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Note    N256         Index
Did not marry.

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Note    N257         Index
After their marriage, they spent all their days on a part of the old homestead given by his father, where he built a stone house which stands here today (1890).

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Note    N258         Index
His death was the result of an accident, falling on a piece of iron which penetrated his eye. He is buried on the Keller Farm, one-half mile north of New Franklin, PA, along the Waynesboro Rd. (1890)

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Note    N259         Index
Peter, after his marriage, moved on one of his father's farms where he engaged extensively in farming, near New Franklin, Franklin Co., PA. He died when his children were small. The date of his death is not known.

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Note    N260         Index
III Generation:

Jacob, after his marriage with Catharine, took up their abode at the old homestead near New Franklin, Franklin Co., PA. They were faithful members of the German Reformed Church for many years.

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Note    N261         Index
III Generation:

Nicholas & Catharine were life-long members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. By trade, he was a scythe-maker that he followed until 1818 when he & his brother, Jacob, bought a saw & grist mill on the Conococheague near what is now called Social Island, where he was employed until his death, which occurred after a lingering illness.

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Note    N262         Index
Conrad was a prominent man & kept a hotel in Greenwood, Franklin Co., PA

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Note    N263         Index
They lived on a farm given his wife by her father near Chambersburg, PA., on the Waynesboro Road in a stone house that stands at this writing (1890) and at their death, was left to their only child, Elizabeth.

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Note    N264         Index
First family to settle in Perry Co., OH.

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Note    N265         Index
Adam was a tanner by trade & lived with his family in Fayetteville, PA. In November 1862, he entered the Army for 3 years, joining the 16th Volunteer Regiment, PA Cavalry. He was promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain, May 12, 1863, to Major, May 23, 1865. At the close of the war, he went to Washington Terriotry, where he died & was buried there.

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Note    N266         Index
Jacob followed farming & was always held in high esteem, filling many offices of trust & responsbility. He was also engaged in the grain & forwarding business for 3 years, having a warehouse erected on a farm along the B&CV Railroad. He retired from active business & moved to New Franklin. He was a member of the Lutheran congregation at Grindstone Hill. He took a deep interest in church work when a mere lad & ever after mainifested a deep interest thereof. Most of the time, he was an honored office bearer in the church. He was superintendent of the Sunday School for a number of years, a position he filled wtih signal ability.

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Note    N267         Index
Hiram was a farmer & served 3 years as Register & Recorder at Chambersburg, PA.

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Note    N268         Index
Peter & Eliza united with the Lutheran church at Grindstone Hill in 1859. They moved to Carroll Co., IN., in the spring of 1864. After awhile, they united with the Presbyterian Church at Rockfield, IN.