Detter

Detter

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1840 Federal Census

Washington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, p. 170 (All 3 families)
None of these 3 families have anyone marked deaf and dumb, blind, and insane, or that anyone over 20 could not read and write.



1850 Federal Census

Washington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, p. 428, 1625-1628, October 24, 1850 John Detter - Washington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, October 25, 1850


Peter Detter dies Aug. 22, 1858.




1860 Federal Census

Post Office - Delleburg, Washington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, 633-636, July 16, 1860
John Detter - Washington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, July 17, 1860


Jessee Detter - Post Office - Delleburg, Washington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, July 16, 1860




Civil War is declared April 12, 1861.

June 27, 1863, Confederate forces invade York County.

Battle of Hanover is fought June 30, 1863.

July 1, 1863, Confederate forces go to Adams County to fight at Gettysburg.

Robert E. Lee surrenders at Appomattox, Virginia on April 9, 1865.




1870 Federal Census

Berlin - Post Office, Washington Township No. 333, York County, Pennsylvania, p. 33 & 34/426, 261-271, September 7, 1870
Post Office - York Springs, Reading Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, p. 338, 61-63, July 21, 1870 John Detter - Washington Township, No 333, York County, Pennsylvania, August 29, 1870


Peter Detter - Post Office - Hall, Washington Township No. 333, York County, Pennsylvania, August 29, 1870

George Detter - Post Office - York Springs, Latimore Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, August 12, 1870



1880 Federal Census

Franklintown Borough, York County, Pennsylvania, p. 56 / 307, S.D. 7, E.D. 6, 406-438, June 15, 1880
Franklin Township, York County, Pennsylvania, S.D. 7, E.D. 6, p. 2
Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania

Jesse Detter - Mechanicsville, Adams County, Pennsylvania

Peter Detter - Washington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, June 5, 1880

George Detter - Latimore Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, June 21, 1880




John Detter dies July 28, 1886 and is buried in the Bermudian Church of the Brethern Cemetery, York County, Pennsylvania.




Cevilla Detter marries her cousin Calvin Otis Detter c. 1898.




1900 Federal Census

Jesse Detter - Latimis? Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania


Peter Detter - Washington Township, York County, Pennsylvania, June 1, 1900


Enterprise Township, Reno County, Kansas, _-70-70




Jacob Henry Detter marries Florence Shuyler.



1905 Kansas State Census

Salt Creek, Reno County, Kansas, p. 20, 134
Cevila Detter - Salt Creek, Reno County, Kansas, p. 20, 134



1910 Federal Census

Jesse Detter - Bermudian village, Latimore Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, May 2 & 3, 1910

Salt Creek Township, Reno County, Kansas, S.D. 7, E.D. 155, p. 1901, _-91-91, April 30, 1910
Ceville S Detter - Grant Township, Reno County, Kansas, May 19, 1910


1915 Kansas State Census

Salt Creek, Reno County, Kansas, p. 9, 59


World War Registration Card - September 12, 1918

Jacob Henry Detter was born January 20, 1874. He lives on RFD No 1, Sterling, Rice County, Kansas. He is in farming for self in Enterprise Township, RFD no 1, Reno County, Kansas. His nearest relative is his wife, Florence Detter who lives on RFD No 1, Sterling, Rice County County, Kansas.




1920 Federal Census

Enterprise Township, Reno County, Kansas, S.D. 7, E.D. 163, Sheet No. 3, FM-63-64, January 26, 1920



1925 Kansas State Census

[Box] 40, [Rural Route] 1, Sterling, Enterprise, Reno County, Kansas, 33-34


Detter Pictures




Rufus John Detter dies February 8, 1991.




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