6. Jacob L. EICHELBERGER. Born
on 4 Dec 1864 in Lanc Co, PA. Jacob
L. died in Manheim, Lanc Co, PA on 12 Feb 1935; he was 70. Buried in Jerusalem Lutheran,
Warwick Twp, Lanc Co, PA. Occupation:
Resided: RD #3, Lititz, Lanc Co, PA
Jacob L. married Leah H. BLATT. Born in 1864 in Berks Co, PA. Leah H. died in Lanc Co, PA in 1960; she was 96. Buried in Jerusalem Lutheran, Warwick Twp, Lanc Co, PA.
They had the following children:
|i.||William B.. Born in 1888 in Manheim Twp, Lanc Co, PA. William B. died ? .
On 9 Mar 1912 when William B. was 24, he married Helen S. DEMMEY, in Columbia, PA. Born in 1891 in Columbia, PA. Helen S. died ? .
|12||ii.||Walter B. (1889-?)|
|iii.||May. Christened in Resided: Lititz, Lanc Co, PA.
May married Unknown ANDREWS.
Resided: Green Banks, New Holland, Lanc Co, PA
John married Katie REDCAY.
Harry married Stella FREDRICK.
Noah married Helen UNKNOWN.
From Shillington, PA
Christian married Anna RENCICOTTA.
Lily married John MOHN.
Brother to Ellsworth Mohn who married Katie Pfautz.
Ida married John DOURTE.
|vii.||Emma. Born abt 1901 in Lanc Co, PA. Emma
died ? .
After Emma's first husband, Terry Piccone, died, she married his brother, Tony Piccone.
Emma first married Terry PICCONE.
Emma second married Tony PICCONE.
Katie married Ellsworth MOHN.
Brother to John Mohn who married Lily Pfautz.
|ix.||Anna E.. Born on 28 May 1905 in Oregon, Lanc Co, PA., Anna
E. died in Conestoga View, Lanc Twp, Lanc Co, PA on 26 Jul 1999;
she was 94.,
SS# 189-32-1424. Buried in Landis Valley Cemetery, Lanc
OBIT - "Shopping News from Ephrata" Tuesday, August 3, 1999: ANNA E. PFAUTZ, 94 formerly of Ephrata, died of natural causes on Monday morning, July 26, at Conestoga View, Lancaster, where she was a resident since December 11, 1998. Born in Oregon, Lancaster County, she was a daughter of the late Henry K. and Emma G. (Eichelberger) Pfautz. She was a 73 year member of Salem United Methodist Church, Rothsville, where she was a former Sunday School teacher of the adult class for 20 years, formerly involved with the United Methodist Church Women and was very instrumental in the prayer ministry of her church, especially with missionary efforts. She was a 1931 graduate of the Chicago Evangelistic Institute, where she studied 4 years for teaching and Bible instruction. Her missionary work began in the fall of 1931 in China, where she studied the Chinese language and taught children in various villages until 1940. She returned to the states in 1940 and taught kindergarten and supervised elementary grades at various schools. Miss Pfautz returned in 1946 to China where she continued her missionary work until government unrest demanded her exit in 1951. She was also employed since her missionary work at the former Stahli Silk Mill, former Harris's Store, former Newberry's, former Silco and last by Modem Cleaners, all of Ephrata. A hobby she won Ephrata Farmer's Day prizes for over the years was crocheting and tatting, of which she was always giving gifts to friends and family. Although never having children of her own, she raised and cared for 3 orphan Chinese girls while serving in their country and has heard from them over the years. Surviving are nieces and nephews.
|x.||Clara. Born in 1906 in Lanc Co, PA. Clara
died in Lanc Co, PA in 1956; she was 50. Buried
in Landis Valley Cemetery, Lanc Co, PA.
Had a stillborn baby.
Clara married Richard KULP. They were divorced.
|14||i.||Susan V. (1895-1955)|
|ii.||Gertrude May. Born on 20 Apr 1898 in Manheim Twp, Lanc
Co, PA. Gertrude May died
Left home at an early age and never heard from again.
|15||iii.||Cora I. (1899-1992)|
|iv.||Anna M.. Born on 14 Mar 1905 in Bowmansville, Lanc Co,
PA. Anna M. died ? in Lanc
Placed children in Millersville Home before death.
Medical: Cause of death was suicide by turning on gas jets of stove.
Anna M. married Unknown HACKMAN.
|16||v.||Ellen Nora (1906-1949)|
|17||vi.||Andrew W. (1907-1997)|
|vii.||Phares. Born abt 1910 in Brunnerville, Lanc Co, PA. Phares died in Germany on
12 Oct 1945; he was 35. Buried
in Conestoga Memorial Cemetery, Lanc Co, PA.
OBIT - LOCAL SOLDIER DIES IN GERMANY - PHARES RODMAN IN ARMY SINCE 1926: A local soldier, who was due for retirement from the U. S. Army next year, died in Germany on Oct. 12 as a result of injuries sustained in a vehicle collision, according to word received here today. T-Sgt. Phares Rodman, thirty-five, 34 E. Ross St., was serving with the All-Mobile Military Police Force in Germany at the time of the accident. Details were not given in the telegram received by his sister, Mrs. John Christ, same address. Sgt. Rodman enlisted in the Army June 19, 1926, and was serving his sixth enlistment. He was awarded the Purple Heart for injuries received Feb. 25, 1945, in Germany. Born in Brunnerville, Warwick Twp., a son of the late William and Ellen Eichelberger Rodman, he was a menber of the local VFW. Surviving are three sisters and one brother, Susan, wife of Elmer Hollinger, Ephrata R1; Cora, wife of Bertram Sheaffer, this city; Ellen, wife of Mr. John Christ, with whom he resided, and Andrew Rodman, Witmer. The telegram received from the Secretary of War stated that the body will be sent to the States for burial.
|i.||Chester. Born on 10 Jul 1898 in West Earl Twp, Lanc
Co, PA. Chester died on
17 Oct 1966; he was 68.
Chester married Laura MILLER.
|ii.||Ada. Born on 10 Oct 1899. Ada
died on 13 Oct 1973; she was 74.
Ada married William BIRKENBINE.
|iii.||Harry. Born on 16 Jul 1901. Harry
died ? .
Harry married Martha LANDIS.
|iv.||Lizzie. Born on 22 Jan 1903. Lizzie
died ? .
THE OREGON TOLL GATE: In 1915 when Lizzie Eichelberger Bender of Landis Homes, Lititz, PA, was 12 years old, she went to live with her Grandma Susanna Gable Eichelberger who operated the Oregon Toll Gate located near Oregon, PA. Grandma Eichelberger was then 74 years old and needed help especially when the automobile came out for transportation and over the busy time of the Lancaster Fair. Neighbors helped Grandma Eichelberger and Lizzie by bringing good food to eat while sitting at the toll gate on busy days. The toll fair from Oregon to Roseville was 12 cents. Going to church on Sunday was free. Sometimes people would get by without paying because Grandma Eichelberger would fall asleep on the job. Grandpa Eichelberger died at an early age, and Grandma was a Christian lady who raised seven children with the money she earned by keeping toll. Once a month Lizzie had the job helping to carry the money bag with mostly pennies to the pike directors, John Shriner and Lem Shirk, who lived about a mile from the toll gate. Lizzie earned 10 cents to walk that mile with a heavy load. The toll pike, which passes Oregon Dairy, was paid for in 1923. Tokens were used to pay toll.
Lizzie married David BENDER.
|v.||Elsie May. Born on 15 May 1904. Elsie May died in 1919; she was 14.|
|vi.||Lillie. Born on 12 Oct 1905. Lillie
died ? .
Lillie married Robert HASSLER.
|viii.||George D.. Born on 12 May 1909. George
D. died on 14 Oct 1985; he was 76.
George D. married Ruth BELL.
|ix.||Leroy. Born on 9 Jun 1911. Leroy
died in May 1980; he was 68.
Leroy married Lyda MOORE.
|x.||Clarence. Born on 20 Jan 1913. Clarence died on 20 Jan 1913.|
|xi.||Irvin D.. Born on 20 Sep 1915 in Oregon, Lanc Co, PA., Irvin
D. died in Columbia, PA on 18 Dec 1999; he was 84., SS# 173-03-7868.
Irvin D. first married Mildred NEUHAUSER. Mildred died in 1968.
Irvin D. second married Elizabeth AMBROSE.
|xii.||Lester D.. Born on 25 Jan 1921. Lester D. died in 1927; he was 5.|