|Death: ||Feb. 10, 1755|
As per the paper to the right, he may have died about 1756.
Jacob was born in Salford Township , he was a Mennonite. He lived his life as a farmer, owning a 180 acre plantation in Lower Salford Twp., Montgomery Co., PA and he died there The late Barbara Ford, genealogist for the Oberholtzer family association has stated very clearly that there had never been a marriage between an Oberholtzer and a Haldeman, Further, that Christian Haldeman did not have a daughter named Deborah. And that Jacob Oberholtzer's wife WAS Deborah Krey. There have been many files shown with Haldeman as his wife which are not correct. Jacob married Deborah Krey 1728 in in Salford Twp., Montgomery Co., Pa....
MANY MANY ERRORS HAVE BEEN PROVEN IN THE Elisha Loomis BOOK BY BARBARA FORD GENEALOGIST FOR THE OVERHOLSER ASSOCIATION>>>
She is now deceased but she was always working on the Oberholtzer lines and had proven errors. We have letters from MR. Loomis to our Oberholtzers as to their family line. They are most interesting.
Just for the record, there are hundreds of errors in the Loomis book that the Overholser assoc. are trying to correct.
Jacob Oberholtzer (1691 - 1755)
Anna Frey Oberholtzer (1691 - ____)
Deborah Krey Oberholtzer (1724 - ____)*
Henry Oberholtzer (1746 - 1783)*
Franconia Mennonite Church
Created by: Lynne Ream
Record added: Oct 15, 2011
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May you rest in peace, Jacob. According to church records & U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970, Jacob & Deborah were married in 1728 in Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA.|
Added: Oct. 21, 2013
RIP dear ancestor|
Mary Gordon Mathely
Added: Apr. 14, 2012
We want you to know that we appreciate what you went through in your lifetime, and that you were the good people you were. It will be nice to meet you on the other side and hear your life story.|
Added: Nov. 1, 2011