Kreider Family History: 9 Jun 1919; colume 3

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Kreider Family History:  9 Jun 1919; colume 3 - child, M Mar* was older thad he. The Family...
child, M Mar* was older thad he. The Family «BJble tells us that Jacob WR» born in Dauphin county. Our first thought that his father must for a tlmo. have morcd to our neighboring county to the west. Put In the time of Jacob's birth things were different—instead of us being required to go to Dauphin county, Dauphin county had cofme down to us. Snltz Creek wan in Dauphin county from 1785 to IS12. iVhlle all of Henry's children were born In the same house, the '-hrce oldest were born in Dauphin county end the two youngest. In Lebanon county. Lebanon county was only eight days old when" the daughter Catharine was born. Jacob was married by Preacher Oroh in the town' of Lebanon. Aug. 30, 1832, to Maria Long (Oct. 4, 1813—June 18.-1890). the older daughter of Jonrph Long and his wife Barbara, born Lantz. See. our history of the Long family. Jacob became the owner of the Long homo- stead through his wife and early moved upon It. Doth are buried In the Long cemetery here. Jacob was a member of the Ulvnr Hrethreu, now Tirethren in Christ, likely drawn to this church through his wife's people. Jacob was railed late In life to (lie ministry, wan well informed In the Scriptures, but wnfi put to work loo lute to develop Into a speaker. He had 1.1 children: Klfzaboth. b. Dec.. 7, J8.13; d. Aug. 3. I S3 4. Joseph, h. Dec. 30, 1834; rt. April 5. ID IB.* Henry, h. Oct. .11. 1836.* Jacob, b. Oct. 21, 183(5; d. Sept. 2R V 18,18. M'llllam. h. Sept. 26. 1838.* Daniel, b. Sept. 24, 1840; d Keb. 7, 1841. , Abraham, b. Dec. 18, 1841; May 1 —. 1908.* .lonfti), h: Man. 5, 1844; d. Jan. 0, 1862. Lydla, h. ,V»g. **. 1845; d. Jan. r>, 1RS2. Adnm, b. Dec. 24, 1847; d. Mar —, 18 IS. Cyrus, h. Apr. 2, 184H; d. Dec 27. 1851. John. h. Sept. 27. 1R52; d. Benjamin, h. Apr. Ifi, IS57.* Sarah, b. Nov. Ifi, 18fiO." —From Family Bible in possession of Honry, 913 Chestnut Street, Lebanon. JOSKT'H KRRIDRR, SR., nfnre. m. I^eah Moyer, h. Apr. 18, lx,1' farmer on the homestend, later retired In Falrlnnd; school director; deiiron of Brethren In Christ; 7 c.hllIren: Annie Kreider, b. July, 3, 1850; m. Mlltnn Light, dec., farmer at Bunker Hill; 4 children: Harvey, in. Minnie Books, daughter of Rev. Jacob, farmer on homeptend, Brethren In Christ, 4 children; Alice, single In Lebanon; Kate, m. Kdward Kreldor, son of Henry of Fontana, see father's rocorrt; Joseph, m. Marie Mark, farmer west of Rochorty, Amonda Krolder, b. Sept. 4, 1861; rn. Frank Bachman, farmer near Sporting Hill, recently retired In Annville; Brethren In Christ; 1 child Falrland; United Christian; 5 children: Annie, m. Oscar Bachman, farmer south of Myoratown, 8 chll- Harry, m. Lizzie Brubaker, farmer south of Hunker Hill, children: <l "" e » : Esther, Hotter. Penrose. Paul rt ' Tltl i s ; . An ll n and Robert; Victor and Varna; Sallie, m. Harry Hellers, works In shoo factory In Palmyra, no children; Violet, single, works at Horsbey; Christian, m. Alice Light, farmer on tho homo- sloud ensi of Fontaixa; no children living. Ella Kroldor, b. Sopt. 17, 1866; m. Reuben Bachman, cousin of Frank, stono mason, now retired in Falrland; I child: Homer, d. in ln- tanoy; Brethren In Christ. Kmma Kreider, b, Jan. 8, 1871; d. May 22, 1899; m. Martin Gingrich, farmer at Bunker Hill; Brethren In Christ; no children. Josoph Kreider, Jr., m. first to Annie Weiss by whom he had 4 children: Rosle, Weiss, Howard and Reuben; m. secondly to Mrs. Ida Kreidor, nee Steckbeck, by whom he has 1 child: Mark; farmer on the homestead. HENRY* KRRtDKR, afore, m. Mary Sh«nk, Daughter of Henry; farmer at Sporting Hill and else- where, with John Long in lumber business In Cleona 13 years, In grain, coal and lumber business In Palmyra 18 years; now retired 913 Chestnut street, Lebanon, PH.; has supplied the writer with valuable records and Information; Brethren in Christ; 7 children: Alice Kreider, m. Rev. Morris Spayd, of Prescott, who preached ut Halifax, Grantvllle and other places In the east; 23 years ago graduated from the United Brethren Theological Seminary In Dayton, Ohio, since which time he has been preaching in the Middle West, now In Wichita, Kansas, where he has a large congregation; 1 child: Harry. Lizzie Kreider, d. aged 26 years, single. John Kreider, m. Laura .Rosenberger; employed in shoe factory in Annville; 3 children: Mary Catherine, teacher; Robert Shenk and Henry S., deceased. Monroe Kreider, m. Cora Qunon, dec.; clerk at furnace; residence with 'parents, 913 Chestnut street; 1 child: Marion Cora. Clara Kreider, single, at home. Two children <Jied young. WILLIAM L. KREIDER, m. Catharine' Wilheim, b. Mar. 9, 1846, daughter of David of Palmyra, in which place Wm. settled and became with lila sons put out factors In developing thw place; lu mercantile business with brother Abraham, u'dd- lujf the grain uiij coul business of Martin JSarly; Abraham going to Chluutiu, brother Heury, afore, filtered the business, who with brother Abraham returned utter constituted the tirw. with -William, ho*wer. holding ». half interest and later .bought out the whole concern *ud continued, with bis BOU David as W. L. Kreider W d SOD; eutered^ the shoe

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 09 Jun 1919, Mon,
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