The History of the Kreider Family: 22 May 1919; colume 6

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The History of the Kreider Family:  22 May 1919; colume 6 - who r«c*i>*d a wtrrturt f«r *0*.acres,...
who r«c*i>*d a wtrrturt f«r *0*.acres, *0*.acres, NOT. 2*. 1753, and for an- other 50 aeret May 12,-17.«7. Bishop Cammerhoff in the winter of 174$ passed through the Lebanon Valley on his way to -the Indian settlement at Shamokin (Sunbury). On the night of January 8th he stopped with . , r , „ u , of the suffer! family). The bishop in his notes pf January 9. says: "Dismounted at- Peter Kucher's in Quittapahilla! (Sweet Home, east of Lebanon), and after loading our horses with 'oats for their use at Shamokin. rode on five miles to Henry Zaunders, where we passed the night." Saunders lived near Sporting Hill, his property joining joining the Long property there, as we have seen. More of Saunder later. The foregoing legal paper makes very clear who were the children of Jacob Kreider the original settler on Snitz Creek. Jacob Kreider, the settler, likely died before May 14. 174r. without the land for which he had a-warrant being surveyed to him. for to his widow was surveyed land on the' foregoing date, and other land was purveyed to her, certainly contiguous land, on June 15. making In^-; all 5S5- acres. She is designated* "Mary Kreiterin alias Kreider." SoT,' C ll C» TV) HCt V>*a\*O Virt«n Tvt i*v-in*4 4 n C?« .. « of' jshe must have been married to Saun-J ders after June 15. 1748. : '•'"• Now we hope you will not be wearied by reading another legal paper. "Know all men" by these Presents that I. Mary Crytnr of Lancaster County and Province of Pennsyl- v'ania for and in consideration jthe Sum of . Two hundred Forty! Pounds Current Money of Sd. Prov- j fince. to me in hand paid, the Re- ceipt whereof I do acknowledge and my Self therewith fully satisfied have bargained Sold and Confirmed land do by these presents bargain, Sell an'd Confirm unto Christian, Cryter, Martin Cryter." Tobias' Cry- i ter and George Cryter of Same. Coun- | ty and province of Pennsylvania all I that Tract or tracts, parcel or parcels.! of Land being and situate in Sd.' | County of Lancaster and Province 1 of Pennsylvania, and Township of Lebanon and on which I.formerly lived granted unto me by the proprietary proprietary Warrant, and adjoining George Slits and John Cryter 'and Henerich Krain (Klein), etc.. Containing Containing in and about Six Hundred Acres together with all and singular the Houses. Edifices, Buildings, or- I chards, gardens. Pastures. Woods, woodland, water, water cour- : - ses. mines, minerals, profits. Corn-

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  1. Lebanon Semi-Weekly News,
  2. 22 May 1919, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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