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ABBR Bob Moody
 
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ABBR Brian Collies
 
Source (S36)
 
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ABBR Colleen Kennedy Gormley
 
Source (S27)
 
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ABBR Descendants of Anthony Bierly 1743-1825
 
Source (S8)
 
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ABBR Elizabeth Moore
 
Source (S30)
 
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ABBR Family of Analemma
 
Source (S37)
 
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ABBR Harold Bower
 
Source (S34)
 
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ABBR http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa
 
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ABBR Hunterdon Co, NJ, inhabitants 1700-1800
 
Source (S26)
 
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ABBR Jennifer
 
Source (S22)
 
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ABBR Josephine's family tree
 
Source (S19)
 
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ABBR Margaret Mhaberman1@cox.net
 
Source (S23)
 
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ABBR Mary Edith Stevens
 
Source (S16)
 
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ABBR Ruth Hiltner interview
 
Source (S25)
 
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ABBR ShueyFamily.org
 
Source (S21)
 
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ABBR The Meyer Family Tree compiled by John D. Meyer, Tyrone, PA, October 1937
 
Source (S1)
 
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ABBR The Williamsport Sun-Gazete, Williamsport, PA 8/25/1964
 
Source (S17)
 
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ABBR The Williamsport Sun-Gazete, Williamsport, PA 8/25/1964.
 
Source (S18)
 
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ABBR Tombstone
 
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ABBR Brush Valley names: The matricul, or birth and baptism register, Brush Valley Union Church, Rebersburg, PA, 1792-1855
 
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ABBR Cemeteries of Miles Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania
 
Source (S3)
 
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ABBR Cemeteries of Potter Township, Centre County, PA
 
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ABBR Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania
 
Source (S5)
 
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_PAREN: Y

ABBR Douglas Weaver
 
Source (S24)
 
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ABBR Genealogy of the Meyer Family
 
Source (S2)
 
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ABBR Historical and biographical annals of Columbia and Montour counties, Pennsylvania
 
Source (S6)
 
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ABBR History of Centre and Clinton counties, Pennsylvania
 
Source (S11)
 
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ABBR History of Columbia and Montour Counties Pennslvania
 
Source (S7)
 
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ABBR History of Gift, Kern, and Royer families
 
Source (S9)
 
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ABBR Marriages, 1851-1873, Centre County, Pennsylvania
 
Source (S35)
 
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ABBR Marriages, 1874-1885, Centre County, Pennsylvania
 
Source (S33)
 
42 "Joseph was also a musician, and acquired considerable skill as an organist in his mature years without the aid of an instructor. He died suddenly while playing the large pipe organ which was being dedicated Oct. 10, 1868. in the German Reformed Church at Boalsburg. "
From the Genealogy of the Meyer Family by Henry Meyer, 1890.

Joseph, (Henry, Christopher, Gr. Meyer), was born
June 12, 1818; and was married to Beckie, daughter of
George Corman, Brushvalley, Centre Co., Pa. He lived on a
farm near Boalsburg. Joseph was also a musician, and
acquired considerable skill as an organist in his mature years
without the aid of an instructor. He died suddenly while
playing the large pipe organ which was being dedicated Oct.
10, 1868, in the German Reformed Church at Boalsburg.
He left no issue. His widow is married to David Sparr,
Boalsburg. 
Meyer, Joseph (I490)
 
43 "Lillian Anna" Yearick, Lydia Anna (I2038)
 
44 "Minnie" Meyer, Melinda (I1249)
 
45 1850 Census living with Tailor George Coleman in Robeson Twp. Berks Co., 1860 & 1870 census working as tailor and living in Berks Co. Alms House Ziegler, Christian (I2544)
 
46 Abraham J. KLINE, retired farmer, Stillwater, is now the oldest resident of the township. His paternal grandfather, Abraham KLINE, came from New Jersey to what is now Orange Township, where he took up a large tract of land, which was subsequently divided into several farms. When he first settled he had to cut a road through the forest which covered his land. He died there at an advanced age. His wife, Annie, survived him several years. Their children were Abraham, Matthias, George, Harmon, Isaac and Elizabeth, all now deceased. George was the father of our subject and was born in New Jersey. When a boy he came with his parents to this county, and on his marriage, his father gave him a farm on which he lived until his death, in 1853. His wife, Catherine JOHNSON, was also from New Jersey, and died in 1854. Their eight children were named as follows: Abraham J.; Mary, who died unmarried; Permelia, wife of Absalom McHENRY, now deceased; George LOWRY, served in the Union Army and died at Fortress Monroe after the war; Elizabeth WILLETT, died in infancy; Sally Ann, deceased wife of Richard JONES; Grazillai H., wife of George W. JACOBY, of Light Street, and Malvina Minerva, deceased wife of Jacob MELICK. Our subject was born November 8, 1802, and lived with his parents until his marriage. He then resided three years on his grand-father's farm, and in the spring of 1854 came to the place where he now resides, and which he had previously purchased. February 25, 1826, he married Mary, daughter of Thomas McHENRY of Greenwood Township. She died May 30, 1886. They were the parents of the following children: George DUNHAM married Sarah J. RICHART, and resides in Dushore; Andrew Jackson died in infancy; Wesley BANGHART, married to Margaret DEWITT, and living in Bradford County; Hiram W. is unmarried, and operates his father's farm; John S., married Elizabeth APPELMAN and lives in Benton, and Sarah A., wife of Francis I. BELLES, of this township. While in Luzerne County Mr. KLINE was captain of a militia company, and after coming to this county was, in 1858, elected justice of the peace, which office he filled for fifteen years. He is a member of the Methodist Episcopa[l] Church, of which he was for a long time class leader. He has always been a good neighbor and citizen. Jacob JOHNSON, father of Catherine KLINE, was a native of Germany, deserted the English and espoused the American cause, enlisting in Washington's army; he was afterward taken prisoner, and to escape a prison life again enlisted in the English army; at the first opportunity he came into the American lines and once more joined the American army, serving until the close of the war. (History of Columbia and Montour Counties, Pennsylvania, 1887, Battle, Fishingcreek Township pg. 445) Kline, Abraham J. (I305)
 
47 Address: name missing Meyer, Ida Luella (I36)
 
48 Address: name missing Meyer, George Klose (I58)
 
49 Address: name missing Meyer, Charles Claude (I125)
 
50 Address: name missing Meyer, Howard (I147)
 

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