The FREDERICK Family

HISTORY OF HANOVER TOWNSHIP AND WYOMING VALLEY

Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
By: Henry Blackman Plumb, 1885, 498 pp.
Robert Baur, Printer and Stationer, Wilkes-Barre, PA

Website Compiled By: James H. Culbert


THE FREDERICK FAMILY
CONTAINED IN THE HANOVER GENEALOGICAL TABLES TO 1830, pp. 413-414

This page last updated: 20 Jun 2009

Note: Additions to the information found in Plumb's History of Hanover are shown below in red text.

? FREDERICK came from Holland to Northampton County; married a German woman from Strasburg; they lived and died in Northampton County.  They had:

John FREDERICK 2 ([blank] FREDERICK 1) was born in Northampton County; married Christiann FOGLE; came to Hanover with his family in 1821; lived on the Back Road near Solomon's Creek; died in Wilkes-Barre about 1852.  They had:

Isaac FREDERICK 3 (John, 2 [blank] FREDERICK 1) was born in Northampton County in 1805; came to Hanover in 1821 with his father's family; married Jane HANNIS; removed to Illinois in 1855.  They had:

Daniel FREDERICK 3 (John, 2 [blank] FREDERICK 1) was born in Northampton County in 1807; came to Hanover with his father in 1821; married Christiann STEELE; lives [in 1885] in Hanover at Newtown, near Ashley.  They had:

Joseph FREDERICK 3 (John, 2 [blank] FREDERICK 1) was born in Northampton County in 1810; came to Hanover with his father's family in 1821; married Lovina SAUM; resides [in 1885] in Wilkes-Barre near the Hanover line on the Hazleton road.  They had:

Charles FREDERICK 3 (John, 2 [blank] FREDERICK 1) was born in Northampton County in 1813; came to Hanover with his father's family in 1821; married Susan M. KREIDLER; resides [in 1885] in a house of theirs standing on the site of the old Daniel KREIDLER dwelling by the side of the Lehigh & Susquehanna railroad, at the foot of the lower plane at Ashley.  They had:


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