May 23, 1926 Carlisle Cumberland County Pennsylvania, USA
Ambrose Peffer, 25, born Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, son of Wiliam G. & Rebecca G. Peffer, and Blanche A. Sassaman, 27, born Union County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Aug. S. & Sophia Sassaman, were married June 13, 1889 at Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. (Source: Marriage License) ===============================
Ambrose Peffer, 56, born Pennsylvania, son of William G. & Rebecca (Washmurd) Peffer, and Elizabeth Porter, 52, born Pennsylvania, daughter of Emmanuel & Elizabeth (Smith) Wolf, were married August 25, 1920 at Dillsburg, York County, Pennsylvania. Ambrose's previous wife died November 14, 1913; Elizabeth's previous husband died December 17, 1913. (Source: Marriage License) ===============================
Dr. Ambrose Peffer, coroner of Cumberland county (sic), died Sunday after at 2 o'clock in the Carlisle Hospital. Death was due from heart trouble, from which he has been ill since May 1.
Doctor Peffer, who was the son of William Glancy and Rebecca Washwood Peffer, was a member of an old and prominent Cumberland county (sic) family, and was for many years a physician in Carlisle and Dillsburg.
Doctor Peffer was a native of Carlisle where he made his home until about six years ago, when he moved to Newville. He was at one time physician at the Cumberland County Home and Hospital for the Insane.
He was serving his second term as coroner, having succeeded Dr. J.H. Dearhoff, of Mechanicsburg. He was elected on the Democratic ticket.
Doctor Peffer, who was 61 years old, was taken to the Carlisle Hospital on May 18, when his condition became serious. He is survive by his wife, one daughter from a former marriage, and a sister.
The Gettysburg Times (Gettysburg, PA) Monday Evening, May 24, 1926; pg. 2, col. 5