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THE KRIEGER-CREAGER FAMILY
of
Hans Ernst Krieger




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CREAGER, KRIEGER, & OTHER VARIANTS
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(George b 1735, George b abt. 1740, George W. b 1867, George M. b 1893, etc.)

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A = Adam, Alice, Amelia, and the like.
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CARL6 CREAGER
(Peter II5, Peter I4, Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger)
See: "A" for ARTHUR CARL6 CREAGER, son of Peter5 CREAGER II & #2 Margaret Elizabeth CHAMBERLAIN.


CASPER2 KRIEGER, s/o Hans Ernst1 KRIEGER & #3 Catharina WERNER, was born 1662-1663 in Kleingartach, Neckarkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany and immigrated to America with his family.
[Note: In records, he is found as Johann Caspar Krieger, Johann Casper Creager, Caspar Kreiger, and Casper Krieger.]
Click on his name to access his biography.


CASPER4 CREAGER, s/o Johann Christian3 CREAGER (Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and Anna Mary ABOLINA, was born abt. 1763 in Frederick County, Maryland. He married 2 April 1809 to Anna Barbara SCHMIDT/SMITH, dau/o Adam SCHMIDT/SMITH.
Click on his name to access his biography.


CATHARINE6 CREAGER, dau/o Thomas5 CREAGER (Johann Heinrich4, Conrad3, Johann Casper2 Creager/Krieger, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and Elizabeth LECKLIDER, born between 03 December 1825 probably in Darke County, Ohio (perhaps Montgomery County, Ohio); married 4 July 1844 at the Christian Church in Darke County, Ohio to Daniel4 BORN/BURNS (Henry3 BORN/BURNS, Jr., Henry BORN, Sr.2, Ernst1 BORN) He was born 17 December 1814 in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania; died 23 April 1886 Horatio, Darke County, Ohio. Catherine attended daughter's (Jennie) funeral, who died 6 days later (CREAGER, Irene, Creager History), 1985) Catherine died 24 February 1999 Darke County, Ohio. They were the parents of: Thomas J.5, William H.5, and Mary Jane "Jennie"5 BURNS. (Families of Darke County, Ohio, Darke Co. Genealogical Society, Greenville, OH: CREAGER, p. 218 by Phyllis J. Crick of Greenville, OH)

Cregor, Catharine & Born [aka Burns], Daniel 04 Jul 1844
Geo. Adams, MG (Minister of the Gospel), Christian Church
Darke Co., OH: Early Marriages 1817-1850, Book 3, Page 56


1850 U. S. Federal Census
Darke County, Ohio
Adams Township
25 October 1850
#37-37
(Internet, Heritage Quest: Series: M432 Roll: 674 Page: 338 Image: 6)
Burns, Daniel, 36 [abt. 1814], male, farmer, Real Estate $900, born Pennsylvania
Burns, Catharine, 25, female, born Ohio
Burns, Mary Jane, 3, female, born Ohio
Burns, Thomas J., 8/12, male, born Ohio
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1860 U. S. Federal Census
Darke County, Ohio
Adams Township
Post Office: Gettysburg
28 July 1860
#1636-1651
(Internet, Heritage Quest: Series: M653 Roll: 956 Page: 482 Image: 36)
Burns, Daniel, 43, male, farmer, Real Estate $2000, Personal Property $800, born Pennsylvania
Burns, Catharine, 38, female, born Ohio
Burns, Mary, 13, female, born Ohio
Burns, Thomas J., 10, male, born Ohio
Burns, Wm. H., 8, male, born Ohio
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1870 U. S. Federal Census
Darke County, Ohio
Adams Township
Post Office: Gettysburg
21 June 1870
#247-243
(Internet, Heritage Quest: Series: M593 Roll: 1194 Page: 51 Image: 32)
Borns, Daniel, 55, male, white, farmer, Real Estate $3500, Personal Property $1514, born Ohio (sic)
Borns, Catharine, 48, female, white, Keeping House, born Ohio
Borns, Thomas J., 20, male, white, Works on farm, born Ohio
Borns, William H., 18, male, white, Works on farm, born Ohio
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1880 U. S. Federal Census
Darke County, Ohio
West Adams Township
18 June 1880
#218
(Internet, Heritage Quest: Series: T9 Roll: 1010 Page: 23 Image: 9)
Burns, Daniel, white, male, 66, married, farmer, born Pennsylvania; both parents b PA
Borns, Catharine, white, female, 58, married, Keeping House, born Ohio; both parents b MD
Burns, Mary J., white, female, 32, daughter, divorced, born Ohio; father b PA; mother b OH
Borns, Thomas J., white, male, 30, son, single, farmer, born Ohio; father b PA; mother b OH
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1880 U. S. Federal Census
Darke County, Ohio
West Adams Township
19 June 1880
#240
(Internet, Heritage Quest: Series: T9 Roll: 1010 Page: 24 Image: 11)
Burns, William H., white, male, 28, married, farmer, born Ohio; father b OH (sic); mother b OH
Burns, Carrie, white, female, 22, wife, married, Keeping House, born Ohio; both parents b MD
Burns, Earl F., white, male, 6, son, single, born Ohio; both parents b OH
Burns, Harvey, white, male, 2, son, single, born Ohio; both parents b OH
Creager, Daniel, white, male, 60, uncle, single, Works on farm, born Ohio; both parents b MD



Courtesy of:
Paul Creager
14 Oct 2006
Greenville Journal, 30 Apr 1886, p. 4



CHARLES EDWARD7 CREAGER, son of William Otterbein6 CREAGER (William H.5, Peter I4, Adam3, Johann Casper2 Creager/Krieger, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and Sarah Isabelle "Belle" BASORE, was born 28 April 1873 near Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio. He married (1) Elizabeth J. "Lizzie" FLEENOR, born 1873 OH, died 26 Oct 1924 Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK; married (2) Elizabeth [--?--], born 4 Mar 1897 KS, died 19 Jan 1970. In politics he was a Republican, U. S. Representative from Oklahoma's 3rd District in 1909-11. He died of emphysema on 11 Jan 1964 in Mukogee, Muskogee County, OK. His interment was at the Greenhill Cemetery, Muskogee, Muskogee County, OK. Only known son was Baron G.8 Creager.

Courtesy of: Paul Creager
1900 U. S. Federal Census, Columbus Ward 19, Franklin County, OH: Charles E. Creager, 27; 1st wife, and son, Baron.
1910 U. S. Federal Census, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK: C. E. Creager, 36; 1st wife, and son, Baron.
1920 U. S. Federal Census, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK: Charles E. Creazer, 46; 1st wife
1930 U. S. Federal Census, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK: Charles E. Creager, 56; 2nd wife, Elizabeth

Courtesy of: Paul Creager
Creager, Charles E. (Author), The Fourteenth Ohio National Guard--The Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry: A complete record of this organization from its foundation to the present day. With full account of strike, riot, and complimentary duty, and the campaign in the Spanish-American War. Columbus: Landon Printing Co., 1899. Copy at the Ohioana Library, Columbus, OH
[Note: Click on his name to see a letter from Mrs. Charles E. Creager to a Mr. Robert L. Creager] [Note: See also: Political Graveyard] (Courtesy of: Paul Creager)



CHRISTIAN CREAGER, s/o Daniel A. CREAGER, was born 5 Feb 1788, married 19 December 1821 Hardin County, Kentucky to Sarah E. BIRD.

Gravestone:
CHRISTIAN
CREAGER
BORN
FEB 5, 1788
DIED
SEPT 27, 1863

Courtesy of:
James Creager
2004



CHRISTIAN WILLIAM5 CREAGER, s/o Casper4 CREAGER (Johann Christian3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and Barbara SCHMIDT, was born 24 November 1812 in Frederick County, Maryland; married Susan DOLAN; died 1892 Montgomery County, Ohio; and buried at David's Cemetery in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio.
Click on his name to access his biography.
Also, see: David's Church Cemetery, Montgomery Co., OH: CREAGER BURIALS


CHRISTIAN HENRY 5 CREAGER, s/o Peter4 CREAGER I (Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and his 2nd wife, Elizabeth Rike, was born 16 August 1821 Montgomery County, Ohio; married 23 December 1841 Montgomery County, Ohio to (1) Susannah OBENCHAIN (b 1822 - d 12 November 1862 at 40y 13d); married 15 February 1863 Preble County, Ohio to (2) Elizabeth (BANFILL) METTERT, possibly a widow; owned the C. H. Creager Mill; was a very prominent businessman and citizen in Whitley County, IN [JB-D]; died 20 May 1906 Thorncreek Twp., Whitley, Whitley County, Indiana, and buried at the New Cleveland Cemetery, South Whitley, Whitley County, Indiana. Elizabeth was born 1831; died 1895; and buried at the New Cleveland Cemetery, South Whitley, Whitley County, Indiana. Elizabeth is believed to have been the dau/o John Banfill and Anna Maria "Hannah" Price. Elizabeth married 1849 Preble Co., OH to (1) David C. METTERT. Her sister, Julia Ann, married Christian's brother, John Reuben Creager. Children of Christian and Susannah: Samuel, Catherine, Mary Ann, Wm. R., Lydia M., Martha E., John H., & Malvina Creager. Children of Christian and Susannah: Joseph E., Oscar Banfill, Laura Arminta, and Melissa A. Creager.

August 2007, Courtesy of: Jean Fremion-McKibben


Courtesy of: 2007, Jean Fremion McKibbon

SUSANNAH (OBENCHAIN) CREAGER, 1st wf/o Christian Henry Creager
New Cleveland Cemetery (aka South Whitley Cemetery), Whitley County, Indiana


Courtesy of: JaLeen Bultman-Deardurff [JB-D]
18 October 2006
CHRISTIAN HENRY5 CREAGER and his 2nd wife, ELIZABETH BANFILL

New Cleveland Cemetery (aka South Whitley Cemetery), Whitley County, Indiana



CORA FRANCES6 CREAGER, dau/o Solomon5CREAGER (John Henry4, Conrad3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and Maria MARTIN , was born about 1845 Adams Twp., Darke County, Ohio. She married her sister Urhina's widower, John Louis PRUGH (b 1829), who predeceased her. Cora was buried 16 July 1936 at the Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio in Section 102, Lot 2975.
(Source: 16 Oct 2006, E-mail to ASH: Paul Creager)

1900 U. S. Federal Census, PRUGH, Cora F., Dayton, Montgomery County, OH (lived with Pearl SIGLER, her son-in-law)
1910 U. S. Federal Census, Cora F. Prugh, 65, Dayton Ward 2, Montgomery County, Ohio
1920 U. S. Federal Census, Cora Prugh, 76, Van Buren, Montgomery County, Ohio
1930 U. S. Federal Census, Cora F. Prugh 86, Van Buren, Montgomery County, Ohio




Courtesy of:
Paul Creager
14 Oct 2006

Dayton Journal
15 July 1936



CYRUS H.6 CREAGER was the son of Henry5 CREAGER (Christian4, Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1Krieger) & Elizabeth PRUGH. He was a Civil War veteran, who never married. He was a farmer, who resided at R. R. #7 in Van Buren Township, Montgomery County, Ohio at time of death on 12 August 1918 from a cerebral hemorrhage at 75 years 2 months 2 days. He was buried at David's Cemetery on 15 August 1918. Roy Creager, nephew of Cyrus, provided information given in his death record.
Also, see: David's Church Cemetery, Montgomery Co., OH: CREAGER BURIALS

  

Cyrus H. Creager
Courtesy of:
Paul Creager
5 May 2006



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