Kreider Family History: 14 Aug 1919; colume 3

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Kreider Family History:  14 Aug 1919; colume 3 - : nconie from his Inheritance, unless be mended...
: nconie from his Inheritance, unless be mended his ways, in which case he was to receive the principal. Mr. John Albert, of Palmyra, aayn he knew that Mn grandfather had a brother. John, that he was never married, and he understood he wa« lather wayward. Mr. Albert, who was born in 1862, never saw his great uncle. It is likely that John died somewhat young. On March 31. 1838. Henry Light and John Light, executors of Henry Light, dec., and Joseph Kreider, as agfnt for Jacob KrHder. dec. (Jacob the (Je)der), transferred 111 acres of laud in East Hanover township to John S. Kreider. This was likely cheap woodland. Joseph Kreider the agent was a first cousin to John Snavely Kreider. We regard the John S. Kreider herewith the John whose inheritance had been withheld. He. must have had money to buy land, so we take it that he mended his ways and received his Inheritance. About all the old Kreiders were farmerB. We are now to meet one who was an educator. (To be continued next Monday)

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  1. Lebanon Semi-Weekly News,
  2. 14 Aug 1919, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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  • Kreider Family History: 14 Aug 1919; colume 3

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