Kreider Family History: 26 Jun 1919; 3 & 4 colume

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rtrfifji.- WS$KS&fa. Itt/' *;$&??* xshftd 6f,'D»ntel j€f eider trt Falfland, was mimed td.ffi&lijalm fiergner, atot eikeejfth 1 «t /the t^Tater ; Worfee, late>,4«: Mrs, l^daold, Jthe 'motwr of t». J,.L*oDold; caihief 61 tfce Fitst National Baak^Mary 1iad"2 chlldrsft, deceased: « *•*- " ',' -*. ' r ; LlneolJi S'drgnef, 1885; d. Dec. 11, 18!7Si H*ed1%lth grandfather Kreider, dying tfom to- juries received from falling, through a hay hole; hurled in the United Brethren cemeterr in Annvillri! Mary M. Sot-goer/ d. March 4, 1871*; aged 5'years', 11 months and 16 days; bttfied In the United Breth* ren ceirfete'ryin Annvllle., FANNY' (VERONICAV KREIDER, second- daughter of Daniel of Fairland, in.* Rev. John K. Moyer, b. Jan. 12, d. Feb/16, 1887; farmer on t Gravel Hill and later retired in Palmyra. It seems that he was the grandson of John Kreider, m. Anna TroxaJ, and this Rev. John K. must have been the grandson, son of the daughter Mary, m. Martin Moyer, to whom John, Kreider conveyed his Troxel farm of 167 -acres, In Londonderry ( township, on Nov. 25, 1854. See We, shall here insert the record, Just' gathered, of this only child of John Kreider, m. Anna Troxel. MARY KREIDER. MOYRR Mary Kreider, the only child of Jqti'n and Anna Trbxel Kreider, m. Martin Moypr. He was a farmer and likely. lived on what had once been a Troxel farm, the one: bought by Jjer grandfather Mlch.iel Kreider. Their farm residence was about one mile north of Annville, When he retired from farming, he moved on a small property near by, where he ended his days. They wero member's of the United Brethren church, but went with Hoffman when he withdrew because of buying the -school at Annvlllo. They had 12 children: ELIZABETH MOYER, m. Abraham Herr, farmer near Jonestown ; was blinded by a blast in his quarry, and lived in.blindncs many years; 14 children. REV. JOHN K. MOYER, m. Fanny Kreider, daughter of Daniel of Fairland; farmer on the south slope of Gravel Hill, midway between Ann- villle and Palmyra'; minister of the United Christians, being rated In his day as one of their ablest; 6 children: : i Adam Moyer, m. Sarah Kreider, daughter of Rev. Jacob. See The News of June 9. 'Aaron Moyer, b. Auk. 23, 1R54; d. Dec. 4, 1881; single, never strong after injury from falling from a building. Mary A. Moyer, b. Aug. 5, 1858; d. Nov. 25, 1S78. Elizabeth Moyer, m. Henry Pachman, farmer near Fontana on the farm now occupied by Rev. Sellers; later retired in Annville; 2 children: Jennie, m. Harry Bowman, farmer near Campbelltown, and Harry, single, was in the U, S. servjce. Sallle Moyer, dec., m. Reuben Bachman, farmer who afterward m. Ella Kreider, daughter of .Joseph of Fairland, where they now live retired. (See The News of June 9.); Sallle Moyer had 1 child: Sallie, m. Simon Bucher, son of Elder Allen, farmer west of Fontan'a, Daniel Moyer, dec;, m. Miller, of Palmyra; grocer in Reading; children. LEAH MOYER, m. Abraham Shonk, farmer near the Moyer homestead; United Brethren; children: Henry Shenk, went to Michigan. Lizzie Shenk, m. Dr. Blouch, of Elizabethtown. Mnry Shenk', .-m. Samuel Black, of Harrisburg. Adnm Shenk, resides in Lebanon. Samuel Shenk, deceased, lived in Annville. Ella Shenk, deceased, m. Mr, Kinports, of Annviille. HENRY MOYER, m. Mary Behm; farmer, east of the homestead; she, United Brethren; 4 children: Ella Moyer, m. Addison Hoffer, deacon of the Brethren in Harrisburg; 2 children: Cyrus and Anna Cyrus, Moyer, farmer north of Campbelltown, now retired in Palmyra; 4 children, sons. Caroline Moyer, m. David Heagy, woe Long records in The Report, Daniel Moyer, m. Geib; farmer at different places, now're- tired in Cleona; 6 children. ! MARY MOYER, deceased, single, ; lived with sister Franey. ; LYDIA MOYER, m. George Hoffer, ; farmer east of Fontana; children: Anna Mary Hotter, mi Ellas Bom^ ;berger of Cleona. Minerva Hoffer, m. Dr. Joseph Beckley of Lebanon. Penrpse Hoffer, m. Elizabeth Kreider, daughter of Joseph of Fairland. See The News of June 9. Lizzie Hoffer, in. George Snavely, farmer, now in Cleona. Ella Hoffer, single, in Philadelphia, ANNA MOYER, dec., m. Henry Behm, dec., farmer southwest of Annville, later retired in Aunville; United Brethren; 4 children: Cyrus Behm, dec., resided in Denver, Colo. Adam BeHni, cleric in "store' in Reading. Ll?Ele Benin, m. Elmer Henry, banker in AnnvilUs; a eUUttreu: Martin &u,4 Loujaa: ' - '• " > » Jtfm«fi1Mi "Noa-th viite towiiBhiflf latef 1 retired In Ann!> Wnlted Christian i no, children. 1W3YB3II.T m. Elliabeth •. the homestead; &o^ istited in Annville; 1 child:. , , in. Alice Winters; wdfkfi Mfhoe factory in Anhvllle. .,SAt»Lfl MOYER,'dec., m. David Smith; dfy goods ^ merchant in Potts{ .1 chlldt *l/illie "Smith, m. Dr. Kramer, of JPttttfiville. BOTTI/BD SOFT DRINKS LEAH KREIDER, afore, the third child and daughter of Daniel of Fairland, te. David Kreider, Jr., see The News of June 16. It'was there stated that-Lean had no children that lived, but. they had everal tjiat died: Aarn Kreider, b. Feb. 19, 1857;. d. Jutte 17, 1857. Sarah Kreider, b. and d. Mar. 18, 1858. Rebecca Kreider, b. and d. Nov. 24, 186(h Edwin Kreider, b. and d. Mar. 4, 1862. ' • Clara Eva Kreider, d. Sept. 23, 1863, aged 1 month and 8 days. They are' ail buried along with their mother in the United Brethren cemetery at Annville. i REV. JOHN F. KREIDER, afore, m. Nov. 8, 1863, to Maria (Mary) Kreider, oldest daughter and child of Henry the Aged. (See The News of June 12; farmer immediately east of Campbelltown, where his son Eld. Henry now resides. Elder Henry has a chain of titles to this land. The land to the north, 233 acres, was surveyed by John Purly for Leonard Lolnlnger (Deinlriger) Nov. 20, 1772, Derry township, Lancaster county. Doubtle s a warrant of Oct. 7, 1761, had been granted for it. Our notes would indicate that at this time it was surrounded by lands of Thomas and Robert McCallon, George Henry (likely the ancestor of the Judge), John Balm .and Conrad Rice. The present Kreider farm was coneyed by one Jacob Swar March 30, 1818, to Chrlstiain Shelter, who on March 30, 1830, conveyed it to Michael Baum, who conveyed It to John Wolfers- herger, who Jan. 23, 1839, to Peter Shutz, who Oct. 25, 1852, to Henry Coble, who April 24, 1854-, to John Baccastow, who August 15, 1855 to Michael Kreider, from whom Rev. John F. Kreider doubtless bought'it. This Kreider farm was originally patented to one Jane Sloan, In trust, for herself and children, March 19, 1764, The present barn on the farm was 1)11111 in 1813. Rev. -John Funk Kreider was a. minister of the Brethren in Christ. He. had 8 children: Emma Kreider, b. May 14, 1862; d,_ March 8 ; 1903; m. Rev. John Curry, dec.; miller at Swatara Station, minister of the United Christians'; 8 children: Rev. Irvin Curry, m. Mary O'Neil, farmer at Swatara;"preacher of United Christians; 6 children: Leah, Samuel, Paul, Ammon. Grace and Ruth. A mm on. Curry, dec., m. Mary Landis, since m. Edward Stoner; miller; 1 child: Landis, Amos Curry, m. Annie Stauffer, merchant.In Palmyra; Brethren; 3 children: Stauffer and the names of the; other two we have failed to secure. John Curry, m. Edith Shenk; miller; having change of his father's warehouse at Swatara Station; .1 child. . . Mary Curry, m. George Dubler, farmer near Galnsburg; United Christian; 5 children: Martha, John, Sarah, names of other two not learned. . Conrad K. Curry, m. Edna Hocker; was in camp, but returned, storekeeper at, Swatara Station; 1 child: Conrad Kreider, Jr. Susan Curry, single. Sarah Curry, single. Susan Kreider, b. Sept. 6, 1863; m. Joseph Bowman, d.\ Mar. 13, 1888; farmer south of Campbelltown, she now In C.;, she, .Brethren In Christ; supplied records for her father's family; 2 children: Joseph Bowman, Jr., m. Catharine Bowman; works at Hershey, but resides in Campbelltown; no children; she Reformed. Jacob Bowman, m. Elizabeth Stevenson; teacher at Avondale; now inspector•• of vocal'schools of Penna.; residence Camp Hill, above "Harrisburg; Baptist; 1 child: Joseph Edward. . Alfred Kreider, b. April 22, 1S65; d. Sept. 14, 1865. KlizaltnCh Kreider, b. June 2, 1867; m. Merino Light, farmer at Syner, but now in Palmyra; she, Brethren in Christ; 10 children: Cora Light, m. John Herr, farmer along the trolley line from Hershey to Elizabethtown; Brethren in Christ; 3 children: Denver, Sarah, and Anna. Katie Light, m. Ponrose Hostetter, farmer at Bellgrove; she, Brethren in Christ; he, United Brethren; 6 children: Allen,' Cora, Lloyd, Luke, Mark and Ruth. See The Report of May 6, 1919 on The M>ng Family, v. Sallie Light, m. Harry Walborn, farmer at Syner on the Light homestead; 4 children; Arthur, other aanies not secured. Mary Light, m,. Albert Hostetter, farnaer in Hanover; 1 child. Harry Light, m t Rebecca Shenk; farmer but u"ow in Palmyra; I cMldr Mildred.

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  1. Lebanon Semi-Weekly News,
  2. 26 Jun 1919, Thu,
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