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Elias Kehler
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Birth: Dec. 13, 1824
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jan. 9, 1891
Shenandoah
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA

Husband of Esther "Hettie" FISHER Kehler, father of Sarah, Ellen, Jonathan, Henry, Mary, Emma Kate "Cassie", Wilson, Lincoln, Louis and Sealer Kehler. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Johannes Hepler Kehler (1804 - 1866)
  Catherine Knerr Kehler (1806 - 1891)
 
 Spouse:
  Esther Fisher Kehler (1829 - 1882)
 
 Children:
  Ellen Kehler (1848 - 1900)*
  Sarah Kehler Shirey (1848 - 1882)*
  Mary Kehler Morgan (1852 - 1935)*
  Harry Fisher Kehler (1852 - 1926)*
  John H Kahler (1854 - 1903)*
  Emma Kate Kehler Kurtz (1856 - 1936)*
  Wilson Kehler (1858 - 1937)*
  Lewis Kehler (1859 - 1864)*
  Lincoln Kehler (1861 - 1864)*
  Sealer Kehler (1863 - 1864)*
 
 Siblings:
  Elias Kehler (1824 - 1891)
  Joseph Knerr Kehler (1827 - 1897)*
  Charles Kehler (1830 - 1880)*
  Catharine Kehler Wetzel (1836 - 1903)*
  Benjamin K Kehler (1837 - 1903)*
  Harriet Kehler Hepler (1842 - 1926)*
  Susan K Kehler Dunkelberger (1844 - 1926)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Shenandoah Heights
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section 10 Row 9
 
Created by: S M
Record added: Aug 17, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95495229
Elias Kehler
Added by: S M
 
Elias Kehler
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- Terry
 Added: May. 24, 2015
In memory of my 3x Grandfather. So nice to have been able to travel to visit your grave site and very memorable. You will always be remembered~~Hettie
- S M
 Added: Sep. 19, 2013
 
 
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