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Prieckert, John Jacob (*1756 - ) - male
mother:  , Unknown (*1725 - )
Ramsey, John (1895 - ) - male
b. 1895

mother: Fitting, Sydney Savilla (1864 - )
Reel, Adam (*1837 - ) - male
mother: Garberich, Sarah (1806 - )
Reichelderfer, Anna Maria (1784 - ) - female
b. 06 APR 1784 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, Barbara (1780 - ) - female
b. 02 SEP 1780 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, Catherine (1773 - ) - female
b. 07 APR 1773 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, Catherine (1786 - ) - female
b. 23 JAN 1786 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, Christina (~1756 - ) - female
b. ABT 1756 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Frederick (~1715 - r1760)
Reichelderfer, Christine (1776 - ) - female
b. 02 DEC 1776 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, Esther (1808 - ) - female
b. 24 JUN 1808 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, John Jacob (1782 - <1836)
mother:  , Elisabeth (1781 - )
Reichelderfer, Frederick (~1715 - r1760) - male
b. ABT 1715
d. SEP 1759- 1760

father: Reichelderfer, Johan (*1682 - )
mother: (Reichelderfer), Cadarina (*1686 - )
Frederick and his brother Henrich was among the first settlers
of Berks County, Pennsylvania, where they settled about 1740
probably with their father and mother. They lived in or near
Albany also called Allemangel. On page 919 of the Monnet Family
Genealogy, he quoted what Dr. Brennan says about Frederick
Reichelderfer's family in his 'Indian History of Berks County.'
'The following pathetic description of the murder of Frederick
Reichelderfer's family is from the pen of the patriarch
Muhlenburg: In New Hanover (Montgomery County), I had confirmed
two grown daughters of F. R. This man had subsequently bought a
tract of forest land near the Blue Mts. which he cultivated
successfully with much toil and great sacrifice to enable him
to support his family. But fearing the Indians who scouted the
regions, sacking, burning and murdering, he removed his family
back to New Hanover, whilst he journed to and fro to attend his
place. In the month of March, after he and his daughters had
threshed out his wheat, on a Friday morning, they suddenly felt
an uncomfortable presentment of fear. Entering upon their
evening devotions, they joined in singing an old hymn, 'Wer
weiss wie nahe mer mein Ende.' Committing themselves to God
they retired. On the following Saturday morn, as the father
had gone upon the open field to bring in the horses, and on the
eve of starting for home, he was surrounded by Indians. From
sudden fright in view of his great peril, he could neither
utter a cry nor move a limb. As the savages were within twenty
paces, he turned his thoughts to God and was enabled to cry:
'Jesus, I live to Thee! Jesus, I die in Thee!' In the moment of
this exclamation, he felt himself endowed with a superhuman
energy in virtue of which he turned, became swift-footed and
reaches his home; but alas, his hut lay it ashes. The cattle
were bellowing in a sheet of flame, his eldest daughter lying
in a crisp and the younger partly alive, scalped and horribly
mutilated, had barely strength to relate the harrowing
circumstances and to impress a dying kiss upon the distracted
brow of her father bending over her.'
Rupp's History of Berks and Lebanon Counties written in 1844
gives another account.
Mr. Jacob Levan:
Feb. 15, 1756 I cannot omit writing about the dreadful
circumstances of our township, Albany. The Indians came
yesterday morning, about eight o'clock, to Frederick
Reichelderfer's home, as he was feeding his horses and two of
the Indians ran upon him and followed him into the field ten or
twelve perches off; but he escaped and ran towards Jacob
Gerhart's house, with a design to fetch some arms. When he
came near Gerhart's he heard a lamentable cry., 'Lord Jesus!
Lord Jesus!' which made him run back toward his own house; but
before he got quite home, he saw his house and stables in
flames; and heard the cattle bellowing and thereupon ran away
again. Two of his children were shot; one of them was found
dead in the field, the other was found alive, and brought to
the Hakenbrook's house but died three hours afterwards. All
his grain and cattle are burnt up. At Jacob Gerhart's they
have killed one man, two women and six children. Two children
slipped under the bed; one of which was burned; the other
escaped, and ran a mile to get to the people. We desire help,
or we must leave our homes. Yours, Valentine Probst. (Brobst)
In 1928, the Reichelderfer land was owned by Charles Bolick,
Eckville, Berks County, Pa. In 1756, Jacob Levan lived in
Moxatawny, Berks Co., Pa. Valentine Probst lived in Albany Twp.
in the vicinity of Wessnersville.
In 1934, Mr. Greenawalt showed us (Laura Alice Buchanan
Reichelderfer and daughter Mary Werkman) the foundation stones
of the Reichelderfer cabin which had been burned by the
Indians. The foundation of the barn was not so clearly
outlined. The adjoining farm to the Reichelderfers' belonged
to Peter Fries and here was erected one of the first Indian
forts. Monnette states on page 416 that 'it almost follows
without official record that Frederick Reichelderfer was an
Indian fighter and unquestionably served in the Indian Wars,
for he was one of the vigorous, stalwart pioneers.' Orra
Monnette was a member of the Society of Colonial Wars and
qualified under this ancestor.
The will of Frederick Reichelderfer is copied from page 929 of
the Monnet Family Genealogy.
Albany Township, 20th September 1759. I, the subscriber,
Frederick Reichelsdorfer, make in my lingering pain and near
the end of my life my Last Will and Testament as the following:
My brother Henrich Reichelsdorfer and Andreas Hagenbuch living
in Albany Township, after my Death shall take Christian Care of
my Wife Christina and my Children. And my Wife shall remain on
the place so long as she is a widow, and have all right and
authority, over the Land, the Children, and the Cattle and all.
And my son Johann Adam shall before the other children have my
Arms and with them to wit the four other children make an equal
Division of all. That this is my last will and purpose is such
with my own Hand without deceit in great weakness confirmed in
the presence of Witnesses.
Witnesses: Daniel Schumacher Frederick F. R.
Reichelsdorfer Henrich H. Schwenck his
mark
(seal)
This will was probated November 13th, 1759, and is on
file in Berks County, Pennsylvania. The original is written
in German.
Memorandum Nov. 1st, 1760
Henry Neithut, Cordwainer of Albany Twp., lately married
Christina, Widow of the above named Frederick Reichelsdorfer,
who left besides his widow the following children: son John
Adam aged about 19 years, Maria Catherine aged 14 years,
Susannah aged about 11 years, Mary Margaret aged about 7 Years
and Christina aged about 4 years. The said H. Neithut and Wife
with proper sureties, to take Administration on Monday.
There was an inventory of Frederick Reichelsdorfer's estate
Oct. 28, 1760. It is also given in the Monnet History. The 150
acres of 'Sorvaied land' vas valued at 65 pounds. The entire
estate was valued at a little more than 143 pounds.
spouse:
----------child: Reichelderfer, Johan Adam (1741 - 1810)
----------child: Reichelderfer, Maria Catherine (~1746 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Susannah (~1749 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Mary Margaret (~1753 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Christina (~1756 - )
Reichelderfer, Henrich (~1720 - ) - male
b. ABT 1720

father: Reichelderfer, Johan (*1682 - )
mother: (Reichelderfer), Cadarina (*1686 - )
Henrich left a will which was probated in Berks County,
Pennsylvania, August 6, 1800. His will mentions the names of
two sons, Michael and Henry, and 5 daughters whose names where
not mentioned. Henrich and his brother Frederick was among the
first settlers of Berks County, Pennsylvania, where they
settled about 1740 probably with their mother and father. They
lived in or near Albany also called Allemangel.
TITLE: Tax List Berks County 1767, Page 13: Hen.
Reichelsderffer 50 Acres, 2 horses, 2 cattle, 0 sheep, Tax 4.
spouse: (Reichelderfer), Catherine (*1722 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Henry Jr. (*1754 - )
Reichelderfer, Henry Jr. (*1754 - ) - male
father: Reichelderfer, Henrich (~1720 - )
mother: (Reichelderfer), Catherine (*1722 - )
Reichelderfer, Jacob (1835 - 1920) - male
b. 30 JAN 1835
d. 26 FEB 1920

father: Reichelderfer, John D. (1803 - )
He had a gun that was carried by his grandfather in the War of
1812. He attended the first school in Harlan, Indiana. The
pupils sat on slabs spaced off in seats by chalk marks.
spouse:
- m. 30 DEC 1856

Reichelderfer, Johan (*1682 - ) - male
b. in Germany
The Reichelderfers lived in a village, Reichelsdorf which was
near Nuremburg, Germany. Some went to Hamburg, in the
Palatinate and from this place Johan Reicheldorfer
(Reichelderfer) and his wife Cadarina emigrated to the new
world. The Monnet Family Genealogy states there is some
evidence that Johan Reichelderfer was here (America) as early
as 1709. Reichelsdorf means rich village and it's inhabitants
were known as Reicheldorffer, a rich villager. The coat of
arms has 2 unicorns and 2 scrolls. Johan owned 100 acres of
land and paid quit-rents (a fixed rent formerly paid by a
freeholder, whereby he was released from feudal services)
before 1734 in Hanover Township, Philadelphia County,
Pennsylvania. In 1934 Laura Alice Buchanan Reichelderfer, her
daughter Mary Werkman and husband John Werkman visited
Pennsylvania. Mr. E.D. Greenawalt of Albany took them to see
the New Bethel Cemetery, Albany Township, Berks County,
Pennsylvania. The church had a pipe organ which had been used
in an older church on the same site. The oldest grave stone
inscription was in German, but the translation was 'Here lies
Catherine Reichelderfer, was born in 1727 the 24 June and died
the 23 August 1793'. Members of the family had been buried
previously in an older cemetery where the markers no longer
showed the inscriptions. On page 926 of the Monnet Family
Genealogy it states that the Reichelderfers owned a section of
land in the northwestern part of Albany Township, Berks County,
Pennsylvania, which was familiarly known as the Eck, meaning
corner. It looks like a corner and seems to be hemmed in by
the mountains. Years ago it was the center of great activity.
There were two forges and a charcoal furnace in operation in
this section.
spouse: (Reichelderfer), Cadarina (*1686 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Frederick (~1715 - r1760)
----------child: Reichelderfer, Henrich (~1720 - )
Reichelderfer, Johan Adam (1741 - 1810) - male
b. 26 DEC 1741 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania
d. 30 AUG 1810 in Saltcreek Twp., Pickaway Co., Ohio

father: Reichelderfer, Frederick (~1715 - r1760)
Moved to Saltcreek Twp., Pickaway Co., in 1806, which at that
time was part of Ross Co. Their son John, who had married
Christina Spangler, came at the same time. Both families lived
in a log cabin where later a brick house was built by George S.
Hosler, whose wife Tena was a grand daughter of John and
Christina Spangler Reichelderfer. The home is now owned by G.
Hurst Armstrong. John Adam Reichelderfer was a soldier of the
revolution, private, Capt. Ritters Co., III Battalion, Jacob
Morgan Sr. Lieut. He returned for the year 1777-1778. This is
recorded in the Pennsylvania Archives Volume VI (3rd series)
page 284 and page 308. There is a record of the land he
acquired in Ohio in Congress Lands Volume I, in Circleville,
Ohio, Oct 21, 1806. The land was East Section 11, and Section
12. The inventory of his estate is recorded 16 Feb 1811, in
Inventory record Volume I, pages 16-20. The value of the
estate was $820.22.
Merged General Note: In History of Franklin, Pickaway Co. OH
F34X/F834 1978 oversize. p.251 John R. and family and son John
and family came to Salt Creek from Berks Co. Pennsylvania in
1806. The two families moved into a log cabin which stood
where brick residence of George S. Hosler stands. John Jr. and
family shortly afterwards moved to the farm now owned by
Augustus Rose. The two eldest daughters of John Reichelderfer,
Sr. (Catharine and Barbara) were wives respectively of Conrad
Brancher and Jacob Spangler. The former came to Salt Creek with
her husband in 1805, as before mentioned, the latter a year or
two after the rest of the family and settled with her husband
on section 9. Other daughters who were married after they
came: Mary m. Jacob Strous Elizabeth m. William Stumpf Susan m.
Sam Feterolph. Ohio marriages names her Susana and he is
Daniel Jacob m. Rebecca Leonard Fetherolf.

Person Source

spouse:
Reichelderfer, John (1791 - ) - male
b. 15 JUL 1791 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, John D. (1803 - ) - male
b. 01 MAY 1803 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, John Jacob (1782 - <1836)
mother:  , Elisabeth (1781 - )
NOTE: Moved to Allen Co., Indiana. He bought land in Indiana
previous to 1840. A neighbor, Mr. Sells, helped him move in
three wagons. It took ten days. They stopped one day to rest
the horses and his wife Hester baked bread. He had contracted
for a hewed log house to be built but when he returned to
Indiana with his family the house was not completed.
spouse:
- m. 17 APR 1832 in Pickaway Co., Ohio

----------child: Reichelderfer, Jacob (1835 - 1920)
----------child: Reichelderfer, Katy (*1838 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Sarah (*1838 - )
Reichelderfer, John Jacob (1782 - <1836) - male
b. 17 APR 1782 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania
d. BEF 1836 in Berks County, Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
spouse:  , Elisabeth (1781 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Rebecca Margaret (1800 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, John D. (1803 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Sophia (1806 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Esther (1808 - )
Reichelderfer, Katy (*1838 - ) - female
father: Reichelderfer, John D. (1803 - )
spouse:
Reichelderfer, Magdalene (1775 - ) - female
b. 07 FEB 1775 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, Magdalene (1788 - ) - female
b. 30 NOV 1788 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, Margaret (1778 - ) - female
b. 24 MAR 1778 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - )
mother:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
Reichelderfer, Maria Catherine (~1746 - ) - female
b. ABT 1746 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Frederick (~1715 - r1760)
spouse:
Reichelderfer, Mary Margaret (~1753 - ) - female
b. ABT 1753 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Frederick (~1715 - r1760)
Reichelderfer, Michael (~1750 - ) - male
b. ABT 1750

father: Reichelderfer, Henrich (~1720 - )
mother: (Reichelderfer), Catherine (*1722 - )
spouse:  , Susanna (*1751 - )
- m. ABT 1772

----------child: Reichelderfer, Catherine (1773 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Magdalene (1775 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Christine (1776 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Margaret (1778 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Barbara (1780 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, John Jacob (1782 - <1836)
----------child: Reichelderfer, Anna Maria (1784 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Catherine (1786 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, Magdalene (1788 - )
----------child: Reichelderfer, John (1791 - )
Reichelderfer, Rebecca Margaret (1800 - ) - female
b. 17 NOV 1800 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, John Jacob (1782 - <1836)
mother:  , Elisabeth (1781 - )
spouse: Näpp, Phillip Michael (~1810 - )
----------child: Näpp, Lot (1830 - )
----------child: Näpp, Noah (1833 - 1897)
----------child: Näpp, Lucetta (1837 - 1871)
----------child: Näpp, Thomas (1838 - )
----------child: Näpp, Nelson Lord (1841 - 1917)
Reichelderfer, Sarah (*1838 - ) - female
father: Reichelderfer, John D. (1803 - )
spouse:
Reichelderfer, Sophia (1806 - ) - female
b. 06 APR 1806 in Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, John Jacob (1782 - <1836)
mother:  , Elisabeth (1781 - )
Reichelderfer, Susannah (~1749 - ) - female
b. ABT 1749 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania

father: Reichelderfer, Frederick (~1715 - r1760)
Reifschneider, Gertrude (1730 - ) - female
b. 1730

spouse: Bechtel, John Burkhart (1730 - )
- m. in East Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania

----------child: Bechtel, Catherine (1755 - 1826)
----------child: Bechtel, George (*1759 - 1811)
----------child: Bechtel, Phillip (~1760 - )
----------child: Bechtel, Ann Savina (1766 - )
Reinhard, Benjamin (1848 - ) - male
b. 1848 in Pennsylvania

father: Reinhart, ? (*1813 - <1860)
spouse: Hill, Susan Elizabeth (1849 - )
- m. 1865

----------child: Reinhard, Catherine S. (1870 - )
----------child: Reinhard, Harry H. (1871 - )
----------child: Reinhard, Ellen (1874 - )
----------child: Reinhard, Gertrude (1877 - )
----------child: Reinhard, Stella (1879 - )
Reinhard, Catherine S. (1870 - ) - female
b. 1870 in Pennsylvania

father: Reinhard, Benjamin (1848 - )
mother: Hill, Susan Elizabeth (1849 - )
Reinhard, Ellen (1874 - ) - female
b. 1874

father: Reinhard, Benjamin (1848 - )
mother: Hill, Susan Elizabeth (1849 - )
Reinhard, Gertrude (1877 - ) - female
b. 1877 in Pennsylvania

father: Reinhard, Benjamin (1848 - )
mother: Hill, Susan Elizabeth (1849 - )
Reinhard, Harry H. (1871 - ) - male
b. 1871 in Pennsylvania

father: Reinhard, Benjamin (1848 - )
mother: Hill, Susan Elizabeth (1849 - )
Reinhard, Stella (1879 - ) - female
b. NOV 1879 in Pennsylvania

father: Reinhard, Benjamin (1848 - )
mother: Hill, Susan Elizabeth (1849 - )
Reinhart, ? (*1813 - <1860) - male
d. BEF 1860

spouse:
----------child: Reinhart, John (1848 - )
----------child: Reinhard, Benjamin (1848 - )
Reinhart, Emma Jane (1866 - 1934) - female
b. 06 JUL 1866 in Pennsylvania
d. 12 JUN 1934 in Harrisburg

father: Reinhart, John (1848 - )
mother: Hill, Ann Maria (1847 - )
spouse: Fitting, Abraham Lincoln (1866 - 1954)
- m. 1886

----------child: Fitting, Wister Grant (1885 - 1885)
----------child: Fitting, William Paul (1887 - 1909)
----------child: Fitting, Clayton Uriah (1889 - 1970)
----------child: Fitting, Arthur Adam (1893 - 1962)
----------child: Fitting, Raymond Lincoln (1895 - 1952)
----------child: Fitting, Charles Albert (1897 - 1974)
----------child: Fitting, Mary Emma (1899 - 1932)
----------child: Fitting, Ralph Edward McKinley (1901 - 1983)
----------child: Fitting, Elsie Mae (1903 - 1987)
----------child: Fitting, Lomie Rebecca (1905 - 1990)
Reinhart, John (1848 - ) - male
b. 1848 in Pennsylvania

father: Reinhart, ? (*1813 - <1860)
spouse: Hill, Ann Maria (1847 - )
----------child: Reinhart, Emma Jane (1866 - 1934)
Reis, Louisa (1736 - 1827) - female
b. 03 JAN 1736
d. 07 JAN 1827

spouse: Wagner, Jacob (1725 - 1802)
- m. ABT 1755

----------child: Wagner, Regina (1756 - 1816)
Rose, David Lee Jr. (*1914 - ) - male
mother: Collins, Dora Louella (1883 - 1939)
Rose, Dorothea Helen (1910 - 1970) - female
b. 10 APR 1910 in Newark, DE
d. 21 JAN 1970

mother: Collins, Dora Louella (1883 - 1939)
spouse:
- m. 1938

Rose, Marjorie (*1914 - ) - female
mother: Collins, Dora Louella (1883 - 1939)
Rose, Reggie (*1914 - ) - male
mother: Collins, Dora Louella (1883 - 1939)
spouse:
spouse:
Rose, Sylvia (*1914 - ) - female
mother: Collins, Dora Louella (1883 - 1939)
spouse:
Rose, Sylvia (*1914 - ) - female
mother: Collins, Dora Louella (1883 - 1939)
spouse:
Rothrock, Henry (*1756 - ) - male
mother:  , Unknown (*1725 - )
Ruckeman, Anna Maria (*1714 - ) - female
b. in Leiman, Palatine, Germany
d. in Leiman, Palatine, Germany

spouse: Witmoyer, Eberhard (~1720 - 1794)
- m. 30 SEP 1738 in Leiman, Palatine, Germany

----------child: WeyLdenmayer, Johann Melchior (1739 - 1817)
----------child: Weydenmayer, Henrig (1741 - 1744)
----------child: Weydenfmayer, Johann Georg (1743 - )
----------child: Weydenmayer, Urban (1744 - )
Santo, Elizabeth (1859 - ) - female
b. 1859 in Pennsylvania

mother: Collins, Mary M. (1842 - )
Schlot, Louis (1834 - 1853) - male
b. 23 MAY 1834
d. 04 MAR 1853

mother: Stiely, Maria Magdalena (1802 - 1883)
Schoke, Pearl (1897 - 1909) - female
b. 1897
d. 06 NOV 1909 in Pine Grove, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

mother: Näpp, Matilda (1865 - 1909)
Shellenhamer, Amos (1848 - ) - male
b. 1848 in Pennsylvania

mother: Fitting, Sarah (1810 - 1875)
Shellenhamer, George W. (1844 - 1929) - male
b. 16 FEB 1844 in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
d. 24 MAY 1929 in Humansville, Polk Co., MO

mother: Fitting, Sarah (1810 - 1875)
Flags: Military serv.=Y
spouse:
- m. 1866 in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
We know from letters written to G.W. and from deeds that they
lived in Dauphin Co., PA and then moved to MO after 187?.

Shellenhamer, Mary Ann (1846 - 1920) - female
b. 1846 in Pennsylvania
d. 10 APR 1920

mother: Fitting, Sarah (1810 - 1875)
spouse:
Shelley, Abraham (1907 - <1920) - male
b. 1907 in Pennsylvania
d. BEF 1920

mother: Maley, May Gertrude (1883 - ~1952)
Shelley, Alfretta K. (1904 - ~1970) - female
b. 1904 in Pennsylvania
d. ABT 1970

mother: Maley, May Gertrude (1883 - ~1952)
spouse:
Shelley, Edith G (1909 - 1968) - female
b. APR 1909 in Pennsylvania
d. 1968

mother: Maley, May Gertrude (1883 - ~1952)
spouse:
----------child: Custer, Edith Delphine (private)
----------child: Custer, Charles William (private)
----------child: Custer, Samuel Richard (private)
----------child: Custer, Alfretta (private)
----------child: Custer, Edgar Eugene (1942 - 1979)
----------child: Custer, Robert (private)
Shelley, John M. (1906 - ~1970) - male
b. 1906 in Pennsylvania
d. ABT 1970

mother: Maley, May Gertrude (1883 - ~1952)
Shelley, Milliard (1919 - ) - male
b. JUL 1919 in Pennsylvania

mother: Maley, May Gertrude (1883 - ~1952)
Shook, Cecilia (1843 - 1923) - female
b. 24 DEC 1843 in Pennsylvania
d. 18 JUL 1923

spouse: Fitting, Daniel Benjamin (1833 - 1901)
- m. 1873

----------child: Fitting, Mason A. (1873 - )
----------child: Fitting, Henry Homer (1875 - 1882)
----------child: Fitting, Esbella (1879 - 1882)
Shupp, Elizabeth (1823 - 1823) - female
b. 23 AUG 1823 in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
d. 23 AUG 1823 in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania

mother: Fitting, Rebecca (1796 - 1823)
Shutt, Aaron (*1897 - ) - male
mother: Miller, Ellen Jane (1866 - )
Shutt, Charles (*1897 - ) - male
mother: Miller, Ellen Jane (1866 - )
Shutt, Edward (*1897 - ) - male
mother: Miller, Ellen Jane (1866 - )
Shutt, Irene (*1897 - ) - female
mother: Miller, Ellen Jane (1866 - )
Shutt, Raymond (*1897 - ) - male
mother: Miller, Ellen Jane (1866 - )
Shutt, Russell (*1897 - ) - male
mother: Miller, Ellen Jane (1866 - )
Shutt, Theodore (*1897 - ) - male
mother: Miller, Ellen Jane (1866 - )
Smink, Ruth M. (1909 - ) - female
b. 1909 in Pennsylvania

mother: Keen, Estella B. (1888 - )
Smith, Albert (*1920 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Charles (*1920 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Edward (*1920 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Fay M (*1920 - ) - female
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
spouse:
Smith, Frank (*1920 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Jesse (*1920 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Lawrence (*1920 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Marion (*1920 - ) - female
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Mark (*1920 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Ruth (*1920 - ) - female
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Smith, Thomas (*1920 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Leah (1889 - 1988)
Snyder, Anna (*1919 - ) - female
mother: Maurer, Lillie (1888 - 1935)
Snyder, David Jr. (private) - male
mother: Davis, Gladys (1913 - 1999)
... Additional Data Private ...
Snyder, Earl (*1919 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Lillie (1888 - 1935)
Snyder, Ellen (*1919 - ) - female
mother: Maurer, Lillie (1888 - 1935)
Snyder, James (private) - male
mother: Davis, Gladys (1913 - 1999)
... Additional Data Private ...
Snyder, Kerry (private) - male
mother: Davis, Gladys (1913 - 1999)
... Additional Data Private ...
Snyder, Leon (*1919 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Lillie (1888 - 1935)
Snyder, Margaret (*1919 - ) - female
mother: Maurer, Lillie (1888 - 1935)
Snyder, Marlin (*1919 - ) - male
mother: Maurer, Lillie (1888 - 1935)
Snyder, Ricky (private) - male
mother: Davis, Gladys (1913 - 1999)
... Additional Data Private ...
Steeley, Allen W. (1859 - ) - male
b. 1859 in Pennsylvania

father: Steeley, John M. (1837 - 1928)
Steeley, Amelia (1833 - ) - female
b. 1833 in Pennsylvania

father: Stiely, John (1802 - 1879)
mother: Mell, Anna Maria (1803 - 1860)
Steeley, Aneftha (1843 - 1847) - female
b. 1843
d. 1847

father: Steeley, Isaac F. (1800 - 1869)
Steeley, Anna Luleina (1829 - ) - female
b. 1829

father: Steeley, Isaac F. (1800 - 1869)
Steeley, Anneta (1841 - ~1881) - female
b. 1841 in Pennsylvania
d. ABT 1881

father: Stiely, John (1802 - 1879)
mother: Mell, Anna Maria (1803 - 1860)
spouse: Miller, Henry A. (1829 - 1888)
- m. ABT 1864

----------child: Miller, Emma (1865 - )
----------child: Miller, Ellen Jane (1866 - )
----------child: Miller, John Elmer (1868 - 1963)
----------child: Miller, Polly (1873 - )
Steeley, Benneul (1827 - ) - male
b. 1827

father: Steeley, Isaac F. (1800 - 1869)
Steeley, Caroline (1867 - ) - female
b. 1867 in Pennsylvania

father: Steeley, Jared (1833 - )
Steeley, E. (1858 - ) - female
b. 1858 in Pennsylvania

father: Steeley, Phillip Francis (1807 - )
Steeley, Elizebeth (1865 - ) - female
b. 1865 in Pennsylvania

father: Steeley, Jared (1833 - )

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