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DEIBLER, George, A, farmer and dairyman, Berrysburg, Pa., was born in Mifflin township, Dauphin county, Pa., June 13, 1848; son of George and Hannah (Deibler), Deibler, and brother of John W. Deibler, of Berrysburg. He attended the school taught during the winter months at that Deibler school house and during the summer months worked on the farm. He remained on the old homestead until he was twenty-four years old, and then began farming for himself. He bought one hundred and twenty-five acres of farming land and fifty acres of mountain land, which he has been engaged in cultivating and developing. In 1874 he built a fine residence of brick made on the place, costing $2,500, and erected a barn and other buildings, costing $2,000 additional. He was married, in Washington township, in 1872, to Ellen Stine, born in Lykens township, September 30, 1851, a daughter of Peter L. Stine. Their children are: Peter F., Charles E., Sallie T., George W., Emma D., Elmer S., Henry H., Isaac N., and Cora E.

Mr. Deibler was school director two terms, supervisor one term, and assessor and tax collector one term. In his political views he is a Republican. He is a member of the German Reformed church and a Sunday-school teacher.


Historical Review of Dauphin County
Transcribed by Daniel Reichard for The Dauphin County,
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Date of Transcription: March 11, 2001
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