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Deibler, Daniel, J., farmer and stockman. Berrysburg. Pa., was born on the old homestead in Mifflin township, Dauphin county, Pa., August 7, 1849; son of George and Hannah (Deibler) Deibler. He attended the township school, taught in the Deibler school house for three months each winter, and worked on the farm in the other months, until he was twenty-one years old. He then went to Illinois, and for sixteen months was engaged in farming, after which he returned and worked on the homestead until his fathers death, since which he has had charge of the farm, which consists of one hundred and fifty-nine acres, of which fifty acres are timbered land on which there is a saw mill. He was married, at Annville, Lebanon county, March 13, 1873, to Sarah L. Stine, born April 8, 1854; daughter of Peter L. Stine and Elizabeth (Buffington) Stine. The former resides at Elizabethville, and is a farmer and miller; the latter died at Elizabethville in 1892. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Deibler are: Clara E., Katie E., Polly L., Daniel D., Carrie M., Abbie R., Sadie I., Lulie E., Mark L., John C., and one child died young. Mr. Deibler is a Republican in politics, served as school director nine years, and supervisor of roads three years, assistant assessor one term, and judge of elections one year. He is a member of the German Reformed church.


Historical Review of Dauphin County
Transcribed by Daniel Reichard for The Dauphin County,
Pennsylvania Genealogy Transcription Project -
Date of Transcription: March 10, 2001
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