Kreider Family History: 16 Jun 1919; colume 3

cellueck Member Photo

Clipped by cellueck

Kreider Family History:  16 Jun 1919; colume 3 - M*r awl ; I eJMM: Mesuy Kr«i«er. m. Marie*...
M*r awl ; I eJMM: Mesuy Kr«i«er. m. Marie* Lowe; grwlMt* of lair department of Yale, attorney 1» Phila., secretary of the Civil ••rviee Commission, serving his secovd tarn; no children. Mary B. JCrelder, n. John D. Steh- auuk. dec., T. M. C. A. secretary In Vermont; she now In her congenial college town of Awrtlle, betng a graduate of Lebanon Valley College, baring specialized In music, both vocal and instrumental, beyond the limits of local training. MARIA (MART) KREIDER, afore, m. Abraham M. Brlghtbill, dec., farmer near Fulton, Missouri, but returned to Pennsylvania, she now in Annville; 10 children: Rolandus Brightbill, farmer near Cando, North Dakota; 6 children: Amy, Grace, Harry, and Noble and Lillian (twins). Samuel Brlghtbill, farmer at Bisbee, N. D.; 4 children: Violet, David, Georgianna, and Merlin, David Brightbill, m. ~; now mayor of Cando, N. D.; 6 children: Lisle, Lois, Lin wood, Robert, John and Dorris. Harry Brlghtbill, farmer at Mohall, N. D., 100 miles northwest of Cando; 6 children: Maurene, Richard, Leeland, Mary, Powell and Maurice. Sallie Brightbill, m. Benjamin Bass, dec., of St. Louis, Mo.; she now resides in Kansas City; 2 children: Dorothy and Benjamin, Jr. Alice Brightbill, ' m. John Edgar Gillman, of Missouri; now a grocer on Main St., Annville; 6 children: Cecil, Lloyd, Luctle, John Edgar, Jr., Loise and David. Ella Brightbill. single at home with her mother In Annville; from them this information. Lizzie Brlghtbill, m. Michael Hoeltgeo, merchant in Duluth, Minn.; 3 children: Maurice, Paul and Francis. Mary Brightbill, a nurse in Phila. Mabel Brightbill, also a nurse in Phila. JOSEPH H. KREIDER, afore, m. Feb. 23, 1864, to Anna Catharine Boiler, dec., of Phila., a leader in church and society; a miller but a well edurated and very intelligent man; bought his father's mill northwest of Annville in 1863, which his wife christened Clear Spring Mills, which he reconstructed in 1868, where he did a large business; had another mill at Penrythe, one of the founders in 1889 of the Millers' Mutual Fire Inshrance Co. of Harrisburg, being its treasurer from the beginning; founder and publisher of The Annville Journal, begun in 1887; helped to organize the Annville Savings Bank and the Annville Water Co., and also the Box Factory, after three years located in Lebanon, of which he is president; United Brethren; 4 children, all graduates of Lebanon Valley College: Gideon Kreider, b. Jan. 6, 1865; m. Annie Brunner. of Campbelltown; formerly a miller and manager of the People's Ice Company of Harrisburg, now co-manager of the Lebanon Kreider Shoe Factory; residence in Annville; 3 children: Gideon, Jr., Paul and Louise. Emma Sarah Kreider, b. Jan. 22, 1868, m. Charles M. Coover, manager of the Lebanon Box Factory; residence, Annville; no children. D. Albert Kreider, b. March 23, 1871, m. Annie Forney, both graduates of Lebanon Valley College in 1892; professor in Yale University, from which institution he had received his Ph.D.; no children. Josephine Kreider, b. March 16, 1873; m. Charles V. Henry, former district attorney of Lebanon county, now the highly esteemed Judge of the Lebanon county courts; very generally called to preside at meetings for the public good; residence, Hathaway Park, Lebanon; United Brethren: 2 children: Vincent, in the United States service, and Mary. ELIZABETH KREIDER, afore, oldest child by the second wife, m. first to Simon Bomberger, farmer in Missouri, near Fulton, in the "Pennsylvania Settlement," where he died; m. secondly to John Carmany, also dec.; 2 children by the first husband: Agnes Bomberger, m. Amos Longenecker, son of Elder Jacob H., of Palmyra; formerly manager of the Elizabethtown Kreider Shoe Factory, now manager of the William Kreider Shoe Factory of Palmyra; deacon of Brethren; no children living. Annie Bomberger, m. Enos Frack- ler, of the Kreider Shoe Factory of Elizabethtown; Church of God; 4 children: Elizabeth, Agnes, Mary and Annie. DANIEL KREIDER, dec., afore, m. Barbara Risser, dec., of Risser's church, Lancaster county: farmer in North Dakota where they and four of their children were murdered July 7, 1893, a murder that shocked the nation; the bodies were brought to Lancaster county for burial: United Brethren; S children: Annie Kreider, m. John Daugherty, farmer on one of the A. S. Kreider farms, on Gravel Hill; 3 children living: Carl, Eva and Paul. MARY KREIDER FUNK Mary Kreider was married to Jacob Funk, a farmer on a part of the old Funk estate, immediately west of the city of Lebanon. The house is now used as a store room by the Lackawanna Company, at its coke plant. Rev. P. C. Croll in taking his historical company out of the west door of Lebanon through Old Cumberland street inexcusably passes by the Funk family to the north. Of course they were only Mennonites in the bygone days. We find that Martin Funk received a j warrant for 200 acres of land in Lebanon township April 9, 1759. but he! is listed as a taxable in 175S. Mar-' tin was overseer of roads in Leba-

Clipped from
  1. Lebanon Semi-Weekly News,
  2. 16 Jun 1919, Mon,
  3. Page 1

cellueck Member Photo
  • Kreider Family History: 16 Jun 1919; colume 3

    cellueck – 15 May 2013

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in