91st PA: John Preston Kochersperger

John Preston Kochersperger

Before the war

He was born on 21 September 1845, in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to Daniel William Kochersperger and Mary Ann Engelmann. [sources: date: 2, 6 (14 in 1860), 10 (51 in 1896), 11, 12 (51 yrs 1 mo 10 dys at death), 13, 15, 16 (4 in 1850). place: 2, 5, 12, 15, 16. parents: 5, 6, 16]

In 1850, he was living in Spring Garden, Ward 6, Philadelphia, Pennslvania. He was living with his parents Daniel and Mary A Kochersperger, and others. [source: 16]

In 1860, he was living with his parents in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [source: 6]

When he enlisted, he was a hatter. [source: 2]

Description

When he enlisted, he was 5 feet 5 inches tall, and had a light complexion, gray eyes, and dark hair. [source: 2]

During the war

He also served in the US Navy, on the St Lawrence. [source: 3, 4, 5 (also 6th PA Cav)]

He enlisted and was mustered into service on 27 January 1864. He was enlisted for three years, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by Lieutenant Burk. He was a private in company A. [sources: 1, 2, 3, 18, 19, 20, 21]

He was discharged by general order 77 (dated 28 April 1865), effective 27 May 1865. He was a private, in company A. [sources: 1, 2, 3, 9, 18, 19, 20, 21]

After the war

On 29 August 1867, he married Sarah Ann DuCase, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was born in 1849, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They had one child:

[sources: 5, 13]

In 1870, he was living in Providence, Rhode Island, with his wife and son. He was a fire insurance agent. [source: 8]

In 1880, he was living at 2020 Hancock Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a clerk for a railroad. He was living with his wife and son. [source: 7]

He moved to Chicago about 1886. He was western superintendent of the Fidelity Casualty Company. [sources: 10, 12, 14, 15]

He died of injuries received from an accidental fall, at 8:20 AM, on 31 October 1896. He died at the family home, 143 Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. He had just recovered from an earlier fall, but fell again in the same place. Funeral services were held at St John's Episcopal Church in Chicago on 2 November. A second funeral was held on Wednesday from 1734 North 7th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (his brother's house). He was buried on 4 November 1896 at Mount Vernon Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [sources: 3 (30 Oct), 5, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15]

On 1 February 1913, his widow, Sarah A Kochersperger, applied successfully for a pension from Pennsylvania. [sources: 3, 4 (maybe VA?)]

In 1920, his widow, Sarah, was living at 1331 York Street, ward 37, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was living with her son Frank and his wife Maria. [source: 17]

His widow, Sarah, died on 2 April 1923, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On 5 April 1923, she was buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [sources: 5, 13]

Sources

1 Bates, Samuel Penniman. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5. Harrisburg: B. Singerly, state printer, 1869-71. 5 volumes. 'Ninety-first regiment', volume 3, pages 186-233. (In the roster) (JP Kochersperger)

2 company A descriptive roll, entry 133 (John P Kochersperger)

3 pension index, by regiment (John P Kochersperger)

4 pension index by name (John P Kochersperger)

5 "Längenberger Familien und Zugeheiratete", a gedcom available on RootsWeb WorldConnect, contact Daniel Guggisberg, accessed October 2005 and again on 3 June 2009) [although this mentions his service in the 6th PA Cavalry and US Navy, but not in the 91st PA, identification is confirmed by reference to his death] (John Preston Kochersperger)

6 1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, ward 14, division 1, page 40 stamped = 40 handwritten to 41 stamped = 41 handwritten (Jno Kochersperger)

7 1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 418, page 468 stamped = 5 handwritten] (J P Kochersperger)

8 1870 US census, Rhode Island, Providence County, Providence City 2nd ward, microfilm series M593, film 1478, page 255 = 41 handwritten (John P Kochersperger)

9 consolidated morning report, 91st Pennsylvania, 30 June 1865 (Kochersperger)

10 'Brought back for burial'. Philadelphia Inquirer, 3 November 1896, page 6 (John P Kochersperger)

11 [death notice]. Philadelphia Inquirer, 3 November 1896, page 9; also 2 November 1896 page 9, and 4 November 1896 page 9 (John P Kochersperger)

12 transit permit, and undertaker's certificate, in Philadelphia Pennsylvania death certificates, died 31 October 1896 (John Preston Kochersperger)

13 Find a grave, memorial 21320472, created by Längenberger Familien, added 2 Sep 2007, accessed 9 Aug 11 [identification confirmed by death] [pictured tombstone reads: "HUSBAND JOHN P. KOCHERSPERGER 1845 -- 1896 SARAH A. KOCHERSPERGER 1849 -- 1923] (John Preston Kochersperger)

14 'End of a useful life', Daily Inter Ocean, 1 November 1896, page 1 (John P Kochersperger)

15 death certificate, Cook County, Illinois (John Preston Kochersperger)

16 1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Spring Garden ward 6, pages 324-325 (images 132-133 of 209 on Ancestry) (John Kochersperger)

17 1920 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 37, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 1209, microfilm series T625, film 1639, page 165 = 11 A handwritten (Sarah A Kochersperger)

18 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (John P Kochensperger)

19 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (John P Kochersperger)

20 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (John P Kocherpergerg)

21 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (John P Kochesperger)

Sources checked unsuccessfully

1890 US census, veterans' schedules
Ancestry index (accessed October 2005)
1900 US census
HeritageQuest and FamilySearch indices (accessed 10 Aug 11)
note that Sarah is not living with their son Frank, who is with his (first) wife Clare, their children Jerome and Maryann, and Clare's parents, in Chicago Illinois (South Town, ward 4, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 81, page 154 = 15 B handwritten)
1910 US census
the only candidate I have (so far) found is the Sarah Kochersperger living at 6133 Vine Street, ward 34, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (microfilm series T624, film 1406, pages 43 = 8 B to 44 = 9 A handwritten), with William C and Fannie Lees (of whom she is an aunt). I do not know whether this is the correct Sarah Kochersperger
1930 US census
Footnote index (accessed 10 Aug 11)

1850 census

[1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Spring Garden ward 6, pages 324-325 (images 132-133 of 209 on Ancestry)]
line42123456
Dwellings visited859      
Families visited1080      
NameDanl KocherspergerDanl W KocherspergerMary A "Wm P "John "George "Mary V "
Age5828278421
SexMMFMMMF
Color       
Occupation of males over 15 yearsNoneGrocer     
Real estate owned7000      
Birthplaceditto [sc. Pennsylvania]Pennsylvaniadittodittodittodittoditto
Married within year       
Attended school within year       
Over 20 & can't read/write       
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.       

1860 census

[1860 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, ward 14, division 1, page 40 stamped = 40 handwritten to 41 stamped = 41 handwritten]
line34353637383940123
Dwelling number261         
Family number298         
NameDan W. KocherspergerMaryWmJnoGeoDanlHardingHiram H. KochenspergerIrene MMary Stucberger [?]
Age39391614129632/1229
Sexmfmmmmmmff
Color          
OccupationClerk         
Value of real estate owned          
Value of personal estate200         
Place of birthPhila""""""Phila""
Married within year          
Attended school within year          
Cannot read & write          
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.          

1870 census

[1870 US census, Rhode Island, Providence County, Providence City 2nd ward, microfilm series M593, film 1478, page 255 = 41 handwritten]
[I did not transcribe the other people at this boarding house [so labelled in column 2]; the head was Elmira Allen]
line252627
Dwelling-house number[243]  
Family number[292]  
NameKochersperger John P- Sarah- Frank
Age25211
Sexmfm
Colorwww
OccupationFire Insurance Agent  
Real estate value   
Personal estate value   
BirthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaRhode Island
Father foreign born/// [sic]
Mother foreign born/// [sic]
Birth month if born within year   
Marriage month if married within year   
Attended school past year   
Can't read   
Can't write   
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.   
Male US citizen at least 21 years old1  
Male US citizen at least 21 years old who can't vote ...   

1880 census

[1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 418, page 468 stamped = 5 handwritten]
line91011
street nameHancock Street  
house number2020  
dwelling visit #39  
family visit #40  
nameKochersperger J P- S A- F H
colorWWW
sexFMM
age343011
month born if born in year   
relationship WifeSon
single  1
married11 
widowed/divorced   
married during year   
occupationClerk in RRKeeping houseAt school
months unemployed   
currently ill?   
blind   
deaf/dumb   
idiotic   
insane   
disabled   
school this year  1
can't read   
can't write   
birthplacePennaPennaPenna
father's birthplacePennaPennaPenna
mother's birthplacePennaPennaPenna

1920 census

[1920 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 37, supervisor's district 1, enumeration district 1209, microfilm series T625, film 1639, page 165 = 11 A handwritten]
[identification is confirmed by the child and by the match with the information in the gedcom listed as source 5 above]
line131415
streetYork street
house number1331  
dwelling visit number231  
family visit number252  
nameKochersperger Frank H- Maria A- Sarah A
relationshipHeadWifeMother
own/rentR  
free/mortgaged (if owned)   
sexMFF
raceWWW
age at last birthday5134 [?]70
marital statusMMWd
year of immigration   
naturalized/alien   
year of naturalization   
attended school since Sept 1919nonono
can readyesyesyes
can writeyesyesyes
birth placePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
native language   
father's birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
father's native language   
mother's birthplacePennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania
mother's native language   
can speak Englishyesyesyes
occupationStore Keepernonenone
industry, businessMetal Shop  
employment statusW  
number of farm schedule   

index to compiled service records

[index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania]
[transcribed 14 August 2014, from Fold3]


Kochensperger John P.
Co. A, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt | Pvt
REFERENCE CARD.
Original filed under
Kochersperger John P.

GENERAL INDEX CARD.


[card 2, transcribed 14 August 2014]

Kochersperger John P.
Co. A, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt | Pvt
See also [blank]

GENERAL INDEX CARD.


[card 3, transcribed 14 August 2014]

Kocherpergerg [sic] John P.
Co. A, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt | Pvt
REFERENCE CARD.
Original filed under
Kochersperger John P.

GENERAL INDEX CARD.


[card 4, transcribed 14 August 2014]

Kochesperger John P.
Co. A, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt | Pvt
REFERENCE CARD.
Original filed under
Kochersperger John P.

GENERAL INDEX CARD.

Brought back for burial

[Philadelphia Inquirer, 3 November 1896, page 6]
[identification is confirmed by reference on his pension card (3) to his death on 30 October 1896 at Chicago Illinois]

BROUGHT BACK FOR BURIAL
The Remains of the Brother of Clerk and Magistrate Kochersperger.

The body of John P. Kochersperger, who died at his home in Chicago on Sunday, is on its way to this city for interment. The deceased was a brother of Chief Clerk Kochersperger, of Common Council, and of Magistrate Kochersperger. He was Western superintendent of the Fidelity Casualty Company, of New York.

He was born in this city fifty-one years ago, and a number of years ago removed to Chicago, where a brother is county treasurer. Three weeks ago he sustained serious injury through a fall in his office in the Rookery Building, and was absent from business for some time. While preparing to leave his office he again fell, and was so badly injured that he never left his bed. He leaves a widow and a married son. The interment will be on Wednesday from the home of Magistrate Kochersperger.

death notice

[Philadelphia Inquirer, 3 November 1896, page 9; also 2 November 1896 page 9, and 4 November 1896 page 9]

KOCHERSPERGER.--Suddenly, on October 31, 1896, at his late residence, in Chicago, Ill., John P., son of Mary Ann and the late Daniel W. Kochersperger, aged 51 years. Funeral services on Wednesday afternoon, November 4, at 2 o'clock, at the residence of his brother, W. S. Kochersperger, No. 1734 North Seventh street, Philadelphia. To proceed to Mt. Vernon Cemetery. Interment private.

death certificate

[transit permit, and undertaker's certificate, in Philadelphia Pennsylvania death certificates, died 31 October 1896, John Preston Kochersperger]
[thanks to Ed McLaughlin for finding this!]

9524
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
TRANSIT PERMIT.
BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS.
No. 4912
Chicago, NOV 1 1896
Permission is hereby given T. C. Bowen to remove the remains of John Preston Kochersperger
Date of Death Oct 31 96
Age, 51 yrs., 1 mos., 10 days.
Place of Death 143 Oakwood Boul. [?]
Cause of Death Injuries received from a fall
Which is a non contagious Disease.
Medical Attendant D. W. Rogers
to Philadelphia, Pa. for interment.
Mount Vernon Cem.
Wm R Henry
Commissioner of Health.

State of Illinois, City of Chicago, Cook County, Nov 1 1896.
I hereby Certify, that the body of John P Kochersperger, mentioned [?] in this transit permit, has been prepared by me for transportation in accordance with the rules of the State Board of Health by being Embalmed + [illegible word] in Brick Lined box
(Signed) T C Bowen + Co 32136 [??] # [illegible] Undertaker.
[I did not transcribe the rest of the form, which is relevant only to infectious or contagious diseases]

Undertaker's Certificate in Relation to Deceased.
8. Occupation. President of an Insurance Co.
9. Place of Birth, Penna
10. When a Minor [blank]
Buried from 11. Ward, 20
12. Street and Number, 1734 N. 7th St.
13. Date of Burial, Nov 4 /96
14. Place of Burial, Mt Vernon
Schuyler + Son, Undertaker.
Residence, 6th + Diamond

Illinois death certificate

[death certificates, Cook County, Illinois]
[identification is confirmed by reference to his death date and place in the pension index by unit (3)]
[transcribed 10 August 2011, from FamilySearch]

PHYSICIAN'S CERTIFICATE OF DEATH.--Issued by State Board of Health.
[illegible]
Nov. 1-96.
State of Illinois,
COOK COUNTY
1. Name John Preston Kochersperger.
2. Sex M. Color White.
3. Age 51 years 1 month 10 days
4. Occupation Supt. Fidelity + Casualty Co.
5. Date of death Oct. 31 1896 8.20 A.M.
6. Married
7. Nationality and place where born Am. Philadelphia, Pa.
8. How long resident in this State 10 yrs.
9. Place of death 143 Oakwood Boul. 32nd Ward
10. Cause of death injuries received from fall.
Complications [blank]
11. Duration of disease 9 days
12. Place of burial Mount Vernon Cem Philadelphia Pa.
13. Name of Undertaker Thomas C. Bowen + Co.
14. Dated at BP.Na [?] Oct 31. 1896.
D. W. Rogers M.D.
Residence 2204 Mich. Ave

'End of a useful life'

['End of a useful life', Daily Inter Ocean, 1 November 1896, page 1]
[transcribed 12 May 2011, from GenealogyBank]

END OF A USEFUL LIFE
John P. Kochersperger Dies from the Effects of an Accident.
SKETCH OF HIS CAREER
Was Well Known in Business and Social Life.
Represented for Many Years the Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York.

The death of John P. Kochersperger, brother of the county treasurer, and a gentleman prominently known in business and social life, causes a widespread regret not only in this city, but in Philadelphia. The sad event took place yesterday morning at the family home, No. 143 Oakwood boulevard, and was a blow all the more crushing to the immediate circle of wife and son and kindred, because of the tragic nature of the circumstances.

After having been confined to the house for three weeks as the result of a fall which he sustained while leaving his office in the Rookery, the gentleman had just recovered sufficiently to venture down town again, proposing to leave the next day for a season of rest at West Baden. By a singular fatality his foot slipped again in almost the exact spot of the first accident, and, rendered unconscious by the violent concussion with the marble pavement, he was removed to his home, never to leave his bed again, the decline being rapid until his demise about daybreak.

Mr. Kochersperger was born fifty-one years ago in Philadelphia, and for many years resided there, connected with the Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York. About ten years ago he came to Chicago to take charge of the company's Western agency, and at once took high rank in the business interests of the city, as well as in the varied life of the progressive citizen and humanitarian. In the pending political campaign he was zealous as secretary of the Thirty-Second Ward Republican Club, and the general esteem in which he was held in the Oakland Club was manifested by repeated elections as a director. Besides his widow, born Sarah A. Du Casse of Philadelphia, he leaves a married son, Frank H. Kochersperger.

The funeral services will take place tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock at St. John's Episcopal Church, Thirty-Seventh street and Langley avenue, and the body will be taken to Philadelphia for interment.

Philadelphia directories

[1860 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 536]
[transcribed all Kochersperger entries, 12 May 2011, from Footnote]

KOCHERSPERGER C. & CO., (Charles & Elbert Kochersperger,) Blood's penny post, 42 S 5th
KOCHERSPERGER & CO., (Charles Kochersperger & William A. Steelman,) laundry, 107 S 5th & N Broad c Wallace
Kochersperger Charles, Blood's dispatch, 42 S 5th, and laundry, 107 S 5th & N Broad, c Wallace, h 58 N 9th
Kochersperger Daniel, 1222 Locust
Kochersperger Daniel W., clerk, 1344 [?] Brown
Kochersperger Elbert, Blood's dispatch, 42 S 5th, and botanic medicines, 7 S 5th, h 1329 [?] Girard av
Kochersperger John, moulder, 2311 [?] Coates
Kochersperger John J., shoemaker, 916 Alder
Kochersperger John P., marble, 1801 Coates, h 700 N 18th
Kochersperger Martin, gentleman, 538 Christian
Kochersperger Mary, widow Martin, 538 Christian
Kochersperger Matthias, potter, 1639 Ridge av
Kochersperger Samuel A. C., tailor, 7 S 18th
Kochersperger Sarah, segars, 1639 [?] Ridge av
Kochersperger William, police, 2311 Coates
Kochersperger W. Henry, marblecutter, 852 11th

[1864 Biddle and McElroy's Philadelphia directory, page 406]
[transcribed all Kochersperger entries, 12 May 2011, from Footnote]

Kochersperger Daniel W., bookkeeper, 1799 Marshall
Kochersperger Elbert, clerk, 3704 Baring
Kochersperger Geo., police, Fisher's av & Gray's la
Kochersperger John C., carpenter, 1933 Fkd av
Kochersperger John E., music teacher, 724 Spring Garden
Kochersperger John H., cigarmaker, 1731 Coates
Kochersperger John J., shoemaker, 916 Alder
Kochersperger John P., marble mantels, 18th & Coates, h 700 N 18th
Kochersperger Josiah N., billposter, 4 State House row, h 1112 Palmer
Kochersperger Martin, carpenter, 1416 Carpenter
Kochersperger Matthias, potter, 1731 Coates
Kochersperger S. A. C., merchant tailor, 7 S 18th, h 1907 Hamilton

[1865 Sherman's Philadelphia directory, page 381]
[transcribed 12 May 2011, from Footnote]

Kocherberger [sic] Elbert, teller, 3704 Baring
Kochersperger A., gentlewoman, 416 Carpenter
Kochersperger Daniel W., bookkeeper, 1790 Marshall
Kochersperger John C., carpenter, 1937 Fkd av
Kochersperger John E., musicteacher, 724 Spring Garden
Kochersperger John J., shoemaker, 916 Alder
Kochersperger John P., marble mantels, 18th & Coates, h 700 N 18th
Kochersperger Martin, carpenter, 416 Carpenter
Kochersperger Matthias, potter, 1731 Coates
Kochersperger S. A. C., merchanttailor, 7 S 18th, h 1907 Hamilton
Kochersperger Roswell, engineeer, 1107 Myrtle

[1870 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 876]
[transcribed 9 August 2011, from Footnote]

Kochersperger Albert, carpenter, h 3708 Baring
Kochersperger Almira G., wid Thomas, h 416 Carpenter
Kochersperger Callender P., engraver, h 416 Carpenter
Kochersperger Christina, wid William, h 2112 Carlton
Kochersperger Daniel H., salesman, 523 Market, h 1752 Marshall
Kochersperger Daniel W., bookkeeper, 1525 N 6th, h 1752 Marshall
Kochersperger Elbert, teller Philada Nat bank, h 3708 Baring, W P
Kochersperger Geoger, laborer, h Vine n N 57th
Kochersperger George H., bill poster, h 440 E Girard av
Kochersperger George W., packer, 332 S Del av, h 1024 Har
Kochersperger Jacob H., laborer, h 3328 Story
Kochersperger John, moulder, h 2228 Race
Kochersperger John, salesman, h 1006 Vernon
Kochersperger John C., carpenter, h 1913 Sepviva
Kochersperger John E., music teacher, 724 Spring Garden
Kochersperger John H., salesman, h 1006 Vernon
Kochersperger John J., shoemaker, h 916 Alder
Kochersperger John P., hatter, h 1722 Alder
Kochersperger John P., marble, N 18th c Coates, h 700 N 18th
KOCHERSPERGER JOSIAH N., bill poster, every variety of bill posting done at the shortest notice, 10 Statehouse row, h 440 E Girard av

[1882 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, pages 874-875]
[transcribed 9 Aug 11, from Footnote]

Kochersperger Albert D., clerk, h Woodland av n S 55th
Kochersperger Almira, widow, h 416 Carpenter
Kochersperger & Taylor (Daniel H. Kochersperger & Marwood B. Taylor), lumber, Haverford c Lancaster av
Kochersperger Callender P., engraver, h 416 Carpenter
Kochersperger Charles E., printer, h 1609 Page
Kochersperger Christian, h 3334 Story
Kochersperger Daniel H. (Kochersperger & Taylor), h 609 Union
Kochersperger Daniel P., bookkeeper, h 811 Serrill
Kochersperger Elbert, teller, 423 Chestnut, h 214 St Mark's sq
Kochersperger Ellsworth, salesman, h 1623 Francis
Kochersperger George, watchman, h 5619 Vine
Kochersperger George H, hostler, h Conover n Vine
Kochersperger George W., asst clerk, common council, h Hart c Warnock
Kochersperger Jacob H., laborer, h 3319 Story
Kochersperger James W., boltmkr, h 2222 Race
Kochersperger John, shoemkr, h 1544 Amboy
Kochersperger John C., crpntr, h 1913 Sepviva
Kochersperger John C., painter, h 4 825 Townsend
Kochersperger John E., music teacher, 1534 Wallace
Kochersperger John E., Jr., salesman, h 1534 Wallace
Kochersperger John L., boltmaker, h 2222 Race
Kochersperger John P., stonecutter, h 1324 Fairmount av
Kochersperger John R., police, h 2222 Race
Kochersperger Josiah N., h 440 E Girard av
Kochersperger Lewis S., milk, Tinicum rd n Island rd, Pville
Kochersperger Robert C., clerk, h 1133 Palmer
Kochersperger Roswell, machinist, h 1609 Page
Kochersperger Samuel, cutter, h 3847 Spg Garden
Kochersperger Samuel A. C., tailor, 3917 Lancaster av
Kochersperger Thomas J., bookkeeper, h 416 Carpenter
Kochersperger William C., miller, h 406 Hoffman
Kochersperger William S., printer, h 1609 Page
Kochersperger William S., tipstaff, h 1845 N 8th

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