64.* Kate, b. Dec. 28, 1866.* Tacie, b. Jan. 18, 1875.* - JOHN HENRY KREIDER, afore, b. in Schaefferstown; m. Emma R. Wagner, of Lebanon; now hostler for Paul Kunst, of Lebanon; residence, 536 Fall avenue; 2 children: Kate Kreider, m. William Shriver, from whom she was divorced, later m. Lewis Northheimer. stone mason, 440 Oak street, Lebanon: 3 children, all by first husband: Violet, with grandmother; Alice, dec.; and Dorothy, Dorothy, adopted by Lloyd Schott, of Lancaster Lancaster county. Esther Kreider, m. Raymond Moyer, Moyer, rougher; resides at Sunnyside; 1 child: Emma. ANN. MARY KREIDER, dec.,afore, m'. Albert Shae.ffer, cigar packer; 5 children living: William Shaeffer, in Lebanon. Virgie Shaeffer, m. Irvin Sattazahn, Sattazahn, dec.; she in Phila. Augustus Shaeffer, at Rutherford. Ralph Shaeffer, at Rutherford. Frantz Shaeffer, at Chester. REBECCA KREIDER, afore, record record misplaced. SARAH KREIDER, afore, m. Samuel Samuel Meiley, typist for the Report; residence, South Eleventh street; 6 children: Helen Helen Meiley, m. Al. Rose, in Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh; no children. Howard Meiley, single. Walter Meiley, single. 3 children d. young. KATE KREIDER, afore, m. Harrison Harrison Reich, nurseryman at Pleasant Hill; 1 child: Anna Reich, m. Harrison Frantz, millman; reside with her parents. TACIE KREIDER, afore, m. Harvey Harvey Keefer, cigarmalqer, 425 New street, Lebanon, with whom her father resides; 3 children: Mabel Keefer, dec., m. Raymond Ulrich; no children. Raymond Keefer, m. Maggie Holder, Holder, of West Myerstown, about to move to Harrisburg; 1 child: Dorothy Dorothy Isabel. . Lester Keefer, single, at home; edge trimmer in Shoe factory. —Records from members of the family. (To be continued next Monday) ONO BAND WILL PLAY AT GRANTVILLE PICNIC ! lived a long time in Palmyra' and later moved to one of her children in clhldren: FANNIE LEAR. m. William Fertig. Fertig. laborer in Lebanon; children: I The Independence Band, of Onset, j will go to Grantville, Dauphin county, county, on Saturday. Aug. 23, to play for a lodge picnic at that place. The picnic will be held in William Deaven' s grove, about one fourth ol a mile north of Grantville. Ella Fertig. m. Ditzler; residence. Partridge avenue, Lebanon: Lebanon: 2 children: Claire and Herbert. Mary Fertig, m. Violet Fertig, m. Arnold of Campbelltown. Campbelltown. Fred Fertig. m. - _ _ ; works on farm toward Cornwall; 2 children. (huckster in Annville; children. AMOS LEAR, m. LIZZIE LEAR. m. John Donmoner, dec., of the Independent District; 4 children: AYilliam Donmoyer. dec. Harry Donmoyer. m. Laura Donmoyer. m. Mary Donmoyer. m. JOHN LEAR. m. Woman's Club Will Conduct Stand At Fair i Mrs. C. J. Barr. president of the j Womaa's Club, of this city, called a meeting of the club members last evenin gin their rooms in Market 30 o'clock. Owing to Square at the fact that thirty members are out of attendance as usual. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the town there was not as good an millman: residence', Pleasant Hill- 2 I aflvisabilit y of having a stand at the nhnH«n «nn. «al r grounds ne.xt week. The ar- children, sons. \ ELLA LEAR, m. Reedy; no children. MARY LEAR. m. George Newhouser. Newhouser. cigarmaker in Reading: children: children: Clarence Newhouser. m. — . Laura Newhouser, dec. George Newhouser. m. Lenich; Lenich; candymaker in Reading. Lillian Newhouser, single. Edwin Newhouser. single. —Lear Records from "Miss Ida Kreider Kreider of Lebanon- fair grounds ne.xt week. rangements were put in charge of the civic committee who decided to have a table at* the fair. The la-] dies will sell ice frea.m. sandwiches I and soft drinks. Mrs. Gledhill is chairman of the civic committee and all arrangements are rapidly being being completed. Meet your friends at the Lebanon Fair next week. j