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91. Jacob "Milton" FREASE (Catherine SLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 27 Jan 1845 in Luzerne Co., PA. He died 2 on 14 Dec 1923. Jacob served in the military 3 in 1864/1865 in 199th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Co. G.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association manuscript says 2 sons 3 daughters
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Milton Frease Biography

This biography appears on pages 1633-1634 in "History of South Dakota" by Doane Robinson, Vol. II (1904) and was scanned, OCRed and edited by Maurice Krueger, mkrueger@iw.net.

MILTON FREASE was born in Luzerne county, Pennsylvania, on January 27, 1846, and in that county was reared and educated, remaining there until he was twenty years old. In 1866 he moved to Ohio, where he remained five months, then went to work on the Northwestern Railroad in Iowa. After working on that enterprise for a period he went into the service of the government, teaming to Fort McPherson and Fort Sedgwick. In 1867 he accepted employment on the Union Pacific Railroad which was then building through Nebraska. Two years later he returned to Colorado and until 1876 was engaged in herding and riding the range in the neighborhood of Denver. At the end of this time he went to southwestern Nebraska and started a cattle industry for himself, remaining there four years. In the spring of 1880 he brought his cattle to the Black Hills and placed them at the mouth of Elk creek and on the Belle Fourche river, making his home at Rapid City. In 1888 he took up the ranch he now occupies on Box Elder creek eighteen miles from Rapid, and in 1890 he moved his family to the place where they have since made their home. He has been continuously engaged in the cattle business since his arrival in the state and has a fine ranch which is devoted exclusively to the use of his stock and raising hay for their support. In political affiliation he is an ardent Republican, and to the welfare of his party he is zealously devoted, being county commissioner in 1883 and county treasurer in 1884. For a number of years he was also a stockholder in the First National Bank of Rapid City. He is a member of the Masonic order, belonging to the lodge of the order at his home town. On September 5, 1886, he was married at Rapid City to Miss Hattie S. Ryan, a native of Indiana. They have four children, Paul, Hazel, Kate and Helen.
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Copy provided by Bruce RYAN

This biography appears on pages 744-745 in "History of Dakota Territory" by George W. Kingsbury, Vol. V (1915) Milton Frease, a resident of New Underwood, is engaged in the live-stock business, making a specialty of the breeding of Polled Durham cattle. He owns a valuable ranch property and success is attending his efforts in its management. Mr. Frease is a native of Pennsylvania. He was born at Nescopeck, January 7, 1845, a son of Samuel and Catherine (Slager) Frease, natives of New Jersey and Pennsylvania respectively. The father was a farmer by occupation and never came to the west, both he and his wife passing away in the Keystone state. Milton Frease attended school in Pennsylvania and was a student in a select school at Cutler, Ohio. In 1864, when a youth of nineteen, he enlisted as a private of Company G, One Hundred and Ninety-ninth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, with which he served until the close of the war, being mustered out at Philadelphia. He was wounded by a gunshot in the battle near Petersburg and was in the hospital for two months before he was discharged. After leaving the army he remained at home until the following year, when he removed to Ohio. He spent about four months in that state and then journeyed westward, traveling across the country. He first stopped at Julesburg, Colorado, for a time and then proceeded to Sedgwick in eastern Colorado. He was employed on construction work on the Union Pacific Railroad for about two years, after which he returned to Colorado and engaged in the cattle business for about seven years. At the end of that time he went on the Platte river and thence to the Republican, where he engaged in the cattle business. On the 1st of August, 1880, he came to South Dakota and settled at Rapid City, having his herds located on Elk creek and Belle Fourche river. He remained at Rapid City until 1890, when he removed to his ranch three miles west of New Underwood, there remaining until he took up his abode in the town. He is still engaged in the stock business and is breeding Polled Durham cattle, keeping a number of fine head on hand. He has more than two sections of land, constituting a valuable ranch property of which about one hundred and fifty acres is devoted to the raising of alfalfa. In September, 1887, Mr. Frease was married to Miss Hattie Ryan, a native of Indiana and a daughter of George and Mary Ryan, both natives of Indiana. The father devoted practically his entire life to farming and in the summer of 1880 became a resident of Pennington county, South Dakota, where he carried on general agricultural pursuits and stock raising. He also carefully managed his ranch until the fall of 1914, when he removed to the vicinity of Roseburg, Oregon, where he is now living retired. He has held various local offices and has done official service in connection with the schools. To Mr. and Mrs. Frease have been born five children: Paul, who married Miss Rimer and resides on his father's ranch; Hazel, who is attending school at Brookings, South Dakota, where she is preparing for teaching; Katherine, also in the Brookings school; and Helen and Russell, both at home. Mr. Frease and his family attend the Congregational church, although he is not a member. His political allegiance is given the republican party and he served for one term as county treasurer and for one term as county commissioner. He was also a member of the legislature for one term, having been elected to that office in 1907. He has been treasurer of the school board of the twenty-sixth independent district for twenty years and is still acting in that capacity. He is interested in all that pertains to the work of public progress and improvement in his community and his work has been an effective force for advancing the general good. In Masonry he has advanced through various degrees from the blue lodge to the Shrine and he is a member of Naja Temple of Deadwood. He likewise belongs to the Knights of Pythias, was master of the exchequer for nine years at Rapid City and is a member of the Elks lodge at Rapid City.
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BIRTH: Two South Dakota bio's on Milton Frease give 2 other birth dates: Jan. 7, 1845 and Jan. 27, 1846
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1920 US Census, Oregon, Lane Co., Eugene, ED# 237, Jan. 6, 1920 (www.ancestry.com, image 15 of 31)

lines 32-33

FREASE

Milton brother-in-law; male; white; 74; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA; yes to speaks English; no occupation

Hattie sister-in-law; female; white; 55; married; yes to read & write; b. IN; father b. IN; mother b. IN; yes to speaks English

NOTE: living in the home of James & Holly ANDERSON
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Jacob married 1 Hattie Sarah RYAN daughter of George W. RYAN and Miriam WILLIAMS on 5 Sep 1886 in Rapid City, SD. Hattie was born 2 about 1863. She died 3 after 1920.

They had the following children:

+ 327 M i Paul FREASE
  328 F ii Hazel FREASE was born 1 about 1891 in SD. She died unknown. Hazel was employed 2 as teacher in 1920 in Public school.

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1920 US Census, Oregon, Harner Co., Burns Twp., ED# 70, sheet 7A; Jan. 13, 1920 (www.ancestry.com, image 13 of 21)

line 26

FREASE, Hazel roomer; female; white; 29; single; yes to read & write; b. SD; father b. PA; mother b. IN; yes to speaks English; teacher, public school, salaried

NOTE: rooming in the home of Charles P. PAge
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  329 F iii Kathryn G. FREASE was born 1 on 27 Mar 1894. She died 2 in May 1965. Kathryn was employed 3 as teacher in 1920 in Public school. She was employed 4 as salesman in 1930.

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1920 US Census, Oregon, Morrow Co., Heppner, ED3 138, sheet 1B, Jan. 3, 1920 (www.ancestry.com, image 2 of 17)

line 73

FREASE, Kathryn boader; female; white; 24; single; yes to read & write; b. SD; father b. PA; mother b. IN; yes to speaks English; teacher, public school, salaried

NOTE: boarding in the home of Claude Chicis
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1930 US Census, South Dakota, Pennington Co., Rapid City, sheet 9B, April 2, 1930 (www.ancestry.com, image 18 of 36)

line 53

FREASE, Kathryn head; rent; female; white; 35; single; yes to read & write; b. SD; father b. PA; mother b. IN; yes to speaks English; salesman, ? where
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  330 F iv Helen M. FREASE was born 1 on 22 Dec 1896. She died 2 on 8 Nov 1988.

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1920 US Census, Oregon, Benton Co., Corvalles, ED# 7, sheet 22A (www.ancestry.com, image 43 of 49)

lines 14-15

FREASE

Helen M. boarder; female; white; 22 single; yes to attends school; yes to read & write; b. SD; father b. PA; mother b. IN

Russell B. boarder; male; white; 15; single; yes to attends school; yes to read & write; b. SD; father b. PA; mother b. IN

NOTE: boarding in the home of John C. ?
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+ 331 M v Russell FREASE

92. Mary E. FREASE (Catherine SLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 2 Sep 1846 in PA. She died 3 on 18 Nov 1939. She was buried 4 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.

Mary married (1) William R. KISHBAUGH. William was born 1, 2 on 12 May 1840 in Pennsylvania. He died 3 on 19 Mar 1881. He was buried 4 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania. William was employed 5 as powder maker in 1870/1880.

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1870 US Census Nescopeck, Luzerne Co. PA p 233A [ancestry.com 10 of 25] house 75
Willaim Kishbaugh WM 29 Powder maker Born PA
Mary WF 23 keeps house Born PA
Lula WF 3 Born PA
Amanda WF 1 Born PA ******
1880 US Census Nescopeck, Luzerne Co. PA [ancestry.com 16 of 25]
Willaim R. Kishbaugh ;WM 38 ; works in powder mill ;Born PA
Mary wife;WF 34 ;keeps house; Born PA
Ellen; daughter;WF 13 attends school; Born PA
Amanda; daughter; WF 12 attends school; Born PA
Hattie; daughter; WF 10; attends school; Born PA
Charles; son; WM 3; born PA
Gordan; son; Wm 7/12; born PA ******

They had the following children:

  332 F i Ellen KISHBAUGH "Lulu" was born 1 about 1867 in PA. She died unknown.
  333 F ii Amanda KISHBAUGH was born 1 about 1869 in PA. She died unknown.
  334 F iii Hattie KISHBAUGH was born 1 about 1870 in PA. She died unknown.
  335 F iv Kattie Emma KISHBAUGH was born 1 on 21 Sep 1873. She died 2 on 22 May 1877. She was buried 3 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.
+ 336 M v Charles F. KISHBAUGH
  337 M vi Gordon KISHBAUGH was born 1 about 1879 in PA. He died unknown.

Mary married (2) Philip HINKLE. Philip was born unknown. He died unknown.

93. Martha Ann FREASE (Catherine SLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 13 Feb 1848 in PA. She died 3 in Feb 1937.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association Manuscript says 4 sons 3 daughters

Martha married 1 Lewis TOTTEN on 29 May 1869. Lewis was born 2, 3 in 1847 in PA. He died 4 in Mar 1924.

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1910 US Census Lewis Totten Age: 62 State: PA Color: W Enumeration District: 0009 Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0025 County: Luzerne Relation: Head of Household Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Martha 62 Pennsylvania Daughter Kate Deavor 38 Pennsylvania 1 non-relative
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They had the following children:

+ 338 F i Catherine "Kate" TOTTEN
  339 F ii Mary TOTTEN was born unknown. She died unknown.
        Mary married ? KIRKENDALL. ? KIRKENDALL was born unknown. He died unknown.
  340 M iii Charles TOTTEN was born unknown. He died unknown.
  341 M iv George TOTTEN was born unknown. He died unknown.
  342 M v Eugene TOTTEN was born unknown. He died unknown.
  343 F vi Fanny TOTTEN was born unknown. She died unknown.
  344 M vii Clark TOTTEN was born unknown. He died unknown.

94. William FREASE (Catherine SLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 20 Jan 1850 in PA. He died unknown.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association Manuscript says 2 daughters

William married Phoebe Ann WHATENECHT. Phoebe was born 1 in 1854. She died 2 in 1906.

They had the following children:

  345 F i Margaret FREASE was born unknown. She died unknown.
        Margaret married ? WARNTZ. ? WARNTZ was born unknown. He died unknown.
  346 F ii Daisy FREASE was born unknown. She died unknown.
        Daisy married ? COOPER. ? COOPER was born unknown. He died unknown.

95. Miles Ross FREASE (Catherine SLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 21 Nov 1851. He died unknown.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association manuscript says 1 son

Miles married Mayme ASHWORTH. Mayme was born unknown. She died unknown.

They had the following children:

+ 347 M i Herbert FREASE

96. Emma Frances FREASE (Catherine SLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 17 Oct 1853 in PA. She died unknown.

Schleier-Svhloyer-Sloyer Family Association Manuscript says 2 sons 2 daughters

Emma married James Harvey KEPNER. James was born 1 in 1854. He died 2 in 1932.

BIRTH: Linda KLOSEK reports his birth as June 12, 1850
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DEATH: Linda KLOSEK reports his death as March 4, 1889
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They had the following children:

  348 M i Bruce A. KEPNER was born unknown. He died unknown.
+ 349 M ii Samuel Frease KEPNER
  350 F iii Laura Mabel KEPNER was born unknown. She died unknown.

Linda KLOSEK reports Laura married Albert KINGSBURY
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        Laura married ? MOORE. ? MOORE was born unknown. He died unknown.
  351 F iv Florence KEPNER was born unknown. She died unknown.

97. Susan H. FREASE (Catherine SLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 11 Nov 1855. She died 2 in 1931. She was buried 3 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association Manuscript says 2 sons 2 daughters

Susan married Nathan FREY. Nathan was born 1, 2 on 6 Sep 1853. He died 3, 4 on 27 Apr 1928. He was buried 5 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.

They had the following children:

  352 F i Mary FREY was born 1 in 1882. She died 2 in 1969. She was buried 3 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.
  353 F ii Zora M. FREY was born unknown. She died 1 on 30 Jun 1890. She was buried 2 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.

BIRTH: Linda KLOSEK reports her birth as 1885?
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  354 M iii Albert Ray FREY was born unknown. He died 1 on 15 Jul 1889. He was buried 2 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.

BIRTH: Linda KLOSEK reports his birth as Feb. 1886?
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  355 F iv Eva FREY was born unknown. She died unknown.
        Eva married Lawrence HAWK. Lawrence was born unknown. He died unknown.
  356 M v Gordon FREY was born unknown. He died unknown.

98. David Albert FREASE (Catherine SLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 25 Jun 1857 in PA. He died 3 on 18 Nov 1935. He was buried 4 in Pine Grove Cemetery; Berwick, Pennsylvania.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association Manuscript says 3 daughters

David married Mary E. WHATENECHT. Mary was born 1 on 2 Nov 1859. She died 2 on 19 Jul 1937. She was buried 3 in Pine Grove Cemetery; Berwick, Pennsylvania.

They had the following children:

  357 M i Hurly L. FREASE was born unknown. He died unknown.
  358 F ii Roy Peterman FREASE was born unknown. She died unknown.
  359 F iii Florence FREASE was born unknown. She died unknown.

99. Maria M. SCHLOYER (Michael SCHLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 20 Dec 1843 in Pennsylvania. She died 2 on 2 Mar 1926. She was buried 3 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery, Nescopeck, Pennsylvania. Maria was baptized 4 on 3 Mar 1844 in NC, LC, PA, sponsors John BITTENBENDER & Caroline nee FRY.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association manuscript says 2 sons 2 daughters

Maria married James THRASH son of William THRASH and Elizabeth ?. James was born 1, 2 in Oct 1848 in Pennsylvania. He died 3 in 1922. He was buried 4 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery, Nescopeck, Pennsylvania. James was employed 5 as farmer in 1880/1900.

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1880 US Census Nescopeck, Luzerne Co. PA p 263 [ancestry.com 10 of 25] house 108
James Thrash WM 32 Farmer born in PA
Maria [nee Schloyer] wife WF 34 born in PA
Jennie daughter WF 2 born in PA
Albert Whitnacht WM 18 farm laborer ******
1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Salem twp. ED# 138, sheet 6A, June 13, 1900 (series T623, roll 1435, p. 126)

lines 46-50
THRASH

James H. head; white; male; b. Oct 1848, 52; married, 22 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farmer; yes to read, write & speaks English; rent, farm

Maria wife; white; female; b. Dec 1843, 56; married, 22 years; had 3 children, 2 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

William son; white; male; b. June 1880, 19; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farm laborer; yes to read, write & speaks English

Albert L. son; white; male; b. May 1882, 18; single; b> PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farm laborer; yes to read, write & speaks English

BOYLEN, Marie boarder; white; female; b. Sept 1880, 19; single; b. Pa; father b. UN; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English
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1910 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Nescopeck, ED# 81, May 2, 1910 (series T624, roll 1368, p. 19)

lines 47-48
THROSH

James H. head; male; white; 61; married1, 32 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farmer, general farm, own account; yes to read & write; own, free, farm

Mariah wife; female; white; 67; married1, 32 years; had 3 children, 2 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write
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1920 US Census Nescopeck, Luzerne Co. PA [ancestry.com 2 of 15]
house 15
James Thrash head, owns home, WM 72 married, reads/writes Born PA,father born PA, mother born PA laborer on farm
Maria wife WF 76 married, reads/writes Born PA,father born PA, mother born PA ******

BIRTH: Linda KLOSEK reports his birth year as 1848 - SLOYER manuscript says b. Dec 20, 1847
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They had the following children:

  360 F i Jennie Mabel THRASH was born 1, 2 on 9 Feb 1878 in Pennsylvania. She died 3, 4 on 8 Dec 1889. She was buried 5 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery, Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.
  361 M ii William Dallas THRASH was born 1 on 20 Jun 1880 in Pennsylvania. He died 2 on 9 Nov 1918.
        William married Jennie ?. Jennie was born unknown. She died unknown.
+ 362 M iii Albert Lorenzo THRASH

100. Silas SCHLOYER (Michael SCHLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 16 Jul 1845 in Pennsylvania. He died 3, 4 on 27 Sep 1879. He was buried 5 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania. Silas was baptized 6 on 25 Dec 1845.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association manuscript says 2 daughters
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1870 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Nescopeck Twp., July 12, 1870 (series M593, roll 1366, p. 233)

lines 6-7
SLOYER

Silas 24; male; white; works at powder mill; b. PA; if married in last year what month, Feb

Anna 21; female; white; keeping house; b. PA; married in last year, Feb

NOTE: living between William KISHBAUGH and his father, Michael SLOYER
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Silas married Christina SMITH. Christina was born 1, 2, 3 on 2 Mar 1850 in Pennsylvania. She died 4, 5 on 25 Jul 1925. She was buried 6 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.

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1880 US Census Nescopeck, Luzerne Co. PA p 263 [ancestry.com 10 of 25] house 111

Ann Schloyer WF 30, [widow of Silas Schloyer-brother of Alexander and Maria above]born in PA
Catherine WF 9 born in PA
Elizabeth WF 7 born in PA
Sarah WF 4 born in PA
Mary WF 1 born in PA ******
1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Nescopeck Twp., ED# 97, sheet 9A, June 1, 1900 (series T623, roll 1433, p. 112

lines 9-12
SLOYER

Anna head; white; female; b. Mar 1850, 50; widowed; had 4 children, 3 living; b. PA; father b. NJ; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English; own, home

STOHEY, Bruce W. son-in-law; white; male; b. Mar 1876, 24; married, 2 years; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; laborer, railroad; yes to read, write & speaks English

Mary daughter; white; female; b. Dec 1878, 2; married, 2 years; had 1 child, 1 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

Mildred A. granddaughter; white; female; b. Dec 1897, 2; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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They had the following children:

+ 363 F i Elizabeth E. SLOYER
+ 364 F ii Catherine Laura SLOYER
  365 F iii Sarah SCHLOYER was born 1 in 1876 in Pennsylvania. She died 2 before 1900.

DEATH: In the 1900 census, Sarah's mother reports she had 4 children with 3 living. Since her 3 sisters are accounted for it is thought Sarah died before 1900.
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        Sarah married Wiliam GILBERT. Wiliam was born unknown. He died unknown.
+ 366 F iv Mary SLOYER

102. Alexander SCHLOYER (Michael SCHLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2, 3 on 1 Jan 1850 in Pennsylvania. He died 4 on 10 Feb 1882. He was buried 5 in Mt. Zion Union Church Cemetery; Schloyerville, Pennsylvania. Alexander was baptized 6 on 4 Mar 1850. He was employed 7 as carpenter in 1880.

Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association manuscript says 1 son 3 daughters
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1880 US Census Nescopeck, Luzerne Co. PA p 263 [ancestry.com 10 of 25] house 107
Alexander Schloyer WM 30; Carpenter born in PA
Sarah [nee Thrash] wife WF 24 born in PA
Cora; daughter WF 1 born in PA ******

Alexander married Sarah THRASH daughter of William THRASH and Elizabeth ?. Sarah was born 1 about 1856 in Pennsylvania. She died unknown.

They had the following children:

+ 367 F i Cora A. SLOYER
  368 M ii George E. SLOYER was born 1 in Oct 1880. He died 2 on 7 Jun 1881. He was buried 3 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery, Nescopeck, Luzerne Co., PA.

103. Albanus Benjamin SCHLOYER (Michael SCHLOYER , Jacob SCHLEYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 23 Jan 1854 in Pennsylvania. He died 3, 4 on 9 Mar 1932. He was buried 5 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania. Albanus was baptized 6 on 20 May 1854. He was employed 7 as farmer in 1900/1910.

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1880 US Census Nescopeck, Luzerne Co. PA [ancestry.com 2 of 25]
Albanus Schloyer; WM 26; works on farm; born PA
Elizabeth wife; WF 24; keeps house; born PA
Boyd J;son ; WM 5; born PA
Mary; daughter; WF 2; born PA ******
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1900 occupation reported as farmer.
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Schleier-Schloyer-Sloyer Family Association manuscript says 4 sons 4 daughters
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1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Nescopeck (series T623, roll 1433, p.105)

lines 2-6
SLOYER

Albanus head; white; male; b. Jan 1855, 45; married, 26; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farmer; yes to read, write & speaks English; rent, farm

Elizabeth wife; femalw; white; b. Feb 1856, 44; married, 26; had 6 children, 6 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English

Lillie I. daughter; female; white; b. Feb 1885, 15; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; ; at school, 7 months; yes to read, write & speaks English

Willard A. son; male; white; b. June 1889, 10; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; at school, 7 months; yes to read, write & speaks English

Harry A. son; male; white; b. Aug 1895, 4; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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1910 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., nescopeck (series T624, roll 1368, p. 19)

lines 62-67
SCHOYER

Albanus head; male; white; 55; widowed; b. PA; father b. PA; farmer,general farm, own account; yes to read & write; own, free, farm

Willard A. son; male; white; 20; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; no occupation; yes to read & write

Harry A. son; male; white; 14; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & attends school

EROH, Morris O. son-in-law; male; white; 24; married, 2; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; laborer, paper mill, wages; yes to read & write

Lillie I. daughter; female; white; 25; married, 2; had 1 child, 1 living; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; servant, private family, wages; yes to read & write

Kenneth G. grandson; male; white; 2; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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1920 US Census Nescopeck, Luzerne Co. PA[ancestry.com 2 of 15] house 12

Albanus Schloyer head, owns home, WM 64 married, reads/writes Born PA,father born PA, mother born PA Farmer

Catherine, wife, WF 26 married, reads/writes Born PA,father born PA, mother born PA

Anna, daughter, WF 14, attends school, reads/writes Born PA,father born PA, mother born PA

Mordria[?] son, WM 7, attends school, reads/writes Born PA,father born PA, mother born PA

Ida, daughter, WF 3/12, Born PA,father born PA, mother born PA
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1930 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Nescopeck, ED #144, sheet 2A, April 7, 1930 (www.ancestry.com, image 3 of 14)

lines 31-36

SCHLOYER

Albanus Sr. head; own; yes a farm; male; white; 75; married, 29 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; farmer, farm

Catherine wife; female; white; 40; married, 26 age at first marriage; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

Mordica son; male; white; 17; single; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; laborer, farm

Ida daughter; female; white 10; single; yes to attends school; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

Beatheir daughter; female; white; 6; single; yes to attends school; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

Albanus Jr. son; male; white; ?; single; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA

NOTE: SMITH family members report Beathier

NOTE: next visit is Albanus's daughter Anna JONES
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BIRTH: 1900 census gives his birth year as 1855
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Albanus Benjamin Schloyer

Birth: Jan. 23, 1854 Luzerne County Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Mar. 9, 1932 Luzerne County Pennsylvania, USA

H/o (1st) Elizabeth E. Kishbaugh H/o (2nd) Catherine Clara McAfee

Family links: Spouse: Elizabeth E Kishbaugh Schloyer (1856 - 1908)
Children: Mary May Schloyer Kishbaugh (1877 - 1962) * Harry Albanus Schloyer (1895 - 1967)

Burial: Mount Zion Cemetery Briggsville Luzerne County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Rich Stackhouse Record added: Jul 28, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 74058446
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Albanus married 1 (1) Elizabeth E. KISHBAUGH daughter of Jacob KISHBAUGH and Lavina MYERS about 1874. Elizabeth was born 2, 3 on 2 Feb 1856 in Pennsylvania. She died 4, 5 on 16 Oct 1908. She was buried 6 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery; Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.

They had the following children:

  369 M i Boyd Jacob SCHLOYER was born 1 on 14 Feb 1875 in Pennsylvania. He died 2 in 1957. He was buried 3 in Pine Grove Annex Cemetery; Berwick, Pennsylvania. Boyd was baptized 4 on 25 Jul 1875 in Mt. Zion Church Church, Nescopeck, L, PA; sponsors: parents. He was employed 5 as laborer in 1910 in machine shop. He was employed 6 as laborer in 1920 in Steel works.

Joyce GODFREY research

1900 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Nescopeck (series T623, roll 1433, p. 112)

lines 56-57
SLOYER

Boyd head; male; white; b. Feb 1875, 25; married, 3; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; laborer machine shop; yes to read, write & speaks English; rents house

Laura M. wife; female; white; b. Feb 1875, 25; married, 3; had 0 children; b. b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read, write & speaks English
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Joyce GODFREY research

1910 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Nescopeck (series T524, roll 1368, p. 10)

lines 54-55
SCHLOY

Boyd J.head; male; white; 35; married1, 13; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; laborer, machine shop, wages; yes to read & write' own, free, home

Saur M. wife; female; white; 35; married1, 13; had 0 children; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; yes to read & write
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Jay WILLIS research

World War I draft registration dated September 12, 1918 Boyd Jacob Sloyer West 4th St., Nescopeck, Luzurene Co. PA age 43, born February 14, 1892 Employed as pipe inspector by American Car &Fdy Co, Berwick, PA nearest relative Laura M. Sloyer, West 4th St., Nescopeck, Luzurene Co. PA short height, medium build, black hair, brown eyes
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Joyce Godfrey research:

1920 US Census, Pennsylvania, Luzerne Co., Nescopeck, ED #138, sheet 13B (www.ancestry.com, image # 21)

lines 33-34

SCHLOYER

Boyd J. head; own, free; male; white, 44, married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA; laborer, steel car factory, wages

Laura wife; female; white; 44; married; yes to read & write; b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. PA
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        Boyd married Laura M. KARCHNER. Laura was born 1, 2 on 3 Feb 1875 in Pennsylvania. She died 3 in 1951. She was buried 4 in Pine Grove Annex Cemetery; Berwick, Pennsylvania.
+ 370 F ii Mary May SCHLOYER
+ 371 F iii Maggie Florence SCHLOYER
+ 372 F iv Lillie Irene SCHLOYER
+ 373 M v Willard Albert SCHLOYER
+ 374 M vi Harry Albanus SCHLOYER

Albanus married (2) Catherine Clara MCAFEE daughter of Elias "Eli" MCAFEE and Ida Lavina SLUSSER after 1908. Catherine was born 1 on 2 Mar 1881. She died 2 in 1962. She was buried 3 in Elan Memorial Park; Lime Ridge, Pennsylvania.

They had the following children:

+ 375 F vii Anna E. SCHLOYER
  376 M viii Mord SLOYER was born 1 on 11 May 1912. He died 2, 3 on 25 Sep 1983. He was buried 4 in Rose Lawn Cemetery; Berwick, Pennsylvania. He was related to his parents by adoption.

Mord SLOYER was the biological child of Clara and her first husband, Milford SMITH. Jim MOYER reports that Mord used the SLOYER surname, but his children bore the SMITH surname. SLOYER is also the surname that appears on Mord's gravestone. Mord was the half brother of Catherine Clara McAfee SLOYER - it is not known if his adoption was formally legalized or he just assumed the SLOYER surname
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Jim MOYER also reports Mord had 5 sons. It would appear Fred, Karl, Dale & Robert used the SMITH surname and Michael Lee used the SLOYER name. More research is needed but possibly the first four are from the 1st marriage when Jim OYER reports the SMITH name was used, and Michael Lee is from the 2nd marriage?
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Mord W. Sloyer

Birth: May 11, 1912
Death: Sep. 25, 1983

Born to unknown parents he married Elanore M. Craford and then after her death Connie Calone. It is unknown which of his children belongs with which spouse but his children are: Fred, Karl, Dale, Robert and Michael Lee.He was employed at the Wanamie -Nanticoke Lurnis Colliery and as a punch Shear operator for AC&F industries in Berwick for 24 years.A member of the Nescopeck Fire Company and a social member of the Nescopeck VFW, the Mifflin Twp. Fire Company and the Garbaldi Society of Berwick.

Burial: Roselawn Cemetery Berwick Columbia County Pennsylvania, USA
Maintained by: Sue Herbine Originally Created by: Sue Herbine <fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46609300> Record added: Jun 30, 2004 Find A Grave Memorial# 9019385
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Social Security Death Index <http://www.ancestry.com> about Mord Sloyer
Name: Mord Sloyer

Last Residence: 18635 Nescopeck, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Born: 11 May 1912
Died: Sep 1983
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951)
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        Mord married (1) Elanore M. CRAFORD. Elanore was born unknown. She died unknown.
        Mord married (2) Connie CALONE.
+ 377 F ix Ida Glendora SCHLOYER
+ 378 M x Beathier Albert SCHLOYER
  379 M xi Albanus Elias SCHLOYER was born 1 in 1930. He died 2 in 1936. He was buried 3 in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery, Nescopeck, Pennsylvania.

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