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Re: Francis Asbury Kessler, Maryland
Posted by: James Windsor (ID *****6889) Date: March 01, 2012 at 18:25:52
In Reply to: Francis Asbury Kessler, Maryland by Lynn Kessler of 1467

16       Angeline3 Windsor (Zadock2, Thomas1), the daughter of Zadock Windsor and Jane (Lewis). She was born 10 January 1809, and died 18 March 1879, at Urbana, Frederick Co. Maryland. She is buried Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fredericktown, Frederick Co. Maryland.
She married Jacob Kessler, on 1 December 1832, in Frederick Co. Maryland, the son of . He was born 19 April 1802, in Frederick Co. Maryland, and died 25 January 1885, in Frederick Co. Maryland. He is buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Fredericktown, Frederick Co. Maryland.

1850 census Frederick Co. Maryland, Buckeye town district, p. 230, no. 376-380:
       KESSLER, Jacob, 45, farmer, $700, Md
              Angeline, 41, Md
              George E., 17, laborer, Md
              Jane E., 15, Md
              William H., 12, Md
              John H., 10, Md
              Zadock W., 9, Md
              Angelina R. R., 2, Md
              John, 50, Md
       SCOGGINS, Rachel, 15, black, Md

1860 census Jacob Kessler and family not found.

1870 census Frederick Co. Maryland, Urbana District no. 7, p. 320, sheet 23, no. 149-151:
       KESSLER, Jacob, 68, blacksmith, $1500/ $460, Maryland
              John, 69, wheelwright, Maryland
              Angeline, 61, keeping house, Maryland
              Angeline R. R., 24, Maryland
              Francis A., 16, works on farm, Maryland
       KNODE, Susan, 9, Maryland
       HALL, Edward, 15, works on farm, Maryland

1880 census Frederick Co. Maryland, Urbana district, e.d. 78, p. 267C, sheet 27, no. 223-223:
       KESSLER, Jacob, 78, widow, at home, blind, Maryland/ Virginia/ Md
              John, 79, brother, single, at home, Maryland/ Virginia/ Md
              Frank A., 26, son, single, farmer, Maryland/ Md/ Md
       JOHNSON, Lillie, 15, house keeper, keeping house, District Columbia/ Dist C/ DC
       HOWARD, Clifton B., 14, servant, servant, attends school, cannot read/ write, Maryland/ Md/ Md

THE NEWS, Frederick City Maryland, 28 January 1885, p. 4, Funerals Yesterday,— Jacob Kessler, Esq., an old and honored citizen of this county, was buried from his late residence in Urbana District. He had reached the advanced age of 83 years, nearly 60 of which he was a consistent member of the Methodist Church, and died in the communion of the M. E. Church, South. Appropriate religious services were observed at the house. The scripture lessons were read and prayer offered by Rev. J. N. McCormick. The sermon was preached by Rev. J. L. Kilgore, D. D., from 1 Cor. xv. “Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep,” was sung, after which the body was removed to the hearse, and the funeral formed and proceded to Mt. Olivet Cemetery, this city, where the body was interred; Rev. J. N. McCormick reading the burial service. F. Schroeder, undertaker.


Children of Jacob and Angeline3 (Windsor) Kessler:

       i.       George Emory Kessler, b. 5 November 1833, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d c1875, probably at Baltimore, Baltimore Co. Maryland.
                            Married: Charlotte ——, c1856, in Maryland; b. c1836, in Maryland; living 1880 census Baltimore Co. Maryland.

                            1860 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Baltimore City, Ward 18, p. 322A sheet 716, no. 4717-4939:
                            KESSLER, Geo., 26, master mason, real estate $1500, personal estate, $600, Maryland
                                          Charlotte, 24, keeping house, Maryland
                                          William, 3, Maryland
                                          Charles, 6 mos., Maryland
                                   WADE, Joseph, 21, bricklayer, Maryland
                                   GREENER, Elizth, 15, servant, Maryland

                            1870 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Baltimore City, Ward 19, p. 322A &B, sheet 159 &160, no. 1043-1318:
                                   KESSLER, Geo., 36, brick mason, Md
                                          Charlotte, 34, keeping house, Md
                                          William, 12, at school, Md
                                          Kate, 9, Md
                                          Edward, 6, Md
                                          Harry, 3, Md
                                          Susan, 25, seamstress, Md

                            1880 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Baltimore City, Ward 19, e.d. 190, p. 70D sheet 4D, 46 North Stricker Street, no. 8-10:
                                   KESLER, William, 22, son, single, druggist clerk, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          Edward, 16, store clerk, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          Harry, 14, son, at school, Maryland/ Md/ Md                                                 Katie, 18, daughter, milliner, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                     →              Charlotte, 43,widow, keeps house, Maryland/ Maryland/ Md

                            Children of George Washington Kessler and Charlotte (——): i. William (c1857-), ii. Charles (1860-), iii. Kate “Katie” (c1861-), iv. Edward (c1864-) and v. Harry (c1867-) Kessler.
       ii.       June (or Jane) Elizabeth Kessler, b. 9 March 1835, in Frederick Co. Maryland.
       iii.       William Henry Harrison Kessler, b. 7 November 1836, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d. 13 December 1912, in Washington, D. C., aged 76. He is buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Fredericktown, Frederick Co. Maryland, He was a Private, Confederate States Army, 35th battalion Virginia Cavalry, Co. B. His occupation in 1900 was a machinist in the Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.
                            Married:
                            1) Eliza Ann Yeaste, on 21 May 1858, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d. before 1862.
                            2) Susannna Jane Shipley, “Susan”, on 18 February 1862, in Frederick Co. Maryland, the daughter of Thomas Shipley and Elizabeth (Deems); b. 13 December 1835, in Maryland; d. 17 January 1908, at Washington, D. C., aged 73. She is buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Fredericktown, Frederick Co. Maryland.

                            1870 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Ward 20, p. 522A, sheet 219, no. 1409-1685:
                            KESLER, W. H., 32, carpenter, Maryland
                                   Jennie S., 33, keeping house, Maryland
                                   Lillie, 11, Maryland
                                   Wm. T., son, 4, Maryland
                                   Clarence M., 2, Maryland
                                   Blanche, 1 mo., Maryland

                            1880 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Precinct 2, Ward 6, e.d. 52, p. 176A, sheet 9, no. 67-18:
                            KESLER, Wm. H., head, 45, solicitor, has diptheria, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Susan, wife, 43, keeping house, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Wm. T., son, 14, at school, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Clarence, son, 12, at school, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Claude, son, 7, at school, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Blanch, daughter, 5, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland

                            1900 census Washington D. C., Precinct 2, Ward 6, e.d. 118, p. 204A, sheet 12A, 215 New Jersey Avenue NW, no. 158-201:
                            KESLER, Wm. H., head, Nov 1836, 63, md. 38 yrs, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, machinist – navy yard, can read/ write, rents house
                                   Susan J., wife, Dec 1837, 62, md. 38 yrs, 5 children 3 living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   Blanch I., daughter, June 1877, 22, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write

                            1910 census Washington D. C., e.d. 208, p. 127A, sheet 9A, 1212 Irving Street, no. 156-163:
                            COOLEY, Raymond J., head, 26, 1st md., md. 3 yrs, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, veterinarian – office, can read/ write, owns house free of mortgage
                                   Blanche, wife, 33, 1st md., md. 3 yrs, 1 child - (blank) living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                            KESLER, W. H. H., father-in-law, 73, widow, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                            ROSE, Claude C., lodger, 26, single, Ohio/ Ohio/ Ohio, clerk – government, can read/ write
                            PETITT, Joseph T., lodger, 25, single, New York/ New York/ New York, no occupation, can read/ write

                            THE NEWS, Frederick City Maryland, 18 January 1908, p. 4, The Work of Death, Mrs. Wm. H. Kessler, “Mrs. Susanna J. Kessler, wife of Wm. H. Kessler, died yesterday in Washington, of general debility, in the 73rd year of her age. Her remains will be brought to this city on Monday at 10:50 a.m. The funeral will take palce form the B. and O. depot and interment will be made in Mt. Olivet cemetery.
                            THE NEWS, Frederick City Maryland, 14 December 1912, p. 4, The Work of Death, Wm. H. H. Kesler, “Mr. William H. H. Kesler died at his home in Washington, yesterday, from general debility, aged 76 years, 1 month and 6 days. Mr. Kesler was formerly from near Adamstown. His remains will be brought to this city tomorrow on the 11:58 B. and O. Washington train and interment will be made in Mt. Olivet cemetery. F. Schroeder has charge of the funeral.”
                            THE NEWS, Frederick City Maryland, 16 December 1912, p. 12, FUNERALS, “The remains of William H. H. Kesler arrived from Washington yesterday upon the arrival of the 11:58 B. and O. train. The funeral took place from the depot, with brief services at the grave at Mt. Olivet cemetery. The pallbearers were his nephews, Cromwell, Philip and Herbert, of Adamstown, Charles and Ernest Kessler, of Washington, and James Cooley, of near Urbana. Beautiful floral tributes were sent by sympathizing friends. F. Schroeder was the funeral director.”
                            Children of William Henry Harrison Kessler and Susan Jane (Shipley): i. William (1866-), ii. Clarense M. S. (1868-1886), iii. Blanche V. (1870-1871), iv. Claude Deans (1873-1930), v. Adele (1876-1920) and vi Blanche I. (1877-). Kessler.
       iv.       John Hanson Kessler, b. 16 September 1838, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d. 10 May 1904, at Buckeyestown, Frederick Co. Maryland. He is buried in St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Cemetery, Buckeyestown, Maryland.
                            He was a Catholic, also was a member of the Frederick Co. Maryland Brass Band.
                            Married:
                            1) Lucy8 Ann Orrick Cromwell, “Lucy”, (Nicholas7, Philemon6, Richard5, Joseph4, William3, William2, Henry1, OliverA, HenryB, RichardC, Morgan WilliamsD, JohnE Williams), c1865, probably in Frederick Co. Maryland, the daughter of Nicholas C. Cromwell and Catherine (Clemm); b. 17 February 1841, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d. 1 April 1876, in Frederick Co. Maryland.
                     
                            1870 census Frederick Co. Maryland, District 1, p. 10B, sheet 20, no. 5-5:
                            CROMWELL, Nick, 71, farmer, real estate $27,972 / personal estate $3000, Md (Maryland)
                                   Catharine, 65, Md
                                   Melville, 25, Md
                                   Jewey, 25, female, Md (probably Lucy Cromwell, wife of John H. Kessler)
                                   Philemon C., 21, Md
                            KESSLER, John H., 35, Md
                                   Ellen R., 4, Md
                                   Ernest W., 2, Md
                                   Charles E., 1, Md
                                   Channy G. F., 16, appr, Md
                                   Augusta, 13, appr, Md
                            CLEM, J. E., 55, Md
                            RIGGS, Lucy, 60, black, domestic, Md
                                   Harriet, 55, black, Md
                            LEWIS, Matthias, 6, black, Md

                            Children of John Hanson Kessler and Lucy Ann Orrick (Cromwell): i. Ellen R. (c1865-before 1870), ii. Clem Cromwell (1866-1937, suicide by hanging), iii. Earnest Windsor (1867-1938), iv. Charles E. (1869-c1925), v. Philemon Clem Cromwell “Phillip” (1871-1924), vi. Herbert Victor (1873-1949) and vii. Lucy Catherine E. (1875-1955) Kessler.

                            John Hanson Kessler married:
                            2) Elizabeth Ann Green “Lizzie”, c1877, probably in Frederick Co. Maryland, the daughter of Bennett Green; b. January 1852; “Annie” Kessler d. possibly 19 June 1933, at Baltimore Co. Maryland cert. e91429; living 1930, in Baltimore, Maryland. (Note: An “Annie E. Keesler” d. 12 August 1936, Baltimore, cert. F26530.)

                            1880 census Frederick Co. Maryland, Buckeyestown, e.d. 66, p. 26 A & 26B, sheet 21A & 22B, no. 160-166:
                                   KESSLER, John H., 41, farmer, Maryland/ Md (Maryland)/ Md
                                          Lizzie A., 28, wife, keeping house, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          L. Cromwell, 13, son, at home, attends school, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          Earnest W., 11, son, at home, attends school, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          Charles E., 10, son, attends school, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          Philemon C., 9, son, attends school, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          Victor H., 7, son, attends school, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          Lucy C., 5, daughter, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          John H., 2, son, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                          Mary R., 10 mos. (Sept.), daughter, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                   GREEN, Elizabeth, 69, aunt, single, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                            CONDER, William 45, black, servant, laborer, cannot read/ cannot write, Virginia/ Va/ Va
                            CONDER, Abraham, 40, black, servant, laborer, cannot read/ cannot write, Virginia/ Va/ Va
                            CONDER, George, 12, black, servant, laborer, cannot read/ cannot write, Virginia/ Va/ Va
                            GALWAY, Mary E., 6, black, servant, Virginia/ Va/ Va                     

                            1900 census Frederick Co. Maryland, Buckeyestown, e.d. 21, p. 12A, sheet 2B, no. 25-26:
                            KESSLER, John H., head, Sept 1838, 61, md. 23 yrs, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farmer, can read/ write, owns farm free of mortgage
                                   Lizbeth A., wife, Jan 1851, 49, md. 23 yrs, 11 children 9 living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farmer, can read/ write
                                   Hebert V., son, July 1873, 26, single, farm laborer, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farm laborer, can read/ write
                                   Virginia M., daughter, Sept 1879, 20, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   Lillian G., daughter, Sept 1880, 19, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   James B., son, June 1885, 15, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farm laborer, attended school 4 mos., can read/ write
                                   Clarence M., son, Jan 1888, 12, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farm laborer, attended school 4 mos., can read/ write
                                   Margaret M., daughter, Jan 1889, 10, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, attanded school 8 mos., can read/ write
                                   Francis A., daughter, June 1889, 10, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, attended school 8 mos., can read/ write (Note: should be male, son.)
                                   Thomas J., son, Aug 1891, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, attended school 8 mos., can read/ write
                                   Marey F., daughter, Jan 1894, 6, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland

                            THE NEWS, Frederick City Maryland, 11 May 1904, p. 3, The Work of Death, John H. Kessler, “John H. Kessler, aged 68 years, one of the best know farmers of Frederick county, died last evening at his home, near Buckeyestown, of general debility, aged 67 years. Mr. Kessler is survived by a widow, his second wife, and fifteen children, all but three of whom reside in this county. He was the father of 17 children, two of whom are dead. All of his living children were present at his death–bed. The funeral will take place Friday morning at 10 o’clock. The services will be held at St. Joseph’s Catholic church on the manor and interment will be made in the graveyard adjoining the church. He was born in Urbana district, this county, and for the past forty years has resided in Buckeyestown district. He was a prominent Democrat and was formerly president of the board of election supervisors for Frederick county.”
                            FREDERICK EXAMINER, Frederick City Maryland, 18 May 1904,
KESSLER, “John H. Kesser, aged 68 years, one of the best known farmers of Frederick county, died Tuesday evening, at his home, near Buckeystown, of general debility, aged 67 years. Mrs. Kessler is surved by a widow, his second wife, and fifteen children.”

                            1910 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Batltimore City, Ward 16, e.d. 269, p. 59B, sheet 12B, 708 Monroe Street, no. 239-247:
                            KESSLER, Elizabeth A., head, 59, widow, 11 children 9 living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   Mary R., daughter, 28, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, milliner – department store, can read/ write
                                   Lillian G., daughter, 27, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, milliner – department store, can read/ write
                                   Margaret M., daughter, 20, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, saleslady – department store, can read/ write
                                   Frances H., daughter, 20, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, milliner – department store, can read/ write
                                   Thomas J., son, 18, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, cashier – lunch room, can read/ write
                                   Marie E., daughter, 16, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, saleslady – department store, can read/ write

                            1920 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Batl;timore City, Ward 28, e.d. 464, p. 199A, sheet 4A, 4223 Belview Avenue, no. 61-75:
                            REITER, Frank T., head, owns house – free of mortgage, 30, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, biyuer – wholesale grocery
                                   Marie E., wife, 25, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Frank T. Jr., son, 5, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Elizabeth L., daughter, 3y 4m, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                            KESSLER, Elizabeth A., mother-in-law, 68, widow, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland              

                            1930 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Batl;timore City, Ward 28, e.d. 4 – 449, p. 265B, sheet 20B, 4223 Belview Avenue, no. 206-253:
                            REITER, Frank T., head, owns house – value $8000, owns a radio, 40, age at 1st md. 23, can read/ write, Maryland/ Germany/ Maryland, grocer - wholesale
                                   Marit E., wife, 36, age at 1st md. 18, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Frank T. Jr., son, 15, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Lillian E., daughter, 13, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Margaret, daughter, 1 yr 9 mos, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                            KESSLER, Elizabeth A., mother-in-law, 79, widow, age at 1st md. 26, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland

                            Children of John Hanson Kessler and Elizabeth Ann (Green):. viii. John Henson Jr. (1878-c1952), ix. Mary Regina (1879-after 1955), x. Virginia M. (1879-d. before 1904), xi. Lillian G. (1880-1976), xii. James B. (1885-1959), xiii. Clarence S. (1888-1968), xiv. Margaret Mary (1889-1914), xv.. Frances A. (1889-after 1982?), xvi. Thomas J. (1891-1978) and xvii. Marie Elizabeth (1894-1982) Kessler.
       v.       Zadock Windsor Kessler, b. 6 January 1840, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d. 16 March 1907, at Washington D. C., aged 67. He is buried in the Glenwood Cemetery, Washington D. C.
                            Married: E. Victoria ——; b. May 1844, in Maryland; d. c1915, in Washington, D. C. — or possibly remarried c1915.
                            Zadock Windsor Kessler served as a Sargeant in the Civil War, Confederate army, 1st Maryland Infantry, Company A.
              
                            1870 census, Washington D. C., Washington, p. 535B, no. 1231-1474:
                                   KESSLER, Windsor, 30, Grocer (ret.), personal estate $3000, Md
                                          E. Victoria, 23, Md
                                   CANBY, Charles, 30, Grocer (ret.), personal estate $2500, Md, md. January,
                                          Zillah, 21, Md, md. January,
                                   JACKSON, Louisa, 23, domestic servant, Md, cannot read/ write,

                            1880 census Washington D. C., e.d. 40, p. 391C, sheet 56D, no. 378-510:
                                   KESSLER, Zaddock, 39, teacher, Md/ Md/ Md
                                          Victoria, 30, wife, dress maker, Md/ Md/ Md

                            1900 census Washington D. C., e.d. 110, p. 225B, sheet 10B, 913 C Street, no. 176-189:
                            KESSLER, Zadock W., head, Jan 1840, 60, md. 34 yrs, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, grocer, can read/ write, owns house mortgaged
                                   Edward V., wife, May 1844, md. 34 yrs, 0 children 0 living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                            WAILES, Laura V., boarder, Feb 1842, widow, 1 child 1 living, Dist of Col/ Dist of Col/ Dist of Col, can read/ write

                            1910 census Washington D. C., Washington City, e.d. 150, p. 222B, sheet 14B, no. — - 304:
                            KESSLER, Victoria, head, 66, widow, 0 children, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write, own income, owns house - mortgaged
                            TRAMMELL, Albert D., lodger, 35, md. 5 yrs, Virginia/ Virginia/ Virginia, carpenter – house, can read/ write
                                   Irene L., lodger, 27, md. 5 yrs, 0 children, Virginia/ Virginia/ Virginia, can read/ write

                            WASHINGTON POST, Washington D. C., 19 March 1907, p. 3, DIED, “KESSLER —On Saturday, March 16, 1907, at 4 p.m. at his residence, 913 C Street northeast, Z. WINDSOR KESSLER, beloved husband of E. Victoria Kessler, aged 67 years. — Funeral private on Tuesday, March 19, at 2 p.m. from his residence. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.”
                            WASHINGTON POST, Washington D. C., 19 March 1907, In And About The City, “Funeral services for Zadoc Windsor Kessler, who died Saturday night, will be held today at 2 o’clock at his late home, 918 C Street northeast. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. The services will be in charge of National Lodge, No. 12, F.A.A.M.”
                            Zadock Windsor Kessler and E. Victoria (——) had no children.       
       vi.              Mary George Kessler, b. 26 December 1841, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d. before 1850.
       vii.       Angeline Roberta R. Kessler, “Bertha”, “Roberta”, b. 17 October 1847, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d. 1926, probably at Gaithersburg, Montgomery Co. Maryland. “Angeline” was the name of her mother also.
                            Married: Charles2 Edward Hormann (or Horman), “Edward”, (Augustus1), c1870, in Maryland, son of Augustus F. C. Horman and Doratta (Barriger); b. November 1844, in Frederick Co. Maryland; christened 11 March 1846, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Middletown, Frederick Co. Maryland; d. 14 January 1906, “at his home near Sykesville,” Howard Co. Maryland, of a brain tumor, aged 59. He is buried in the Harmony Memorial Park Cemetery, Columbia, Howard Co. Maryland.

                            1880 census Frederick Co. Maryland, Urbana, e.d. 78, p. 270A, sheet 33A, no. 284-284:
                            HORMAN, Charles, 34, farmer, Maryland/ Md/ Md, can read/ write, owns farm - mortgaged
                                   Bertha, 31, wife, keeping house, Maryland/ Md/ Md, can read/ write
                                   Arthur, 6, son, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                   Elizabeth, 4, daughter, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                   Ernest, 3, son, Maryland/ Md/ Md
                                   Clarence N., 10 mos., b. July, Maryland/ Md/ Md

                            1900 census Howard Co. Maryland, District 4, e.d. 84, p. 92A, sheet 4A, no. 63-66:
                            HORMAN, Charles E., head, Nov 1844, 55, md. 30 yrs, Maryland/ GERMANY/ GERMANY, farmer, can read/ write, owns farm - mortgaged
                                   Roberta, wife, Oct 1847, 52, md. 30 yrs, 10 children - 8 living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   Charles E., son, Jan 1874, 26, single, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farm hand, can read/ write
                                   Bertie Atheliah, daughter, Mar 1881, 19, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   Angeline W., daughter, Oct 1883, 16, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, at school, can read/ write
                                   Welsh, son, Dec 1887, 12, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, at school, can read/ write
                                   Laura Virginia, daughter, Aug 1889, 10, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, at school, can read/ write

                            1910 census Howard Co. Maryland, District 4, e.d. 54, p. 217A, sheet 17A, Sykesville Road, no. 271-274:
                            HORMAN, Charles E., head, 32, 1st md., md. 2 yrs, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farmer, general farm, can read/ write, rents farm – mortgaged
                                   Nellie B., wife, 26, 1st md., md. 2 yrs, 2 children 1 living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   Earl W., son, 10 mos., Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Angeline R., mother, 63, widow, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                            STONE, William R., orphan, 15, District of C/ District of Columbia/ District of Columbia, can read/ write

                            THE DAILY NEWS, Frederick City Maryland, 18 January 1906, p. 3, The Work of Death, Charles E. Horman, “Mr. Charles E. Horman died on January 14 at his home in Howard county, near Sykesville, after an illness of nine weeks, from paralysis, caused by a tumor on the brain, in the 59th year of his age. He leaves a widow Mrs. Angeline R. Horman and six children: Bessie, Angeline and Etta, Arthur, Ernest and Welsh. Mr. Horman was a native of Frederick county, and located in the fourth district of Howard county 19 years ago, where he has been a very successful farmer and leaves many friends to mourn his death. The following were pallbearers at his funeral: Arthur Forsythe, D. Z. Padgest, James Jones, John H. Forsythe, Webster Canthorn and Frank Snyder. Interment was made at Harmony M. E. church, Howard county. The deceased was a brother of former County Commissioner W. H. Horman, of this county.
                            Children of Charles Edward Horman and Angelina Roberta R. (Kessler): i. Arthur Augusta (1874- living 1906), served in World War I; ii. Elizabeth (1876-) “Bessie”, iii. Charles Ernest (1877- living 1906), served in World War I; iv. Bertie Atheliah “Etta” (1881-), v. Angeline W. (1883-1969), vi. Welsh Napoleon (1885- living 1906), served in World War I; vii. Laura Virginia (1889-d. young), viii. —— (d. young), ix. —— (d. young) and x. —— (d. young) Horman.
       vii.       Francis Asbury Kessler, “Frank”, b. 22 June 1853, in Frederick Co. Maryland; d. 24 September 1917, at Gaithersburg, Montgomery Co. Maryland. He is buried Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fredericktown, Frederick Co. Maryland.
                            Married: Lucretia6 Lavinia Linthicum, “Lula”, “Lulu”, (Charles5, Amasa4, Hezekiah3, Thomas2, Thomas1), on 4 August 1880, daughter of Reverend Charles Garland Linthicum and Ann Louise (Pearre): b. 1 April 1851; d. 8 June 1929, “at the home of her son”, Relay, Baltimore Co. Maryland, aged 78y 2m 7d. She is buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Fredericktown, Frederick Co. Maryland.
                            They had six children, two died young.
                            On 5 February 1900 Governor Smith of Maryland appointed Francis Kessler Justice of the Peace, District 7, Frederick Co. Maryland.

                            1900 census Frederick Co. Maryland, part of Urbana District, e.d. 15, p. 227B, sheet 3, no. 51-52:
                            KESLER, Francis A., head, June 1853, 46, md. 19 yrs, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, blacksmith, can read/ write, owns house - mortgaged
                                   Lucretia L., wife, Apr 1851, 49, md. 19 yrs, 6 children 4 living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   Edgar V., son, Dec 1882, 17, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farmer, can read/ write
                                   Windsor L., son, March 1885, 15, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farm laborer, can read/ write
                                   Francis G., son, Feb 1888, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, farm laborer, can read/ write
                                   George M., son, Jan 1891, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                     McKENZIE, Geary C., servant, female, May 1869, 31, single, Virginia/ Virginia/ North Carolina, housekeeper, can read/ write

                            1910 census Carroll Co. Maryland, Berrett, e.d. 80, p. 141A, sheet 2A, no. 22-23 (lives next to son, Jacob E. Kessler and family):
                            KESSLER, Francis A., head, 57, 1st md., md. 30 yrs, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, engineer – saw mill, can read/ write, rents house
                                   Lucretia V., wife, 59, 1st md., md. 30 yrs, 6 children 4 living, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, can read/ write
                                   Francis G., son, 22, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, sawyer – saw mill, can read/ write
                                   George E., son, 19, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, ticket agent – railroad station, can read/ write

                            THE FREDERICK POST, Frederick City Maryland, 27 September 1917, p. 5, DEATHS, Mr. Francis A. Kessler, “Mr. Francis A. Kessler, Relay, Md., aged 65 years, suddenly died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Charles Horman, Gaithers, Md., Monday, September 24, 1917. His wife, Lula L. Kessler survive him. — The funeral will take place from the residence of his sister today at 11 o’clock. Interment in Mt. Olivet cemetery.”

                            1920 census Baltimore Co. Maryland, Relay, District 13, e.d. 45, p. 48B, sheet 5B, no. 89-194:
                            KESSLER, Jacob E., head, owns home – mortgaged, 37, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, engineer – railroad
                                   Mary E., wife, 27, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Winsor G., son, 10, attends school, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   E. Parre, son, 9, attends school, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Althea A., son, 6, attends school, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                     →       Lula L., mother, 68, widow, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland
                                   Francis G., brother, 31, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, locomotive fireman – railroad
                                   George E., brother, 29, can read/ write, Maryland/ Maryland/ Maryland, salesman – wholesale meat

                            THE FREDERICK POST, Frederick City Maryland, 13 June 1929, p. 5, DEATHS, Mrs. Lucretia L. Kessler, “Mrs. Lucretia Levina Kessler, widow of Francis A. Kessler, died Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of her son, J. Edgar Kessler, Relay, Baltimore county, at the age of 78 years 2 months and seven days. Death was due to complications. She was a daughter of the late Charles T. and Anna Linthicum. She is survived by three sons, George, Windsor and Francis; also two sisters. Funeral services were held Tuesday from the home of her son at 11 o’clock. Interment was made in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Frederick.”
                            Children of Francis Asbury Kessler and Lucretia Lavinia (Lithicum): i. Jacob Edgar (1882-1952), served in World War I; ii. Windsor Linthicum (1885-1938, served in World War I); iii. Francis Garland “Frank” (1888-after 1952, served in World War II); and iv. George Evans (1891-1938, served in World War I); v. —— (d. young) and vi. —— (d. young) Kessler.

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