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THE KRIEGER-CREAGER FAMILY
of
Hans Ernst Krieger




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(George b 1735, George b abt. 1740, George W. b 1867, George M. b 1893, etc.)

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EARL DELMAR8 CREAGER, son of Walter Perle7 CREAGER (Abner6, John Carl/Christian5, Christian4, Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1Krieger) and Marietta "Etta" YOUNG, was born 15 December 1872; married Eleanora Agnes WILKE. He died 17 May 1891. Both he and his wife are buried at David's Cemetery, Montgomery County, Ohio.
Also, see: David's Church Cemetery, Montgomery Co., OH: CREAGER BURIALS

Courtesy of:
Kenneth W. Striker of Dayton, OH


  
Courtesy of: Reinhold B. Braunberger of Dayton, OH
18 May 2006



EARL L.8 CREAGER, son of Joe Scott7 Creager (James Asley6, William Sawyer or M. or F.5, John George4, George Valentine3 Creager, Johann Caspar2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and Frances Ruth Buchanon, was born 26 April 1908 in Quanah, Hardemen County, Texas . He married 11 June 1928 at Electra, Wichita County, Texas to (1) Irene Eugenia KELLER; married 23 December 1939 Las Cruces, New Mexico to (2) Hilda Grace BOMBERGER; died 17 July 1963 Santa Ana, Orange County, California; buried Grave 1142, Section X, Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, San Diego County, California.

Courtesty of:
Joe S. Creager
4 June 2006



ELIZABETH JANE 6 CREAGER was the third child of Samuel5 CREAGER (1809-1892) and his wife, Mary Jane LESLIE (1812-1892). She was married 22 April 1842 in Indiana to Jefferson HANELINE (1841-1911). They were the parents of 10 children: Almada Amanda Arabel "Belle" b 1865; Mary S. b 1866; Clara Margett b 1868; Mamie A. b 1870; Elmer Wallace b 1872; Jennie Alpha b 1874; Orpha Florence b either 1871-1875; Hattie G. b 1879; Homer Leroy b 1880; and Arthur Lincoln Creager b 1883. Elizabeth died 19 July 1903 probably in Whitley County, Indiana. Both Elizabeth and Jefferson are buried at the Eberhard Cemetery on Keiser Road east of Eberhard, 2300 West Keiser Road, Columbia Township, Whitley County, Indiana.

Gravestone
Jefferson Haneline & Elizabeth Jane Creager
(Elizabeth Jane6, Samuel5, Peter4 I, Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger)

Courtesy of Photographer: Thom Haneline
Thom7 Haneline (Elizabeth Jane6 (Creager) Haneline, Samuel5 Creager, Peter I4, Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger)



EMANUEL5 CREAGER, s/o Christian4 Creager (Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) & Anna Mary Woolf, was born 1 July 1811; married Mary Jane SWADENER; died March 21, 1886. Mary Jane (b 1819- d 1876) was the dau/o Henry and Elenor (SUMAN) SWADENER (also found spelled SWADNER).
Also, see: David's Church Cemetery, Montgomery Co., OH: CREAGER BURIALS
Click on his name to read his biographical sketch.


EMERSON T.7 CREAGER, s/o John R.6 CREAGER (Wm. Henry5, Peter I4, Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger & Elizabeth "Lizzy" HARP, was born 8 August 1880 Verona, Ohio; married May / Mae WESTFALL; employed as a refrigerator salesman; died 29 May 1939 Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio at 58y 9m 21d of a cerebral hermorrhage; and was buried at Memorial Park.

Courtesy of: Paul Creager
14 Jan 2006




EMORY F.7 CREAGER, son of John Wesley6 CREAGER (John Carl5, Christian4, Adam3 Creager, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and Sarah "Sally" Ellen HIMES, was born 1896; married Glady V. [--?--] (1896-1975); died 1955. Both are buried at David's Cemetery, Van Buren Twp., Montgomery County, Ohio. Nothing more is known about Emory or Gladys at this time.
Also, see: David's Church Cemetery, Montgomery Co., OH: CREAGER BURIALS


Emory F. and Gladys V.
Creager



ERNST1 KRIEGER (aka Hans Ernst Krieger) was born between 1662 - 1663 in or near Stein-Zimmern, Switzerland/Alsace/Austria; married three times: (1) Anna Elizabetha ZUBER, (2) Christina KEGEL, (3) Catharina WERNER; and died 20 May 1715 Kleingartach, Neckarkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany.
Click on his name to read his biographical sketch.
Visit this GEDCOM on WorldConnect: DESCENDANTS of HANS ERNST KRIEGER.




ESAIAS6 CREAGER, s/o Thomas5 CREAGER (Johann Heinrich4 Creager, Conrad3, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) & Elizabeth LECKLIDER, was born 7 October 1816 in Ohio; married 8 January 1840 Miami County, Ohio to Susan DUNCAN; died 31 July 1873 probably Darke County, Ohio at 57y 10m 24d; buried Gettysburg Cemetery, near Gettysburg, Adams Twp., Darke Co., Ohio. Susan of unknown parentage was born 1826 in Pennsylvania; died 18 March 1872 probably Darke County, Ohio at 58y 5m 26d; and was buried at Gettysburg Cemetery, near Gettysburg, Adams Twp., Darke Co., Ohio. It appears from the estate records that Esaias died possessing only the land on which he resided. They were the parents of two known children:
1. Sarah E. CREAGER b 1841 who married William W. C. JOHNSON
2. William T. CREAGER b 1844 married Sarah "Sallie" Jane CREAGER, and appears to have died or disappeared months or years after his father's death. He evidently never returned to Darke Co., Ohio, as Sarah later filed for divorce and remarried. Click on his name to see his brief biography and his last letter, which was found in his father's estate packet. His father had died within days following the dated letter.
Courtesy of: Paul Creager
24 May 2006





ESAU DAVID5 KRIEGER, b 1819; m Amanda STAUFER/STAUFFER; & d 1903.
(Daniel4, Conrad3, Johann Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger)

This photo appeared on Ebay from 18 Feb 2001 to 25 Feb 2001
Information included: "This is an early hand colored photo of the CREAGER and STAUFFER family from Fredrick, Maryland. The picture is by J. Byerly and measures 51/2" x 71/2 overall with matt is 61'2 x81/2."

Kuno Krieger of Germany has identified the photo of:
Esau David Creager, his wife, Amanda Staufer, and their children.



EZRA5 CREAGER, s/o Peter4 CREAGER (Adam3 Creager, Johan Casper2 Krieger/Creager, Hans Ernst1 Krieger) and Elizabeth RIKE, was born 18 November 1813 in Farmersville, Montgomery County, Ohio. He married 14 February 1834 at the Coolman/Coleman Home, Montgomery County, Ohio, U.S.A. to Delila/Delilah FORD. Delila/Delilah was the dau/o Mordecai FORD and Delilah MILLS. Both of her parents died young, so Delila/Delilah at age 10 was adopted by the John Coleman family in Montgomery County, Ohio. Ezra died 13 September 1887 in Washington Township, Preble County, Ohio, and his wife on 18 April 1892 also in Preble County, Ohio. Both are buried a the Zion Cemetery, Montgomery County, Ohio. They were the parents of nine children: Elizabeth Ann, Lydia Margaret, John Reuben, Mary Ann, Levi Anderson, Catherine Margaret, Angeline, Joseph Franklin, and Mary Jane.

Courtesy of: Paul Creager
24 May 2006

Dayton Daily Journal, 23 Sep 1887, p. 3

Mordecai had the following children: Joseph 1806, Mordecai 1807, Royston 1811, Delila(Delilah) 1814, Doctor Richard 1816, Mary"Polly" 1821. Her brother Mordecai and sister Mary were mentioned in Delilah Ford Creager's obituary. This proves that Mordecai Sr. did not die in the War of 1812. I don't understand why Delilah Ford Creager was adopted by the Coleman Family. Mordecai Sr. did not die until after 1821 and her mother Deliah did not die until 1840. I have researched the Ford family for several years and I still haven't put all of the puzzle pieces together. (Source: 5 Mar 2015, E-mail to ASH: Rolly B., ggg-gs/o Mordecai Ford & and gg-gs/o his son Royston.





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