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researching Peter Fleischer b. abt 1790 m. Mary Workinger Centre, PA
Posted by: Ann Karbassi (ID *****0962) Date: March 28, 2007 at 05:19:53
In Reply to: Fleischers Dauphin Cty. 1811 by Fred Whitsett of 33

I'm researching Peter & Mary Flysher (from 1850 census) Fleisher. Mary (Polly?)______ Workinger m. Peter Fleisher Aft. Jan. 1842.
Spouse William Workinger whom she married abt. 1823 died in Jan. 1842 in Centre Co., PA. Burial unknown.

Working/er children:
Rebecca Working b. Jan. 20, 1824 m. William Cassner b. 1843
John Working b. Feb. 11, 1826 m. Selina _______ in 1846
Henry Working b. Feb 24, 1828
David Working b. Mar 8, 1830
Elizabeth Workinger b. Apr 28, 1837 m. William Cronoble b. Sep. 9, 1836 in 1858
Catharine Workinger b. Apr 28, 1837 twin of Elizabeth m. Josiah W. Kline (abt. 1833-abt. 1863) Catharine then married her deceased sister's husband William R. Cronoble on Jan. 23, 1864 WI. Catharine died Aft. 1820 in Appleton, Swift, MN (my line)

I don't know if it's a custom to add "er" to the end of a Working surname for females in this family.

I wonder when Mary Fleisher married Peter. Were there any children of the couple?, and where they are buried.

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