KAYLER, NERI H., was born in Lancaster county, December 26,1865; son of Isaac and Barbara (Hoover) Kayler. Joseph Kayler, his grandfather, was a farmer and reared a family. The maternal grandfather was also a farmer. Isaac Kayler, father of Neri H., was born in Dauphin county, Pa., and is a farmer; at different times he was also engaged in the manufacture of barrels. He is a Republican. In religious faith and fellowship he is connected with the United Brethren church. Mrs. Kayler is a daughter of Samuel and Barbara (Snyder) Hoover. Their children are: Amos, Samuel, Linnaeus, Neri, Annie, Mary, Franklin, Isaac, and Katie, wife of Earnest Buser; Allen, Joseph, who died, aged four years, and Abraham, who died in 1871, at the age of nineteen. Neri H. Kayler attended the public schools and worked on the farm at intervals until he was twenty-two years old, when he engaged in farming on his own account. This has ever since continued to be his occupation. For one year he held an agency for Mr. Ebersole for the sale of agricultural implements. Mr. Kayler is a Republican. In 1892 he was appointed tax collector for Conewago township and served one year; he was elected assessor in 1895, which office he still holds.
Historical Review of Dauphin County
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Date of Transcription: 3 Mar 2001
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