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 Christiann <I>Kratzer</I> Baer

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Christiann Kratzer Baer

Birth
Treichlers, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
4 Aug 1914 (aged 78)
Allentown, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Allentown, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, USA
Memorial ID
70715015 View Source

She married Peter Baer on January 06, 1872.

Mrs. Christiann Baer, nee Dreisbach, died Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock of internal cancer at her late home, No. 924 Oak street, aged eighty years, 10 month and twelve days.
Deceased was born at Treichlers Northampton county, September 23, 1833 and was the daughter of Peter Kratzer and his wife, Polly, nee Houston. Her first husband, Daniel Dreisbach, died during the time of the Civil War of illness at Memphis, Tenn. He had been a private in Company G, Forty-sixth Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Her second husband was the late Peter Baer.
Three daughters and two sons survive from their first union. They are Mrs. Jacob Steinmetz, of Northampton; Mrs. Jonathan Moyer, Mrs. Martha Breidinger and Ammon P. Dreisbach, of Allentown, and George H. Dreisbach, of South Allentown. One sister, Mrs. Catharine Williams, of Walnutport, and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren also survive.
The funeral will be held on Friday at 2 0,clock from her home. A teacher from the International Bible School of Brooklyn will officiate. Burial will be made in Greenwood cemetery.
Morning Call Wednesday August 05, 1914 Page 2

She married Peter Baer on January 06, 1872.

Mrs. Christiann Baer, nee Dreisbach, died Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock of internal cancer at her late home, No. 924 Oak street, aged eighty years, 10 month and twelve days.
Deceased was born at Treichlers Northampton county, September 23, 1833 and was the daughter of Peter Kratzer and his wife, Polly, nee Houston. Her first husband, Daniel Dreisbach, died during the time of the Civil War of illness at Memphis, Tenn. He had been a private in Company G, Forty-sixth Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Her second husband was the late Peter Baer.
Three daughters and two sons survive from their first union. They are Mrs. Jacob Steinmetz, of Northampton; Mrs. Jonathan Moyer, Mrs. Martha Breidinger and Ammon P. Dreisbach, of Allentown, and George H. Dreisbach, of South Allentown. One sister, Mrs. Catharine Williams, of Walnutport, and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren also survive.
The funeral will be held on Friday at 2 0,clock from her home. A teacher from the International Bible School of Brooklyn will officiate. Burial will be made in Greenwood cemetery.
Morning Call Wednesday August 05, 1914 Page 2


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Note: Headstone says the last name is Bear. Birth year on headstone indicated 1833


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