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Benjamin Frederick Gaul
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Birth: Feb. 23, 1888
Lancaster County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Aug. 3, 1959
Delaware County
Pennsylvania, USA

B. Frederick Gaul, s/o Benjamin F. and Martha (Herr) Gaul, married (first) Margaret A. Gaul with whom he had 3 children, Constance, Benjamin and Ethel Gaul, and (second) Anna G. E. (Robison) Peirce Gaul. A graduate of Darby High School, he was a foreman of the Atlantic Refining Co. He was a member of Lansdowne Lodge 711, F & AM, and of Christ Lutheran Church, Upper Darby. 
Family links: 
  Benjamin Franklin Gaul (1855 - 1934)
  Martha Matilda Herr Gaul (1859 - 1929)
  Margaret A Vance Gaul (1888 - 1936)
  Anna Grove Ely Robison Peirce Gaul (1888 - 1971)*
  Constance M Gaul Goodman (1911 - 1994)*
  Ethel E Gaul Heaney (1924 - 2006)*
  Eli Marshall Gaul (1880 - 1950)*
  Bertha Mae Gaul Berghof (1883 - 1930)*
  Rufus Andrew Gaul (1884 - 1936)*
  Benjamin Frederick Gaul (1888 - 1959)
  Oliver Franklin Gaul (1890 - 1963)*
  Martha Matilda Gaul Montgomery (1896 - 1977)*
*Calculated relationship
Mount Zion Cemetery
Delaware County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section 1, Lot 336
Maintained by: Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett
Originally Created by: Nancy Gibson Lowe
Record added: May 02, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26548020
Benjamin Frederick Gaul
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Benjamin Frederick Gaul
Added by: Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett
Benjamin Frederick Gaul
Added by: Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett
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Rev. Hans Herr descendant (7154).
- Bill D.
 Added: Dec. 7, 2014
You were a wonderful gardener who, every summer, had a big garden and grew the most delicious peaches that you canned to enjoy all year. Rest in peace Pappy.
- Nancy Gibson Lowe
 Added: May. 2, 2008

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