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Francina Reeder Chambers
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Birth: Sep. 15, 1758
Hopewell
Mercer County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Jul. 25, 1814
Hopewell
Mercer County
New Jersey, USA

Francina was the daughter of John Reeder and Hannah Mershon. She married Capt. Robert Chambers Jr. on 22 Nov. 1781. She died aged 56 years.

The birth and death place above, and the following reference were contributed by Scott Balyer (thanks):

"The remains of both rest under the northeast corner of First Presbyterian Church, Trenton, as indicated by marble slab in outside wall" 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Reeder (1725 - 1788)
  Hannah Mershon Reeder (1732 - 1781)
 
 Spouse:
  Robert Chambers (1758 - 1813)
 
 Children:
  Robert Chambers (1788 - 1865)*
  Abigail C. Chambers Hendry Carver (1790 - 1882)*
  Reeder Chambers (1792 - 1831)*
  Montgomery Chambers (1796 - 1880)*
  David Chambers (1801 - 1880)*
  Andrew Reeder Chambers (1804 - 1871)*
 
 Siblings:
  Isaac Reeder (1754 - 1784)*
  Andrew Reeder (1755 - 1824)*
  John Reeder (1757 - 1830)*
  Francina Reeder Chambers (1758 - 1814)
  Abigail Reeder (1760 - 1838)*
  Letitia Reeder Krewson Hunt (1761 - 1796)*
  Hannah Reeder Hartley (1764 - 1838)*
  Abner Reeder (1766 - 1841)*
  Amos Reeder (1770 - 1855)*
  Mercy Reeder Prall (1774 - 1798)*
  Elizabeth Reeder Landis (1776 - 1831)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Heartfelt thanks to Scott Balyer for creating this memorial.
 
Burial:
First Presbyterian Churchyard
Trenton
Mercer County
New Jersey, USA
Plot: tablets in East Wall of Church
 
Maintained by: Joseph R. Klett
Originally Created by: Scott Balyer
Record added: Nov 24, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101230594
 

May you rest in peace. (From a nephew, a few times removed.)
- Joseph R. Klett
 Added: Jan. 9, 2014
 
 
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