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Bertha Mae Yeager Corl
Birth: 1872
Marysville
Perry County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: 1934
New Cumberland
Cumberland County
Pennsylvania, USA

Bertha married Harry Luther Corl and lived in Harrisburg Pa. She and Harry raised 8 children, 4 boys & 4 girls. Her father, and family came from Baden, Germany and settled in Rye Twp. Perry County, Pa. Bertha died at her daughter's home in New Cumberland Pa.

Bertha's father was Jacob Yeager who was a German Immigrant. He later was found in Chambersburg after Bertha's marriage.

Bertha's four boys were; William Harry Corl, Sr. Herman Corl, Prosper Dilan, and Howard Corl. Daughters included Alma, Frances, Emma.

The info above was taken from the Ancestery.com record of the census. There is one daughter missing yet. 
 
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 Spouse:
  Harry Luther Corl (1868 - 1926)
 
 Children:
  William Henry Corl (1894 - 1960)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Wife of Harry L. Corl
 
Burial:
Chestnut Grove Cemetery
Marysville
Perry County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Bill Corl
Record added: Mar 21, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8541141
Bertha Mae <i>Yeager</i> Corl
Added by: Bill Corl
 
Bertha Mae <i>Yeager</i> Corl
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