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A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY 



OF THE 



CASSEL FAMILY 



IN AMERICA 

BEING THE DESCENDANTS OF JULIUS KASSEL 

OR YELLES CASSEL, OF KRIESHEIM, 

BADEN, GERMANY. 

CONTAINING BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PROMINENT 

DESCENDANTS, 

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. 



BY 

DANIEL KOLB CASSEL 

OF GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Author of History of the Mennonites, The Kulp Family. The Cassel Family, and 

Rittenhouse Family, and member of Montgomery County Historical Society, 

and of the American Archceological and Asiatic Association of Iowa 



Norbistown, Pa. : 

MORGAN R. WILLS, Publisher 

1896 



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1897 



Copyright, 1896, 
BY DANIEL KOLB CASSEL 

GERMANTOWN, PA. 



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Which we have heard and known and our fathers have told us. 
That the generations to come might know them, even the children which should 
be born, who should arise and declare them to their children. — Psalm Ixxviii, 3—6. 



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1897. 



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WE DEDICATE THIS WORK 

First. — To the memory of our ancestors, who bequeathed to us the glorious 
privilege of religious liberty, and set us examples of blameless exemplary lives. 

Second. — To our parents, who taught us to price this inheritance as a price- 
less boon direct from the hand of God. 

Third. — To our children, whom we adjure to cherish their inestimable 
privileges, and keep unsullied the family name. 

Fourth. — To our posterity: May they emulate the worthy example of the 
"Good and True," who have preceded them, and honor God and obey his 
Commandments. 



INTRODUCTION. 



Here and there along the line of two centuries individual 
members of the Cassel family have gathered stray items of 
family history, and, in many instances, dates and names have 
been preserved ; but until the author of this little volume be- 
gan his research, no one had collected all of the scraps of his- 
tory regarding Julius or Yelles Kassel and his family which 
are found herein. 

That these facts might not be wholly lost, the author has 
collected from many sources all the information obtainable re- 
garding these worthy ancestors of our family, from whom came 
some of the first settlers of Germantown — an humble Men- 
nonite preacher at Kriesheim, in the Palatinate (Pfalz), named 
Yelles Kassel, who died in 1 68 1, from whom are descended 
the three brothers, who came and settled in the untrodden 
wilds of America, pursuing the even tenor of a modest and 
uneventful life. 

Being a lineal descendant of Hupert Cassel, who was a 
grandson of Julius or Yelles, the author's interest has been 
particularly attracted to him, and there is presented herewith 
the names of the descendants of Hupert Cassel for six gener 
ations, more than three thousand in all, mostly "plain folk," 
but, as a rule, thrifty, intelligent and honorable people, a nat- 
ural and creditable outgrowth of the sturdy German ancestry 

from which they came. 

Daniel K. Cassel. 
Germantown, Philadelphia, 
January i, iSpj. 



ENDORSEMENT. 



I have examined the manuscript of Mr. Cassel's work, 
and am entirely pleased with it. I am astonished at the 
amount of information it contains, and also at the herculean 
labor he bestowed upon it. For besides ransacking every 
available source of information, he wrote scores of letters of 
inquiry, and traveled hundreds of miles in quest of more 
complete information. Therefore I do not hesitate to say 
that it is as perfect and as complete as it could possibly be 
made at this distant date. 

Abrm. H. Cassel. 
Harlcysvillc, Pa., October 8, 189$. 



PREFACE. 



Several years ago genealogical collections had been made 
by Samuel K. Cassel, of Blooming Glen, Bucks county, Pa., 
with the intention of having it printed. On account of ill 
health, however, and inability to write during his sickness, he 
gave all papers and documents relating thereto into the hands 
of his brother, Daniel K. Cassel, at Germantown, before his 
death, with a desire to have it completed for our own satisfac- 
tion and also for future reference. Consequently the original 
has been rewritten and enlarged, much information collected 
and added thereto, and arranged in proper form, so as to bring 
family connections in proper order. Care was taken to gather 
reliable information, and that of a doubtful character was not 
accepted. 

Notwithstanding, errors will be found, because of incor- 
rect information. Whenever a occurs the necessary in- 
formation could not be ascertained. There is also added 
much historical matter as far as it could be collected, which 
will make the work more interesting ; also, much biographi- 
cal matter was collected and added thereto. Those yet liv- 
ing were requested to write out their own biography them- 
selves, in order to have nothing written that would be to 
them objectionable. I have also, for convenience's sake, 
added three columns of figures on the left-hand margin 01 
each page. The first column indicates the generation, com- 
mencing with Hupert Cassel, the first of the family who came 
to America in 171 5 or 1720. The second column indicates 
the individual number of each name continually to avoid con- 
fusion, where the same name occurs repeatedly. The third 
column indicates the number of children in each family. 
Hoping that this work will be appreciated by the members of 
the Cassel families throughout, and all honor be given to the 
Lord, the " Genealogy" is now respectfully submitted to the 
public. 

Daniel K. Cassel. 
Germantown, Philadelphia, iScjj. 



Historian — Daniel K. Cassel. 

CONTRIBUTORS OF INFORMATION. 

Samuel K. Cassel, Blooming Glen, Pa., deceased. 

Martin Cassel, Lawndale, Pa. 

Abram H. Cassel, Harleysville, Pa. 

John R. Cassel, Esq., Philadelphia. 

James Y. Heckler, Hatfield, Pa. 

Joseph Cassel, Custer Station, Pa. 

Sue Harley, Germantown, Pa. 

Jesse B. Cassel, Ontario, Canada. 

Magdalen Snyder, Breslau, Ontario, Canada. 

Abraham Hiestand, Ontario, Canada. 

Jonas Pennypacker, Philadelphia. 

Abraham Pennypacker, Philadelphia. 

Elizabeth Reichenbuch, Philadelphia. 

John C. Boorse, Esq., Kulpsville, Pa. 

Susan B. Cassel, Collegeville, Pa. 

Jacob K. Bergey, Lederachsville, Pa. 

David K. Bergey, Lederachsville, Pa. 

Abraham C. Kratz, Grater's Ford, Pa. 

Cornelius Tyson Kratz, Collegeville, Pa. 

John Z. Bergey, Mifflintown, Pa. 

Annie Kolb, Skippack, Pa. 

Aaron Leidy, McAllisterville, Pa. 

Abraham H. Kulp, Kulpsville, Pa. 

Henry B. Cassel, Ontario, Canada. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



The following brief list will show the names of authors 
and works that treat wholly, or in part, of the Cassel family, 
showing the sources from which a great portion of our inform- 
ation flows. It will be given in order, bringing this work down 
to the present time, viz. : 

From the library of A. H. Cassel, Harleysville, Pa. 

From the collections, by S. K. Cassel, Blooming Glen, Pa. 

From the Harris Biographical History of Lancaster 
county, Pa. 

From Pennsylvania Historical Society of Philadelphia. 

From Court records of Philadelphia. 

From Orphans' Court records of Philadelphia, Docket 8. 

From Register of Wills, Philadelphia. 

From Register of Wills, Norristown, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

From Register of Wills, Lancaster count)-, Pa. 

From A. N. Cassel, Marietta, Lancaster county, Pa. 

From records and family Bible of Jacob H. Cassel, Kulps- 
ville, Pa. 

From records and family Bible of Henry Cassel, Skip- 
pack, Pa. 

From records, deeds, leases and family Bible, containing 
records from 1725 down, in possession of Jacob Cassel ; resi- 
dence, on the Sporting Hill farm, Lancaster, Pa.. 



EXPLANATIONS. 



1. The arrangement of this work is selected from the 
best arranged family records found in the Pennsylvania His- 
torical Society, among about six hundred copies, and is ap- 
proved by many historians, 

2. The volume commences with introduction and all 
necessary preliminary matter. 

3. Genealogy commences with Julius Cassel, at Krics- 
heim, and genealogical numbering with Hupert in America, 
who is generation ( T ), his children generation ( 2 ), and grand- 
children generation ( 3 ), etc. 

4. The reader will find three columns of figures in front 
of each family name; the first designates the generation, the 
second is a continuous number running through the entire 
work, designating each name by its particular number, for 
reference. 

5. The third or last column gives the number of chil- 
dren in each family. 

6. The name of the head of each family is in capital let 
ters, and followed by the whole line of descent. 

7. The names of the children are given in italics. 

8. The small figures found over particular names denote 
the "'eneration. 



FIRST IMPULSE OR MOTIVE OF THE CASSELS 
EMIGRATING TO AMERICA. 



William Penn made his first visit through Germany in 
1 67 1 as a missionary, and only followed the example of his 
brethren in faith and stopped at Emden, Crefeld and West- 
phalia. 

His second visit he made in the year 1677, in the thirty- 
third year of his age, and not yet known as the founder of 
Pennsylvania. Four years later, it appears, he made a third 
trip ; and from the city of Cassel he gave notice of a meeting 
he proposed to hold at Frankfort. From Frankfort he went 
to Kriesheim, where he arrived August 23, 168 1, and intended 
to preach. A meeting had been previously announced for 
that purpose, but upon the urgent request of a Calvinist minis- 
ter, all preaching was forbidden by the bailiff's deputy. How- 
ever, a silent meeting was held, in which all took part ; also, 
those from Worms, who followed them in a wagon. Penn, 
however, got permission from Count Karl Ludwig to preach 
again. Consequently, on Sunday, August 26th, Penn traveled 
on foot from Worms to Kriesheim, a distance of six miles, and 
preached to the people of Kriesheim in a barn. Count Lud- 
wig quietly entered the barn and stood behind a door listen- 
ing, but Penn did not know it. Ludwig afterwards reported 
to the Calvinist minister that nothing of a heretical nature 
occurred, but, on the contrary, all that he heard was actually 
very good. Penn preached in the German language, which 
he had learned from his mother, she being a Dutch woman 
from Rotterdam. During his discourse he pictured the then 
raging persecutions of the non-.resistant Christians ; how they 
were denied the right to worship God according to the die- 



14 CASSEL FAMILY. 

tates of their conscience, and how they were driven from one 
place to another and their property confiscated. 

He further explained their principles of faith regarding 
swearing an oath, and waging war, and of revenge, which 
corresponded very nearly with that of the Mennonites, and 
gave great satisfaction to those present. Among them were 
Heinrich Cassel, Johannes Cassel and Yillis or Julius Cassel, 
members of the Mennonite church, who were so well pleased 
with his remarks that, as soon as the meeting closed, they 
took him by the hand and embraced him as a brother in the 
faith, and invited him to go with them, which he did. They 
then had a long consultation about matters of religion. He 
told them that he had a large tract of land in America, which 
had been granted to him by King Charles II, March 4, 1681, 
and made it free by purchase, to enable the conscientiously 
scrupulous to settle and enjoy their religious opinions with- 
out restraint. Thus by promising them perfect freedom and 
liberty to worship God according to the dictates of their con- 
science, was given the first impulse or motive of the Cassels 
emigrating to America. 

CASSEL FAMILY. 

The first family of Cassels that emigrated to this country, 
came from Kriesheim, in the Palatinate, in the year 1686, No- 
vember 20, in the ship " Jefries," and settled at Germantown, 
near Philadelphia, then a small town ; at this place the Menno- 
nites, of which the Cassel family were members, had a church 
and regular preaching. An incident occurred about this period 
going to show, in a very striking manner, the simplicity of 
the church at this time. A letter came from Europe to the 
Cassels that a large legacy was left them by the death of a 
relative amounting to nearly a million of dollars, and that 
they should send out and get the treasure. A church council 
was called, and the matter freely discussed, when it was de- 
cided by a unanimous vote ruot to receive the money, as it 
would have a tendency to make them proud. Simplicity of 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 5 

manner, plainness of dress, frugality, honesty and economy, 
were some of the characteristics of this people. — Harris Bio- 
graphical History of Lancaster. 

Yelles or Julius Cassel was a native of the Palatinate, 
Pfalz. He suffered considerably on account of his religion, 
during the Thirty Years War. He was a member of the Men- 
nonite Society, and a minister ; he had to flee from one 
country to another, during which time he wrote a number of 
German poems in accordance with the circumstances, some 
of which have been brought over by his descendants, and are 
now in the hands of Abraham H. Cassel, of Harleysville, 
Montgomery county, Pa. He was born before 1618, and 
died about 1681. For his poems, sec History of the Mennon- 
ites, German Edition, by D. K. Cassel, 1890, in German type. 
They will also be given to the reader of this little volume, as 
follows: 



OUR ANCESTOR. 



LAMENTATIONS ON THE SICK-PED. 



Written about the year 1664 by. Julius Kassel, a Mennon- 
ite minister at Kriesheim, in the Palatinate, during a long sick- 
ness of eighteen years. 

Prepared for publication by Daniel K. Cassel, by first 
obtaining the consent of the undersigned, in whose possession 
we can find the original, who writes as follows : 

Harleysville, Pa., Sep". 11, 1890. 

The following sentences and poems, whicl are my 
possession in the original, were written by my d 
Yelles Kassel, a renowned preacher of the Mention*. e c 
nation in Kriesheim, in the Palatinate, at various tin 
places during the Thirty Years War, as he, with his 
had to flee from one place to another in order to save 
lives. After the war was closed, and they again came ho. 
he collected all his manuscripts together and wrote the 
nicely in a book dated the 28th of November, 1665. In late 
years he also wrote a treatise on the Christian belief, on bap 
tism, sacrament, and rules and regulations of the Mennonite 
congregation, which are also in the original in my possession, 
and bear the date Anno 1681. He died at an advanced age, 
before the latter was fully completed. Abram H. Cassel. 

The following sentences and poems were written by me 
during my sickness, as also during the time of war and its 
dangers, with sincerity, as spoken before God, wherein is ex- 
pressed my sincerest desire and wish ; also, upon what ground 
my consolation and hope is founded. Should anyone have a 
desire to read, and thereby be brought to light and thinking, 
it would be gratifying to me, because I do not know of any- 
thing better than to strive for mine and all men's salvation. 
God may add his blessing is my prayer. Yelliso Kasel. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 7 

» 

He further says the following: " On the first day of Jan- 
uary, 1667, the following were read again, with much bodily 
pain and suffering, with a desire that the sufferings in this 
world will soon be over." , Y. K. 

POEM No. 1. 

Ach Herr ! Dir sind aller Herzen Gedanken bekannt, 

Mein Seel' und Leib befehle ich in deine Hand, 

Du wollest mich ansehen mit deiner Gnaden, 

So sollt' es mit mir wohl gerathen, 

Du hast mich mit Krankheit heimgesucht, 

Welches ist eine Ruthe deiner zucht, 

Darin gib mir Leidsamkeit und geduld, 

Verzeihe alle meine Siind und Schuld, 

Lasz mich an deiner Gnade nicht verzagen, 

Lege nicht Schwerer auf, als ich kann ertragen, 

Hilf mir zu einem Seligen End, 

Und alles mit mir zum Besten wend, 

Sollt ich noch langer auszerdem leben, 

n du mir wohl wieder Gesundheit geben, 
h aber an dieser Krankheit sterben, 
iH lasz mich bei dir Gnade erwerben, 
1 weisz mir Sonsten nichts zu erwahlen, 
bch eins wollt ich wohl gern erzahlen ; 

Weib und Kind und andere Leut mehr, 

Sind mir angelegen sehr, 

Was denen dienen mocht zum Besten, 

Und mir zur Seligheit zum Letzten, 

Es sei bald zu sterben oder noch zu leben, 

Das wollst du mir aus Gnaden geben, 

Dasz ich ewig preisen mochte deinen Namen, 

Mit alien Frommen durch Jesum Christum. Amen. 

Ach, Herr Gott ! wollest mich doch bewahren, 

In dieser Kriegsnoth und gefahren, 

Auf dasz die bosen Menschen, 

Nach ihrem Willen und Wunschen, 

Mit mir nicht umgehen ; 

Zeig mir ein Ort dahin ich fliehen, 

Da ich mag sein vor ihnen verborgen, 

Erlost aus solcher Angst und Sorgen, 

Mein Weib und Kinder desgleichen, 

Dasz sie ihnen mogen entweichen, 



I 8 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Nicht kommen unter ihre Hand, 

Von ihnen nicht werden geschandt, 

Desgleichen all meine lieben Freunde, 

Lasz auch Gnad bei dir finden, 

Bewahre sie vor allem Bosen, 

Und thue sie von allem Uebel erlosen, 

Nimm uns alle in dein Schirm und Hut, 

Unsere Siinden verzeih durch Christus Blut, 

Wir haben die Straf wohl verdient, 

Du hast uns Fried und Freiheit verlehnt, 

Das haben wir zu klein geacht, 

Die Seligheit nicht genug betracht, 

Zeitlich Gut haben wir gesucht, 

Zu viel gelebt nach Fleisches genugt. 

In vielen Dingen gleich der Welt, 

Dieses ist mit der Posaune oft gemeldt, 

Wenig aber ist es genommen an, 

Man ist in der Sunde fortgegahn, 

Also haben wir uns verlaufen, 

Ietzt kommen die Strafen mit Haufen, 

Nun wissen wir kein andern Rath, 

Als zu bitten Gnad um Gnad, 

Du wollest mit Gnaden drein sehen, 

Wie zu Davids Zeiten ist geschehen, 

Erbarm dich der kleinen Kind, 

Auch derer, die in Krankheit sind, 

Wie auch der alten und Schwachen, 

Denen wollst eine Errettung machen, 

Vor allem ist noch mein Begehren, 

Dasz wir das Allerbest nicht verlieren ; 

Hilf uns zu einem Sel'gen End, 

Und alles mit uns zum Besten wend, 

(Als wir bald muszten ausfluchten in Worms), 

O lieber Gott und Herr, 

Dir Sei Lob, Preis und Ehr ! 

Fur dein' Gnad' und Barmherzigkeit, 

Die du mir bewiesen dieser zeit, 

Hast mich vor den bosen Menschen bewahrt, 

Wie ich hab herzlich von dir begehrt ; 

Du hast mich den rechten Weg gefuhrt, 

Dasz ich bin gekommen an ein Ort, 

Da ich vorerst noch bin verborgen, 

Aus solcher Angst und Sorgen. 

Du hast den Weg gehalten rein 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 9 

Bis ich bin kommcn zur Stadt hinein, 

Da andere Leut umher, 

Sind geraubt und gepliindert sehr, 

Ich hab auch gefunden ein' Ort zur Ruh 

Bei Leuten, die mir bewiesen Lieb und Treu, 

Dieses alles nehm ich an von Gottes Hand, 

Der seine Gnad zu mir hat gewandt, 

Ihm sei Lob, Preis in Ewigkeit, 

Fur seine Gnad und Barmherzigkeit ; 

Der wolle forthin Alles zum Besten wenden, 

Dasz ich moge meinen Lauf vollenden, 

In einem Sel'gen End und Abscheid 

Allein durch Gottes Barmherzigkeit 

Mein Krankheit und Schmerzen 

1st oft gar nah bei meinem Herzen 

Dasz es wohl kount Geschehen, 

Ohn lang Verziehen, 

Dass es mich also that iiberfallen, 

Dass ich nicht viel konnt retten oder lallen, 

So wolle mir Gott Gnadig sein, 

Und verkiirzen mir des Todes Pein, 

Und Geben mir Geduld im Leiden, 

Biss Leib und Seele von einander Scheiden, 

So nimm mein Seel in deine Hand, 

Aus Gnaden Alles zum Besten wend ; 

Mein Weib und Kind befehl ich dir 

Erhalte sie bei deinem Wort und Lehr, 

Getreu zu sein bis in den Tod, 

Stehe ihnen bei in aller Noth, 

Gieb, dass sie leben Statiglich, 

In deiner Furcht fleissiglich, 

Und Ziehen ihre Kinder in der Zucht, 

Und lehren sie zur Gottesfurcht ; 

Auf dass wir endlich Allzugleich, 

Versammeln uns im Himmelreich, 

Wozu ich doch unwiirdig bin, 

Doch bilde ich mir festlich ein. 

Gott werd mich nicht verstossen gar, 

In's Teufelsreich mit solcher Schaar, 

Die jetzt im land mit Raub und Mord, 

Viel leut verderben an manchen Ort, 

Und nicht einmal gedenken dran, 

Wie sie mogen vor Gott bestahn,t 

Mein Hoffnung ist auf Gott gerich, 



20 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Er wird mein Bitt abschlagcn nicht, 

Die ich so oftmals hab gethan, 

Auch nicht gedenke abzulahn, 

So lang als mein vermogen ist, 

Gott anzurufen durch Jesum Christ. 

Dasz er mir wolle gnadig sein, 

Allein durch's bitter Leiden sein, 

Das ist mein Hoffhung und mein Trost, 

Durch Christus Blut zu sein erlost, 

Mein Frommigkeit ist viel zu klein, 

Dasz ich dadurch bei Gott allein, 

Die Seligkeit erlangen sollt, 

Und mich darauf verlassen wollt, 

Ach nein ; Ach nein, das thu ich nicht, 

Denn mir an dem noch viel gebricht, 

Was ich zu thun wohl Schuldig war, 

Darum bitte ich 0, lieber Herr, 

Verzeih mir alle mein Siind und Schuld, 

Und wend zu mir dein Gnad und Huld, 

Nimm mich hinweg von dieser Welt, 

Zu rechter Zeit, wenn's dir gefallt, 

Hilf mir zu einem Selgen End, 

Und nimm mein Seel in deine Hand, 

Und lass mein Seel in Ewigkeit, 

Die allergeringste Seligkeit, 

Genieszen durch deine Gnad, Herr, 

Das ist mein Bitt, ich wunsch nicht mehr, 

Dafiir wollt ich in Ewigkeit, 

Gott loben mit Groszer Dankbarkeit, 

Diesen Spruch hab ich bedacht, 

Mit Pein und Schmerzen Tag und macht, 

Wenn ander Leut geschlafen han, 

Hab ich mich hin und her gewandt, 

Bedacht wie ich mocht sein bereit, 

Und machen einen Guten Abscheid, 

Hab ich (mich) dann so viel vermocht, 

So hab ich mich dazu verfiigt, 

Und Solches geschrieben auf's Papier, 

Wie denn zu sehen ist allhier, 

1667 den 2 Februarii widerum iibersehen mit Schwach- 
heit meines Leibes, 

In Kriszheim, Y. Kasel. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 21 



POEM No. 2. 

Hort zu, was ich euch sagen will, 

Was sich hat zugetragen schnell, 

Beim Konig David auserwahlt, 

Als er das Volk hatte gezahlt, 

Wurden ihm drei Strafen vorgelegt, 

Wie denn der Prophet zu ihm sagt, 

Darunter er erwahlen sollt, 

Welche er davon haben wollt, 

Krieer, Pestilenz und diirre Zeit. 

Das bracht den Konig in Herzenleid, 

Er Sprach : " Ich bin in Aengsten Sehr, 

In Menschen Hand ich nicht begehr, 

In Gottes hand ich fallen will, 

Sein Gnad is gross, ohne Maas und Ziel, 

Ein Engel zwischen Himmel und Erd. 

Mit Einem ausgezognen Schwerdt, 

Schlug Pestilentz, iiber Israel, 

Dasz Siebenzig Tausend Starben Schnell, 

Da Sahe Gott im verderben darein, 

Und nahm die Straf bald wieder hin, 

Er sprach zum Engel er sollt ablahn, 

Mit Pestilenz nicht mehr zu schlan, 

Nun diese Geschicht hab ich bedacht 

Und aftermals davon gesagt, 

Dasz ich verhofft es werde zugehen, 

Wie bei David's Zeiten sei geschehen ; 

Welches nun also ergangen ist, 

Dasz es damit hat ein Gleichnisz, 

Denn es ist bekannt und offenbar. 

\\ T as Iammer Elend und Gefahr, 

Gewesen ist umher im land 

Mit Rauben, Pliindern, Mord und Brand, 

Manch Mensch gebracht in Angst .und Noth. 

Geshandeliert auch bis zum Tod ; 

Zerschlagen, Verhauen, manch schones Haus, 

Vielen Leuten die Kleider gezogen aus : 

Getreid und Vieh hinweggefiihrt, 

Viel Iammer und Klag hat man gehort, 



22 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Die Fasser zerschlagen, den Wein verstiirzt, 

Also clen leuten ihre Nahrung verkiirzt, 

Als dies eine Zeitlantj hat gewahrt, 

Hat Gott seine Gnad zu uns gekehrt, 

Und hat die straf wieder umgewandt, 

Dasz wir wieder Luft bekommen hant, 

Wenn es nun dabei verbleiben mocht, 

So weis ich nicht, wie wir efenagt 

Gott sollen danken herzlich sehr, 

Dasz er uns nicht hat geschlagen mehr, 

Aber die das Elend troffen hat. 

Die haben gelitten Groszen Schad : 

Wie auch zu David's Zeiten geschah, 

Bedenk was Iammer und grosze Klasr. 

1st da gewesen bei lung und Alt, 

Bis man Siebenzig Tausend Tode zahlt 

So laszt uns nun als Kinder fein, 

Die von dem Vater geziichtigt sein, 

Uns begeben zur Gehorsamkeit, 

Und nicht durch Widespensdigkeit 

Des Vaters Zorn erwecken sehr. 

Dasz er nicht giebenfaltig mehr, 

Uns straft, wie er hat zugesagt 

Wenn man die Zuchtigung nicht acht, 

Darum laszt uns bedenken wohl, 

Wie sich ein Ieder halten soil, 

Laszt uns nicht betriiben allzusehr, 

Wenn schon der Schad noch grosser war, 

Es ist doch all verganglich Gut, 

Das zur Seligkeit nicht helfen thut. 

Das laszt uns nehmen in denn sinn, 

Und achten Schaden fur gewinn, 

Und laszt uns Suchen allzugleich. 

Zu sammeln den Schatz im Himmelreich, 

Den Rost und Schaben verzehren nicht, 

Wie Christus selber davon spricht, 

Hierzu gebe uns Gott seine Gnad, 

Dasz wir es betrachten friih und spat, 

So lang als wir das leben hant, 

Wie lang es wahrt, ist Gott bekannt, 

Mein, Krankheit qnalt mich Tag und nacht, 

Mit Pein und Schmerzen ist dies bedacht, 

Und ist also mein Zeitvertreib. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 23 

Gott sei befohlen meine Seel. 

Und Hiermit hat dies Gedicht ein end, 

Ich wiinsche, dasz es Gott zun Besten wend. 

In Krieszheim als wir 

wieder heimgezogen waren. 



POEM No. 3. 



Hort zu, was will ich euch sagen, 

Wie es sich hat zugetragen, 

Was ich hab gesehen und gehort, 

Diesen Grund, nicht die ausserlichen Wort. 

Es war ein Konig und Herr, 

Der hatte grossen Reichthum und Ehr. 

Nun begab es sich auf eine Zeit, 

Dasz er ein Mahl hat zubereit. 

Viel Menschen darzu geladen 

Niemand that er verschmaden 

Er hatte ein kostlich Kleinod rein. 

Besser denn Gold, Silber und Edelgestein, 

Auf einen Berg that er es hangen, 

Dasz ein Ieder mit verlangen, 

Und allem Fleisz darnach sollt laufen. 

Da kamen die Leut mit groszen Hauffen, 

Vermeinten das Kleinod zu erlangen. 

Eh sie den Weg hatten gegangen, 

Welches ihnen nicht mocht gehoren ; 

Denn der Konig liesz seine Stimm horen ; 

Niemand mag dies Kleinod empfangen 

Er hab denn vorhin den Weg gegangen, 

Und sei auf den Berg gestiegen recht, 

Und wandle als ein treuer Knecht, 

Und thut darinen wohl herden, 

Dem wird das Kleinod werden. 

Wer aber thut umsehen. 

Still stehen ; oder hinter sich gehen, 

Der verliert nicht allein die Kron, 

Sondern wird auch grosze Strafen haben zum Lohn, 

Darum laszt es euch gehen zu Herzen, 

Das rath ich euch ohn' alles Scherzen ; 

Steiget hinauf bei guter Zeit. 



24 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Dasz es euch nicht werde herzlich leid. 

Als nun etliche waren, 

Diese Stimme thaten horen. 

Machten sie sich herbei, 

Um nach dem Kleinod zu laufen frci. 

Sie vertheilten sich um den Berg, 

Etliche stiegen auf uberzwerg. 

Wo sie nun fanden ein Weglein klein. 

Stiegen sie auf fur sich allein, 

Sie stiegen nach des Berges Hoheit, 

Wissen wohl, dass das Kleinod daraufsteht. 

Es war auch ihr Begehren, 

Dasz keiner sich wollt beschweren, 

Mit ihnen zu gehen, 

Denn sie wollten nicht verzehen. 

Nach dem Kleinod zu Streben, 

Kost es ihnen schon Leib und Leben, 

Es war aber auch eine gebahnte Strasze 

Die leitel auch auf den Berg dermaszen. 

Dasz wer darauf wandelt mit Fleisz. 

Erlangt auch die Kron und den Preisz. 

Darauf wollten Etliche bleiben 

Kost es ihnen schon auch Leib und Leben. 

Denen that es sehr verdrieszen. 

Dasz die Anderen diese Strasze verlieszen, 

Und wollten's nun besser wissen. 

Als die, so sich vorhin hatten beflissen, 

Diese strasz und Bahn also zu machen. 

Dasz man also zum Kleinod mochte gerachen. 

Sie sagten und gaben fur 

Diese gingen in der Wiisten irr, 

Es erhoben sich grosze Klachten 

Fingen an einander zu Schmahen und verachten. 

Und thaten gegen einander streiten. 

Wie die Medianiten vorzeiten. 

Welche Schwerter und Spieszen. 

Sie sich nicht sollten lassen verdrieszen 

In Pflugschaaren und Rebmesser zu machen. 

Und nicht um Solche Sachen, 

Sich Spalten und Scheiden. 

Dadurch der nam Gottes unter den Heiden 

Kann geschmaht und verlastert werden, 

Denn viel Menschen auf Erden. 

Wissen davon zu Sagen, 



CASSEL FAMILY. 25 

Dasz sie einander in der Liebe sollen vcrtragen. 

Diewiel sie doch zu beiden Seiten, 

Den Weg zum Kleinod suchen zu betreten. 

Also gehen sie nun verscheiden, 

Wie zwo Herden auf einer Weiden, 

Wer will nun sprechen das Recht. 

Uber diese zwei Geschlecht, 

Ich kann noch nicht anders melden, 

A Is sie waren wohl beide zu beschelten, 

Ich verhoffe, sie werden sich bedenken, 

Und nicht mehr einander kranken, 

Sondern suchen, wiederum zu bauen, 

Was zerbrochen ist durch Miszvertrauen, 

Und einander in der liebe vertragen. 

Wie der Apostel Paulus thut sagen, 

Auf dasz, wenn sie zum Kleinod kommen. 

Dasz sie dann mit alien Frommen, 

Erlangen das ewige Leben, 

Das wolle Gott ihnen und mir aus Gnaden geben, 

Hiermit habe dies Gedicht ein End. 

Gott der alle Herzen kennt, 

Der weisz, dasz es mir ist leid, 

Dasz es also zwischen beiden Steht. 

Doch will ich noch verhoffen, 

Ist nicht in Allem die Masz getroffen, 

Das werden sie einander vergeben, 

Und wiederum in Frieden suchdn zu leben. 

Zu Lob des Herren Namen. 

Hiermit endige ich und sage : Amen. 

Der dieses hat Geschrieben ; 

Sein Nam ist unvermeldet blieben, 

Er wohnt in Deutschland, 

Und wollt gern Sehen der Gemeinden Wohlstand. 

Y. K. 



POEM No. 4. 

Gott thut viel Wunderzeichen, 

Um die Menschen dadurch zu bewegen 

Zu bessern ihr Siindig Leben, 

Und nach der Gerechtigkeit zu streben, 

Wie denn in Kurzem ist Geschehen, 

Dasz etliche Sterne sind gesehen, 



26 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Mit langen Strahlen oder Ruthcn. 

Daraus stcht zu vermuthen, 

Dasz grosze strafen sind vorhandcn. 

Ucber vicl Stadt und Landen, 

Wer sich nicht will bekehren 

Zu Christo und von ihm lehren. 

Dem isl* die Straf bereit, 

Ictzt und auch in Ewigkeit 

Dieses gebe uns Gott zu bedenken. 

Dasz wir unser Herz daran henken. 

Und fallen Gott zu Fusz, 

Und wirken wahre Busz, 

So kann er die Straf abwenden 

Denn es steht Alles in seinen Handen. 



■%-,.. 



THE THREE COMETS. 

(Observed by Yelles Kassel.) 




Anno 1644, the latter part of the year, was the first star 
visible. In the morning, before day, towards the south. 

In the beginning of the year 1665 the second star was 
seen, in the evening, high in the air, somewhat dark. Some 
were of the opinion that it was the first ; others thought it 
was a different one. 

The third star was seen in the latter part of March, 1665, 
and the beginning of April, in the morning, before day, in the 
east, very bright, with a very long tail. 

These three stars or comets were visible within the space 
of a quarter of a year. I am concerned about their signifi- 
cation. Many may learn it to their own sorrow. 

I also saw the great comet in the year 16 18, and soon 
after that the great misery and affliction in Germany com- 
menced, as many may yet know. 

God warns from time to time, if man will turn not he 
will whet his sword ; he hath bent his bow and made it ready. 
Psalm 7. 

The rod is shown to the wicked. If they refuse to obey 
the Lord, they will be punished. God will be merciful, even 
as in the time of David. I Chronicles 21. 

From Yelles Kassel' s Manuscripts. 



A FEW NAMES OF MEN OF NOTE 

THOUGH NOT BELONGING TO OUR FAMILY. 



David Cassel was a learned Jewish historian, born in 
Glogan in Silesia, March 7, 1818. He was educated at Bres- 
lau and Berlin, and became a distinguished instructor. Among 
his works are Leitfaden fur den unterricht in der Judischen 
Geschichte und Literature, and others. 

John Philip Cassel, a German phiologist, born 1707, at 
Bremen, where he became Professor of Eloquence; he pub- 
lished " Historical Notices and Documents of Bremen," in 
1766, and other works. He died in 1783. 

Paulus Stephanus Selig Cassel, born February 27, 
1 82 1, a German author of Jewish descent, educated both in 
Roman Catholic and Protestant schools, finished his studies 
under Ranko, in Berlin, and became a journalist. He was in 
the Prussian Chamber of Deputies, 1866-67, and declined a 
reelection, preferring to become minister of Christ Church, 
Berlin. He has published articles and books on the Jews, 
and on religion and politics ; and is well known as a lecturer 
on Papal history, the German war, etc. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



Gen 

I 



Individual 
No. , 



Family 

No. 



i i JOHANNES CASSEL, born 1639, and his 

wife, Mary, came to America in the ship 
" Jefries," and landed at Philadelphia, 
November 20, 1686, at the age of 47 
years, from Kriegsheim, with his chil- 
dren. He was a weaver by trade and 
settled at Germantown, county of Phila- 
delphia. 

He was, presumably, a son of Julius or Yelles Cassel of 
Kriegsheim, in the Palatinate. They left Europe for Amer- 
ica, March 20, 1686, consequently a journey or voyage of 
seven months. He died April 17, 1691, aged 52 years; re- 
sided in Philadelphia. He also signed the application for a 
charter for the Borough of Germantown, and was one of the 
committee or members of first council of Germantown. 




30 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. i. 
JOHANNES CASSEL 1 . 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



Arnold Cassel, born 1670, married Susanna 
dc la Plaine, 2d day of 9th month, 1693 ; 
he was recorder of deeds in Germantown 
during the years 1692 and 1693 ; there 
are yet many deeds in Germantown with 
Arnold Cassel's name as recorder. His 
children were John, Daniel, Arnold, Nich- 
olas, Daniel, Veronica, Susanna, Eliza- 
beth. 

Peter Cassel. He has been court crier in 
Germantown for several years, and re- 
sided at Germantown. 



2 


4 


3 Elizabeth Cassel. 


2 


5 


4 Mary Cassel. 


2 


6 


5 Sarah Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2. 
ARNOLD CASSEL 2 , of Johannes 1 . 

3 7 l John Cassel, b. July 10, 1694; d. 1727; m. 

Catharine . 

382 Daniel Cassel, b. July 27, 1696; d. in infancy. 

3 .9 3 Arnold Cassel, Jr., b. January 3, 1700; m. 

Lydia ; d. 1737. Lydia, his widow, 

was the administratrix ; later she married 
again to William Cathcart. Arnold Cas- 
sel had three children, James 1 1 years, 
Israel 9 years, and Arnold 7 years, at the 
time of his death. He resided on Front 



CASSEL FAMILY. 3 I 



Individual Family 
Gen. So. No. 



393 street, Philadelphia, where he owned two 

houses, one brick and one wooden ; the 
fronts were 20 feet, depth 1 30 feet, with 
a five-foot alley. 

3 10 4 Nicholas Cassel, b. November 11, 1702; m. 

Deborah Satherswaite in 1726; d. De- 
cember 31, 1759. His will is found re- 
corded in Book L, page 368, at Philadel- 
phia. Children : John, Joseph, Susanna, 
Mary. 

3 11 5 Daniel Cassel, b. April 7, 1705; m. Sarah, 

daughter of Elizabeth Buzby (daughter 
of Sarah and William Buzby, of Oxford) 
and Roger Shelley, in 1731. 

Esther, sister of Sarah Shelley, mar. 
John Larkin, and among their ancestors 
we find the Larkins, Thomases, Good- 
wins, Johnsons, Shelley, Worrell, Buzby. 

3 12 6 Veronica Cassel, b. November 10, 1697; m. 

Mr. Warner. Have a daughter, 

Margaret Warner, who married a Mr. 
Stewart. Whether Veronica Cassel had 
any more children I have not been able 
to ascertain. 

3 13 7 Susanna Cassel, b. November 8, 1706; m. 

William Griffith. 

3 14 8 Elizabeth Cassel, b. April 2, 17 10; d. 1798. 

CHILDREN OF No. 9. 
ARNOLD KASSEL3, of Arnold 2 , of Johannes 1 . 

4 15 1 James Cassel, b. about 1726. 
4 16 2 Israel Cassel, b. about 1728. 
4 17 3 Arnold Cassel, b. about 1730. 



32 • CASSEL FAMILY. 

. CHILDREN OF No. 10. 
NICHOLAS KASSEL3, of Arnold 2 , of Johannes 2 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 1 8 i John Cassel, m. Elizabeth Fox, May 7, 1759. 

4 19 2 Joseph Cassel, m. Mary Evans, October 27, 

1763. 

4 20 3 Susanna Cassel, m. Edward Drinker, of Phil- 

adelphia. 

4 21 4 Mary Cassel, m. Mr. Corman, of Philadelphia. 

Edward Drinker, born December 24, 1680, in the cot- 
tage near the corner of Second and Walnut streets, which was 
the real primitive house of Philadelphia ; he died on Novem- 
ber 17, 1782, aged 102 years. 

The father of the celebrated aged Edward Drinker 
had settled there some years before Penn's colonists came, 
and Edward himself was born there two years before that 
time. He lived till after the War of Independence, and used 
often to delight himself in referring to localities where Swedes 
and Indians occasionally hutted at their first landing. 

When Dr. Franklin was questioned in England as to what 
age we lived in this country, he wittily said he could not tell 
until Drinker should die and settle it. 

Drinker's parents came from Beverly, Mass., and settled 
on the site of Philadelphia before Penn came. He had all his 
eighteen children by his first wife, having had four wives in all. 
He was never sick, and always cheerful. 

One of these eighteen children, named Edward Drinker, 
married Susanna Cassel, a daughter of Nicholas Cassel, born 
November 11, 1702, a son of Arnold Cassel, son of Johannes 
Cassel, who came from Germany in 1686. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 33 

CHILDREN OF No. 12. 

VERONICA KASSEL3 (Warner), of Arnold 2 , of Jo- 
hannes 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

4 22 1 Margaret Warner, m. Stewart. Their 

children were Charles, Susan, Margaret. 
Lydia, Elizabeth and Martha. 



CHILDREN OF No. 22. 

MARGARET WARNER* (Stewart), of Veronica Kas- 
sel 3 , of Arnold 2 , of Johannes 1 . 

5 23 1 Charles Stewart, m. Huldah McCrea. Child- 

ren : Elizabeth, John, Charles and Ann. 
Huldah died, and he married a second 
time to Mary Stiles ; had children, Hul- 
dah, Hannah, Josephine and Susanna. 

2 Susan Stewart, m. John Culin ; children, 
George and Robert. 

3 Margaret Stewart, m. Curtis ; child- 
ren, Joseph 6 and Robert 6 . 

4 Lydia Stewart. 

5 Elizabeth Stewart, m. Aaron Boker ; one 
child, Charles Stewart Boker 6 . The 
latter m. Lydia Stewart, and had two 
children, Dr. Charles S. Boker 7 , m. Jane 
D. Grimm, and George H. Boker 7 , m. 
Julia Rigg, had one child, George Boker 8 , 
m. Edith Wharton. 

28 6 Martha Stewart, m. Andrew Farronich ; no 

issue. 



5 


24 


5 


25 


5 


26 


5 


27 



34 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 23. 

CHARLES STEWART^, of Margaret Warner" 
(Stewart), of Veronica Kassel 3 (Warner), of Arnold 
Kassel 2 , of Johannes 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 29 1 Elizabeth Stewart, m. J. M. Besson ; children 

were : 

7 30 1 Charles A. Besson 7 , m. Adeline Al- 

rich, and had children, Charles A. 
Besson 8 , Adele V. Besson 8 , and 
Maria L. Besson 8 , m. Eugene L. 
Murphy, several children. 

731 2 Louise Besson 1 , m. Henry M. Stone; 

children, Rev. Stewart Stone 8 , m. 
Elizabeth W. Hall, Rev. Morton 
Stone 8 , m. Edith Charnley, child- 
ren, Morton Charnley Stone 9 , 
Frederic Stone 9 , Helen Stone 9 , 
m. J. F. Thomas, Louisa V. 
Stone 8 . 

7 32 3 Annie Besson, m. Dr. A. S. Brad- 

ford. 

John Stewart. 

Charles Stewart. 

Ann Stewart, m. Robert Heysham ; children : 

1 Robert Heysham. 

2 Charles S. Heysham. 

3 Elizabeth G. Heysham. 

4 Theodore Heysham. 

5 Huldah A. P. Stewart, m. Joseph E. West ; 
children : 

1 Maria West, m. Eastwick. 

2 George West. 



6 


33 


2 


6 


34 


3 


6 


35 


4 


7 


36 




7 


37 




7 


38 




7 


39 




6 


40 


5 


7 






7 







CASSEL FAMILY. 35 



Gen. 

6 


Individual 
No. 

41 


Farailj 
No. 

6 


r 

Hannah Cordelia Stewart, m. Echv. H. Miles ; 
children : 


7 






1 Sa/lie Miles. 


7 






2 Edward Aides. 


7 






3 Susanna S. Miles. 


6 


42 


7 


Joscplunc Stewart, m. Joseph Corbett. 


6 


43 


8 


Susanna Stewart. 



b 


44 


7 


45 


7 


46 


7 


47 


6 


48 



CHILDREN OF No. 24. 

SUSAN STEWART^ (Culin), of Margaret Warner* 
(Stewart), of Veronica Kassel 3 (Warner), of Arnold 2 , of Jo- 
hannes 1 . 

1 George Culin, m. Rebecca Hatch ; children : 

1 Robert Culin. 

2 Elizabeth Culin, m. Clark. 

3 Susannah Culin. 

2 Robert Culin. 

N. B. — Stewart Culin, Curator of the University of Penn- 
sylvania, is of this line. 

Of the family of Johannes Cassel, who came to German- 
town in 1686, I gave some account of the sons Arnold and 
Peter, and of their children; but of his children's children we 
have very little knowledge. They mostly resided in Philadel- 
phia and were married there. I here give a list of some of 
them, who were married and resided in Philadelphia, as I 
have found in the Pennsylvania Archives, vols. 8 and 9, and 
otherwise, viz. : 

Andrew Cassel, m. Eliza Beck, January 3, 1768. 

Eliza Cassel, m. Thomas Allen, April 28, 1 791 . 

Christianna Cassel, m. John Wilkes, April 15, 1779. 



36 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Ann Cassel, m. Dennis Leary, July 8, 1780. 

Nicholas Cassel, m. Mary Fretwell, June 5, 1744. His 
daughter, Susanna, m. Edward Drinker, a son of Edward 
Drinker, who died, aged 102 years. 

Sarah Cassel, m. John Anson, August 19, 1772. 
Eliza Cassel, m. Jeremiah Smith, January 7, 1787. 
Sarah Cassel, m. William Whitpaine, March 13, 1776. 

Christian Cassel came from the Palatinate in September 
1 1, 1738, in the ship Robert and Oliver, and bought a farm of 
Lorenze Klein, about two or three miles from Allentown, Pa. 

YELLES or JULIUS KASSEL, of Kriesheim, in the 
Palatinate (Pfalz), before 1618, died about 1681, a Mennonite 
minister. 

2 20 1 Johannes Cassel, b. 1639, came to America 

November 20, 1686. 

Heinrich Kassel was a Mennonite minister in the Palati- 
nate or on the Upper Rhine. He wrote a pamphlet on the 
history of the Quakers to which Peter Hendricks and Jacob 
Claus, of Amsterdam, wrote a reply in 1679, which was the 
property of Daniel Francis Pastorius, and is now in the fire- 
proof of the Pennsylvania Historical Society at Philadelphia 
in the Abraham H. Cassel collection. See Pennypacker's 
Sketches, page 27. 

History also mentions a Henrich Kassel, Preacher, of 
Lambertsheim, in 1689; also Henrich Kassel, Preacher, Ger- 
olsheim, in 1690. 

A Henrich Kassel is also mentioned in Rupp's 30,000 
names, on page 432, among the first settlers of Germantown, 
between 1683-17 10. 

Also a Heinrich Kassel is mentioned among the fifty- 
two members of the Mennonite Church, at Germantown, in 
1708, when the first Mennonite meeting-house was built. See 
Morgan Edwards' History, 1770. Of this Heinrich Kassel 
we have very little account. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 37 

It is, however, stated by the descendants of the Cassel 
family, of Maryland, that their ancestor came from Pennsyl- 
vania early in the 1700s, and settled near Frederick city, 
Maryland, or may it be that he removed with Van Bebber to 
Bohemia Manor, Cecil County, Maryland. See Pennypacker's 
Sketches, page 57. One of the descendants writes from Balti- 
more and mentions three sons, viz. : 

Jacob Cassel, m. Margaret , and stayed on the old 

farm, or homestead, near Frederick City, Maryland, and had 
eleven children. 

The other two, Abraham Cassel and Martin Cassel, moved 
to Kentucky in early life. 

No. 1 Jacob Cassel, m. Margaret ; he died February 

12, 18 18; she died February 20, 1819. Children: 

1 Mary Cassel, b. August 2, 1762; d. January 22, 

1831. 

2 Henry Cassel, b. May 2, 1764. 

3 John Cassel, b. March 13, 1766. 

4 Rachel Cassel, b. February 26, 1769. 

5 Catharine Cassel, b. January 3, 1771. 

6 Abram Cassel, b. September 10, 1773; d. Feb- 

ruary 8, 1840. 

7 Jacob Cassel, b. November 29, 1775. 

8 George Cassel, b. December 4, 1777; d. August 

15, 1857 ! m - Mary. 

9 Joseph Cassel, b. January 11, 1781 ; d. November, 

1866. 

10 Rev. Leonard Cassel, b. April 1, 1784; d. Septem- 

ber, 1808; m. Miss Chambers. 

11 David Cassel, b. March 17, 1788; d. February 8, 

1 86 1 ; m. Miss Royer. 



38 CASSEL FAMILY. 

No. 8 George Cassel, m. Mary Brown. Had children : 

Reuben Cassel. 

Abraham Cassel. 

David Cassel. 

Catharine Cassel. 
Elizabeth Cassel, m. Smith. The rest died young; do 
not know names. 

No. 9 Joseph Cassel ; children's names not known. He was 
the grandfather of Captain W. H. Cassel, of Druid 
Hill Park, Baltimore. 

No. 1 1 David Cassel. His children were : 
Abraham. 
Malinda. 
Margaret. 
Nancy. 
Deborah. 
Elizabeth. 
Susan. 
Lydia. 
Lucinda. 
One was burnt to death when a child. 



FAMILY OF HUPERT CASSEL 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



i 21 i HUPERT CASSEL came to Pennsylvania 

about 17 1 5 or 1720; married a Miss 

Syche and settled in Skippack. 

His children were : Yelles, Elizabeth, 
Henry, Abraham, and Mary. 

Hupert Cassel, our remote ancestor or original progenitor 
of the Cassels in America, more particularly the line repre- 
sented in this work, emigrated to this country about 171 5 or 
1720, from Kriesheim, called the Palatinate (Pfalz), a Province 
of Germany, west of the Rhine. It is now divided between 
Bavaria and Hesse-Hamburg. He was then a single man. 

On his arrival in America he stopped at Germantown 
and hired his services to different individuals, both as a hus- 
bandman and weaver, until he became acquainted with a 
Dutch girl (native of Holland), whose Christian name was 
Syche, with whom, as soon as circumstances would permit, 
he was joined in the holy bond of matrimony. Meanwhile 
his brothers, Yelles, or Julius, and Johannes, who were cor- 
responding with him from Germany, charged him by the most 
solemn remonstrances not to marry a Dutch girl, they having 
for some — to me unknown — cause, imbibed a deep-rooted 
prejudice against the woman of that nation, but for which they 
had abundant occasion to repent, as the sequel will show. 
For soon after, his brothers, Yelles and Johannes, also emi- 
grated to America and arrived in the ship Friendship, on the 
1 6th of October, 1727, after a passage of four months, from 
Rotterdam. 



40 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Johannes Cassel settled westward in the vicinity of Co- 
lumbia, Lancaster County, Pa. 

Yelles or Julius Cassel settled with his brother Hubert, 
by whom he was received with the greatest imaginable kind- 
ness, and especially his wife. They boarded and lodged them, 
and afterwards divided their land, one hundred and fifty acres, 
with them and assisted them in every possible manner to put 
up his buildings, etc. ; and, on the whole, she was such a 
noble, kind-hearted woman and so devotedly pious that he 
began to think she was one of a thousand, whose equal could 
not be found. In consequence he oft confessed and implored 
her forgiveness for having so unkindly and undeservedly 
despised her. 

The tract of land which he occupied (150 acres) was a 
part of 6166 acres taken up or bought of Matthias Van Beb- 
ber, of Bohemia River, Maryland, who bought it from William 
Penn, Proprietary Governor of Pennsylvania, dated 1702, of 
which Dirk and William Renberg, of Muhlheim, bought three 
hundred acres in the year 1706, of which Dirk Renberg 
bought his moiety, one hundred and fifty acres, in 17 19, and 
settled on it, from whom the aforesaid Hupert Cassel, all of 
Van Bebber (Skippack) Township, bought the said tract of 
150 acres. The date of the title is November 16, 1725, which 
has constantly been occupied by his descendants until the 
year 1855, a period of about 130 years, without a deed. Be- 
ing constantly willed from father to son until the last occu- 
pant, Samuel Cassel, son of Henry Cassel, who died without 
issue, whereupon it was sold, in the year 1857, and passed 
into the hands of Mr. Johnson. 

The old articles of agreement between Dirk Renberg and 
Hupert Cassel are yet existing, bearing date July 24, 1725, 
and are in manner following, to wit : To give immediate pos- 
session. But the corn now in the ground is excepted, and 
sufficient house-room for himself and family till first of April 
next, and to keep a cow and horse with sufficient provender 
until the time aforesaid, and to have a good and lawful title 
executed until 16th of November, A. D. 1725, with seven 



CASSEL FAMILY. 4 1 

bonds of ^"10 each, the interest of the sum to be diminished 
only as the bonds are paid off, for the true performance of 
which they bound themselves in each other in a bond of .£200 
each. From his will we learn that he was a weakly man. A 
man of very delicate health, and, as it appears, never pos- 
sessed much of this world's goods, for in his will we find 
many articles of a very trivial value specified to his several 
heirs. As for instance, to my dear and much beloved wife, 
" Syche," he says, I give ;£io in cash, with best bedstead and 
bedding, besides a featherbed and two extra sheets, pillow- 
cases, etc. ; the first pick of my cows, besides some other very 
trifling articles, such as a teakettle, the little table, etc. 

To my son Yelles or Julius I give all that tract of land 
which I bought of William Johnson, which was then a dense 
wilderness, but he has already put buildings on and fitted it 
up for himself, boarded the workmen at home at a distance of 
two and a half miles. 

To my son Abraham I give my two looms with my 
whole weaving tacle. 

And to my son Henry I leave this, my residence, with a 
dower of £jo for the maintenance of my dear wife. And if 
in case she proves uneasy with the noisomness of the family 
my son Henry shall find and provide for her a convenient 
apartment, such as may be agreeable to her, out of her said 
legacy. 

And to my daughter Elizabeth, wife of Nicholas Halde- 
man, Jr., I give £10. 

And to my youngest daughter, Mary, I give the sum of 
twenty pounds current lawfull money, when she arrives at the 
age of eighteen years. 

The above is copied from the original manuscripts, now 
in possession of Abraham H. Cassel, at Harleysville, Mont- 
gomery County, Pa., by Samuel K. Cassel, great-great-grand- 
son of the aforesaid Hupert Cassel, January 2, 1879, f° r tne 
Cassel genealogy. Afterwards, when his health failed, all the 
papers in his possession were given into the hands of Daniel 
K. Cassel, of Germantown, brother of the above mentioned 
(c. f.— 5.) 



42 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Samuel, and rewritten for this work on July 4, 1891. The 
children of Hupert were Julius, Henry, Abraham, Elizabeth 
and Mary. 

Following is the will of Hupert Cassel as recorded at 
Philadelphia, Book H, No. 36, page 57 : 

Be It Known unto all whom it may concern That I 
Huppert Kassel of y e Township of Skippack and Perkiomen 
in y County ot Philadelphia, Weaver, being Sick and weak 
of Body, Nevertheless my Memory and understanding Sound 
and perfect, and Considering the uncertainty of my life, do 
make and ordain this my last Will and Testament this 
Eleventh day of May in the year of Our Lord One thousand 
Seven Hundred and forty-five. Impris. I Will that all my Just 
debts which I shall owe at y e time of my decease together 
with my funeral charges be duly observed and p d by my Ex- 
ecutors herein named. 

2 ,1(J ly I give and bequeath unto my dear and well be- 
loved Wife Seythe Kassel the third part of all my movables 
throughout and fifteen pounds Lawful money of Pennsylvania 
payable to her by my two Sons Julius Kassel and Henry 
Kassel in Equal Shares Each when my daughter Mary ar- 
rives or Should so arrive to Twenty One years of Age. 

I give unto my Said Wife my best Feather bed, Bedding 
and Bedstead with the furniture thereof Likewise her choice 
thereof one of all my Cows with the privilege to dwell and 
abide in my dwelling house for and during y e time She re- 
mains my Widow unmarried, and if in case She proves un- 
easy with the Noisomness of the family my Son Henry shall 
find and provide for her a convenient apartment which S d 
Legacys and privilege Shall be unto my S d wife in Lieu of all 
other rights or Dowers out of my Estate, Real and personal 
whatsoever. 

3 rd ly I give and devise and bequeath unto my eldest Son 
Julius Kassel all my Land which I bought of William John- 
son by the Metes and bounds thereof with all its Improve- 
ments To be held by my S d son Julius his heirs & Assigns 
from y e day of my decease thence forward and for ever he pay- 



CASSEL FAMILY. 43 

ing y e sum of Seventy pounds current Lawfull money of 
Pennsylvania for the use herein bequeathed, one part whereof 
is y e Seven pounds ten Shillings bequeathed to my S d wife as 
above mentioned. 

4 th ly I give, devise and bequeath unto my second Son 
Henry Kassel all y e land and plantation whereupon I now 
dwell by y e Metes & bounds thereof Estimated to Contain 
Sixty four Acres (be y e Same more or less) with all the ap- 
purtenances & Improvements thereunto belonging, To be held 
by my S d Son Henry his heirs and Assigns from y e day of 
my decease thenceforward and for ever He paying the Sum 
of Ninety five pounds Current Lawfull money of Pennsyl- 
vania for y e use hereby bequeathed one part whereof is the 
Seven pounds ten Shillings bequeathed to my said wife as 
above mentioned. 

5 th ly I give and bequeath unto my third Son Abraham 
Kassel my two Looms with all y e Gears and Utensils belong- 
ing thereunto, he paying unto my said wife y e Sum of three 
pounds Six Shillings and Eight pence therefrom when she 
requires. 

6 th ly I give and bequeath unto my eldest daughter Eliza- 
beth Holdeman, wife of Nicholas Holdeman, Jr., ye Sum of 
Ten pounds current Lawfull money as above said payable by 
my Executors out of my estate when my daughter Mary 
arrives or Should so arrive to Eighteen years of age. 

7 th I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary the sum 
of Twenty pounds Current Lawfull money as aforesaid, pay- 
able unto her by my Executors when she arrives or should 
so arrive to Eighteen years of age. 

8 th and with respect to what shall remain over and above 
paying my Said debts and Legacies aforesaid I do hereby 
Will, direct and bequeath that ye Same shall be divided in 
five equal Shares between my S d five children viz. : Julius, 
Henry, Abraham, Elizabeth and Mary, when my S d daughter 
Mary arrives or Shall so arrive to twenty one years of age 
and payable then to each & every one of them by my S d Ex- 
ecutors and if in case any of my said children dieth before my 



44 CASSEL FAMILY. 

S d daughter Mary arrives or Should so arrive to ye age afore- 
said having Lawfull Issue to Survive, Such Issue or Issues 
shall have her or their parents' share, payable on the time and 
manner aforesaid. 

9 th and I do hereby Constitute, and depute, and appoint 
my Said Wife Sythe Kassel and my Said Son Julius Kassel, 
together with my Brother Julius (or Yelles) Kassel to be my 
Sole Executors of this my last Will and Testament giving 
them or Either of them (as the case may require by reason of 
death or other disability) full power to do and act in ye 
premises what may be necessary and Lawfull, and in like 
manner I do by these presents nominate and Request my 
loving and Trusty friends and Neighbors Valentine House- 
here, of Ye Township of Skippack and Perkiomen, aforesaid 
yeoman, and Andrew Ziegler, of Salford, in the County of 
Philadelphia, Sadler, guardians over my children, Such as 
Shall be in their Minority at y e time of my decease giving 
them hereby full power and absolute authority to command, 
compell that this my said will, be duly observed, performed, 
fulfilled and kept, according to the purport, meaning, Tenor, 
true intent, thereof finally revoking and disannulling all other 
former Wills, Testaments, Legacies, Executors by me in any 
manner of ways before this time Willed, named and be- 
queathed, Ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be 
my last Will and Testament. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal 
dated the day and year first above written, 

Huppert Kassel. 

Signed, Sealed and declared by the Said Huppert Kassel, 
that the above written is his last Will and Testament In the 
presence of us Y e Subscribers. 

John Bien, 
George Merkel, 
Robert Jones. 




CASSEL FAMILY. 45 

Salford the 7 th day of October, 1745, Then personally 
appeared John Bien and George Merkel, Two of y e Witnesses 
to the within written Will, and on their Solemn affirmation 
Respectively did declare they Saw and heard Hupert Kassel, 
The Testator within mentioned, Sign, Seal, publish and de- 
clare y e Same Will to be his last Will and Testament and that 
at y e doing thereof he was of Sound mind and understanding 
to the best of their Knowledge. 

coram Jacob Reiff 

By authority from 

William Plumsted, Reg-. Gen. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

1 22 2 Yelles or Julius Cassel, a brother to Hupert 

Cassel, came to America in the ship 
Friendship from Rotterdam on the 16th 
of October, 1727, after a passage of 
four months, and settled with his brother, 
Hupert, in Skippack, now Montgomery 
County, Pa. Hupert divided his farm, 
one .hundred and fifty acres, and sold 
one part to his brother Yelles, who at 
once erected buildings thereon. It is 
also said that he had been a Minister in 
the Mennonite Church at Skippack, then 
called Bebberstown. 

yelles cassel, the preacher. 

The following is a historic sketch relating to Yelles Cas- 
sel and was printed by Christopher Saur in 1749, which I will 
give in its original language : 

Aus. " Eine warnende Wachter Stimme von Jacob 
Lichy," des Stephan Benezet's Tochterman, Schwester des 
Anthony Benezet. 

Gedrucht bey Christoph Saur 1749 (now in the Library 
of A. H. Cassel). Dasz die Zinzendorfer die Kernnzeichen der 
falschen Propheten an Sich haben, und sehr oft unberufen 



46 CASSEL FAMILY. 

und ungeladen kommen, beweist die Tagliche erfahrung. Ihr 
ungehaltener besuch dieses, und des Vorigen Jahrs unter den 
Mennoniten in Conestogo bekraftiget es. Gleich wie aber die 
Raaben, Adler und Raub vogel. Wann sie ein vettes aas 
erchmacken, nicht erst warten bis man ihnen pfeifet. Sondern, 
ungerufen hineilen. So machten es auch die Zinzendorfer by 
denen Sonst aufrichtigen und reichen Mennoniten. Sie Sind 
aber auch meistenstheils als unberufene Gaste angesehen und 
mit leerer Hand wieder fortgeschickt, und ihnen gar nichts 
ubrig gelassen worden als dasz sie sich nun mit ihren eigenen 
rechtfertigen. Vorgeben als wann sie so Groszen Segen 
unter ihnen gehabt, breit machen konnen welches doch der 
wahrheit nicht Gemasz ist. Dann die Mennonisten haben den 
Zinzendorf auf der ersten Conference in Germantown 1741- 
42, Schon in Groben liigen erfunden und darum ihm nicht 
mehr zuhoren wollen da aber doch ein Lehrer unter ihnen. 
Namens Yelles Cassel, von den Zinzendorfern ist beredet 
worden dasz er zur Conferenz nach Oley Kommen und nur 
zuhoren soil, hat der Graff die List gespielt dasz Cassel ihm 
Seinen Kram un'terschreiben Soil, und damit hatte der Graff 
andere Mennonisten hintergehen, oder zum wenigsten in die 
welt hinein Prelen konnen, mit eines Mennonisten Lehrers 
namen aus Pennsylvanien, aber der ehrliche man entschuldigte 
Sich, dasz er weder im Namen Seiner Gemeine, oder vor Sich 
Selbsten etwas von Seinen Sachen Unter-Schreiben konne, 
Da Sagte der Graff. Ich will mit euch wetten worum ihr 
wolt, dass ehe ein Jahr vergeht so Sollen die halben Menno- 
nisten Mahrisch Sein (denen doch mehr als 2000 hier Sind) 
Yelles Cassel Sagte ; ich hab nichts zu wetten. Zinzendorf 
Sagte nochmal, warum wollt ihr nicht wetten ? Cassel Sagte, 
das wetten ist eine Sache vor lose Buben, oder leichtsinnige 
leute und Sagte nochmal Ich wette nicht und Unterschreibe 
auch nichts. 

Da nun der Graff ein Jahr im land war und noch Sieben 
Jahr dazu vorbey Sind, und hier noch nicht ein einziger Men- 
nonist so Mahrisch worden wie der Graff ist, oder in sein 
Netz kounte gebracht werden, so ist es auch bey ihnen ein 



CASSEL FAMILY. 47 

Ausgemachtes, nach dem wort des Herrn : Wann ein Prophet 
etvvas redet und wird nichts daraus, und kommt nicht so ist 
er ein falscher Prophet, und Sein wort ist nicht vom Herrn. 
Und man soil sich nicht vor ihm Scheuen ; dann der Prophet 
ist leichlsinnig und vermessen, Deu. 18: 20. Zeph. 1, 4, Er 
redet nach Seines herzens Gesicht, das war falsch. Jer. 23 : 
16. Sie haben aber doch des Graffen Diener bescheidentlich 
begegnet, dann Sie wollen keinen fremden Knecht richten. 
So viel mogen die besucher sich mit recht ruhmen. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

I 23 3 Johannes Cassel, also a brother of Hupert 

and Yelles, came to America with his 
brother Yelles in the ship Friendship, 
from Rotterdam, on the 16th of October, 
1727, and settled in Lancaster county, 
Pa., in the vicinity of Columbia. 

These three were brothers, and also grandsons of Yelles 1 
the preacher, at Kriesheim. They all came from Kriesheim, 
and, as far as known, were members of the Mennonite church. 
They also brought with them many valuable papers, manu- 
scripts and poems, written by Yelles Kassel 1 , at Kriesheim. 
A large portion of them were destroyed in a fire at the burn- 
ing of the house of one Hupert Cassel, a grandson of Hupert 
the first, and many of them are yet in the library of Abraham 
H. Cassel, at Harleysville, Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21. 
HUPERT CASSEL 1 . 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



24 1 Yelles Cassel, b. March 30, 1722; d. 1781. 

His children were Hupert, Barbara, 
Christian, Henry, Elizabeth and Abra- 
ham. 



4-8 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Geo. No. No. 



2 25 2 Elizabeth Cassel, b. October 5, 1723; m. 

Nicholas Haldeman, Jr., of Salford, 
Montgomery county, Pa. She died 
reported without issue. He married 
again to Catharine Geil, and had one 
son and three daughters; then she died. 
He married the third time to a Miss 
Hartman, and by her had one son and 
one daughter. Residence, Montgomery 
county ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

2 26 3 Henry Cassel, b. April 9, 1726; d. 1797; m. 

Margaret Godshall ; children, Yelles, Eve, 
Susanna. 

His will is recorded in Book 2, page 5, at Norristown, 
and reads as follows : 

In the name of God, Amen. I, Henry Cassel, of Towa- 
mencin township, the county of Montgomery, and state of 
Pennsylvania, being advanced in age but of sound mind, un- 
derstanding and memory, thanks be to God, do make and or- 
dain this my last will and testament in manner following : 

First. I will that all my just debts and funeral charges 
be satisfied and paid by my executors out of my personal 
estate. Then it is my will and I give to my beloved wife 
Margaret our bed and bedstead all belonging thereto, my pipe 
stove, thirty-hour clock, one cow her choice, and as much 
other household goods as she chooses and fifty pounds in 
money to be paid to her in three months after my decease. I 
also give unto her two rooms the northwest end of the house 
where we now live, and the two upper rooms and privilege at 
the fire-place, and in the cellar for her use, with sufficient 
egress and regress, and fire-wood ready cut and brought to 
the door fit for the pipe stove as much as she chooses. One- 
quarter of the garden and dung brought in as much as she 
chooses, and fruit of the orchard as much as she has need of. 
Fifteen pounds yearly and every year. The first payment to 



CASSEL FAMILY. 49 

commence in one year after my decease, and my son Yelles 
or his successor is to keep her cow, summer and winter, as he 
keeps his own. All this above mentioned she is to have as 
long as she remains my widow. Item, I give unto my son 
Yelles my wagon, plow, harrow, horse gears, the weaver loom 
with all the tackling belonging thereto. 

And whereas, I hold one hundred and thirty-one acres of 
land situated in Towamencin township, item, I give the afore- 
said one hundred and thirty- one acres of land with appurte- 
nances thereto belonging to my son Yelles Cassel, his heirs 
and assigns forever. And he the said Yelles Cassel is to pay 
and allow all the above mentioned articles to his mother. 
And I do estimate and value the aforesaid plantation to my 
son Yelles at seven hundred pounds in specie, out of which I 
give unto him one hundred pounds first and foremost instead 
of what I have given to my daughters Eve and Susanna in 
holds and money, and the remainder what is unpaid he is to 
pay as follows : seventy-five pounds in one year after my and 
my wife's decease, and so yearly and every year till the whole 
is paid, he having his equal share in each payment. Item, I 
give all my personal estate what is not already willed to my 
three children, named Yelles, Eve, wife of John Springer, 
Susanna, wife of George Trumbor, share and share alike ; and 
after my wife's decease my son Yelles is to have the thirty- 
hour clock, the pipe stove, and the large Bible, first and fore- 
most. The remainder is to be divided among my three child- 
ren, as before said. Item, it is my will and I order that my 
son Yelles is to get any necessaries my wife is in need of, such 
as going to mill and store or elsewhere ; but he is not to have 
any pay for his t trouble. 

And lastly, I constitute and appoint my son Yelles Cas- 
sel to be my executor of this my last will and testament, dis- 
annulling all the wills and confirming this and no other to be 
my last will and testament. 

In witness whereof, I, Henry Cassel, have hereunto set 
my hand and seal, dated the seventeenth day of May, in the 



50 CASSEL FAMILY. 

year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety- 
seven (1797). 

Henry Cassel. ^seal^ 

Signed, sealed and delivered by the said Henry Cassel 
as his last will and testament before us the subscribers. 
Jacob Kolb, and 
Jacob Kolb, Jr. 

Personally came each of the witnesses to the foregoing 
will, and being affirmed according to law, did say that they were 
personally present and did see Henry Cassel, the testator in 
the said will named, sign and seal and heard him pronounce 
and declare the same to be his last will and testament, and all 
the doing thereof he was of sound, disposing mind, memory 
and understanding, to the best of their knowledge. That they 
subscribed their names as witnesses thereto at the request of 
the testator, in his presence and in the presence of each other. 

Be it Remembered, that on the 14 August, 1797, the 
foregoing will of Henry Cassel was proven in due form of law 
and letters testamentary granted unto Yelles Cassel, executor 
within named, he having first affirmed well and truly to per- 
form the same and to render an account according to law. 

Given under my hand and seal, and registered the 17th 

day of May, 1797. 

Per Register, A. Webb. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

2 27 4 Abraham Cassel, b. July 31, 1728; d. 1776; 

son of Hupert first; m. Fiega Grimley. 

He settled in Salford township, Montgomery county, Pa., 
near the southwest corner of Upper Salford, about a mile 
from the junction of the Perkiomen and the Northeast branch 
and about a mile east of Schwenksville. He was a member 
of the Mennonite church at Salford. His farm contained 
about one hundred acres, and his will reads as follows : 

To know how it May concern : That I, Abraham Cassel, 
of Upper Salford Township, in Philadelphia County, Yeoman, 



CASSEL FAMILY. 5 I 

do find myself Sick in Body, But of Sound mind, Memory 
and understanding, Blessed be God, and as I know there is a 
time appointed for all Man to die, I therefore do order and 
make this my last will and Testament. 

First. I do recommend my Soul into the hands of God, 
the Allmighty, and my body unto the Earth to be buried in 
Christian-like manner. And Concerning my worldly Estate, 
I do dispose of the Same in the following manner : 

I will that all my Legal Debts and funeral charges shall 
be just and fully paid by my hereafter named Executors. 

Item. I will that my beloved wife Fiega shall keep house 
with my estate with the children, and to have the whole man- 
agement of the same if she remains my widow, till my only 
son Jacob shall be at his Lawful 1 age, and then it is my will 
that my Land and Plantation shall be valued and appraised 
by three men, which shall be chosen by my children, and my 
son Jacob shall have the place at the appraisement as the men 
then chosen shall think proper and the place can afford. In 
case my son shall refuse to take the place, then it shall be 
sold to the best advantage of my children. Likewise shall 
then all my movable estate be sold, and what my wife and 
children shall advance till my son is at age that shall be in 
equal shares between my wife and my son for their use for- 
ever. 

Item. I give and devise unto my well beloved wife our 
Bed, with the Bedstead and all the furniture belonging to the 
Same, all her Clothes with her Chest, and one-third of my 
movable Estate. All this I give to her for her own use and 
disposal, and further I give and devise unto her the interest 
of the third part what my land shall be appraised or Sold at 
which third part shall be Lease on my place, And the in- 
terest be paid to her yearly so long she remains my widow. 
But in case she marry, then she shall receive only half the In- 
terest of the same, and the said third part ; the one-half when 
she marries shall be divided among my children or their Heirs 
in equal Shares and the residue after her decease. 



52 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Item. It is my will if my son shall keep the place that my 
wife shall live with my son so long as she remains my widow, 
and he shall find her a good warm stove, Room and firewood 
fit for her use, and other Liberties in the House for her use. 
All the residue of my Estate I give and Divide unto my five 
children or their Heirs in equal Shares, named, Jacob, Eliza- 
beth, Catharine, Mary and Magdalena, and their Shares shall 
be paid to them as they follow in their age, and as the pay- 
ments of my plantation shall come due. But in case one or 
more of my children Should die before their Lawful age or 
without issue, then his or their share shall be equally Divided 
Between my wife, if she remains my widow, and my children 
then living or the heirs of their body. And I do nominate 
and appoint my Brother Henry Cassel and my Brother-in- 
law Solomon Grimley Sole executors of this my last will and 
Testament and give them full power to execute to my son or 
to the purchaser of my land or Plantation or the Survivor of 
them, a Deed and Sufficient Right as I personally could do 
myself, and that they shall execute the same according to the 
true Intent and maining herein Contained. 

As Witness my hand and seal this i8 lh day of January, 
in the year of our Lord One Thousand, Seven Hundred and 
Seventy Six. 1776. 

, Abraham Cassel. 




Signed, Sealed and delivered by the Said Abraham Cas- 
sel, as his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us. 
.William Gargis, 
John Barkey. 

Amount of inventory of Abraham Cassel, ,£[65 6s. 2d. 
Will approved March 15, 1776, at Philadelphia. Recorded 
in Book of the year 1775— 1 785. Page 270, No. 225. 



Mary Cassel, b. about 1732. No further 
record. It is generally presumed that 
she died unmarried. 





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CASSEL FAMILY. 53 

CHILDREN OF No. 24. 
YELLES or JULIUS CASSEL 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. So. No. 



3 29 1 Hupert Casscl, b. August 13, 1751 ; d. 1840; 

m. Magdalena Johnson, dau. of Nicholas 
Jans or Johnson, on June 9, 1774; he 
was the grandfather of Abraham H. 
Cassel, the antiquary at Harleysville, 
Pa. 

3 30 2 Barbara Casscl, b. October 25, 1753; d. 

aged 94 years ; m. Isaac Wisler. 

3 31 3 Christian Casscl, b. October 4, 1755; m. 

Susie Hendricks. 

3 32 4 Henry Casscl, b. November 10, 1759; m. 

Rachel ; one child, Henry. 

3 33 5 Elizabeth Cassel, b. September 6, 1761 ; m. 

November 25, 1794, to Jacob Stover 
(Stauffer), of Towamensing, farmer, Men- 
nonite, and a son of Henry Stauffer, of 
Hatfield township, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

3 34 6 Abraham Cassel, b. January 20, 1764; m. 

Catharine Oberholtzer. 

The following receipts will show some of the business 
transactions between the above named brothers. They were 
found among old papers and manuscripts of the Cassel family, 
now in possession of A. H. Cassel, at Harleysville, Pa. : 

Den 4ten Febuari, 1794, Empfangen von Abraham Kas- 
sel einer von den Administrators eber die Estate von Julius 
Kassel die Sume von funff Pfund als ein Theil von einer ver- 
fallen Schuld. Henrich Kassel. 



54 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Den /ten Juni, 1794, ferner Empfangen von Abraham 
Kassel wie oben gemeldt die Sume von 35 Pfund aus dem 
oben gemelden Estate. 

rlchtigkeit gemacht. 

Bekenne ich, Henrich Kassel. 

Den 24ten May, 1796, Geacortiert wegen dem Wagen 
und so einig worden das Henrich an mich bezahlin soil die 
Summa von fiinff Pfund Gangbar Geld, und Solches wann es 
ihm gelegen Sein wird, Oder wann es von mir begehrt wird. 

Henrich Kassel, Senior. 



CHILDREN OF No. 26. 
HENRY CASSEL 2 , of Hubert 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



3 35 1 Yelles Cassel, b. about 1750; m. Susanna 

Oberholzer, November 27, 1783; d. 1821. 

His marriage certificate is in the possession of his grand- 
son, Jacob H. Cassel, near Kulpsville, and well preserved and 
reads as follows : 

I do Certify, that Yelles Cassel, of Towamensing Town- 
ship, County of Philadelphia, Batchelor, and Susanna Ober- 
holzer, of Hatfield Township, In the Same County, Spinster, 
are Lawfully Married and Joyned together in holy Matri- 
mony, the Twenty-Seventh day of November, In the year of 
our Lord One Thousand, Seven Hundred and Eighty-three. 

TT c ir j 1 Michael Croll, ^r=r^ 

Upper ballord, r ., T ,. /TlTTfN 

-p,, .,i V- ?■ one of the Justices t seal. \ 

Ph.l a County. f nffh^p™ W^ 



Given under my hand 
and Seal this 27 th day of 
November A. D. 1783. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 55 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



3 36 2 Eve Cdssel,h. ; m. John Springer; 

children, Jacob, Henry, George, Abra- 
ham, John and Anna. 

3 37 3 Susanna Cassel,b. ; m. George Trum- 

bor. 

No children mentioned in the release deed, which is in 
the possession of Jacob H. Cassel, near Kulpsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 27. 

ABRAHAM CASSEL 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

3 38 1 Jacob Casscl,b. October 12, 1760; d. August 

1, 1838, aged J J years, 9 months, 12 
days; m. Susanna Clemens in 1781. 
She was born January 5, 1761, died December 4, 1844; 
aged 82 years, 10 months, 27 days. They are buried at Sal- 
ford meeting house, Montgomery County, Pa. Occupation, 
weaver and farmer. They were Mennonites. Residence, 
Montgomery county, Pa., about a half mile from Schwenks- 
ville, Pa. At one time he traveled to Shamokin to visit his 
sister Mrs. Abraham Haas. He rode all the way on horse- 
back, and crossed the Susquehanna river above Harrisburg. 

3 39 2 Catharine Cassel, b. about 1762; m. Abra- 

ham Haas, had children, and moved to 
Shamokin, Pa. It is said they after- 
wards moved to Ohio towards Cincin- 
nati. We have no further information. 
They have sons and daughters. 

3 40 3 Elizabeth Cassel, b. about 1764; d. Febru- 

ary 26, 1826; m. John Reiff (Miller); 
no issue. 



56 CASSEL FAMILY. 

She was his second wife. His first wife was Barbara 
Funk, a daughter of Rev. Christian Funk ; she died July 27, 
1798, aged 39 years. Residence, Lower Salford township, 
Montgomery county, Pa , at the mill afterwards owned by 
Jacob Allebach. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

3 41 4 Mary Cassel, b. 1765; d. July 29, 1828, 

aged 63 years ; m. Jacob Kline, Lower 
Salford, Montgomery county, Pa. He 
died November 17, 1821, aged 51 years, 
9 months, 25 days; farmer; Mennonites. 

3 42 5 Magdalena Cassel, b. 1768; d. 185 1, aged 

83 years; m. Henry Musselman. Resi- 
dence, Rockhill, Bucks county, Pa. Oc- 
cupation, shoemaker and farmer. He 
died 1825, aged 62 years; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 29. 

HUPERT CASSEL3, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

4 43 1 Hubert Cassel, b. May I, 1775 ; m. Catharine 

Kolb ; b. August 21, 1782, daughter of 
Isaac Kolb, of North Wales, Montgom- 
ery county ; farmer ; Mennonites ; res., 
Towamensing. 

4 44 2 Elizabeth Cassel, b. March 14, 1778; d. July 

26, 1830; m. John Boorse, June 8, 1797; 
res., Towamensing, Montgomery county. 
He died January 26, 1847. 

4 45 3 Magdalena Cassel, b. March 12, 1780; m. 

Isaac Hunsicker, February 29, 1803; d. 
aged 58 years; res., Skippack township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer ; 
Mennonites. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 57 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 46 4 Catharine Cassii, b. September 17, 1781, 

daughter of Hupert ; m. John Hiestand. 
She died. He married again to Kate 
Cassel, daughter of Henry Cassel. 

4 47 5 Yelles Cassel, b. October 23, 1783; d. Octo- 

ber 4, 1863 ; m. Mary Harley, December 
22, 1808. She was b. September 21, 
1789; d. October 6, i860; res., at Indian 
Creek, near Harleysville, Pa. ; occ, 
farmer ; member of the Brethren or 
Dunkard church ; and was the father 01 
Abraham H. Cassel, the antiquary. 

His marriage certificate is in possession of his son, Abra- 
ham H. Cassel, and reads thus : 

I Do Certify that Julius Cassel, the Township of YVor- 
gester, and County of Montgomery, and State of Pennsylva- 
nia, and Barbara Herly, of the township of Lowasalootin, the 
County and State aforesaid, Spinster, ar Lawfully Married 
and Joyned Together in Holy Matrimony the Twenty Secont 
Day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand 
Eight hundred and Eight.* 

By 

Andrew Schlichter, 
A Justice of the Peace. 

Rockliill, Bucks County : 

Given under My hand and 
Seal, the 22d Day of December, 
1808. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

4 48 6 George Cassel, b. April 19,1786; m. Barbara 

Detweiler, a daughter of Martin ; child- 
ren, Charles, Mary, Martin, Susanna, 
Jacob, Sarah, Elizabeth, Joel. 




*Note. — For the proper spelling of names, see above. No. 47 

(C. F.-6.) 



5§ CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



4 49 7 Anna Cassel, b. October 7, 1788; m. Abra- 

ham Funk, he died at Harleysville, and 
is buried at Salford Mennonite meeting- 
house, near Harleysville, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

4 5° 8 Jacob Cassel, b. August 30, 1 79 1 ; m. first 

to Susanna Bean, she died. He m. a 
second time to Margaret Hunsicker. 

4 51 9 Daniel Cassel, b. May 2, 1793; m. first to 

Regina Keyser. She died. He mar- 
ried a second time to Hannah Oberholzer. 

4 52 10 Abraham Cassel, b. October 20, 1794; m. 

Hannah Zoller ; died young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 30. 
BARBARA CASSEL3 (Wisler) ; of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 
4 53 1 Elizabeth Wisler, m. Jacob Wagner. 



CHILDREN OF No. 31. 
CHRISTIAN CASSEL3, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

54 1 Elizabeth Cassel, b. August 10, 1812; m. 

Lewis Heacock, b. July 13, 1814; d. 
May 31, 1883; Harleysville. 

55 2 Hannah Cassel, m. Thomas McFadden ; 

moved west; Dunkards. 

56 3 Catharine Cassel, no record. 



CHILDREN OF No. 32. 
HENRY CASSEL3, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 
$6}4 1 Henry Cassel. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 59 

CHILDREN OF No. 33. 
ELIZABETH CASSEL 2 (Stover); of Yellf.s 2 , of 

HUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

4 57 1 Henry Stover, m. Susie Cassel, daughter of 

John Cassel, farmer ; res., Towamensing, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 34. 
ABRAHAM CASSEL3 of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

58 1 Joseph Cassel, m. Catharine Metz ; res., 

Towamensing, Montgomery county, Pa ; 
farmer, and a minister in the Mennonite 
church at Hatfield, above Lansdale. 

59 2 Elizabeth Cassel, m. Joseph Benner ; res., 

Hatfield, Montgomery county, Pa., 
farmer. 

60 3 Henry Cassel, m. Elizabeth Wagner. 



CHILDREN OF No. 35. 
YELLES CASSEL3, of Henry 2 , of Hupert. 

4 61 1 Susie Cassel, b. about 1785 ; m Henry 

Boorse, son of John Boorse ; res., Tow- 
amensing, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonite. 

4 62 2 John Cassel, b. September 8, 1787 ; d. July 

22, 1863, aged 75 years; m. Susanna 
Hendricks, cl. 1859; res., Towamen- 
sing, Montgomery county, Pa ; farmer ; 
Mennonites. 



6o CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 63 3 Jacob Casscl, b. about 1 788, d. aged 76 years ; 

at Lucon, Montgomery county, Pa.; 
unmarried. 

4 64 4 Katie Casscl, d. aged 63 years ; at Lucon, 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; unmarried. 
1 

4 65 5 Barbara Casscl, d. aged 85 years ; at Lucon, 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 36. 

EVE CASSEL3 (Springer) ; of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

4 66 1 Jacob Springer. 

4 67 2 Henry Springer. 

4 68 3 George Springer. 

4 69 4 Abraham Springer, m. Hannah Funk, 

daughter of John Funk, of Cheltenham 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. 

4 7° 5 John Springer f m. Miss Reinewald, of Kulps- 

ville, Montgomery county, Pa. 

4 71 6 Anna Springer, m. Henry Leidy, the hatter 

at Line Lexington ; later moved to 
Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 38. 

JACOB CASSEL3, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

4 72 1 Abraham Cassel, b. March 15, 1782; d. June 

16, 1827; m. Polly Bean, October 15, 
1806. She was b. April 9, 1785 ; d. 
August 23, 1862; lived in Bucks county, 



CASSEL FAMILY. 6[ 

Individual Family 
Gsn. No. No. 

4 72 I followed farming, in later years moved 

to Skippack township, Montgomery 
county ; bought a farm and followed 
farming near Lucon ; they were Men- 
nonites. 

4 73 2 Catharine Cassel, b. March 11, 1784; d. 

January 4, 1863; m. Jacob Bergey, b. 
November 10, 1769; d. February 25, 
1825 ; aged 55 years, 3 months, 2 days. 
He was a son of Christian Bergey; res., 
Lower Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. Both are 
buried at Lower Salford Mennoniti 
church. 

4 74 3 Elizabeth Cassel, b. February 22, 1786; d. 

November 9, 1861 ; m. Abraham Kratz, 
b. August 25, 1785; d. February 1, 
1870; res., Skippack, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. Both 
are buried at Salford Mennonite church. 

4 75 4 Molly Cassel, b. October 17, 1789, in Salford, 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; d. March 9, 
1856, in Juniata county, Pa. ; m. Samuel 
Bergey, b. August 2, 1790, in Franconia, 
Montgomery county, Pa.; d. March 21, 
1847, m Juniata county, Pa. 
They lived in Franconia and followed farming, until the 

year 1842, when they moved to Juniata County, Pa. He was 

by trade a tailor. Both were Mennonites. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

4 76 5 Jacob Cassel, b. July 5, 1792, in Upper Sal- 

ford township, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
d. November 19, 1878, aged 86 years, 4 
months, 14 days; m. Wilhelmina Kolb, 
March 7, 18 19, she was b. May 25, 1800, 



62 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 76 5 and d. July 18, 1876, aged 76 years, 1 

month, 24 days ; res., Upper Salford, 
Montgomery county, Pa v near Schwenks- 
ville ; occ., weaver and farmer. 

He served a term in the School Board in Upper Salford 
school district. Both were Mennonites, and are buried at 
Salford Mennonite Church. 

4 77 6 John Cassel, b. November 18, 1794,111 Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. ; d. September 9, 
1866, in Canada, aged 71 years, 10 
months, 21 days; m. Sallie Bean, Sep- 
tember 19, 1820; she was b. February 
26, 1799; d. September 23, 1885, aged 
86 years, 6 months, 25 days. 
They lived in Upper Salford township, Montgomery 

county, Pa., until 1850. They moved to Waterloo county, 

Canada, where both died and are buried. Occupation, farmer; 

Mennonites. 

4 78 7 Susanna Cassel, b. September 11, 1799; d. 

December 9, 1854, aged 55 years, 2 
months, 28 days ; m. Daniel Panne- 
becker, November 8, 1818; he was b. 
December 13, 1791 ; d. April 16, 1884, 
aged 92 years, 4 months, 3 days ; by 
trade carpenter and builder, also farmer ; 
res., Skippack township, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; he also served as Super- 
visor in his township for several years ; 
he was German Reformed, and she was 
Mennonite. 



CHILDREN OF No. 41. 
MARY CASSEL.3 (Kline), of Abraham, 2 of Hupert 1 . 
4 79 1 Jacob Kline, b. January 26, 1801 ; d. Decern- 



IpUBUC UBRAWI 

5S 




SAMUEL HAKLEY. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 63 



Individual Family 

Geo. No. No. 



4 79 1 ber 17, 1883, aged 81 years, 10 months, 

22 days ; m. Elizabeth Wile ; res. Har- 
leysville, until in later years, he moved 
with his son, Jacob, to Spring Mount, on 
the Perkiomen railroad ; farmer ; Men- 
nonites ; and are buried at Salford Men- 
nonite meeting-house, Montgomery Co., 
Pa. 

4 80 2 Abraham Kline, b. November 18, 1797; d. 

January 10, 1843, at Harleysville ; m. 
Lydia Musselman, b. September 25, 
1 80 1 ; d. February 26, 1891, at Souder- 
ton, Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer ; 
Mennonites ; both are buried at Salford 
Mennonite Church. 

4 81 3 Catharine Kline, b. June 23, 1793; m John 

Harley, occ, shoemaker and farmer ; 
res., Upper Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; they were members of the Brethren 
or Dunkard Church. 

4 82 4 Elizabeth Kline, b. February 20, 1795 ; m. 

Samuel Harley, who was a prominent 
preacher in the Brethren or Dunkard 
Church, at Indian Creek, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

Rev. Samuel Harley, son of Abraham Harley, born No- 
vember 26, 1795, married Elizabeth Kline, and had two child- 
ren, Jonas and Eeah, who married Samuel Kline, but leaves 
no issue. He was a farmer by occupation, and early in life 
became a member of the German Baptist or Brethren Church. 
It was not very long until he was elected to the office of dea- 
con in which capacity he was often requested to offer prayer 
and to bear testimony to the sermons, which he did with so 
much ability that he was soon called to the ministry. He 
was a diligent reader of Scripture, of church history, of the 



64 CASSEL FAMILY. 

church fathers and of religious authors, and improved rapidly 
as a speaker and orator. After the death of Elder William 
Price, in 1849, he was ordained to the position of Bishop by the 
laying on of hands. He had much magnetic influence and in 
his preaching had a very persuasive way in declaring his 
ideas, appealing to sinners, convincing and converting them. 
He was the most eloquent German minister in the Brethren 
Church in his time, and wherever he went he drew large 
crowds of people. He was also very sociable and affectionate 
in his intercourse with his friends. He often went into other 
localities to preach, and when it was known that he was com- 
ing, the people would flock together to hear him. It was by 
his preaching that many people were converted to God and 
a number of churches were started, and eight or more meet- 
ing-houses were built under his care. As a minister and an 
orator he was very successful, and his abilities were of the 
highest order. In his old age he suffered much from gravel, 
with which he was afflicted a number of years, and the several 
last years of his life kept himself secluded in his room. He 
died October 20, 1878, aged 82 years, 10 months and 24 days. 
His wife, Elizabeth, died March 12, 1872, aged yy years and 
20 days. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

4 83 5 Mary Kline, b. May 13, 1796; m. Jacob 

Shutt ; farmer ; Mennonites ; res., Har- 
leysville, Montgomery county, Pa. 

4 84 6 Sallic Kline, b. February 2, 1799; unmar- 

ried ; res., Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 42. 
MAGDALENA CASSEL3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , 

of HUPERT 1 . 

4 85 I John Musselman, b. April 17, 1791 ; d. Feb- 

ruary 20, 1837; m. Nancy Moyer, July 
11, 181 3 ; she was born June 22, 1792. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 65 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 86 2 Michael Musselman, d. young. 

4 87 3 Abraham Musselman, d. 1793, aged 5 years, 

18 days. 

4 88 4 ^r/jrj/J/w^Y7///(?;/,d.i793,aged4years,6da)'s. 

4 89 5 Samuel Musselman, d. about 1875. 

4 90 6 Molly Musselman, d., aged 5 years. 

4 91 7 Susanna Musselman, d. young. 

4 92 8 Lydia Musselman, b. September 25, 1801 ;- 

d. February 26, 1891, aged 90 years ; m. 
Abraham Kline, b. November 18, 1797 ; 
d. January 10, 1843. 

4 93 9 Jacob Messelman ; was a school teacher ; m. 

Nancy Ruth ; had children. 

4 94 10 Catharine Musselman, b. July 9, 1806; m. 

Abraham Freed; d. October 9, 1841 ; 
she m. again to Christian Souder ; res., 
Souderton, Pa. 

4 95 11 Henry Musselman, b. November 2, 1808; 

by trade a weaver and farmer ; m. Eliza- 
beth Garges, November 11, 1835. b. Sep- 
tember 13, 1813; d. June 23, 1841 ; he 
m. again to Catharine Loh, December 
4, 1842, b. November 5, 1811; d. No- 
vember 22. 1880; res., Upper Salford, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

4 96 12 David Musselman, b. October 10, 18 10; d. 

October io, 1893, aged 83 years; m. 
Kate Wile, November 23, 1834, b. Feb- 
ruary 12, 18 17; lived in Lower Salford 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. 
In later years they moved to New Pittsburgh, Wayne 

county, Ohio. He was a shoemaker by trade and a school 

teacher in his younger years. 



66 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 43- 
HUPER.T CASSEL*, of Hupert3, Q f Yelles 2 , of Hu- 



PERT 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



97 i Jesse Cassel, m. Catharine Kolb ; his occ, 

farmer ; Mennonites ; res., Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
served in the School Board a number of 
years. 

5 98 2 Isaac Cassel; res., Towamensing township, 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer; served 
in School Board a number of years ; was 
generally known by the name of " big 
Isaac " ; m. Elizabeth Ruth ; Mennonites. 

5 99 3 Eli Cassel; res., Kulpsville, Montgomery 

county, l'a. ; m. Eliza Jane McAllister; 
farmer. 

5 100 4 Rachel Cassel, b January I, 181 3; d. Feb- 

ruary 16, 1890, in Juniata county, Pa. ; 
m. Aaron Leidy ; b. May 8, 1808, of Hat- 
field, Montgomery county, Pa.; then 
moved to McAllisterville, Juniata county, 
Pa.; he has now (1891) been Assessor 
in Fayette township for 28 years in suc- 
cession. 

I clip from the Juniata " Herald," of Mifflintown, Pa., 
September 12, 1889, the following: "Aaron Leidy, McAllis- 
terville's oldest citizen, since the death of 'Squire H. T. Mc- 
Allister, was in town on Tuesday, looking as hale and hearty 
as he did twenty years ago. Although past fourscore years 
he informed us that he walked all over Fayette this summer 
making the assessment. Where is there another assessor 
with such a record ?" 



CASSEL FAMILY. 67 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



10 1 5 Catharine Cassel, m. Enos Ratzel, of Souder- 

ton, Montgomery county, Pa. ; engineer. 

5 102 6 Elizabeth Cassel, m. John Keyser ; has been 

a deacon in the Mennonite Church at 
Skippack. 

5 103 7 Ann Cassci, m. John Kolb, brother of Jacob 

Kolb, the Bishop. 



CHILDREN OF No. 44. 
ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Boorse), of Hupert3, of Yel- 

LES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

5 104 i Ptter Boorse, b. June 1, 1803; d. unmarried. 

5 105 2 Henry Boorse, b. October 14, 1799; d. April 

26, 1869; m. Susie Cassel, March 5, 
1822; d. April 6, 1856; res., Kulpsville, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer ; Men- 
nonites. 

5 106 3 Abraham Boorse, m. Christianna Kramer. 

5 107 4 Harmon Boorse, b. February 3, 1805 ; m. 

Mary Miller. 

5 108 5 Joseph Boorse, b. March 19,1813; m. Mary 

Snyder. 

5 109 6 Jacob Boorse, b. April 2, 181 2; m. Kate 

Bean. 

5 no 7 Mary Boorse, b. January 7, 1 820 ; m. Elias 

Cassel ; res., Towamensing township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; oca, tailor; 
in later years moved to Bucks county, 
Pa. 



68 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 iii 8 Catharine Boorse, b. October 3, 181 7; m. 

James Loyd ; no issue. 

5 112 9 Magdalcna Boorse, b. January 16, 1822; m. 

Jacob Boyer. 

5 113 10 I lit pert Boorse, b. May 19, 1821; d. May, 

1895 ; m. Margaret Smith ; she died ; he 
married again, Catharine Kratz, b. Au- 
gust 26, 1825; d. 1894; a daughter of 
Abraham Kratz, of Skippack, Pa. ; res., 
Kulpsville ; occ, farmer; Mennonites. 

5 1 14 ! 1 Daniel Boorse, b. September 9, 1807 ; d. De- 

cember 3, 1883 ; m. Catharine Ober- 
holzer; res., Kulpsville, Pa. ; occ, farmer ; 
Mennonites 

5 115 12 Jolui Boorse, d. single, June 7, 1809. 



CHILDREN OF No. 45. 
MAGDALENA CASSEL* (Hunsicker), of Huperi-\ 

of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

5 116 1 Catharine Hnnsickcr, b. September 23, 1804 ; 

m. Jacob Kolb, b. 1799 ; he was ordained 
to the ministry in the Mennonite Church 
in 1838; four years later he was ordained 
a Bishop in said church ; he died in 
1875, an d is buried at Hatfield Menno- 
nite meeting-house, Lansdale ; res., Tow- 
amensing township, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer ; his wife is still living (1896). 

5 117 2 Sarah Hnnsicker,h. February 5, 1806; m. 

Henry Johnson, b. March 13, 1806; d. 
July 24, 1879. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 69 

He was a minister of the Mennonite Church, at the old 
Skippack meeting-house, for 32 years. He was a Bishop 
about 28 years, and school teacher for 34 years, 32 years at 
the old Skippack meeting-house and two years at Lower Sal- 
ford meeting-house; res., Skippack township, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

Individual Family 
Gen. Xo. Xo. 

5 118 3 Barbara Hunsicker, b. October 24, 1807; 

unmarried. 

5 119 4 Magdalena Hunsicker, b. June 25, 1809; m. 

Jacob Krupp ; res., Towamensing town- 
ship, Montgomery county Pa. ; occ, 
farmer ; Mennonites ; they are buried at 
Lansdale Mennonite church. 

5 120 5 John Hunsicker, b. February 8, 1811; m. 

Elizabeth Rosenberger ; d. 1 889. 

5 121 6 Isaac Hunsicker, b. April 18, 18 14; d. young. 

5 122 7 Anna Hunsicker, b. October 14, 1816; d. 



youn 



&■ 



123 8 Isaac Hunsicker, b. October 3, 1819; d. De- 

cember, 1895 ; m. Mary Garges, d. Au- 
gust 18, 1890; res., Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 46. 
CATHARINE CASSEL* (Hiestand), of Hupert* of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

5 124 I John Hiestand, moved to Canada in 1833, 

and m. Catharine Bechtel ; farmers ; 
Mennonites. 

5 125 2 Abraham Hiestand moved to Canada in 1833 

and m. Hannah Kinsey ; had no issue ; 



yo CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No- No. 



5 125 2 she died ; he m. a second time to widow 

Betzner ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

5126 3 David Hiestand, m. Catharine Detweiler. 

5 127 4 Jacob Hiestand, m. Ellen Food. 

5 128 5 Isaac Hiestand, m. Elizabeth Latshaw. After 

her decease he married again to Mary 
Hunsberger. 

5 1 29 6 Elizabeth Hiestand, m. Daniel East ; had 

two daughters. 

5 1 30 7 Magdalena Hiestand, died young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 47. 

YELLES CASSEL 4 , of Huperts, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

5 131 1 Samuel H. Casse/,b. October 28, 1809; d. 

at his residence in Harleysville, Pa., 
February 17, 1842 ; m. Catharine Ander- 
son, December 3, 1842. She died. He 
m. second time to Elizabeth R. Price, on 
January 18, 1846. 

She was the daughter of the celebrated Dunkard preacher, 
William Price, who was one of the ablest in the Brethren 
church, and who was highly educated and a good poet. 
Samuel H. Cassel resided in Harleysville, Montgomery 
county, Pa. About the time of his first marriage he started 
in the mercantile business at Harleysville which he carried on 
for many years with great success. He with his brother 
Abram H. had been instrumental in getting the post office 
established at Harleysville of which he has been postmaster 
for many years. He has also been the treasurer of the 
Springhouse and Sumneytown Turnpike Company for a 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 7 I 

number of years. He is a member of the Dunkard church. 
The following in the Harleysville "News": Samuel H. Cas- 
sel, one of the best known citizens of this township, died at 
his residence in Harleysville last Saturday, aged 84 years. 
An aged widow and three children survive: Rev. F. P. Cas- 
sel, Lansdale ; Mrs. Peter Frederick, Lansdale ; and Mrs- 
Rosa Kahlbach, of Kansas. Interment took place on Wed- 
nesday, at the Indian Creek Dunkard burial ground. De- 
ceased resided in Harleysville over half a century, and for 
fourteen years was postmaster of the village. 

Individual Family 

Geu. Xo. No. 

5 132 2 Catharine Cassel, b. June 27, 181 2; d. July 

24, 1 89 1 ; m. John B. Cassel, on Nov. 
24, 1833. They were members of the 
Dunkard or Brethren church. 

Catharine Cassel, widow of John B. Cassel, was born 
June 27, 1812; married November 24, 1833; died July 24, 
1 89 1 ; aged 79 years and 26 days ; cause of death, inflamma- 
tion of bowels ; was buried at Grater's Ford, at the River 
Brethren Church, of which she was a member for many 
years. Deceased was a sister of Samuel H. Cassel and 
Abram H. Cassel, of Harleysville, Pa. 

Individual Family 

Geu. Xo. Xo. 

5 ! 33 3 Sarah Cassel, b. February 15, 18 17; m. 

Michael Freed, a machinist, they were 
members of the Dunkard or Brethren 
Church. 

5 134 4 Abraham H. Casscl. b. September 21, 1820; 

m. Elizabeth Rhoads, April 1, 1843; 

res., Harleysville, Montgomery county, 

Pa. 

He is a member of the Pennsylvania Historical Society, 
and a member of the Dunkard or Brethren Church. He is 
celebrated antiquary. 



72 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



The following sketch was prepared by George R. Prowell, 
of York county, Pennsylvania : 

Abraham Harley Casscl, antiquarian and bibliophile, 
founder of the Cassel library, was born in Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county, Pa., near Union Square, gen- 
erally called White's Corner, on September 21, 1820, and 
lived there until the year 1834. [Then his father, Yelles 
Cassel, bought a farm in Lower Salford, above Harleysville, 
Montgomery county, Pa., and moved there, Abraham going 
with him. It is on this place where his well known library 
is located, the collections of which he commenced about 
1830. — Author.] 

Though he has spent almost his entire life at this se- 
cluded spot, six miles from any railroad, following the oc- 
cupation of a farmer, he is well known in this country and in 
Europe for his remarkable literary attainments and his great 
success as a collector of rare books, p'amplets, papers and 
manuscripts. Having acquired a vast fund of valuable infor- 
mation by his own individual efforts from the many thous- 
ands of books he has collected, and never happier than when 
inspiring others with his own thirst for knowledge, or when 
dispensing the contents of his books to his many guests, for 
many years his country home has been the favored resort for 
editors, authors, learned men, and students of history, from 
all over this country and parts of Europe. On the paternal 
side he is a descendant of Hupert Cassel, a nephew of the 
pioneer, Johannes Cassel, Mennonites, who with many early 
German emigrants, by the personal invitation of William 
Penn, came over and settled at Germantown near Philadel- 
phia, in 1686. On the maternal side he is a great-great- 
grandson of the first Christoph Saur or Sower, the celebrated 
scholar and printer of Germantown, and of Peter Becker, the 
first elder of the German Baptist Church in America. From 
these men noted in the colonial history of Pennsylvania, Mr. 
Cassel doubtless inherited his great thirst for knowledge and 
taste for historical and classical literature. Many of the un- 
lettered Germans in his state and neighborhood, in conse- 



CASSEL FAMILY. 73 

quence of a supposed attempt in a previous generation to 
proselyte their children by compelling them to attend schools 
in which the religion of rival sects was taught, were averse to 
giving a boy an opportunity of gaining more than the rudi- 
ments of an education. This view was held by his .stern 
father, who endeavored to crush the son's desire for private 
study and reading by imposing upon him an extra amount of 
farm work. But Abraham seemed to have been born with a 
love for books ; as a little child his attention was attracted to 
a book more than any other plaything. An elder sister 
taught him to read in his eighth year, by the side of her 
spinning wheel. His only additional advantage was six- 
weeks' attendance at a country school near his home ; but 
he employed all his leisure time from his labors on his 
father's farm in diligent study of such books as came within 
his reach. His fondness for books developed in a wonderful 
degree, and he even spent much of the night, wrapped up in 
the covers of his bed, sitting in a cold room by the dim light 
of a tallow candle, eagerly obtaining a comprehensive knowl- 
edge of their contents. Being strongly endowed with mental 
concentration and a retentive memory, he soon learned to ab- 
sorb from a book its most valuable features, without the as- 
sistance of others, and he thus became a complete example of 
the self educated man. By his own efforts he obtained a 
thorough knowledge of German and English, and became 
quite familiar with Latin and Greek. At the age of eighteen 
he began to teach school and continued in that avocation 
from six to eleven months in each year, for eight years, and 
then engaged in farming at the paternal homestead, where he- 
still resides. Mr. Cassel prospered as a farmer, Early in life he 
became interested in colonial literature and began to collect 
rare and valuable books. While teaching school he learned the 
whereabouts of those now priceless works, which the relig- 
ious enthusiasts who settled Pennsylvania, brought across the 
Atlantic. In after life, in search of rare volumes, he made 
many a long trip, partly on foot through Pennsylvania, Mary- 
land, Virginia, Ohio, and the west of the Mississippi river and 
(c. f.— 7.) 



74 CASSEL FAMILY. 

beyond. On one of these tours he traveled over 6,000 miles. 
His sole object in bringing together these literary treasures 
was a love for books and his desire to study them. So the 
wonder grew until this plain, unpretentious farmer astonished 
the historical societies and learned men, when it became 
known that he owned a library of over 50,000 valuable books, 
pamphlets, and documents — historical, theological, and scien- 
tific. He brought together probably the most complete col- 
lection of the Franklin, Saur, Ephrata, and Swenkfelder pub- 
lications in America. His library establishes the fact that the 
early Germans in Pennsylvania were the most prolific pub- 
lishers of books in this country, previous to the revolution. 
He has many original documents of the literature of the re- 
formation, and first editions of the works of all the principal 
reformers, the earliest Bibles in many languages, first issue of 
all the leading newspapers in the Ameiican colonies, and a 
great variety of works on ancient philosophy and archeology. 
For half a century he wrote for German and English periodi- 
cals and furnished a vast amount of valuable historical infor- 
mation to local histories in Pennsylvania and elsewhere. 
Early in life he was the companion of Watson the annalist, 
and of I. D. Rupp, the historian, and furnished to them much 
information. Fearing that his priceless volumes might some 
day be scattered through many libraries and their value lost 
to the investigator, Mr. Cassel gave about 28,000 books and 
documents to the Brethren's Collegiate Institute, at Mount 
Morris, 111., and contributed to the Historical Society of Penn- 
sylvania, about 3,000 valuable books and papers relating to 
the early history of that state ; besides making liberal dona- 
tions to Bridgewater College, Virginia, and a College in Ohio. 
His library now contains about 8,000 volumes and about 
16,000 pamphlets and miscellaneous documents. Mr. Cassel 
is a very prominent and influential member of the German 
Baptist or Dunkard Church, and has long held a command- 
ing position in its conferences, but he persistently refused to 
enter the ministry in answer to the earnest appeals of his 
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CASSEL FAMILY. 75 

he thought he was not " called of the Lord." For half a cen- 
tury he has been a wise counsellor in his church, and his de- 
cisions on important questions are generally accepted as final. 
He is universally recognized as the historian of his church. 
He declined lucrative situations offered him by merchants 
and by a bank, and twice refused to accept public office. He 
is the personification of benevolence, and has a gentleness 
of manner and kindliness of heart which win for him recogni- 
tion among all classes of people, who find in him a worthy 
friend and charming companion. Crowning all his noble 
qualities, is the spirit of humility which shows itself in all his 
daily acts. He has a certain simple eloquence of speech 
which is made impressive by his earnestness, and to which is 
lent an added charm by a slight German accent. He dresses 
in the plain habit of his brethren, and possesses a clean-cut 
face which is lit up with intelligence and kindled with enthu- 
siasm when he discourses on his favorite themes. It is one 
of the best evidences of the complete development of Air. 
Cassel's mind and character that he is held in the highest es- 
teem by his prosaic neighbors who care little for books, and 
everything for the crops and for thrift and economy. This 
is partly due to the fact that he has thrived by holding the 
plow himself, and has accumulated a competency, but the 
universal respect in which he is held by a large circle of ac- 
quaintances in all classes of society is mainly due to his sin- 
cere and noble character. 

The atmosphere of piety pervading his home, the beau- 
tiful simplicity of his manners, the endurance of his friendship, 
and the story of his remarkable career, have kindled a love 
for him, which is not bounded by the county or the state, but 
which even extends to foreign lands. 

The following is taken from the " Norristown Herald " : 

" Born and bred among the simple country-folk who make 

up the population of the German districts of the county, 

Abraham Harley Cassel is one of the most remarkable men 

that Montgomery county has produced. He has, strongly de- 



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veloped, the qualities of originality, acquisitiveness and persist- 
ence, as may be learned from the story of his life. 

" Surrounded by his books in his Lower Salford home, 
remote from the centres of learning and culture, he presents a 
most striking personality, indeed. An affection of the eyes 
prevents him from that close application to his beloved books 
which would be his choice, and which would be the solace of 
his old age. 

" He can still read a few minutes at a time, glancing in 
an hour, perhaps, at what would have occupied him ten 
minutes when his sight was perfect. In this way he is still 
able to enjoy to a certain extent the accumulations of a life- 
time. 

" His books and other literary rarities are stored in the 
upper rooms of his dwelling, which is occupied by himself, 
his wife, his sister and an unmarried daughter. Visitors 
mount old-fashioned back stairs, and are ushered at once into 
one of the rooms containing his treasures. The room is long, 
low and narrow, containing many thousand volumes. Both 
sides are lined with drawers to the height of three feet. Above 
are book-shelves extending entirely around the room. At 
the ends are Mr. Cassel's worktables, between which extends 
a sort of partition in the middle of the room, lined on both 
sides with books, classified into various kinds. In this room 
there is scarcely space to turn for books. 

" The drawers mentioned are filled mostly with books, 
placed on their edges in rows, for economy of space. In 
these are also pamphlets and other documents, all disposed 
so as to take up as little room as possible. In another room 
adjoining is a somewhat similar arrangement of literary treas- 
ures, numbering thousands. 

" In the course of a long life Mr. Cassel has received and 
written many letters. He opens drawer after drawer and 
shows all that have come to him, fifteen or twenty thousand, 
preserved and filed away w r ith the most scrupulous care. 
They are from more than 1 200 correspondents, many of them 
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a most indefatigable collector, as everything around you in- 
dicates. 

" Unassuming, and gentle as a woman, Mr. Cassel is a 
delightful talker. In listening to him you can imagine that 
he has familarized himself thoroughly with the best thoughts 
of the multitude of books before you He is one of the best 
informed men of his day and he can converse intelligently on 
almost any subject. His countenance bears the impress of 
the innocence and simplicity of the Dunkard faith in which 
he is an earnest believer. You do not attempt to carry on a 
conversation in the ordinary sense of the term. You simply 
listen while he tells you, his eye lighted up with enthusiasm, 
of his matchless collection of books. He takes down rever- 
ently a King James Bible, a commentary, or other work, re- 
ligious, scientific or medical. He shows you that electricity 
is not the entirely modern science that you believed it, and 
that there are a hundred English Grammars older than Lind- 
ley Murray. 

" You listen enthralled to the flow of words from one 
who is thoroughly familiar with his subject, knowing more, 
perhaps, about rare books than any man in America. He 
hands you down from his shelves old volumes bound in vel- 
lum, in parchment, in hog-skin. You take hold of another 
volume with a shiver, f >r you feel that there is something 
weird and uncanny about it as soon as you see it and he in- 
forms you that it is bound in human skin. He goes on, show- 
ing you his treasures until night falls, and you regret that the 
time has come to part with one who impresses you as a man 
of wonderful patience and industry and learning and wisdom 
and gentleness. 

" He still detains you in conversation, and you find your- 
self, like the listener in Coleridge's 'Ancient Mariner,' held by 
his ' glittering eye.' He talks of the men he has known, of 
the various experiences of his long life, of his passion for 
books and other topics. You finally bid him farewell and go 
away, wondering where you will find another like him. You 
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to your eyes that of which you had formed but a faint concep- 
tion from what you had read or heard." 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 135 5 Mary Cassel, b. July 31, 1828; m. Abraham 

L. Moyer; he died, then she m. Samuel 
K. Harley, of Upper Salford township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 48. 
GEORGE CASSEL*, of Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , of Hu- 

PERT 1 . 

5 136 1 Charles Cassel, m. Mary Newcomer. 

5 137 2 Mary Cassel, b. about April 20 or 25, 18 14; 

m. Christian Wismer, b. 18 17; reside at 
Lansdale, Pa. 

5 138 3 Martin Cassel, b. December 6, 18 16; m. 

Catharine Godshall, b. November 11, 
181 5; d. March 10, 1880; she was the 
daughter of William Godshall. 

5 139 4 Susanna Cassel, unmarried. 

5 140 5 Jacob Cassel, resided a Chalfont, and are 

buried there at the Lutheran church ; 
m. Matilda Shellenberger ; children, 
George, Kate, Joel, Sallie, Lizzie, Jesse 
and Charles. (See children of No. 41, 
of Jacob Cassel.) 

5 141 6 Sarah Cassel, m. Daniel Northup ; no issue ; 

both deceased. 

5 142 7 Elizabeth Cassel, died young. 



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Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 



5 143 8 Joel Cassel, m. Miss Frances; children, An- 

nabella, Lydia, Mary and Frank ; his 
address, Mastoon P. O., Illinois ; he 
married a second time ; no issue by 
second wife ; res., Indiana. 



CHILDREN OF No. 49. 
ANNA CASSEL* (Funk), of Huperts, of Yelles 2 , of 

HUPERT 1 . 

5 144 1 Anna Funk, m. John Sentman, b. about 

1814; res., Triwigtown, Pa.; children, 
Samuel John and Emma Elizabeth. 

5 145 2 Elizabeth Funk, m. a Mr. Graves, of Phila- 

delphia, a Methodist class leader ; then 
they moved to Meadville, Pa., and from 
there to Conneautville, Crawford county, 
Pa. 

5 146 3 Daniel Funk. Last knowledge of him he 

was in Alabama. 

4 Magdalena Funk. Nothing definitely known. 

5 John Funk, d., aged 4 years. 

5 Abraham Funk. Last known of him he 
lived at New Albany, Indiana. 

5 149 6 Enos Funk, died young, aged 13 years. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 50. 

JACOB CASSEL 4 , of Hupert3, G f Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

5 150 1 Jesse Cassel, b. January 27, 181 3; d. Janu- 

ary 16, 1852; m. Harriet Kingkinger. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 151 2 Alary Cassel, b. February 16, 18 14; d. Feb- 

ruary 24, 1883; m. Philip Buchhammer, 
June 30, 1837; d. February 7, 1879; 
res., Kulpsville, Montgomery county, 
Pa.; farmer; Mennonites. 

5 152 3 Peter Cassel, b. April 28, 1815 ; d. April 19, 

1 87 1 ; m. Anna Printz. 

5 153 4 Daniel Cassel, b. August 9, 18 16; d. Sep- 

tember 25, 1892; aged 76 years, 1 
month, 17 days; buried at Upper Skip- 
pack Mennonite Church ; he was mar- 
ried to Mary R. Reiff, b. January 6, 
1826, and married November 17, 1844; 
he settled at Harmony Square, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 

Daniel Cassel was engaged in mercantile business for 
eleven years. Then he bought a property at Cedars, in Wor- 
cester township, same county, and followed the mercantile 
business for thirty-two years at that place with great success. 
He was also instrumental in getting a post office established 
at that place, called Cedars, of which he was postmaster for 
about ten years. He retired from business in 1888, and died 
in 1892. 

[dual Family 

No. 

Catharine Cassel, unmarried. 

Hupert Cassel, b. June 2c, 18 19; d. March 
3, 1 891, aged j 2 years; m. Letitia Ben- 
ner, on October 17, 1841, b. March 24, 
1822. 

5 156 7 Henry Cassel, b. March 26, 1824; d. March 

27, 1888 ; m. Mary Ann Snyder, daugh- 
ter of Isaac Snyder, of Lower Salford 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
she was born February 25, 1828 ; d. De- 



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cember 18, 1879; res., Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer. 

5 1 57 8 John Cassel, b. February 20, 1821 ; m. Ma- 

tilda Spare, b. March 13, 1828; d. May 
12, 1869. 

5 158 9 Eliza Cassel, b. December 15, 1825; m. 

Jonas Dotterer, b. November 21, 1826; 
d. June 16, 1874; m. on January 1, 
1848. 

5 159 10 Peggy Cassel, b. about 1827 ; d. January 3, 

1857; m. Isaac Barndt. 

5 160 ii Aaron Cassel, b. about 1830; d. unmarried; 

carpenter by trade, and lived with Ben- 
jamin Cassel, where he died, who was 
also a carpenter. 




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CHILDREN OF No. 51. 
DANIEL CASSEL*, of Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , of Hu- 

PERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 161 1 Elizabeth Cassel, m. Jacob Metz, son of 

Garret Metz ; res., Worcester township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; occ , cabinet- 
maker and undertaker. 

5 162 2 Catharine Cassel, m. Jacob Hendricks; res., 

Worcester township, Montgomery Co., 
Pa. ; farmer. 

5 163 3 Annie Cassel, m. John Metz, son of Garret, 

he died ; she afterwards m. Stephen 
Snyder, son of Isaac Snyder, of Lower 
Salford, Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 164 4 Sallie Cassel, m. Jacob Krupp, known as little 

Jacob. 

5 165 5 Michael Cassel, deceased. 

5 166 6 Joseph Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 52. 
ABRAHAM CASSEL*, of Hupert-3, of Yelles 2 , ol 

HUPERT 1 . 

5 166 1 Hupcrt Cassel, b. 1818; d. October, 184 1, 

single; aged 23 years. 

5 167 2 Franklin Cassel, b. January 1, 1820; m. 

Elizabeth Leister, b. February 8, 1822; 
m. October 1, 1843; their marriage cer- 
tificate reads as follows : 
This is to certify that on the first day of October, in the 

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three, Franklin Cassel & Elizabeth Leister were legally joined 
in marriage after the Ordinance of God, by Isaac W. Wam- 
pole, Esq. He was at the time a Justice of the Peace. 

Franklin Cassel was born and raised in Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; he obtained a fair education and engaged in teach- 
ing school in Towamensing township for a number of years ; 
he was also a carpenter by trade ; in later years he moved to 
Philadelphia, where he followed his regular occupation for a 
number of years; he then moved to Juniata county and had 
the agency of agricultural implements, for some years ; he 
then removed to Philadelphia again, where he still resides 
(1894). 



CHILDREN OF No. 54. 
ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Heacock), of Christians, f 

YELLES 2 , Of HUPERT 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. N'o. 



5 168 1 Mary Ann C. Heacock, b. March 30, 1839; 

m. Jacob R. Hange; res., Chatham 
Centre, Medina county, Ohio. 

5 i68}4 2 Hannah C. Heacock, b. September 22, 1840 ; 

her oldest daughter, Jane Specht, lives 
at Lansdale ; m. Wilson Fritchman ; re- 
sides at Philadelphia. 

5 16Z]/, 3 John C. Heacock, b. March 8, 1842; m. 

Susan Treisbach ; res., Telford, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 

5 169 4 Amos C. Heacock, b. March 6, 1844; m. 

Emma Krouse ; res., Boyertown, Berks 
county, Pa. 

5 169*^ 5 Susanna C. Heacock, b. June 7. 1846; m. 

Isaac T. Kulp ; res., Centre Point, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. ' 



5 169^ 6 Jacob C. Heacock, b. November 18, 1848; m. 

Mary B. Specht ; res., Lansdale, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 

5 170 7 Z.jv//^ 6~. Heacock, b. March 6, 1851; d. 

September 8, 1884; m. Charles Saylor ; 
resided at Conshohocken. 

5 170^ 8 Leah C. Heacock, b. October 14, 1853. 

5 171 9 Charles C. Heacock, b. October 26, 1855; 

m. Matilda R. Hendricks, on March 4, 
1876; res., Lederachsville, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; their children are : Ellwood 
H. Heacock, b. July 13, 1877; Lizzie H. 
Heacock, b. December 15, 1880; Wilson 
H. Heacock, b. November 9, 1884; Mamie 
H. Heacock, b. March 30, 1888; Estella 
H. Heacock, b. April 4, 1890; Alvin H. 
Heacock, b. August 30, 1892. 



CHILDREN OF No. 57. 
HENRY STOVER*, of Elizabeth Cassel3 (Stover), of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

5 172 1 Jacob Stover, a Mennonite minister of Kulps- 

ville, Pa. ; res., Towamensing, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. ; m. Rebecca Metz, 
daughter of Peter Metz. He is by occ, 
farmer, and a Mennonite minister. 

2 William Stover, m. Sarah Johnson. 

3 fosepli Stover, m. Mary Ritter ; no issue. 

4 John Stover, single ; deceased. 

5 Mary Stover, m. Benjamin Underkoffier. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 58. 
JOSEPH CASSEL*, of Abraham', of Yelled, of 

HUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 177 1 Abraham Cassel, b. about 1832; m. Catha- 

rine Bleam. 

5 178 2 Jiseph Cassel, b. June 14, 1834; m. Hannah 

Smith; b Februarys, 1835. 

To Joseph Cassel and Hannah belonged an old family 
Bible which had been in the Cassel family, and is now in the 
possession of Solomon K. Grimley, Esq., of Schwenksville, 
Montgomery county, Pa. It contains some very valuable 
records to those interested. It appears that it was brought 
to this country by Johannes Cassel about the year 1686, and 
was in the possession of Yelles Cassel, of Schriesheim, in der 
Pfalz.a number of years before it was brought to this country, 
he being one of the ancestors of the Cassel family, a number 
of the descendants of whom are located in Bucks and Mont- 
gomery counties. 

The Bible remained in the Cassel family until about four 
years ago (1890), at which time it was purchased by Mr. Grim- 
ley, having been in the Cassel family between two and three 
hundred years ; it is still in a good condition. It contains com- 
plete family records, dating back to the sixteenth century. It 
is not exactly Luther's translation but a revision of it by 
Christopher Froschauer, and printed by him in Zurich, in the 
year 1530. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 179 3 David Cassel, b. October 24, 1839; m. 

Amanda Kriebel, October 17, 1863. 

5 180 4 Jacob Cassel, m. Annie E. Mauck. 

5 181 5 Mary Cassel, m. Joseph Young. 

5 182 6 Sarah Cassel, m. Enos Hagy ; had two 

children ; both died in infancy. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 183 7 Betsey Casscl, m. Abraham Rosenberger ; 

he died, and she m. Henry Minninger. 

5 184 8 Henry Casscl, d. young. 

5 l %5 9 Jesse Cass el, d. young. 

5 186 10 Catharine Casscl, now deceased; m. John 

Kohl, of Skippack, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

5 187 11 Annie Casscl, d. young. 

5 188 12 Hannah Casscl, deceased; m. Abraham 

Meschter ; they had one child, it d. 
young. 

5 189 13 Susanna Casscl, m. Christian Moyer ; no 

issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 59. 
ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Benner) of Abrahams, f 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

5 190 I Kate Benner, m. Aaron Clemens ; res., Hat- 

field ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

5 191 2 Abraham Benner, b. March 7, 1826; m. 

Polly Kolb, November 9, 1848, a daugh- 
ter of Jacob F. Kolb, of Skippack. 

5 192 3 John Benner, d. in Philadelphia; m. Emma 

Frieman ; no issue. 

5 193 4 Henry Benner, m. Maria Detweiler; no issue. 

5 194 5 Samuel Benner, m. Barbara Biliard ; no 

issue. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 87 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



5 195 6 David Benner, m. Betsy Kolb, daughter of 

Jacob F. Kolb, of Skippack ; farmer ; 
Mennonites. 

5 196 7 Sarah Benner, m. Frank Conver; res., Hat- 

field, Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 197 8 Joseph Benner, m. Kate Detweiler. 

5 198 9 Elizabeth Benner, b. January 18, 1843, d. 

March 9, 1890 ; aged 47 years, 2 months, 
22 days ; m. Daniel Wile ; res., Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 

5 199 10 Moses Benner, d. young. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 60. 
HENRY CASSEL*, of Abrahams, of Yelles 2 , of Hu- 



1 John Cassel, m. Miss Hunsicker. 

2 Moses Cassel, m. ; res., Allentown. 

3 Abraham Cassel, m. Eliza Zearfoss. 

4 Ephraim Cassel, m. Annie Gehman. 

5 Samuel Cassel, m. Kate Newman. 

6 Emanda Cassel, m. William Moyer. 

7 Henry Cassel, m. Margaret Conver. 



CHILDREN OF No. 61. 
SUSIE CASSEL* (Boorse), of Yelles3, of Henry 2 , of 

HUPERT 1 . 

5 207 1 Ephraim Boorse, m. Elizabeth Ziegler; have 

issue ; res., Norristown, Pa. 



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Individual Family 
Gen. No No. 



5 208 2 John C. Bourse, b. June 27, 1831 ; m. Mary 

Rittenhouse, daughter of Samuel Ritten- 
house, on January 21, 1855 ; res., Kulps- 
ville, Montgomery county, Pa. 

John C. Boorse commenced his business career as farmer, 
and in 1855 purchased of his father the old homestead and 
conducted the business pertaining to a large farm until 1866, 
when he retired from the dull routine of the farm and engaged 
in the more active duties of surveyor, conveyancer, and Justice 
of the Peace, the duties of which he still performs to the en- 
tire satisfaction of all parties concerned. He entered the po- 
litical field in the early part of 1855, when he was elected 
township assessor, which position he filled for eight years. 
He was elected Justice of the Peace at the spring election in 
1862, and has held that office continuously until the present 
time. He has been one of the school directors of the town- 
ship for six years, judge of election for two terms, member of 
the election board for twenty-seven years, a member of the 
Republican County Committee for at least twelve years, and 
since the organization of the Republican party has been 
honored many times with a seat in the councils of its leaders, 
in the state and county, and has received the most flattering 
testimonials from the press of the county. 

In his official capacity he formulated the charter and 
made the original survey for the borough of Lansdale. He 
was one of the original directors of the Lansdale Water 
Works Company and is the present secretary of the same, a 
director and secretary of the Lansdale Cemetery Association, 
one of the original members and secretary of the Towamen- 
sing Creamery Association, one of the originators of the 
Kulpsville Literary and Library Association and one of its 
active members, a director in the Perkiomen Fire and Storm 
Insurance Company of Montgomery county, and was the offi- 
cial surveyor of the borough of Lansdale from 1872 to 1881. 

He was the originator and prime mover in getting the 




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first telephone line from Norristown to Kulpsville, via North 
Wales and Lansdale, with station at his office. 

He held the office of Justice of the Peace for twenty- 
three years, during which time only nineteen cases were 
returned to court, he always endeavoring to settle them pre- 
viously. As the Honorable Judge Ross at one time remarked 
before court: " If all justices of the peace in the county would 
act like John C. Boorse, of Kulpsville, thousands of dollars 
would be annually saved to the county in costs." 

In 1870 he received the appointment to take the census 
of Towamensing and Lower Salford townships, which he 
filled with credit to himself and to the entire satisfaction of 
the department. 

In 1865 he received the unanimous nomination for county 
commissioner, and ran far ahead of the regular ticket. The 
Democratic party being then in large majority, he was 
defeated. 

He was also several times strongly urged by the leaders 
and many others of the party to become a candidate for 
the Legislature, which honor he positively refused, saying 
he was " not competent." He was one of the delegates to 
the state convention held in 1875, in Lancaster, and voted for 
John F. Hartranft for Governor and Wm. H. Rawle for treas- 
urer. He was an active committeeman in the county's centen- 
nial, and is also a member of the Montgomery County His- 
torical Society. Mr. Boorse has always been active in all 
progressive movements of the age in which his business life 
has thus far been spent, especially anything tending to im- 
prove the morals and intellect of the young and rising gener- 
ation by whom he is surrounded. 

Individual Family 
Geo. No. No. 

5 209 3 Katie Boorse, m. William Bechtel. 

5 210 4 Susan Boorse, died unmarried. 

5 211 5 Barbara Boorse, m. Henry Ziegler, of Skip- 

packville. 

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CHILDREN OF No. 62. 
JOHN CASSEL/, of Yelless, of Henry 2 , of Huperi 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 212 1 William Casscl, b. February 13, 181 5; d. 

February 11, 1876; m. Sallie Frederick ; 
she died ; he m. again to Ann Cassel, 
daughter of Jacob Cassel ; resided for 
many years near Harleysville, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. ; farmer; Mennon- 
ites ; no issue. 

5 213 2 Enos Casscl, b. April 29, 181 3 ; d., aged 72 

years ; m. Elizabeth Moyer ; have one 
child, Susanna. 

5 214 3 Jesse Casscl, b. February 13, 181 7; m. Polly 

Smith ; res., 937 Lawrence street, Phila- 
delphia ; children, Lewis, Lavina. 

5 215 4 Jacob H. Casscl, b. December 15, 1827; m. 

Susanna Keeler, November 2, 185 1 ; res.. 
Kulpsville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 

He has in his possession many old documents and manu- 
scripts of his grandfather and great-grandfather. Also the 
old Bible brought from Germany by his ancestors. He 
resides on the old homestead, which has been in the Cassels 
name for several generations (119 years), about a mile west of 
Kulpsville ; has been a heavy dealer in grain and feed. 

The following has been found later : Jacob H. Cassel, of 
Towamencin township, has in his possession numerous old 
and valuable documents. Among these is a certificate for 
damages dated 1777, for 696 fence rails destroyed by Wash- 
ington's army. The document is still in good condition. It 
reads as follows : 



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Estimate of damage on the plantation of Henry Cassel, 
by the army under the command of His Excellency, General 
Washington, between the 7th and 16th inst. 
696 Fence Rails, @ 25c apiece .£8.14.8.0 

We, whose names are undersigned, at the request and de- 
sire of Henry Cassel, have taken a strict and careful survey 
of the damage done to his plantation, and to the best of our 
knowledge and judgment believe the same to amount to eight 
pounds and fourteen shillings current Pennsylvania money of 
Pennsylvania, and we are ready to qualify unto when called 
upon. 

Given under our hands on said plantation in Towamen 
sing township this 23d October, 1777. 

Fred. Wampole, 
Nicholas Schwenk, 
John Lukens. 

Mr. Cassel is also the possessor of an old German Bible 
dated 1666. There is only another one known to be in ex- 
istence, and is therefore very valuable. The one referred to is 
owned by a wealthy family in Germantown. Mr. Cassel has 
been offered over a hundred dollars for the Bible. As the 
book is an heirloom he prizes it highly and refuses to sell it. 



CHILDREN OF No. 69. 

ABRAHAM SPRINGER*, of Eve Cassel3 (Springer), 
of Henry 2 , of Hupert. 1 

Individual Family 
Gen. N". No. 

5 216 1 Daniel Springer, b. June 7, 1809; d. April 

18, 1854; m. Rebecca Martin, December 
25, 1832; res., Skippackville, Pa.; har- 
ncssmaker ; German Reformed. 

5 217 2 Catharine Springer, b. April 17, 181 2; res., 

Skippackville, Pa. ; unmarried ; German 
Reformed. 



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Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



5 218 3 John Springer, b. February 24, 181 5; m. 

Sarah Fry, October 8, 1837; he died 
August 23, 1882; res., Palmyra, New 
Jersey ; M. E. Church. 

5 219 4 Elizabeth Springer, b. July 14, 1817; d. 

March 5, 1839; . res., Towamensing, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; unmarried. 

5 220 5 Amos Springer, b. May 27, 1820. 

5 221 6 Jacob Springer, b. May 27, 1820; these 

were twins, both died in infancy. 

5 222 7 Joseph Springer, b. December 20, 1822; d. 

January 13, 1839; res., Towamensing, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 72. 
ABRAHAM CASSEL*, of Jacob*, of Abraham 2 , of 

HUPERT 1 . 

5 225 1 Susanna B. Casscl, b. August 25, 1807; d. 

May 10, 1874, aged 66 years, 8 months, 
1 6 days ; m. Jacob F. Kolb, December 1 2, 
1825; he was b. August 26, 1805; d. 
April 9, 1876, aged 70 years, 7 months, 
14 days; occ, weaver and farmer; he 
served as Supervisor in Skippack town- 
ship, Montgomery county, Pa., for a 
number of years, and as one of the build- 
ing committee and a trustee of the Up- 
per Skippack Mennonite meeting-house ; 
res., Lucon. 

5 226 2 Jacob B. Casscl, b. November 4, 1808; d., 

aged 5 years. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 227 3 Catharine B. Cassel, b. March 1, 18 12; 

aged 1 y 2 years. 

5 228 4 Henry B. Cassel, b. July 11, 18 14; d. June 

28, 1883, aged 68 years, 11 months, 17 
days; m. Anna Kratz, b. August 12, 
1 81 5 ; d. March 12, 1890, aged 74 years, 
7 months ; he was a preacher in the 
Dunkard or Brethren Church, and a 
fluent speaker; res., Collegeville, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 73. 

CATHARINE CASSEL* (Bergey), of Jacobs, of Abra- 
ham 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

5 229 I Christian Bergey, b. February 9, 18 12; d. 

January 3, 1879, aged 66 years, 10 
months, 25 days ; m. Anna Kolb, b. 
August 26, 1 8 16; d. August 4, 1881, 
aged 64 years, 1 1 months, 9 days ; res , 
Lederachsville, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 74. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Kratz), of Jacobs, of Abra- 
ham 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

5 230 i Polly Kratz, b. April 14, 1808; m. Samuel 

Gehman, on December 31, 1854, who d. 
December 9, 1878, aged 65 years, 3 
months, 30 days ; he was b August 10, 
1 S 1 3 ; res., Worcester, Montgomery Co., 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 230 1 Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; she is yet 

living in her 85th year; no issue ; she 
d. in 1893. 

5 231 2 John C. Kratz, b. October 23, 18 14; d. July 

7, 1875, aged 60 years, 8 months, 15 
days; m. Catharine Z. Gotwals, Decem- 
ber 15, 1839; k. March 17, 1817; res., 
Collegeville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 

5 232 3 Jacob C. Kratz, d., aged about 2 years. 

5 233 4 Lydia C. Kratz, d., aged about 3 years, 6 

months. 

5 234 5 Abraham C. Kratz, b. September 1, 1820; 

m. Fannie Kohl, January 28, 1844; b. 
October 30, 1823; oca, weaver and 
farmer; Mennonites; res., Grater's Ford, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 235 6 Elizabeth C. Kratz, d., aged 1 year, 10 

months. 

5 236 7 Catharine C. Kratz, b. August 26, 1825 ; m. 

Hupert Boorse, b. May 19, 1821 ; farmer; 
Mennonites ; res., Kulpsville, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. 

5 237 8 Daniel C. Kratz, b. April 13, 1829; m. 

Amanda Boorse, October, i860; b. Jan- 
uary 17, 1839; d. February 17, 1861, 
aged 21 years, 10 months, 28 days; he 
m. again to Esther Funk, on February 
14, 1862; she was b. August 30, 1843; 
oca, farmer ; Mennonites ; res., Lucon, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 




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CHILDREN OF No. 75. 
MOLLY CASSEL* (Bergey), of Jacobs, Q f Abraham 2 , 

of HlJPERT 1 . 



ImJivi<iual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 238 I Susanna C. Bergey, b. January 25, 18 14; d. 

December 28, 1876, aged 62 years, 11 
months, 3 days ; m. Jacob Fretz, son of 
Rev. Abraham Fretz, of Bucks county, 
about 1838; b. April 25, 1818; car- 
penter ; Mennonites. 

5 239 2 Maria C. Bergey, b. November 28, 1817 ; d. 

December 28, 1870, aged 53 years, 1 
month ; was m. to Jacob Shelly, of Juni- 
ata county, Pa. ; he was chosen a deacon 
in the Mennonite church ; they had three 
children, all died in infancy ; res., Loss 
Creek Valley, Juniata county, Pa. 

5 240 3 Jacob C. Bergey, b. March 6, 18 19; d. Au- 

gust 28, 1889, aged 70 years, 5 months, 
22 days; unmairied; res., Philadelphia, 
formerly of Juniata county, Pa., where 
he moved to, about 1842, from Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 

Obituary notice from a Mifflin (Juniata county) paper : 
" It was with sincere regret that we learned last week, too 
late for notice, of the sudden death of Jacob Bergey, an old 
and respected citizen of Fayette, and subsequently of this 
place, but who for the last couple of years has made his 
home with his sister, Mrs. Richenback, in Philadelphia. Mr. 
Bergey moved into this county from one of the lower counties, 
Montgomery, we believe, somewhere in the forties, locating 
in Fayette, where he farmed and carried on carpentering. 
From there he moved to town early in the fifties and built the 
first ' Crystal Palace,' for Sellers, Sulouff & Stambaugh, and 
was a resident of the town ever since, until he moved to Phil 



0,6 CASSEL FAMILY. 

adelphia, as stated. During the war and up until '73 or '74 
he was engaged in droving, with a man named Harrison 
Weaver, of an eastern county, as a partner, and had succeeded 
in amassing a right comfortable competence. But about the 
latter year, the failure of Weaver, while indebted heavily to 
him, swept away his entire means, and wrecked his life phys- 
ically as well as pecuniarily. From that blow he never re- 
covered. From that time on life has been a hard struggle 
with him. But he manfully strove to make the best of every- 
thing, and resumed his trade of carpentering, in which in his 
early life he was a master hand, and when in health was 
never idle. The successive deaths a few years ago and but a 
short time apart of his brothers, Enos and Samuel, from 
paralysis, seemed still more to wreck his life, already seriously 
impaired by growing infirmity, and doubtless prompted him 
to leave Juniata for his sister's home in Philadelphia. But 
for several weeks prior to his death he had seemed to fail 
rapidly, and on that day, the 28th ult., had started out for a 
short walk to take air, when he was first seen by an officer, 
sitting on a door-step speechless, and to the officer unknown. 
He was taken in an ambulance to the German Hospital, which 
was close by, where he received proper medical care, but re- 
mained unconscious and died in a few hours. Information, 
obtained from papers in his pocket, was sent to Daniel K. 
Cassel, who recognized him and notified the family. His 
death was attributed to paralysis, which seemed to have been 
a family inheritance. In all his dealings Mr. Bergey was an 
honest and upright man, and possessed the confidence and re- 
spect of all who knew him, who sincerely regret his wrecked 
life and sudden death." He was buried at the New Britain 
Mennonite meeting-house, at Line Lexington, Bucks county, 
Pa." 

Individual Family 

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Enos C. Bergey, b. October 17, 1821, in 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; d. February 
7, 1880, aged 58 years, 3 months, 17 
days ; m. Nancy Zieber, b. October 22, 



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Individual Family 

Gea. No. Xo. 



5 241 4 1822, daughter of John Zieber, of Mc- 

Allisterville, Juniata county, Pa. ; farmer; 
by occ., tailor, afterwards miller ; res., 
Oakland Mills, Juniata county, Pa. ; 
Mennonites. 

5 242 5 Samuel C. Bergey, b. March I, 1825, in 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; d. August 26, 
1886; unmarried; res., at Milwaukee, 
formerly of Juniata county, Pa. ; where 
he moved to from Montgomery county, 
in 1842. 

5 243 6 Fiega C. Bergey, b. March 1, 1825, in Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. ; m. Michael Shirk, 
b. February 14, 1820; occ, carpenter ; 
res., McAllisterville, Juniata county, Pa.; 
Dunkards; she died 1893; Michael 
Shirk died about four months later. 

5 244 7 Catharine C. Bergey, b. March 1, 1828, in 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; m. Jacob 
Schaeffer, September 7, 1854; b. July 
19, 1823; d. September 27, 1889; res., 
Philadelphia. 

5 245 8 Elizabeth C. Bergey, b. October 28, 1831, in 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; m. Matthias 
Reichenbach, about 1850; b. May, 1826; 
d. December 27, i860, aged about 34 
years ; present res., Philadelphia ; moved 
to Juniata county, Pa., in 1842, and m. in 
Philadelphia, in 1853, and moved to Mil- 
waukee, Wis., in 1856, where her hus- 
band died, i860, and buried on January 
1, 1 86 1, and afterward she moved again 
to Philadelphia. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 246 9 Sarah C. Bcrgey, b. December 29, 1834, in 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; moved to 
Juniata county with her parents in 1842, 
and married Jacob Stein, he died ; she 
married again to P. Rittenhouse Fink, 
he died ; she afterwards moved to Phila- 
delphia, her present residence. 



CHILDREN OF No. 76. 

JACOB CASSEL 4 , of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , Hupert 1 . 

5 247 1 Daniel K. Cassel, b. April 22, 1820, in Up- 

per Salford township, Montgomery Co., 
Pa. ; m. PUizabeth Kolb, daughter of 
Rev. Jacob Kolb, of Harleysville, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa ; she was b. Decem- 
ber 29, 1825, in Lower Salford township, 
Montgomery county, Pa., near Harleys- 
ville. 

Daniel K. Cassel was employed on his father's farm and 
learned the art of linen weaving with his father. In his youth 
he received a limited education, such as the country schools 
afforded at that time, and that only in reading, writing and 
arithmetic, which he acquired by going to school about forty 
to fifty days in a year. He devoted his leisure time in study- 
ing his lessons at home and mostly in the evenings, many a 
time till midnight, so that he acquired more knowledge 
through his own exertions at home than in school. At the 
age of nineteen he was urged by the residents of his neigh- 
borhood to take charge of a school, which he accepted. But 
he soon felt his incompetency ; therefore, at the close of the 
term he entered a select school for one term. He has been 
engaged in teaching in public schools for twenty years, dur- 
ing which time he devoted all his spare time, and many a 




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night till midnight, to his studies, in order to enable him to 
teach the higher branches, viz. ; grammar, geography and the 
higher branches of mathematics, which he introduced in his 
school. He also served in the school board four years, dur- 
ing which time he was urged to accept the office of County 
Superintendent of Public Schools, which he positively declined, 
not being an aspirant for office nor a politician, but always 
voting the Republican ticket. He voted for every Republican 
candidate for President since William H. Harrison, the " Tip- 
picanoe." He has in his library a large collection of old and 
rare works, and many rare manuscripts, among them a volume 
of a full Polyglot Bible, printed in 1599, in twelve languages, 
probably the only copy in America. He has an extensive 
correspondence throughout this country, also with Germany 
and Holland. He is conversant in the English and German 
languages, also the Dutch or Holland language, and the 
rudiments of Latin and French. He wrote and had printed a 
work entitled, " History of the Mennonites," in the English 
language, and afterward the same revised and enlarged and 
printed in the German language. He is also the author of 
three genealogical works, viz. : the Cassel Family, the Kolb 
Family and the Rittenhouse Family. He is chairman of the 
Rittenhouse Genealogical Committee, and a direct descend- 
ant of William Rittenhouse, the first Mennonite Bishop in 
America. He is also a shareholder and member of Bethel 
College, in Kansas, a Mennonite Theological Institute. He 
has also been active in Sunday school work, and organ- 
ized the Sunday school at Alderfer's, below Harleysville, 
Montgomery county, Pa., about 1855, being the first Sunday 
school in that vicinity, which has been kept up ever since ; he 
also organized a German Sunday school at Chester, Delaware 
county, Pa., with success. He was also one of a committee 
of five appointed to draw up preamble and resolutions pro- 
testing against the Catholics marching into the Centennial 
grounds free and carrying the Papal flag in 1876. He resides 
in Nicetown, Philadelphia, near Wayne Junction, and is a 
member of the Mennonite church. He is a member of the 



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Montgomery County Historical Society, also a life-member 
of the American Archaeological and Asiatic Association of 
Iowa. He was also appointed a delegate to the Denomina- 
tional Congress to the World's Exhibition at Chicago, in 1893, 
nominated by A. Harmer, member of Congress. 

From the Norristown " Herald" of December 5, 1895 : 

" Two representatives of this paper, in response to a cor- 
dial invitation from the well-known local historian, Mr. Daniel 
Kolb Cassel, spent an afternoon last week in a visit to him at 
his residence, 4333 Germantown avenue,. His home is one 
of a row of modern three-story brick houses on that thorough- 
fire, located in the lower portion of Germantown. 

" Mr. Cassel's labors in the field of genealogy, especially 
those in connection with the Rittenhouse family, have given 
him a reputation in this line, and he has hosts of visitors, 
several persons calling to obtain information during the stay 
of his Norristown guests. As he is social in disposition and 
rarely fails to obtain valuable information from his visitors, he- 
does not seem to regard the matter in the light of an annoy- 
ance. 

" Many persons come to purchase copies of his numerous 
publications. Others wish to learn facts in reference to the 
genealogy of their family, in which Mr. Cassel, so fir as re- 
lates to those of Pennsylvania German descent, is probably 
the best informed man in this state, if not in the whole- 
country. 

" Mr. Cassel is now past seventy-five years of age, hav- 
ing been born April 22, 1820, in Upper Salford township. 
As he grew to manhood he was employed on the farm and 
in linen weaving, receiving only the limited education which 
country schools at that time afforded, supplemented by faith- 
fid study at home. He engaged in teaching at nineteen, con- 
tinuing his studies in order to perfect himself. He served in 
the township School Board, and was known as a progressive 
and earnest director. He was a Whig, and later a Repub- 
lican, voting for every candidate of those parties for President, 
commencing with Clay in 1844. The bent of his mind to- 



CASSEL FAMILY. 101 

wards authorship early displayed itself, and he has been for 
many years an indefatigable collector of facts relating to local 
history and genealogy. To accomplish this, very long 
journeys have been necessary, on which occasions he has 
incidentally sold many copies of his published works. He is 
familiar with the Pennsylvania German, English, German and 
Dutch languages, and has some knowledge of Latin and 
French. 

" His best-known works include ' History of the Mennon- 
ites,' printed in German as well as English ; ' The Cassel 
Family,' ' The Kolb or Kulp Family,' and ' The Rittenhouse 
Family.' The last three are mainly genealogical. He is a 
direct descendant of William Rittenhouse, the first Mennonite 
Bishop in America. 

" Mr. Cassel has been honored by the Mennonite Church, 
to whose faith he adheres. In 1893 he was a delegate to the 
Parliament of Religions at Chicago. He has been active in 
Sunday school work. 

"He married, February 16, 1845, Elizabeth Kolb, of 
Harleysville, who is a few years younger than himself. Their 
children are Simeon K. Cassel, Skippackville ; Jonas K. Cas- 
sel, who has traveled much in the West, and is now in Den- 
ver; and Abel K. Cassel, of Philadelphia, Secretary and 
Manager of the Dairymen's Protective Association, and Dep- 
uty Food Commissioner. All three are married, but none, 
up to the present time, have given any particular evidence of 
inheriting the genealogical and historical tastes of their father. 

" Mr. Cassel is a remarkable man in many respects. 
Practically self-taught, he is a very industrious worker. He 
has collected a large and valuable library. It contains many 
old and rare volumes and manuscripts. Among his books is 
a volume of a full Polyglot Testament in twelve languages, 
printed at Ni'iremburg, by Elia Hutteri, in 1599, there being 
only one other copy in existence in this country — in the New 
York Bible House. Physically, he is robust and very active 
for a man of his years. He is genial and kindly in disposition, 
his deep interest in literary pursuits having operated to pre- 



102 CASSEL FAMILY. 

serve him to a green old age. His travels in connection with 
his genealogical researches have no doubt contributed to the 
maintenance of the apparently perfect health which he en- 
joys. 

" A native of this county, Mr. Cassel continues to take a 
lively interest in everything relating to it. He is an active 
member of the Montgomery County Historical Society, and 
is frequently in attendance at its meetings. 

" The work of preparing the Cassel history was at first 
undertaken by Mr. Cassel's brother, Samuel K. Cassel, now 
deceased. His health failing, he handed overall his material 
to Daniel, who consented to complete it. In an introductory 
note to the work he says : 

" ' We present the history of an ancestry whereof we are 
justly proud and whom we ever delight to honor. We pre- 
sent the history of a people whose memory posterity may 
cherish and whose virtues the world may well emulate. Every 
man, every hour of his life, whether consciously or uncon- 
sciously, is making history, and either that history is to his 
credit or it is not. May the Cassel posterity ever bear this 
truth in their hearts and so live that the history of the future 
shall be to them an honor and a blessing.' 

" Mr. Cassel is a fine specimen of the race from which he 
has sprung. Plain, practical and unassuming in manner, he 
illustrates by his long and useful life the advantage of the 
practice of the sturdy virtues inherited from a long line of 
Montgomery county Mennonite ancestors." 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. ' 

5 248 2 Abraham K. Cassel, b. March 28, 1822; d. 

September 11, 1892, aged 70 years, 6 
months, 1 3 days ; was b. in Upper Sal- 
ford township, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
m. Mary Kolb, December 19, 1847, a 
daughter of Rev. Jacob Kolb, at Har- 
leysville, Montgomery county, Pa., b. 
January 28, 1828; farmer; has been en- 






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Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



5 248 2 g a g e d m teaching school for several 

years ; late residence, Hatfield, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. ; Mennonites ; he is 
buried at Salford Mennonite meeting- 
house. 

5 249 3 Samuel K. Cassel, b. July 20, 1826; d. 

March 8, 1891, aged 64 years, 7 months, 
16 days; m. Elizabeth Hendricks, Sep- 
tember 17, 1855, a daughter of Joseph 
Hendricks, of Hilltown, Bucks county, 
Pa.; she was b. August 20, 1837. 

He has been engaged in teaching for many years. He 
received his education in a select school (Washington Hall), 
at Trappe, and at Treemount Seminary, Norristown, under 
Rev. Samuel Aaron. He took an active part in the Delaware 
River and Lancaster Railroad, and was a member of the 
Board of Directors of said road for a number of years, until his 
health failed, in consequence of which he resigned. He has 
in his collection many old and rare books and manuscripts, 
and in 1855 he bought the manuscript and had printed a 
small work entitled, " Der Christliche Sanger." He also 
started a genealogical history of the Cassel family with the 
intention of having it printed, but on account of his health 
failing he handed his papers over to his brother, Daniel K. 
Cassel, with the request to have it finished. He resided at 
Blooming Glen, Bucks county, Pa. ; farmer; Mennonites; he 
died March 8, 1891, and is buried at the Blooming Glen Men- 
nonite meeting-house ; his wife and one daughter survive. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 250 4 Jacob K. Cassel, 21. D., b. November 13, 

1834, in Upper Salford, Montgomery 
county, Pa., near Schwenksville. 

His earlier days were spent on his father's farm in sum- 
mer and attending common school in the winter. He after- 
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104 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Pa. After leaving said institution he passed a successful ex- 
amination, over seven older competitors, for the position of 
Principal of the Sumneytown Academy. Afterwards he be- 
gan the study of medicine with Drs. Keelcr & Groff, at Har- 
leysville, Montgomery county, Pa., and graduated from the 
Pennsylvania Medical College. He afterwards located at 
Nicetown, a suburb of Philadelphia. 

He married Kate Weeks, on January 22, 1863, a daugh- 
ter of Christian Weeks, of Philadelphia ; she was born Oc- 
tober 2, 1 84 1 ; died October 10, 1888, aged 47 years and 8 
days ; she was a school teacher. 

In 1863 he was appointed Assistant Surgeon in Saturlee 
Hospital; afterwards transferred to the McClellan Military 
Hospital. When Fort Delaware was made a depot for 
prisoners of war, and the necessity for a hospital at that 
place became apparent, Dr. Cassel was assigned to that duty. 
He now (1890) holds the position as President of North 
Philadelphia Medical Society. Residence, Nicetown, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 77. 
JOHN CASSEL/, of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



lirln [dual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 251 1 Jacob B. Cassel, b. July 27, 1821 ; d. Janu- 

ary 12, 1826. 

252 2 John B. Cassel, b. February 23, 1823, in 
Pennsylvania ; moved to Canada about 
1848: m. Rachel Schantz September 9, 
185 1, b. July 15, 1828, in Canada; farm- 
er ; Mennonites ; res., Hamburg, Water- 
loo county, Ontario ; retired. 

253 3 Abraham B. Cassel, b. April 12, 1825, in 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; moved to 
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Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 



5 253 3 his trade, blacksmith ; he married Cath- 

arine Gehman May 6, 1849, b. October 
12, 1830, in Canada; he then followed 
farming in later years ; he moved to 
Michigan, where he now resides. 

5 254 4 Jesse B Cassel, b. August 20, 1827, in Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. ; moved with his 
father to Canada in 1850; he married 
Maria Oberholzer, a daughter of David 
Oberholzer, on December 1, 1849; srie 
was born August 23, 1829, in Pennsyl- 
vania; she died January 8, 1880, in 
Canada, aged 50 years, 4 months, 16 
days; he married again September 15,' 
1889, Veronica Biehn, of Canada; occ, 
farmer; now retired; Mennonite ; res., 
New Dundee, Waterloo county, Ontario. 

5 255 5 Enos B. Cassel, b. February 14, 1829, in 

Pennsylvania ; m. Catharine Oberholzer 
September 9, 1859, b. May 19, 1835. 

Enos B. Cassel, the fifth son of John Cassel, was born 
February 14, 1829, in Upper Salford township, Montgomery 
county, Pa. In the year 1850 he went with his parents to 
Canada. He was a blacksmith by trade, which he followed 
for some years. In 1854 he commenced teaching school. 
In 1859 he came from Canada to Pennsylvania again and 
married Catharine H. Oberholzer, daughter of David Ober- 
holzer, and followed teaching under the free school system 
until 1866. He then bought a farm of forty-five acres in 
Towamensing township, Montgomery county, Pa., on the 
Allentown road, where he is still living (1895) 



Individual Family 

Gen. So. Xo. 



5 256 6 David B. Cassel, b. June 8, 183 1 ; d. young. 

5 257 7 Nathan B. Cassel, b. August 24, 1833; m. 

Xancy Gehman on June 13, 1854; she 
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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 257 7 was born February 21, 1836; d. April 

20, 1870, aged 33 years, 10 months, 7 
days ; he married again to Hannah Hall- 
man on February 4, 1873 ; she was born 
September 14, 1834; farmer; res., Water- 
loo county, Ontario. 

Nathan B. Cassel came from Pennsylvania with his father 
in 1850, and settled in Canada. Occupation, blacksmith. 
After the death of his first wife he went to Michigan in 1870, 
and resided there until the year 1887, when he removed to 
Waterloo county, Ontario again. He was chosen a minister 
in the River Brethren Church. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 258 8 Henry B. Cassel, b. May 8, 1835, in Penn- 

sylvania ; he went with his parents to 
Canada in 1850, and there married Mary 
Ann Bricker on September 2, 1856; she 
was born July 8, 1831 ; oca, farmer; 
now retired ; they are members of the 
Mennonite Church and active workers 
in the Sunday school. 

5 259 9 Adam B. Cassel, b. December 24, 1836; d. 

February 12, 1892; m. Ann Detwiler on 
May 21, 1 86 1 ; she was born July 21, 
1844; occ, blacksmith; farmer; Men- 
nonites ; he was born in Pennsylvania ; 
went to Canada with his parents in 1850, 
and resided in Waterloo county, Ontario. 

5 260 10 Sarah B. Cassel, b. September 27, 1838, in 

Pennsylvania ; m. Joseph Oberholzer on 
October 16, 1858; he was born July 10, 
1832; she died; his occ, farmer and 
dealer in horses ; Mennonites ; res., Tow- 
amensing township, Montgomery county, 
Pa., near Kulpsville. 



CASSEL FAMILY. IO7 

CHILDREN OF No. 78. 

SUSANNA CASSEL' (Pannebecker), of Jacobs, 01 
Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

5 261 1 Anna Pennypacker, b. September 13, 1819; 

d. September 30, 18 19. 

5 262 2 Leah Penny packer, b. December 22, 1820; 

m. Samuel Steiner on February 16, 1845, 
b. January 8, 18 16 ; d. September 5, 1889, 
aged 73 years, 7 months, 29 days ; occ., 
baker ; res., Telford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; member German Reformed Church, 
and buried at Indianfield German Re- 
formed Church, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

5 263 3 Eli Penny packer, b. October 5, 1822 ; d. Au- 

gust 2, 1826. 

5 264 4 Jacob Pennypacker, b. January 5, 1825 ; d. 

July 23, 1826. 

5 265 5 Amos Pennypacker, b. March 31, 1827; d. 

February 28, 1892; m. Eliza Hendricks, 
May 18, 1850, b. August 16, 1832 ; res., 
Perkasie, Bucks county, Pa. ; German 
Reformed, and is buried at Blooming 
Glen Mennonite meeting-house. 

5 266 6 Catharine Pennypacker, b. August 19, 1829; 

m. Samuel P. Snyder, on October 20, 
1855, b. October 15, 1827; occ, farmer; 
res., Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 267 7 Daniel Pennypacker, b. August 16, 1832; 

m. Elizabeth Delp, on February 9, 1856, 
b. August 20, 1833 ; d. October 19, 1858, 
aged 25 years, 1 month, 29 days ; he m. 



108 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 



5 267 7 again to Sarah Delp, November 19, 

1859, D - April 12, 1833 ; were not sisters ; 
occ., farmer ; res., Perkiomenville, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 

5 268 8 Jonas Pcnnypackcr, b. September 11, 1834; 

m. Elizabeth Ott, April, 1857, b. Sep- 
tember 11, 1837; occ., carpenter and 
builder ; res., Philadelphia. 

5 269 9 William Penny packer, b. January 14, 1837; 

m. Mary Amanda Walt, on February 4, 
1865, b. December 18, 1840 ; occ , black- 
smith res., Upper Salford township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 270 10 Snsanna Penny packer, b. November 21, 

1839; unmarried. 

5 271 11 Samuel Penny packer, b. February 26, 1841 ; 

m. Eliza Ann Bryan, b. January 9, 1841 ; 
occ, blacksmith ; has been elected con- 
stable for a number of years, and a 
prominent member of the Lutheran 
Church, and a delegate to the District 
Synod ; res., Chalfont, Bucks county, Pa. 

5 272 12 John Pcnnypackcr, b. March 13, 1847; d. 

March 15, 1848. 

5 273 13 Abraham Pcnnypackcr, b. March 13, 1847; 

m. Mary Ann Fluck, November 2, 1870, 
b. July 21, 1849; tne two last were 
twins, carpenter and car builder ; res., 
Wayne Junction, Philadelphia. 



CASSEL FAMILY. IO9 

CHILDREN OF No. ; 9 . 

' JACOB KLINE', of Mary Cassel3 (Kline), of Abra- 
ham 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No, No. 



5 274 1 Julian Kline, m. Michael A. Kratz, b. De- 

cember 23, 1824; m. December 9, 1847; 
res., Perkiomenville, Montgomery Co., 
Pa. ; children, Annie, Lizzie, B. Morris, 
Katie. 

5 275 2 Kate Kline, m. Isaac Kratz (deceased), b. 

September 9, 1S29; d. November 28, 
1 87 1 ; m. January 12, 1851; children, 
Senorah, Sallie. 

5 276 3 Sarah Ann Kline, m. Richard Keeler; res., 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Dr. Richard K. Keeler, of Goodville, Lancaster county, 
died last Wednesday night, April 1, 1896, aged 58 years. He 
leaves a widow, who is the sister of J. W. Klein, Spring 
Mount. Three brothers and three sisters survive, viz : Dr. 
R K. Keeler, of Harleysville; James, of Phcenixville; Josiah, 
of Fruitville ; Mrs. Mary Ann, widow of Dr. Daniel Shade, 
and Lydia, widow of Henry G. Schwenk, of Royersford, and 
Elizabeth Horning, a widow, of Cleveland, Ohio. Interment 
took place on Tuesday, at the Old Goshenhoppen Church, 
near Salfordville. Deceased was educated at Washing-ton 
Hall, Trappe. Graduating as M. D. in 1858, he located at 
Springtown, Bucks county, and later at Hagersville. From 
there about twenty-five years ago he located in Lancaster 
county, where he practiced very successfully. He leaves 
considerable of an estate. It is probable that the widow will 
make her future home with relatives in this part of Mont- 
gomery county. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 277 4 Jacob W. Kline, m. Eliza Schwartz ; no issue ; 

res., Springmount Station, Perkiomen 
Railroad. 



110 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 80. 



ABRAHAM KLINE*, of Mary Cassel3 (Kline), of 
Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 278 1 Mary Kline, b. May 3 1 ; m. Jacob Wile ; 

res., Souclerton, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

5 279 2 Sallie Kline; res., Souderton, Montgomery 

county, Pa. ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 81. 

CATHARINE KLINE" (Harley), of Mary Cassel3 
(Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

5 280 1 Mary Harley, b. February 12, 18 16; m. 

Peter Moyer, in 1842; occ, harness- 
maker ; Dunkard ; res., Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

5 281 2 Kate Harley, b. December 29, 18 19; m. 

John Bechtel, May 16, 1853; farmer; 
Dunkard ; res., Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 282 3 Elizabeth Harley, b. January 2, 18 18 ; m. 

Jonas Rudy; blacksmith ; Dunkard; res., 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 283 4 Sarah Harley, b. February 12, 1822; un- 

married. 

5 284 5 Samuel K. Harley, b. June 2, 1824; d. Au- 

gust 12, 1895 ; m. Susanna Shelly De- 
cember 30, 1848; she died; he married 
again to Mary Moyer, nee Cassel, who 
was born July 31, 1828; res., Upper 
Salford, Montgomery county, Pa. ; farm- 
er; Dunkard. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I I I 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



5 285 6 Jacob K. Harley, b. December 22, 1825 ; m. 

Sarah Stover November 2, 1852 ; res., 
Harleysville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
saddler and harnessmaker. 

Mr. J. K. Harley, a resident of the suburbs of Harleys- 
ville, is a descendant of the family from which the village 
took its name. He is a man of genuine business qualifica- 
tions. He invented the fine round-lash fly-nets in 1850, and 
sold them to his customers, and was the first, however, who, 
some years later, put them into market by wholesale. He is 
one of the most skillful workmen on fine harness in the 
country, and enjoys a high reputation as a gentleman and 
successful manufacturer of fine hand-made harness, both for 
c'ty and country custom. He has been quite successful in 
life, notwithstanding his ill health at times, and the loss he 
has sustained on several occasions by insolvent debtors. As 
a gentleman and a Christian he is sociable and is kind to the 
poor, and is always ready and willing to lend a helping hand. 
He is a kind and good neighbor, always ready to do a favor, 
and is esteemed and respected by his neighbors. 

Individual Family 

Gea. No. No. 

2 286 7 Pricilla Harley, h. March 17, 1828; m. Jonas 

Harley, a prominent preacher in the 
Dunkard or Brethren Church at Indian 
creek; he died June 21, 1891, aged 73 
years, 4 months, 24 days. 

5 287 8 Jonas K. Harley, b. March 26, 1832; d. 

June 17, 1857 ; single. 

5 288 9 Lydia Harley, b. December 27, 1834; m. 

James Y. Heckler December 23, 1865. 
He has been a teacher of public schools 
for twenty-two years, and is the author 
of the history of Harleysville and Lower 
Salford township, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; res., Harleysville, Pa. 



112 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 82. 

ELIZABETH KLINE* (Harley), of Mary CasseU 
(Kline), of Abraham 2 , of H.upert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Geu No. No. 

5 289 1 Jonas Harley, b. 18 17; d. June 21, 1891 ; a 

prominent preacher in the Dunkard or 
Brethren church at Indian creek, near 
Harleysville, and a son of Samuel Har- 
ley, a well-known preacher in said 
church ; res., near Harleysville, Mont- 
gomery count v, Pa. 

Rev. Jonas Harley was the only son of elder Samuel 
Harley, who was one of the most eloquent speakers in the 
German language in the Brethren or Dunkard Church. The 
son was less eloquent than the father, but he had a ready de- 
livery, and often preached long sermons. He had a good 
memory and was well read in matters of Scripture. He 
studied much on things that are not clear, and was called a 
" deep man," having a deep insight into the deep, mysterious 
things of God. He was often called to distant places to 
preach at funerals, dedications, and on special occasions. He 
had no ability as a writer ; was a farmer by occupation ; but 
was a natural genius as a wood-worker, in which he took 
much delight. He died in 1891, in the seventy-fourth year 
of his age. 

Individual Family 

lien. So. No. 

5 290 2 Leah Harley, b. about 1820; m. Samuel 

Kline, son of Samuel Kline, of Fran- 
conia, Montgomery county, Pa. ; he has 
a large collection of old and rare books ; 
farmer; he is a well informed man ; no 
issue. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I I 3 

CHILDREN OF No. 83. 

MARY KLINE* (Shutt), of Mary CasseU (Kline), of 
Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

5 291 1 Catharine Shutt, b. October 13, 1825 ; m. 

Henry L. Heebner December 7, 185 1 ; 
res., Worcester, Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 292 2 Mary Shutt, b. December 18, 1827; m. 

5 2 93 3 John K. Shutt, b. April 10, 1830; m. Eliza- 

beth Kratz ; res., Harleysville, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. ; farmer ; now re- 
tired ; children, Andora, Alonzo, Jacob. 

5 294 4 Elizabeth Shutt, b. July 18, 1833; m. Elias 

K. Freed, of North Wales, Montgomery 
county, Pa., proprietor of the North 
Wales flour mills, and President of the 
National Bank of Lansdale, a son of 
John Freed, of Harleysville, Pa. 

5 205 5 Sarah Shutt, b. June 15, 1836; m. William 

Delp, farmer, Upper Salford, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. ; Dunkards. 

5 296 6 Lovina Shutt, b. June 11, 1839; m. Philip 

Shelly ; moved to Nebraska. 



CHILDREN OF No. 85. 

JOHN MUSSELMAN*, of Magdalena CasseU* (Mus- 

selman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

5 297 1 Henry Musselman, b. May 16, 18 14; m. 

Sarah Young September 1, 1836, b. No- 
vember 15, 1815; res., Franconia, Pa.; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 



I 14 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 298 2 Mary Musselman, b. September 2, 181 5 ; d. 

August 8, 18 1 7. 

5 299 3 Lydia Musselman, b. November 24, 18 16; 

d. June 14, 1831. 

5 300 4 Samuel Musselman, b. March 6, 18 19; m 

Eliza Young ; school teacher ; moved 
later to Illinois, and chosen a minister 
in the Dunkard or Brethren Church. 

5 301 5 OUva Musselman, b. January 6, 1821; d. 

August 14, 1823. 

5 302 6 Ma gdalena Musselman, b. October 14, 1822; 

m. John Clemmer, of Salford, Mennon- 
ites. 

5 3°3 7 Anna Musselman, b. October 5, 1824 ; d. 

June 19, 1876; m. Benjamin Moyer; 
children, Kate, Mary, Hannah, Annie, 
Milton, Sarah. 

5 304 8 Catharine Musselman, b. August 6, 1826; 

m. Henry Moyer, of Salford ; Mennon- 
ites ; one child, Annie, d. aged 17 years. 

5 305 9 Alivia Musselman, b. July 11, 1828; m. 

Joseph Fretz, March 6, 1853, b. Decem- 
ber 31, 1828; children, Harry, Allen^ 
Amanda, Susanna, Mary, Elizabeth, 
Erasmus, Joseph. 

5 306 10 John Musselman, b. August 6, 1830; d. May 

8, 1833. 

5 307 1 1 Elizabeth Musselman, b. February 19, 1833 ; 

m. Aaron Lewis ; children, Katie, Lydia, 
William, Eliza, Susan, Sarah, Annie, 
Hanna, Mary, Aaron. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I I 5 



Individual Pamilj 

Gen. No. N'u. 



5 308 12 Aaron Musselman, b. April 7, 1836; m. 

Elizabeth Landis ; she died ; he m. again 
to Catharine Bromant ; res., Mount Car- 
roll, Carroll county, Illinois, later Ne- 
braska. 



CHILDREN OF No. 92. 

LYDIA MUSSELMAN* (Kline), of Magdalena Cas- 

SEL 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupekt 1 . 

5 309 1 Mary Kline, b. May 31; about 1833; m. 

Jacob Wile ; children, Sarah Ann, Lydia, 
Cassie, Mary Ellen. 

5 310 2 Sallic Kline, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 93. 

JACOB MUSSELMAN*, of Magdalen Cassel 3 (Mus- 
selman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

5 311 1 Catharine Musselman, d. young, aged 11 

years. 

5 312 2 Elizabeth Musselman, b. January 28, 1831 ; 

m, Elias Nice, March 19, 185 I, b. Feb- 
ruary 3, 1828. 

5 313 3 Levi Musselman. 

5 314 4 Henry Musssclman. 

5 315 5 Fanny Musselman. 

5 316 6 Sarah Musselman. 

5 317 7 Lydia Musselman. 



I 1 6 CASSEL FAMILY. 



[ndividual Family 

No. No. 



5 318 8 Magdalena Mussclman. 

5 319 9 Michael Musselman, 

5 320 10 Mary Musselman, d., aged 6 weeks. 

5 321 11 Enos Mussclman, d., aged 10 months. 

Twins. 

5 322 12 John Musselman. 



CHILDREN OF No. 94. 

CATHARINE MUSSELMAN* (Freed), of Magdalena 
Cassel 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupekt 1 . 

5 323 1 Anna Freed, b. April 24, 1835 ; deceased. 

2 Lydia Freed, b. August 12, 1836; d. March 
4, 1877. 

3 Jonas Freed, b. January 2J, 1839; m. Sarah 
Hackman. 

4 Samuel Freed, b. October 12, 1840. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 95. 

HENRY MUSSELMAN*, of Magdalena Cassel 3 
(Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

By first marriage : 

5 327 1 Mary Musselman, b. December 9, 1837; d. 

September 12, 1846. 

5 328 2 Sara/i Musselman, b. January 9, 1839; m. 

Wiloby Brey. 

By second marriage : 

5 329 3 Christianna Musselman, b. September 16, 

1843; m. Willoughby Smith. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I I 7 



Individual Family 
Geii. No. No. 



5 330 4 Catharine Mussclman, b. November 26, 1845. 

5 331 5 Noah Mussclman, b. August 9, 1847; m., 

first, Mary Clemens ; second, Magdalena 
Reiff. 

6 Matilda Mussclman, b. March 29, 1849. 

7 Elmina Mussclman, b. April 2, 1851. 

8 Henry Musselman, b. January 11, 1854. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 96. 

DAVID MUSSELMAN', of Magdalena Cassels (Mus- 
selman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 Eliza Musselman, b. August 9, 1836; m. 
William G. McEwen ; living in Ohio. 

2 Henry Mussclman, b. September 18, 1838, 
New Pittsburg, Ohio. 

3 Mary Mussclman, b. March 4, 1841; m. 
Henry Piper; living in Ohio, near New 
Pittsburg. 

4 Lucy Ann Mussclman, b. August 29, 1843; 
m. J. F. Wile ; res , in Ohio. 

5 Benjamin Mussclman, b. December 6, 1 845 ; 
d. 1847. 

6 Isaiah Musselman, b. July 24, 1848; m. 
Elizabeth Premer ; res., in Ohio. 

7 David Mussclman, b. November 6, 1850. 

8 Samuel Musselman, b. May 21, 1853; d. 
1863. 



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I I 8 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No, 



5 343 9 Catharine Mussclman, b. September 30, 

1855; d. 1863. 

5 344 10 Lydia Mussclmau,b. July 15, 1858. 

5 345 11 Rosalinda Musselman, b. December 16, 1862. 



CHILDREN OF No. 97. 
JESSE CASSELs, of Hupert*, of Hupekts, of Yelles 2 , 

of HUPERT 1 . 

6 346 i Elizabeth Casscl, m. Jacob Swartley, son of 

Philip Swartley, of Franconia, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa.; he d. about 1880; 
children, Jacob, Isaac, Wellington, Abra- 
ham, John, Mary, Harry. 

6 346^ 2 Ann Casscl, m. Abraham Delp ; children, 

Katie, Emanda, Samuel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 98. 
ISAAC CASSELs, of Hupert*, of Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , 

HUPERT 1 . 

6 347 i Eliza Casscl, m. Abraham Kulp, son of 

Jacob Kolb, the Bishop of Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonite, and a deacon in the 
Hatfield congregation. 

6 348 2 Lavina Casscl, m. Christian Cassel, a son of 

Joseph Cassel ; he resided on the old 
homestead, near Kulpsville, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. ; he m. a second time, to 
Mary Harley, and moved to Philadel- 
phia. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



II 9 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 349 3 Isaac Cassel, m. Annie M oyer; she d. ; he 

m. again, to Ensley. 

6 350 4 Salome Cassel, m. Jerome Ludwig. 



CHILDREN OF No. 99. 
ELI CASSEL 5 , of Hupert 4 , of Huperts, of Yelles 2 , of 

HUPERT 1 . 

6 351 1 En os Cassel. 

6 352 2 Catharine Cassel. 

6 353 3 Eb Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 100. 

RACHEL CASSEL 5 (Leidy), of Hupekt*, of Huperts, 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 354 1 Catharine Ann Leidy, b. October 8, 1834 ; d. 

May 20, 1852. 

6 355 2 Mary Leidy, b. May 20, 1836; m. Samuel 

Kinzer, b. October 15, 1833; farmer; 
res., Juniata county. Pa. 

6 356 3 Eli Leidy, b. February 13, 1840; d. October 

15, 1885 ; m. Kate Ann Bergey, daugh- 
ter of Christian Bergey, of Lederachville, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

Mr. Leidy had been on a visit to his father in Juniata 
county, where he took sick and died ; is buried there ; was a 
cigar maker. 

^ 357 4 Josiah Leidy, b. September 26, 1844; d. Oc- 

tober 31, 1885 ; m. Susan Watt, b. Sep- 
tember 16, 1844, of Juniata county, Pa. 



120 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. - 

6 358 5 SaraJi Jane Lcidy, b. June 14, 1853; d. Feb- 

ruary 22, 1875. 



CHILDREN OF No. 101. 
CATHARINE CASSEL^ (Ratzel), of Hupert*, of Hu- 

PERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 359 1 Anna Ratzel, b. November 2, 1830; d. April 

12, 1852; m. Jacob K. Freed, October 
20, 1850; oca, carpenter; farmer; Men- 
nonites ; res., Montgomery county, Pa. 
Had one child : 

7 359/4 l C/iarles R. Freed, b,. September 13, 1851 ; d. 

August 22, 1852. 

6 360 2 Charles Ratzel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 102. 
ELIZABETH CASSELs (Keyser), of Hupert*, of Hu- 

PERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , Of HUPERT 1 . 

6 361 1 Sarah Keyser, m. Abraham Kolb, a deacon 

in the Mennonite Church, at Skippack ; 
oca, farmer ; res., Skippack township, 
Montgomery. He was a Son of David 
Kolb. 

2 Mary Keyser, m. Charles Baringer ; no 
issue. 

3 Magdalena Keyser, m. Abraham Kulp, a 
son of John Kolb. 

4 Isaac Keyser, m. Lizzie Tyson. 

5 Sadie Keyser, deceased. 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 121 



Individual Faimlj 

Gf-ii, No. No. 



6 365 6 Henry Keyset', deceased. 

6 366 7 Sisie Keyser, deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 103. 
ANN CASSEU (Kulp), of Hupert*, of Hupert3, of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 367 1 Jacob Kulp, m. Miss Schneider; had one 

child ; died in infancy. 

6 368 2 Jesse Kulp, d. ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 105. 
HENRY BOORSE*, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Boorse), of 

HUPERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , Of HUPERT 1 . 

6 369 1 Ephraim Boorse, m. Elizabeth Ziegler, of 

Skippackville ; res., Norristown, Pa. 

6 370 2 John C. Boorse, Esq., b. June 27, 1831 ; m. 

Mary Rittenhouse, daughter of Samuel 
Rittenhouse, of Towamensing, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa., on January 21, 
1855. For biography see No. 61. 

6 371 3 Katie Boorse, m. William Bechtel ; res., 

North Wales. 

6 372 4 Susan Boorse, d. ; unmarried. 

6 373 5 Barbara Boorse, m. Henry Ziegler, of Skip- 



packville. 



(C. F.— IO.) 



122 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 106. 
ABRAHAM BOORSE*, of Elizabeth Cassel*, of Hu- 

PERT3, of YELLES 2 , Of HuPtRT 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. "No. No. ' 

6 374 i Henry Bourse, m. Rachel Hendricks. 

6 375 2 Jacob Boorse, m. Mary Schatz. 

6 376 3 /<?A» Boorse, m. Mary Ann Krupp. 

6 377 4 Daniel Boorse, m. Caroline Ziegler. 

6 378 5 Joseph Boorse, d. ; single. 

6 379 6 James Boci'se, d. ; single. 

6 380 7 Susanna Boorse, m John Ashford ; res., 

North Wales. 



CHILDREN OF No. 107. 

HARMAN BOORSE*, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Boorse), 
of Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , Hupert 1 . 

6 381 1 Elam Boorse, m. Lizzie Fleet. 

6 382 2 Emetine Boorse, m. Henry Bower. 

6 383 3 ^//V# Boorse, m. Lizzie Fillman. 

6 384 4 Harman Boorse, m. Christianna Geyer. 

6 385 5 /V/Vr Boorse, m. Annie Lukens. 

6 386 6 Aforj Boorse, d. ; aged 35 years; m. Abra- 

ham Yerger. 

6 387 7 757(p Boorse, m. Allen Van Fossen. 

6 388 8 Addison Boorse, m. Annie Bickel ; she died ; 

he married a second time to Annie Wil- 
son. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 23 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 389 9 Frank Boorse, m. Lizzie Clare. 

6 390 10 Emanda Boorse, d. ; single. 

6 391 ii Milton Boorse, d. ; single. 

6 392 12 /<?#<£$• Boorse, a Justice of the Peace at Lans- 

dale, m. Emeline Bisson ; he died Febru- 
ary 2, 1 89 1. 



CHILDREN OF No. 108. 
JOSEPH BOORSEs, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Boorse), 

Of HUPERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HUPEKT 1 . 

1 Emetine Boorse. 

2 Joseph Boorse. 

3 Aimer Boorse, in. Miss Knipe. 

4 Mary Boorse, m. John Anders. 

5 Louise Boorse, m. Isaac K. Godshalk. 

6 Angeline Boorse, d. ; single. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 109. 

JACOB BOORSE*, Q f Elizabeth Cassel* (Boorse), of 
Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 Sallie Boorse, m. Eli Landis in 1892. 

2 Annie Boorse, m. James Loyd in 1891. 

3 Hannah Boorse, d. ; m. Daniel Kratz, son of 
Blind Felty. While on a visit to Abra- 
ham F. Kratz, near Harleysville, he fell 
through a trap-door and was instantly 
killed. 



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Individual Family 

< ■' n  No, No. 



6 402 4 Emanda Boorsc, b. January 17, 1839; c '- 

February 17, 1861, aged 21 years, 10 
months, 28 days ; m. Daniel C. Kratz, 
son of Abraham Kratz, of Lucon, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 

6 403 5 Kate Boorsc, m. Abraham F. Kratz, of Har- 

leysville ; chairmaker ; Mennonites. 

6 404 6 Rachel Boorsc, unmarried. 

6 405 7 Mary Boorsc, d. ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. no. 

MARY BOORSE* (Cassel), of Elizabeth Cassel* 
(Boorse), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 406 1 EpJiraim Cassel, d. ; single. 

6 407 2 Lizzie Cassel, m. Henry S. Kriebel. 

6 408 3 Peter Cassel, d. ; m. Mary Ann UnderkofHer. 

6 409 4 J/'/rj Cassel, m. Henry Hackman. 



CHILDREN OF No. 112. 

MAGDALENA BOORSEs (Beyer), of Elizabeth Cas- 
sel 4 (Boorse), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 410 1 Jesse Beyer. 

6 411 2 John Beyer, m. Miss Spare. 

6 412 3 Jacob Beyer. 

6 413 4 Albert Beyer, d. 

6 414 5 Daniel Beyer, m. Miss Oberholzer. 

6 415 6 j5r/.$7 Beyer, m. Mr. Koch. 

There are four or five children more whose names I 
could not obtain. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 12$ 

CHILDREN OF No. 113. 
HUPERT BOORSEs, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Boorse), 

of HUPERT 3 , of YeLLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. N». 

6 416 i Isaiah Boorse, b. June 26, 1850; d. Octo- 

ber 3, 1876; m. to Mary C. Spare. 

6 417 2 James Boone, b. November 9, 1852; m. 

Emeline Herbst. 

By second marriage. 

3 Abraham Boorse, b. December 29, 1861 ; d. 
March 1 1, 1862. 

4 William H. Boorse, b June 1, 1863 ; m. 
Sophia Zepp ; one child. 

5 Emanda M. Boorse, b. October 28, 1865 ; d. 
aged 3 years, 5 months. 

6 Annie Maria Boorse, b. November 23, 1869 ; 
m. William Springer ; children; Clifford 
and one more. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 114. 
DANIEL BOORSEs, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Boorse), 

of HUPERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HuPERl 1 . 

i John Boorse, m. Susan Smith ; res., Canada. 

2 Daniel Boorse, m. Caroline Bittenbinder. 

3 William Boorse, m. Elmira Bean. 

4 Susie Boorse, m. Henry Yerger ; res., Potts- 
town, Pa. 

426 5 Mary Boorse, m. Abraham Hackman ; res., 

Philadelphia. 



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423 


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424 


6 


425 



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Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 427 6 David Boorse, m. Irene Rau. 

6 428 7 Kate Boorse, m. John Hanson*; res., Canada. 

6 429 8 Hannah Boorse, m. James Connelly ; res. 

Canada. • 

6 430 9 Henry Boorse, m. ; moved to Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 116. 

CATHARINE HUNSICKER* (Kolb), of Magdalena 
Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , G f Yelles 2 , of Hupekt 1 . 

6 431 1 John Kolb,b. March 8, 1829, in Towamen- 

sing, Montgomery county, Pa. ; m- 
Fanny Clemmer, on October 13, 1850; 
b. September 12, 1829; res., Towamen- 
sing, Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer, 
now retired ; Mennonites. 

6 432 2 Eiiza Kolb, b. August 9, 1836; d. October 

5, 1886; m. Isaac Clemmer, October 29, 
1853; res., Hatfield, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

6 433 3 Daniel Kolb, b. August 21, 1839; d. Decem- 

ber 20, 1847. 

6 434 4 Abraham H. Kolb, b. January 31, 1 841, in 

Towamensing township, Montgomery 
county. Pa. ; m. Eliza Cassel, daughter 
of Isaac Cassel, of Kulpsville. He is a 
deacon in the Mennonite Church at Hat- 
field, and a farmer ; res., Towamensing, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 435 5 Sarah Kolb, b. January 27, 1844; m. Abra- 

ham Allebach. 



CASSEL FAMILY. \2J 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 436 6 Enos Kolb, b. June 26, 1834; d. September 

11, 1838. 

6 437 7 Atfrtr Kolb, b. April 10, 1832; d. November 

21, 1833. 



CHILDREN OF No. 117. 

SARAH HUNSICKER* (Johnson), of Magdalena 

Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 438 1 Isaac Johnson, b. November 5, 1830; m. 

Sallie Ziegler ; she died ; he married 
again to Katie H. Krupp ; occ., farmer ; 
Mennonites ; res., Creamery, Skippack 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 439 2 Henry H. Johnson, b. October 9, 1 842 ; m. 

Catharine Markley, b. December 22, 
1844; farmer, and a minister in the 
Mennonite Church, at the lower or old 
Mennonite meeting house, in Skippack 
township, Montgomery county, Pa ; he 
was ordained to the ministry on March 
30, 1878, after the death of his father, 
Henry G. Johnson ; res., Creamery 
Skippack township, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 119. 

MAGDALENA HUNSICKER* (Krupp), of Magda- 
lena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 

6 440 1 Isaac Krupp, d. young. 



128 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. ' 



6 441 2 Hannah Krupp, m. Elias Nice. 

6 442 3 John Krupp, m. Mary Moyer. 

He was born in Towamensing township, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; has been engaged in teaching in the public 
schools of the county for a number of years with great suc- 
cess, and was highly respected ; res., Towamensing township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 



Individual Family 

Oen. No. No. 



443 4 Mary Krupp, m. John Clemmer, son of 

Abraham Clemmer ; farmer ; Menno- 
nites ; res., Lansdale, Pa. 

444 5 Katie Krupp, m. Isaac Johnson, son of 

Henry G. Johnson, of Skippack, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa.; farmer; Menno- 
nites. 

6 Jacob Krupp, d. single. 

7 Eli Krupp, d. single. 

8 Daniel Krupp, m. Lydia Moyer. 



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6 


447 



CHILDREN OF No. 120. 

JOHN HUNSICKERs, of Magdalena Cassel*, (Hun- 
sicker), of HUPERT 3 , Of YELLES 2 , of HuPERT 1 . 

1 Isaac Hunsicker, m. Mary Custer. 

2 Ann Hunsicker, m. Reuben Nunemaker. 

3 P'-'gg}' Hunsicker, m. Henry Kooker. 

4 Morris Hunsicker, m. Esther Drake. 

5 Sarah Hunsicker, m. Henry Espenship. 

6 Mary Hunsicker, m. Abraham Whitman. 

7 John Hunsicker. 



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449 


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450 


6 


451 


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452 


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453 


6 


454 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 2Q 

CHILDREN OF No. 123. 

ISAAC HUNSICKERs, of Magdalena Cassel* (Hun- 
sicker), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 455 1 J°hn Hunsicker, m. Sarah Heil. 

C 456 2 Henry Hunsicker, m. Elizabeth Croll. 



CHILDREN OF No. 124. 

JOHN HIESTAND*. of Catharine Cassel* (Hiestand), 

of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 Catharine Hiestand, b. December 4, 1834; 
m. Henry Bechtel ; res , in Michigan. 

2 Hannah Hit stand, b. April 16, 1837; m. 
Dillman Bechtel; res., in Michigan. 

3 John Hiestand, b. May 19, 1839; m - Leah 
Martin, of Canada. 

4 Magdalena Hiestand, b. April 7, 1842; m. 
Moses Unger, of Canada. 

5 Elizabeth Hiestand, b. October 5, 1845 ; m. 
Menno Schantz, of Canada. 



6 


457 


6 


458 


6 


459 


6 


460 


6 


461 



CHILDREN OF No. 125. 

ABRAHAM HIESTAND*, of Catharine Cassel< 
(Hiestand), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 462 1 Magdaltna Hiestand, b. January 18, 1857; 

m. Levi Snyder; farmer; Mennonites ; 
res., Breslau, Waterloo count}', Ontario. 



130 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 126. 

DAVID HIESTAND*, of Catharine Cassel« (Hies- 
tand), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



Gen. 


Individual 
No. 


F.'iniil 
No. ' 


r 


6 


463 


I 


Katie Hiestand. 


6 


464 


2 


Harry Hiestand. 


6 


465 


3 


John Hiestanti. 


6 


466 


4 


David Hiestand. 


6 


467 


5 


Lizzie Hiestand. 


6 


468 


6 


Horace Hiestand. 


6 


469 


7 


Moses Hiestand. 


6 


470 


8 


Two died young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 127. 

JACOB HIESTANDs, of Catharine Cassel* (Hiestand). 
of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 47 1 1 John Hiestand. 

6 472 2 Robert Hiestand. 

6 473 3 Jennie Hiestand. 



CHILDREN OF No. 128. 

ISAAC HIESTANDs, of Catharine CASSEL<(Heistand), 
of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 474 1 John Hiestand. 

6 475 2 Susie Hiestand. 

6 476 3 Harry Hiestand. 









CASSEL FAMILY. 


Gen. 

6 


linli\ [dual 
No. 

477 


Faniih 

Xo.' 

4 


Mary Hie stand. 


6 


478 


5 


Willie Hiestand. 


6 


479 


6 


One died young. 

By second marriage 


6 


480 


7 


Ella Hiestand. 


6 


481 


8 


Annie Hiestand. 


6 


482 


9 


Elmer Hiestand. 


6 


483 


10 


Irwin Hiestand. 


6 


484 


1 1 


Emma Hiestand. 


6 


485 


12 


Isaae Hiestand. 


6 


586 


13 


Two died young. 



131 



CHILDREN OF No. 129. 

ELIZABETH HIESTAND* (East), of Catharine Cas- 
sel 4 (Hiestand), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 487 1 Kate East. 

6 488 2 Mary East. 



CHILDREN OF No. 131. 

SAMUEL CASSEL*, of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 489 I Sarah Cassel, b. February 5, 1844; d. Febru- 
ary 15, 1844, at Harleysville, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. 

6 490 2 Rosalinda Cassel, b. February 22, 1847; m - 

Samuel Kalebach, January 18, 1872; 
Dunkards ; res., Nebraska. 



132 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



491 3 Frank- 'in Cassel,b. December 16, 1849; m. 

Catharine Hawk, December 22, 1870; 
he is a preacher and bishop in the Dunk- 
arcl or Brethren Church ; res., Lansdale, 
Pa. ; occ , agricultural and seed store. 

492 4 Mary Cassel, b. January 20, 1858; m. Peter 

Fredericks, December 22, 1870. 



6 


493 


6 


494 


6 


495 


6 


496 



CHILDREN OF No. 132. 

CATHARINE CASSEL* (John B. Cassel), of YellkV, 
of Hui'i:kt\ of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 Samuel C. Cassel, b. April 21, 1835. 

2 Abraham C Cassel. b. September 2"] , 1836; 
m. Barbara Meyers, February 15, 1868. 

3 Joseph C. Cassel, b. July 14, 183S; d. May 
20, 1853. 

4 Lieut. John C Cassel, b. December 25, 1839; 

m. Isadora Garrison, January 24, 1867; 
he died January 19, 1881. 

6 49/ 5 Charles C. Cassel, b. January 5, 1843; m. 

Catharine Landis, she died October, 

1877. He married again to Mary 
Burns, in 1878. 

6 498 6 Mary Cassel, b. February 1, 1844; d. Feb- 

ruary 1, 1864. 

6 499 7 Jacob C Cassel, b. May 19, 1 849; m. Har- 

riet Patton ; no issue ; florist in Philadel- 
phia ; Dunkard. 

6 500 8 Henry C Cassel, b. August 1, 1851; m. 

Annie Friese, November 4, 1872; mer- 
chant tailor in Philadelphia ; Dunkards. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 33 

[ndividual Family 

Geu. No. No. 

6 501 9 Sarah Cassel, b. November 18, 1853; m. 

Benjamin Isett, January 3, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF No. 133. 
SARAH CASSELs (Freed), of Yelles*, of Hupert*, of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 502 1 Joel Freed, b. March 6, 1845; m. Mary B. 

Buchert, June 13, 1863; she died; he 
married again to Anna K. Cassel, No- 
vember 26, 1870, a daughter of Henry 
B. Cassel, of Collegeville, the Dunkard 
minister. 

2 Mary Freed, b April 23, 1846; m. Moses 
Godshall, April 21, 1866. 

3 Aaron Freed, b. March 17, 1848; m. Mary 
E.' Binder, May 4, 1872. 

4 Hannah Freed, b. January 19, 1850; m. 
William Isett, November 11, 1871. 

5 Levi Freed, b. July 11, 185 1 ; m. Ellen 
Kerper, July 27, 1872. 

6 Samuel Freed, b. September 30, 1852; m. 
Mary Isett, October 13, 1877. 

7 Yelles Freed, b. March 23, 1854; m. Eliza- 
• beth Detweiler, May 27, 1876. 

8 Henry C. Freed, b. May 25, 1856; m. 

Rachel Plush, in 1876; she died; he 
married again, January 8, 1880. 

6 510 9 Sarah Freed, b. January 26, 1858; d. Janu- 

ary 18, 1863. 



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6 


504 


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505 


6 


506 


6 


507 


6 


508 


6 


509 



134 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 134. 
ABRAHAM H. CASSELs, of Yelles*, of Huperts, of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gcu. No. No. 

6 511 1 Yelles Cassel, h. January 16, 1844; m. Sarah 

Harley, February 10, 1866; farmer; 
members of the Dunkard or Brethren 
Church ; res., at India Creek, Lower 
Salford township, Montgomery county, 
Pa., above Harleysville, on the old Har- 
ley Homestead, which had been in the 
Harley name over 150 years. 

6 512 2 Henry Cassel, b. April 18, 1846; d. May 17, 

1852. 

6 513 3 Sarah Cassel, b. September 29, 1848; m. 

Daniel Booz, October, 1866; no issue. 

6 514 4 Mary Cassel, b. February 9, 185 1 ; d. May 

11, 1853. 

6 515 5 Pris cilia Cassel, b. April 12, 1853; m - Levi 

Stauffer January 8, 1870 ; children, Abra- 
ham, Yelles, Elizabeth, Clayton, Law- 
rence, Sarah, Hannah, Wilmer, Amanda 
and Flora. 

6 516 6 Amanda Cassel, b. September 1, 1855. 

6 517 7 Hannah Cassel, b. June 28, 1858; m. John 

B. Schissler February 13, 1886. 

Hannah Cassel has been a proficient and capable school 
teacher. She obtained a professional certificate from the 
county superintendent unsolicited. She was twice nominated 
as delegate to the state educational convention. Children : 
Ella Lizzie and Sallie C. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 35 



Individual Family 

(»en. Xo. No. 



518 8 Rosalinda Cassel, b. April 21, 1861 ; m. 

Daniel T. Young June 18, 1881 ; children, 
Lizzie, Henry, Sallie, Amanda, Abraham, 
Katie, Michael, Priscilla, Daniel and 
Hannah. 



CHILDREN OF No. 136. 
CHARLES CASSELs, of George*, of Hupert3, of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 519 1 Anna Cassel, b. April 3, 1842; m. Lewis 

Rowland ; res., Port Providence, Pa. ; 
had five sons ; two living. 

2 David Cassel, b. August 1, 1843. 

3 Mary Cassel, b. February 28, 1845 ! m - 
Henry Kline ; res., Illinois. 

4 Lovina Cassel, b. November 27, 1846. 

5 Joel Cassel, b. March 29, 1850; d. February 
11, 1853. 

6 Sarah Jane Cassel, b. June 20, 1852. 

7 George Cassel, b. January 7, 1854. 

8 Eliza Cassel, b. September 13, 1855; m. 
David Beal ; res., Ohio. 

9 Susanna Cassel, b. August 14, 1857. 

10 Jacob Cassel, b. September 20, 1859, in 
Washington State. 

6 529 11 Charles Cassel, b. January 17, 1863. 



6 


520 


'6 


521 


6 


522 


6 


523 


6 


5^4 


6 


525 


6 


526 


6 


527 


6 


528 



I36 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 137. 
MARY CASSELs (Wismer), of George*, of Hupert3, 

of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

6 530 I Susanna Wismer, m. David Ruth; four 

children. 

2 Sarah Wismer, unmarried. 

3 Elizabeth Wismer, m. Henry Allebach ; three 
children ; Lawndale, Pa. 

4 Jacob Wismer, m. Catharine Stout; four 
children; three living; Lawndale, Pa. 

5 Joel Wismer, m. Mary Shelly ; six children; 
three living ; Lawndale, Pa. 

6 Mary Wismer, d. young; about 17 years. 

7 David Wismer, m. Annie Roberts ; seven 
children ; Quakertown, Pa. 



6 


53i 


6 


532 


6 


533 


6 


534 


6 


535 


6 


536 



CHILDREN OF No. 138. 
MARTIN CASSELs, of George*, of Huperts, of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 537 • 1 Joseph M. Cass el, b. March 9, 1845; m. 

Lizzie Jane Landis, March 19, 1870; he 
resides, 1264 Fleetwood avenue, Phila- 
delphia ; Dunkards ; children ; Lewis 
(twins, died young,) Annie, Emma Mar- 
tin, last two also deceased. 

6 538 2 Mary Cassel, b. September 3, 1846; d. July 

30, 1878; m. George Sentman ; he died, 
April 5, 1887. 

6 539 3 Sarah Cassel, b. August 25, 1848; d. Sep- 
tember 29, ; m. Isaac Hunsicker. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 37 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 540 4 Catharine Casse/, b. April 29, 1852; m. 

Albert L. Beck, June 2, 1875 ; res., Hill- 
town, Bucks county, Pa. 

6 541 5 Charles Casse/, b. June 26, 1854; d. Sep- 

tember 7, 1854. 



CHILDREN OF No. 150. 
JESSE CASSELs, of Jacob*, of Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , 

of HUPERT 1 . 

6 542 1 Adaline Kinkinger Casse/, in. Jacob Bezone. 

6 543 2 Jacob Kinkinger Casse/, m. Susanna 

Wanner. 



CHILDREN OF No. 151. 

MARY CASSEL* (Buchhammer), of Jacob 4 , of HuperP, 
of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 544 1 Mary Buchhammer,h. October 6, 1844; d. 

February 24, 1883; m. Mr. Boyer. 

6 545 2 Frank Buc/i/iavimcr, b. October 21, 1842. 

6 546 3 John Buchhammer, b. April 25, 1848. 

6 547 4 Magoie Bne/ihaminer,b. June 12, 1S39; m. 

William Hallman. 

6 548 5 Lizzie Btichhaw/nc/-, b. June 29, 1857; m. 

Weiss. 

6 549 6 Jacob Buchhammer, b January 12, 1841 ; m. 

Miss Showalter. 

(c. F.— II.) 



I38 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 152. 
PETER CASSEL*, of Jacob*, of Huperts, of Yelles 2 , 

of HUPERT 1 . 

Indiyidual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

6 550 i Margaret Casscl, m. Abraham Custer. 

6 551 2 Abraham Casscl, m. Rosenberger. 

6 552 3 Annie Cass el. 

6 553 4 Daniel Cassel. 

6 554 5 Lizzie Cassel. 

6 555 6 Ida Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 153. 
DANIEL CASSEL*, of Jacob*, of Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , 

of HUPERT 1 . 

6 556 1 Lizzie Cassel, b. November 27, 1845 ; d. 

July 15, 1848. 

6 557 2 Isaac R. Casscl, b. July 6, 1849; d. March 

2, 1894; m. Mary Warder Cresson, 
daughter of John Cresson, on October 
7, 1874; children; Daniel Warder, 
Cresson, and Eva. 

Isaac R. Cassel was educated in the public school, and 
in the Quaker City Business College, from which insti- 
tution he graduated. He was interested in his father's busi- 
ness (commercial), and later entered the wholesale dry goods 
house of James, Kent, Santee & Co., Philadelphia ; later he 
returned again to his father's house of business. After his 
marriage he engaged in business at West Point, Pa., and was 
for some time secretary of the West Point Engine and Ma- 
chine Company. He was also elected to the office of County 



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CASSEL FAMILY. I 39 

Auditor, of Montgomery county, for two years. He moved 
to North Wales, Pa., where he was engaged in the Mont- 
gomery Web Works until his death. He was also a school 
director in North Wales. He was always a close student of 
the various sciences, and was considered an expert accountant. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

6 558 3 Sylvanus R. Casscl, b. August 23, 1853; d. 

November 26, 1856. 

6 559 4 John R. Casscl, b. November 24, 1856, at 

Cedars, Montgomery county, Pa. 

Attended the public schools until the age of fifteen 
years, when he entered the North Wales Academy and 
School of Business ; then entered his father's business (mer- 
cantile), at Cedars. After being thoroughly drilled in said 
business he entered the large wholesale house of James, 
Kent, Santee & Co., to learn the business. After remaining 
there about a year his old longing for school returned. He 
then entered Franklin and Marshall Academy, at Lancaster, 
Pa., to prepare for college ; he there crowded the two years 
course of study necessary for entrance into college into one 
year and a quarter (Rev. James Crawford, now in charge of 
Christ Reform Church, Philadelphia, was then rector of the 
Academy) ; he was then admitted to the Freshman Class in 
Franklin and Marshall College, where he remained two 
years — until the close of his Sophomore year, having passed 
Sophomore test ; he then resolved to enter Princeton Univer- 
sity, having first received an honorable dismissal from Dr. 
Apple, president of Franklin and Marshall College ; he then 
entered Princeton from which institution he graduated with 
the degree of A. B., and afterwards had the degree of A. M. 
conferred. After leaving Princeton he entered the law depart- 
ment of the University of Pennsylvania, from which he grad- 
uated with the degree of L. L. B. ; he was registered as a law 
student in the office of James H. Wolfe, Esq., Philadelphia; 
after his graduation he was admitted to the bar. He is at 



140 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



present (1892) engaged in the practice of his profession 
(office 329 Drexel Building, Philadelphia), and also holds the 
Professorship of Commercial Law in the Peirce College of 
Business, 



Gen. 


Individual 
No. 


Kami 1 \ 
Xo. 




6 


560 


5 


Annie R. Cassci, b. February 27, i860. 


6 


56l 


6 


Emanuel R. Cassci, b. November 1 1 , 1 862 ; 
engaged in mercantile business at Potts- 
town, Pa. ; being member of the firm of 
Cassel & Fretz. 



CHILDREN OF No. 155. 
HUPERT CASSEL*, of Jacob', Huperts, of Yelles 2 , 



of HUPERT 1 . 

6 562 
6 563 



564 



5^5 



565 



1 Lavina Cassel, b. November 5, 1842; m. 

Jonas S. Whitman, of Skippack, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 

2 Margaret B. Cassci, b. May 5, 1 85 1 ; d. Oc- 

tober 13, 1883; m. Isaiah K. Kulp, of 
Lansdale, Pa. ; after her death he m. her 
sister Emma. 

3 Emma B. Cassel, b. February 6, 1861 ; m. 

Isaiah K. Kulp, of Lansdale, after the 
death of his first wife, Margaret B. 
Cassel. 

4 Abner B. Cassel, b. July 19, 1848, of Lans- 

dale, Pa.; m. Fayette Umstead, daughter 
of James Umstead. 

5 Joseph B. Cassel, b. December 27, 1 844, of 

Worcester, Pa. ; m. Lizzie Smith, of 
Norristown, Pa. ; res., Worcester, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I4I 

CHILDREN OF No. 156. 

HENRY CASSEL*, of Jacob*, of Hupert*, of Yelles 2 , 
of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 566 1 Isaac S. Casscl, b. October 8, 1856; m. 

Julia Ann Benner, December 21, 1874, 
she was b. March 12, 1857. 

6 567 2 Emetine S. Casscl, b. February 16, 1848; 

m. George Wiegner. 

6 568 3 Annie Rebecca Casscl, b. July 27, 1852; m. 

Daniel Federolf. 



CHILDREN OF No. 157. 

JOHN CASSELs, of Jacob*, of Huperts, of Yelles 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 
6 569 1 William S. Casscl ; deceased. 

6 570 2 Lizzie S. Casscl. 



CHILDREN OF No. 185. 

ELIZA CASSEL^ (Dotterer), of Jacob*, of Hupert3, 
of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 Henry C. Dotterer, b. October 27, 1 848. 

2 Margaret C. Dotterer, b. February 5, 1850; 
d. April 14, 1873. 

3 Mary C. Dotterer, b. December 22, 1851; 
d. February 12, 1875. 

4 Sarah C. Dotterer, b. July 20, 1853 ; d. July 
12, 1854. 



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57i 


6 


572 


6 


573 


6 


574 



142 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



9 575 5 Lydia C. Dolt ever, b. August 4, 1S55 ; d. 

October 6, 1877. 

6 776 6 Matthias C. Batterer, b. January 4, 1857; 

m. Miss Bean ; res., Ambler. 

6 577 7 -Sa/AV C Batterer, b. July 27, 1858. 

6 578 8 Elizabeth C. Batterer, b. February 22, i860. 

6 579 9 /.ytf#£ 6~. Batterer, b. September 15, 1861. 

6 a 10 Annie C. Batterer, b. June 5, 1863; d. Feb- 

ruary 23, 1 89 1. 

6 b 11 Catharine C. Batterer, b. May 4, 1865; d. 

November 25, 1865. 

6 c 12 Matilda C. Batterer-, b. August 27, 1869. 



CHILDREN OF No. 159. 
PEGGY CASSELs (Barndt), of Jacob*, of Hupekt3, of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 580 1 Mary C. Barndt. 

6 581 2 Benjamin C. Barndt. 

6 582 3 Lydia C. Barndt. 



CHILDREN OF No. 161. 
ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Metz). of Daniel*, of Hu- 

PERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , Of HUPERT 1 . 

6 583 1 Hannah Metz, m. Joseph Bean. 

6 584 2 Lizzie Metz; deceased; was m. to Jacob 

Kulp, son of John Kulp. 

6 585 3 Franklin Metz; deceased; was m. to Mary 

Ellen Loux. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 43 

CHILDREN OF No. 162. 
CATHARINE CASSEL* (Hendricks), of Daniel*, of 

HUPERT 3 , Of YELLES 2 , of HuPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 586 1 Mary Hendricks; deceased; m. William 

Hunsberger ; has four children. 

6 587 2 Hannah Hendricks, d. single. 

6 $88 3 Maggie Hendricks, m. Kulp. 

6 589 4 Joseph Hendricks, m. Kate Nice. 

6 590 5 Sallie Hendricks, m. Anthony Anders. 

6 591 6 Samuel Hendricks, d. single. 

6 592 7 Martha Hendricks. 

6 593 8 Lizzie Hendricks. 



CHILDREN OF No. 163. 
ANNIE CASSEL* (Snyder), of Daniel* of Hupert 3 , of 

YELLES 2 , Of HUPERT 1 . 

6 594 1 Two children by first husband ; both d. 

young ; by second husband she had : 

6 595 2 Emma Snyder, m. Frank Bower. 

6 596 3 Lizzie Snyder. 



CHILDREN OF No. 164. 

SALLIE CASSEL* (Krupp), of Daniel*, of Hupert 3 , 
of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 597 1 Mary Krupp, m. Ira Eaton, at Kulpsville, 

Pa. 

6 598 2 Eliza Krupp, m. George Moore, at Kulps- 

ville. Pa. 



144 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 699 3 Hannah Krupp, m. Frederick Henning. 

6 600 4 Catharine Krupp, in. John Henning. 

6 601 5 Eli Krupp, m. Sallie Landis. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 167. 
FRANKLIN CASSELs, of Abraham*, of Hupekt 3 , of 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

1 Abraham Cassel, b. October 24, 1844; d. 
August 10, 1845. 

2 Sylvester Cassel, b. June 24, 1 846 ; m. Emma 
Hinkle ; res, Kansas City, Missouri. 

3 Mary Magdalene Cassel, b. November 1, 
1 848 ; m. Brady Caveny ; res., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

605 4 Franklin Cassel, b. February 2, 1 85 1 ; m. 

Anna Bodenstein ; res., Fort Washing- 
ton, Pa. 

5 Jacob Kulp Cassel, b. December 7, 1852 ; m. 
Eida May Miller; res., Philadelphia. 

6 Catharine Llewellen Cassel, b. January 4, 
1855 ! d. February 3, 1859. * 

7 Lewis Cassel, d. in infancy. 

8 Mary Cassel, d. in infancy. 



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6 


607 


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608 


6 


609 



CHILDREN OF No. 172. 

JACOB STOVER 5 , of Henry Stover*, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 3 (Stover), of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 610 1 Isaiah Stover, b. December 21, 1865. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 45 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 611 2 Lizzie Stover, b. September 20, 1 868. 

6 612 3 Amanda Stover, b. July 3, 1871. 

6 613 4 Elwood Stover, b. March 31, 1874. 

6 614 5 Peter Stover, b. November 10, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF No. 173. 
WILLIAM STOVERS, Q f Henry Stoyer*, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel3 (Stover), of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 615 1 Jane Stover ; deceased, aged 26 years. 

6 616 2 Henry Stover. 

Five more died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 176. 
MARY STOVERs (Underkoffler), of Henry Stoyer*, of 
Elizabeth Cassel^ (Stover), of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 617 1 Ella Underkoffler. 

6 618 2 James Underkoffler. 

6 619 3 Susie Underkoffler. 

6 620 4 Laura Underkoffler. 

6 621 5 Sallie Underkoffler. 

6 622 6 John Underkoffler. 

6 623 7 Irwin Underkoffler. 

6 624 8 Ida Underkoffler. 

6 625 9 Frank Underkoffler. 

6 626 10 Stella Underkoffler. 

6 627 11 Harrison Underkoffler. 

6 628 12 Two died in infancy. 

All were born in Skippack township, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 



I46 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 177. 
ABRAHAM CASSEL*, of Joseph*, of Abrahams, Q f 

YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 629 1 Emanda Cassel ; m. John Buckwalter. 

6 630 2 Joseph Cassci. 

6 631 3 Abraham Cassci. 

6 632 4 Kate Cassci ; m. Washington Geller. 

6 633 5 Levi Cassel. 

6 634 6 Harry Cassel. 

6 635 7 Ella B. Cassci ; m., November 28, 1 891 , 

Cyrus K. Meschter, son of Dr. G. K. 
Meschter, of Centre Point, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

6 636 8 William Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 178. 

JOSEPH CASSEL*, of Joseph*, of Abrahams, of Yelles 2 , 
of Hubert 1 . 

1 Nathan Cassci, b. November 27, i860; m. 
Hannah Schneider. 

2 Sylvester Cassel, b. December 10, 1862; m. 
Tilly Bozz. 

3 Andrew Cassel, b. January 1, 1867. 

4 Mary Cassel, b. October 6, 1864. 

5 Lucy Cassel, b. October 16, 1868; m. Isaac 
Stauffer. 

6 Wilson Cassci, b. April 16, 1869; m. Jennie 
Davidheiser. 



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6 


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CASSEL FAMILY. 1 47 

CHILDREN OF No. 179. 
DAVID CASSELs , of Joseph*, of Abraham*, of Yelles 2 , 



of HUPERT 1 



Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 



6 643 i Ida K. Cassel, b. September 3, 1S64. 

6 644 2 Milton K. Cassel, b. March 2, 1867. 

6 645 3 Joseph K. Cassel, b. August 24, 1870. 

6 646 4 Margaret K. Cassel, b. September 9, 1 874. 

6 647 5 Maggie K. Cassel. 

6 648 6 Clinton K. Cassel ; d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 180. 
JACOB CASSELs, of Joseph*, of Abraham*, of Yelles 2 , 

of HUPERT 1 . 

6 649 I Henry Cassel, b. November 1, 1867. 

6 650 2 Laura Cassel ; d., aged 13 months. 



CHILDREN OF No. 181. 

MARY CASSELs (Young), of Joseph*, of Abraham*, of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 65 1 1 Kate Young. 

6 652 2 Ha u uali Young. 

6 653 3 Mary Young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 183 



BETSY CASSEL 5 (Rosenberger), of Joseph*, of Abra- 
ham 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 654 1 Joseph C. Rosenberger. 



I48 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. Xo. 



6 655 2 Noah Rosenberger. 

6 656 3 Abraham. Rosenberger. 

6 657 4 Barbara Rosenberger. 

6 658 5 Lizzie Rosenberger. 

6 659 6 Catharine Rosenbergs r 

6 660 7 Mary Rosenberger. 

6 661 8 Sarah Rosenberger. 



CHILDREN OF No. 186. 

CATHARINE CASSEL* (Kohl), of Joseph*, of Abra- 
ham 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 662 1 Abraham Kohl ; m. Ann Ziegler ; children, 

Warren, Ellwood, Harry, Eleanor. 

6 663 2 John Kohl ; m. Mary Kulp, daughter of Prof. 

Henry Kulp. 

C 664 3 Mary Kohl ; m. Howard Pennypacker. 



CHILDREN OF No. 190. 

KATE BENNERs (Clemens), of Elizabeth Cassel*, of 
Abraham 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 665 1 Lizzie Clemens ; m. Frank Bryan. 

6 666 2 Lovina Clemens ; m. John Steiner. 

6 667 3 Annie Clemens ; m. Swartz. 



CHILDREN OF No. 191. 

ABRAHAM BENNER*, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Ben 
ner), of Abraham 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Huperi 1 . 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 49 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 668 1 Jacob K. Benner, b. September 23, 1849; 

d. 1 891. 

6 669 2 Elizabeth Benner, b. July 14, 185 1; d. Oc- 

tober 1852, aged 1 year, 3 months. 

6 670 3 Susanna Benner, b. July 21, 1856; m. 

Henry Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 195. 

DAVID BENNERs, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Benner), 
of Abrahams, G f Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 671 1 Jacob K. Benner, b. July 12, 1854. 

6 6j2 2 Julia Ann Benner, b. March 12, 1857; m. 

Isaac S. Cassel, December 21, 1874, who 
was born October 8, 1856; res., Skip- 
packville, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 673 3 Milton K. Benner, b. June 15, 1859; m. 

Susanna H. Keelor, October 12, 1878; 
farmer; Mennonites ; res., Skippack, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 674 4 Amanda K. Benner, b. March 12, 1862; m. 

Jacob Souder,5[b. November 6, 1856; 
res., Worcester, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 196. 

SARAH BENNERs (Conver), of Elizabeth Cassel* 
(Benner), of Abrahams, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 675 I Elizabeth B. Conver, b. August 17, 1855 ; d. 

March 30, 1872, aged 16 years, 7 
months, 13 days. 



150 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 676 2 Joseph B. Conner, b. April 3, 1857; m. Mary 

M. Lutz, daughter of John F. Lutz, No- 
vember 6, 1875. 

6 677 3 Hannah B. Conver, b. May 9, 1859; d., 

i860, aged 1 year. 

6 678 4 AntJiony B. Conver, b. January 5, 1861 ; d. 

July 10, 1877, aged 16 years, 6 months, 
5 days. 

6 679 5 Alary B. Conver, b. February 1, 1863; m. 

Markley Reese, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF No. 197. 

JOSEPH BENNERs, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Benner), 

of Abraham 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



6 


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1 


Elizabeth Benner. 


6 


681 


2 


Garret Benner. 


6 


682 


3 


Fannie Benner. 


6 


683 


4 


Emma Benner. 


6 


684 


5 


John Benner. 


7 


685 


6 


Katie Benner. 


6 


686 


7 


Susanna Benner. 


6 


687 


8 


Joseph Benner. 



CHILDREN OF No. 198. 

ELIZA BENNERs (Wile), of Elizabeth Cas'sel* (Ben- 
ner), of Abraham 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1- 

6 688 1 Calvin Wile. 

6 689 2 Urias Wile. 









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Gen. 


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No. 


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No. " 


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3 


Clara Wile. 


6 


69I 


4 


Ida Wile. 


6 


692 


5 


Harry Wile. 


6 


693 


6 


Katie Wile. 


6 


694 


7 


Martha Wile. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 208. 

JOHN C. BOORSE, ESQ.s, of Susie Cassel* (Boorse), 
of Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 695 1 Alinda R. Boorse, b. May 29, 1856; d. Jan- 

uary 31, 1857. 

6 696 2 Mary Ann Boorse, b. December 18, 1857; 

d. December 31, 1893; m. Humphrey 
VV. Edwards, of Kulpsville, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

6 697 3 Melinda Boorse, b. January 3, i860; d. 

August 31, i860. 

6 698 4 Ella Boorse, b. March 21, 1S62; m. Dr. 

David K. Bechtel ; one child, Salina, b. 
May 30, 1894. 

6 699 5 Lizzie Boorse, b. March 25, 1864; m. Allen 

H. Tyson. 

6 Henry R. Boorse, b. September 21,1 866. 

7 Alma Boorse, b. December 9, 1868; m. 
Henry C. Hunsicker. 

8 Nora Boorse, b. June 7, 1871 ; d. March 11, 
1889. 

9 Edith R. Boorse, b. October 21, 1879. 



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6 


701 


6 


702 


9 


703 



152 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 209. 

KATIE BOORSEs (Bechtel), of Susie Cassel* (Boorse), 
of Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

6 704 I Romanus Bechtel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 211. 

BARBARA BOORSE* (Ziegler), of Susie Cassel< 
(Boorse), of Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 705 1 Henry B. Ziegler ; m. Miss Swartley. 

6 706 2 Willoughby Ziegler; m. Helen Hughes; 

three children. 

4 

6 707 3 Isaiah Ziegler ; d. single. 

6 70S 4 Sevilla Ziegler ; married. 

6 709 5 Barbara Ziegler ; m. Abraham Cole. 



CHILDREN OF No. 215. 
JACOB CASSEL*, of John*, of Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of 



1 William K. Cassel, b. May 19, 1857; m. Lydia 

Moyer, Norristown. 

2 John K. Cassel, b. June 8, 1861 ; m. Anna 

Nace, Kulpsville. 

3 Harry K. Cassel, b. January 5, 1863 ; m. Ida 

Cameron, Harvey, 111. 

4 Justus K. Cassel, b. October 28, 1865; m. 

Ida Schlosser, Norristown. 

5 Frank K. Cassel, b. January 30, 1867; m. 

Maggie Nace, Kulpsville. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 715 6 Howard K. CasscI, b. December 6, 1872; m. 

Annie Hunsberger, Mainland. 

6 716 7 Ann Elizabeth Cassel, b. July 7, 1854; m. 

Valentine Schlosser, Cedars. 

6 717 8 Sallie CasscI, b. June 12, 1870; m. John R. 

Swartley, of Franconia, February 6, 1892. 



CHILDREN OF No. 225. 

SUSANNA B. CASSEL^ (Kolb), of Abraham*, of Jacobs, 
of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 718 1 Polly C. Kolb, b. February 19, 1 827 ; m. Abra- 

ham Benner, November 9, 1848, b. March 
7, 1826; farmer; Mennonites; res., Wor- 
cester, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 719 2 Elizabeth C. Kolb, b. October 8, 1830; d. 

November, 1862, aged 32 years, 28 days; 
m. David Benner, March 20, 1853, t>. 
December 4, 1832; farmer; Mennon- 
ites ; res., Lower Salford, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

6 720 3 Anna C. Kolb, b. July 7, 1839; unmarried; 

res., Skippack, Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 228. 

HENRY B. CASSEL 5 , of Abraham 4 , of Jacobs, of Abra- 
ham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

(c F.— 12.) 



154 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 



6 721 1 Cathmine Cassel, b. September 28, 1835; m. 

Philip Stierly ; occ, farmer ; Dunkards ; 
res., Limerick Square, Montgomery 
county, Pa. He died in June, 1892. 

6 722 2 Mary Cassel, b. November 26, 1836; m. 

Augustus Christman ; res., Norristown, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 7 2 3 3 Susan Cassel, b. November 24, 1839; res., 

Collegeville, Montgomery county, Pa. 
Married Henry Fry in 1892. 

6 724 4 Jacob K. Cassel, b. August 24, 1841 ; m. 

Matilda Derr; d. January 6, 1896, aged 
54 years ; res., Trappe, Montgomery 
county, Pa.; farmer; Dunkard; children. 

6 725 5 Henry K. Cassel, b. June 10, 1844; m. Kate 

Place ; res., Roxborough, Philadelphia. 

6 726 6 Anna Cassel, b. October 8, 1847; m - Joel 

Freed ; res., Royersford, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

6 727 7 Samuel K. Cassel, b. March 4, 1850; m. 

Mary Hendricks; res., Norristown, Pa. 

6 728 8 Lizzie Cassel, b. June 12, 1852; m. Wilson 

Brunner; res., Trappe, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

6 7 2 9 9 John K. Cassel, b. June 25, 1856; d. Febru- 

ary 6, 1877, aged 20 years, 7 months, 1 1 
days. 



CHILDREN OF No. 229. 

CHRISTIAN BERGEYs, of Catharine Cassel* (Ber- 
gey), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 55 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



730 1 Jacob K. Bergey, b. April 10, 1836; m. Mary 

Wagner, b. June 18, 1835 ; res., Leder- 
achsville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; German Reformed. 

731 2 William Bergey, b. April 29, 1840; m. Clara 

Federolf in 1863; res., Lederachsville, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer. 

732 3 David Bergey, b. about 1843; m. Amanda 

Wagner about 1868 ; farmer and miller; 
chopping mill and feed on Northeast 
branch of Perkiomen creek, near Leder- 
achsville, Montgomery county, Pa. 

733 4 Kate Bergey, b. April 7, 1845 ; m. Eli Leidy, 

March 24, 1865, b. February 13, 1840, d. 
October 14, 1885; res., Philadelphia. 

734 5 John K Bergey, b. August 2, 1851 ; m. Ma- 

lara Reed, August 2, 1851; residence, 
Schwenksville, Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 131. 

JOHN C. KRATZ*, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Kratz), of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 735 1 Abraham G. Kratz, b. October 8, 1840; d. 

June 21, 1864, aged 23 years, 8 months, 
5 days; enlisted in 1861, and was killed 
at Resaca, Ga., in 1864, in the Southern 
war. 

6 736 2 John G. Kratz, b. October 28, 1842; m. 

Ellen Deeds, March 9, 1871 ; farmer; 
P. O., Yerkes, Montgomery county, Pa.; 
Trinity Christian Church. 



I56 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 737 3 Lizzie G. Kratz, b. April 21, 1845. 

6 738 4 Mary A. Kratz, b. December 21, 1846. 

& 739 5 A^/V 6". Kratz, b. January 20, 1849; m - 

George O. Kunkle, August 26, 1877 ; he 
died ; she married again to Jacob Stiver 
Springer, on January 8, 1887; P. O., 
Royersford ; no issue by either marriage. 

6 740 6 Cornelius Tyson Kratz, b. August n, 1850 ; 

m. Annie W. Sidall, b. April 22, 1852. 

He is by profession an attorney-at-la\v, and a member of 
the Norristown bar ; res., Providence township, Montgomery 
county, Pa., near Collegeville, Pa. He served a term in the 
State Legislature of Pennsylvania, and filled several other 
public positions with honor ; in politics, a Republican. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 741 7 Sallic J. Kratz, b. April 19,1854; m., May 

31, 1883, to W. Thomas Long; b. Sep- 
tember 17, 1854. 

6 742 8 Henry H. Kratz, b. March 13. i860; d. 

March 25, 1862; aged 2 years, 12 days. 



CHILDREN OF No. 234. 

ABRAHAM C. KRATZ*, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Kratz), 
of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , Hupert 1 . 

6 743 1 Benjamin C. Kratz, b. December 7, 1 844 ; 

m. Sarah S. Kulp, November 30, 1867; 
she was b. December 4, 1846; farmer; 
P. O., Bergey, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

6 744 2 Abraham C. Kratz, b. August 18, 1846; m. 

Mary F. Hawk, March 4, 1871 ; she was 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 57 



Individual Family 

Oen. No. No. 



6 744 2 b. January 1 , 1 847 ; farmer and harness- 

maker ; P. O., Creamery, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

6 745 3 Noah C. Kratz, b. November 14, 1849; d. 

June 9, 1883, aged 33 years, 7 months, 
25 days ; m. Mary K. Kriebel, January 
20, 1872 ; engineer. 

6 746 4 Daniel C. Kratz, b. November 30, 185 1 ; m. 

Elizabeth S. Kulp, September 2, 1875 ; 
she was b. October 18, 1854; farmer; 
miller ; P. O., Hendricks, Pa. ; Mennon- 
ites. 

6 747 5 John C. Kratz, b. March 27, 1853; m. Kate 

M. Stauffer; farmer; P.O., St. Peters, 
Pa. ; Mennonites. 

6 748 6 Lizzie C. Kratz, b. May 15, 1858 ; m. Daniel 

Anderson, October 20, 1877; carpenter 
and mason ; P. O., Lucon, Pa. 

6 749 7 Catharine C. Kratz, b. May 27, 1863; m. 

William D. Fitzgerald, February 11, 
1887; employed in the American Cash 
Register Co., of Philadelphia, Pa. 

8 Mary C. Kratz, b. August 30, 1864. 

9 Fau/iie C. Kratz, d. in infancy. 
10 Henry C. Kratz, d. in infancy. 



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6 


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CHILDREN OF No. 236. 

CATHARINE C. KRATZ* (Boorse), of Elizabeth 
Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 



158 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 751 1 Eliza Fretz, b. April 8,1849; m. William 

Shoemaker ; children, Walter, Archi- 
bald, Edna, Mervine. 

C 752 2 Abraham Boorse, b. December 29, 1861 ; d. 

aged 10 months. 

6 753 3 William Henry Boorse, b. June 1, 1863; m. 

Sophia Zepp. 

6 754 4 Amanda Mary Ann Boorse, b. October 28, 

1865 ; d., aged 3 years, 5 months. 

6 755 5 Annie Maria Boorse, b. November 23, 1869; 

m. William Springer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 237. 

DANIEL C. KRATZ*, of Elizabeth Cassel* (Kratz), 
of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

6 756 1 Susanna F. Kratz, b. January 13, 1863 ; m. 

Peter Hunsberger, September 8, 1888; 
P. 0., Lucon, Pa. ; farmer. 

6 757 2 Abraham Kratz, b. March 31, 1865; d. 

April 24, 1855, aged 20 years, 24 days. 

6 758 3 Amanda F. Kratz, b. November 20, 1866; 

m. Abraham L. Alderfer, January 5, 
1889; P. O., Lucon, Pa.; laborer. 

6 759 4 Maria F. Kratz, b. January 1, 1869; m. 

Joseph L. W'ismer ; P. 0., Harleysville. 

5 Esther F. Kratz, b. June 27, 1871. 

6 Sylvanus F. Kratz, b. January 10, 1873. 

7 Araminda F. Kratz, b. November 19, 1874. 



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761 


6 


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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 763 8 Elizabeth F. Kratz, b. September 19, 1876; 

d. January 14, 1877, aged 3 months, 27 
days. 

6 764 9 Emma Kratz, b. December 24, 1877. 

6 765 10 Harry Kratz, b. March 13, 1880. 



CHILDREN OF No. 238. 

SUSANNA C. BERGEYs (Fretz), of Molly Cassel* 
(Bergey), of Jacobs of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 766 1 Mary Ann Fretz, b. February 12, 1837; m. 

John Smith, November 15, 1858, b. 
about 1836; d. February 16, 1878, aged 
about 42 years ; occ, baker ; res., Phila- 
delphia ; no issue. She m. again to 
Peter D. Hendricks, on November 7, 
1883; res., Hatfield, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

6 767 2 Abraham Fretz, b. November 30, 1840; m. 

Mary Amanda Hendricks ; she d. Feb- 
ruary 3, 1880; res., Line Lexington; 
occ, farmer; Mennonites ; he married a 
second time, to Susanna R. Rickert. 

6 768 Susan Fretz, b. April 19, 1S43 ; d. August 24, 

1887; m. Christian G. Musselman, in 
1 86 1 ; he was killed through an accident 
on the P. R. R. in the freight depot on 
Market street, Philadelphia, February 
18, 1874; occ, wheelwright ; res., Rising 
Sun, Philadelphia. 

6 769 4 Sarah Fretz, b. March 10, 1846; m. David 

Heavner, January 20, 1872; occ, tin- 
smith ; no issue. 



l60 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 770 5 Jacob B. Frets, b. July 1 1, 185 1. 

6 771 6 Samuel Frets, b. 1852; d. 1856. 

6 772 7 Charles Frets, b. 1854; d. 1856. 

6 773 8 William B. Frctz, b. March 29, 1858; m. 

Mary Ellen Rosenberger, Noverriber 27, 
1879; she was b. April 15, 1858; occ., 
tinsmith ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 241. 

ENOS C. BERGEYs, of Molly Cassel", of Jacobs, of 
Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 774 1 William Z. Bergey,b. March 12, 1845; in. 

Catharine Shelly, December 28, 1871, a 
daughter of Jacob Shelly, of Richfield, 
Juniata county, Pa., b. July 10, 1845 ; 
occ, farmer ; Mennonites ; he is also a 
minister in said church ; res., Richfield, 
Juniata county, Pa. 

6 775 2 Mary Emma Bogey, b. May 23, 1847; m. 

Abraham H. Kurtz, December 20, 1866; 
he was b. March 21, 1842; farmer; 
Dunkards ; res., near Thompsontown, 
Juniata county, Pa. 

6 776 3 Elizabeth Bcrgcy, b. September 10, 1849; 

d. March 16, 1871 ; was m. to Martin 
Mumma, of Dauphin county, Pa., where 
they resided ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

6 777 4 John Z. Bcrgcy, b. November 1, 1852; m. 

Sarah C. Halteman, on January 2, 1879; 
b. July 9, 1855; she was a school teacher, 



CASSEL FAMILY. l6l 



Individual Family 

Gen, No. No. 



6 777 4 and a daughter of Abraham Halteman ; 

he has a livery stable in Mifflin, Juniata 
county, Pa. 

6 778 5 Samuel Bergey, b. July 30, 1855 ; m. Cora 

Burkholder, in 1881 ; res., Los Angeles, 
California. 

6 Sarah Bcrgcy,h. July 1, 1858; d. May 5, 
1859, aged 8 months, 4 days. 

7 David Bcrgcy, b. September 11, 1865; d., 
aged 20 years. 

8 Annie Bcrgcy, b. October 10, 1867. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 243. 

FIEGA C. BERGEY* (Shirk), of Molly Cassel* (Ber- 
gey), of Jacobs Q f Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

6 782 1 Sctilla Shirk, b. May 7, 1845 \ m - Henry 

Brubacker ; he died ; she m. again to 
Elias Landis, a Dunkard preacher ; res., 
Richfield, Juniata county, Pa. ; no issue. 

6 783 2 Sarah Jane Shirk, b. August 24, 1843; m 

Abraham Schwartzlander ; occ, wheel- 
wright ; res., McAllisterville, Juniata 
county, Pa. 

6 784 3 David Shirk, b. April 23, 1848; m. Keturah 

Landis ; occ, wheelwright ; res., McAl- 
listerville, Juniata county, Pa. 

6 785 4 Philip Shirk, b. November 15, 1850; m. 

Cordelia Heinly; occ, wheelwright; res., 
McAllisterville, Juniata county, Pa. 



1 62 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 786 5 Harvey Shirk, b. October 16, 1844; d., aged 

20 years. 

6 787 6 /afo Shirk, b. February 14, 1857; d., aged 

7 years. 

6 788 7 Wtf/w SAw-vfe, b. February 14, 1863; m. Miss 

Harman ; one child. 

6 789 8 yZ/;wr SAW"/*, ") 

V Twins; b. August 19, 1866. 
6 790 9 Alvin Shirk, j 



CHILDREN OF No. 244. 

CATHARINE BERGEY* (Schaeffer), of Molly Cas- 
sel 4 (Schaeffer), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 791 1 Sylvania Schaeffer, b. February 7, 1856; m. 

William F. Sellers; one child, Stanley L. 
Sellers. 

6 792 2 Franklin Schaeffer, b. January 16, 1863: 

unmarried. 

6 793 3 Delilah Schaeffer, b. April 24, 1S65 ; m. 

Emanuel Winelander ; one child, Clif- 
ford ; res., Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 245. 

ELIZABETH C. BERGEY* (Reichenbach), of Molly 
Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 794 1 Samuel Reichenbach, b. June 16, 185 1 ; went 

west in 1882. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 63 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. So. 



6 795 2 Isabella Catharine Reichcnbach, b. Septem- 

ber 21, 1852; d. January 4, 1854; aged 
1 year, 4 months, 1 3 days. 

6 796 3 M. E. Reichenbach, b. March 30, 1854; m. 

Emma Jacobus ; res., Philadelphia ; two 
children ; one living, William Clinton. 

6 797 4 Kate Reichenbach, b. August 7, 1857. 

6 798 5 /*A» Reichenbach, b. March 16, 1859; d. 

August 3, 1876; aged 17 years, 5 
months, 17 days. 

6 799 6 Milton H. Reichenbach, b. April 10, 1861 ; 

m. Matilda Smith ; res., Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 246. 

SARAH C. BERGEY* (Stein), of Molly* (Bergey), of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 800 1 Samuel Stein, b. May 26, 1856; d. January 

2, 1863 ; aged 6 years, 7 months, 7 days. 

6 801 2 James Stein, b. July 24, 1858; m. Minnie 

Shearer, daughter of Shearer, an 

attorney, at Carlisle. Mr. Stein is a 
Methodist minister, a graduate of Dick- 
inson College, at Carlisle ; he is now lo- 
cated at Harrisburg, Pa. 

6 802 3 Charles Stein, b. January 4, 1861 ; d. Feb- 

ruary 25, 1864; aged 3 years, 1 month, 
21 days. 

By recond marriage to P. Rittenhouse Fink. 

6 804 5 Ulysses G. Fink, M. D.,h. May 8, 1866; a 

graduate of Jefferson College. 



164 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 805 6 Clara E. Fink, b. March 8, 1869; d. Aprli 

25, 1876; aged 7 years 1 month, 17 
days. 

6 806 7 William Harrison Fink, b. July 1, 1873; d. 

March 18, 1875. 

6 807 8 Jit nia fa Blanche Fink, b. October 5, 1876. 



CHILDREN' OF No. 247. 

DANIEL K. CASSEL*, of Jacob*, of Jacobs, of Abra- 
ham 2 , Of HUPERT 1 . 

6 808 1 Simeon K. Cassel, b. February 17, 1846; m. 

Esther Freyer, September 5, 1865; b. 
August 31, 1 841 ; occ, harness maker; 
res., Skippackville, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; Schwenkfelder. 

6 809 2 Jonas K. Cassel, b. September 15, 1849; m. 

Annie Appledorn, in about 1872, her 
maiden name was Murrey; no issue; 
res., Colorado ; prospecting. 

6 810 3 Able K. Cassel, b. January 15, 1852; m. 

Annie H. Graham, June 1871, b. De- 
cember 25, 185 1 ; res., West Philadel- 
phia ; employment agent, and collecting 
and secretary of the Dairymen's Protect- 
ive Association, later deputy food com- 
missioner for the state of Pennsylvania. 



CHILDREN OF No. 248. 

ABRAHAM K. CASSEL*, of Jacob*, of Jacobs, of 
Abraham 2 , of Huff.rt 1 . 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 65 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



811 1 William K. Cassel, h. November 26, 1848; 

m. Leah F. Kratz, December 4, 1875, 
b. August 24, 1853; farmer; Mennon- 
ites ; res., near Collegeville, Pa., Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 

812 2 Mary Ann Cassel,h. December 23, 1854; 

m. Jacob K. Freyer, in 1888 ; res., Nor- 
ristown, Montgomery county, Pa. 

813 3 Josiah K. Cassel, b. July 21, 1861 ; m. Kate 

A. Freed, b. November 21, 1863, and 
died August 21, 1890, aged 27 years, 9 
months ; res., Norristown, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; she is buried at Lower Sal- 
ford Mennonite meeting house ; he m. 
again to Katie Dornan, October 25, 
1894; res., Norristown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 249. 

SAMUEL K. CASSEL*, of Jacob*, of Jacobs, of Abra- 
ham 2 , of HliPERT 1 . 

6 814 I Allen H. Cassel, b. January 18, 1857; d. 

September 17, 1862, aged 5 years, 8 
months less 1 day. 

6 815 2 Wilhelmina H. Cassel, b. June 26, i860; d. 

January 7, 1862, aged I year, 6 months, 
1 1 days. 

6 816 3 Emma H. Cassel, b. April 8, 1863; m. to 

Albert H. Weisel, of Hagersville, Bucks 
county, Pa., on April 7, 1892; farmer; 
German Reformed; res., Blooming Glen, 
Bucks county, Pa. 



1 66 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



817 4 JoscpJi H. Cassel, b. January 12, 1865; d. 

August 27, 1865, aged 6 months 15 
days. 

818 5 Elizabeth H. Cassel, b. September 24, 1 867 ; 

d. August 19, 1868, aged 10 months, 26 
days. 

819 6 Mary Ann H. Cassc/, b. January 28, 1871 ; 

d. June 16, 1877, aged 6 years, 4 months, 
19 days. 

820 7 Alvin H. Cassel, b. February 15, 1877; d. 

September 21, 1877, aged 6 months, 6 
days. 
All buried at Blooming Glen Mennonite meeting house. 



CHILDREN OF No. 816. 

EMMA H. CASSEL 6 (Weisel), of Samuels, of Jacob*, 
of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 a 1 Joseph Howard Weisel, b. March 6, 1893. 

7 b 2 Albert Raymond Weisel, b. August 7, 1894. 

7 c 3 Knrwen Arthur Weisel, b. January 28, 1896 



CHILDREN OF No. 250. 

JACOB K. CASSEL, M. D.s, of Jacob*, of Jacob 3 , of 
Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 821 1 Francis Henry Cassel, b. October 27, 1863; 

d. May 5, 1866, aged 2 years, 6 months, 
9 days ; buried at Salford, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 67 



Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 



6 822 2 Ulysses Grant Cassel, b. June 7, 1865 ; d. 

July 6, 1865, aged 1 month, 1 day; 
Blooming Glen, Bucks county, Pa. 

6 823 3 Wilhelmina M. E. Cassel, b. July 13, 1866. 

6 S24 4 J/^rj Emily Cassel, b. May 3, 1868; m. 

Samuel F. Little, on December 26, 1888 ; 
she d. August 31, 1890, aged 22 years, 
3 months, 28 days ; buried at Green- 
mount cemetery. 

6 825 5 Joe Edward Cassel, b. November 28, 1874. 

He was upon application admitted on the Pennsylvania 
Nautical School Ship "Saratoga," at the age of fifteen years, 
being among the youngest of those entered, when they were 
mustered. The class consisted of about one hundred and 
seven. They started May 1, 1890, on a cruise, touched at 
Fayal, May 16, 1890, left again on the 21st for Southampton ; 
being prevented on account of a gale, they ran into Plymouth 
on July the 4th, and on the 8th left for Southampton. After 
leaving the latter port they touched at Funchal, Madeira; 
then left again for Philadelphia, where they arrived after 
twenty-nine days' sailing. 

They started on a second cruise from Philadelphia on 
January 31, 1891, for Barbadoes and the West Indies, and 
Pensacola, Florida. They encountered a severe storm lasting 
seven days, and were driven five hundred miles out of their 
course, even above New York. On the third cruise, they 
touched the Azore Islands, Lisbon, Portugal, and Madeira, 
crossing the Atlantic four times, and visiting the West Indies, 
before the age of seventeen years. On December 11, 1891, 
he graduated in class No. 1, in navigation and seamanship. 
In 1892 he was appointed as second mate, under Captain 
Endicott, on the fourmast schooner, Matilda D. Borda 



1 68 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen, No. No. 



6 826 6 George Rutherford Cassel, b. August 14, 

1 876 : in 1 892 he was apprenticed as 
machinist in Disston's saw factory; now 



engineer. 



6 827 7 Elizabeth Cassel, b. July 13, 1878; d. July 

30, 1878; buried at Salford, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. 

6 828 8 Annie Christiana Cassel b. September 9, 

1881 ; d. May 14, 1882. 

6 829 9 Eva Louise Cassel, b. January 12, 1884; d. 

September 28, 1884. 

The two last buried at Greenmount cemetery, Philadel- 
phia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 252. 
JOHN B. CASSEL*, of John*, of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , 

of HUPERT 1 . 

6 830 I Sarah S. Cassel, b. April 25, 1854; d. April 

2, 1883; m. Percy Page, July 1, 1877; 
had two children, both d. in infancy ; 
res., in Ontario, Canada. 

6 831 2 Isabels. Cassel, b. June 30, 1855; m. John 

Snyder, on February 27, 1877. Born 
August II, 1848; res., in Ontario, 
Canada. 

6 832 3 Mary S. Cassel, b. December 26, 1858. Is 

taking a course in Toronto General 
Hospital Training School for Nurses. 
She graduated in class, 1891, with high 
honors, at Toronto, Canada. 

6 833 4 David S. Cassel, b. December 15, 1861 ; m. 

Harriet Martin, in 1888; res., Ontario, 
Canada. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 69 

CHILDREN OF No. 253. 

ABRAHAM B. CASSEL 5 , of John*, of Jacobs, of Abra- 
ham 2 , HUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

fu'L. No. Nt>. 

6 834 1 Catharine G. Casscl, b. February 10, 1851 ; 

m. John Zelner, on October 20, 1868, b. 
March 29, 1845 \ res -> Michigan. 

6 835 2 Nathaniel G. Casscl, b. April 2, 1852; m. 

Angeline Bechtel, February 24, 1875, 
b. December 24, 1857; res., Michigan. 

6 836 3 Sarah Ann G. Casscl, b. February 22, 1855 ; 

m. James Moss ; res., Michigan. 

6 837 4 John G. Casscl, b. July 5, 1856; m. 

Rogers ; 
Michigan 



Rogers ; she died ; he m. again ; res. 



838 5 Amos G. Casscl, b. June 21, 1858; m. Betsy 

Bechtel ; res , Michigan. 
Both died there. 

839 6 Levi G. Casscl, b. August 6, 1866; d., aged 

about 12 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 254. 

JESSE B. CASSEL 5 , of John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , 

of Hupert 1 . 

6 840 1 Mary Ann 0. Casscl, b. May 19, 185 1, in 

Waterloo county, Canada ; m. Angus 
McNally, on December 25, 1873, b. Sep- 
tember 11, 1845, m Canada; res., Onta- 
rio, Canada. 

(C. F.— 13.) 



I70 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Angus McNally was born and raised in Waterloo town- 
ship, Waterloo county, Ontario, Canada. In his younger 
years he was engaged on his father's farm until the age of 17 
during which time he received an ordinary common school 
education. He then served an apprenticeship of three years 
in the wodlen manufacturing business. He then worked as 
journeyman in the same about seven years, and then entered 
into partnership in the firm of H. McNally, C. Clemens & 
Co., woolen manufacturers at Blair, Ontario, Canada ; resi- 
dence, at Blair, Ontario ; Mennonites. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 841 2 Isaiah 0. Cassel, b. November 9, 1852; m. 

Maggie Clemens, in 1879: no issue; 
res., Canada. 

6 842 3 Katie Ann O. Cassel, b. October 13, 1854; 

m. Josiah Hallman, October 13, 1875, 
he was b. April 19, 1853 ; res., Waterloo 
county, Ontario, Canada : occ, farmer ; 
Mennonites. 

6 843 4 Josiah ,0. Cassel, b. November 1, 1856; m. 

Maria Hallman, September 25, 1878; b. 
December 1 1 , 1859, d- January 21,1 886 ; 
he m. again to Sarah Ann Hallman, in 
1807, sister to Maria, the first wife ; res., 
Waterloo county, Ontario, Canada ; 
farmer. 

6 844 5 William David 0. Cassel, b. June 30, 1859: 

m. Alza Mina Clemens, October 27, 
1880. 

William David O. Cassel was born in Waterloo county, 
Ontario, Canada, in 1859. In 1879, he went to Michigan, 
and in about 1880 returned again to Canada and married 
Alza Mina Clemens, daughter of Henry Clemens, of Ontario, 
and went back to Michigan again until the year 1884, where 
their eldest son was born in 1881. Then they returned again 



CASSEL FAMILY. 171 

to Canada and settled on a farm in Wilmot township, Water- 
loo county, Ontario, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 255. 
ENOS B. CASSEL*, of John*, of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , 



of HUPERT 1 . 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



845 i Mary Ann 0. Cassel, b. February 23, 1862; 

m. Isaiah W. Moyer, February 26, 1880; 
res., Drakes Corner, Towamensing town- 
ship, Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer. 

846 2 Katie Sabilla 0. Cassel, b. July 5, 1871 ; m. 

Samuel Alderfer, November 3, 1894, b. 
July 30, 1872; res., Kulpsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 257. 

NATHAN B. CASSELs, of John*, of Jacobs, Q f Abra- 
ham 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 847 I Abraham G. Cassel, b. February 21, 1855 ; 

m. Amanda Rickert ; res Indiana ; Men- 
nonites. 

2 Catharine G. Cassel, b. April 4, 1856; m. 
Philip Ziegler, in 1875 ; res., Missouri. 

3 Solomon G. Cassel, b. February 9, 1858; m. 
Mary Hoff ; res., Ontario, Canada ; Men- 
nonites. 

4 Magdalena G. Cassel, b. August 1, 1859; 
m. Martin Knorr. 

5 Henry G. Cassel, b. April 3, 1861 ; m. Cath- 
arine Miller. 



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6 


850 


6 


851 



172 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Geu. 

6 


No. 

852 


6 


853 


6 


854 


; 


855 


6 


856 


7 


857 


7 


858 


6 


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Individual Fatally 

No. 



6 David G. Cass el, b. September 14, 1863. 

7 Lydia G. Cassel, b. January 19, 1866. 

8 John G. Cassel, b. November 16, 1867; res., 

Missouri ; m. Delila . 

1 Had one child, name not known. 

9 Susanna G. Cassel, b. December 17, 1869; 

m. Waterman. 

1 One child living-. 

2 One dead, name not known. 

10 Joseph H. Cassel, b. March 7, 1874; by sec- 
ond wife. 



CHILDREN OF No. 258. 

HENRY B. CASSEL*, of John*, of Jacobs, of Abra- 
ham 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

6 860 i Ephraim B. Cassel, b. June 11, 1857; m. 

Hannah Bricker, on April 6, 1881, b. 
January 6, i860; res., Ontario, Canada. 

6 861 2 Samuel B. Cassel, b. September 25, 1858; 

m. Annie Mark, September 22, 1885; 
res., Canada. 

6 862 3 Susanna B. Cassel, b. March 3, i860; m. 

Noah S. Schantz, b. May 16, 1859, and 
m., March 7, 1883; res., Ontario, Canada. 

6 863 4 Sarah Ann B. Cassel, b. September 21, 

1864; d. May 8, 1870. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 73 

CHILDREN OF No. 259. 
ADAM R. CASSELs, of John*, of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , 



of HUPERT 1 . 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 864 1 Mil. on D. Cassel,b. May 17, 1862; d. May 

17, 1862. 

6 865 2 Oliver D. Cassel, b. June 16, 1863; m. 

Barbara Geiger, on August 24, 1886; 
res., Ontario, Canada. 

6 866 3 Lovinia D. Cassel, b. November 29, 1 865 ; 

m. Henry H. Wagner, November 15, 
1891 ; res., Waterloo county, Ontario, 
Canada ; farmer ; one child, Cecil Mau- 
rice Wagner, b. December 22, 1893. 

6 86y 4 John D. Cassel, ) Twins ; b. September 3, 

6 868 5 Jacob D. Cassel, j 1 87 1 . 



CHILDREN OF No. 260. 

SARAH B. CASSELs (Oberholzer), of John*, of Jacobs, 
of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 869 1 Josiah C Oberholzer, b. June 22, i860; m. 

Queen Victoria Booz, July 21, 1888. 

6 870 2 Elmer Ellszuorth C Oberholzer, b. May 11, 

1862; m. Brunner, d. of James Brunner. 

6 871 3 Lincoln C. Oberholzer, b. June u, 1864; m. 

m. Bella Wilson, January 1 1, 1893 ; res., 
2021 South Ninth street, Philadelphia. 

6 872 4 Sylvester C Oberholzer, b. May 11, 1866. 

6 873 5 William C Oberholzer, b. June 3, 1872. 



174 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 262. 

LEAH PENNYPACKER* (Steiner), of Susanna Cas- 
sel 4 (Pennypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 
Geu. No. No. 

6 874 1 Eliza Jane Steiner, b. October 26, 1845; m - 

Franklin Samsel, November 13, 1869; 
b. May 30, 1844; d. March 16, 1873, 
aged 28 years, 9 months, 17 days. She 
m. again to Jacob G. Leidy, on October 
, 1879; nave one child, named Leah 
Agnes Leidy ; res., Telford, Pa. ; furni- 
ture dealer. 

6 875 2 Daniel Steiner, b. December 17, 1846; m. 

Carrie Loh, September 21, 1872 ; b. De- 
cember 16, 1854. 

6 876 3 John Steiner, b. August 29, 1849; m. Sophia 

L. Fluck, b. February 1, 1850. 

6 877 4 Percival Steiner, b. February 20, 1852; d. 

August 23, 1852. 



CHILDREN OF No. 265. 

AMOS PENNYPACKERs, of Susanna Cassel 4 (Pen- 
nypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 878 1 John Pennypacker, b. October 25, 1851; d. 

December 16, 185 1. 

6 879 2 Daniel Pennypacker, b. March 12, 1853; d. 

January 5, 1855. 

6 880 3 Mary Pennypacker, b. July 3, 1856; m. John 

Speigelhalter, November 20, 1876; b. 
November 26, 1853; res., Perkasie, Bucks 
county, Pa. ; barber. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 75 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 881 4 Susanna Penny 'packer, b. April 18, 1859; m. 

Beyers ; have two children. 

6 882 5 Abraham Pennypacker, b. April 1, 1862; d. 

October 18, 1864. 

6 883 6 William Pennypacker, b. February 4, 1865. 



CHILDREN OF No. 266. 

CATHARINE PENNYPACKER* (Snyder), of Sus- 
anna Cassel 4 (Pennypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of 
Hubert 1 . 

6 884 1 Deborah Ann Snyder, b. September 3, 1857. 

6 885 2 Nathaniel Snyder, b. July 30, 1862. 

6 886 3 Mary Amanda Snyder, b. November 29, 

1863. 

6 887 4 Hannah Elizabeth Snyder, b. December 18, 

1868; d. March 20, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF No. 267. 

DANIEL C. PENNYPACKER*, of Susanna Cassel 4 
(Pennypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 888 1 Reinhard Pennypacker, b. November 28, 

1857; m. Mary Weidemoyer ; children, 
Frank and Sallie. 

6 889 2 Charles D. Pennypacker, b. February 27, 

i860; m. Sallie Reichly ; have three 
children. 

6 890 3 Elizabeth D. Pennypacker, b. February 19, 

1863; m. Henry Landis ; have three 
children. 



I J ) CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual FamiK 

Gen. No. No. 



6 891 4 Maggie D. Pennypacker, b. September 4, 

1864; m. Jacob Booz ; have three child- 
ren. 

6 892 5 Mary Ann Penny packer, h. November 13, 

1867; m. Irwin Bergey ; have three 
children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 268. 

JONAS C. PENNYPACKERs, of Susanna Cassel* 
(Pennypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 893 1 Elamanda Pennypacker,b. October 20, 1858; 

m. Thomas Smith. 

6 894 2 Mary Pennypacker, h. November 15, i860. 

6 .V95 3 Frederick Lewis Pennypacker, b. Ma}- 25, 

1861 ; m. Maggie Ritchie; res, Phila- 
delphia, Nicetown ; tinsmith. 

4 Daniel Pennypacker, b. June [6, [863; d. 
December 12, 1876. 

5 John Pennypacker, b August 3, 1S65; d. 
August 24, 1865. 

6 Elizabeth Pennypacker, b. November 16, 
1866; d. March 12, 1867. 

7 James Pennypacker, b. April 10, 1868; m. 
Alice Cannon ; had two children, both 

d. in infancy. 

8 Sallie Pennypacker, b. August 14, 1870; m. 
John Kearns ; have one child, Earle. 

9 Emma Pennypacker, b. February 17, 1873; 
m. George F"ullen, 1891. 

10 Samuel Tilden Penny packer, b. Jul)' 3, 1876. 

1 1 Ida Pennypacker, b. January 15, 1878. 



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6 


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CASSEL FAMILY. I 77 

CHILDREN OF No. 269. 

WILLIAM PENNYPACKERs, of Susanna Cassl* 
(Pennypacker), Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 904 i Elwood Pennypacker, b. September 13, 1865. 

6 905 2 Daniel Francis Pennypacker, b. March 26, 

1867; d. October 1, 1869. 

6 906 3 Hannah Sallie Pennypacker, b. November 

7, 1868. 

6 907 4 William Henry Pennypacker, b. July 23, 

1870; d. March 9, 1875. 

6 908 5 Benjamin Franklin Pennypacker, b. March 

16, 1875. 



CHILDREN OF No. 271. 

SAMUEL C. PENNYPACKERs, of Susanna Cassel* 
(Pennypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 A child, still born, June 13, 1864. 

2 Daniel Elmer Pennypacker, b. July 2, 1865. 

3 Calvin Sylvester Pennypacker, b. December 
31, 1866. 

4 Leidy Willard Pennypacker, b. February 7, 
1868. 

5 David Clinton Pennypacker, b. September 
27, 1869. 

6 Mary Martha Pennypacker, b. August 2, 
1 87 1 ; d. October 27, 1879. 

7 Susanna Alice Pennypacker, b. December 
12, 1874. 

8 William Franklin Pennypacker, b. October 
8. 1877. 



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I78 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 273. 

ABRAHAM C. PENNYPACKER*, of Susanna Cas- 
sel 4 (Pennypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 917 I Nero Pennypacker, b. September 3, 1871 ; d. 

' about 1888. 

6 918 2 Wilson Pennypacker, b. August 31, 1873 ; d. 

next day. 

6 919 3 Clara Penny packer, h. February 10, 1875. 

6 920 4 Bertha Pennypacker, b. December 27, 1876. 

6 921 5 Ada Pennypacker, b. about 1878. 

6 . 922 6 Malvin Pennypacker, b. about 1880. 

6 923 7 Agnes Pennypacker, b. about 1883. 

6 924 8 Harry Pennypacker, b. about 1885. 



CHILDREN OF No. 280. 

MARY HARLEYs (Moyer), of Catharine Kline 4 
(Harley), of Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 925 1 CatJiarinc Moyer, b. February 11, 1849; m. 

Wesley Shaddinger. 

6 926 2 Malinda Moyer, b. March 21, 1851; m. 

Irwin Walters ; he d. in 1874; she was 
m. again to Henry Cover, September 
24, 1881. 



CHILDREN OF No. 281. 

KATE HARLEYs (Bechtel), of Catharine Kline 4 
(Harley) of Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 79 



Individual Family 
0»en. No. No. 



6 927 1 Lavina Bechtel, b. April 16, 1854; m. 

Nathan Ziegler, in 1872; he died; she 
was m. again to John Roth, in 1882. 

6 928 2 Pricilla Bechtel, b. February 27, 1857; m. 

Henry Landis, in 1873. 

6 929 3 Lydia Bechtel, b. December 7, 1859; m. 

Franklin Faust, in 1878. 



CHILDREN OF No. 282. 

ELIZABETH HARLEY^ (Rudy), of Catharine- Kline* 

(Harley), of Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 .' 

6 930 1 Beneville Rudy,b. May 12, 1850; d. April 

23, 1852. 

6 931 2 Oliver Rudy, b. June 25, 1854; d. March 9, 

1857. 

6 93 1% 3 Catharine Rudy, b. March 28, 1847 ; m. Ad- 
dison Cressman, February 28, 1867. 



CHILDREN OF No. 284. 

SAMUEL K. HARLEY*, of Catharine Kline* (Har- 
ley), of Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 932 1 Manasses Harley, b. November 30, 185 1 ; m. 

Susanna B. Moyer, in October, 1872; 
she d. January 18, 1875; he m. again, 
to Amanda B. Moyer, January 22, 1876; 
farmer ; Dunkard ; res., near Salford- 
ville, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 933 2 Sarah Harley, b. March 8, 1854; m. Joseph 

M. Cassel, November 9, 1875. 

6 934 3 John S. Harley, b. September 18, 1856; m. 

Sallie Parmer, April 2, 1879. 



l8o CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 285. 

JACOB K. HARLEY*, of Catharine Kline* (Harley), 
of Mary Cassel 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 935 l James Alonzo Harley, b. July 2, 1854; m. 

Kate Landis, January 1, 1876. 

6 936 2 Elmira Harley, b. February 12, 1856; m. 

George E. Wissler, on August 31, 1879; 
moved to Nebraska. 

6 937 3 Jonas S. Harley, b. August 2, 1857; m. 

Juliett V. Lippencott ; she died ; he m. 
a second time, to Helen Baylies. 

Jonas S. Harley, son of Jacob R. Harley, is a successful 
manufacturer of all kinds of harness, in the borough of 
Quakertown, Bucks county, Pa. Mr. Harley is an accomp- 
lished gentleman, possessing fine inventive powers, of a perse- 
vering turn of mind, and of more than ordinary business quali- 
fications. 

I urli virtual Family 

Gea No. No. 

6 938 4 Cailiarinc M. Harley, b. October 31, 1859; 

saleslady. 

6 939 5 Alice Harley, b. January 9, 1862; m. Nich- 

olas Lee Wissler, March 16, 1882; re- 
sides in Nebraska. 

6 Elizabeth Harley, b. July 24, 1864; d. July 
15, 1873. 

7 Jacob S. Harley, b. October 5, 1867 ; teacher; 
graduated from Juniata College. 

8 Sarah Jane Harley, b. October 16, 1869; 
teacher. 

9 Martha Harley, b. July 5, 1871 ; teacher. 
10 Charlotte Harley, b. March 30, 1874. 






940 


6 


941 


6 


942 


6 


943 


6 


944 



CASSEL FAMILY. l8l 



CHILDREN OF No. 288. 



LYDIA HARLEYs (Heckler), of Catharine Kline* 
(Harley), of Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), of Bbraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 945 I Catharine Lillian Heckler, b. September 30, 

1866; d. May 29, 1874. 

6 946 2 Charles Jerome Heckler, b. December 21, 

1867; m. Sallie Detweiler ; occ, brick- 
layer ; res , Philadelphia ; one child, 
Grace. 

6 947 3 Jonas Heckler, b. May 8, 1869; d. February 

17, 1870. 



CHILDREN OF No. 291. 

CATHARINE SHUTTs (Heebner), of Mary Kline* 
(Shutt), of Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 Mary S. Heebner, b. January 7, 1854. 

2 Martha S. Heebner, b. November 17, 1856. 

3 Katie S. Heibncr, b. March 2, 1861. 

4 Jacob Wayne S. Heebner, b. March 1, 1865 ; 
m. Mary Ann Wismer. 



6 


948 


6 


949 


6 


95o 


6 


95i 



CHILDREN OF No. 293. 

JOHN SHUTTs, of Mary Kline* (Shutt), of Mary Cas- 
sel 3 (Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 952 1 Andora Shutt, b. May 6, 1862; m. Isaac 

Koons, March 15, 1881 ; res., >Harleys- 
ville, Pa.; miller; one child, died at 
birth. 



I 82 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



953 2 Alonzo Shutt, b. July 20, 1868 ; began teach- 

ing school in 1886; m. a Miss Tyson. 

954 3 Jacob K. Slmtt, b. November 4, 1870; P. O., 

Harleysvillc ; painter. 



CHILDREN OF No. 294. 

ELIZABETH SHUTT* (Freed), of Mary Kline* (Shutt), 
of Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 955 1 Sarah Ann Freed, b. November 10, 1859; 

m. Franklin S. Kriebel, son of Septimus 
Kriebel, November 9, 1878; res., North 
Wales, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 956 2 Rhine Russell Freed, b. November 17, 1863; 

m. Eunice Andrews, September 22, 1885. 

6 957 3 Weston Dodson Freed, b. January 23, 1876; 

d. July 25, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF No. 295. 

SARAH SHUTT* (Delp), of Mary Kline* (Shutt), of 
Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 958 1 Clinton Delp ; m. Kate M oyer. 

6 959 2 William Delp ; graduate of West Chester 

Normal School. 

6 960 3 Hiram Delp. 

6 961 4 Clara Delp ; m. Allen Reiff. 

6 962 5 Sallie Delp ; m. Frank Hendricks. 

6 963 6 Mamie Delp. 

6 964 7 Lizzie Delp. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 83 

CHILDREN OF No. 297. 

HENRY MUSSELMAN*, of John*, of Magdalena Cas- 
sel 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Huperi 1 . 

Individual Family 

(Jen. No. No. 

6 965 1 A son, b. December 5, 1837; d. same day, 

after living four and one-half hours. 

6 966 2 Samuel Musselman, b. December 24, 1838. 

6 967 3 Eliza Musselman, b. October 24, 1841. 

6 968 4 Charles Musselman, b. March 4, 1845 ; d. 

June 30, 1846. 



CHILDREN OF No. 302. 

MAGDALENA MUSSELMANs (Clemmer), of John*, 
of Magdalena Cassel 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hu- 
pert 1 . 

6 969 1 Henry Clemmer ; m. Mary Kolb; is a deacon 

in the Mennonite church at Salford ; 
farmer ; res., Lower Salford, near Har- 
leysville, Montgomery county, Pa. 

2 John Clemmer; m. Eliza Kramer ; hotel, at 
Mainland, Pa. 



6 


970 


6 


971 


6 


972 



o 



Isaac Clemmer; m. Annie Moyer; res., 
Harleysville, Pa. 



4 Annie Clemmer ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 312. 

ELIZABETH MUSSELMAN' (Nice), of Jacob*, of 
Magdalena Cassel 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupekt 1 . 

6 973 1 Gideon Nice, b. February 7, 1852. 



184 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual r.itniu 

Gen. No. No. 



6 974 2 Sarah Nice, b. April 9, 1853; d. June 13, 

1855. 

6 975 3 Tobias Nice, b. June 1 1, 1856. 

6 976 4 Mary Nice, b. February 2, 1858. 

6 977 5 Aaron Nice, b. January 16, 1861. 

6 978 6 Henry Nice, b. September 26, 1863. 

6 979 7 Margaret Nice, b. June 3, 1865 ; d. March 9, 

1873. 

6 980 8 ij/zVz.y A r /a', b. September 29, 1 867. 

6 981 9 William Nice, b. November 6, 1870; d. Oc- 

tober 7, 1 87 1. 

6 982 10 Allen Nice, b. September 14, 1872. 



CHILDREN OF No. 328. 

SARAH MUSSELMAN* (Brey), of Henry*, of Mag- 
dalena Cassel 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



6 


983 


1 


Wilson Brey. 


6 


984 


2 


Charles Brey. 


6 


985 


3 


Monroe Brey. 


6 


986 


4 


Erwin Brey. 


6 


987 


5 


Alice Brey. 


6 


988 


6 


Sallie Brey. 



All are deceased. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 85 

CHILDREN OF No. 329. 

CHRISTIANNA MUSSELMANs (Smith), of Henry', 
of Magdalena Cassel 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hu- 

PERT 1 . 



Gen. 

6 


Individual 
No. 

989 


Familj 
No." 

I 


Catharine Smith. 


6 


990 


2 


James Smith. 


6 


99 1 


3 


Edward Smith. 


6 


992 


4 


Samuel Smith. 


6 


993 


5 


August Smith. 



CHILDREN OF No. 347. 

ELIZA CASSEL 6 (Kolb), of Isaacs, of Hupert*, ot 
HUPERT3, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 994 1 Catharine Kolb, h. September 4, 1864; m. 

Harvey Landis. 

2 Isaac Kulp, b. May 28, 1 867 ; m. Lizzie Metz. 

3 Sallie Kulp, b. September 6, 1869. 

4 Lizzie Kulp, b. September 20, 1871 ; m. Wil- 
liam Nace. 

5 Harry Kulp, b. May 11, 1874. 

6 Francis Kulp, b. December 30, 187b. 

7 1000 7 Maggie Kulp, b. October 21, 1878; d. June 

26, 1889. 

7 1001 8 Abraham Kulp, b. June 13, 18S0. 

7 1002 9 John Kulp, b. April 21, 1882; d. May 13, 

1882. 

7 1003 10 Irwin Kulp, b. June 15, 1883. 

8 1004 11 Annie Kulp, b. March 28, 1886. 

(c. f.— 14.) 



7 


995 


7 


996 


7 


997 


7 


998 


7 


999 



1 86 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 348. 

LOVINA CASSEL 6 (Cassel), of Isaacs, of Hupert*, of 
Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo, 

7 1005 i Liliie Cassel ; d. young, 

7 1006 2 Walter Cassel. 

7 1007 3 Mabel Cassel. 

7 1008 4 Rebecca Cassel. 

7 1009 5 Harry Cassel ; d. young. 

7 10 10 6 Norman Cassel ; d. young. 

7 101 1 7 Worthington Cassel ; d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 355. 

MARY LEIDY 6 (Kinzer), of Rachel Cassel* (Leidy), 
of Hupekt 4 , of Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 01 2 1 William H. Kinzer, b. September 4, 1858; 

m. Tillie Ballentine ; farmer; res., Oak- 
land, Juniata county, Pa. 

7 1 o 1 3 2 Clinton Moody Kinzer, ) twins, b. Septem- 

7 10 14 3 Luther Sc kindle Kinzer, i ber 1, 1862. 

The former died young; the latter married Emma Smith, 
and is a teacher in the common schools. He is very popular. 
A professional certificate was obtained by him from the County 
Superintendent of Common Schools of Juniata county, Pa., 
where he resides. 

7 1015 4 Sarah Jane Kinzer, b. January 5, 1865; m. 

John Ballentine, who in 1890 was elected 
County Commissioner for Juniata county, 
Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 87 

CHILDREN OF No. 356. 
ELI LEIDY 6 , of Rachel Cassel 5 (Leidy), of Hupert 4 , 

of HUPERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HuPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 1016 1 William H. Leidy, b. August n, 1866; m. 

Mary Engle, June 29, 1889, who was b. 
February 15, 1870. 

7 10 1 7 2 Franklin J. Leidy, b. August 15, 1868; d. 

March 8, 1871. 

7 1 01 8 3 Charles C. Leidy, b. May I, 1871. 

7 1019 4 Milton E. Leidy, b. July 3, 1874; d. Febru- 

ary 13, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF No. 357. 
JOSIAH LEIDY 6 , of Rachel Cassel* (Leidy), of Hu- 

PERT 4 , of HUPERT?, of YELLES 2 , of HuPERT 1 . 

7 1020 I Ada Leidy, b. about 1870; m. Ambrose J. 

Martin in September, 1889. 

Mr. Martin is a surveyor and conveyancer, and also a 
school teacher. He is entirely a self-made man. With but 
scarcely any school education, he obtained a professional cer- 
tificate from the County Superintendent of Common Schools 
of Juniata county, and afterwards a permanent certificate from 
the State Superintendent of Common Schools. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 102 1 2 Mary Leidy ; d., aged 14 years. 

7 1022 3 Annie Leidy ; d. young. 

7 1023 4 Lizzie Leidy, b. June 15, 1874. 

7 1 024 5 Maggie Leidy, b. May 20, 1 Syy. 

7 1025 6 Willie Leidy, b. November 4, 1882. 



I 88 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 361. 

SARAH KEYSER 6 (Kolb), of Elizabeth Cassel* 
(Keyser), of Hupek'i 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 
Geu. Xo. No. 

7 1026 1 Isaiah Kolb ; m. Margaret Cassel. 

7 1027 2 Lizzie Kolb ; m. Samuel Mather. 



CHILDREN OF No. 370. 

JOHN C. BOORSE 6 , of Henrys, f Elizabeth Cassel* 
(Boorse), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1028 1 Alinda R. Boorse, b. May 29, 1856; d. Jan- 

uary 31, 1857. 

7 1029 2 Mary Ann Boorse, b. December 18, 1857; 

d. December 31, 1894; m. Humphrey 
W. Edwards, of Kulpsville, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. 

3 Melinda Boorse, b. January 3, i860; d. Au- 
gust 31, i860. 

4 Ella Boorse, b. March 21, 1862; m. Dr. D. 
K. Bechtel, Kulpsville, Pa. 

5 Lizzie Boorse, b. March 25, 1864; m. Allen 
H. '1 yson, Lansdale, Pa. 

6 Henry R. Boorse, b. September 21, 1866. 

7 Alina Boorse, b. December 9, 1868 ; m. Henry 
C. Hunsicker, Lansdale, Pa. 

8 Nora Boorse, b. June 7, 1871 ; d. March 9, 
1889. 

9 Edith R. Boorse, b. October 21,1 879. 



7 


1030 


7 


1031 


7 


1032 


7 


'033 


7 


1034 


7 


1035 


7 


1036 



CASSEL FAMILY. I 89 

CHILDREN OF No. 371. 

KATIE BOORSE 6 , of Henrys, Q f Elizabeth Oassel< 
(Boorse), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1037 1 Romanus Bechtel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 373. 

BARBARA BOORSE 6 (Ziegler), of Henrys, of Eliza- 
beth 4 (Boorse), of Hubert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

1 Henry B. Ziegler ; m. Miss Swartley. 

Willoughby Ziegler ; m. Helen Hughes ; 
three children. 

Isaiah Ziegler ; d. single. 
Sevilla Ziegler ; married. 
Barbara Ziegler ; m. Abraham Cole. 



7 


1038 


1 


7 


1039 


2 


7 


1040 


5 


7 


1 04 1 


4 


7 


1042 


5 



CHILDREN OF No. 431. 

JOHN H. KOLB 6 , of Catharine Hunsickers (Kolb), of 
Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hubert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of 
Hubert 1 . 

7 1043 l Jacob C. Kulp, b. October 24, 1851 ; m. Liz- 

zie Metz, who afterward died ; married 
again, to Annie Reiff ; was engaged in 
mercantile business at Skippackville, 
Montgomery county, Pa., where he re- 
sided ; also postmaster at same place ; 
now resides in Philadelphia. 

7 1044 2 Henry C. Knlp, b. February 14, 1853; d. 

April 8, 1865. 



I9O CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1045 3 Hannah C. Kitlp, b. April 18, 1855 ; m. 

Frank Godshall. 

7 1046 4 Isaac C. Kulp, b July 4, 1857; d. April 2, 

1858. 

7 1047 5 Isaiah C Kulp, b. March 26, 1859. 

7 1048 6 Simon C Kulp, b. January 5, 1862; m. 

Emanda Landis ; no issue. 

7 1049 7 Abraham C Kulp, b. May 7, 1865 : m. An- 

nie Freed. 



CHILDREN OF No. 432. 

ELIZA KULP 6 (Clemmer), of Catharine Hunsicker 5 
(Kolb), of Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yell.es 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1050 1 Isaac K. Clemmer, b. June 21, 1856. 

7 1051 2 Jacob K. Clemmer, b. June 5, 1857; m. Emma 

S. Landis, October 6, 1881 ; Mennonites; 
farmer ; res., Hatfield, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

7 1052 3 Cyrus K. Clemmer, b. September 20, i860; 

m. Ellen G. Landis. 

7 1053 4 Catharine K. Clemmer, b. October 6, 1867; 

m. Allen C. Moyer, January 12, 1889, a 
farmer ; res., Montgomery county, Pa. 

7 1054 5 Lizzie K. Clemmer, b. January 13, 1875. 

7 1055 6 Abraham K. Clemmer, b. July 5, 1877. 



CASSEL FAMILY. I9I 

CHILDREN OF No. 434. 

ABRAHAM H. KULP 6 , of Catharine Hunsickers 
(Kolb), of Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Faiuilv 

Gin. No. No. 

7 1056 I Catharine Kulp, b. September 4, 1864; m. 

Harvey Landis. 

7 1657 2 Isaac Ku'p, b. May 28, 1866; m. Lizzie 

Metz. 

7 1058 3 Sallie Kulp, b. September 6, 1869. 

7 1059 4 Lizzie Kulp, b. September 20, 1871 ; m. Wil- 

liam Nace. 

7 1060 5 Harry Kulp, b. May 11, 1874. 

7 1 06 1 6 Francis Kulp, b. December 30, 1876. 

7 1062 7 Maggie Kulp, b. October 21, 1878 ; d. June 

26, 1889. 

7 1063 8 Abraham Kulp, b. June 13, 1880. 

8 1064 9 John Kulp, b. April 21, 1882; d. May 13, 

1882. 

7 1065 10 Irwin Kulp, b. June 15, 1883. 

7 1066 1 1 Annie Kulp, b. March 28, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF No. 435. 

SARAH KULP 6 (Allebach), of Catharine Hunsickers 
(Kolb), of Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1067 1 David Allebach, b. October 1, 1872. 

7 1068 2 Lcidy Allebach, b. November 27, 1873. 

7 1069 3 Katie Allebach, b. July 28, 1875. 



I92 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 



7 1070 4 Milton AllebacJi, b. October 12, 1876; d. 

young. 

7 1 07 1 5 Susan A//ebaeh,b. February 12, 1878. 

7 1072 6 Hannah Allebach, b. March 2, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 438. 

ISAAC JOHNSON 6 , of Sarah Hunsickers (Johnson), 
of Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupekt 3 , of Yelles 2 , 
of Hupekt 1 . 

7 1073 1 Sarah Z. Johnson, b. June 4, 1869; m. Peter 

A. Metz, June 4, 1869. 

7 1074 2 Isaac H. Johnson, b. May 12, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF No. 439. 

HENRY H. JOHNSON 6 , of Sarah Hunsickers (John- 
son), of Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupekt 1 . 

7 1075 1 Mary M. Johnson, b. February 6, 1864; m. 

Henry F. Hetrick. 

7 1076 2 Sallic M. Johnson, b. December 4, 1865 ; m. 

Frank S. Dengler. 

7 1077 3 Isaac M.Johnson, b. March 24, 1868. 

7 1078 4 Katie M. Johnson, b. February 17, 1871 ; m. 

Frank Detwiler. 

7 1079 5 Henry M.Johnson, b. June 12, 1874. 

7 1080 6 Su/ie M. Johnson, b. February 18, 1879. 

7 1081 7 £//(-// M.Johnson, b. June 26, 1882. 

7 1082 8 Marklcy M. Johnson, b. September 12, 1886. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 93 

CHILDREN OF No. 441. 

HANNAH KRUPP 6 (Nice), of Magdalena Hunsickers 
(Krupp), of Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1083 1 Jacob Nice. 

7 1084 2 Kate Nice. 

7 1085 3 Henry Nice. 



CHILDREN OF No. 442. 

JOHN KRUPP 6 , of Magdalena Hunsickers (Krupp), of 
Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 



7 


1086 


1 


Emma Krupp. 


7 


1087 


2 


Magdalen Kulp. 


7 


1088 


3 


Katie Krupp. 


7 


1089 


4 


Elizabeth Krupp. 


7 


1090 


5 


John Krupp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 443. 

MARY KRUPP 6 (Clcmmcr), of Magdalena Hunsickers 
(Krupp), of Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1091 1 Wilson Clemmcr ; m. Annie Lapp. 

7 1092 2 Katie Clemmcr ; m. Lapp. 

7 io 93 3 John Krupp. 



IQ4 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 444. 

KATIE KRUPP 6 (Johnson), of Magdalena Hunsicker* 
(Krupp), of Magdalena Cassel 4 (Hunsicker), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

G;n. No. No. 

7 1094 I Sarah Z. Johnson, b. June 4, 1869; by first 

marriage. 

7 1095 2 Isaac K.Johnson, b. May 12, 1886; by second 

marriage. 



CHILDREN OF No. 457. 

CATHARINE HIESTAND 6 (Bechtcl), of John Hies- 
tand 5 , of Catharine Cassel 4 (Hiestancl), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 106 1 Angcline Bcclitel ; m. Nathaniel G. Cassel, a 

son of Abraham B. Cassel, of Lake View, 
Mich., February 24, 1875 ; they have 
one son living, two daughters dead. 

7 1 107 2 Elizabeth Bechtcl ; m, Amos G. Cassel, also 

a son of A. B. Cassel, November 24, 
1 88 1 : they had four children. 

7 1 108 3 Merrit Bcclitel ; m. Balla McPhe, November 

13, 1889. 

7 1 109 4 Hannah Bechtcl ; m. George Wilson, Sep- 

tember 17, 1890. 

7 1 1 10 5 Jesse Bechtcl, b. May 17, 1856. 

7 1 1 1 1 6 John Henry Bechtcl, b. September 16, 1870. 

7 1 1 12 7 Orah Bechtcl, b. December 10, 1872. 

7 1 1 13 8 Otas Bechtcl, b. February 8, 1875. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 95 

CHILDREN OF No. 458. 

HANNAH HIESTAND 6 (Bechtel), of John Hiestand*, 
of Catharine Cassel 4 (Hiestand), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 1 14 1 Allen Btchtel, b. October 23, 1S71. 



CHILDREN OF No. 459. 

JOHN HIESTAND 6 , of John Hiestands, of Catharine 

Cassel 4 (Hiestand), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 1 15 1 Amanda Hiestand, b. March 12, 1862; m. 

Abraham Cressman, October 9, 1883; 
they have one child ; res., Canada. 

8 11 16 1 Nettie May, b. February 17, 1885. 

7 1 1 1 7 2 Maria Hiestand, b. December 7, 1 863 ; m. 

John Master, June 19, 1888; they have 
• two children ; res., Canada. 

8 1 1 18 1 Bessie Master, b. September 18, 1889. 
8 11 19 2 Mary Master, b. February 1, 1891. 

7 1 120 3 John M. Hiestand, b. November 11, 1866; 

m. Leah Fried, April 24, 1888; have one 
child ; res., Canada. 

Albertie Hiestand, b. November 23, 1891. 



CHILDREN OF No. 460. 

MAGDALENA HIESTAND 6 (Unger), of John Hies- 
tand 5 , of Catharine Cassel 4 (Hiestand), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 121 1 John Unger, b. February 22, 1864. 



I96 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Gen. 

7 



adividual Family 

No. No. 



8 


1123 


1 


8 


1 124 


2 


8 


1125 


3 


1 


1 126 


3 


8 


1 127 


1 


7 


1 1 28 


4 



7 


1 129 


7 


1 1 30 


7 


1131 


7 


1132 


7 


"33 


7 


1 1 34 


7 


"35 


7 


1 1 36 



122 2 Ellen linger, b. September 20, 1865 ; m. 

Menno Rickert, September 20, 1882; 
have three children. 

John Rickert, b. January 17, 1883. 
Milton Rickert, b. December 15, 1886. 
Morlcy Rickert, b. June 5, 1888. 

Maggie Ungcr, b. August 24, 1 867 ; m. Aaron 
Hillborn, April 7, 1887 ; have one child. 
Gordon Hillborn, b. June 8, 1888. 

Hannah Ungcr, b. November 27, 1869; m. 
Jacob Rickert, of Buffalo, N. Y., June 10, 
1 891. 

5 Isabella Ungcr, b. December 28, 1871. 

6 Clara Unger, b. June 30, 1873. 

7 Melissa Unger, b. September 27, 1876. 

8 Magdalene Unger, b. November 17, 1877. 

9 Joseph Unger, b. May 9, 1880. 

10 Emmarctta Unger, b. August 26, 1882. 

11 Verdclla Unger, b. October 12, 1885. 

12 Edna Ungcr, b. May 17, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF No. 461. 

ELIZABETH HIESTAND 6 (Schantz), of John Hies- 
tand 5 , of Catharine Cassel 4 (Hiestand), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 137 1 Amanda Schantz, b. April 12, 1879. 

7 1138 2 Catharine Schantz, b. March 22, 1881. 

7 1 139 3 Mary Ellen Schantz, b. October 13, 1891. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 97 

CHILDREN OF No. 462. 

MAGDALENA HIESTAND 6 (Snyder), of Abraham 
Hiestaxd 5 , of Catharine Cassel 4 (Hiestand), of Hupert 3 , of 
Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 140 1 Abraham Snyder, b. May 15, 1876. 

7 1 141 2 Amsey Snyder, b. March 7, 1878. 

7 1 142 3 Lea nder Snyder, b. July 10, 1879. 

7 1 143 4 Ervin Snyder, b. April 5, 1883. 

7 1 144 5 Lena Ann Snyder, b. June 25, 1889. 

7 1 145 6 Clayton Snyder, b. May 19, 1 891 . 



CHILDREN OF No. 490. 

ROSALINDA CASSEL 6 (Kalebach), of Samuel H. 
Cassel 5 , of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 Mary Kalebach, b. 'October 8, 1872. 

2 William Kalebach, b. January 22, 1874. 

3 Samuel Kalebach, b. 1875; d. March 30, 
1875. 

4 Jesse Kalebach, b. May 11, 1876. 

5 Harvey Kalebach, b. March 16, 1877; d. 
August 31, 1877. 

6 Lemuel Hilary Kalebach, b. November 3, 
1878; d. January 5, 1879. 

7 5. Paul Kalebach, b. December 28, 1879; d. 
October 29, 1883. 

8 Elizabeth Kalebach, b. March 24, 1881; d. 
August 13, 1881. 

9 Deborah Anna Kalebach, b. March iS, 1884. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 491. 
FRANKLIN P. CASSEL 6 , of Samuel H.s, of Yelled, 

of HUPERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of FlUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. N<>. 

7 1 155 1 Elizabeth H. Casscl, b. September 4, 1872. 

7 1 156 2 Mary H. Casscl, b. January 3, 1875. 

7 1 1 57 3 Miriam H. Casscl, b. February 22, 1877. 

7 1 1 58 4 Lydia H. Casscl, b. February 3, 1880. 

7 1 1 59 5 Sarah H. Casscl, b. February 12, 1883. 



CHILDREN OF No. 492. 

MARY CASSEL 6 (Frederick), of Samuel H.s, of 
Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 1 60 1 Minnie May C. Frederick, b. December 1 1 , 

1878. 

7 1 1 6 1 2 William C. Frederick, b. October 1, 1880. 

7 1 162 3 Elisabeth C. Frederick , b. December 5, 1881. 



CHILDREN OF No. 494. 

ABRAHAM C. CASSEL 6 , of Catharine Cassel* (John 
B. Cassel), of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 163 1 Henry Clayton Casscl, b. December 22, 1868. 

7 1164 2 Maria Viola Casscl, b. July 16, 1870. 

7 1 165 3 Elisabeth Gertie Casscl, b. April 11, 1874. 

7 1 166 4 Ada Larcnea Cassel, b. October 6, 1876. 

7 1 167 5 Mabel Dora Casscl, b. October 3, 1878. 

7 1 168 6 John Allen Casscl, b. July 19, 1885. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 1 99 

CHILDREN OF No. 496. 

Lieut. JOHN C. CASSEL 6 , of Catharine Cassel (John 
B. Cassel), of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 169 1 Clement Comly Cassel, b. March 16, 1869; 

m. Eugenia M. Lloyd, September 29, 
1892. 

7 1 170 2 Hattie Florence Cassel, b. September 1 , 1 870. 

7 1 171 3 Lydia Cora Cassel, b. January 6, 1876. 

7 1 172 4 Alma Bernard Cassel, b. May 13, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF No. 497. 

CHARLES C. CASSEL 6 , of Catharine Cassel 5 (John 
B. Cassel), of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 173 1 Emma Cassel, b. 1864. 

7 1 1 74 2 John L. Cassel, b. 1 866. 

7 1 175 3 Isadora Cassel, b. 1868. 

7 1 1 76 4 Catharine Cora Cassel, b. 1870; d. 1875. 

7 ll 77 5 Joseph Cassel, b. 1872. 



CHILDREN OF No. 500. 

HENRY C. CASSEL 6 , of Catharine Cassel 5 (John B. 
Cassel), of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 178 1 Walter Alexis Cassel, b. June 8, 1874. 

7 1 179 2 Bertha Louisa Cassel, b. October 7, 1875. 

7 1 180 3 Henry Clay Cassel, b. December 31, 1876; 

d. July 16, 1877. 



200 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 1 8 1 4 Minerva Casse/,b. May 22, 1878. 

7 1 182 5 Joseph Harrison Cassel, b. June 30, 1881. 

7 1 1 83 6 Florence Edith Casscl, b. November 5, 1883. 

7 1 184 7 Anna Mabel Casscl, b. April 25, 1885; d. 

July 28, 1885. 



CHILDREN OF No. 501. 

SARAH CASSEL 6 (Isett), of Catharine Cassel 5 (John 
B. Cassel), of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 185 1 Howard Clayton Isett, b. September 14, 1877. 

7 1 186 2 Hattic C. Isett, b. November 8, 1878. 

7 1 187 3 Emma Brandt Isett, b. September 29, 1883. 



CHILDREN OF No. 502. 

JOEL FREED 6 , of Sarah Cassel 5 (Freed), of Yelles 4 , 
of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 188 1 Mary B. Freed, b. January 21, 1870; d. 

August 4, 1870. 

7 1 189 2 Henry B. Freed, b. July 21, 1872; d. Sep- 

tember 1, 1873. 

7 1 190 3 Michael C. Freed, b. March 20, 1874. 

7 1 191 4 Samuel C Freed, b. June 11, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF No. 503. 

MARY FREED 6 (Godshall), of Sarah Cassel 5 (Freed), 
of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



CASSEL FAMILY. 201 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



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192 1 William Godshall, b. April 10, 1868. 

193 2 Samuel Godshall, b. February 21, 1869. 

194 3 Michael Godshall, b. May 2, 1870. 

195 4 /s-tfrtr Godshall, b. February 27, 1872. 

196 5 Henry Godshall, b. November 17, 1873. 

197 6 Sarah Godshall, b. December 26, 1874. 

198 7 J/tf/T Godshall, b. February 6, 1876. 

199 8 Emma Godshall, b. May 3, 1878. 

200 9 Reinhart Godshall, b. December 30, 1880. 



CHILDREN OF No. 504. 
AARON FREED 6 , of Sarah CasseU (Freed), of 

YELLES 4 , of HUPERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

7 1 201 I Sarah E. Freed, b. January 10, 1873. 

7 1202 2 Mori is A. Freed, b. June 15, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF No. 505. 

HANNAH FREED 6 (Isett), of Sarah CasseU (Freed), 
of Yelles 4 , of Hupekt 3 , of Yelled, of Hupert 1 . 

7 1203 I John Isett, b. September 4, 1872. 

7 1204 2 Sarah Isett, b. May 9, 1874. 

7 1205 3 Augusta C. Isett, b. September 21, 1875. 

7 1206 4 Mary Isett, b. December 19, 1876. 

7 1207 5 Gertrude Isett, b. July 3, 1879. 

7 1208 6 William Isett, b. June 7, 1880. 

7 1209 7 £//« /$?#, b. July 7, 1 88 1. 

(c. F.-15.) 



202 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No, No. 



7 1210 8 Clement Isctt, b. September 6, 1882. 

7 1 21 1 9 Pearl Isctt, b. July 20, 1884. 

7 1212 10 Emma /sett, b. April 27, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF No. 506. 
LEVI FREED 6 , of Sarah Cassel* (Freed), of Yelles 4 , 

of HUPERT 3 , Of YELLES 2 , of HuPERT 1 . 

7 1 2 13 I William Freed, b. October 21, 1873. 

7 1 214 2 Henry Freed, b. December 17, 1876. 

7 1215 3 George K. Freed, b. February 10, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 507. 
SAMUEL FREED 6 , of Sarah Cassel* (Freed), of 

YELLES 4 , of HUPERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

7 1 2 1 6 1 Gratia I. Freed, b. May 20, 1 879. 

7 1 2 17 2 J. Garfield Freed, b. February 9, 1881. 

7 1218 3 Esther J. Freed, b. June 24, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 508. 
YELLES FREED 6 , of Sarah Cassel* (Freed), of 

YELLES 4 , of HUPERT 3 , Of YELLES 2 , Of HUPERT 1 . 

7 1 2 19 i Naomi D. Freed, b. September 30, 1 879. 

7 1220 2 Mary D. Freed, b. October 18, 1880. 

Norman D. Freed, b. 1887. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 203 

CHILDREN OF No. 511. 
YELLES R. CASSEL 6 , of Abraham H.s, of Yelles 4 , ot 

HUPERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HuPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 
_Gen. No. No. 

7 1 22 1 1 Edwin H. Cassel, b. January 22, 1867; m. 

Laura Shank, of Singers Glen, Va. ; 
children, Lloyd Stanley, Charles Yelles, 
and Grace Shank. 

7 1222 2 Henry Cassel, b. October 1, 1868; d. Octo- 

ber 1 1, 1868. 

7 1223 3 Samuel Cassel, b. March 26, 1870; d. March 

13, 1872. 

7 1224 4 Elizabeth H. Cassel, b. November 20, 1873; 

m. Charles M. Booz. 

7 1225 5 Abraham Cassel, b. February 2, 1882; d. 

February 2, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF No. 513. 

SARAH CASSEL 6 (Booze), of Abraham H.s, of Yel- 
les 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

no issue ; res., Tylersport, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 515. 

PRISCILLA CASSEL 6 (Stauffer), of Abraham H.s, ot 
Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1226 1 Abraham Stauffer, b. July 7, 1871. 

7 1227 2 Yelles C Stauffer, b. July 4, 1873. 

7 1228 3 Elizabeth C Stauffer, b. October 6, 1874. 



204 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1229 4 Clayton C. Stauffcr, b. January 27, 1876. 

7 1230 5 Lawrence C. Stauffcr, b. March 13, 1878. 

7 1 23 1 6 Sarah C. Stauffcr, b. October 31, 1880. 

7 1232 7 Hannah C. Stauffcr, b. December 26, 1881. 

7 1233 8 Wilmer C. Stauffer,h. December 14, 1883. 

7 1234 9 Amanda C. Stauffcr, b. June 10, 1886. 

7 1234a 10 ifora Casscl Stauffcr, b. May 31, 1894. 



CHILDREN OF No. 517. 

HANNAH CASSEL 6 (Schissler), of Abraham H.s, of 
Yelles 4 , of Hupert3, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1235 1 Ella Schissler. 

1236 ' 2 Lizzie Schissler, b. March 23, 1890; d. April 
I, 1894, of brain fever. 

6 1236^ 3 Sallie C. Schissler, b. February 12, 1896. 



CHILDREN OF No. 518. 

ROSALINDA CASSEL 6 (Young), of Abraham H.s, 
of Yelles 4 , of Huperts, f Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1240 1 Elizabeth C. Young, b. March 25, 1882. 

7 1 241 2 Henry C. Young, b. May 13, 1883; d. May 

25, 1884. 

7 1242 3 Sallie C. Young, b. November 25, 1884. 

7 a 4 Abraham C. Young, b. October 4, 1886. 

7 b 5 Amanda C. Young, b. May 1, 1888; d. May 

14, 1894. 

7 c 6 Ctf/zV C. Young, b. October 15, 1889. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 205 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



yd 7 Michael C. Voting, b. January 14, 1891. 

7 e 8 Priscilla C Young, b. July 31, 1892. 

7 ( 9 Daniel C. Young, b. February 15, 1894. 

7 g 10 Hannah C. Young, b. August 20, 1895. 



CHILDREN OF No. 537. 
JOSEPH M. CASSEL 6 , of Martins, of George*, of 

HUPERT 3 , Of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

7 1243 l Louis Cassel, b. February 10, 1875, by first 

marriage. Joseph married again Sep- 
tember 23, 1880, to Louressa A. Adolph ; 
their children were ; 

2 Joseph Cassel, | twins; b. August 23, 

3 Howard Cassel, J 1881. 

The former d. July 23, 1882; and the 
latter d. July 25, 1882. 

4 Ann Cassel, b. March 13, 1883. 

5 Emma Cassel, b. October 20, 1885. 

6 Martin Cassel, b. August 26, 1887; d. April 
7, 1889. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 538. 

MARY CASSEL 6 (Sentman), of Martins, Q f George*, 
of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1249 l Sarah Catharine Sentman, h. April 23, 1867 ; 

m. John Johnson, November 26, 1886; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; had children as 
follows : Harvey, Mary, Lydia. 



2o6 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



8 1250 I Hartley Johnson, b. September 20, 1887. 

8 125 1 2 Mary Johnson, b. December 22, 1889. 

8 1252 3 Lydia Johnson; b. April 16, 1891. 

7 1253 2 Onirics Sentman, b. September 7, 1869. 

7 1254 3 Martin Sentman, b. October 15, 1871. 

7 1255 4 George Sentman, b. May 1, 1873. 

7 1256 5 Joseph Sentman, b. October 20, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF No. 539. 

SARAH CASSEL 6 (Hunsicker), of Martin, G f George* , 
of Huperts, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 
7 1257 .1 Harvey Hunsicker. 

7 1258 2 Jacob Hnnsickcr. 

7 1259 3 Martin Hnnsickcr. 

7 1 260 4 ^//Va? Hnnsickcr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 540. 

CATHARINE CASSEL 6 (Beck), of Martin^ D f 
George 4 , of Hupert^, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 261 1 Laura C. Beck, b. October 24, 1875; d. 

March 24, 1876. 

7 1262 2 Lydia Ann C. Bcck,b. December 19, 1876. 

7 1263 3 Henry C. Beck, b. October 24, 1878. 

7 1264 4 Sarah Elizabeth Beck, b. March 3, 1882; d. 

October 8, 1883. 

7 1265 5 Albert C. Beck, b. January 6, 1885. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 207 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No." 



7 1 266 6 Mary C Beck, b. May 9, 1 887. 

7 1267 7 Erwin C. Beck, b. February 25, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 566. 
ISAAC S. CASSEL 6 , of Henrys, of Jacob*, of Hupert\ 

of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

1 Anna Agnes Cassel, b. November 9, 1875. 

2 Harry Lincoln Cassel, b. July 16, 1877. 

3 Clara Cassel. 

4 Amanda Cassel. 

5 Rosalinda Cassel. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 672. 

JULIA ANN BENNER 6 (Cassel), of David Benner*, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Benner), of Abraham 3 , of Yelles 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 

1 Anna Agnes Cassel, b. November 9, 1875. 

2 Harry Lincoln Cassel, b. July 16, 1877. 

3 Clara Cassel, b. 1880. 

4 Amanda Cassel, b. 1882. 

5 Rosalinda Cassel, b. 1885. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 673. 

MILTON K. BENNER 6 , of Davids, of Elizabeth Cas- 
sel 4 (Benner), of Abraham 4 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1278 1 Henry K. Benner, b. May 13, 1879. 



208 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1279 2 Wilson K. Benner, b. May 25, 1881. 

7 1280 3 Annie K. Benner, b. November 24, 1882. 

7 1 28 1 4 Katie K. Benner, b. March 2, 1885. 

7 1282 5 Benjamin Harrison K. Benner, b. August 

18, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 674. 

AMANDA K. BENNER 6 (Souder), of Davids, of Eliz- 
abeth Cassel 4 (Benner), of Abrahams, of Yelles 2 , of Hu- 

PEKT 1 . 

7 1283 1 George Souder, b. April 23, 1882. 

7 1284 2 Annie Souder, b. November 18, 1886. 

7 1285 3 David Souder, b. July 3, 1890. 



CHILDREN OF No. 676. 

JOSEPH B. CONVER 6 , of Sarah Benner* (Conver), of 
Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Benner), of Abrahams, of Yelles 2 , of 
Hubert 1 . 

7 1286 1 Maggie L. Conver, b. February 17, 1877. 

7 1287 2 Peter L. Conver, b. May 6, 1878. 

7 1288 3 Mary Lizzie L. Conver, b. April 26, 1880. 

7 1289 4 Markley L. Convey, b. June 5, 1883. 

7 1290 5 Andora L. Conver, b. July 31, 1887. 

7 1 29 1 6 S#//z> Z. Conver, b. January 12, 1889; d - 

September 22, 1889. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 209 

CHILDREN OF No. 679. 

MARY B. CONVER 6 (Reese), of Sarah Benners (Con- 
ver), of Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Benner), of Abraham 3 , of Yel- 
les 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1292 I Frank Reese, b. September 13, 1883. 

7 1293 2 Namon Reese, b. June 29, 1886. 

7 1294 3 Flora Reese, b. September 13, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 696 

MARY ANN BOORSE 6 (Edwards), of John C.*, of 
Susie Cassel 4 (Boorse), of Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1295 1 John B. Edwards, b. March 12, 1886. 

7 1296 2 Henry B. Edwards, b. February 29, 1889. 

7 1297 3 Ella May Edwards, b. October 23, 1892. 



CHILDREN OF No. 699. 

LIZZIE BOORSE 6 (Tyson), John C.s, of Susie Cassel 4 
(Boorse), of Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1298 1 Carroll R. Tyson, b. August 23, 1886. 

7 1299 2 Gertrude M. Tyson, b. December 5, 1892. 



CHILDREN OF No. 207. 

EPHRAIM BOORSE*, of Susie Cassel 4 ' (Boorse), of 
Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 1300 1 Isaiah Boorse, m. Miss Reiner; 3 children. 

6 1 301 2 Sue Boorse, m. Christian Custer. 



210 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1302 3 Clara Boorsc, m. James Hoffman ; 6 children. 

6 1303 4 Henry Boorse, single ; res., Chicago ; drug- 

gist and physician. 

6 1304 5 Elizabeth Boorse, single; res., California; 

school teacher. 

6 1305 6 Katie Boorse, single; res., California; school 

teacher. 



CHILDREN OF No. 214. 
JESSE CASSEL*, D f John 4 , of Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of 

HuPERT 1 . 

5 1306 1 Lovina Cassel,m. Adam Schuster: 2 children. 

5 1 307 2 Lewis Cassel, m. Rosine Thompson ; 3 

children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 710. 

WILLIAM K. CASSEL 6 , of Jacob*, of John 4 , of Yel- 
les 3 , of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1308 1 Annie M. Cassel. 

7 1 309 2 Jacob Willard M. Cassel. 

7 1 3 1 3 Harry Wilson M. Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 711. 

JOHN K. CASSEL 6 of Jacobs, G f John 4 , of Yelles 3 , of 
Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 3 1 1 1 Wilson M. Cassel. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 211 

CHILDREN OF No. 713. 

JUSTICE K. CASSEL 6 , of Jacobs, of John*, of Yelles*, 
of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Iii'li vMual Family 

Gen. No, No. 

7 1 3 1 2 1 Annie S. Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 714. 

FRANK K. CASSEL 6 , of Jacobs, of John*, of Yelles 3 , 
of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 3 1 3 1 Estclla N. Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 716. 

ANN ELIZABETH K. CASSEL 6 (Sehlosser), of Jacob*, 
of John 4 , of Yelles 3 , of Henry 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



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CHILDREN OF No. 718. 

POLLY C. KOLB 6 (Benner), of Susanna B. Cassel* 
(Kolb), of Abraham 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

7 1 32 1 1 Jacob K. Benner, b. September 23, 1849; d. 

1 89 1 ; unmarried. 



212 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1322 2 Elizabeth Benner t b. July 14, 1851 ; d. Oc- 

tober, 1852. 

7 1323 3 Susanna K. Benner, b. July 21, 1856; m. 

Henry S. Kolb, February 10, 1877, who 
was born March 21, 1856; res., Kulps- 
vill, Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 719. 

ELIZABETH C. KOLB 6 (Benner), of Susanna B. Cas- 
sel 5 (Kolb), of Abraham 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1324 1 Jacob K. Benner, b. July 12, 1854; m. Lizzie 

Minninger. 

7 1325 2 Julian Benner, b. March 12, 1857; m. Isaac 

Cassel, December 21, 1874, b. October 
8, 1856; res., Skippackville, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

7 1326 3 Milton K. Benner, b. June 15, 1859; m - 

Susanna H. Keelor, October 12, 1878; 
res., Salford, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 

7 1327 4 Amanda K. Benner, b. March 12, 1862; m. 

Jacob Souder, who was b. November 6, 
1856; res., Skippack township, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 721. 

CATHARINE CASSEL 6 (Stierly), of Henky B.*, of 
Abraham 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1328 1 Henry Stierly, b. July 12, 1854; m Anna 

Hughes ; one son, John Stierly Hughes. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 21 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1329 2 Lizzie Stierly, b. August 24, 1856; m. Wil- 

liam Perm Brockerman, b. June 15, 
1856; m., September 16, 1887; res., 
Philadelphia ; milk and produce dealer ; 
Dunkards. 

7 1330 3 Philip Stierly, b. 1 86 1 ; d. in infancy. 

7 1 33 1 4 Annie Stierly, b. September 28, 1863; m. 

Irwin Hunsicker; children, Katie, Clar- 
ance, Edna, Samuel. 

7 1332 5 Samuel Stierly, b. September 3, 1868; m. 

Ella Bush ; one daughter, Nellie, b. 
August 3, 1894. 



CHILDREN OF No. 722. 

MARY' CASSEL 6 (Christman) of Henry B.s, of Abka- 
ham 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1333 1 Warren Christman, b. October 1, 1869; m. 

Emma Jones ; children, Esther, and 
Clarence. 

7 1334 2 Winnie Christman, b. June 4, 1875. 



CHILDREN OF No. 723. 

SUSANNA CASSEL 6 , of Henry B.*, of Abraham*, 
of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1335 1 Emanuel Espensliip,h. November 25, 1861 ; 

m. Rowena Trucksess, on May 30, 1885, 
who was b. March 6, 1862; res., Col- 
legeville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Dunkards ; now Centre Point, 
Pa. 



214 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 724. 

JACOB K. CASSEL 6 , of Henry B.s, of Abraham*, of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1336 1 Annie Cassel, m. Jacob Hunsberger; one 

child, d. young. 

7 1337 2 Katie Cassel; d. young. Annie and Katie 

were twins. 

7 1338 3 Emma Cassel; m. John Bean; 2 children, 

Newton, Lillie May. 

7 1339 4 Henry Cassel ; m. Belle Hiltebeitel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 725. 

HENRY K. CASSEL 6 , of Henry B.s, of Abraham", of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1340 1 Eulalia Cassel, »b. October 12, 1869. 

7 1 341 2 Leanora Cassel, b. September 28, 1873. 

7 1342 3 Anna Myrtle Cassel, b. May 23, 1880. 



CHILDREN OF No. 726. 

ANNA CASSEL 6 (Freed), of Henry B.s, of Abraham*, 
of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1343 1 Henry C Freed, b. July 21, 1872; d. Sep- 

tember 1, 1873. 

7 1 344 2 Michael C Freed, b. March 20, 1 874 ; m. 

Clara 

7 1345 3 Samuel C. Freed, b. June II, 1877. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 21 5 

CHILDREN OF No. 727. 

SAMUEL K. CASSEL 6 , of Henry B.s, of Abraham*, of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . ' 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1346 1 Harry H. Casscl ; m. Miss Acker, of Colo- 

rado; dealer in feed and grain. 



CHILDREN OF No. 728. 

LIZZIE CASSEL 6 (Brunner), of Henry B.s, of Abra- 
ham 4 , of Jacob, 3 of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 347 1 Minerva Brunner. 

7 1 348 2 Henry Brunner. 

7 1 2>A9 3 Irwin Brunner. 

7 1350 4 Annie Brunner.  

7 1 3 5 1 5 Horace Brunner. 

7 1352 6 Lenora Brunner. 



CHILDREN OF No. 730. 

JACOB K. BERGEY 6 , of Christian Bergeys, of Cath- 
arine Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1353 1 Anna Maria Bergey, b. October 26, 1859; 

m. Jacob Godshall, of Lower Salford ; 
painter ; P. 0., Leaderachville, Pa. 

7 1354 " 2 Sarah Bergey, b. September 16, 1861 ; m. 

Elias Grater, of Grater's Ford, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa ; feed, coal, and 
lumber dealer. 

7 1355 3 Alvin Bergey, b. December 3, 1878. 

7 1 356 4 John Bergey, b. April 2, 1865; d. April 11, 

1 865 ; aged 9 days. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 731. 

WILLIAM BERGEY 6 , of Christian Bergey*, of Cath- 
arine Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1357 1 A son d. in infancy. 

7 1358 2 Irwin Bergey ; m. Mary Pennypackcr, of 

Lower Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer ; German Reformed. 

7 1 359 3 Beneville Bergey; m. Mary Detra ; res., 

Lower Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; laborer ; Mennonites. 

7 1360 4 Annie Bergey; m. Charles Turk; res., 

Lower Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer. 

7 1 36 1 5 Charles Bergey. 



CHILDREN OF No. 732. 

DAVID BERGEY 6 , of Christian Bergey*, of Catha- 
rine Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Annie Bergey, b. May 11, 1870. 

Laura Bergey, b. February 23, 1872 ; m. 
John Weideman. 

Lizzie Bergey, b. January 17, 1873. 

Monroe Bergey, b. February 9, 1 874. 

Wilson Bergey, b. April 25, 1875. 

Mary Bergey, b. November 1 1, 1877. 

Frank Bergey, b. January 15, 1878. 

8 Horace Bergey, b. November 12, 1878. 

9 John Bergey, b. February 16, 1880. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1 37 1 10 Kate Bcrgcy, b. January 12, 1883. 

7 1372 11 Elmer Bcrgcy, b. May 25, 1885. 

7 1373 12 Irwin Bet gey, b. March 25, 1888. 

7 1374 13 ^/zVtf Bergey, b. March 15, 1891. 



CHILDREN OF No. 733. 

KATIE ANN BERGEY 6 (Leidy), of Christian Ber- 
gey 5 , of Catharine Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abra- 
ham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 375 1 William H. Leidy, b. August 11, 1866; m. 

Mary Engel, on June 29, 1889, who was 
b. February 15, 1870; have one child. 

1 Leraine Leidy, b. May 23, 1890. 

2 Franklin J. Leidy, b. August 15, 1868; d. 
March 8, 1871. 

3 Charles C. Leidy, b. May I, 1S71. 

4 Milton E. Leidy, b. July 3, 1874; d. Febru- 
ary 13, 1876. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 734. 

JOHN K. BERGEY 6 , of Christian Bergey 5 , of Cath- 
arine Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1380 1 Annie Maria B ergey, b. November 15, 1873. 

7 1 38 1 2 John Oswin Bergey, b. December 27, 1876. 

7 1382 3 William Bergey, b. March 4, 1875. 

7 1383 4 Theodore Bergey, b. July 14, 1878. 

7 1384 5 Alice Bcrgcy, b. July 24, 1881. 

(c. f.— 16.) 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1385 6 Ann Minerva Bergcy, b. January 2, 1884. 

7 1386 7 Harvey Eugene Bergey,b. February 1, 1890. 



CHILDREN OF No. 736. 

JOHN G. KKATZ 6 , of John C. Kratz*, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1387 1 Mary Kate Kratz, b. April 24, 1872. 

7 1388 2 Chester Arthur Kratz, b. November 20, 1873. 

7 1389 3 /<?//« Z>. An?/.c, b. April 19, 1875. 

7/ 1390 4 Harvey Thomas Kratz, b. August 26, 1876. 

7 I39 1 5 Albert Kratz, b. July 18,1878; d. July 24, 

1878. 

7 1392 6 ^//Vz My AW.sr, b. June 8, 18S4. 



CHILDREN OF No. 740. 

CORNELIUS TYSON KRATZ 6 , of John C. Kratz*, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of 
Hupert. 

7 1393 1 Annie May Kratz, b. August 22, 1875. 

7 1394 2 Joseph Stancliffe Kratz, b. August 4, 1878. 

7 1395 3 Edwin Cornelius Kratz, b. January 28, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF No. 741. 

SALLIE K. KRATZ 6 , of John C. Kratz*, of Elizabeth 
el 4 (Kratz), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1396 1 James B. Long, b. March 8, 1884. 

7 1397 2 Bessie K. Long, b. September 23, 1888. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 219 

CHILDREN OF No. 743. 

BENJAMIN C. KRATZ 6 , of Abraham C. Kratzs, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 

Individual Fam ly 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1398 1 Ulysses K Kratz, b. July 9, 1869. 

7 1399 2 Katie K. Kratz, b. July 27, 1873. 

7 1400 3 John K. Kratz, b. May 4, 1875, d. Septem- 

ber 14, 1875. 

7 1 40 1 4 Abraham K. Kratz, b. July 21, 1876. 

7 1402 5 Sallie K Kratz, b. June 22, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF No. 744. 

ABRAHAM C. KRATZ 6 , of Abraham C. Kkatz*, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 

7 1403 1 Ellen H Kratz, b. November 4, 1872; d. 

February 16, 1879. 

7 1404 2 Clara H Kratz, b. February 6, 1874. 

7 1405 3 Sarah H Kratz, b. August 25, 1875 ; d. 

February 1 1, 1884. 

7 1406 4 Abraham H. Kratz, b. August 31, 1877 

7 1407 5 Henry H. Kratz, b. September 1, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF No. 745. 

NOAH C. KRATZ 6 , of Abraham C. Kratzs, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1408 1 Alice K. Kratz, b. January 25, 1873; 

Dunkard. 

7 1409 2 Harvey K. Kratz, b. April 27, 1874; d. 

August 15, 1874. 



220 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 746. 

DANIEL C. KRATZ 6 , of Abraham C. Kratz*, of Eliz- 
abeth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 14 10 l Harvey K. Kratz, b. February 14, 1879. 

7 141 1 2 Katie K. Kratz, b. April 29, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 747. 

JOHN C. KRATZ 6 , of Abraham C. Kratz*, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 141 2 1 Emma Jane S. Kratz, b. April 20, 1877; d. 

August 17, 1878. 

2 Idella S. Kratz, b. June 15, 1878. 

3 Flora S. Kratz, b. October 17, 1880. 

4 Dillman Oscar Kratz, b. December 19, 1882. 

5 Mary S. Kratz, b. December 5,- 1884. 

6 John Clayton Kratz, b. July 17, 1886. 

7 Katie Augusta S. Kratz, b. March 17, 1888. 

8 Fannie Ada S. Kratz, b. December 29, 1890' 

9 Abraham S. Kratz. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 748. 

LIZZIE C. KRATZ 6 , of Abraham C. Kratz*, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1420 1 Ida K. Anderson, b. August 3, 1888. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 221 

CHILDREN OF No. 749. 

CATHARINE C. KRATZ 6 , of Abraham C. Kratz*, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hu- 

PERT 1 . 

Individual Famil.v 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 42 1 1 Bertha May Fitzgerald, b. May 27, 1887; 

cl. May, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF No. 756. 

SUSANNA F. KRATZ 6 (Hunsberger), of Daniel C. 
Kratz 5 , of Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacob 3 , of Abra- 
ham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1422 1 Elmer K. Hunsberger, b. March 23, 1889. 

7 1423 2 Edwin K. Hunsberger, b. August 16, 1890. 

7 1423a 3 Norman K. Hunsberger. 

7 1423b 4 Esther K. Hunsberger. 



CHILDREN OF No. 758. 

AMANDA F. KRATZ, 6 (Alderfer), of Daniel C. 
Kratz 5 , of Elizabeth Cassel 4 (Kratz), of Jacob 3 , of Abra- 
ham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 
7 1424 1 Bertha K. Alderfer, b. February 15, 1890. 

2 Warren K. Alderfer. 

3 Susan K. Alderfer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 766. 

ABRAHAM FRETZ 6 , of Susanna C. Bergey 5 (Fretz), 
of Molly Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hu- 
pert 1 . 



222 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1425 1 Elizabeth H. Fretz, b. February 25, 1871. 

7 1426 2 Henry H. Fretz, b. July 25, 1872 ; d. March 

25, 1876. 

3 Joseph H. Fretz, b. October 2, 1874. 

4 William H. Fretz, b. May 20, 1876. 

5 Mary Ann Fretz, b, October 25, 1878. 

By second marriage he had the following children. 

6 Sarah R. Fretz, b. September 27, 1881. 

7 Ellen R. Fretz, b. September 28, 1883; d. 
September 24, 1884. 

8 Ida R. Fretz, b. January 5, 1885. 

9 Emma R. Fretz, b. September 4, 1886. 
10 David R. Fretz, b. April 25, 1888. 



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CHILDRKN OF No. 768. 

SUSAN FRETZ 6 (Musselman), of Susanna C. Bergey* 
(Fretz), of Molly Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , 
of Hubert 1 . 

7 1435 1 Charles Musselman, b. about 1863. 

7 1436 2 William Musselman, b. about 1865. 

7 1437 3 Oscar' Musselman, h. about 1867. 

7 1438 4 Twins, two boys, b. about 1869; both died, 

aged one and five days respectively. 

7 1439 5 Mary Musselman, b. about 187 r. 

7 1440 6 John Musselman, b. about 1873. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 223 

CHILDREN OF No. 774. 

WILLIAM BERGEY 6 , of Enos*, of Mary Cassel* 
(Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1441 1 Mary Emma Bergey, b. March 19, 1873 ; d. 

June n, 1881. 

7 1442 2 John H. Bergey, b. October 1, 1874; d. June 

22, 1881. 

7 1443 3 Annie A. Bergey, b. March 10, 1876; d. 

February 16, 1878. 

7 1444 4 Lizzie E. Bergey, b. April 9, 1878; d. July 

8, 1878. 

7 1445 5 Samuel S. Bergey, b. May 27, 1879 ; d. May 

31, 1881. 

7 1446 6 William E. Bergey, b. April 1, 1881. 

7 1447 7 James S. Bergey, b. February 5, 1883. 

7 1448 8 Lydia E. Bergey, b. February 28, 1885 ; d. 

May 8, 1886. 

7 1449 9 Mabel Bergey, b. January 20, 1887; d. Feb- 

ruary 13, 1887. 

7 1450 10 Sarah Bergey, b. April 7, 1888. 

All born in Juniata county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 775. 

MARY EMMA BERGEY 6 , (Kurtz), of Enos^, of Mary 
Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 145 1 1 Jacob Banks Kurtz, b. October 31, 1867; 

took a regular course of instruction at 
the Carlisle school. 



224 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



8 1452 2 Annie E. Kurtz, b. April 27, 1869; m. Lin- 

coln Kauffman December 23, 1890; res., 
Juniata county, Pa. 

3 Minnie A. Kurtz, b. June 30, 1872. 

4 Abraham P. Kurtz, b. March 29, 1 879 ; d. 
February 24, 1881. 

5 Charles M. Kurtz, b. December 19, 1882. 

6 Enos Stanley Kurtz, j twins ; b. April 1 8, 

7 William Russel Kurtz , j 1888. 

All were born in Delaware township, Juniata county, 
near Thompsontown, Pa. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 776. 

ELIZABETH BERGEY 6 (Mumma), of Ends*, of Mary 
Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1458 1 Enos Mumma, b. November 2, 1869; m. 

Sadie Strickler ; res., Dauphin county, 
Pa. 

9 1459 2 Lizzie Barbara Mumma, b. March 9, 1871 ; 

m. Daniel M. Hershey ; res., Dauphin 
county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 777. 

JOHN Z. BERGEY 6 , of Enos*, of Mary Cassel 4 (Ber- 
gey), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1460 1 Boyd S. Bergey, b. June 14, 1881. 

7 1 46 1 2 Carl H. Bergey, b. May 28, 1884. 

7 1462 3 John R. Bergey, b. December 23, 1887. 

7 1463 4 Paul Bergey, b. July 4, 1890. 

All born in Mifflin, Juniata county, Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 225 

CHILDREN OF No. 778. 

SAMUEL BERGEY 6 , of Enos 5 , of Mary Cassel* (Ber- 
gey), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. So. 

7 1464 1 Cliarlcs Bergcy, b. 1885. 

7 1465 2 Ella Kate Bergey; d., aged two months. 

7 1463 3 Gale Bergcy, b. 1888; res., Los Angelos j 

California. 



CHILDREN OF No. 783. 

SARAH JANE SHIRK 6 (Schwartzlander), of Fiega 
Bergey 5 , of Mary Cassel 4 (Bergey), of Jacobs of Abraham 2 , 
of Hubert 1 . 

7 1464 1 Ida Swartzlander, b. November 22, 1 871, in 

Juniata county, Pa. 

7 1465 2 Maggie Swartzlander, b. December 19, 

1873, in Juniata county, Pa. 

7 1466 . 3 D. Eli/ah Sclnvartzlandcr, b. March 20, 

1876, in Juniata county, Pa. 

7 1467 4 Edward Schwartzlander, b. March 22, 1879, 

in Juniata county, Pa. 

7 1468 5 Albert Swartzlander, b. March 23, 1882; d., 

aged 8 months. 

7 1469 6 Prudy Schwartzlander, b. September 11, 

1883. 

7 1470 7 Charles Schwartzlander, b. July 7, 1889. 

All born in Juniata county, Pa ; res., McAllisterville, Pa. 



226 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 784. 

DAVID SHIRK 6 , of Fiega Bergey* (Shirk), of Mary 
(Bergey) Cassel 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 47 1 1 Harry Shirk, b. July 2j, 1881. 

7 1472 2 Minnie Shirk, b. February II, 1883. 

7 1473 3 Anna May Shirk, b. December 6, 1885. 

7 1474 4 Agnes Shirk, b. February 11, 1887. 

7 1475 5 Clarance Shirk, b. December 6, 1890. 

All born in Juniata county, Pa. ; res., McAllisterville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 785. 

PHILIP SHIRK 6 , of Fiega Bergey* (Shirk), of Mary 
(Bergey), Cassel 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1476 1 Alberta Shirk, b. December 19, 1881. 

7 1477 2 Foster Shirk, b. March 24, 1883. 

7 1478 3 Nora Shirk, b. October 22, 1885. 

7 1479 4 Jessie Shirk, b. December 28, 1887. 

All of Juniata county, Pa.; res., McAllisterville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 808. 

SIMEON K. CASSEL 6 , of Daniel K.\ of Jacob 4 , of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1480 1 Allen Cassel, b. December 4, 1866; m. Re- 

becca Kennedy, October 10, 1891 ; one 
child, Ethel Maria, b. September 14, 1893. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 227 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 



7 1481 2 Katie Cassel, b. November 25, 1868. 

7 1482 3 Jacob F. Cassel, b. November 6, 1870; mute; 

educated in the Pennsylvania Training 
School, at Elwyn, Delaware county, Pa. 

7 1483 4 Charles Cassel, b. October 3, 1872. 

7 1484 5 Annie Cassel, b. August 10, 1874; d. June 

12, 1892. 

7 1485 6 Edith Cassel, b. July 26, 1876; d. Septem- 

ber 20, 1888. 

7 i486 7 Sulie Cassel, b. July 20, 1878. 

7 1487 8 George Cassel, b December 13, 1879. 

7 1488 9 Lizzie Cassel, b. October 14, 1881. 



CHILDREN OF No. 810. 

ABEL K. CASSEL 6 , of Daniel Ks, of Jacob*, of Jacob3, 
of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1489 1 George Washington Cassel, b. May 12, 1872; 

d. in infancy. 

7 1490 2 Elwood Cassel, b. November 9, 1873; d. 

October 18, 1874. 

7 1 49 1 3 Able Clarence Cassel, b. October 7, 1875, d. 

December 22, 1877. 

7 1492 4 Elizabeth Cozine Cassel, b. December 16, 

1878; d. July 20, 1878. 

7 1493 5 Anna Bella Cassel, b. September 9, 1880. 

7 1494 6 James Cassel, b. September 1, 1881 ; d. Oc- 

tober 30, 1 88 1. 



228 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



J a. 7 William Andrew Casscl, b. September 10, 

1882. 

7 b 8 Mary Ellen Casscl. 

7 c 9 Edwin Octavins Casscl, b. July 20, 1885 ; d. 

December 9. 1885. 

7 d 10 Rufus Burnett Getman, Jr. Casscl, b. March 

15, 1888; d. May 16, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 811. 

WILLIAM K. CASSEL 6 , of Abraham*, of Jacob*, of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1495 1 Mary Catharine Casscl, b. April 9, 1878; 

Collegeville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 813. 

JOSIAH K. CASSEL 6 , of Abrahams, G f Jacob*, of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1496 1 Mary F. Cassel, b. April 6, 1884, in Lower 

Salford, Pa. 

7 1497 2 William F. Casscl, b. March 2, 1886, in Hat- 

field, Pa. 

7 1498 3 Katie Wilhelmina F. Casscl, b. November 28, 

1887, of Norristown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 824. 
MARY EMILY CASSEL 6 (Little), of Jacob K. Cassel, 
M. D. 5 , of Jacob 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1498 1 Alice Catharine Little, b. September 13, 1889. 

7 1499 2 Infant; d. at birth, August 31, 1890; of 

Philadelphia. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 229 

CHILDREN OF No. 830. 

ISABELLA S. CASSEL 6 (Snyder), of John B.s, of 
John 4 , of Jacobs of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 1500 1 Zeno Snyder, b. November 29, 1877. 

7 1 501 2 Almedia Snyder, b. August 12, 1879; d. 

September 7, 1879. 

7 1502 3 Oscar Snyder, b. October 8, 1882. 

7 1503 4 Savilla Snyder, b. November 9, 1883. 

7 1504 5 Lauretta Rachel Snyder, b. August 11, 1886. 

7 1505 6 /%*•&■ Snyder, b. 1889. 

All b. in Ontario, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 833. 

DAVID S. CASSEL 6 , of John B.*, of John 4 , Jacobs, Q f 
Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1506 1 Francis Edmunds Casscl, b. April 7, 1889. 

7 1507 2 Harriet Ebcline Rachel Casscl, b. September 

22, 1891. 

7 1607^ 3 David Casscl, b. October 12, 1893. 
All of Ontario, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 834. 

CATHARINE G. CASSEL 6 (Zellner), of Abraham*, of 

John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 150B 1 Sarah Maria Zellner. 

7 1509 2 Abraham Zellner. 

And others whose names I was not able to ascertain. 
Lake View, Montcalm county, Michigan. 



23O CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 835. 

NATHANIEL G. CASSEL 6 , of Abrahams, f John*, of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 5 1 o 1 Frank Cassel. 

7 15 1 1 2 Two others d. young. 

Of Lake View, Michigan. 



CHILDREN OF No. 836. 

SARAH ANN G. CASSEL 6 (Moss), of Abrahams, Q f 
John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 5 1 2 1 Walter Moss. 

7 1 5 1 3 2 Kingsly Moss. 

Of Lake View, Michigan. 



CHILDREN OF No. 840. 

MARY ANN O. CASSEL 6 (McNally), of Jesse B.*, of 
John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 5 14 1 Irwin McNally ,b. November 14, 1884; res., 

Blair, Ontario, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 842. 

KATIE ANN O. CASSEL 6 (Hallman), of Jesse B s, of 
John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 15 1 5 1 Alvin C. Hallman, b. December 11, 1877. 

7 1 5 16 2 Herbert C. Hallman, b. February 19, 1880. 

7 1517 3 Elmer C. Hallman, b. September 21, 1881. 

7 1 5 18 4 Effie May Hallman, b. February 5, 1890. 

All of Ontario, Canada. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 27,1 

CHILDREN OF No. 843. 

JOSIAH O. CASSEL 6 , of Jesse B.s, of John*, of Jacobs, 
of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 5 19 1 Edgar Aimer Casscl, b. December 14, 1880; 

d. February 12, 1882. 

7 1520 2 Edna Estclla Casscl, b. July 14, 1883. 

7 1 521 3 Clayton Maurice Cassel, b. January 20, 1886. 

By second m.,with Sarah Ann Hallman: 
7 1522 4 Myrtle Bell Cassel, b. May 27, 1888. 

7 1523 5 Harvey Guydon Casscl, b. April 5, 1889; d. 

October 10, 1890. 

7 1523^ Lincoln Hubert Casscl, b. August 2, 1892; 

Waterloo county, Ontario, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 844. 

WILLIAM DAVID O. CASSEL 6 , of Jesse B.s, of 
John 4 , of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1524 1 Morley Guida Casscl, b. September 16, 18S1, 

in Michigan. 

7 1525 2 Pcarlous Wilbcrt Cassel, b. August 22, 1888, 

in Waterloo county, Ontario, Canada ; 
farmer. 
Both now (1892) reside in Waterloo county, Ontario, 

Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 845. 

MARY ANN O. CASSEL 6 (Moyer), of Enos Y>>, of 
John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1526 1 Wilson Moyer, b. January 31, 1881. 



232 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1527 2 Katie Elsie Moyer, b. July 10, 1885 ; d. De- 

cember 28, 1885. 

7 1528 3 7. Newton Moyer, b. March 11, 1889; d. 

May 18, 1889. 

7 1529 4 Mary Annie Moyer, b. September 6, 1891. 

All of Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 847. 
ABRAHAM G. CASSEL 6 , of Nathan B.*, of John 4 , of 
Jacob3, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1530 1 Sadie Cassel. 

7 1 53 1 2 Or an Cassel. 

7 ! 53 2 3 Jeany Cassel ; d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 848. 

CATHARINE G. CASSEL 6 (Ziegler), of Nathan B.\ 
of John 4 , of Jacob*, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1533 1 Nathaniel Ziegler. 

y 1534 2 Lydia Ann Ziegler. 

7 1 5 35 3 Mary Ziegler. 

7 1536 4 Sarah Ann Ziegler. 

7 1 5 37 5 John Ziegler. 

7 1538 6 Two d. in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 849. 

SOLOMON G. CASSEL 6 , of Nathan B \ of John 4 , of 
Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 539 1 Rosa Cassel ; d. young, aged 3 years. 

7 1540 2 Anna Cassel. 

7 1 541 3 Frederick Cassel. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 233 

CHILDREN OF No. 850. 

MAGDALENA G. CASSEL 6 (Knoor), of Nathan B s, 
of John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Indiridual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1 542 1 Ephraim C. Knoor. 



CHILDREN OF No. 851. 

HENRY G. CASSEL 6 . of Nathan B \ of John 4 , of 
Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1543 1 Mamie Cass el. 

7 1544 2 Tivo more ; names not known. 



CHILDREN OF No. 860. 

EPHRAIM B. CASSEL 6 , of Henry B.s, of John 4 , of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

7 1545 1 Allen B. Cassel, b. May 7, 1889, in Water- 

loo county, Ontario, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 861. 

SAMUEL B. CASSEL 6 , of Henry B.s, of John 4 , of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1546 1 Winnifred Mabel Cassel, b. October 12, 

1888, in Waterloo county, Ontario. 

7 1546^ 2 Illingworth Mark Cassel, b. March 4, 1892. 



CHILDREN OF No. 862. 

SUSANNA B. CASSEL 6 (Schantz), of Henry B.s, of 
John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1547 1 Lama Schantz, b. December 22, 1885. 

(c. f.— 17.) 



234 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1548 2 Eden Schantz, b. July 3, 18S7. 

7 1549 3 Mary Ann Schantz, \>. March 17, 1889. 

7 1550 4 Two d. in infancy. 

7 l SS°% 5 Lincoln C. Schantz, b. April i, 1892. 

7 l 5$° l A & Walter C. Schantz, b. April 13, 1894. 



CHILDREN OF No. 865. 

OLIVER D. CASSEL 6 , of Adam*, of John*, of Jacobs, 
of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 55 1 1 James Loyd Casscl, b. June 15, 1887. 

7 1552 2 Hattie Malisa Casscl, b. January 6, 1889, in 

Waterloo county, Ontario, Canada. 

7 1552^ 3 Lucinda May Casscl, b. September 18, 1892. 

7 15523/2 Laura Mervie Casscl, b. May 4, 1894. 



CHILDREN OF No. 869. 

JOSIAH C. OBERHOLZER 6 , of Sarah B. CasseU 
(Obeiholzer), of John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1552 1 Alma Violet Oberholzer, b. January 20, 1889. 

7 1553 2 Lester Vernon Oberholzer, b. July 11, 1891. 

7 1 554 3 Idclla Pearl Oberholzer, b. January 6, 1893* 

Kulpsville, Pa. 

CHILDREN OF No. 870. 

ELMER ELLSWORTH C. OBERHOLZER 6 , of 
Sarah B. Cassel 5 (Oberholzer), of John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abra- 
ham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1555 1 Harvey Linford Oberholzer. 

7 1556 2 Willie Emerson Oberholzer. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 235 

CHILDREN OF No. 874. 

ELIZA JANE STEINER 6 (Leidy), of Leah Penny- 
packer 5 (Steiner), of Susanna Cassel 4 (Pcnnypacker) of 
Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. NO. 

7 1557 1 Leah Agues Leidy; res., Telford, Bucks 

county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 875. 

DANIEL STEINER 6 , of Leah Pennypacker 5 (Steiner), 
of Susanna Cassel 4 (Pcnnypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , 
of Hupert 1 . 
7 1558 1 Laura L. Sterner, b. November 15, 1874. 

7 1559 2 Walter Steiner, b. August 15, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF No. 876. 

JOHN STEINER 6 , of Leah Pennypacker 5 (Steiner), of 
Susanna Cassel 4 (Pennypacker), of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 
7 1560 1 Newton F. Steiner, b. September 2, 1873. 

7 1 561 2 Lizzie F. Steiner, b. February 26, 1877. 

7 1562 3 Emma Leah F. Steiner, b. January 1, 1881. 

7 1563 4 Samuel Halsey Steiner, b. July 12, 1879; d. 

October 13, 1879. 



CHILDREN OF No. 880. 

MARY PENNYPACKER 6 (Speigelhalter), of Amos 
Pennypacker 5 , of Susanna Cassel 4 (Pennypacker), of Jacob 3 , 
of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 



236 CASSEL FAMILY. 



[n dividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1564 1 William Harry Speigclhaltcr, b. May 7, 

1877. 

7 1565 2 Annie Eliza Spcigclhaltcr. 

7 1566 3 Alice Speigclhaltcr. 

7 l S^7 4 John Speigclhaltcr, 

7 1568 5 Susie Speigclhaltcr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 893. 

ELAMANDA PENNYPACKER 6 (Smith), of Jonas 
Pennypacker*, of Susanna Cassel* (Pennypacker), of Jacobs, 
of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

1 Harry Smith. 

2 Lizzie Smith. 

3 Willie Smith. 

4 Flora Smith. 

5 Clarence Smith. 

6 Annie Smith. 

7 Emma Smith. 



7 


1569 


7 


1570 


7 


1571 


7 


1572 


7 


1573 


7 


1574 


7 


1575 



CHILDREN OF No. 895. 

FREDERICK LEWIS PENNYPACKER 6 , of Jonas*, 
of Susanna Cassel 4 (Pennypacker), of Jacobs, of Abraham 2 , 
of Hupert 1 . 

7 1576 1 William Jonas Pennypacker, b. June 15, 

1884. 

7 1577 2 Mary Elizabeth Pennypacker, b. August 5, 

1885. 

7 ! 57 8 3 JuUa Thompson Pennypacker, b. April 15, 

1888. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 237 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1579 4 Lillian Penny packer, h. December 25, 1889. 

7 1580 5 Mable Pennypacker, b. July 18 1892. 



CHILDREN OF No. 955. 

SARAH ANN FREED 6 (Kriebel), of Elizabeth 
Shutt 5 (Freed) of Mary Kline 4 (Shutt), of Mary Cassel 3 
(Kline), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1 581 1 Rnssel Harper Kriebel, b. December 16, 

1881. 

7 1582 2 Iona Freed Kriebel, b. July 10, 1884; d 

October 17, 1884. 

7 1583 3 Mable Francis Kriebel, b. November 18, 

1886. 



CHILDREN OF No. 956. 

RHINE RUSSEL FREED 6 , of Elzabeth Shutts 
(Freed), of Mary Kline 4 (Shutt), of Mary Cassel 3 (Kline), 
of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1584 1 Stella Freed, b. August 21, 1886; d. January 

1888. 

7 1585 2 Evaliu Freed, b. November 6, 1887. 

7 1586 3 Florence Freed, b. November 22, 1889; d. 

December 17, 1890. 



CHILDREN OF No. 346. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL 6 (Swartley), of Jesses, of Hu- 
bert 4 , of Hubert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1587 1 Jacob Siuartlcy ; m. Martha Hunsicker ; 

two children. 



238 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



7 1588 2 Isaac Swartley ; rri. Ella V. Hendricks; two 

children. 

7 1589 3 Willington Swartley; m. Ella Haldeman. 

7 1 590 4 Abraham Swartley. 

7 1 591 5 y<?^« Swartley. 

7 1592 6 Mary Swartley. 

7 1593 7 Harry Swartley. 



CHILDREN OF No. 346^. 
ANN CASSEL 6 (Delp), of Jesse,* of Hupert*, of Hu- 

HERT 3 , of YELLES 2 , of HUPERT 1 . 

7 1594 i Katie Ann Delp ; m. John Ruth. 

7 1595 2 Emanda Delp ; m. Isaiah Ruth. 

7 1596 3 Samuel Delp ; m. Maggie Krupp ; lu d. in 

1893 ; leaving 8 or 9 children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 541. 

JOHN SENTMAN 6 , of Anna Funks (Sentman), of Anna 
Cassel 4 (Funk), of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

7 1597 1 Samuel Sentman, b. October 6, 1867. 

7 1598 2 Clara Sentman, b. December 17, 1868. 

7 1599 3 Ella Sentman, b October, 1861. 



CHILDREN OF No. 303. 

ANNA MUSSELMAN* (Moyer), of John 4 , of Magda- 
lena Cassel 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 1600 1 Katie Mover. 









CASSEL FAMILY. 


Gen. 

6 


EndiTidual 

No. 

1601 


F:unil\ 
No.' 

2 


Mary Moyer. 


6 


1602 


3 


Hannah Mayer. 


6 


1603 


4 


Aniiic Mayer. 


6 


1604 


5 


Milton Moyer. 


6 


1605 


6 


Sarah Mayer. 



239 



CHILDREN OF No. 305. 

OLIVIA MUSSELMANs (Fretz), of John*, of Magda- 
lena Cassel 3 (Musselman), of Abraham 2 , of Hupekt 1 . 

6 1606 1 Harry Fretz, b. November 30, 1853 ; m. 

Lizzie K. Landis, December 8, 1878 ; 
telegraph operator at Hatfield, Pa. ; 
children: Olivia Rebecca, Ada Viola, 
Orlanda L., Weldon L., 

6 1607 2 Allen M. Fretz, h. April 4, 1856; m. Ella 

B. Hartzel ; no issue. 

6 1608 3 Amanda M. Fretz, b. September 23, 1857; 

d. September 4, 1869. 

6 1609 4 Susanna M. Fretz, b. March 2, 1861 ; m. 

Henry H. Price ; children : Alice, Laura 
and Mary. 

6 1 6 10 5 Mary M. Fretz, b. January 12, 1863; m. 

Irwin D. Svvartz ; children : Edwin, 
Minnie. 

6 16 1 1 6 Elizabeth M. Fretz, b. October 30, 1865 ; d. 

January 24, 1870. 

6 161 2 7 Erasmus M. Fretz, b. January 14, 1S68. 

6 1613 8 Joseph M. Fretz, b. June 13, 1871. 



24O CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 32. 
HENRY CASSEL3, of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

4 16133^ i Henry Cassel; m; children: Benjamin, 

Samuel and Catharine ; res., Skippack 
township, Montgomery county, Pa., 



CHILDREN OF No. 1613^. 

HENRY CASSEL*, of Henry Cassel3, of Yelles 2 , of 
Hupert 1 . 

5 1614 1 Benjamin Cassel, b. March 22, 1795 ; d. No- 

vember 17, 1862; m. Elizabeth Smith; 
they resided on Skippack road, about a 
mile below Skippackville, Pa. ; he was a 
carpenter by trade ; and farmer ; his 
children were, Jesse, Lavina and James. 

5 1615 2 Samuel Cassel, d. unm. ; he was the last 

Cassel that owned the old Cassel home- 
stead, which had been in the Cassel 
name for one hundred and thirty years. 

5 16 1 6 3 Catharine Cassel, d. unm, at an advanced 



age. 



CHILDREN OF No. 16 14. 

BENJAMIN CASSEL*, of Henry", of Henry3, of Yel- 
les 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

6 1617 1 Jesse Cassel, b May 28, 1832; m. Elizabeth 

Johnson ; their children are Benjamin, 
William and Harriet ; res., at Bridge- 
port, Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 24 1 



I individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 1618 2 Lavina Cassel, b. May 15, 1836; m. John 

Detwiler ; their children were Eliza Jane, 
Abraham, Mahlon, Mary Ann, John 
, and Sarah ; res., Skippack, Pa. 

6 16 19 3 James Cassel, b. August 22, 1842; m. Mary 

Umstead ; children, Coulter, Jesse, 
Charles, John, J. Arthur, Benjamin ; 
res., Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1617. 

JESSE CASSEL 6 , of Benjamin 5 , of Henry 4 , of Henry 3 , 
of Yelles 2 , Hupert 1 . 

7 1620 1 Benjamin Cassel. 

7 1 62 1 2 William Cassel, m. Sallie Auer ; res., Fair- 

view Village, Pa. ; farmer. 

7 1622 3 Harriet Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1618. 

LAVINA CASSEL 6 (Detwiler), of Benjamin 5 , of Henry 4 , 
of Henry 3 , of Yelles 2 , Hupert 1 . 

7 1623 1 Eliza Jane Detwiler, deceased; m. Aaron 

Gouldy. 

7 1624 2 Abraham Detwiler, m. Lydia Kulp daughter 

of Henry Kulp, of Skippack, Pa. 

7 1625 3 Mahlon Detwiler, m. Sarah Detwiler. 

7 1626 4 Mary Ami Detwiler, m. John Kulp. 

7 1627 5 John Detwiler, unm. 

7 1627^2 6 Sarah Detwiler. 



242 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1619. 
JAMES CASSEL 6 , of Benjamins, Q f Henry*, of Henrys, 

of YELLES 2 , Of HUPERT 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1628 1 Coulter Cassel, b. June 17,1871. 

7 1629 2 Jesse Cassel, b. December 10, 1872. 

7 1630 3 Charles Cassel, b. February 26, 1876. 

7 1631 4 /flA» Cassel, b. December 4, 1878. 

7 1632 5 /. Arthur Cassel, b. June 5, 1880. 

7 1633 6 Benjamin Cassel, b. January 13, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1323. 

SUSANNA K. BENNER? (Kulp), of Polly C Kulp 6 , 
of (Benner), of Susanna B. Cassel* (Kulp), of Abraham*, 
of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 
8 1 640 1 Mary Alice Kulp. 

8 1 64 1 2 A'pheus Kulp. 

8 1642 3 Annie Kulp. 

8 1643 4 Warren Kulp. 

8 1644 5 Abraham Kulp. 

8 1645 6 Minerva Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1324. 

JACOB K. BENNER?, of Elizabeth Kolb 6 (Benner), 
of Susanna Cassel 5 , of Abraham 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , 
of Hubert'. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 243 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



8 1646 1 David Ben ner. 

8 1647 2 Sallie Bcnncr. 

8 1648 3 Abraham Bcnncr. 

8 1649 4 Annie Benin r. 

8 1650 5 Jacob Bcnncr, deceased. 

8 165 1 6 Lizzie Bcnncr. 

8 1652 7 Irvin Bcnncr. 

8 1653 8 Edward Bcnncr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1325. 

JULIA ANN BENNER? (Casscl), Elizabeth Kolb 6 
(Benner), of Susanna Cassel 5 , of Abraham 4 , of Jacob 3 , of 
Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

8 1654 1 Annie Agnes Casscl, b. November 9, 1875; 

m. Henry Wismer. 

8 1655 2 Harry Lincoln Casscl, b. July 16, 1877. 

8 1656 3 Clara Casscl. 

8 1657 4 El lie Casscl. 

8 1658 5 Morris Cassel. 

8 1659 6 Emma Cassel. 

8 1660 7 Rosalinda Casscl. 

8 1661 8 Lrcnc Casscl. 

8 1662 9 Julia % Casscl. 



244 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1326. 

MILTON K. BENNER7, of Elizabeth C. Kolb 6 (Ben- 
ner), of Susanna B. Cassel 5 (Kolb), of Abraham 4 , Jacobs, G f 
Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

* Individual Family 

Gen. . No. No. 

8 1663 1 Henry K. Bcnncr, b. May 13, 1879. 

8 1664 2 Wilson K. Bcnncr, b. May 25, 1881. 

8 1665 3 Annie K. Dinner, b. November 24, 1882. 

8 1666 4 Katie K. Bcnncr, b. March 2, 1885. 

8 1667 5 Benjamin Hourison K. Bcnncr, b. August 

18, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1327. 

AMANDA K. BENNER? (Souder), of Elizabeth C. 
Kolb 6 (Benner), of Susanna B. Cassel 5 (Kolb), of Abraham 4 , 
of Jacob 3 , of Abraham 2 , of Hupekt 1 . 

8 1668 1 George Souder, b. April 24, 1882. 

8 1669 2 Anuic Souder, b. November 18, 1886. 

8 1670 3 David Souder, b. July 2, 1890. 

8 1 67 1 4 Russel Souder. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1329. 

LIZZIE STIERLY? (Brockerman), of Catharine Cas- 
sel 6 (Stierly), of Henry B. Cassel 5 , of Abraham 4 , of Jacob 3 , 
of Abraham 2 , of Hubert 1 . 

8 1672 1 Haivey Elwood Brockerman, b. July i6> 

1879. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 245 



Individual Family 

fien. So. No. 



8 1673 2 Bertha May B rocker man, b. September 20, 

1882. 

8 1674 3 William Penn Brockerman, b. December 20, 

1883. 

8 1675 4 Philip Reynolds Brockerman, b. September 

18, 1885. 

8 1676 5 George Franklin Brockerman, b. July 14, 

1888; d. July 5, 1889; all of Philadel- 
phia. 

6 Lizzie Brockerman, died aged 3 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1331. 

ANNIE STIERLY? (Hunsicker), of Catharine Cassel 6 
(Stierly), of Henry B. Cassel 5 , of Abraham 4 , of Jacob 3 , of 
Abraham 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

8 1677 1 Katie Hunsicker, d. in infancy. 

8 1678 2 Clarence Hunsicker. 



CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF No. 140. 

JACOB CASSEL 5 , Q f George 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , 
of Hupert 1 . 

6 1679 1 George Cassel, m. Emma Geho ; res., 

Penllyn ; have eight children as follows : 

Samuel Cassel. 
Charles Cassel. 

Daniel Cassel. 

Lizzie Cassel, deceased. 

Mary Cassel. 



7 


1680 


1. 


7 


1681 


2. 


7 


1682 


3- 


7 


1683 


4- 


7 


1684 


5- 



246 



Individual 
G« 11. No. 



7 
7 

6 



7 
7 
6 



685 
686 
687 

688 



7 


1689 


7 


1690 


7 


1 69 1 


7 


1692 


7 


1693 


7 


1694 


7 


1695 


7 


1696 


7 


1697 



7 


1698 


7 


1699 


7 


1700 


6 


1 70 1 



702 

703 
704 



I mm!'. 
No. 



7- 
8. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 

Annie Cassel. 

Sal lie Cassel. 
William Cassel. 



2 Katie Cassel, m. Henry Hittlc ; they live 

near Eureka, Pa. ; have eight children, 
as follows : 

1 . Harvey Hittle. 

2. Jacob Hittle. 

3. Lizzie Hittlc, deceased. 

4. Sallie Hittle. 

5. Ida Hittlc. 

6. William Hittlc. 

7. Oscar Hittlc. 

8. Gertrude Hittle. 

3 Joel Cassel, m. Louisa Showerrnan ; they 

live near Mainland, Pa. ; have three 
children, as follows : 

1. Mary Lizzie Cassel. 

2. Olivia Cassel. 

3. Laura Cassel. 

4 Sallie Cassel, m. Lewis Hudson ; they live 

in Baltimore, Md., and have two child- 
ren, viz. : 

1 . Walter Hudson. 

2. Hudson. 

5 Lizzie Cassel, m. William Horner ; they live 

at Conshohocken, Pa. ; they have three 
children living and three died ; living 
are: 











\SSEL FAMILY. 247 


Gen. 

7 


Iin1i\ i.jn.i ! 
No. 

1705 


} am ' 
No. 


r 

1. 


Lewis Horner. 


7 


1706 




2. 


Lydia Horner. 


7 


1707 




3- 


Gertrude Hortur. 


6 


1708 


6 


y^xsr Casscl, m. Annie Heckler ; they have 
six children ; reside at Montgomery 








Sq 


uare, Pa. 


7 


1709 




1. 


^1//Vd' Cass el. 


7 


1710 




2. 


Isaac Casscl. 


7 


1711 




3- 


Annie Casscl. 


7 


1712 




4- 


1 1 llmcr Casscl. 


7 


1713 




5- 


J. Owen Casscl. 


7 


1714 




6. 


Franklin Casscl. 


6 


1715 


7 


Charl 
at 


cs Casscl, m. Lizzie Moyer; they live 
Blooming Glen, and have five child- 








ren, viz. : 


7 


1716 




1. 


Irwin Casscl. 


7 


1717 




2. 


Abraham Casscl. 


7 


1718 




3- 


Florence Casscl. 


7 


1719 




4- 


Chester Casscl. 


7 


1720 




5- 


Daisy Casscl. 



CHILDREN OF No. 143. 
JOEL CASSEL5, of George 4 , of Huperts, of Yelles 2 , 



of Hupert 1 . 
6 1721 

6 1722 
6 1723 
6 1724 



1 Annabel la Casscl. 

2 Lydia Casscl. 

3 Mary Casscl. 

4 Frank Casscl. 



248 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 144. 

ANNA FUNKs (Sentman), of Anna Cassel 4 (Funk), of 
Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1725 1 Samuel Sentman, b. February 21, 1838 ; m. 

Ellen Gough. 

6 1726 2 John Sentman, b. July 8, 1839; m. Sallie 

Crammer ; have children as follows : 

7 1727 1. Samuel Sentman. 
7 1728 2. Clara Sentman. 

7 1729 3. Ella Sentman. 

6 1730 3 Emma Elizabeth Sentman, b. September 8, 

1 842 ; m. Jesse Moore, and moved to 
Wisconsin soon after they were married ; 
their address is Friendship post-office, 
Wisconsin. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1221. 

EDWIN H. CASSEL?, of Yelles R. 6 , of Abraham H.s, 
of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

8 1 73 1 1 Lloyd Stanley Cassel, b. February 28, 1892. 

8 1732 2 Charles Yelles Cassel, b. August 15, 1893. 

8 1 733 3 Grace Shank Cassel, b. February 9, 1896. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1224. 

ELIZABETH H. CASSEL? (Booz), of Yelles R. 6 , of 
Abraham H. 5 , of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hu- 
pert 1 . 
8 1734 1 Sarah May Boos, b. August I, 1894. 

8 1735 2 Lydia C. Boos, b. October 28, 1895. 



IND KX. 



B 



Individual 
No. 

Benner, Abraham 1 91 

Benner, Amanda K. 674 

Benner, Amanda K.(Souder) 1327 

Benner, David 195 

Benner, Eliza . . . 198 

Benner, Jacob K '3 2 4 

Benner, Joseph ... 197 

Benner, Julia Ann (Cassel) 672 
Benner, Julia Ann (Cassel) 1325 
Benner, Kate (Clemens) . 190 
Benner, Milton K. . . . 673 
Benner, Milton K. . . 1326 

Benner, Sarah (Conver). . 196 
Benner, Susanna K. (Kulp) 1323 

Bergey, Christian 229 

Bergey, Catharine 

(Schaeffer) 224 

• • 732 



Bergey, David 
Bergey. Elizabeth C. 

(Reichenbach) . 
Bergey, Elizabeth 

(Mumma) . . . 776 

Bergey, Enos C. . . . 241 

Bergey, Fiega C. (Shirk). . 243 

Bergey, Jacob K 730 

Bergey, John K 734 



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I50 

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154 

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224 
l6o 
l6l 

215 

217 



Bergey, 
Bergey, 
Bergey, 
Bergey, 
Bergey, 
(Fi 
Bergey, 
Bergey, 
Bergey, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 

Boorse, 

Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 
Boorse, 



Individual 

No. Page 

John Z. . 777 224 

Katie Ann (Leidy) 733 217 

Mary Emma (Kurtz) 775 223 

Samuel . . . 778 225 

Sarah C. (Stein) 

nk) 246 163 

Susanna (Fretz). . 238 159 

William 731 216 

William 776 223 

Abraham. . . . 106 122 

Barbara (Ziegler) . 211 152 

Barbara (Ziegler) . 373 189 

Daniel. . . . 114 1 25 

Ephraim 207 209 

Henry 105 121 

Harman 107 122 

Hupert 113 125 

Jacob . ... 109 123 

John C. Esq. • • { 370 Us 

Joseph. .... 108 123 

Katie (Bechtel) . . 371 189 

Lizzie (Tyson) . . 699 209 

Mary Ann (Edwards) 696 209 

Mary (Cassel). . . no 124 

Magdalena (Beyer). 112 124 



Cassel, Abel K. 
Cassel, Abraham K . 
Cassel, Abraham B . 
Cassel, Abraham H. 
Cassel, Abraham C. 
Cassel, Abraham G . 
Cassel, Abraham . . 
Cassel, Abraham . . 
Cassel, Abraham . . 
Cassel, Abraham . . 
Cassel, Adam B 
Cassel, Ann (Delp) . 
Cassel, Ann (Kulp). . 
Cassel, Annie (Snyder) 
Cassel, Ann Elizabeth 

(Schlosser) 
Cassel, Anna (Freed) 

(c. F.— 18.) 



810 


227 


248 


164 


253 


169 


134 


1.34 


494 


198 


847 


232 


34 


59 


52 


82 


72 


92 


27 


35 


259 


173 


34°? 


238 


103 


121 


103 


143 


716 


211 


726 


214 



Cassel, Anna (Funk) . . 

Cassel, Arnold 

Cassel, Arnold . . . 
Cassel, Barbara (Wisler). 
Cassel, Benjamin .... 
Cassel, Christian . . . 
Cassel, Catharine (Ratzel) 
Cassel, Catharine 

(J. B. Cassel) . . . 
Cassel, Catharine (Beck). 
Cassel, Catharine 

(Hendricks) . . . 
Cassel, Catharine (Stierly) 
Cassel, Catharine G. 

(Zellner) 

Cassel, Catharine G. 

(Ziegler) 



49 79 

2 30 

9 3i 

30 58 

1614 240 

36 

101 120 

132 132 

540 206 

162 143 

721 212 

834 229 

848 232 



250 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



C — Continued. 



Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 

Cassel, 

Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 
Cassel, 



Individual 

No. 

Catharine (Hiestand) 46 

Catharine (Bergey) . 73 

Charles 136 

Charles C. . . . 497 

David 

Daniel 153 

Daniel K . . . . . 247 

David S 833 



51 



Daniel 

Elizabeth (Smith) . 

Elizabeth (Keyser). 

Eliza (Dotterer) . j 

Elizabeth (Swartley) 346 
Elizabeth (Metz) . . 1 61 
Eliza (Kolb). . . . 347 
Elizabeth H. (Booz)i224 



Page. 

69 

93 

135 
199 

38 
138 
164 
229 

82 

38 
120 



Individual 

No. 



Elizabeth (Stover) 
Elizabeth (Boorse) , 
Elizabeth (Heacock 
Elizabeth (Benner) 
Elizabeth (Kratz). . 

Eli 

Emma H. (Weisel) 

Enos B 

Edwin II 1221 

Eve (Springerj . . 36 
Franklin .... 167 

Franklin ...... 491 

Frank K 714 



102 

237 

142 

185 
248 

59 
67 

83 
86 

93 
119 
166 
171 

248 
60 
144 
198 
211 



33 

44 
54 
59 

74 

99 

816 

255 



George 8 

George 48 

Hannah (Shissler) . 517 

Henry 

Henry 156 

Henry B 228 

Henry B . . . . 258 

Henry C 500 

Henry K 725 



Henry I& 1 32 

Henry 26 

Henry . 
Henry . 
Hupert . 
Hupert 

Hupert 29 

Hupert 43 

Isaac 58 

Isaac S. . . . 566 

Isabellas. (Snyder J.) 830 

Jacob 

Jacob 76 

Jacob 215 



32 
60 

155 

21 



Jacob K 250 



3° 

78 

204 

36 
141 

153 
172 
199 
214 
240 

54 
58 

87 
140 

39-47 

56 

66 

118 

207 

229 

37 

98 

152 

166 



Cassel, Jacob ...... 140 

Cassel, Jacob 38 

Cassel, Jacob 50 

Cassel, Jacob K . . . . 724 
Cassel, James ...... 1619 

Cassel, John 1 

Cassel, John 

Cassel, John 77 

Cassel, John 157 

Cassel, John B 252 

Cassel, John K 711 

Cassel, John 62 

Cassel, John C. (Lieut.) . . 496 

Cassel, Johannes .... 23 

Cassel, Joseph 9 

Cassel, Joseph .... 58 

Cassel, Jesse 97 

Cassel, Joseph M 537 

Cassel, Jesse 150 

Cassel, Jesse B . . . . . . 254 

Cassel, Jesse 1617 

Cassel, Jesse 214 

Cassel, Josiah K 813 

Cassel, Josiah O 843 

Cassel, Justice K 713 

Cassel, Joel 143 

Katie Ann A. Hallman . , 942 

Cassel, Lovina (Cassel) . . 348 

Cassel, Lizzie (Brunner) . . 728 
Cassel, Lavina (Detweiler) 1618 

Cassel, Molly (Bergey) . . 75 
Cassel, Mary (Wismer) . . 

Cassel, Martin ....... 138 

Cassel, Mary (Buchhammer) 151 

Cassel, Mary (Frederick) . 492 

Cassel, Mary (Sentman) . . 538 

Cassel, Mary (Christman) . 722 

Cassel, Mary Emily (Little) 824 
Cassel, Mary Ann (McNally) 840 
Cassel, Mary Ann O. (Moyer) 845 

Cassel, Mary (Kline) ... 41 
Cassel, Magdalena 

(Musselman). .... 42 
Cassel, Magdalena 

(Hunsicker) 45 

Cassel, Nathan B. . . .257 

Cassel, Nathaniel G. . . . 835 

Cassel, Nicholas ..... 10 

Cassel, Peter 152 

Cassel, Peggy (Barndt) . . 159 

Cassel, Priscilla (Stauffer) . 515 

Cassel, Rachel (Leidy) . . 100 
Cassel, Rosalinda 

(Kalebach) 490 



Page 

245 
60 

79 
214 



3° 

35 
104 
141 
168 
210 

90 
199 

47 

38 

85 
118 
205 

137 
169 
241 
210 
228 
231 
211 

247 
230 
186 

215 
241 

95 

136 
137 
198 
205 
213 
228 
230 
231 
62 

64 

68 
171 

230 
32 
138 
142 
203 
119 

197 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



251 



Q — Continued. 



Individual 
No. 



Ca>sel, Rosalinda (Young 

Cassel, Samuel 

Cassel, .Samuel K. . . . 
Cassel, Samuel K. . . . 
Cassel, Sallie (Krupp) 
Cassel, Sarah (Freed) . . 
Cassel, Sarah B. 

(Oberholzer) . . . 
Cassel. Oliver D. . . 

Cassel. Susanna B. (Schantz) 
Cassel, Samuel B. . 
Cassel, Ephraim B. . . . 
Cessel, Henry G. . . . 
Cassel, Magdalena G. 

(Knorr) . . . 

Cassel, Sarah (Isett) . . 
Cassel, Sarah (Booze 1 . . 
Cassel, Sarah (Hunsicker) 
Cassel, Sarah Ann G. (Moss) 



518 

131 

249 
727 
164 

133 

260 
865 
862 
861 
860 
851 

850 
50I 
513 
539 
836 



Page. 
204 

215 

143 
133 

173 
234 
232 

233 
233 

233 



"JO 
200 

203 

206 

2 30 



Cassel, Solomon G . . 

Cassel, Susanna B. (Kolb). 
Cassel, Susanna 

(Pannebecker) . . 
Cassel, Susanna 
Cassel, Simeon K. . . 
Cassel, Susie (Boorse). 
Cassel. Veronica (Warner 
Cassel, William K 
Cassel, William K 
Cassel, William David O 
Cassel, Yelles 
Cassel, Yelles R. 
Cassel, Yelles . . 
Cassel, Yelles . . 
( assel, Yelles . . 
Conver, Joseph B. 
G>nver, Mary B. (Reese). 



Iudh iriual 


No. 


Page 


849 


232 


225 


153 


78 


IO7 


723 


213 


808 


226 


6l 


87 


12 


33 


7IO 


210 


8ll 


228 


844 


231 




36 


511 


203 


24 45-53 


35 


59 


47 


70 


676 


208 


679 


209 



Fretz, Abraham .... 
Fretz, Susan (Musselman) 
Funk, Anna (Sentman) . 
Freed, Aaron. . . . 

F'reed, Hannah (Isett) 
Freed, Joel. . . 



766 
768 
144 
504 
5o5 



221 
222 
248 
201 
201 



Freed, Levi . ... 
Freed, Mary (Godshall) 
Freed, Samuel .... 
Freed, Yelles. . . . 
Freed, Rhine Russel 



506 202 
503 200 

507 202 

508 202 
956 237 



502 200 ' Freed, Sarah Ann (Kriebel) 955 237 



H 



Hunsicker, Catharine (Kolb) 1 16 126 

Hunsicker, Isaac 123 129 

Hunsicker, John 120 128 

Hunsicker, Magdalena 

(Krupp) 119 127 

Hunsicker, Sarah (Johnson) 117 127 

Harley, Elizabeth (Rudy) . 2S2 179 

Flarley, Jacob K 285 180 

Harley, Kate (Bechtel) . . 281 178 

Harley, Lydia (Heckler). . 288 181 

Harley, Mary (Moyer) . . 280 178 

Harley, Samuel K . . . . 284 179 

Fliesiand, Abraham . . . 125 129 



Hiestand, Catharine 

(Bechtel) . . 
Hiestand, David ... 

Hiestand, Elizabeth (East) 
Hiestand, Elizabeth 

(Schantz) . . . . 
Hiestand, Hannah (Bechtel) 

Hiestand, Isaac 

Hiestand, Jacob 

Hiestand, John 

Hiestand, John . 
Hiestand, Magdalena 

(Snyder) ... . . 



457 194 

126 130 
129 131 

461 196 

458 195 
128 130 

127 130 
124 129 

459 195 

462 197 



J 



Johnson, Isaac 438 192 | Johnson, Henry Rev 



439 192 



252 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



K 



Individual 
No. 

• 234 



Kratz, Abraham C . . . 

Kratz, Abraham C . . . . 744 

Kratz, Amanda F. (Alderfer) 758 

Kratz, Benjamin C . . . . 743 

Kratz, Catharine C. (Boorse) 236 
Kratz, Catharine 

(Fitzgerald) 749 

Kratz, Cornelius Tyson . . 740 

Kratz, Daniel C . ... 746 

Kratz, Daniel C . . . . 237 

Kratz, John C 131 

Kratz; John G 736 

Kratz, John C 747 

Kratz, Lizzie C. (Anderson) 748 

Kratz, Noah C 745 



Leidy, Mary (Kinzer). 
Leidy, Eli 



355 
356 



Musselman, Annie (Moyer) 303 
Musselman, Catharine 

(Freed) 94 

Musselman, Christianna 

(Smith). ..... 329 

Musselman, David .... 96 

Musselman, Elizabeth (Nice) 312 

Musselman, Henry ... 297 



Individual 



Page. 

156 
219 
221 
219 

157 

221 

218 
220 

158 

155 
218 
220 
220 
219 



No. Page 

Kratz, fSallie K. (Long) . . 741 218 

Kratz, Susanna (Hunsberger) 756 221 

Kline, Abraham 80 no 

Kline, Catharine (Harley) . 81 no 

Kline, Elizabeth (Harley) . 82 112 

Kline, Jacob 79 109 

Kline, Mary (Shutt) ... 83 113 

Kulp, Abraham H . . . . 434 191 

Kulp, Eliza (Clemmer) . . 432 190 

Kulp, John H 431 189 

Kulp, Sarah (Allebach) . . 435 191 

Kulp, Elizabeth C. (Benner) 719 212 

Kulp, Polly C. (Benner) . 718 211 

Keyser, Sarah (Kolb) . . . 361 188 



L 



186 
187 



Leidy, Josiah 357 187 



JVL 



238 
116 

185 
117 

183 
183 



Musselman, Henry .... 95 1 17 

Musselman, Jacob .... 93 1 15 

Musselman, John .... 85 1 13 

Musselman, Lydia (Kline) 92 115 
Musselman, Magdalena 

(Clemmer) 302 183 

Musselman, Sarah (Brey) . 328 184 

Musselman, Olivia (Fietz) . 305 239 



Oberholzer, Elmer Ellsworth 

C 870 



o 



234 



Oberholzer, Josiah C. 



869 234 



Pennypacker, Abraham C . 273 178 

Pennypacker, Amos . . . 265 174 
Pennypacker, Catharine 

(Snyder) 266 175 

Pennypacker, Daniel C . . 267 175 
Pennypacker, Elamanda 

(Smith) 893 236 

Pennypacker, Jonas C. . 268 175 



Pennypacker, Frederick 

Lewis 895 236 

Pennypacker, Leah (Steiner) 262 174 
Pennypacker, Mary (Speigel- 

halter) 880 235 

Pennypacker, Samuel C . . 271 177 

Pennypacker, William. . . 269 177 



Sentman, John .... 541 238 

Stierly, Lizzie (Brock erman) 1329 244 

Stierly, Annie (Hunsicker) 1331 245 

Stewart, Charles 23 34 



Stewart, Susan (Culin) . . 24 35 

Springer, Abraham . . 69 91 

Shirk, David 784 226 

Shirk, Philip 785 226 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



253 



3 — Continued. 



Individual 

No. Page. 

Shirk, Sarah Jane 

(Schwartzlander) . . . 783 225 

Stover, Abraham 177 146 

Stover, Betsy (Rosenberger) 183 147 

Stover, Catharine (Kohl) . 186 148 

Stover, David 179 147 

Stover, Henry ...... 57 84 

Stover, Jacob 172 144 

Stover, Jacob 180 147 

Stover, Joseph 1 78 146 



Ind 

Stover, Mary (Young) . . 
Stover, Mary (Underkoffler) 

Stover, William 

Shutt, Catharine (Heebner) 
Shutt, Elizabeth (Freed). . 

Shutt, John 

Shutt, Sarah (Delp). . . - 

Steiner, John 

Steiner, Daniel 

Steiner, Eliza Jane .... 



ividual 
Nu. 


Page 


I8l 


147 


176 


145 


173 


H5 


29I 


l8l 


294 


182 


293 


I8l 


29.5 


182 


876 


235 


«75 


235 


874 


235 



w 



Warner, Margaret (Stewart) 22 83 



,*e5K5&«. 



PART SECOND. 



DESCENDANTS OF YELLES CASSEL, BROTHER 

OF HUPERT. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



I 1 700 I Julius, or Yelles Casscl, came to America in 

the ship Friendship, on the 16th of Oc- 
tober, 1727, with his brother, John Cas- 
sel, after a passage of four months from 
Rotterdam. 

He was a brother of Hupert, who came in 1715 or 1720 
from Kriesheim, as the will of Hupert Cassel will show. This 
Hupert, Julius, or Yelles, and John were grandsons of Yelles, 
the preacher at Kriesheim, which is beyond a doubt, because 
they came from the same town, and brought many of the 
books and old original manuscripts of Yelles, the preacher, 
which are yet in the possession of Abraham H. Cassel, the 
antiquary at Harleysville, Montgomery county, Pa. After 
the arrival of Yelles or Julius Cassel in America he settled in 
Skippack township, Montgomery county, Pa., and lived with 
his brother Hupert in Skippack, then called " Bebberstown," 
who divided his farm with him, and at once erected buildings 
thereon. It is also said he had been a preacher in the Men- 
nonite church, at Skippack, Montgomery county, Pa. He 
died about 1750. 



256 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1700, 

OR THE ABOVE YeLLES. 

JULIUS OR YELLES CASSEL 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

2 1701 I John Cassc/, b. about 1730; d. 1803; m. 

Elizabeth ; children : Yelles, 

Henry, John, Jacob and Mary. 

2 1702 2 Henry Cassc/, presumed to have died single, 

because his name does not appear on the 
orphans' court record with the names of 
the other children when the distribution 
was made by the administrator. 

2 1703 3 Hnpert Cassel, b. about 1733; m. Susanna 

Schwartz in 1758; she was a sister of 
Rev. Abraham Schwartz, of the Men- 
nonite church at Deep Run, Bucks 
county, Pa. 

Soon after his marriage he bought a farm of one hundred 
and six acres of land in Hilltown, Bucks county, Pa. It ap- 
pears he was a man of limited means. The greater portion of 
the purchase money was advanced and secured on first mort- 
gage, on the delivery of the deed to Hupert Cassel, by Rev. 
Christian Funk, of Franconia township ; the mortgage, how- 
ever, was satisfied in the year 1763. Hupert Cassel was a 
brother to Barbara, wife of Rev. Christian Funk. Again, in 
the year 1775, this same Hupert Cassel bought another tract 
adjoining the aforesaid one hundred and six acres, containing 
about seventy-two acres, of Philip Fluck and Christian Kern. 

2 1704 4 Isaac Cassel, b. August 21, 1746; d. Sep- 
tember 2, 1823, aged yy years; m. Bar- 
bara Detwiler October 20, 1768; she 
died January 7, 1801. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 257 

He was a Mennonite minister in the Skippack congrega- 
tion. He married a second time to Magdalena Kolb on 
August 13, 1 801. She was born May 23, 1746; died June 
29, 1822, aged 76 years and 6 days; no issue by second 
marriage ; Mennonites. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

2 l 7°S 5 Joseph Casscl, presumed to have died single. 

His name is not mentioned in the or- 
phans' court records with the other 
names. 

2 1706 6 Mary Casscl, m. Jacob Landis. 

2 1707 7 Elizabeth Casscl, b. 1719; d. 1798; m. Hen- 
rich Kolb May 10, 1744; had eleven 
children. Henrich Kolb was born 1721 ; 
d. 1783 ; carried on a dyeing and fulling 
mill on Ridge Valley creek, near Sum- 
neytown ; children : Jacob, Yelles, Isaac, 
Dillman, Elizabeth, Maria, Henrich. 

2 1708 8 Catharine Casscl, m. John Bean; had child- 

ren : Mary, John and Henry. 

2 1709 9 Barbara Casscl, m. Christian Funk ; he was 

born 1 73 1 and married 1757, and was 
called to the ministry about the same 
time; he died May 31, 181 1, in his 80th 
year, and is buried in Delp's graveyard, 
in Franconia township, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; his wife Barbara died De- 
cember 29, 1792. 

The above mentioned names are taken from the orphans' 
court records, 1 768, docket 8, where all cases are recorded, 
signed by the respective parties. The original papers are de- 
posited in the city hall, fifth floor, southeast corner room, and 
are designated Roll 406. 



258 CASSEL FAMILY. 

I found the following recorded in docket No. 8, in the 
office of the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia. [author.] 

Know all men by these presents, that we, John Kassell, 
of Worcester township, in the county of Philadelphia, yeoman, 
Jacob Umstet, of Perkiomen and Skippack township, in the said 
county, yeomen ; Melchior Waggoner, of Worcester, aforesaid, 
yeoman, are held and firmly bound unto Christian Funk, of 
Franconia township, in the said county, yeoman, and Barbara, 
his wife, one of the children of Julius Kassell, late of Wor- 
cester, aforesaid, yeoman, deceased, in the sum of seven ty- 
four pounds, lawful money of Pennsylvania, to be paid unto 
the said Christian Funk and Barbara, his wife, their certain 
attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, to which pay- 
ment well and truly to be made and done, we do bind our- 
selves and each of our heirs. Executors. 

The 10th day of June, 1769, before me, James Humph- 
rey, clerk of the said orphans' court, came and appeared 
Christian Funk, the obligee in the within bond named, and 
acknowledged to have received from the within named John 
Kassell the just and full sum of thirty-seven pounds, in full 
satisfaction of the said bond and interest, and therefore doth 
hereby discharge the said John Kassell, Jacob Umstet and 
Melchior Waggoner, and every of them of and from the 
same. 

In witness whereof he hath hereunto set his hand the 
day and year aforesaid. Christian Funk. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 259 

REV. CHRISTIAN FUNK. 

Rev. Christian Funk, son of Bishop Heinrich Funk, was 
born in Franconia township, Montgomery county, Pa., 1 73 1 , 
married Barbara Cassel, daughter of Yelles Cassel, 1757, and 
was called to the ministry in Franconia, about the same time. 
Mr. Funk lived in the township of Franconia, near Indian 
creek. He was a man of considerable native ability and force 
of character who had interested himself more in public affairs 
than his ministerial brethren ; and was of a progressive tone 
of mind that was in advance of his times in that neighborhood. 

The writers of our local history have hitherto chosen to 
ignore the fact that among the non-resistant societies there 
was not only indisposition to engage in military affairs, which 
would be indeed expected, as in accordance with their reli- 
gious principles, but that large portions of them actually 
sympthized with Great Britain, hoped for the success of the 
troops of King George, and refused, until compelled, to pay 
taxes to the American authorities. The animosities engend- 
ered by this state of things have happily passed away. 

Before giving the account of Christian Funk's difficulties 
with his brethren, it may be as well to notice his father, 
Henry Funk, one of the leaders of his people, and a man ev- 
idently of cultifre and mental powers above the average of 
those who came with him to Franconia. Some of his de- 
scendants even may not be aware that he essayed authorship 
and wrote several books, which must have been of some merit, 
or they would not have received the attention they did, or 
have been reprinted so many times. His biographer, Samuel 
W. Pennypacker, Esq., says he was one of the most able and 
enterprising of the Mennonite preachers, and was long a Bishop. 

He settled on Indian creek, Franconia township, in 1 7 19. 
He was ever faithful and zealous in his work, and did much 
to advance the interest of his church. He wrote a book upon 
baptism, entitled " Ein Spiegel der Taufe," published by Saur, 
in 1744, which has passed through at least five editions. A 
more ambitious effort was the " Erklarung einiger hauptpunk- 



260 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



ten des gesetzes," published after his death, by Armbruster, 
in 1763. This book was reprinted at Biel, Switzerland, in 
1844, and at Lancaster, Pa., in 1862, and is much esteemed. 
He and Dillman Kolb supervised the translation of Van 
Braght's "Martyr's Mirror," from the Dutch to German. 
Henry Funk died in 1760. 

About the year 1774 the trouble with England com- 
menced. Several acts had been passed by the king, one of 
which was intended to raise a duty or tax on imported mer- 
chandise. The Americans refused their consent ; they peti- 
tioned to the king against them, but no notice was taken of it 
by him. Merchandise was, however, sent over and an effort 
made to force the Americans into it. This circumstance was 
the cause of a military force being sent over from England. 
An army was now raised by the several provinces and a con- 
gress called. Pennsylvania, however, at this stage was at 
rest, not being under the king's government. This province 
had been ceded to William Penn a considerable time before 
on account of services rendered to the Crown by his father, 
Admiral Penn, who had also money advanced to the Crown, 
and after his death it fell to his son, William Penn, a Quaker, 
who caused it to be known in Europe that he had lands to 
dispose of in Pennsylvania, that liberty of conscience was 
granted to all who settled on them ; that no* man was com- 
pelled to bear arms or take the oath on account of which our 
fathers left Europe and settled in this wilderness. 

In the year 1776 a meeting was held in Franconia town- 
ship for the purpose of choosing three men, who were to at- 
tend a delegation from other parts of the province to deliber- 
ate whether Pennsylvania should join the other provinces, 
which were already engaged in the war, and to consent and 
acknowledge the independence from England. This naturally 
brought Christian Funk into an unnecessary reflection — that 
our liberty might be endangered ; and although he never be- 
fore attended a township meeting, he resolved to attend this. 
On his arrival he found that nearly the whole township had 



CASSEL FAMILY. 26 1 

assembled, composed of nearly two-thirds Mennonites, and 
the remainder people from other churches, and others. 

Christian Funk expressed his opinion that the Menno- 
nites could not interfere in tearing themselves loose from the 
king; that he was the head and protector of Pennsylvania, 
and we should submit to the three acts because we acknowl- 
edged ourselves a defenceless people. 

Pennsylvania, however, united herself with her sister 
provinces, and after the Declaration of Independence, our 
former constitution, as established by Penn, was done away 
and the authority of our former Governor and Assembly an- 
nulled. Soon after a new government was established in 
Pennsylvania (united with the Congress), under which ci' 
cumstances the liberty granted by William Penn was taken 
away from the defenceless people, because under all kings' 
governmens no liberty of conscience was established by their 
constitutions. 

At this time the new government was established in 
Pennsylvania. But the Congress and American government 
was rejected as rebellious, and the king acknowledged by 
many of Christian Funk's accusers, under the idea that Con- 
gress would soon be overpowered. Thi_ Congress prepared 
and adopted a constitution for Pennsylvania which guaranteed 
to all religious societies liberty of conscience in worshiping 
Almighty God according to their own convictions, as was 
promised by William Penn to our forefarthers in Europe. 
This Congress also laid a tax of three pounds and ten shil- 
lings, but many of the defenceless people opposed the paying 
of this tax, and believed Congress would soon be over- 
powered ; but Christian Funk gave it as his opinion that they 
ought to pay it, and this caused much dissatisfaction between 
them. He also was accused for expressing himself favorable 
to Congress. This difference of opinion caused a division in 
the church, for which Christian Funk was suspended in 
about 1778. After the close of the war, in 1783, they still 
kept him under suspension. He made several attempts to 



262 CASSEL FAMILY. 

effect a reunion with the church, even as late as 1807, DUt it 
appears no reunion could have been brought about. For 
further information on this subject see a small work entitled 
"A Mirror for All Mankind," written by Christian Funk, and 
" History of Harleysville and Lower Salford," by James Y. 
Heckler. Christian Funk died in 181 1, aged 80 years, and is 
buried in Delp's grave-yard, in Franconia, and his wife Bar- 
bara died December 29, 1792. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1701. 
JOHN CASSEL 2 , of Julius or Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gea. No. No. 



3 17 10 I Yelles Cassel ; children: Hupcrt, Henry, 

Jacob and Abraham. 

3 171 1 2 Henry Cassel, d. 1812; no issue. 

3 171 2 3 John Cassel; children: Isaac, Henry, Sam- 

uel, Abraham and Kate. 

3 I 7 I 3 4 Jacob Cassel, m. Elizabeth Johnson; child- 

dren : Benjamin, John, Cathaiine, Isaac 
and Polly. 

3 1 7 14 5 Mary Cassel, m. Peter Johnson. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1703. 

HUPERT CASSEL 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

17 1 7 1 Barbara Cassel, b. about 1760; m. Dillman 

Kolb, son of Peter Kolb, and father of 
Bishop Jacob Kolb, of Towamensing, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; children : 
Jacob, John and Elizabeth ; Mennonites. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 263 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



3 1718 2 Molly Cassel, b. about 1763; m. Godshall 

Godshall, of Lower Salford township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; children : 
Peter, John, Garret, Jonas C., Henry, 
Kate, Susanna, Betsy/ Polly and Annie. 

3 1 7 19 3 Elizabeth Cassel, m. Joseph Maugel. 

3 1720 4 Isaac Cassel, of Hilltown, Bucks county, 

Pa., died in 1858. He married Catha- 
rine Trumbore. His children are Levi, 
Enos, Susanna, Sarah, Samuel, Eliza- 
beth, Mary, Joseph and Catharine. His 
will was proven August 7, 1858, and is 
recorded at Doylestown, Bucks county, 
Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1704. 
REV. ISAAC CASSEL 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

1 72 1 1 Abraham Cassel, b. October 5, 1778; d. 

January 30, 1865; m. Elizabeth Bean, 
b. May 3, 1784; d. August 9, 1866. 

1722 2 John Cassel, b. August 7, 1769; d. Septem- 

ber 20, 1 8 18; m. Molly Bergey Decem- 
ber 10, 1799; Mennonites ; farmer. 

1 7 2 3 3 Jacob Cassel, b. February 21, 177 1 ; m. 

Hannah Jans (Johnson), daughter of 
Benjamin Jans. This Jacob was the 
miller at the Skippack. 

1724 4 Susanna Cassel, b. March 26, 1782; d. Jan- 

uary 1, 1853 ; unmarried. 

1725 5 Elizabeth Cassel, b. September 12, 1773; m. 

John Rosen, November 23, 1797. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



3 1726 6 Molly Casscl, b. December 20, 1775; m. 

Abraham Grater April 6, 1797. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1707. 
ELIZABETH CASSEL 2 (Henry Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

1732 1 Jacob Kolb, b. 1745; m. Nancy Yoder ; 

children : Jacob, John, Henrich, Barbara, 
Catharine, Elizabeth, Magdalena and 
Nancy. 

2 Susanna KolbA Tvf - mSi b 1?46] d in in _ 

3 Sarah Kolb, j fanc >'- 

4 Ycllcs Kolb, b. January 9, 1750; m. Catha- 
rine Sabel or Savacool. 

5 Isaac Kolb, b. December 30, 1750; m. 
Rachel Jans 1778; she died 1828. 

6 Dielman Kolb, b. 1753; d. 1785; m. first, 
Hannah Keyser; second, Lydia Mack. 

7 Elizabeth Kolb, b. 1755; m. John Miller; 

moved to Bucks county, Pa., near Chal- 
fant ; children : Margaret, Maria, Eliza- 
beth. 

3 1739 8 Maria Kolb, b. 1757; d. 1783; m. Johannes 

Schaum. 

They had a son, Henry Schaum. I do not know of any 
more : they moved west. One of the descendants, named 
Henry Schaum, is now (1895) a Mennonite minister at Elk- 
hart, Indiana. There were also two daughters, Susanna 
Schaum and Maria Schaum. 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



3 1740 9 Henrich Kolb, m. Barbara Hunsicker, daugh- 
ter of Isaac Hunsicker. After her de- 
cease he married a second time to Mary 
Kolb, daughter of Mat tin Kolb, and 
widow of John Hunsicker; res., Skip- 
pack, Montgomery county, Pa. 

He was generally known as " der diche Henrich." His 
children were Isaac, Henry, Isaac, Elizabeth, Molly, Katie 
and John by first marriage, and Barbara and Benjamin by 
second marriage; farmer; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 170S. 
CATHARINE CASSEL 2 (Bean), of Yelles 1 . 

3 1 1 Mary Beau. 

322 John (Hannes) Bean*, b. August 12, 1758; d. 

March 22, 1847; m - Catharine Hun 
sicker, daughter of Isaac Hunsicker ; 
she was born September 10, 1768; d. 
February 20, 1839; children: 

4 3 1 Jacob Beau, b. November 7, 1796; m. 

Elizabeth Johnson. 

4 4 2 Kate Beau, m. Joseph Hunsberger. 

4 5 3 Hannah Beau, m. Henry Wismer. 

46 4 Sallie Bean, m. John Cassel. 

4 7 5 Susauna Beau, m. John Frick. 

48 6 Beau, m. — Gouldy. 

(c f.— 19.) 



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CHILDREN OF No. 3. 

JACOB BEAN 4 , of Johns, Q f Catharine Cassel 2 (Bean), 
of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 9 l John Bean, b. December 14, 1824; rn. Mary 

Kratz. 

5 10 2 Henry Bean, b. January 11, 1826; m. Eliza 

Alderfer. 

5 11 3 Michael Bean, b. September 7, 1827; m. 

Eliza Keyser. 

5 12 4 Mary Bean, b. December 15, 1828; m. 

Charles Davis. 

5 13 5 Elisabeth Bean, b. January 25, 1830; m. 

Samuel Detweiler. 

5 14 6 Jacob Bean, b. March 12, 1831 ; m. Amelia 

Burnsides. 

5 15 7 Peter Bean, b. August 6, 1832 ; m. Barbara 

Keyser. 

5 16 8 Kate Bean, "| Twins, born April 23, 1834. 

V Kate died single. Sarah 
5 17 9 Sarah Bean,) married Lewis Moore. 

5 18 10 Anna Bean, ^ Twins ; b. September 21, 

> 1836; both died single. 
5 19 11 Susan Bean, ) 

5 20 12 Hetty Bean, b. March 18, 1838, m. Jacob 

Godshall. 

5 21 13 Joseph Bean,b. July 4, 1840; m. Hannah 

Metz. 

5 22 14 Isaac Bean, b. April 4, 1845; m. Anna Z. 

Kratz; she died July II, 1880; he then 
married Mary Felton November 5, 1881. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 267 

CHILDREN OF No. 4. 

KATE BEAN 4 (Hunsberger), of John 3 , of Catharine 
Cassel 2 (Bean), of Yklles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 23 1 John Hunsberger, m. Kate Hunsberger. 

5 24 2 Kate Hunsberger, m. John Custer. 

5 25 3 Mary Hunsberger. 

5 26 4 Lena Hunsberger. 

5 27 5 Joseph Hunsberger. 

5 28 6 Martin Hunsberger.* 

5 2 9 7 Jacob Hunsberger. 



CHILDREN OF No. 5. 

HANNAH BEAN 4 (Wismer), of John 3 , of Catharine 
Cassel 2 (Bean), of Yelles. 1 

5 30 1 .Kate Wismer. 

5 31 2 Jo Jin Wismer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 6. 

SALLIE BEAN 4 (Cassel), of John 3 , of Catharine Cas- 
sel 2 (Bean), of Yelles 1 . 

5 32 1 Jacob B. Cassel, b. July 27, i8ji ; d. Janu- 

ary 12, 1826. 

5 33 2 John B. Cassel, b. February 23, 1823; m. 

Rachel Schantz. 

5 34 3 Abraham B. Cassel, b. April 12, 1825; m, 

Catharine Gehman. 



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Individual Family 
Gt'u. No. No. 



5 35 4 Jesse B. Cassel, b. August 20, 1827; m. 

Maria Oberholzer ; second, to Veronica 
Biehn. 

5 36 5 Enos B. Cassel, b. February 14, 1829; m. 

Catharine Oberholzer. 

6 David B. Cassel, b. June 8, 1831 ; d. young. 

7 Nathan B. Cassel, b. August 24, 1833; m. 
Nancy Gehman. 

8 Henry B. Cassel, b. May 8, 1835 ; m. Mary 
Ann Bricker. 

9 Adam B. Cassel, b. December 24, 1836; d. 
February 12, 1892; m. Ann Detweilcr. 

10 Sarah B. Cassel, b. September 27, 1838; d. 
m. Joseph Oberholzer. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 7. 

SUSANNA BEAN* (Frick), of John3, of Catharine 
Cassel 2 (Bean), of Yelles 1 . 

5 42 1 Jacob Frick, b. January 14, 1825 ; m. Eliza- 

beth Dellicker. 

2 Henry Fi'ick, died single. 

3 John Frick, m. Mary Shaner. 

4 Elias Frick, m. Lydia Fredericks. 

5 Amos Frick, m. Harriet Gilbert. 

6 Epliraim Frick, m. Mary Gilbert. 

7 Eliza Frick, m. James Van Fossen. 

8 Susanna Frick, m. Henry Shaner. 



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Individual Family 

Gl'u. No. No. 



5 50 9 Sarali Frick, m. Frank Slicher. 

3 51 3 Henry Bean, a Mennonite minister at Skip- 

pack, had the following children : 

4 52 1 Henry Bean ; also a' Mennonite minister 

at Skippack, Pa. 

2 John Bean. 

3 Polly Bean, m. Abraham Cassel. 

4 Bean, m. Henry Keelor. 

5 Bean, m. Jacob Johnson. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1709. 

BARBARA CASSEL 2 (Funk), of Yelles 1 . 

1744 1 Ann Funk, m. David Rosenberger ; child- 

ren : Christian, David, Philip, Abraham, 
Mary, Elizabeth, Ann and Daniel. 

1745 2 Elizabeth Funk, m. Henry Gotwals ; child- 

ren; John, Henry, Joseph, Abraham, 
Adam, Christian, Jacob, Barbara, Mary, 
Elizabeth. 

1746 3 Mary Funk, m. Rynard. Have no 

account of her family. 

1747 4 Catharine Funk, b. January 12, 1759; d. 

May 12, 1808; m. John Detweiler, b. 
JanuaryS, 1747; d. Jul)' 1, 1826; farmer 
and miller; Mennonites; children: Sus- 
anna, Elizabeth, Joseph, Mary, Sara, 
John, Christian, Catharine, Abraham, 
Daniel. 



27O CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



3 1748 5 Barbara Funk, b. January 22, 1760; d. July 

27, 1798; m. Rev. John Reiff, miller; 
Mennonites ; children : John, Jacob, 
Elizabeth, Catharine, Mary. John Reiff 
then married a second time to Elizabeth 
Cassel ; no issue by last marriage ; she 
died February 26, 1826. 

3 1749 6 Sarah Funk, m. Brodt. Have no ac- 
count of her family. 

3 1750 7 Rev. John Funk, m. ; farmer, minister ; child 

ren : Abraham, Magdalena, John, Cath- 
arine. A descendant, Rev. Henry R. 
Funk, Methodist Episcopal, in Philadel- 
phia. 

3 175 1 8 Abraham Funk. No account of him. 

3 1752 9 Susanna Funk, m. Detwiler. Have no 

account of her family. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1710. 

YELLES CASSEL3, of John 2 , of Yelles 1 

4 1753 1 Hupert Cassel ; children ; have no knowl- 

edge. 

4 1754 2 Henry Cassel ; children : Jacob, a convey- 

ancer and surveyor ; res., Montgomery 
Square ; m. Mary Bean ; no issue. 

4 1755 3 Jacob Cassel, m. Elizabeth Landes ; child- 

ren : Mary, John, Elizabeth, Kate, Lena, 
Ann, Elias, Jacob. 

4 1756 4 Abraham Cassel, m. Catharine Ruth, a 

daughter of Jacob Ruth ; children : 
Mary and Henry. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 27 I 



CHILDREN OF No. 1712. 
JOHN CASSEL^ of John 2 , of Yelles 1 - 



Inrti virtual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 



4 1757 1 Isaac Casscl. 

4 1758 2 Henry Casscl. 

4 1 759 3 Samuel Casscl, m. Barbara Hunsberger and 

moved to Lampeter township, Lancaster 
county, Pa. They were members of the 
so-called Reformed Mennonites (Herren- 
leute), and had eight children. 

4 1760 4 Abraham Casscl, m; moved to Lancaster, 

Pa. ; members of (so-called) Reformed 
Mennonites (Herrenleute) ; had five 
children. 

4 1 76 1 5 Katie Casscl, m. Isaac Roosen. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1713. 

JACOB CASSEL3, of Jacob 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

4 1762 1 Benjamin Casscl, b. December 19, 1789; d. 

May 30, 1 86 1 ; m. Sallie Heebner; child- 
ren : Abraham, Elizabeth, Hannah, Jacob, 
Joseph, Benjamin, Sarah, Catharine, 
Enos and Susanna. 

4 1763 2 John Casscl, m. Betsy Harley ; one child, 

Hannah. 

4 1764 3 Catharine Casscl, m. Henry Harley; child- 
ren : Jacob, Mary, Samuel, Betsy and 
Henry. 

4 1765 4 Isaac Casscl, m. Susie Heebner; children: 

Catharine, William, Elias, Elizabeth, 
Emanuel, James and Jacob. 

4 1766 5 Polly Casscl, m. Benjamin Custer. 



272 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1717. 
BARBARA CASSED* (Kolb), Hupert 3 , of Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



l 7^7 l Jacob Kolb, b. October 5, 1798; d 1875; m. 

Catharine Hunsicker, daughter of Isaac 
Hunsickcr; resided in Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. He 
was ordained to the ministry in the Men- 
nonite church August 2, 1838, and five 
years later, December 21, 1843, to the 
office of Bishop in said church. 

1768 2 John Kulp, b. 1800; m. Ann Cassel, daugh- 

ter of Hupert Cassel ; she died ; he mar- 
ried again to Ann Kolb, daughter of 
Jacob Kolb, of Kulpsville, Pa.; then he 
died and she married John Hagey. 

1 769 3 Elizabeth Kolb, m. Nicholas Kolb ; he died 

and she married Heniy Swartley ; re- 
sided in Skippackville, Pa., and later 
moved to Norristown, Pa , where she 
died, leaving one daughter, Barbara 
Swartley, who married Francis B. Poley, 
M. D., a practicing physician and drug- 
gist ; resided at Norristown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1718. 
MOLLY CASSEL3 (Godshall), Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 
4 1770 1 Peter Godshall, m. Lovina Hallman. 

4 1 77 1 2 Job ii Godshall, m. first Kate Hange, second, 

Miss Furman. 

4 1772 3 Garret Godshall, m. Nancy Fry. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 273 



Individual Family 

flen. N'o. No. 



4 • 773 4 Jonas C. Godshall, m. Kate Zieber ; res., 

Mainland, Pa. 

4 1774 5 Henry Godshall, m. Sallie Alderfer; res., 

Mainland, Pa. 

4 1775 6 A7?/V Godshall, m. Jacob Alderfer; res., 

Kulpsville, Pa. 

4 1 776 7 Susanna Godshall, m. George Delp ; res., 

Franconia, Pa. 

4 1777 8 ifcAry Godshall, m. Jonas Boorse; res., 

Mainland, Pa. 

4 1778 9 /V/y Godshall, m. Jacob Fry. 

4 1779 10 Annie Godshall, m. John Clemens; res, 

Towamensing. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1720. 
ISAAC CASSEL3, of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

4 1780 1 Levi Cassel, m. Sarah Ann Bean, Quaker- 

town. He is deceased ; no issue. 

4 1 78 1 2 £a?w Cassel, m. Maria Gerhard; children: 

1 Isaac Cassel. 

2 Mary Cassel. 

4 17S2 3 Susanna Cassel, d. single, May 11, 1889. 

4 1783 4 .WrtZ: Cassel, m. Joseph Sholl ; one child : 

1 Elizabeth Sholl, m. Fitzgerald. 

4 ! 7S4 5 Samuel Cassel, m. Susanna Mann; res., 

Freemansburg, Northampton county, 
Pa. ; children : 



274 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

i Isaac Cassel. 

2 Kate Cassel. 

3 Mary Cassel, m. James Burnside. 

4 1785 6 Elizabeth Cassel, m. Philip Hoot; children: 

1 Mary Hoot. 

2 Peter Hoot. 

4 1786 7 Mary Cassel, m. Michael Kulp; children: 

1 Samuel Kulp, res., Doylestown, Pa. 

2 Reuben Kulp, res., Bcdminster, Pa. 

3 Mary Kulp. 

4 Harvy Kulp, res., Hellertown, »Pa. 

4 1787 8 Joseph Cassel, d. single, aged 60 years. 

4 1788 9 Catharine Cassel, m. Joseph Fellman ; no 

issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1721. 

ABRAHAM CASSED, of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

4 1789 1 Polly Cassel, b. October 10, 1807; unmar- 

ried; d. October 10, 1891. 

4 1790 2 John B. Cassel, b. October 10, 1809; m. 

Catharine Cassel, a daughter of Yelles 
Cassel, of Harleysville, Pa. 

4 1 79 1 3 Magdalena Cassel, b. December 2, 181 1; 

m. Jacob Gotwals. 

4 1792 4 Isaac Cassel, b. November, 181 5; d. aged 

1 5 days 



CASSEL FAMILY. 275 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 l 793 5 Catharine Cassel, b. November 13, 18 16; 

m. Joseph Gander ; he is a deacon in 
the Upper Providence Mennonite church ; 
resides near Royersford, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

4 1794 6 Elizabeth Cassel, b. October 13, 18 19; un- 
married. 

4 l 79S 7 Susie Cassel, b. April 7, 1822; m. Abraham 

Cassel, son of Benjamin. 

4 1796 8 Henry Cassel, b. May 2, 1825; m. Mary 

Wismer ; residing on the old homestead 
on the Skippack ; occ, farmer ; Men- 
nonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1722. 
JOHN CASSEU, of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

1 Susie Cassel, b. 1809; m. Henry Stauffer. 

2 Joseph B. Cassel, b. 1805 ; m. Rebecca 
Heebner ; she died January 13, 1892. 

3 Isaac B. Cassel, b. 1809; m. Mary Heebner. 

4 Elizabeth Cassel, b. 18 1 2; m. William Beyer. 

5 Catharine Cassel, m. Andrew Schwartz. 

6 Sallie Cassel, m. Henry Sechler. 

7 Barbara Cassel, m. William Anderson. 

8 Mo'ly Cassel ; unmarried. 

9 Lena Cassel ; unmarried. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1723. 
JACOB CASSEL3 (the miller), Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 



In<li\ irtual Family 

Gen. No. Nm. 



4 1806 1 Benjamin Cassd, d. single, aged 49 years. 

4 1907 2 Isaac Casse/, m. Polly Blattenberger ; moved 

to Ohio. 

4 1808 3 Betsy Casse/, m. John Gotwals ; he was a 

preacher in the River Brethren church. 

4 1809 4 Susie Cass el ; unmarried; 83 years old in 

1892. 

4 1 8 10 5 Jesse Casse/, m. Deborah Merkel. 

4 1 81 1 6 David Cassel, m. Katie Moycr. 

4 1812 7 Abraham Casse/, m. Mary Yocum ; he died 

1 89 1. 

4 181 3 8 John Cassel, m. Sarah Gotwals. 

4 1 8 14 9 Jacob C'Ssel, d. young of sunstroke when 

cradling grain. 

4 1815 10 Molly Casse/; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1725. 

ELIZABETH CASSE L3 (Rosen), of Rev. Isaac 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

4 1 8 16 1 Isaae Rosen, m. Lena Hunsberger. 

4 18 17 2 Henry Rosen ; went west. 

4 1 8 1 8 3 Kate Rosen, m. John Custer. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 277 

CHILDREN OF No. 1726. 
MOLLY CASSEL3 (Grater), of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

4 1819 1 John Grater, m. Mary Markley ; children: 

1 Amos Grater. 

2 Sarah Grater. 

3 Ann Grater. 

4 Lydia Grater. 

5 Mary Grater. 

6 yi?/z?2 Giater: 

Kate Grater. 

Daniel Grater. 

Elizabeth Grater, m. Dillman Godshall ; res., 
Skippack, Pa, ; farmer ; Mennonites ; 
children : 

1 Mary Godshall. 

2 Joseph Godshall, m. Mary Hendricks. 

3 Abraham Godshall, m. first, Bean ; 

second, Dorothy Kolb. 

4 Elizabeth Godshall, m. Jonas Rosen- 
berger. 

5 Katie Godshall, rn. William Bean. 

1823 5 Mary Grater, m. Joseph S. Gotwals Decem- 

ber 7, 1834; children : 

1 Susan Gotwals. 

2 Kate Gotwals. 

3 John Gotzcals. 

4 Mary Gotzuals. 



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278 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



5 Elisabeth Gotwals. 

6 Joseph Gotwals. 

7 Abraham Gotwals. 

8 Amos Gotwals. 

1824 6 Isaac Grater, m. first, Deborah Groff, b. 
July 19, 1810; d. April 25, 1838; child- 
ren : 

1 Abraham Grater. 

2 John Grater. 

Second marriage, Eliza Haaf, b. June 
6, 181 1 ; d. October 15, 1861 ; a first 
cousin to his first wife ; children : 

3 Warren Grater. 

4 Jonas Grater. 

5 Elisabeth Grater. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1732. 

JACOB KOLB3, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb) of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

4 1825 1 Jacob Kolb, m. Peggy Zink ; res., Salford- 

ville, Pa.; farmer; Mennonites; had one 
child, Henry. 

4 1826 2 John Kolb, m. Hannah Hunsicker; res., 

Salfordville, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; 
children : John, Jacob, Abraham, Henry, 
Nancy, Isaac, Catharine. 



4 1827 3 Henrich Kolb, m. Susanna Moyer; res., 

Harleysville, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 
He was generally known as " Blaufar- 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 279 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 1827 3 ber;" children: Catharine, Jacob, Henry, 

Polly, Abraham, Nancy, Samuel, Wil- 
liam and Sallie. 

4 1828 4 Barbara Kolb, m. Abraham Ziegler; res., 

Lederachsville, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennon- 
ites ; and by occ. tailor ; children : Nancy, 
Jacob, Catharine and Andrew. 

4 1829 5 Catharine Kolb, m. John Stauffer ; res., 

Skippack, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; 
children: Peggy, Jacob, Garret, Hannah, 
Nancy, John, Dillman. 

4 1830 6 Elizabctli Kolb, m. Abraham Dettera ; res., 

Fairview Village, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennon- 
ites ; children ; Christian, Abraham, 
Jacob, Betsy, Molly and Jesse. 

4 1 83 1 7 Magdalena Kolb, m. John Jederach ; res., 

Lederachville, Pa. ; farmer ;| Mennon- 
ites. He was a deacon in the Mennon- 
ite congregation in Salford ; children : 
Nancy, Henry, Molly, John, Elizabeth 
and Jacob. 

4 1832 8 Nancy Kolb, m. Jacob Nice ; res., Salford, 

Pa.; farmer; children: Magdalena, Abra- 
ham, Jacob, Nancy, Hannah, Barbara, 
Benjamin. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1735. 

YELLES KOLB3, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of 
Yelles Cassel 1 . 

4 1833 l Henry Kolb, m. Katie Bean; children: 

Susie and Katie. 



2SO CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 1834 2 Jacob Kolb, m. Peggy Moyer ; children: 

Henry, Joseph, Jacob and Polly. 

4 1 ^3S 3 Joseph Kolb, m. Nancy Rosenberger. 

4 1836 4 John Kolb, m. Magdalena Heimbach ; child- 
ren: John, David, Abraham, Daniel, 
Kate, Betsy, Lena, Peggy, Sarah, Polly, 
Nancy. 

4 1837 5 Abraham Kolb, d. young.' 



CHILDREN OF No. 1736. 

ISAAC KOLB3, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yel- 
les Cassel 1 . 

4 1838 1 Benjamin Kolb, b. August 20, 1779; d. 

16, 1892; m. Ella Hoxworth. 

4 1839 2 Elizabeth Kolb, b. November 15, 1780. 

4 1840 3 Catharine Kolb, b. August 21, 1782; m. 

Hupert Cassel. 

4 1 84 1 4 Maria h Kolb, b. July 3, 1784. 

4 1842 5 Jacob Kolb, b. June 16, 1786; m. Miss 

Custer. 

4 1843 6 John Kolb, b. April 15, 1796; m. Catharine 

Scholl. 

4 1843a 7 Sophia Kolb, b. July 6, 1791. ' 



CHILDREN OF No. 1737. 

DILLMAN KOLB3, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of 
Yelles 1 . 

4 1844 1 Jacob Kolb, b. April 18, 178 1, in Montgom- 

ery county, Pa. ; m. Kate Clemens, 



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Individual Kam ly 

Gt?n. No. No. 



4 1844 1 daughter of Abraham Clemens, of 

Lower Salford, Pa., June 6, 1805; she 
was born May 25, 17&2, and died Janu- 
ary 25, 1869; and Jacob Kolb died Jan- 
uary 3, 1869, only 22 days apart. 

Both are buried in Waterloo county, Canada, whither 
they moved, in about 1800, in company with several other 
families, namely, his brother-in-'aw, Abraham Clemens, and 
Jacob Clemens. They took up land and settled on the Grand 
river, in Waterloo county, Ontario. They went into the 
wilderness about five miles distant from any settlement, and 
began to clear away the timber and build houses. They 
were very fortunate in their undertaking and were blessed 
with this world's goods, and they also tried to live so as to 
treasure up for the world to come. The Grand Trunk Rail- 
road now runs through their district, and the city of Berlin is 
their principal town 

Jacob Kolb was a Mennonite, and was for many years a 
deacon in the Mennonite church. They were by occupation 
farmers, and possessed fine farms. They died at an advanced 
age, all highly respected, and many of their descendants are 
yet living in that vicinity. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 



1845 2 Betsy Kolb, m. William Croll ; children: 

William and Jacob. 

1846 3 Pegqy Kolb, m. Lichtel ; children: 

Jacob, Jonas, Lydia, Martin, Katie, 
Maria and Elias. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1738. 

ELIZABETH KOLB3 (Miller), of Elizabeth Cassel 2 
(Kolb), Yelles Cassel 1 . 

4 1847 l Margaret Miller, m. Haines. 

(c. f. — 20.) 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 1848 2 Maria Miller, m. Ratzel. 

4 1 840 3 Elizabeth Miner, m. Peter Schwartz ; resided 

in Bucks county, Pa., said to have had 
no issue. 

4 1850 4 Susanna Miller, m. Troxel ; had two 

children, one named Elizabeth, the other 
not known to me. After the decease 

of Troxel she m. again Evans, 

and had one son, John M. Evans, late 
carpet dealer on Market street, Philadel- 
phia, now deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1739. 

MARIA KOLB3 (Schaum), of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), 
of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

4 1 860 1 Henry Schaum, m. a Metz, lived in North- 

ampton county. 

4 1 86 1 2 Susanna Schaum. 

4 1862 3 Maria Schaum. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1740. 

HENRICH KOLB3, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of 
Yelles Cassel 1 . 

4 1863 1 Isaac Kolb, d. young. 

4 1864 2 Henry Kolb, b. 1792. 

He was a respected citizen, and for many years engaged 
in teaching school ; and leader of singing in the Skippack 



CASSEL FAMILY. 283 

Mennonite Church, where he was also a member. He was a 
pretty good organist. He was married to Nancy Ziegler; 
res., Lucon, Pa. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 

4 1 865 3 Isaac Kolb, b. 1 794 ; d. 1871; aged yj years ; 

unmarried. 

He was a jeweler by trade, and tolerably well educated, 
a great reader and deep thinker ; res., Lucon, Pa. 

4 1866 4 Elisabeth Kolb, b. January 13, 1798; d. 

April 5, 1890, aged 92 years, 2 months, 
22 days, and was married to Jacob Reiff, 
b. October 14, 1787 ; d. January 29, 1826. 

4 1867 5 Molly Kolb, b. 1801 ; d. 1 869, aged 68 years ; 

was married to John Moyer ; res., Cedar, 
Montgomery County, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

4 1 808 6 Katie Kolb, b. September 20, 1803 ; d. Feb- 
ruary 9, 1895; totally blind. Through 
her I obtained much valuable informa- 
tion of the Kolb family. 

4 1869 7 John Kolb, m. Susan Detweiler ; they resided 

at Lucon, Pa.; farmer; Mennonites; he 
was the father of Professor Henry D. 
Kolb. 

By second marriage : 

4 1870 8 Barbara Kolb, d. young, aged 13 year. 

4 1 87 1 9 Benjamin Kolb, b. March 18, 18 14; d. Jan- 

uary 18, 1884. 

He was highly respected and widely known ; a great 
reader and a pretty good poet. He left a number of manu- 
scripts which, after his death, came into the hands of his son 
Elias, residing at Lederachsville, whose house was destroyed 
by fire some years ago, and the papers were all destroyed. 
He was also a good musician and a good organist, and was 



284 CASSEL FAMILY. 

able to play several other instruments. He was naturally a 
talented man ; a good worker in wood and iron ; he also fol- 
lowed farming successfully. He married Nancy Kolb on 
April 6th, 1844, a daughter of Henry Kolb, of Harleysville, 
Pa. She was born May 22, 1818. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1753. 
MUPERT CASSEL*, of Yelles3, of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



CHILDREN OF No. 1754. 
HENRY CASSEL*, of Yelles3, of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 



1876 i Jacob Cassel, m. Mary Bean; res., near 

Montgomeryville. He was a well edu- 
cated man, a conveyancer and surveyor. 
He was widely known, and had a good 
reputation. No issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1755. 

JACOB CASSEL*, of Yelles3, of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 1877 1 Mary Cassel, m. Jacob Moyer; children: 

Joseph, Jacob, Daniel. 

5 1878 2 Jolin Cassd, m. Susie Bergey ; children: 

Israel, Mary, Elizabeth. 

5 1 879 3 Elizabeth Cassel, m. Isaac Hagey ; children : 

Sarah, John, Daniel. 

5 1880 4 Kate Cassel, m. Joseph Rittenhouse, b. Sep- 
tember 21, 1809, son of Matthias Ritten- 



CASSEL FAMILY. 285 



Individual Fiimilv 

Gen. No. No." 



5 1880 4 house, the Mennonite preacher. Joseph 

moved to Ohio, and was a Dunkard 
preacher. 

5 1 88 1 5 Lena Casscl, m. Abraham Wiegner Novem- 

ber 6, 1832. 

5 1882 6 Ann Casscl, d. 1892; m. Enos Hagey. 

5 1883 7 Eli Casscl, m. May Boorse. He was a 

tailor by trade ; also carried on the 
mercantile business for some years. 

5 1884 8 Jacob Casscl, b. March 2, 18 19; d. July 3, 

1 89 1 ; m. Rachel Kline, daughter of 
Samuel Kline, of Franconia; she died in 
1892; Mennonites ; farmer; res., near 
Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1756. 

ABRAHAM CASSEL*, of Yelless, of John 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

5 1885 1 Mary Casscl, m. Christian Haldeman. 

5 1886 2 Henry Casscl, m. Sallie Price; they moved 

to Ohio ; had ten children ; she was a 
sister to Caleb Price. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1759. 
SAMUEL CASSEL*, of Johns, of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 
5 1887 1 Martin Casscl. 

5 1 888 2 Samuel Casscl. 

5 1889 3 John Casscl. 



286 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Geo. No. No. 



5 


1890 


4 


Emanuel Casscl. 


5 


1891 


5 


Aaron Casscl. 


5 


1892 


6 


Lydia Casscl. 


5 


i893 


7 


Lena Casscl. 



The latter two died young; both in one day and were 
buried in one grave. 

5 1894 8 Mary Casscl, m. Christian Eshleman. 
All of Lancaster, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1760. 

ABRAHAM CASSEL*, of Johns, of John 2 , of Yelles 1 

1895 1 Samuel Casscl. 

1896 2 Joseph Casscl. 

1897 3 David Casscl. 

1898 4 Barbara Casscl, m. a Mr. Lantz. 

1899 5 Ann Casscl. 
All of Lancaster. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1762. 
BENJAMIN CASSEL*, of Jacobs, of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 1900 1 Abraham Casscl, b. December 7, 181 2; m. 

Susanna Cassel. 

5 1 90 1 2 Elizabeth Cassel, d. April 4, 18 14; m. Jacob 

Beyer. 

5 1902 3 Hannah Casscl, b. November 22, 18 16 ; m. 

Benjamin Beyer. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 287 



Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 



5 1903 4 Jacob Cassel, b. February 5, 1820; m. Char- 
lotte Hallman; d. March 27, 1848. 

5 1904 5 Joseph Cassel, b. March 8, 1822 ; m. Lu- 

cetta Underkoffler ; she d. ; he m. again 
to Ann Moyer ; he d. 1896. 

5 1905 6 Benjamin Cassel, b. February 26, 1825 ; m. 

Elizabeth Groff. 

5 1906 7 Saiah Cassel, b. January 4, 1828; m. Mich- 
ael Brooks. 

5 1907 8 Catharine Cassel, b. January 12, 1831 ; m. 

Charles Printz. 

5 1908 9 Enos Cassel, b. April 2, 1833; m. Barbara 

Detweiler, she d. ; he m. a second time 
to Elizabeth Yocum. 

5 1909 10 Susanna Cassel, b. March 4, 1837; m. Wil- 
liam Hauck. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1763. 

JOHN CASSEL*, of Jacobs, Q f John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 19 10 1 Hannah Cassel, m. Edwin Harley ; res., Nor- 

ristown, Pa. ; grocery. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1764. 

CATHARINE CASSEL* (Harley), of Jacobs, of John 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

5 191 1 1 Jacob Harley, m. Hannah Markley ; child- 

ren : Lydia, Elizabeth, Kate, Annie, 
Hannah, Henry. 



288 CASSEL FAMILY, 



Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 



5 191 2 2 Mary Harley, unmarried. 

5 1913 3 Samuel Harley, m. Annie Moyer; children: 

Joanna, Jacob, Abraham, Catharine, 
Henry, Mary, Emma, Jerome. 

5 1914 4 Betsv Harley, m. Jonas Price; children: 

Abraham, Hannah, Samuel, Jonas, Cath- 
arine, Jacob and Sarah. 

5 191 5 5 Henry Harley, m Elizabeth Johnson ; child- 

ren : Isaac. Louise and Millard. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1765. 
ISAAC CASSEL*, of Jacobs, of John 2 , of Yellks 1 . 

5 1916 I Catharine Cassel, b November I, 1820; m. 

Mahlon V. Heist ; farmer and black- 
smith ; res., Worcester, Pa. ; Reformed 
Mennonite preacher ; d. July 1, 1890. 

5 191 7 2 William Cassel, b. May 5, 1823; m. Maria 

Underkoffler ; res., Norriton, Pa.; Re- 
formed Mennonites ; farmer. 

5 1918 3 Elias C/ssel,b. August 5, 1827; m. Mary 

Beltz ; res., Norristown, Pa. ; clerk 

5 19 1 9 4 Elizabeth Cassel, b. November 3, 1833; m. 

Lewis Printz ; farmer and stone mason ; 
res., Worcester, Pa. 

5 1920 5 Emanuel Cassel, b. March 26, 1836; m. 

Lydia Smith ; res., Lower Providence, 
Pa. ; house painter and farmer. 

5 192 1 6 James Cassel, b. November 28, 1838; m. 

Anna Harley ; res., Worcester, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Methodists. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 289 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 1922 7 Jacob Casscl,h. May 10, 1842; m. Hannah 

Harley ; res., Lower Providence, Pa. ; 
Baptists ; farmer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1767. 

JACOB KOLB+, of Barbara Cassel* (Kolb), of Hupert 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

5 1922 1 John H. Kulp,b. March 8. 1829; d. 1895; 

m. Fannie Clemmer, October 13, 18150; 
b. September 12, 1829. 

5 1923 2 Elba Kulp, b. August 9, 1836; d. October 

5, 1886; m. Isaac Clemmer, October 29, 
1853 ; res., Hatfield, Pa. 

5 1924 3 Daniel Kulp, b. August 21, 1839; d. Decem- 
ber 20, 1847. 

5 1925 4 Abraham H. Kulp, b. January 31, 1841 ; 

m. Eliza Cassel, daughter of Isaac Cas- 
sel, at Kulpsville, Pa. He is a deacon 
in the Mennonite church at Hatfield, Pa. 

5 1926 5 Sarah Kulp, b. January 28, 1844; m. Abra- 
ham Allebach. 

5 192,6 6 Euos Kulp,b. June 26, 1834; d. September 

11, 1838. 

5 1927 7 Isaac Kulp,b. April 10, 1832; d. Novem- 
ber 21, 1833. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1768. 

JOHN KOLB«, of Barbara Cassel* (Kolb) of Hupert 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 



2Q0 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 1928 1 Jacob Kulp, m. Miss Schnider ; had one 

child, d. in infancy. 

5 1929 2 Jesse Kulp, d. single. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1769. 

ELIZABETH KOLB* (Swartley), of Barbara Cassel3 
(Kolb), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 1930 1 Barbara Swartley, m. Francis B. Poley, M. 

D., practicing physician at Skippackville, 
Pa., afterwards they moved to Norris- 
town, Pa., and opened an extensive drug 
store, which business he carried on with 
success for a number of years. He died, 
leaving a widow and several children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1770. 

PETER GODSHALIA of Molly Cassels, of Hupert 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

1 Frank Godsliall. 

2 Charles Godsliall, m. Peggy Boorse: 

3 Reiff Godsliall. 

4 Peter Godshnll. 

5 Kate Godsliall. 

6 Salomie Godsliall. 

7 Louisa Godsliall. 

8 Annie Godsliall. 



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5 


1933 


5 


1934 


5 


1935 


5 


1936 


5 


1937 


5 


1938 



CASSEL FAMILY. 29 I 

CHILDREN OF No. 1771. 

JOHN GODSHALL*, of Molly Cassel3, of Hupert 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 1839 1 Jonas Gods hall. 

5 1940 2 Elizabeth Godshall. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1772. 

GARRET GODSHALL*, of Molly Cassels, of II upert 2 . 
of Yelles 1 . 

5 1941 1 Mary Godshall, m. Henry Kratz. 

5 1942 2 Peggy Godshall, unmarried. 

5 1943 3 Barbara Godshall, m. Charles Roop. 

5 1944 4 Daniel Godshall (Wilier), d. single. 

5 ! 945 5 Jonas Godshall, m. Susan Delp. 

5 1946 6 William Godshall, m. Price. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1773. 

JONAS C. GODSHALL*, Esq., of Molly Cassel3, of 
Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 1947 1 Joanna Godshall, m. Peter B. Boorse ; no 

issue. 

5 1948 2 Margaret Godshall, m. John Clemmer; one 

son. 

5 1919 3 Deborah Godshall ; unmarried. 



292 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 1950 4 Rosalinda Godshall, m. Benjamin Johnson, 

M. D., practicing physician at Norris- 
town, Pa. 

5 195 ! 5 Catharine Godshall ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1774. 

HENRY GODSHALL*, of Molly Cassels, of Hupert 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

5 1652 1 Frederick Godshall, m. Barbara Ziegler; res, 

Philadelphia. 

5 195 3 2 John Godshall, m. Nancy Benner ; res., 

Lansdale, Pa. 

5 1954 3 Harry Godshall, M. D. ; deceased; m. 

Emma Cope ; res., Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1775. 

KATE GODSHALL* (Alderfer), of Molly Cassel3, Q f 
Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 1954 1 Elizabeth Alderfer, m. Henry Bean. 

5 195 5 2 Jacob Alderfer ; died single, aged about iS 

years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1776. 

SUSANNA GODSHALL* (Delp), of Molly Cassels, of 
Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 1956 1 Polly Delp, m. Isaac O. Alderfer ; Harleys- 

ville, Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 293 



Individual Family 

Gen. No, No. 



5 1957 2 Abraham Delp, m. Elizabeth Alderfer; Har- 

leysville, Pa. 

5 ! 958 3 Barbara Delp ; unmarried. 

5 1959 4 Garret Delp, m. Sallie Clemens; Harleys- 

ville, Pa. 

5 \<yoo 5 Jonas Delp, m. Hannah Bechtel ; Harleys- 

ville, Pa. 

5 1 96 1 6 Elizabeth Delp, m. Isaac Kline; Harleys- 

ville, Pa. 

5 1962 7 Henry Delp, m. Kate Rosenberger ; Sal- 

ford, Pa. 

5 1963 8 Annie Ddp, m William Wireman ; Hat- 
field, Pa. 

5 1964 9 Godshall Delp, m. Mary Heckler; Main- 
land, Pa. 

5 1965 10 Catharine Delp, m. William Clemens; Led- 

erachsville, Pa. 

5 1966 11 William Delp, m. Sarah Shutt ; Salford- 

ville, Pa. 

5 1967 12 Susanna Delp, m. Henry Moyer; Spring- 
field, Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1777. 
BETSY GODSHALL* (Boorse), of Molly Cassels, G f 

HUPERT 2 , of YELLES 1 . 

5 1968 I Heiu y Boorse, m. Mary Price. 

5 1969 2 Daniel Boorse, m. Rachel Roeder. 

5 1970 3 Isaiah Boorse, M. D. ; d. single. 



294 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 1 97 1 4 Reuben Boorse, m. Margaret Yocum. Left 

home for the West, and has never been 
heard from ; supposed to have been mur- 
dered. 

5 Mary Boorse, m. William Snyder. 

6 Susanna Boorse, m. Jesse Snyder. 

7 Annie Boorse, m. Herman Vogel. 

8 Caroline Boorse, m. Jacob Shutt. 



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1972 


5 


1973 


5 


1974 


5 


1975 



CHILDREN OF No. 1778. 
POLLY GODSHALL* (Fry), of Molly Casse L 3, of 

HUPERT 2 , of YELLES 1 . 

5 1976 1 Eli Fry, m. Annie Essig. 
5 1977 2 Susan Fry. 

5 1978 3 Mary Fry. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1779. 
ANNIE GODSHALL* (Clemens), of Molly Cassel3, of 

HUPERT 2 , of YELLES 1 . 

5 ! 979 l John Clemens, m. first Miss Clemmer, sec- 

ondly Mary Fisher. 

5 19S0 2 Elmina Clemens, m. Michael Moyer, Men- 

nonite minister. 

5 1 98 1 3 Mary Ann Clemens ; d. single. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 295 

CHILDREN OF No. 1780. 
LEVI CASSEL*, of Isaacs, Q f Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



1982 Presumably no issue. He willed to John E. 

Low right, a brother-in-law, who had mar- 
ried a sister, Susanna Bean, and to Sarah 
Letherman, daughter of Christian Leth- 
erman. The will is proven September 
15, 1879. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1784. 
SAMUEL CASSELS of Isaacs, of Hupert, of Yelles 1 . 
5 1983 1 Isaac Casscl. 

5 1984 2 Abraham Casscl. 
5 1985 3 Mary Casscl. 

5 1986 4 Katie Casscl. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1790. 

JOHN B. CASSEL*, of Abrahams, G f Rev. Isaac 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

1 Samuel C Casscl, b. April 21, 1835. 

2 Abraham C. Casscl, b. September 27, 1836; 
m. Barbara Meyers. 

3 Joseph C. Casscl, b. July 14, 1838; d. May 
20, 1853. 

4 John C. Casscl, b. December 23, 1839; m. 
Isadora Garrison, January 24, 1 867 ; d. 
January 19, 188 i. 



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1987 


5 


1988 


5 


1989 


5 


1990 



296 CASSEL FAMILY. 

John C. Cassel, third son of John B. and Catharine Cas- 
sel, was born in Montgomery county, Pennsylvania, Decem- 
ber 23, 1839. He received his education in the township 
schools, and at the age of sixteen was apprenticed to a car- 
penter, although his great desire was to study medicine. He 
remained at his trade until he was twenty years of age, when 
he came to Philadelphia. While here the difficulties which 
caused the civil war were agitating the people, and with the 
breaking out of the civil war he was one of the first to enlist 
in response to the call for volunteers for three months. At 
the expiration of the three months he reenlisted for three 
years as Corporal of Co. G, Fifth Pennsylvania Cavalry, and 
finally, on November 21, 1864, Governor Andrew G. Curtin 
commissioned him as Lieutenant of the same company, which 
position he maintained until the close of the war. He was a 
man of amiable disposition, and was much beloved by the men 
of his company. 

He married Isadora R. Garrison, a public school teacher 
of Philadelphia, January 24, 1867. The issue of this marriage 
was four children, Clement C, Harriet Florence, Lydia, and 
Alma B. 

His constitution was undermined by exposure in the 
army, where he contracted malaria, which developed into val- 
vular affection of the heart, from which he died January 19, 
1 881. 

He was an active member of Post 2, G. A. R., and was 
buried at Deerfield, N. J., January 25th, with military honors. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 1 99 1 5 Charles C. Cassel, b. January 5, 1843; m. 

Catharine Landis, who died October, 
1877; he m. again in 1878, to Mary 
Burns. 

5 1992 6 Mary Cassel, b. February 1, 1844; d. Feb- 
ruary 1, 1864. 

5 *993 7 Jacob C. Cassel, b. May 19, 1849; m. Har- 
riet Patton ; no issue. 




LIEUTENANT JOHN CASSEL. 



THE NEW YORK 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 



ASTOR, LENOX AND 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 297 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 1994 8 Henry C. Cassel, b. August I, 1851; m. 

Annie Kriese, November 4, 1872. 

5 1995 9 Sarah Cassel, b. November 18, 1853; m. 

Benjamin Isett, January 3, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1791. 

MAGDALENA CASSEL* (Gotwals), of Abrahams, of 
Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 1996 1 Lizzie Gotwals. 

5 1997 2 Barbara Gotwals. 

5 1998 3 Jacob Gotwals. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1793. 

CATHARINE CASSEL* (Gander), of Abrahams, G f 
Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 1999 1 Lizzie Gander, b. February 25, 1849. 

5 2000 2 Henry Gander, b. March 5, 1852; d. March 

19, 1857. 

5 2001 3 Joseph Gander, b. November 18, 1854; d. 

1879. 

5 2002 4 Catharine Gander, b. October 28, 1857. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1795. 

SUSIE CASSEL 4 (Abraham Cassel), of Abraham 3 , of 
Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 2003 1 Isaiah Cassel, b. August 31, 1858; m. Eliza 

Bard. 

(C. F. — 21.) 



298 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 2004 2 ElizabctJi Cassel, m. John Blattner. 

5 2005 3 Cornelius Cassel, m. Sallie Mitchener. 

5 2006 4 Abraham Cassel, m. Mary Allebach. 

5 2007 5 Susanna Cassel, m. Herman Nice, of Nor- 

ristown, Pa. 

5 2008 6 Mary Cassel, m. Michael Kriebel. 

5 2009 7 Benjamin Cassel, m. Mary Dettra, a daugh- 
ter of Jesse Dettra. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1796. 

HENRY CASSEL*, of Abrahams, Q f Rkv. Isaac 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

5 2010 Elizabeth Cassel, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1797. 

SUSIE CASSEL* (Stauffer or Stover), of Johns, G f Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 201 1 1 Jacob Stauffer, m. Rebecca Metz, of Tovva- 

mensing, Pa. He is a Mennonite minis- 
ter at Kulpsville, Pa. 

5 2012 2 William Stanffcr, m. first Wambold, 

secondly Mary Johnson. 

5 2013 3 Joseph Stauffer, m. Mary Ritter ; no issue. 

5 2014 4 John Stauffer ; unmarried. 

5 2015 5 Mary Stauffer, m. Benjamin Underkoffler. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 299 

CHILDREN OF No. 1798. 
JOSEPH B. CASSEL/, of John3, of Rev. Isaac 2 , of 



Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 2016 1 Mary Cassel,b. September 7, 1827; m. Adam 

Kriebel. 

5 2017 2 Amos Cassel, b. June 23, 1830; d .March 2, 

1858. 

Amos H. Cassel, son of Joseph and Rebecca Cassel, 
was born June 23, 1830. In his youth he received an ordi- 
nary common school education. Later he entered Tree- 
mount Seminary, at Norristown, Pa., under the care of Rev. 
Samuel Aaron, where he served some time as assistent 
teacher. In later years he entered Dartmouth College, where 
in 1857 he graduated with high distinction. He died March 
2, 1858, of pulmonary disease, at Norritonville, Montgomery 
county, Pa., in the 28th year of his age. His last request was 
that Rev. Samuel Aaron should preach his funeral sermon. 
The deceased while under the kind and fostering care of his 
Alma Mater, made use of his literary advantages with faith- 
fulness and diligence. Always educated in sight of models 
of the strictest purity and integrity, and under a domestic 
training which inculcated the purest virtue both of heart and 
mind, he became exemplary in all his actions and manifested 
an uncommonly high appreciation of justice, honor and truth. 
In his relations of life he was sprightly and cheerful, and his 
varied attainments, his fine conversational powers, his evident 
desire to please, and, above all, his exceeding kindness of 
heart, made him beloved by all who knew him. He was a 
man of great talents, and wrote many articles for the press, 
especially during the campaigns of Col. Fremont and Horace 
Greeley, being an active Republican. He was also a very 
good poet. The following are specimens of his poems, as 
originally written by him on different occasions. 

One of His Classmates. 



300 CASSEL FAMILY. 

WINTER. 



BY AMOS H. CASSEL. 



Again the trees their leaves have cast, 

And verdure left the fields, 
To welcome winter's shrilling blast — 

And stormy days it yields. 

The hills look drear, with leafless shrubs, 
Which bore the summer flowers; 

And valleys, destitute of buds, 
Which opened after showers. 

The woodbine blooms not in the grove, 

Nor rose tree with its flower; 
The birds have ceased their songs of love, 

To seek a warmer bower. 

No more the busy bee does roam 

To seek the tender flower; 
But, well contented, stays at home 

Within its humble tower. 

The thunder bursts not from the clouds — 

No lightning flashes near; 
But clouds are dressed in snowy shrouds, 

To tell that winter's here. 

The wandering moon looks pale with cold, 

While rising in the East; 
And twinkling stars, around her hold 

Their nightly winter ease. 

No more the milkmaid's song is heard, 

In passing to her task; 
And silent now is every bird, 

That dreads the winter blast. 

But, cold winter ! Has it no song 

To cheer the singing maid ? 
While cold and chilling snow storms throng 

With snow each lawn and glade ? 

Yes! dreary winter has its charms. 

As well as summer days; 
While summer birds take their alarms, 

The snow birds chirp their lays. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 3OI 

The merry hunter's song is heard 

Upon the snowy hills; 
While shrewd and cunning Reynard 

Takes refuge near the rills. 

Then, too, the bells are ringing 

O'er valley and o'er dale; 
And the jolly school -boys singing 

Their pleasant winter's hail. 

The lengthy evenings pass away 

By reading some good book; 
And thus, cold winter's night and day, 

Pass with a merry look. 

Norritonville, November, /Sj2. 



ON THE DEATH OF FRANKLIN BEYER. 



That great hand again has shaken 

The blooming tree of time; 
And a blossom has been taken, 

Just in its youthful prime. 

Ah ! sportive ones, it- shone among 

Its playful, jocund mates; 
But, happy days were not prolonged, 

'Twas touched by deadly fates. 

For, long the canker preyed upon 

Its weak, enfeebled germ, 
Before it learned how far 'twas gone, 

To meet its fatal term. 

Fallen ! At length it lifeless lies, 

While others gaze upon — 
Conjecturing, that the hand, All- wise, 

Will touch them, too, ere long. 

Rest, then, thou once loved blossom, rest; 

While others mourn for thee, 
That swaying hand has loved thee best —  

Hence, plucked thee from the tree. 

Weep not, parents blossoms, for it 
Which has finished its course. 

That kind hand, in heaven, will permit 
A blossom pure as yours. 



302 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Truly, its absence much is felt 

By all that round it were; 
But, think that hand has justly dealt, 

Which called it from its care. A. H. C. 



ON THE DEATH OF THE DAUGHTER OF OLIVER AND 

ANN DRESHER. 



She's gone ! ah ! she's gone to her home, 

Where troubles are no more; 
She's gone where her friend had gone 

A month or two before. 

Ah ! many happy days she spent 

With her dear friends on earth; 
But soon the voice of death was sent, 

To call her from her mirth. 

She faded, like the lily white, 

That drooped at rising sun — 
When, smitten by a frosty night, 

Its blooming time was done. 

An only brother's left to mourn 

Her absence here below; 
And parents dear are now forlorn — 

Oh ! daughter, didst thou go ? 

Her life was pious in this world, 

Which all her friends may know, 
That had occasion to behold 

Her wish of good to do.. 

And now, in yonder world, she sings 

The praises of her God; 
Who bid her leave this world of sin, 

And take her happy lot. 

Why weep ye, then, dear friends, for her 

Whose course on earth is done ? 
'Twas God the vital cord did serve, 

And took her to his home. A. H. C. 

Nortitonville, April, f8jj. 

The above was inserted at the request of a sister, now 
also deceased, in whose possession all the original papers were 
left after his decease. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 3O3 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 2018 3 Sarah Casscl, b. January 31, 1832; m. Wil- 

liam Kriebel. 

5 2019 4 Hcmy Casscl, b. May 30, 1834; m. Marga- 
ret Warner ; res., Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, 
Pa. ; grocer. 

5 2020 5 Edith Casscl, b. October 28, 1836; m. Isaac 

Van Fossen ; res., Lansdale ; green 
grocer. 

5 2021 6 Susanna Casscl, b. April 4, 1839; d 1893, 

at Mt. Airy ; was m. to Jonas Harley ; 
shoe dealer. 

5 2022 7 Mahlon Casscl, b. April 10, 1840; m. Lydia 

Meschter, who d. September 3, 1891. 

5 2023 8 Hannah Casscl, b. July 29, 1845 ; m. Jacob 

Meschter; res., Philadelphia. 

5 2024 9 Christian Casscl, b. November 19, 1846; m. 

Lovina Cassel, who d. ; he m. again, to 
Mary Harley. 

5 2024^ 10 Leah Cassel, b. April 21, 1850; m. Isaiah 

Bean ; res., Germantown ; grocer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1799. 

ISAAC B. CASSEL*, of John?, of Rev. Isaac 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

5 2025 1 Abraham H. Casscl, b. January 30, 1833 ; m. 

Lydia Kriebel. 

5 2026 2 Joseph H. Casscl, b. October 24, 1835. 

5 2027 3 Jesse H. Cassel, b. January 7, 1838; d. Jan- 

uary 26, 1 87 1. 



304 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Qen. No. No. 



5 2028 4 Rebecca H. Cassel,h. March 29, 1849; m. 

John B. Kriebel, November 7, 1867. 
He was elected into the ministry of the 
Schwenkfeld Church, in Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 2029 5 Catherine H. Casscl, b. March 5, 1843; d. 

single. 

5 2030 6 Samuel H. Casscl, b. November 30, 1 846. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1800. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Beyer), of Johns, Q f Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 2031 1 Mary Beyer, b. September 10, 1838; d. 

February 26, 1843. 

5 2032 2 Susanna Beyer, b. July 8, 1841. 

5 2033 3 Catharine Beyer, b. February 4, 1843. 

5 2034 4 Elizabeth Beyer, b. May 17, 1849. 

5 2035 5 Rebecca Beyer, b. April 20, 1856; d. June 

5, 1865. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1801. 

CATHARINE CASSEL* (Schwartz), of Johns, of Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 2036 1 Snsan Schwartz, d. single. 

5 2037 2 Mary Schwartz, m. Abraham Schwartz. 

5 2 °3 8 3 Sophia Sclnvartz, m. Isaac Beyer. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 305 

CHILDREN OF No. 1802. 

SALLIE CASSEL^ (Sechler), of Johns, Q f Rev. Isaac 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

Indiviilual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 2039 l Samuel Sechler. Enlisted in the Union 

Army, and has been in eighteen battles, 
also in the seven-days' fight in the battle 
of the Wilderness, and has never been 
wounded, except slightly at the elbow. 

5 2040 2 Edward Sechler, drowned in the Schuylkill. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1803. 

BARBARA CASSEL^ (Anderson), of John^, of Rev 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 2041 1 Susan Anderson. 

5 2042 2 Alary Anderson. 

5 2043 3 Betsy Anderson. 

5 2044 4 Isaac Anderson. 

5 2045 5 John Anderson. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1807. 
ISAAC CASSEL^, of Jacob^, of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 , 
5 2046 1 Abraham Casscl. 

5 2047 2 David Casscl. 

5 2048 3 Jacob Casscl. 

5 2049 4 Susanna Casscl. 

All of Ohio, and five more whose names I could not 
ascertain. They moved to Ohio shortly after being married. 



306 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1808. 

BETSY CASSEL 4 (Gotwals), of Jacobs, of Rev. Isaac 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 2050 I Isaac Gotwals, unmarried. 

5 205 1 2 Jacob Gotwals, m. Sarah Place. 

5 2052 3 Betsy Gohvals, m. Lewis Bean. 

5 2053 4 Samuel Gotwals, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1810. 

JESSE CASSEL 4 , of Jacobs, D f Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

2054 1 Jacob Cassel, m. first Annie Moyer, secondly 

Hannah Kline. 

2 Mary Cassel, unmarried. 

3 John Cassel, m. Peggy Landis. 

4 Joseph Cassel, single. 

5 Jesse Cassel. Served in the late war ; was 
brought home a corpse. 

6 Samuel Cassel, m. Maggie Stauffer. 

7 Jonas Cassel. 

8 David Cassel, m. Lizzie Brandt. 

9 Lydia Cassel, m. Andrew Warner. 

10 Hannah Cassel, m. David Stauffer. 

1 1 Deborah Cassel, m. Jonas Wisler. 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 307 

CHILDREN OF No. 1811. 
DAVID CASSEL*, of Jacob3, of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



2065 i Jonas M. Cassel, m. Katie Nyce. 

2066 2 Betsic Cassel, unmarried. 

2067 3 Hannah Cassel, m. Joseph Fretz. 

2068 4 Annie Cassel, m. William Moyer. 

2069 5 Joseph Cassel, m. Sarah Harley. 

2070 6 Katie Cassel, m. Joseph Rosenberger. 

2071 7 Lydia Cassel, m. Daniel Young. 

2072 8 Amanda Cassel, d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1812. 

ABRAHAM CASSEL*, of Jacobs, of Rev. Isaac 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 
5 2073 1 Mary Cassel, m. Jacob Detweiler. 

5 2074 2 Sarah Cassel, m. John Reiff. 

5 2075 3 Hannah Cassel, m. Jacob H. Landis (Miller). 

5 2076 4 Isaac Cassel, m. Mary Fox. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1813. 
JOHN CASSEL*, of Jacobs, of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 
5 2077 1 Samuel Cassel. 
5 2078 2 John Cassel. 

5 2079 3 Jacob Cassel. 



308 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Inliviilual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



5 2080 4 Hannah Cassel. 

5 2081 5 Lizzie Cassel, m. Jeremiah Kearns. 

5 2082 6 Mary Cassel. 

5 2083 7 Sal lie Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1816. 

ISAAC ROSEN 4 , of Elizabeth Cassel*, of Rev. Isaac 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

1 Martin Rosen. 

2 John Rosen, m. Miss Diefenderfer. 

3 Samuel Rosen, m. Miss Hitner. 

4 Isaac Rosen. 

5 Lizzie Rosen, m. Elias Latshaw. 

6 Mary Rosen, m. Aaron Keiter. 

7 Hannah Rosen. 



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2086 


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2089 


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2090 



CHILDREN OF No. 1819. 

JOHN GRATER 4 , of Molly Cassel3 (Grater), of Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 2091 1 Sarah Grater, in. Abraham Koons ; Cedars, 

Pa. 

5 2092 2 Ann Grater, m. Rev. Jonas Furguson Yer- 

ger, a minister of the Evangelical church, 
at Story City, Iowa ; where she d., leav- 
ing six children : Mary, Martha, Charles, 
Asinath, Blanche and Mabel. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 309 



[ndiridual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



5 2093 3 Lydia Grater, in. Fred. Dutcher; Malvern, 

Whiteside county, 111. 

5 2094 4 Mary Grater. 

5 20 95 5 J ^ 1 ' 1 Grater > m. Mary Steltz ; Pottstown, Pa. 

5 2096 6 Amos Grater, m. Lizzie Schultz, in Illinois. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1824. 

ISAAC GRATER*, of Molly Cassel3 (Grater), of Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 2097 1 Abraham Grater, m. Hannah Umstead ; 

children : Minerva, Katie (deceased), 
Ursinus, Carrie (deceased), and Marion. 

5 2098 2 John Grater, m. Louisa Place; d. April 15, 

1884, aged 38 years ; three children liv- 
ing, Emma, Isaac and Estella, and six 
ciead. John Grater m. a second time to 
Elizabeth Peal ; have children living in 
Lansdale, Pa. 

5 2099 3 Warren Grater, m. Mary Jane Hunsicker, 

daughter of Jacob Hunsicker; d. March 

11, 1875; children: Raymond, Stanley, 

Isaac and Mary. The two last d. young. 

Warren Grater married a second time to Catharine Hef- 

felfineer, and had two children : Warren, and an infant. Re- 

sided at Collegeville, Pa., where he died September 23, 1886, 

aged 43 years, 7 months. 

5 2100 4 Jonas Grater, m. Emma Kauffman, of Union 

county, Pa. He is lawyer at the Phila- 
delphia bar ; no issue. 

5 2IOI 5 Elizabeth Grater, m. Jacob Fuss; res., Gra- 

ter's Ford, Pa. ; children : Idella and 
Bertha. 



3IO CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 182s. 

JACOB KOLB 4 , of Jacobs, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 2102 1 Henry Kulp, b. September 16, 1812; d., 

aged 82 years, 2 months, 24 days ; m 
Elizabeth Landis ; res., near Salfordville, 
Pa. He was a deacon in the Mermon- 
ite congregation, at Salford. 

A horrible and fatal accident happened to Henry C. 
Kulp, of near Salfordville, on Thursday afternoon, December 
13, 1894. He was burning brush in his son's field, and it is 
supposed that the fire was spreading too much and he tried 
to trample it out, when his pants caught fire ; and in going 
backwards about twenty feet he fell over a log, where his 
body was found burned almost to a crisp. All his clothing, 
except his hat and shoes, were burned off the body, and the 
body presented a horrible sight. The deceased was not 
missed till toward evening, and then a search was instituted 
and his son's hired man found him by the light of a lantern. 
The coat was found near by also somewhat burned. The 
ground where the body was found showed marks that the 
deceased struggled terribly with the fire-fiend before death 
came. Squire W. S. Slotterer held an inquest, and the follow- 
ing composed the Coroner's jury: Dr. P. O. Wickert, H. R. 
Gabel, M. M. Kremer, Jere. S. Shelly, Henry Weber and P. 
R. Cressman. The verdict rendered was accidental death. 
The surviving children are Henry, with whom he lived ; Mrs. 
Henry Garges, of Elroy ; Mrs. C. S. Bergey, of Bergey. The 
deceased was a quiet and highly esteemed citizen, and was 
almost 40 years a deacon in the Salford Mennonite congrega- 
tion. He was 82 years, 2 months and 24 days of age. The 
funeral was held last Sunday, and the remains were buried at 
the Salford Mennonite meeting house in the presence of a 
very large concourse of people. Revs. Henry S. Bower and 
Jacob Moyer officiated. Children : 



CASSEL FAMILY. 3H 



Individual Fani ly 
Gen. No. No. 



6 2103 1 Mary Kulp, m. Henry Garges. 

6 2104 3 Elizabeth Kulp, m. Christian Bergey. 

6 2105 3 Henry Kulp, m. Kate Frederick. 

6 2106 4 Jacob Kulp, d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1826. 

JOHN KOLB*, of Jacobs, G f Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of 

Yelles 1 . 

5 2107 1 John Kulp, m. Polly Moyer. 

He was a preacher among the Herrites (Herrenleute) ; 
moved to Lancaster county, Pa., where he died. 

5 2108 2 Jacob Kulp, m. Polly Swartley ; occ, shoe- 

maker and farmer ; res., Salfordville, 
Pa. ; Mennonites. 

5 2109 3 Abraham Kulp, m. Hannah Landis ; occ, 

carriage builder, at Salfordville, Pa. ; 
Herrites. . 

5 2i 10 4 Henry Kulp, m. Elizabeth Hiltebeitel ; 

farmer ; Zieglersville. Pa. 

5 21 1 1 5 Nancy Kulp, m. Henry Landis ; farmer and 

saw-mill; res., near Harleysville, Pa.; 
Mennonites. 

5 21 12 6 Isaac Kulp, shoemaker and farmer; res., 

Skippackville, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

5 21 13 7 Catharine Kulp, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1827. 

HENRICH KOLBS of Jacobs, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 



312 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 21 14 I Catharine Kolb, b. February 3, 1 798; m. 

John Freed ; farmer ; Harleysville, Pa. ; 
Mennonites. 

5 21 15 2 Jacob Kulp,h. November 2, 1799; d. April 

18, 1867; m. Nancy Alderfer, daughter 
of Rev. Isaac Alderfer, of Salford, Pa. ; 
farmer. Jacob Kulp was also a minister 
in the Mennonite congregation at Salford, 
Pa. 

5 21 16 3 Polly Kulp, b. December 10, 1801 ; m. Peter 

1 

Hendricks, a farmer ; res., Kulpsville, 
Pa. ; Mennonites. 

5 21 17 4 Henry Kulp, b. January 24, 1804; m - Eliza- 
beth Schumacher; farmer; res., Franco- 
nia, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

5 21 18 5 Abraham Kulp, b. January 1 1, 1806; m. 

Elizabeth Landis, daughter of Abraham 
Landis ; farmer; occ, weaver; res., 
Franconia, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

• 

5 21 19 6 Sallie Kulp, b. December 8, 1808 ; m. Joseph 

Schwartz, who was born February 16, 
1816; no issue; res., Harleysville, Pa. ; 
Mennonites. 

5 21^0 7 William Kulp, b. March 14, 181 1 ; m. Mary 

Fredericks; d. 1880; farmer; occ. jew- 
eler ; res., Harleysville, Pa. 

5 21 2 1 8 Samuel Kulp, b. November 20, 181 3; m. 

Mary Warner, of Weberland, Lancaster 
county, Pa. ; died July 14, 1891 ; farmer; 
Mennonites ; res , Lancaster county, Pa. 

5 2122 9 Nancy Kulp, b. March 22, 18 18; m. Benja- 
min Kulp, son of Henrich Kolb, of 
Skippack. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 313 

Benjamin Kulp was a prominent man, and widely known. 
He was a fair poet, and a good musician, being skillful on the 
orean and several other instruments. He was also a man of 
great mental power, and a great worker in iron and wood. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1828. 

BARBARA KOLB*, (Ziegler), of Jacobs, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

5 2123 1 Nancy Ziegler, m. Jacob Mover; farmer; 

Mennonites ; res., Perkiomen. 

5 2124 2 Jacob Ziegler, m. Betsy Landis ; farmer; 

res., Lederachsville, Pa. 

5 2124 3 Catharine Ziegler, m. Michael Alderfer ; 

farmer ; res., Salford, near Alderfer's 
mills. 

5 2125 4 And) civ Ziegler, m. Louise Jacobs; res., 

Lederachsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1829. 

CATHARINE KOLB* (Stauffer), of Jacobs, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

5 2126 1 Peggy Stauffer, single. 

5 2127 2 Jacob Stauffer, m. Ritter. 

2128 3 Garret Stauffer, m. Kate Crater. 

5 2129 4 Hannah Stauffer, m. David Wieand. 

5 2130 5 Nancy Stauffer, m. John Lederach. 

5 2 1 3 1 6 John Stauffer, m. Susanna Alderfer. 

5 2132 7 Dillman Stauffer, m. Mary Mack, 

(c F.— 22.) 



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3H CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1830. 

ELIZABETH KOLB* (Dettera), of Jacobs, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

$ 2133 1 Christian Dcttcra, m. Susie Baum. 

5 2134 2 Abraham Dcttcra, m. Stauffer. 

5 2I 35 3 Jacob Dcttcra, m. Rittcr. 

5 2136 4 Betsy Dcttcra, m. Dorworth. 

5 2137 5 Molly Dcttcra, m. Charles Fegley. 

5 2138 6 Jesse Dcttcra. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1831. 

MAGDALENA KOLB< (Lederach), of Jacobs, of Eliz- 
abeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

1 Nancy Lederach, m. William Young. 

2 Henry Lederach, m. Nancy Garges. 

3 Molly Lederach, m. Abraham Gotwals. 

4 John Lederach, m. Nancy Stauffer. 

5 ElizabetJi Lederach, m. Michael Schumacher. 

6 Jacob Lederach ; d., aged 14 years. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1832. 

NANCY KOLB< (Nice), of Jacob/, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

5 2145 1 Magdalena Nice, m. Benjamin Alderfer, 

miller; res., Alderfer's mills, Salford, Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 3 I 5 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 2146 2 Abraham Nice, m. Reiff. 

5 2147 3 Jacob Nice, m. Betsy Bieler. 

5 2146 4 Nancy Nice, m. Jacob Johnson; residence, 

Schwenksville, Pa. 

5 2147 5 Hannah A 7 ice, m. John Haldeman, who died; 

she afterwards married Joseph Halde- 
man, a brother of John ; res., Schwenks- 
ville, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

5 2148 6 Barbara Nice, m. Godfrey Say lor, miller, 

who died August 9, 1890. 

5 2149 7 Benjamin Nice, m. Katie Price. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1833. 

HENRY KOLB 4 , of Yelles 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , 01 
Yelles 1 . 

5 2150 1 Susie Kolb, m. Abraham Wismer ; farmer, 

and also a Mennonite minister at Skip- 
pack, Pa. 

5 215 1 2 Kate Kolb, m. Henry Gotwals, Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1834. 

JACOB KOLB 4 , of Yelles 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , ot 
Yelles 1 . 

5 2152 1 Henry Kulp,vs\. Esther Schweinhart, Skip- 

pack, Pa. 

5 2153 2 Joseph Kulp, m. Diana Eshbach ; res., Skip- 

pack, Pa. 



316 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 2154 3 Jacob Kulp, m. Lydia Tyson; res., Leder- 

achsville, Pa. 

5 2155 4 Polly Kulp, m. Christian Moyer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1836. 

JOHN KOLB 4 , of Yellfs3, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of 
Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 2156 1 John Kulp, m. Miss Hangey. They moved 

to Ohio. 

5 2157 2 David Kulp, m. Miss Kulp, secondly a Miss 

Garges. 

5 2158 3 Abraham Kulp, m. Lena Keyser. 

5 2159 4 Daniel Kulp, m. Ann Hcmmon. 

5 2160 5 Kate Kulp. 

5 2161 6 Betsy Kid p. 

5 2162 7 Lena Kulp, m. Mr. Sowers, secondly 

Underkoffler. 

5 2163 8 Peggy Kulp. 

5 2 1 64 9 Sarah Kidp. 

5 2165 10 Polly Kid p. 

5 2166 11 Nancy Kulp, m. William Bean. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1844. 

JACOB KOLB 4 , of Dillman 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of 
Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 2167 1 Abraham Kulp, m. Elizabeth Ziegler; res., 

Canada. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 317 



Individual Family 
GeD. No. No. 



5 2168 2 Tobias Kulp, m. Magdalena Bechtel ; res., 

Canada. 

5 2169 3 Molly Kulp, m. Joseph Erb ; res., Canada. 

5 2170 4 Lydia Kulp,m. Benj. Schantz; res., Canada. 

5 2 17 1 5 Hannah Kulp, m David Bricker. 

5 2172 6 Henry Kulp ; d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1845. 

BETSY KOLB* (Croll), of Dillman3, Q f Elizabeth Cas- 
sel 2 , of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 2173 1 William Croll, m. Kate Willower ; one child, 

Mary. 

5 2174 2 Jacob Croll, d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1846. 

PEGGY KOLB* (Lichtel), of Dillmans, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

21 75 l Jacob Lichtel, m. Peggy Mattis. 

2176 2 Jonas Lichtel, d. young. 

2177 3 Lydia Lichtel, m. Michael Hoffman. 

2178 4 Martin Lichtel, d. in infancy. 

2179 5 Kate Lichtel, d. in infancy. 

2180 6 Maria Lichtel, d. single. 

2 1 81 7 Elias Lichtel, m. Elizabeth Kolb. 



3 I 8 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1864. 

HENRY KOLB*, of Henrico, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , 
of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 2182 1 Garret Kidp, m. Mary Freyer. 

5 2183 2 Mary Kulp, unmarried. 

5 2184 3 Isaac Kulp, m. Sue Landis ; res., Grater's 

Ford ; has been in mercantile business 
for many years. He was also ordained 
to the ministry in the Dunkard or Breth- 
ren Church, now retired. 

5 2185 4 Magdalena Kulp, unmarried. 

5 2186 5 Abraham Kulp, d., aged 22 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1866. 

ELIZABETH KOLB* (Reiff), of Henrico, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 , of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 2187 1 William Reiff ,h. January 22, 18 19; m. Eme- 

lia Miller. 

5 2188 2 Henry Reiff, b. February 6, 1821 ; d. Sep- 
tember 11, 1857; m. Mary Steiner. 

5 2189 3 John Reiff, b. September 14, 1822 ; m. Sarah 

Cassel. 

5 2190 4 Polly Reiff, b. October 13, 1824; d. young. 

5 2 19 1 5 Mary Reiff, b. January 6, 1826; m. Daniel 

Cassel; resided at Cedars, Pa.; has been 
postmaster, and engaged in mercantile 
business. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 3I9 

CHILDREN OF No. 1867. 

MOLLY KOLB+ (Moyer), of Henrico, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual Fara ly 

Gen. No. Xo. 

5 2192 1 Samuel K. Moyer ; b. February 18, 1827; d. 

December 8, 1855 ; single. 

5 2193 2 Mary K. Moyer, b. August 10, 1828; m. 

Elijah Stauffer, b. February 5, 1852. 

5 2194 3 Ann K. Moyer, b. December 17, 1829; m. 

Jacob M. Cassel, September 29, 1856; d. 
April 9, 1858. 

4 Kate K. Moyer, b. July 14, 1831. 

5 Betsy K. Moyer, b. June 8, 1833. 

6 Barbara K. Moyer, b. May n, 1835; m. 

Jesse Y. Heckler, February 5, 1857; 
res., Nebraska. 

5 2198 7 Susie K. Moyer, b. January 31, 1837; m. 

John Harley, April 2, 1857 ; d. January 
5, 1888. 

5 2199 8 Lydia K. Moyer, b. December 2, 1839; m. 

William Freed, March 15, 1862. 

5 2200 9 Isaac K. Moyer, b. February 28, 1 842 ; m. 

Mary Jane Grater, December 29, 1867. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1869. 

JOHN KOLB*, of Henrichs, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of 
Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 2201 1 Henry D. Kulp, b. June 2, 1838; d. Febru- 

ary 23, 1888, at Lucon, Pa. 



320 CASSEL FAMILY. 

He began his professional career at the age of 18 years, 
and has been teaching in the public schools for thirty-two 
years. He had two daughters, Ella and Mary. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1871. 
BENJAMIN KOLB-4, of Henrico, of Elizabeth Cas- 

SEL 2 , Of YELLES 1 . 

Deborah Kulp, b. July 26, 1842. 

Katie Kulp, b. November 12, 1843. 

EH as Kulp, b. December 9, 1845 ; m. Ange- 
line Ziegler, daughter of Abraham O. 
Ziegler ; occ, jeweler ; res., Lederachs- 
ville, Pa. ; one child, Howard. 

5 2205 4 Mary Kulp, b. May 27, 1850; m. Jacob L. 

Beck, of Lucon, Pa. ; no issue. 

5 2206 5 Elizabeth Kulp,b. December 24, 1856; d., 

aged 26 years. 
Upon this occasion, her father, Benjamin Kolb, com- 
posed a poem, the first and last verses of which are as 

follows : 

O ! du theure, theure Seele, 

Must von uns schon scheiden ab, 

Zwar noch Jung in Bliith der Jahren, 

1st gebrochen schon der Stab. 

O ! wie schmerzliches Adje 

Ruft die Stimme uns alhie, 

O ! wie blutet unser Herze 

Durch so viele Angst und Schmerzen. 

Ach so fahre, fahre Frohlich 
Zu dem Herr der Herrlichkeit ! 
Wo der reine Hirrimelskonig 
Fiir die Seinen hat bereit 
Wo die Freude nie auf hort ; 
Und die ruh auf ewig wahrt, 
Und die Engel immer singen 
Amen, Amen wird erklingen. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 321 

CHILDREN OF No. 1877. 

MARY CASSEL^ (Moyer), of Jacob*, of Yelles*, of 
John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

6 2207 1 John Moyer, m. Catharine Kolb, daughter of 

Henry, of Franconia Square, Pa. 

6 2208 2 Joseph Moyer, m. Elizabeth Garges. 

6 2209 3 Jacob Moyer. 

6 2210 4 Daniel Moyer, d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1878. 

JOHN CASSEL5, of Jacob*, of Yelles* , of John 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 
6 221 1 1 Israel Cass el. 

6 2212 2 Mary Casscl. 

6 2213 3 Elizabeth Casscl. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1879. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Hagey), of Jacob*, of Yelles*, 
of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2214 1 Sir ah Hagey, m. Mathias Price. 



6 2215 2 John Haoey (deceased), m. Catharine Rosen- 

berger. 

6 2216 3 Daniel Hagey, d. young. 



322 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1880. 

CATHARINE CASSEL* (Rittenhouse), of Jacob*, of 
Yelles 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

(Jen. No. No. 

6 2217 1 Nathaniel Rittenhouse, b. September 13, 

1 83 1 ; m. Hannah Louisa Packard, of 
Massachusetts, November 11, 185 1, who 
died ; he married, again, Susanna Miller, 
of Pennsylvania, who died in 1867; in 
1868, he married, a third time, to Mary 
Ann Garver, of Ohio, who was born 
January 27, 1845, and who died January 
24, 1882; and on April 29, 1883, he 
married, again, to Melvina Jane Fitchet 
of Virginia; d. December 4, 1893; res 
Grove P. O., Caroline county, Maryland 

6 2218 2 Jacob C. Rittenhouse, b. September 2, 1849 

m. Sarah Ellen Cope, September 27 
1 868, who was born September 20 
1837; res., Pioneer, Williams county 
Ohio ; one child, Emma Jane, b. July 3 1 , 
1 87 1 ; d. December 18, 1871. 

6 2219 3 Samuel C. Rittenhouse, b December 29, 

1843; m. Sarah Hart, October 30, 1862; 
res., Easton, Talbot county Maryland. 

6 2220 4 Mary C. Rittenhouse, b. August 6, 1846; m. 

Tobias Hoover, October 23, 1862; res., 
Chatham Centre, Medina county, Ohio ; 
a Dunkard preacher. 

6 2221 5 Elizabeth C. Rittenhouse, b. September 2, 

1836; m. John Robinson, April 30, 
1854; res., Milford, Kosciusko county, 
Indiana. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 323 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2222 6 Aaron Rittenhouse, b. February 5, 1834; m. 

Lydia Beechly, and after her decease he 
married Martha Baker; d. October 31, 
1875 ; Wooster, Ohio. 

Two children by his first wife, both of whom died young ; 
by the second had five children, four of whom are living. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1881. 

LENA CASSELs (Weigner), of Jacob*, of Yelles*, of 
John 2 , of Yelles 1, 

6 2223 1 Mary Wicgncr,b. July 26, 1833; m. Isaac 

Krupp. 

6 2224 2 Joseph Wiegner, b. October 7, 1837; m. 

Margaret Booz. 

6 2225 3 Elizabeth Wiegner, b. February 23, 1842; 

m. Israel Dickinson. 

6 2226 4 Susanna Wiegner, b. June 7, 184b; d. 

August 22, 1847. 

9 2227 5 Abraham Wiegner, b. July 22, 1850. 

6 2228 6 Magdalena Wiegner, b. May 7, 1853; m. 

Enos Kriebel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1882. 

ANN CASSELs (Hagey), of Jacob*, of Yelles*, of John 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

6 2229 1 Mary Hagey, b. May 29, 1858; m. Henry 

Snyder; d. March 17, 1873. 

6 2230 2 Elizabeth Hagey, b. August 6, 1846; m. 

Isaac Snyder; res., Towamensing, Pa. 



324 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1883. 

ELI CASSEL 5 , of Jacob 4 , of Yelles 3 , of John 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 2231 1 Ephraim Casscl. 

6 2232 2 Lizzie Ann Casscl, m. Harry Kriebcl. 

o 2233 3 Peter Casscl, m. Mary Ann Underkoffler. 

6 2234 4 Mary Casscl, m. Henry Hackman. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1884. 

JACOB CASSEL*, of Jacob 4 , of Yelles 3 , of John 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

6 2235 1 Samuel Cassel, m. Mary Alderfer, daughter 

of Abraham O. Alderfer, January 20, 
1866; she was born January 26, 1841 ; 
res., Franconia, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; children : 
Lizzie Ann, Rachel and Isaiah. 

6 2236 2 Elizabeth Cassel, m. Jacob N. Clemens ; 

res., Mainland, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; children : Mary, Sylvanus, Jacob, 
Leanna, John, Lizzie and Norman. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1885. 

MARY CASSEL* (Haldeman), of Abraham 4 , of Yelles 3 , 
of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 A 1 Catharine Haldeman, d. single, aged 18 

years. 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 325 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No.' 



6 B 2 Elizabeth Haldeman, m. Levi Hendricks ; 

res., Red Hill, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; seven children. 

6 C 3 Mary Haldeman, m. David Hunsberger, of 

Hatfield, Pa. ; children : Sarah, Samuel, 
Frank and Abigail. 

6 D 4 Anna Haldeman, m. Joseph Rittenhouse ; 

residence, Norristown, Pa. ; shoedealer ; 
children : Teviluia, David, Mary, Elmer, 
James, Josiah, Lizzie, Joseph, William, 
Irvin, Abraham and George. 

6 E 5 Sarah Haldeman, m. John Schantz ; child- 

ren : Mary, Anna, Harry, William and 
Emma. 

6 F 6 Abraham Haldeman, m. Catharine Hunsber- 

ger ; children : Christian, Ellen and Har- 
riet. 

6 G 7 Lydia Haldeman, d. young. 

6 H 8 Isaac Haldeman, d. young. 

6 I 9 Abigail Haldeman, m. Enos George ; child- 

ren : Frank, Mary and Edwin. 

6 J 10 Harriet Haldeman, m. Frank Yoder, at Am- 

bler ; children, Laura, Ida and Willard, 
all dead. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1886. 

HENRY CASSEL^, of Abraham*, of Yelles3, of John 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

6 2237 1 Mary Cass el. 

Was accidentally drowned when about eight years old. 
Abraham H. Cassel, at Harleysville, still remembers the cir- 
cumstance. He attended the funeral. 



326 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Oen. No. No. 



6 2138 2 Abraham Casscl, m. Sarah Brown; have no 

children. 

6 2239 3 Henry Cassel, m. Eliza Garber ; have two 

children, Ella and Delilah. 

6 2240 4 Yelles Casscl, m. Delilah Garber ; have three 

children, Rosa, Cyde and Lizzie. 

6 2241 5 Harriso7i Casscl, m. Elbina Russel ; have 

four children, William, Elroy, Eleanor 
and Elbro. 

6 2242 6 Sarah Casscl, m. Buhecker ; had seven 

children, four of whom died in infancy, 
and were not named ; those living are 
Charles, Moses and Caleb. Sarah died 
about 1883. 

6 2243 7 Daniel Casscl, m. Margaret Brown ; had one 

child, William. 

6 2244 8 Caleb Casscl. Was killed in the Rebellion, 

near Washington, D. C. 

6 2245 9 Samuel Cassel, d. single. 

6 2246 10 Polander Casscl, d. single. 

The above record was sent to Abraham H. Cassel, at 
Harleysville, Pa., by Caleb Price, of Ohio, stating that Henry 
Cassel, who married Sallie Price, was a son of Abraham Cas- 
sel, who was a son of Yelles. 

[N. B. — Said Yelles Cassel was a son of John Cassel, who 
was a son of Yelles, who came from Germany in 1727.] 



CASSEL FAMILY. 327 

CHILDREN OF No. 1900. 

ABRAHAM CASSEL*, of Benjamin*, of Jacobs, of 
John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No.- 

6 2247 1 Isaiah Cassel, b. March 18, 1842; m. Eliza- 

beth Bard, who was born March 25, 
1843; res -> Norristown, Pa. 

6 2248 2 Elizabeth Cassel, b October 18, 1843; m. 

John Blattner, at Custer Station, Pa., 
September 16, 1842. 

6 2249 3 Cornelius Cassel, b. June 22, 1845; m. Sallie 

Mitchener, at Norristown, Pa, July 22, 
1866. 

6 2250 4 Abraham Cassel, b. March 25, 1847; m. 

Mary Allebach, at Skippack, Pa., who 
was born November 1, 1847. 

6 2251 5 Susanna Cassel, b. January 30, 1849; m 

Harman Nice, of Norristown, December" 
26, 1868; shoe store. 

6 2252 6 Mary Cassel, m. Michael Kriebel. November 

1, 1873, who was born January 10, 1845. 

6 2253 7 Benjamin Cassel, m. Mary Dettera, at 

Cedars. Pa. ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1901. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Beyer), of Benjamin*, of 
Jacob 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2254 1 Hannah Beyer, b. September 10, 1837; m. 

Harry Beideman. 

6 2255 2 Isaac Beyer, b. January 25, 1840; m. Eliza- 

beth Gross, April 25, 1863, who was 



328 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2255 2 born August 15, 1844; children: Eliza- 

beth and Wilson ; second, Sophia 
Schwartz, June 8, 1872 ; children : How- 
ard and Jacob Abner. 

6 2256 3 Sarah Beyer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1902. 

HANNAH CASSELs (Beyer), of Benjamin*, of Jacobs, 
of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Susanna Beyer, b. June 5, 1832 ; d. June 19, 
1852. 

6 2257 1 Catharine Beyer, b. September 15, 1834; m. 

Reuben Scheffy. 

6 2258 2 Enos Beyer, b. April 12, 1836. 

6 2259 3 Elizabeth Beyer, b. September 5, 1839; d. 

January 17, 1840. 

6 2260 4 Nathaniel Beyer, b. February 8, 1841 ; m. 

Mary Jane Keyser ; children : Vienna, 
Nathan, Montgomery. 

6 2261 5 Benjamin Beyer, b. December 8, 1846; d 

April 18, 1848. 

6 2262 6 Lewis Beyer, b. December 12, 1849; m - 

Sallie B. Smoyer. 

6 2263 7 Amanda Beyer, b. September 16, 1853. 

6 2264 8 Samuel Beyer, b. March 22, 1858; d. 

August 18, 1858. 

6 2265 9 Reuben Beyer, b. March 4, i860; m. Annie 

C. Yost. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 329 

CHILDREN OF No. 1903. 

JACOB CASSELs, of Benjamin 4 , of Jacobs, of John 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Geo. No. No. 

6 2266 I Maggie Casscl, married. 
6 2267 2 Mary Ann Casscl, deceased. 
6 2268 3 A son, d. in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1904. 

JOSEPH CASSELs, G f Benjamin 4 , of Jacobs, G f John 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

1 Isaac Casscl, m. Eliza Bell. 

2 Jonas Casscl, m. Maggie Long ; res., Norris- 
town, Pa. ; livery stables ; no issue. 

3 Mary Ann Casscl, deceased. 

4 Annie Casscl, m. Jacob Detweiler. 

5 Jeremiah Casscl, deceased. 

6 David IV. Casscl, m. Annie R. Beyer ; child- 
ren : Mary Ann B., John B. 

7 Daniel Casscl, m. Anna Moser. 

8 Amanda Casscl, m. Mary Sypherd. 



6 


2269 


6 


2270 


6 


2271 


6 


2272 


6 


2273 


6 


2274 


6 


2275 


6 


2276 



CHILDREN OF No. 1905. 

BENJAMIN CASSELs, of Benjamin 4 , of Jacobs, of 
John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2277 1 Amanda Casscl, m. Andree Supplee. 

(c. f.— 23.) 



330 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 2278 2 Edward Casscl, m. Kate Riley. 

6 2279 3 Joseph Casscl, deceased. 

6 2280 4 Amos Cassel, deceased. 

6 2281 5 Frank Casscl, m. Lucy Pennick. 

6 2282 6 Samuel Casscl, deceased. 

6 2283 7 Kate Cassel, m. Nelson Wood. 

6 2284 8 C/n'tfJ Cassel, m. Susanna Laban. 

6 2285 9 Lydia Casscl, m. Calvin Wood. 

6 2286 10 Maggie Cassel, deceased. 

6 2287 1 1 Susie Cassel, deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1906. 

SARAH CASSEL* (Brooks), of Benjamin", of Jac< .b3, of 
John 2 , of Yelled 1 . 

6 2288. 1 Kate Brooks, m. Thomas Haynes 
6 2289 2 Susanna Brooks, m. Mary Vogel. 
6 2290 3 Charles Brooks, deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1907. 

CATHARINE CASSELs (Printz), of Benjamin*, of 
Jacob*, Q f John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2291 1 Anna Louisa Printz, m. John Krout. 

6 2292 2 William Prints, m. Mary Harwic. 
6 2293 3 Lewis Printz, m. Annie Shaw. 
6 2294 4 John Watson Prints, m. Annie Shearer. 
6 2295 5 ii//« Printz, m. Elmer Shearer. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 33 I 

CHILDREN OF No. 1908. 
ENOS CASSELs, of Benjamin*, of Jacobs, of John 2 , of 



Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2296 1 Annie Casscl, m. Jesse Warner. 

6 2297 2 Sallic Casscl, m. Abraham Brandt. 

6 2298 3 Aaron Cassel ; deceased. 

6 2299 4 Lizzie Cassel, m. Charles Whynerick. 

6 2300 5 Martha Cassel, m. Emanuel Bean. 

6 2301 6 /cfo Cassel, m. John Beck. 

6 2302 7 Hannah Cassel ; deceased. 

By second marriage : 

6 2303 8 Maria Cassel. 

6 2304 9 Laura Cassel. 

6 2305 10 i^/cy Cassel. 

6 2306 11 Mazie Cassel. 

6 2307 12 5/«zV Casscl. 

6 2308 13 Mabel Casstl. 

6 2309 14 Harvey Casstl. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1909. 

SUSANNA CASSEL^ (Hauck), of Benjamin*, of Jacob-% 
of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2310 1 John Hauck. 

6 23 1 1 2 Katie Hauck. 

6 2312 3 William Hauck. 

6 2313 4 Mat tie Hauck. 



332 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1910. 

HANNAH CASSELs (Harley), of John*, of Jacobs, of 
John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



Gen. 

6 


Individual 
No. 

23H 


Famtlj 
No. 

I 


Emanuel Harley, m. Mary Ella Wright. 


6 


2315 


2 


Lizzie Harley. 


6 


2316 


3 


Jester Harley, d. young. 


6 


2317 


4 


Jennie Harley. 


6 


2318 


5 


James Harley. 


6 


2319 


6 


Annie Harley. 


6 


2320 


7 


Jonas Allen Harley. 



CHILDREN OF No. 191 1. 
JACOB HARLEYs, of Catharine Cassel* (Harley), of 



Jacobs, G f John 2 , 


, of Yelles 1 . 


6 2321 


1 


Lydia Harley. 


6 2322 


2 


Elizabeth Harley. 


6 2323 


3 


Kate Harley. 


6 2324 


4 


Annie Harley. 


6 2325 


5 


Hannah Harley. 


6 2326 


6 


Henry Harley. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1913. 

SAMUEL HARLEY?, G f Catharine Cassel* (Harley), 
of Jacobs, Q f John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2327 1 Joanna Harley, b. March 11, 1845; m - 

Nathaniel Cressman ; children : George, 
Nathaniel, Anna, Edna, Katie, Edith. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 333 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 2328 2 Jacob Harley, b. January 31, 1847 ; m. Sallie 

Gross ; children : Jennie, Eddie. 

6 2329 3 Abraham Harley, b. May 22, 1848 ; m. Kate 

Meyers ; one child, Frank. 

6 2330 4 Catharine Harley, b. December 29, 1849; 

m. George Lukens ; children : George, 
Laura, Jennie, Nannie. 

6 2331 5 Henry Harley, b. January 22, 1852; d Sep- 

tember 17, 1854. 

6 2332 6 Mary Harley, b. July 26, 1853 ; m. Christian 

Cassel ; children ; Anna, Nola, Harrison, 
Robert, George. 

6 2333 7 Emma Harley, b. April 14, 1857; d., aged 

20 years, 4 months. 

6 2334 8 Jerome Harley, b. August 8, i860; m. Anna 

Ritter ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1914. 

BETSY HARLEY* (Price), of Catharine Cassel* (Har- 
ley), of Jacobs of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2335 1 Abraham Price. 

6 2336 2 Hannah Price, m. Jacob Hunsberger ; no 



issue. 



2337 3 Samuel Price, m. Lizzie Brecht; first wife 
was Susan Schultz. 

4 Jonas Price, m. Caroline Geisinger. 

5 Catharine Price. 

6 Jacob Price. 

7 Sarah Price. 



6 


2338 


6 


2339 


6 


2340 


6 


2341 



334 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1915. 

HENRY HARLEY*, of Catharine Cassel* (Harley), 
of Jacob 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 2342 I Isaac Harley. 

6 2343 2 Louisa Harley. 
6 2344 3 Millard F. Harley. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1922. 

JOHN H. KULPs, of Jacob*, of Barbara Cassel 3 (Kolb), 
of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2345 1 Jacob C. Kulp, b. October 24, 185 1 ; m. Liz- 

zie Metz, secondly Annie Reiff. 

2 Henry C. Kulp, b. February 14, 1853; d. 
April 8, 1865. 

3 Hannah C. Kulp, b. April 18, 1855 ; m. 
Frank Godshall. 

4 Isaac C. Kulp, b. July 4, 1857; d. April 2, 
1858. 

5 Isaiah C. Kulp, b. March 26, 1859. 

6 Simon C. Kulp, b. January 5, 1862; m. 
Amanda Landis. 

2351 7 Abraham C. Kulp, b. May 7, 1865 ; m. An- 
nie Freed. 



6 


2346 


6 


2347 


6 


2348 


6 


2349 


6 


2350 



CHILDREN OF No. 1923. 

ELIZA KULPs (Clemmer), of Jacob*, of Barbara Cas- 
sel 3 (Kolb), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2352 1 Isaac K. Clemmer, b. June 21, 1856 ; d. June 

22, 1856. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 335 



Individual Fam ly 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2353 2 Jacob K. Clemmer, b. June 5,1857; m. Emma 

S. Landis, October 6, 1881. 

6 2354 3 Cyrus K. Clemmer, b. September 20, i860; 

m. Ellen G. Landis. 

6 2355 4 Catharine K. Clemmer, b. October 6, 1867; 

m. Allen C. Mover, January 12, 1889. 

6 2356 5 Lizzie K. Clemmer, b. January 13, 1875. 

6 2357 6 Abraham K. Clemmer, b. July 5, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1925. 

ABRAHAM KULP 5 , of Jacob 4 , of Barbara Cassel* 
(Kolb), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2358 1 Catharine Kul p, b. September 4, 1864; m. 

Harvey Landis. 

6 2359 2 /?##£ 7i«^>, b. May 28, 1867; m. Lizzie 

Metz. 

3 Sallie Kulp, b. September 6, 1869. 

4 Lizzie Kulp, b. September 20, 1871 ; m. Wil- 
liam Nace. 

5 Harry Kulp, b. May 1 1, 1874. 

6 Francis Kulp, b. December 30, 1876. 

7 Maggie Kulp, b. October 21, 1878 ; d. June 
26, 1889. 

8 Abraham Kulp, b. June 13, 1880. 

9 John Kulp, b. April 21, 1882; d. May 13, 
1882. 

2367 10 Irwin Kulp, b. June 15, 1883. 

2368 11 Annie Kulp, b. March 28, 1886. 



6 


2360 


6 


2361 


6 


2362 


6 


2363 


6 


2364 


6 


2365 


6 


2366 


6 


2367 


6 


2368 



336 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1926. 

SARAH KULPs (Allebach), of Jacob*, of Barbara 
Cassel 3 (Kolb), of Hubert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 2369 1 David Allebach, b. October 1, 1872. 

6 2370 2 Leidy Allebach, b. November 27, 1873. 

6 2371 3 Kate Allebach, b. July 28, 1875. 

6 2372 4 Milton Allebach, b. October 12, 1876; died 

young. 

6 2373 5 Snsan Allebach, b. February 12, 1878. 

6 2374 6 Hannah Allebach, b. March 2, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1930. 

BARBARA SWARTLEY* (Poley), of Elizabeth 
Kolb 4 (Swartley), of Barbara Cassel 3 (Kolb), of Hupert 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

6 2375 1 Cyrus IV. Poley; deceased; m. Catharine 

Watt; children, Ethel and and Cyrus; 
he is buried at Boulder, Colorado. 

6 2376 2 Lizzie Poley; deceased; aged 14 years; 

buried at Montgomery Cemetery, Nor- 
ristown, Pa. 

6 2377 , 3 Francis H. Poley; druggist; m. Amelia 

Currin ; two children, Helen and Hor- 
ace ; he is buried at Montgomery Ceme- 
tery, Norristown, Pa. 

6 2378 4 Lincas Poley, died young; buried in Mont- 
gomery Cemetery, at Norristown, Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 337 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 2379 5 Horace S. Poky, m. Margaret Ferguson ; 

two children, Elizabeth and Francis ; 
res., Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

6 2380 6 Grace S. Poky, b. September 25, 1869 ; res. 

at Norristown, Pa. ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1956. 

POLLY DELPs (Alderfer), of Susanna Godshall* 
(Delp), of Molly Cassel 3 (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2381 1 Isaac D. Alderfer, b. September 8, 1833 ; m. 

Susanna Landis March 20, 1858; she 
was born February 2, 1839; res., Main- 
land, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

6 2382 2 George D. Alderfer, m. Mary Clemens ; res., 

Harleysville, Pa.; farmer and justice of 
the peace. 

6 2383 3 Susanna Alderfer, m. George R. Landis, 

deceased. 

6 2384 4 Mary Ann Alderfer, m. MicMel Oberholzer, 

deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1957. 

ABRAHAM DELPs, of Susanna Godshall* (Delp), of 
Molly Cassel 3 , of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2385 1 Abraham A. Delp, the auctioneer, m. Mary 

Wampole, daughter of Isaac W. Wam- 
pole, Esq., at North Wales ; res., Lans- 
dale, Pa. 



338 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1959. 

GARRET DELP 5 , of Susanna Godshall* (Delp), of 
Molly Cassel* (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 2386 1 Henry C. Delp, m. Katie Frick, b. March 9, 

1847; res., Harleysville, Pa.; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

6 2387 2 Nancy Delp, m. Charles Hildebrandt ; res., 

Harleysville, Pa. ; farmer; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. i960. 

JONAS DELPs, of Susanna Godshall* (Delp), of 
Molly Cassels (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2388 1 John Delp, m. Fannie Detweiler. 

6 2389 2 Jonas Delp, died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1961. 

ELIZABETH DELPs (Kline), of Susanna Godshall* 
(Delp). of Molly Cassel^ (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2390 1 Mary Ann Kline, m. Henry Kratz ; res., 

Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1962. 

HENRY DELPs, of Susanna Godshall* (Delp), of 
Molly Cassels (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2391 1 Emetine Delp, m. Isaac Kulp ; res., Philadel- 

phia. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 339 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2392 2 Lizzie Dclp, m. Hiram Steltz. 

6 2393 3 Hannah Dclp, m. Henry Kratz ; res., Kulps- 

ville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1963. 

ANNIE DELP 5 (Wireman), of Susanna Godshall 4 
(Delp), of Molly Cassels (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2394 1 Sarah Wireman, d., aged 13 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1964. 

GODSHALL DELP*, of Susanna Godshall 4 (Delp), of 
Molly Cassel 3 (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2395 1 Lizzie Delp, m. Dr. A. S. Rosenberger, of 

Covington, O. 

6 2396 2 Katie Delp, m. Daniel Booze. 

6 2397 3 Mattie Delp, m. Jonas S. Moyer, of Hatfield, 

Pa., editor of Hatfield Invincible, weekly 
paper. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1965. 

CATHARINE DELP* (Clemens), of Susanna God- 
shall 4 (Delp), of Molly Cassel 3 (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

6 2398 1 Lizzie Clemens, m Lyman Rosenberger,. 

manufacturer of caramel candy, and 
manager of Harleysville creamery. 



340 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1966. 

WILLIAM DELPs, of Susanna Godshall* (Delp), of 
Molly Cassel 3 (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



0«n. 


Individual 
No. 


Familj 
No. 




6 


2399 


I 


Clinton Delp, m. Kate Moyer. 


6 


2400 


2 


William Delp, graduate of the Wi 
State Normal School. 


6 


2401 


3 


Hiram Delp. 


6 


2402 


4 


Clara Delp, m. Allen Reiff. 


6 


2403 


5 


Sallie Delp, m. Frank Hendricks 


6 


2404 


6 


Mamie Delp. 


6 


2405 


7 


Lizzie Delp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1988. 

ABRAHAM C. CASSEL*, of John B.*, of Abraham 3 , of 
Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2406 1 He nry Clayton Cassel, b. December 22, 1868. 

2 Maria Viola Cassel, b. July 16, 1870. 

3 Elizabeth Gertie Cassel, b. April 1 1 , 1 874. 

4 Ada Larenea Cassel, b. October 6, 1876. 

5 Mabel Dorah Cassel, b. October 3, 1878. 

6 John Allen Cassel, b. July 19, 1885. 



6 


2407 


6 


2408 


6 


2409 


6 


2410 


6 


241 1 



CHILDREN OF No. 1990. 

LIEUT. JOHN C. CASSELs, of John B.*, of Abraham 3 . 
of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 
6 2412 1 Clement Comly Cassel, b. March 16, 1869. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 34 1 

Clement Comly Cassel, only son of John C. and Isadora 
R. Cassel, was born March 16, 1869, at Boyerstown, Berks 
county, Pa., and received his education in the public schools 
of Philadelphia, where he early developed genius and artistic 
talent. When he was seventeen years of age he apprenticed 
himself to wood carving, at the same time taking a course at 
the Spring Garden Institute, Philadelphia; at eighteen he gave 
up wood carving and took up stone, with a desire to become 
an architectural sculptor ; at nineteen he left Philadelphia and 
went to New York and took up a course of study at Pratt's 
Institute. At the present time there are many large buildings, 
such as the World, Waldorf Hotel, churches and cathedrals, 
which show his artistic taste and workmanship. He married 
Eugenia M. Lloyd, September 29, 1892, and resides at Bryn 
Mawr Yonkers, N. Y. He has one daughter, Gladys, born 
October 11, 1895, at Yonkers, N. Y. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 2413 2 Hattie Florence Cassel, b. September 1, 1870; 

m. June 22, 1895, Alfred G. Beater, of 
London, England. 

6 2414 3 Lydia Cora Cassel, b. January 6, 1876. 

o 2415 4 Alma Barnardi Cassel, b. May 13, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1991. 

CHARLES C. CASSEL*, of John B.\ of Abrahams, D f 
Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2416 1 Emma Cassel, b. 1864. 

2 John L. Cassel, "b. 1866. 

3 Isadora Cassel, b. 1868. 

4 Catharine Cora Cassel, b. 1870; d. 1875. 

5 Joseph Cassel, b. 1872. 



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2417 


6 


2418 


6 


2419 


6 


2420 



34 2 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1994. 

HENRY C. CASSEL*, of John B.\ of Abrahams, f 
Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 2421 1 Walter Elcxis Casscl, b. June 8, 1874. 

6 2422 2 Bertha Louisa Casscl, b. October 7, 1875. 

6 2423 3 Henry Clay Cassel,b. December 31, 1876; 

d. July 16, 1877. 

6 2424 4 Minerva Casscl, b. May 22, 1878. 

6 2425 5 Joseph Harrison Casscl, b. June 30, 1881. 

6 2426 6 Florence Edith Casscl, b. November 5, 1883 

6 2427 7 Anna Mabel Casscl, b. April 25, 1885; d. 

July 28, 1885. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1995. 

SARAH CASSELs, of John B.\ of Abrahams, of Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2428 1 Howard Clayton Isctt, b. September 14, 

1877. 

6 2429 2 Hattie C Isctt, b. November, 1878. 

6 2430 3 Emma Brandt Isett,b September 29, 1883. 



CHILDREN OF No. 201 1. 

JACOB STAUFFER*, of Susie Cassel' (Stauffer), of 
John 3 , of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 243 1 1 Isaiah Stauffer, b. December 21,1 865 ; lately 

written Stover. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 343 



Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 



6 2432 2 Lizzie Stauffer, or Stover, b. September 20, 

1868. 

6 2433 3 Amanda Stauffer, or Stover b. July 3, 1871. 

6 2434 4 Ellzvood Stauffer, or Stover, b. March 31, 

1874. 

6 2435 5 /V/cr Stauffer, or Stover, b. November 10, 

1876. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2012. 

WILLIAM STAUFER5, or Stover, of Susie Cassel* 
(Stauffer), of Johns, G f Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2436 1 Jane Stauffer, or Stover ; deceased ; aged 26 

years. 

6 2437 2 Henry Stauffer, or Stover. 

6 2438 3 Five more, d. in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2015. 

MARY STAUFFERs, or Stover (Underkoffler), of 
Susie Cassel* (Stauffer), of Johns, Q f Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2439 l £^ a Undtrkoffier. 

2 James Underkoffler. 

3 Susie Underkoffler. 

4 Laura Underkoffler. 

5 Sallic Underkoffler. 

6 John Underkoffler. 

7 Irwin Underkoffler. 



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2440 


6 


2441 


6 


2442 


6 


2443 


6 


2444 


6 


2445 



344 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2446 8 Ida Undcrkofflcr. 

6 2447 9 Frank Undcrkofflcr. 

6 2448 10 Stella Undcrkofflcr. 

6 2449 1 1 Harrison Undcrkofflcr. 

6 2450 12 Two died in infancy. 

All were born in Skippack township, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2016. 

MARY CASSEL* (Kriebel), of Joseph B.*, of Johns, 
of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2451 1 Susan Kriebel, b. November 16, 1853; m. 

Addison Buchhammer. 

6 2452 2 James Kriebel, b. November 11, 1857; d. 

December 9, 1857. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2018. 

SARAH CASSEL* (Kriebel), of Joseph B/, of Johns, Q f 
Rev Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

1 Rebecca Kriebel, deceased. 

2 Ellen Kriebel, deceased. 

3 Isaac Kriebel, deceased. 

4 Lawrence Kriebel, deceased ; graduated from 

Pierce's Business College. 

6 2457 5 Sylvanus Kriebel. 



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6 


2454 


6 


2455 


6 


2456 



CASSEL FAMILY. 345 

CHILDREN OF No. 2019. 

HENRY CASSELs, of Joseph B.«, of John3, of Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

6 2458 1 Mat is Vernon Cassel, m. Laura Pierson. 

6 2459 2 Ermanilda Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2020. 

EDITH CASSELs (Van Fossen), of Joseph B. 4 , of John3, 
of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 
6 2460 1 Amos Van Fossen, m. Annie Bean. 

6 2461 2 Laura Van Fossen. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2021. 

SUSANNA CASSELs (Harley), of Joseph B/ t of Johns, 
of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2462 1 Florence Harley, b. December 17, 1881 ; 

res., Germantown, Phila. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2022. 
MAHLON CASSELs, of Joseph B\ of Johns, f Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 
6 2463 1 Minnie Cassel, m. Milton Benner. 

6 2464 2 Flora Cassel, b. 1870. 

6 2465 3 Alice Cassel, b. 1 87 1 . 

6 2466 4 Mat tie Cassel, b. 1873. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2023. 

HANNAH CASSELs (Meschter), of Joseph*, of John3, 
of Rlv. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 
6 2467 1 Nellie Meschter, b. June 25, 1874. 

(C. f.— 24.) 



346 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2024. 

CHRISTIAN CASSELs, of Joseph B.\ of Johns, Q f Rev. 
Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. " 

6 2468 I Lillie Casscl, d. young. 

6 2469 2 Walter Casscl. 

6 2470 3 Mabel Casscl. 

6 2471 4 Rebecca Casscl. 

6 2472 5 Harry Casscl, d. young. 

6 2473 6 Norman Casscl, d. young. 

6 2474 7 WortJiington Casscl, d. young. 

By second marriage with Mary Harley : 
6 2475 8 Anna Casscl. 

6 2476 9 AW« Casscl. 

6 2477 10 Harrison Casscl. 

6 2478 1 1 Robert Casscl. 

6 2479 1 2 George Casscl. 

6 2480 13 {Infant) Casscl. 



CHILDREN OF No. 20.-4^. 

LEAH CASSELs (Bean), of Joseph B.«, of Johns, G f 
Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2481 1 Carrie Bean. 

6 2482 2 Harvey K. Bean, d. young. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 347 

CHILDREN OF No. 2025. 

ABRAHAM H. CASSEL*, of Isaac B.\ of John*, of 
Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Oeu. No. No. 

6 2483 1 Isaiah Casscl, b. August 31, 1858. 

6 2484 2 Mary Ann Casscl, b. October 1, i860. 

6 2485 3 Abraham K. Casscl, b. September 30, 1862. 

6 2486 4 Rebecca Casscl, b. September 16, 1864; d. 

November 8, 1866. 

6 2487 5 Sophia Casscl, b. July 8, 1866. 

6 2488 6 Emma Casscl, b. December 25, 1868. 

6 2489 7 Ajz&V Casscl, b. October 12, 1871. 

6 2490 8 Lydia K. Casscl, b. January 13, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2028. 

REBECCA H. CASSEL* (Kriebel), of Isaac \\.\ of 
John 3 , of Rev. Isaac 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2491 1 Martha Kriebel, b December 17, 1868. 

6 2492 2 Alvin Kriebel, b. May 3, 1870. 

6 2493 3 Mary Kriebel, b. November 30, 1 Sy 1. 

6 2494 4 Sarah Kriebel, b. August 4, 1873. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2102. 

HENRY KOLB5, of Jacob*, of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2495 1 Mary Kolb, m. Henry Garges. 



34^ CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2496 2 Elizabeth Kolb, m. Christian Bergey. 
6 2497 3 Henry Kolb, m. Kate Frederick. 

6 2498 4 Jacob Kolb, died young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2107. 
JOHN KOLB 5 , of John*, of Jacob*, of Elizabeth Cas- 

SEL 2 , of YELLES 1 . 

1 Sarah Kulp, m. Philip Fenstermacher. 

2 Daniel Kulp. 

3 Hannah Kulp, m. Andrew Kreider. 

4 Mary Kulp. 

5 Kate Kulp. 

6 Jacob Kulp, m. Hershey. 

7 Isaac Kulp, m. - Hershey, of Lancaster 

county, Pa. 



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2501 


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2502 


6 


2503 


6 


2504 


6 


2505 



CHILDREN OF No. 210S. 

JACOB KOLB 5 , of John 4 , of Jacob*, of Elizabeth Cas- 
sel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2506 1 John Kulp, m. Sarah Landis. 

2 Betsy Kulp, m. Abraham IV! oyer. 

3 Hannah Kulp, m. Jacob Nice. 

4 Abraham Kulp ; went West. 

5 Mary Kulp, m. Jacob Stauffer. She died ; 
he married Sarah Kulp, nee Landis, the 
widow of John Kulp. 



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2507 


6 


2508 


6 


2509 


6 


2510 



CASSEL FAMILY. 349 

CHILDREN OF No. 2109. 

ABRAHAM KULP*, of John 4 , of Jacobs, Q f Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. So. No. 

6 25 1 1 1 Mary Kulp, d. young. 

6 2512 2 Benjamin Kulp, d. single, aged 21 years. 

6 2513 3 Abraham Kitlp, m. Malinda Reiff; he died, 

aged 40 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 10. 

HENRY KOLB 5 , of John 4 , of Jacobs of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2514 1 Rebecca Kulp, b. about 1830; m. Henry 

Rushong. 

6 2515 2 Hannah Kulp, b. about 1833; m. John 

Kemmerer. 

6 2516 3 Mary Kulp,b. about 1835; m. Solomon 

Grimley ; farmer and justice of the 
peace, at Schwenksville, Pa. 

6 2517 4 Elisabeth Kulp, m. Benjamin Grimley. 

6 2518 5 Benneville Kulp, m. Emeline Godshall. 



CHILDREN OF No. 211 1. 

NANCY KOLBs (Landis), of John 4 , of Jacobs, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2519 1 Isaac Landis, m. Peggy Bechtel. 

6 2520 2 Hannah Landis, m. Henry Gehman. 
6 2521 3 Katie Landis, m. Isaac Gehman. 



35° CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

(Jen. No. No. 



6 2522 4 Abraham Landis, m. Mary Moyer. 
6 2523 5 Hairy Landis, m. Eliza Young. 

6 2524 6 Mary Landis. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 12. 

ISAAC KOLBs, of John*, of Jacobs, of Elizabeth Cas- 
sel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2525 1 Hannah Kulp, m. William Godshall. 

6 2526 2 John Kulp ; miller ; m. Sarah Ziegler. 

6 2527 3 Betsy Kulp, m. Elias Lichtel. 

6 2528 4 Maria Kulp, m. Albert Smith. 

6 2529 5 Katie Kulp, d. single, ?ged about 28 years. 

6 2530 6 Nancy Kulp, m. Christian Borneman. 

6 2531 7 Sarah Kulp, m. Isaac Godshall ; no issue. 

6 2532 8 Lsaac Kulp, m. Emeline Delp. 

6 2 533 9 Abraham Kulp, m. Deborah Markley, daugh- 
ter of Philip Markley ; res., Skippack- 
ville, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 14. 

CATHARINE KULP*, of Henrich*, of Jacobs, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2534 1 Henry K. Freed, b. December 27, 18 18; d. 

in 1880; m. Sibilla Bechtel, November 
24, 1844. 

6 2 535 2 Jacob Freed, died in infancy. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 351 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



2536 3 Jacob K. Freed, b. May 24, 1825 ; d. Febru- 

ary 21, 1890; m. Annie Ratzel, October 
20, 1850; she was born November 2, 
1830; d. April 12, 1852. He married a 
second time to Eliza Kratz, October 22, 
1 854 ; she was born September 30, 1 83 1 , 
and died February 6, 1877; resided at 
Lederachsville, Pa. 

2537 4 Abraham K. Freed, b. August 24, 1827 ; m. 

Catharine Allebach, December 19, 1852 ; 
she was born June 6, 1S33 ; d. June 30, 
1879. He married again to Zenreto 
Hauck, nee Hoffman, b. November 20, 
1828; res., Harleysville, Pa.; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

2538 5 Elias K. Freed, b. July 1, 1830; m Elizabeth 

Shutt, December 11, 1858, who was 
born July 18, 1833; died January 18, 
1S83; proprietor of North Wales flour 
mills, and President of the National 
Bank at Lansdale. 

2539 6 John K. Freed, b. March 15, 1836; m. Mary 

Alderfer, February 14, 1863, who was 
born March 4, 1835, and died February 
13, 1864; he married again to Sarah 
Faust, October 21, 1876, who was born 
September 10, 1847; res., Norristown, 
Pa. ; shoe dealer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 15. 

JACOB KULP5, of Henrich*, of Jacobs, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2540 1 Elizabeth A. Kulp,h. December 29, 1825; 



35 2 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 4540 1 m. Daniel K. Cassel, February 16, 1845, 

who was born April 22, 1820; res., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

6 2541 2 Mary Kulp, b. January 28, 1828; m. Abra- 

ham K. Cassel, born March 28, 1822; 
d. September 1 1, 1892 ; of Harleysville, 
Pa. 

6 2542 3 Susanna Kulp, b. April 7, 1830; m. John 

Wile, born March 30, 1827; maker of 
trusses and supporters, near Harleysville, 
Pa. 

6 2 543 4 Sallie Kulp, b. August 26, 1832; d. Novem- 
ber 8, 1883; ra. Josiah Clemmer, now 
minister and bishop in the Franconia 
district, who was born May I, 1827; P. 
O., Souderton. He married a second 
time to Lydia Derstein. 

6 2544 5 Henry Kulp, b. October 20 1834; d., aged 3 

years, 6 months. 

5 2545 6 Katie Kulp, b. February 7, 1837; d , aged 

1 year, 3 months. 

6 2 546 7 Jonas A. Kulp, b. March 28, 1839; m. Mary 

Swartley, daughter of John Swartley ; 
they moved to Anderson county, Kan- 
sas ; owns a plantation ; is engaged in 
farming and stock raising. 

6 2547 8 William Kulp, b. August 16, 1841 ; m. 

Maggie Fleckenstein ; resided near 
Royersford, Pa. ; farmer. 

6 2548 6 Samuel Kulp, b. November 1, 1844; d. Au- 
gust 22, 1847. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 353 

Iu'iividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 2549 10 Jacob A. Kulp,h. April I, 1848; m. Sarah 

Delp, who died March 24,1884; he 
married again, to Eliza Young ; res., 
Harleysville, Pa. ; farmer. 

6 2550 11 Annie Kulp, b. November 25, 1850; m. 

Isaac Delp ; res., Mainland, Pa. ; no 
issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2 116. 

POLLY KULP5 (Hendricks) of Henrich*, of Jacob*, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2551 1 Benjamin Hendricks, b. December 4, 1835 ; 

m. Sophia Wambold; d. August 1, 1871. 

6 2552 2 Susanna Hendricks, b. February 17, 1839; 

m. Christian Rosenberger, December 15, 
i860, who was born February 5, 1832; 
res., Lansdale. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 17. 

HENRY KULP5, of Hen-rich-*, of Jacob*, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2553 1 Catharine Kulp, b. March 10, 1833 ; m. John 

Moyer. 

6 2554 2 Jacob Kulp, b. April 28, 1824; m. Barbara 

Nice. 

6 2555 3 Samuel Kulp, b. December 19, 1835 ; m. 

Amanda Frick. 

6 2556 4 Henry Kulp, b. September 25, 1839; m. 

Kate Ziegler. 



354 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2557 5 Susanna Kulp, b. April 16, 1841 ; m. Francis 

Frick. 

6 2558 6 Michael Kulp, b. February 19, 1845 ; m. 

Sarah Bergey. 

6 2559 7 Lizzie Kulp; b. June 4, 1847; m. Henry 

Bergey. 

6 2560 8 Sarah Kulp, h. September 2, 1851 ; m. Enos 

Moyer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 18. 

ABRAHAM KULPs, of Henrich*, of Jacobs, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2561 1 Jacob Kulp, m. Barbara Bergey, who died; 

he married Lizzie Moyer ; res., Franco- 
nia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2120. 

WILLIAM KOLBs, of Henrich*, of Jacobs, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2562 1 Emma Kulp, m. Frank Nice ; res., Harleys- 

ville, Pa. 

6 2563 2 Lizzie Kulp, d., aged 21 years; unmarried. 

6 2564 3 Sallie Kulp. 

6 2565 4 Katie Kulp, d., aged 18 years; unmarried. 

6 2566 5 Abraham Kulp. 



CASS EL FAMILY. 355 

CHILDREN OF No. 2121. 

SAMUEL KULPs, of Henrich*, of Jacobs, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 
G«n. No. No. 

6 2567 I Susanna W.Kolb,d. single, aged 21 years, 

3 months, 13 days. 

6 2568 2 Henry IV Kulp,m. Annie Ziegler ; res., 

Lancaster, Pa. 

6 2569 3 Samuel IV Kulp, m. Anna Kurtz; res., 

Ephrata, Lancaster county, Pa. 

6 2570 4 William W. Kulp, m. Lydia Martin, residing 

at Mechanicsburg, Lancaster county, 
Pa. ; cigar manufacturer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2122. 

NANCY KULP^ (Kulp), of Henrich*. of Jacob^ of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2571 1 Deborah Kulp, b. July 26, 1842. 

6 2572 2 Katie Kulp, X). November 12, 1843. 

6 2573 3 Elias Kulp, b. December 9, 1845 ! m - An- 

geline Ziegler. 

6 2574 4 Mary Kulp, b. May 27, 1850; m. Jacob 

Beck. 

6 2575 5 Elizabeth Kolb, b. December 24, 1856; d 

July 23, 1883. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2123. 

NANCY ZIEGLERs (Moyer), of Barbara Kulp* (Zieg- 
ler), of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2576 1 Samuel Moyer. 



356 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2577 2 Barbara Moyer, m. Simon Gerhard. 

6 2578 3 Annie Moyer, m. Samuel Harley. (See No. 

l 9 l 3-) 



CHILDREN OF No. 2124. 

JACOB ZIEGLERs, of Barbara Kulp< (Ziegler), of 
Jacobs, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2579 1 Abraham Ziegler, m. Susan Ziegler; res., 

Lederachsville. 

6 2580 2 Barbara Ziegler, m. Frederick Godshall ; 

res., Philadelphia. 

6 2581 3 Katie Ziegler, m. Henry Charles. 

6 2582 4 Nancy Ziegler m. George S. Ziegler. 

6 2 5 8 3 5 Samuel Ziegler, m. Sarah Musselman. 

6 2584 6 Jacob Ziegler,- m.W\s>s Zendt. 

6 2585 7 William Ziegler, m. Leah Kreitz. 

6 2586 8 Sarah Ziegler. 

6 2587 - 9 Hannah Ziegler. 

6 2588 10 Mw/V Ziegler, m. Mat Cohoe. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2124a. 

CATHARINE ZIEGLER* (Alderfer), of Barbara 
Kuli'4 (Ziegler), of Jacobs, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2589 1 Michael Alderfer; d. single, aged 20 years. 

6 2590 2 Benjamin Alderfer, m. Sarah Harley. 

6 2591 3 Elizabeth Alderfer, m. Christian Allebach. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



357 



CHILDREN OF No. 2125. 

ELIZABETH LEDERACH^ (Schumacher), of Mag- 
dalen Kolb 4 (Lederach), of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 

So. 



Gen. No. 

6 2592 



6 
6 
6 
6 



2593 

2594 

2595 
2596 



1 Adam Shoemaker, b. September 10, 1828; 

m. Katie Hartzel. 

2 Michael L. Shoemaker, b. August 5, 1830; 

m. Mary Reiff. 

3 John L. Shoemaker, b. July 7, 1 833 ; m. Mar- 

tha Eaton. 

4 Alary L. Shoemaker, b. August 9, 1836; m. 

Aaron Walter. 

5 Ann L. Shoemaker, b. October 23, 1839; m 

Caleb Hunsberger. 



CHILD REN OF No. 2150. 

SUSIE KOLRs (Wismer). of Henry*, of Yelles 3 , „f 
Elizabeth Cassi l 2 , of Yklles 1 . 

6 2597 1 Henry Wismer, m. Mary Cole 

2 Susanna Wismer, m. John Bergey 

3 David Wismer, m. Sarah Bergey 

4 Abraham Wismer, m. Sophia Allebach, who 
died; he m., again, Frany L:mdis. 



2598 

2599 
2600 



CHILDREN OF No. 2151. 

KATIE KOLRs (Gotwals), of Henry 4 , of Yelles 3 , of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 
6 2601 1 Fannie Gotwals, m. Timothy Price. 

6 2602 2 Katie Gotwals, m. Garret Cole. 



35 8 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2152. 

HENRY KULPs, of Jacob*, of Yelles*, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Iu<Mviiiual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

6 2603 1 Mary Ann Knlp, b. January 20, 1844; m. 

Peter Clemmer. 

6 2604 2 Sarah Knlp, b. January 18, 1847; m - David 

Allebach. 

6 2605 3 Josiah Knlp, b. February 14, 1850; cl. 1857. 

6 2606 4 Lizzie Kulp,b. 1852; d. 1853. 

6 2607 5 Maggie Knlp, b. August 24, 1853; m. Ben- 

jamin F. Markley, November 25, 1873. 

6 2608 6 Lydia Knlp, b. September 22, 1856; m. De- 
cember 31, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2154. 

JACOB KULPs, of Jacoi. 4 , of Yelles^, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2609 1 Isaac Knlp, m. Susan Hacock. 

6 2610 2 Abraham Knlp, m. Caroline Wolford. 

6 261 1 3 Margaret Knlp. 

6  26 1 2 4 John Knlp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2155. 

POLLY KULPs (Moyer), of Jacob 4 of Yelles3, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2615 1 Samuel Moyer, m. Annie Shelly. 

6 2616 2 Jacob Moyer. 

6 2617 3 Maggie Moyer, m. Frank Heckler. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 359 

CHILDREN OF No. 2167. 

ABRAHAM KULP 5 , of Jacob*, of Dillman3, of Eliza- 
beth CasseL 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 2620 1 Jacob Z. Kulp, b. April 12, 1832; m. Maria 

Bowman, July 5, 1857; she was born 
Dec. 8, 1839; res., Waterloo county, 
Ontario. 

6 2621 2 Catharine Kolb, m. Jacob C. Bowman ; res., 

Michigan. 

6 2622 3 Menno Z. Kulp, m. Sarah Jacobs ; res., Colo- 
rado City, Colorado. 

6 2623 4 Nancy Z. Kulp, m. Josiah Schantz ; res., 

Kansas. 

6 2624 5 Dillman Z. Kulp, m. Hannah Moyer; res., 

Berlin, Ontario. 

6 2625 6 Mary Ann Kolb, m. Abraham Jacobs, of 

Waterloo ; he died ; she married again 
to John Hoffman. 



CHILDREN OF No 2168. 
TOBIAS KULP 5 , of Jacob*, of Dillman, of Elizabeth 
Cassel", of Yelles 1 . 

6 2625 1 Elizabeth Kulp, b. August 15, 1834; m. 

Noah Weber, at Strasburg. Ontario. 

6 2626 2 Catharine Kulp, b. June 12, 1832; m. 

Thomas Murphy, June 19, 1855; he 
was born January 12, 1832; she died 
January 30, 1864. 

6 2627 3 Henry Kulp, b. March 25, 1838; died un- 

married. 



360 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Indi vidua Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2628 4 Joseph Kulp, b. August 30, 1839; m - Nancy 

Stauffer, October 16, 1866 ; she was born 

10, 1843. 

6 2629 5 Lydia Kulp, b. February 19, 1842; m. 

Henry Otterbein. 

6 2630 6 Isaac Kulp, b. June 1, 1844; m. Rebecca 

Detweiler. 

6 2631 7 Hauuafi Kulp, b. April 27, 1848 ; m. William 

Stengel. 

6 2632 8 Ellas Kulp, b. July 20 1854; m. Rebecca 

Sand. 

All of Waterloo county, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2169. 

MOLLY KULPs (Erb), of Jacob*, of Dillma^, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles\ 

1 Joseph Erb, m. Nancy Schwartz. 

2 Cyrus Erb, m Sarah Schwartz. 

3 Jacob Erb, m Julia Bowman ; secondly 
Katie Hudson. 

4 Abraham Erb, m Margaret Wallace. 

5 Levi Erb, m. Mary Ann Hast. 

6 Benjamin Franklin Erb, m. Lizzie Ross. 

7 Hannah Erb, m. Abraham Hagy. 

8 Lena Erb, unmarried. 
All of Preston, Waterloo county, Canada. 



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2638 


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2639 


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CASSEL FAMILY. 36 1 

CHILDREN OF No. 2170. 

LYDIA KULPs (Schantz), of Jacob*, of Dillmans, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 

No. 



Oen. 

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1 Josiah Scliantz, m. Nancy Kulp. 

2 Catharine Scliantz, m. Solomon Eby. 

3 Christian Scliantz, m. Mary Hutchison ; 
res., Dakota. 

4 Abraham Schantz, m. Mary Ankony, of 
Colorado city. 

5 Benjamin Schantz, m. Mary Eby ; res., 
Hudson county, Ontario 

6 Menno Scliantz, d. unmarried. 

7 Lydia Schantz, m. Amos Snyder, of Bloom- 
ingdale. 

8 Sarah Schantz, m. Henry Snyder. 

9 Enoch Sch'intz, d. unmarried. 
All born in Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2171. 

HANNAH KULPs (Bricker), of Jacob*, of Dillman3, of 

Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2650 1 Henry Bricker, m. Lamb ; res., 

Montreal. 

6 265 1 2 Menno Bricker, m. Hagey. 

6 2652 3 Joseph Bricker, m. Goudy ; res., 

Festonville, Ontario, 
(c. F.-25.) 



3^2 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gea. No. No. 



6 2653 4 Lydia Bricker, m. Menno Schantz ; res., 

Berlin, Ontario. 

6 2654 5 Mary Ann Bricker, m. Benjamin Clemens ; 

res., Berlin, Ontario. 

6 2655 6 Ephraim Bricker, m. Cook; res., 

Berlin, Ontario. 

6 2656 7 Azw/z Bricker, m. Molly Erb ; res., Berlin, 

Ontario. 
All born in Waterloo county, Ontario. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2182. 

GARRET KULPs, of Henry', of Henrico, of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2657 1 Henry F. Kulp, m. Sarah Markley. 

6 2658- 2 Francis F. Kulp, m. Annie Landis. 

6 2659 3 S«.y<z/z /^. AT////. 

6 2660 4 J/tfrj Z 7 . Kulp. 

6 2661 5 /raw*: F. Kulp, m. Sallie Kulp. 
All of Lucon, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2184. 

ISAAC KULPs, of Henry*, of Henkichs, of Elizabeth 
Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2662 1 Emma Kulp, b. May 18, 1858; m. Isaac 

Franz, a preacher in the Dunkard or 
Brethren Church ; res., Ohio. 

6 2663 2 Sallie Kulp,b. January 18, 1867; m. Charles 

A. Wagner. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 363 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 2664 3 Horace Kulp, b. March 2, 1872; single. 

6 2665 4 John Kulp, b. December 6, 1875 ; single. 

All of Grater's Ford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2187. 

WILLIAM REIFFs, G f Elizabeth Kolb* (Reiff ),!of 
H enrich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

6 2666 1 Savilian Reiff. 

2 Emanuel Reiff. 

3 Jacob Raff. 

4 Irwin Rciff. 

5 Charles Rciff. 

6 Mary Rciff. 
All of Philadelphia. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2188. 

HENRY REIFFs, of Elizabeth Kolb* (Reiff ), of Hen- 
rich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

6 2672 1 Elizabeth Reiff, b. December 30, 1842; m. 

Robert E. Lynch, August, 1869; d. 
1 89 1 ; children: Edith (deceased), Rob- 
ert (deceased), Clarence and Emmet. 

6 2673 2 Mary Ann Rciff, b. April 12, 1844; m. Isaac 

Gregg, May, 1867; she died November 
23, 1892; children: Maria Eugenie, 
Oliver Ormsley and Florence. 

6 2674 3 Nathaniel Rciff, b. September 21, 1845; d. 

September 9, 1848. 



364 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Inilividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2675 4 Isaac Rciff, b. September 10, 1847 ; m. Mar- 

garet Crowell, January, 1866; children; 
Irene, Blanche, Annie C, William and 
Grace. 

7 1 Annie C. Reiff, m. Samuel F. McKnight, 

September, 1893. Children: 

1 Eleanor McKnight. 

2 Martlia McKnight. 

5 Catharine Reiff, b. September 29, 1849; d. 
March 9, 1855. 

6 Susanna Reiff, b. February 7, 1 85 1 ; d 
March 4, 1855. 

7 Jane Reiff, b. December 9, 1852 ; d. August 
9- 1853. 

8 Emma Reiff, b. June 12, 1854; d. April 13, 
1855. 

9 Elijah Reiff, b. August 24, 1855. 

10 Annie Maria Reiff, b. February 21, 1H57. 
All of Philadelphia. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2189. 

JOHN REIFF*, of Elizabeth Kolb< (Rciff), of Hen- 
rich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

6 2678 1 Mary Reiff, m. Samuel Weikel ; second, 

George Zimmerman. 

6 2679 2 Lizzie Reiff, d. single. 

6 2680 3 Annie Reiff, unmarried ; res., Philadelphia. 

6 2681 4 Sallic Reiff, unmarried. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 365 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 2682 5 John Rciff, single ; teacher in Normal Col- 
lege, at Huntingdon, Pa. 

6 a 6 Isaiah Rciff, m. Clara Gotwals. 

6 b 7 Martha Rciff, m. John Bechtel. 

All of Yerkes, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2190. 

MARY REIFFs (Cassel), of Elizabeth Kolb* (Reiff), 
of Henrich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

6 2683 1 Lizzie Cassel, b. November 27, 1845 ; d. July 

15, 1848. 

6 2684 2 Isaac R. Cassel, b. July 6, 1849; d. 1894; 

children. 

6 2685 3 Sylvanus Cassel, b. November 24, 1856; d. 

November 26, 1856. 

6 2686 4 John R. Cassel, A. M., LL. B., b. November 

24, 1856, at Cedars, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; is a member of the Philadelphia 
bar, and practicing attorney. 

6 2687 5 Annie R. Cassel, b. February 27, i860. 

6 2688 6 Emanuel R. Cassel, b. November 11, 1862. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2193. 

MARY K. MOYERs (Stauffer or Stover), of Molly 
Kolb 4 (Moyer), of Henrich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), 
of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

6 2689 1 David Stover, m. Emma Godshall ; res., 

Kulpsville, Pa.; farmer; have four 
children. 



366 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2197. 

BARBARA K. MOYERs (Heckler), of Molly Kolb* 
(Moyer), of Henrich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yel- 
les Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

6 2690 1 Irvin M. Heckler, b. July 26, 1858; m. 

Minnie Stewart, October 1887; no 
issue; railway mail service; res., Lincoln, 
Nebraska. 

2 Henry Horace Heckler, b. March 27, 1861 ; 
R. R. machinist. 

3 Jesse M. Heckler, b. July 28, 1862 ; d. Octo- 
ber 27, 1885. 

4 John M. Heckler, b. August 18, 1865. 

5 Mary Elizabeth Heckler, b. June 9, 1867 ; d. 

January 24, 1869. 

6 2695 6 William M. Heckler, b. September 14, 1872. 

John and William are bank clerks, employed by Saxton 
National Bank, at St. Joseph, Missouri. Irvin, the oldest, is 
the only one married (January 13, 1894). 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2198. 

SUSIE K. MOYER* (Harley), of Molly Kolb* (Moyer), 
of Henrich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 , 

6 2696 1 Lillie Harley. 

6 2697 2 Ellic Harley. 

6 2698 3 John Moyer Harley. 

All of North Wales, Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 367 

CHILDREN OF No. 2199. 

LYDIA K. MOYERs (Freed), of Molly Kolb* (Moyer), 
of Hexrich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cas- 
sel 1 . 

Individual Family 

G>n. No. No. 

6 2699 i Lizzie Freed. 
6 2700 2 Annie Freed. 
6 2701 3 Martha Freed. 

6 2702 4 Lydia Freed. 
6 2703 5 William Freed. 

All of Worcester. P. O., Cedars, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2200. 

ISAAC K. MOYER 5 , of Molly Kolb* (Moyer), of 
Hexrich 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

6 2704 1 Ambrose Moyer. 

6 2705 2 Clarence Moyer. 

Both of Norristown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2201. 

HENRY D. KULP 5 , of John*, of Hexrich 3 , of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

6 2706 1 Ellen Kulp, m. Percival Gabel, Norristown, 

Pa. 

7 2707 2 Alary Kulp, m. John C. Cole, Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2204. 

ELIAS KULP 5 , of Benjamin 4 , of Hexrich 3 , of Eliza- 
beth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 
6 2708 1 Howarct Z. Kulp ; of Lederachsville, Pa. 



368 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2217. 

NATHANIEL RITTENHOUSE 6 , of Catharine Cas- 
sel 5 (Rittenhouse), of Jacob 4 , of Yelles 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



7 2709 I A son, d. in infancy. 

7 2710 2 Joseph M. Rittenhouse ;b. February 11, 1862; 

res., Portsmouth, Va. 

7 271 1 3 John A. Rittenhouse, b. January 13, 1865; 

m. Paddie E. Ridont ; Belfield, Va. 

7 2712 4 Sarah Rittenhouse, b. July 13, 1863. 

7 2713 5 Hannah Alvaretta Rittenhouse, b. June 27, 

1869. 

7 2714 6 Susanna Rittenhouse, b. September 6, 1871. 

7 2715 7 Jacob G. Rittenhouse, b. April 6, 1873. 

7 2716 8 Samuel C. Rittenhouse, b. September 10, 1875. 

7 2717 9 David Rittenhouse, b. November 5, 1878 ; d. 

June 16, 1880. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2218. 

JACOB C. RITTENHOUSE 6 , of Catharine Cassia 
(Rittenhouse), of Jacob 4 , of Yelles 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

7 2718 1 Emma Jane Rittenhouse, b. July 31, 18 7 1; d. 

December 18, 1871. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2219. 

SAMUEL C. RITTENHOUSE 6 , of Catharine Cassel* 
(Rittenhouse), of Jacob 4 , of Yelles 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

7 2719 1 Mary Catharine Rittenhouse, b. April 2, 1864. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 369 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 2720 2 Joseph Roy Rittenhouse, b. April 25, 1870; 

m. Hannah A. Rittenhouse, November 
2, 1890. 

7 2721 3 Frank Hart Rittenhouse, b. May 10, 1873; 

m. J. F. M. Warner. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2220. 

MARY C. RITTENHOUSE 6 (Hoover), of Catharine 
Cassel 5 (Rittenhouse), of Jacob 4 , of Yelles 3 , of John 2 , of 
Yelles 1 . 

7 2722 1 Catharine Elizabeth Hoover, b. February 1, 

1864; of Wadsworth, Medina county, 
Ohio ; public school teacher ; she m. 
Henry Kilmer, April 5, 1884; have one 
child, Efhe Irene Kilmer, b. June 5, 1885. 

7 2723 2 Norman Nathaniel Hoover, b. April 25, 

1869; res., Warrensburg P. O., Mo.; 
public school teacher; at present (1895) 
attending State Normal School, at War- 
rensburg, preparing for a professorship ; 
began teaching at the age of 17 years; 
was m. to Lucy L. Blacksten, July 27, 
1890 ; no issue. 

7 2724 3 Mary Nettie Mina Hoover, b. September 27, 

1877; her address is Mount Morris, 111.; 
taking a course of instruction in Mount 
Morris College, preparing for teacher. 

7 2725 4 Essie Susanna Hoover, h July 24, 1879; her 

address is Chatham Centre, O. ; she is 
attending the district school, preparing 
for teaching. 

7 2726 5 Mina or Wilhelmina Rittenhouse Hoover. 



37° CASSEL FAMILY. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2221. 



ELIZABETH C. RITTENHOUSE 6 (Robinson), of 
Catharine Gassel* (Rittenhouse), of Jacob*, of Yelles^, of 
John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 



Tri'Jividua Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 2727 1 Ann Jcnctt Robinson, b. February 22, 1855 ; 

m. Dr. W. B. Cook, July 3, 1873; no 
issue. 

7 2728 2 Elizabeth R. Robinson, b. December 27, 1856; 

m. Frank P. Parker, May 15, 1875 ; child- 
ren : Gordon M. and Frederick R. 

7 2729 3 Alfrctta C.Robinson, b. January 24, 1859; 

d. April 22, 1864. 

7 2730 4 Mary M. Robinson, b. April 7, 1861 ; m. 

Albert Lentz, June 21, 1877; children: 
Edward M., Lieunetta, Emerald L., 
George L., Imogene, Charlotte. 

7 2731 5 Martha C. Robinson, b. December 7, 1862; 

m. William Daniels, March 8, 1883: one 
child, Fidelid E. 

7 2732 6 Seth S. Robinson, b. February 1, 1865 ; m. 

Zetta Bueal, April 15, 1S88; three child- 
ren : Kirke, Howard E., Vera E. 

7 2733 7 Imogene F. Robinson, b. February 8, 1867; 

m. Sylvester C. Derby, May 22, 1888; 
one child, Randall. 

7 2734 8 James W. Robinson, b. March 27, 1870; un- 

married. 

7 2735 9 Joseph E. Robinson, b. February 2, 1873; d. 

February 18, 1874. 

7 2736 10 Edna A. Robinson, b. March 21, 1876; un- 
married. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 37 I 



Individual Family 

Geu. No. So. 



7 2737 11 Clifford J. Robinson, I twins, b. March 

7 2738 12 Gertrude A. Robinson, J 28, 1879. Ger- 
trude d. November 23, 1880. 

The address of the parents of the above named children 
is Milford, Kosciusko county, Indiana. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2247. 

ISAIAH CASSEL 6 , of Abrahams, of Benjamin*, of 
Jacob 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

7 2739 1 Clara B. Cassel, b. November 17, 1866; m. 

B. F. Rittenhouse, January 18, 1 89 1 ; 
residence, Norristown, Pa. 

2 Cyrus H. Cassel, b. September 6, 1868. 

3 Emma C Cassel, b. October 6, 1869. 

4 Mary A. Cassel, b January 5, 1871 ; m. 
Staid Hagner, 1893; one child, Clara. 

5 Maggie J. Cassel, b. January 26, 1873. 

6 Sallie A. Cassel, b. September 9, 1874; d. 
February 26, 1888. 

7 John H. Cassel, b. December 8, 1876. 

8 William M. Cassel, b. November 8, 1877; 
d. December 31, 1884. 

9 Susanna Cassel, b. January 26, 1879. 

10 Marthcrctta Cassel, b. January 26, 188 1 ; d. 
May 26, 1 88 1. 

1 1 Isaiah C Cassel, b. June 26, 1883. 

12 Abraham B. Cassel, b. June 30, 1886. 



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372 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2248. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL 6 , of Abrahams, Q f Benjamin*, 
of Jacob 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Familv 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2751 I Cliarlcs C. Blattner, b. June 25, 1871. 

7 2752 2 George Blattner, b. August 5, 1872. 

7 2753 3 Joseph Blattner, b. September 15, 1873. 

7 2754 4 Abraham Blattner, b. April 16, 1875 ; de- 

deased. 

7 2755 5 Mary Blattner, b. October 10, 1876; d. 

d. August 14, 1877. 

6 Frank Blattner, b. November 28, 1877. 

7 Aaron Blattner, b. July I, 1879. 

8 Ella Blattner, b. March 6, 1882. 

9 Maggie Blattner. b. July 1 1, 1884. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2249. 

CORNELIUS CASSEL 6 , of Abrahams, Q f Benjamin*, 
of Jacob 2 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

7 2760 1 Emma F. Cassel, b. March 30, 1868, at Nor- 

ritonville, Pa.; m. January 7, 1892, to 
Alexander McCoy, of Bridgeport, Pa. 

7 2761 2 Hannah M. Cassel, b. November 12, 1869, 

at Marble Hall, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 373 

CHILDREN OF No. 2250. 

ABRAHAM CASSEL 6 , of Abrahams, Q f Benjamin*, of 
Jacob 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

Iu'livi'iual Family 

Gen. No. No. " 

7 2762 1 Henry Cassel, b. December 12, 1870; d. 

April 6, 1875. 

7 2763 2 Jonas Cassel, b. March 19, 1872. 

7 2764' 3 £y«> Cassel, b. September 12. 1873. 

7 2765 4 Susanna Cassel, b. March 20, 1875. 

7 2766 5 Garret A. Cassel, b. March 14, 1877. 

7 2767 6 Abraham A. Cassel, b. November 13, 1878; 

d. April 1, 1880. 

7 2768 7 David A. Cassel, b. July 6, 1881. 

7 2769 8 Helena A. Cassel, b. July 23, 1883. 

7 2770 9 George A. Cassel, b. December 22, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2251. 

SUSANNA CASSEL 6 (Nice), of Abrahams, of Benja- 
min 4 , of Jacob 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

1 Mary C. Nice, b. February 13, 1870 

2 Caroline C Nice, b. November i, 1871. 

3 Flora C. Nice, b. February 13, 1874. 

4 Howard C Nice, b. June 17, 1875. 

5 Susie C. Nice, b. April 14, 1877; d. August 

14, 1877. 

7 2776 6 Benjamin C Nice, b. December 23, 1878. 



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374 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 2 777 7 franklin C. Nice. 

7 2778 8 Martha C. Nice, b. March 10, 1883; d. 

August 24, 1883. 

7 2 779 9 Mabel C. Nice, b. Sept. 26, 1884. 

7 2780 10 Walter C. Nice, b. September 16, 1886; d. 

March 27, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2252. 

MARY CASSEL 6 (Kriebel), of Abrahams, G f Benjamin*, 
of Jacob 3 , of John 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

7 2781 I William Kriebel, b. September 28, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF J\o. 2255. 

ISAAC BEYER 6 , of Elizabeth Cassel* (Beyer), of 
Benjamin 4 , of Jacob 3 , of John 2 , of Yeli.es 1 . 

7 27S2 1 Elizabeth Beyer, b. January 29, 1866. 

7 2783 2 Wilson Beyer, b. February 7, 1868. 

7 2784 3 Howard Beyer, b. December 17, 1874. 

7 2785 4 Jacob Abner Beyer, b. July 9, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2381. 

ISAAC D. ALDERFER 6 , ot Polly Delp* (Alderfer), of 
Susanna Godshall 4 (Delp), of Moi.ly Cassel 3 (Godshall), of 
Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

7 2786 1 Abraham L, Alderfer, b. October 7, 1 86 1 ; 

m. Amanda F. Kratz, January 5, 1889, 



CASSEL FAMILY. 375 



[ndi vidua] Family 
Gen. N". No, 



7 5786 1 who was born November 20, 1866; 

children : Bertha, Warren, Susie. 

7 2787 2 Lizzie L. Alderfer, b. December 8, 1862 ; m. 

Michael Kramer, August 31, 1882; 
children : Alice, Susie, Elsie. 

7 2788 3 Frank Alderfer, b October 11, 1864; m. 

Kate Landis, January 8, 1887; b. June 
16, 1867; children: Cora, Horace, Edith 
Ephraim. 

7 2789 4 Isaac L. Alderfer, h. August 18, 1868; m 

Ellie O. Moyer, April 9, 1892, b. De- 
cember 20, 1873 ; one child : Dayton. 

7 2790 5 Isaiah L. Alderfer, b. August 11, 1866; m. 

Mary Y. Landis, April 17, 1886, b De- 
cember 28, 1865 ; children : Wilmer, 
Ellie. 

7 2791 6 Henry L. Alderfer, b. October 31, 1870; m. 

Amelia M. Alderfer, January 21, 189;, 
she was b. November 10, 1869; child: 
Alice. 

7 2792 7 Samuel L. Alderfer, b. July 30, 1872; in. 

Kate S. Cassel, November 3, 1894, she 
was born July 5, 1871. 

7 2793 8 Mary L. Alderfer, b. January 11, 1876; m. 

Wallace Croll, March g, 1895, he was 
born September 16, 1872. 

7 2794 9 Susie L. Alderfer, b. February 19, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2382. 

GEORGE D. ALDERFER 6 , of Polly Delp* (Alderfer), 
of Susanna Godshall 4 (Delp), of Molly Cassel 3 (Godshall), 

of FlUPERT 2 , of YELLES 1 . 



37^ CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 2795 1 Alvin Alderfer, b. November 9, 1869; m. 

Mary Alderfer, 1890. 

7 2796 2 Lizzie C. Alderfer, b. June 24, 1873; m. R. 

A. Allebach, February 6, 1892. 

7 2797 3 ^tz?2<2 7lf«rj Alderfer, b. July 8, 1875; d. 

young. 

7 2798 4 George Alderfer, b. March 8, 1 877. 

7 2799 5 Harry Alderfer, b. April 23, 1 88 1. 

7 2800 7 Garret Alderfer, b. September 4, 1871 ; d. 

young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2383. 

SUSANNA ALDERFER 6 (Landis), of Polly Delp 5 
(Alderfer), of Susanna Godshall 4 (Delp), Molly Cassel 3 
(Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

7 2801 1 Irvin Landis. 

7 2802 2 Wilson Landis. 

7 2803 3 Norvian Landis. 

7 2804 4 Minerva Landis. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2384. 

MARY ANN ALDERFER 6 (Oberholzer). of Polly 
Delp 5 (Alderfer), of Susanna Godshall 4 (Delp), of Molly 
Cassel 3 (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , of Yelles 1 . 

7 2805 1 Quinton Oberholzer ; deceased. 

7 2806 2 Abraham Oberholzer ; deceased. 

7 2807 3 Lizzie Oberholzer. 

7 2808 4 Harry Oberholzer ; deceased. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 377 

CHILDREN OF No. 2385. 

ABRAHAM A. DELP 6 , of Abraham Depps, of Susanna 
Godshall 4 (Delp;, of Molly Cassel 3 (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2809 I Warren Dclp, d., aged 8 years. 

7 2810 2 Lizzie Dclp, d. in infancy. 

7 28 1 1 3 Howard Dclp, b. 1 869. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2386. 

HENRY C. DELP 6 , of Garret Delp*, of Susanna 
Godshall 4 (Delp), of Molly Cassel 3 (Godshall), of Hupert 2 , 
of Yelles 1 . 

7 2812 1 Jennie F. Dclp, b. July 3, 1869; m. Garret 

S Nice, November 17, 1888. 

7 2813 2 EUie F Delp, b. July 10, 1873. 

7 2814 3 Katie F. Dclp, b January 21, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2514. 

REBECCA KULP 6 (Roshong). of Henry Kulps, of 
John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

1 Caroline K. Roshong, b. February 26, 1853. 

2 Malara K. Roshong, b. September 8, 1854. 

3 Franklin K. Roshong, b. March 7, 1861 ; de- 
ceased. 

4 Benncvillc K. Roshong, b. January, 1863; 
deceased. 



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Individua Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 2819 5 Amandus K. Roshong, b. September 1, 

1865. 

7 2820 6 Calvin K. Roshong, b. January 23, 1867. 

7 2821 7 Anna Elizabeth K. Roshong, b. June 9, 1869; 

deceased. 

7 2822 8 Henry Horace K. Roshong, b. March 30, 

1871. 

7 2823 9 Jerome K. Roshong, b. May 7, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2515. 

HANNAH KULP 6 , of Henrys, Q f John*, of Jacobs, Q f 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

7 2824 I Henry K. Kemmcrcr, b. March 23, 1852; 

deceased. 

2 John K. Kemmcrcr, b. December 14, 1854 

3 Elizabeth K. Kemmcrcr, b. November 23, 
1856. 

4 Allen K. Kemmcrcr, b. August 21, 1859 

5 Amanda K. Kemmerer, b. April 18, 1862. 

7 2829 6 Jacob K. Kemmcrcr, b. December 27. 1863; 

deceased. 

7 2830 7 Hannah K. Kemnurcr, b. January 12, [868. 

7 2831 8 Wilson K. Kemmcrcr, b. August 29, 1869. 

7 2832 9 Sallie K. Kemmcrcr, b. January 14, 1872; 

deceased. 

7 2833 10 Howard K. Kemmerer, b. October 19, 1874. 

7 2834 11 Augustus K. Kemmerer, b. July 15, 1876. 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 379 

CHILDREN OF No. 2516. 

MARY KULP 6 (Grimley). of Henrys, f John*, of 
Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. So. No. 

7 2835 1 Isaac Henry K. Grimley, ^^ b Dec 

7 2836 2 Mary Elizabeth K. Grimley,) ->> 5/- 

Isaac died January 28, 1858 ; M?ry died 
January 27, 1858. 



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Kate K. Grimley, b. March 24, 1859. 



4 Tvcvi' K. Grimier, ^ . . , c , 
^ ( twins, b. September 29, 

5 Olivia K. Grimley, ) 

6 Clinton K. Grimley, b. January 31, 1864. 

7 Hannah K. Grimley, b. June 27, 1866. 

8 Solomon K. Grimley, b. July 9, 1869. 

9 Jacob K. Grimley, ~) 

> twins, b. April 27, 1872. 

10 Clara K. Grimley,) 

Jacob died September i, 1872; Clara 
died March 13, 1873 

7 284 s 11 Elmira K. Grimley. ") . , T 

' ^ J J (twins, b. January 24, 

7 2846 12 Ellen K. Grimley, \ ' 4 ' 

Elmira died April 13, 1875; Ellen died 
October 13, 1877. 

7 2847 13 Frederick K. Grimley, b. February, 17, 1877 ; 

d. August 13, 1877. 

Solomon Grimley, Esq , thinks his wife, Mary Kulp 
Grimley, who died at the age of 44 years, mother of thirteen 
children, would carry the banner over all the Kulp families, 
as having given birth to twins four times — three times pairs, 
one boy and one girl ; the fourth and last time, two girls. 



380 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2517. 

ELIZABETH KULP 6 (Grimlcy), of Henrys, f John*, 
of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2848 1 Abel K. Grimley,b. 1858; deceased. 

7 2849 2 Franklin K. Grimley,b. 1859; deceased. 

7 2850 3 Mary K. Grimley, b. February 29, 1861. 

7 2851 4 Benjamin Franklin K. Grimley, b. March 

16, 1863. 

7 2852 5 Henry Davis K. Grimley, b. November 16, 

1864. 

6 Elizabeth K. Grimley, b. November 17, 1866. 

7 Anna K. Grimley, b. December 15, 1868. 

8 Addie K Grimley, b. December 10, 1870. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2518. 

BENNEVILLE KOLB 6 , of Henrys, of John*, of Jacob 3 , 

of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

1 Henry G. Kulp, b. April 6, 1871. 

2 John G. Kulp, b. October 21, 1874. 

3 Maggie G. Knlp, b. January 10, 1877. 

4 Webster G. Kulp, b. October 24, 1879. 

5 Alice G. Kulp, b. June 21, 1S81. 

6 Lizzie G. Kulp, b. June 26, 1883. 

7 William G Kulp, b. April 13, 1887; de- 
ceased. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2525. 

HANNAH KULP 6 (Godshall), of Isaacs, of John 4 , of 
Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

[ndividual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 2863 1 Susan Godshall, died young. 

7 2864 2 Isaac Godshall. m. Louisa Boorse. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2526. 

JOHN B. KULP 6 , of Isaacs, of John 4 , of Jacob 3 , of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kulp), of Yelles 1 . 

7 2865 1 Mary Kulp, m. Solomon Yerger. 

7 2866 2 John Kulp, m. Louisa Trace. 

8 2867 3 Sallie Kulp, d., aged about 17 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2527. 

BETSY KULP 6 (Lichtel), of Isaacs, of John 4 , of Jacob 3 , 
of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kulp), of Yelles 1 . 

1 Isaac lichtel, m. Emma Schaeffer. 

2 Mary lichtel, d. single, aged about 23 years. 

3 Benjamin lichtel, m. Ella Beyers. 

4 Albert lichtel, died young. 

5 John lichtel, died in infancy. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2528. 

MARIA KULP 6 (Smith), of Isaac*, of John 4 , of Jacob 3 , 
of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kulp), of Yelles 1 . 

7 2873 1 Mary Catharine Smith ; d. young. 

7 2874 2 Albert Smith. 



3§2 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2530. 

NANCY KULP 6 (Borneman), of Isaacs, of John*, of 
Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kulp), of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Geo. No. No. 

7 2875 1 Kate Borneman, m. Harry Crane. 

7 2876 2 William Borneman, m. Lizzie Gummery. 

7 2877 3 John Borneman, d. young. 

7 2878 4 Mary Borneman, m. Aaron Anient. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2532. 

ISAAC B. KULP 6 , of Isaacs, of John*, of Jacobs, of 
PClizabeth Cassel 2 (Kulp), of Yelles 1 . 

1 Ella Kulp, m. Charles Bechtel. 

2 Harjy Kirip. 

3 Kate Kulp, m. Henry Allebach. 

4 Barbara Ann Kulp ; d. young. 

5 Irwin Kulp. 

6 Frank Kulp. 

7 Emma Kulp. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2533. 

ABRAHAM B. KULP 6 , of Isaacs, of John*, of Jacob 3 , 
of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kulp), of Yelli s'. 

7 2886 1 Philip Kulp. 

7 2887 2 Mary Aim Kulp. 

7 2888 3 Abraham Kulp. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 383 



Individual Family- 

Gen. No. No. 



7 2889 4 Lydia Kulp. 
7 2890 5 Martha Kid p. 
7 2891 6 Isaac Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2534. 

HENRY K. FREED 6 , of Catharine Kolb* (Freed), of 
Henry 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kulp), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

7 2892 1 Ephraim Freed, b. October 20, 1845; m. 

Hannah Clemens, February 24, 1872, 
who was b. December II, 1849; res., 
Franconia. 

7 2893 2 Catharine Freed, b. January 10, 1849; ni - 

George R. Rittenhouse, November 13, 
1869, b. March 28, 1849. 

7 2894 3 John B. Freed, b. January 31, 1851 ; d. April 

8, 1853. 

7 2895 4 Mary Freed, b. June 26, 1853; m - Jonas R. 

Landis, October 23, 1875, b. February 
15, 1848. 

7 2896 5 Anna Freed, b. February 12,1857; rn. John 

D. Yoder, June 16, 1877, b. July 27, 
1856. 

7 2897 6 John B. Freed (second), b. August 23, i860; 

d. July 15, 1 86 1. 

7 2898 7 Henry B. Freed, b. February 27, 1862; m. 

Mary R. Bergey, October 21, 1886, b. 
March 15, 1862. 

7 2899 8 Ettas B. Freed, b. May 10, 1865 ; m. Annie 

H. Clemmer, November 1, 1884, b. May 
19, 1864. 



384 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2536. 

JACOB K. FREED 6 , of Catharine Kolbs (Freed), of 
Henry 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth CasseL 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 

G^n. No. No. 

By first marriage : 

7 2900 1 Charles R. Freed, b. September 13, 1851; d. 

August 22, 1852. 

By second marriage : 

2 Catharine Freed, ^ twins, b. August 24, 1 8 5 5 . 

> The former d. October 1 1 , 

3 Abraham Freed, ) 1856; the latter m. Deb- 
orah L. Ziegler, September 2, 1876. 

4 Mary K. Freed, b. January 31, 1858. 

5 Isaac K. Freed, b. September 17, 1859 ; m. 
Elizabeth Allebach, February 2, 1882. 

6 John K. Freed, b. August 6, 1861 ; teacher; 
Brown county, Kansas. 

7 Elizabeth K. Freed, b. July 24, 1 863 ; m. John 
K. Clemmer, April 15, 1882. 

8 Joseph K. Freed, b. August 4, 1865 ; student 
at Ursinus College. 

9 Sarah K. Freed, b. November 5, 1867; d. 
January 25, 1868. 

10 Anna K. Freed, b. September 23, 18C9; m. 
George Hartranft, February, 1889. 

11 Henry K. Freed, b. February 24, 1872. 

12 A son, b. March 14, 1874; d. same day. 

13 Jacob K. Freed, b. January 29, 1877. 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 385 

CHILDREN OF No. 2537. 

ABRAHAM K. FREED 6 , of Catharine Kolbs (Freed), 
of Henry 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

Individual Familv 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2913 I Allen A. Freed, b. January 3, 1854; m. Eliz- 

abeth Landis, 1874. 

7 2914 2 Franklin A. Freed, b. February 3, 1856; m. 

Kate Hauck, 1882. 

7 2915 3 Henry A. Freed, b. October 21, 1850; m. 

Aquilla Godshall, 1880. 

7 2916 4 Elea.cer A. Freed, b. December 13, i860; m. 

Sue Nice, 1885. 

7 2917 5 Enos A. Freed, b. October 13, 1863; m. Ida 

Souder, 1885. 

7 29 1 8 6 John A. Freed, b. February 24, 1867; m. 

Kate Moyer, 1889. 

7 2919 7 Elizabctli A. Freed, b. June 3, 1870; m. Ed- 

win Johnson, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2538. 

ELI AS K. FREED 6 , of Catharine Kolb* (Freed), of 
Henry 4 , of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth»Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

7 2920 1 Small Ann Freed, b. November io, 1859; 

m. Franklin S. Kriebel, November 9, 
1875, at North Wales, Pa. 

7 2921 2 Rhine Russcl Freed, b. November 17, 1863; 

m. Eunice Andrews, September 22, 1885, 
at North Wales. 



3 86 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 2922 3 Weston Dodson Freed, b. January 23, [876; 

d July 25, 1S76. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2539. 

JOHN K. FREED 6 , of Catharine Kolb 5 (Freed), of 
Henry', of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

7 2923 1 Katie. A. Freed, b. November 21, 1863; m. 

Josiah K. Cassel, son of Abraham K. 
Cassel; d August 21, 1890. 

By second marriage : 
7 2924 2 John G. Freed, b. March 12, 1883. 

7 2925 3 Emanuel Freed, b. July 22, 1887. 

Five more, d. in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2540. 

ELIZA BETH A. KULP 6 (D. K. Cassel), of Jacob 5 , of 
Henry 4 , of Jacobs, of Elizabeih Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 
7 2926 1 Simeon K. Cassel, b. February 17, 1846; m. 

Esther Fryer, September 5, 1865, b. 

August 31, 1846; res., Skippackville, 

Pa. ; harnessmaker. 

7 2927 2 Jonas K. Cassel, b. September 15, 1849; m. 

Annie Appledorn, 1872; no issue. 

7 2928 3 Abel K. Cassel, b. January 15, 1852; m. An- 
nie Graham, June II, [871, b. December 

25, 1850; res., West Philadelphia. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 387 

CHILDREN OF No. 2541. 

MARY KULP 6 (Cassel), of Jacobs, Q f Henry*, of Jacobs, 
of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2929 1 William K. Cassel, b. November 26, 1848; 

m. Leah Kratz, December 4, 1875, b. 
August 24, 1853; res., Yerkes, Pa. 

7 2930 2 Mary Ann Cassel, b. December 23, 1854; 

m. Jacob K. Fryer ; no issue. 

7 2931 3 Josiah K. Cassel, b. July 21, 1861 ; m. Kate 

A. Freed, b. November 21, 1863, d. 
August 21, 1890. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2542. 

SUSANNA KULP 6 (Wile), of Jacobs, of Henry*, of 
Jacobs, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kulp), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

7 2932 1 Deborah Wile, b. February 18, 1857; m. 

Joseph Frederick, Harleysville, Pa. 

7 2933 2 Ella Wile, b. May 26, 1862; m. Tobias 

Nice ; res., Harleysville, Pa. 

7 2934 3 Benjamin Wile,h. June 22, 1865; m. Mary 

Stauffer, of Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2543. 

SALLIE KULP 6 (Clemmer). of Jacobs, of Henry*, of 
Jacobs, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

7 2935 1 Jacob K. Clemmer, b. January 6, 1854; m. 

Kittie Ann Benner ; he died January 13, 
1890, aged 36 years. 



388 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Iii'livi'lual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 2936 2 Susanna Clemmer, b. October 29, 1855 ; m. 

Samuel Derstein. 

7 2 937 3 Mary Clemmer, b. December 27, 1857; d. 

July 27, 1890; m. Charles S. Brunner; 
res., Hatfield, Pa. 

7 2938 4 John Clemmer, b. September 1, 1861 ; m. 

Lizzie Freed, April 15, 1882, b. July 24, 
1863; miller; res., Springmount, Pa. 

5 Sarah Clemmer, b. October 13, 1864; d. 
1882 ; single. 

6 Josiah Clemmer, Jr., b. June 1, 1867; m. 
Laura . 

7 Hiram Clemmer, b. January 24, 1874. 

8 Jonas Clemmer, b. August 9, 1 870; m. Laura 
; shoe dealer; res., Souderton, Pa. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2546. 

JONAS A. KULP 6 , of Jacobs, of Henry*, of Jacobs , of 

Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles 1 . 

7 2942a 1 Emma Kulp, died young. 

2 Katie Kulp, died young. 

3 Mary Kulp. 

4 Annie Kid p. 

5 /W^// Kulp. 

6 Caroline Kulp. 

7 v4//rr A'////. 

8 Sa'AV A'////. 
All of Anderson county, Kansas. 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 389 

CHILDREN OF No. 2547. 

WILLIAM KULP 6 , of Jacobs, G f Henry*, of Jacobs, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 



Gen. 


Individual Family 
No. No. 


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7 


295 1 2 Jacob Kulp. 


7 


2952 3 Sallie Kulp. 


7 


2953 4 William Kulp. 


7 


2954 5 Samuel Kulp. 




All of Royersford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No 2549. 

JACOB A. KULP 6 , of Jacobs, of Henry*, of Jacobs, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Casskl 1 

7 2955 1 Jonas D. Kulp, b. February 10, 1 870 ; m. 

Maggie Moyer, daughter of Abraham 
Moyer. 

7 2956 2 John D. Kulp, b April 28, 1871; d. June 

28, 1881. 

3 Mary D. Kulp, b. April 24, 1 874. 

4 Anna D. Kulp, b. January 4, 1876; d. Au- 
gust 11,1 877. 

5 Enos D. Kulp, b November 2, 1877. 

6 Isaac D. Kulp, b. December 1 1, 1878. 

7 Harry D. Kulp, b. December 14, 1881 ; d. 
February 27, 1882.. 

8 A daughter ; lived two hours. 

9 Jacob D. Kulp, b. March 19, 1S84; d. Au- 
gust 28, 1885. 



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39° CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

(irti. No. No. 



7 2964 10 William Kulp, b. November 27, 1885. 

7 2965 ii Charles Kulp ,\> May 7, 1887. 

7 . 2966 12 Abraham Kulp, b. May 18, 1889; d. October 

15, 1889. 

7 2967 13 Harvey Kulp, b. April 19, 1891. 

7 2968 14 .£7/Vw AW/>, b. March 24, 1894. 
All of Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2551. 

BENJAMIN HENDRICKS 6 , of Polly Kolb* (Hen- 
dricks), of Henry 4 , of Jacobs of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), 
of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

1 Rebecca Hendricks, m. Frank Herman. 

2 Catharine Hendricks, died young. 

3 Mary Ann Hendricks, died young. 

4 Benjamin Frank in Hendricks, m. Miss 

Delp. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2552. 

SUSANNA HENDRICKS 6 (Rosenberger), of Polly 
Kolb 5 (Hendricks), of Henry 4 , of Jacob 3 ; of Elizabeth Cas- 
sel 2 (Kolb). of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

7 2973 1 Mary Alice Rosenberger, b. April 18, 1862; 

m. Charles P. Woolfinger ; children, 
Charles P. 

7 2974 2 Elmer E. H. Rosenberger, b. September 27, 

1863 ; d. May 29, 1 880. 

7 2975 3 Welling ton H. Rosenberger, b. January 8, 

1866. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 39 1 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. N... 



7 2976 4 Lizzie Rosenberger, b March i, 1868; m. 

Robert A. Shcpperd ; children, Herold 
and Richard. 

5 Annie May Rosenberger, b. May 18, 1870. 

6 Sallie V. H. Rosenberger, b. August 7, 1873. 

7 Z////V 77. Minerva Rosenberger,^. March 13, 
1876. 

?98o 8 Clayton Rosenberger. b. July 25, 1879; died 
young. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2553. 

CATHARINE KULP 6 (Moyer), of Henrys, of Henry*, 

of Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 

7 .9X1 1 Henry Moyer, m. Susanna Godshall. 

2 Isaiah Moyer, m. Catharine Clemens. 

3 Michael Moyer, m. Mary Landis. 

4 Ma> y Moyer, m. Henry Detwe ler. 

5 Lizzie Moyer, m. Philip Alderfer. 

6 Katie Moyer, m. John Freed. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2554. 

JACOB KULP 6 , of Henkys, of Henry*, of Jacobs, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

7 2987 1 Amanda Kulp, m. Lewis Horning. 

7 2988 2 Elias Kulp, m. Emma Nice. 

7 2989 3 Eliza Knlp, m. Henry Hartzcl. 

7 2990 4 Henry Kulp, m. Irene Swope. 



39 2 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2555. 

SAMUEL KULP 6 , of Henrys, of Henry*, of Jacobs, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2991 1 Fannie Kulp, b. May 19, 1861. 

7 2992 2 Lizzie Kulp, b. January 10, 1864; m. John 

F. Lederach, December 20, 1880. 

7 2 993 3 Allen Kulp, b. December 8, 1 867 ; d. August 

25, 1869. 

7 2994 4 Amanda Kulp, b. January 28, 187 1. 
7 2 995 5 John Kulp, b. June 12, 1875. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2556. 

HENRY KULP 6 , of Henry*, of Henry*, of Jacoi^ of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

7 2996 1 Sarah Kulp, m. Reuben Alderfer. 

7 2997 2 Two children, d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2557. 

SUSANNA KULP 6 (Frick), of Henry*, of Henry*, of 
Jacobs, of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

7 2998 1 Lizzie Frick, b August 2, 1859; m. William 

Souder. 

7 2999 2 A son, d. young. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 393 

CHILDREN OF No. 2558. 

MICHAEL KULP 6 , of Henry- 5 , of Henry*, of Jacobs, 
of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 

7 3000 1 ll'al/acc Kulp, m. Jane Renninger; one 

child, Flora. 

7 3001 2 Katie Kulp, m. Jacob Godshall ; one child, 

Howard. 

7 3002 3 Lizzie Kulp. 

7 3003 4 Vincent Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2559. 

LIZZIE KULP 6 (Bergey), of Henrys, D f Henry*, of 

Jacob 3 , of P^lizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

1 Ft auk Bergey ; m. Kate Moyer; children, 
Howard and Harry. 

2 Mary Bergey, m. Edwin Bergey; one child, 
Lizzie. 

3 Sevilla Bergey, m. Enos Haldeman ; one 
child, Alvin. 

4 Lizzie Bergey, m. Henry Rittenhouse. 

5 Elias Bergey. 

6 Katie Bergey. 

7 Henry Bergey. 

8 Vincent Bergey. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2560. 

SARAH KULP 6 (Moyer), of Henrys, of Henry*, of 
Jacob 3 , of Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 
(c. f.— 27.) 



394 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



7 3012 i Frank Mover. 

7 3013 2 Lizzie Moyer. 
7 3014 3 Allen Moycr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2561. 

JACOB KULP 6 , of Abrahams, of Henry*, of Jacobs, of 
Elizabeth Cassel 2 (Kolb), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

7 3015 1 Henry Kulp, m. Mary Nice. 

7 3016 2 Frank Kulp, m. Miss Fredericks. 

7 3017 3 Annie Mary Kulp, m. Michael Ruth. 

4 Stf/ZzV A'////. 



DESCENDANTS OF REV. CHRISTIAN FUNK. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1744. 

ANN FUNK> (Rosenberger), of Barbara Cassel 2 
(Funk), of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Qeu, No. No. 

4 3100 1 Christian Rosenberger, m. Elizabeth Krout ; 

children : David, John, Jacob, Ann, 
Hetty, Maria, Christian, Barbara. 

4 3101 2 David Rosenberger, m. Catharine Delp ; 

children : Abraham, Adam, Daniel, Eliz- 
abeth, Barbara, Ann, Mary. Catharine, 
Philip. 

4 31 02 3 Philip Rosenberger, b. November 20, 178 1 ; 

d. January, 1825; m. Man- Landis, 
March 15, 1783, who died in 1840; 
children : Samuel, Christian, Elizabeth, 
Maria and Philip. 

4 3103 4 Abraham Rosenberger, m. Margaret Det- 

weiler, a sister to his father's second 
wife ; children : David, Jessie, Peggy, 
Ann, Hannah, b. March 15, 1813; res., 
Wissahickon ; m. Jacob Kolb ; Fannie, 
Joseph, Abraham, Henry and Samuel. 

4 3104 5 Mary Rosenberger, m. Christian Wismer; 

children : Jacob, Abraham, Barbara, 
Henry, David, Elizabeth, Ann, Mary, 
Hannah, Christian. 



39^ CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 3105 6 Elizabeth Rosenberger, m. David Shutt; 

children: Jacob, David, Mary, Ann, 
Deborah. She married a second time to 
Frederick Alderfer ; children : Barbara, 
Frederick, Henry. 

4 3106 7 Ann Rosenberger, m. Joseph Kulp, of Skip- 
pack, Pa. 

4 3107 8 Daniel Rosenberger, died young, without 

issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1745. 
ELIZABETH FUNK3 (H. Gotwals), of Barbara Cas- 

SEL 2 , of YELLES 1 . 

4 3108 1 John Gotwals, m. Susanna Shoemaker ; res., 

Upper Providence ; children : John 5 , 
Jacob 5 , Joseph 5 , Barbara 5 . 

4 3109 2 Jose pit Gotwals, d. April 10, 1871, in his 

82dyear; m Nancy Kulp, d. March 1, 
1879, in her 82d year ; children : Henry, 
Martin, Margaret, Esther, Sarah, Ann, 
Elizabeth, Joseph, Isaac, Charlotte, 
Roger, Jane. 

4 31 10 3 Abraham Gotwals, m. Hannah Walters; 

children : Henry, John; Jacob, Abra- 
ham, Ann, Catharine. Abraham Got- 
wals died, leaving Hannah Walters a 
widow. 

4 31 1 1 4 Adam Gotwals, b. 1794; d. 1873, in Bucks 

county, Pa. ; m. Esther Atherhold in 
1 81 8, who was born July 6, 1796, and 
died November 25, 1885; farmer and 



CASSEL FAMILY. 397 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



4 31 1 1 4 shoemaker; Mennonites ; children: 

Mary, Daniel, Catharine, Sarah, Esther. 

4 31 12 5 Henry Gotwals, b. October 17, 1785 ; d. 

March 12, 1861 ; married the widow of 
Philip Bowman (Elizabeth Detweiler), 
November 28, 181 1; children: John, 
Adam, Joseph, Mary, Susanna ; she then 
died and Henry Gotwals married again 
to Hannah (Walters) Gotwals, the widow 
of Abraham Gotwals, his brother, and 
had one child, Isaac, b. March 11, 1827, 
and died March 15, 1827. 

4 31 13 6 Christian Gotwals, m. Catharine Funk, a 

daughter of Rev. John Funk (son of 
Rev. Christian), they being first cousins ; 
children : Polly, Betsy, Katie, Sarah, 
Susie, Lena, Nancy, Barbara, Sallie, 
Hettie, Fannie, Rebecca, Christian, John. 

4 31 14 7 Jacob Gotwals, b. March 15, 1798; d. Janu- 
ary 29, 1 851; m. Hetty Vanderslice, 
December, 1829, who was born in 1810; 
children : Jacob V., Elizabeth, Daniel, 
Franklin. 

4 31 15 8 Barbara Gotwals, m. Jacob Wisler; child- 

ren, Joseph and Jacob ; both deceased. 

4 3 [I( J 9 Mary Gotwals, m. Peter Ashenfelter, son of 

the pioneer, Ludwig Eschenfelder; child- 
ren : Henry, Lewis and Adam. 

4 31 17 10 Elizabeth Gotwals, m. Walters. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1747. 

CATHARINE FUNK3 (Detweiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 
(Funk), of Yelles 1 . 



398 cassel family. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 3 1 1 8 i Susanna Detweiler, m. Jacob Landis ; child- 

ren : Eli, Joseph, Catharine, John, Jacob, 
Daniel, Polly, Susan, Abraham, Eliza- 
beth, Christian, Isaac, Sarah. 

4 31 19 2 Elizabeth Detweiler, m. John Hunsicker, 

Mennonite bishop at Skippack, Pa. ; 
children : Joseph, Polly, Henry, 'Sarah, 
Elizabeth, Garret. 

4 3120 3 Joseph Detweiler, m. Mary Johnson ; child- 
ren : Susan, Catharine, Maria, John, 
Elizabeth. 

4 3121 4 Maria Detweiler, m. Henry Hunsicker; 

children : Daniel, John D., William D., 
Henry C, Mary, Hetty, Elizabeth, Susan, 
Catharine. 

4 3122 5 Sara Detweiler, m. Jacob Moyer, of Harleys- 

ville ; children : Mary, Sarah, Abraham, 
Jacob, Elizabeth, Joseph, Daniel, Benja- 
min, John. 

4 3123 6 John Detweiler, b. 1786; d 1864; m. Anna 

H. Detweiler, b. 1790; d. 1868; child- 
ren : Elizabeth, Jacob, Anna, John, Dan- 
iel, Joseph, William, Jacob, Samuel, 
Catharine, Abraham, Mary, Susanna, 
Samuel, Sarah, Margaret. 

4 3124 7 Christian Detweiler, m. Hannah Dirstein ; 

children : John, Catharine, Mary, Isaac, 
Hannah, Abraham, Elizabeth. 

4 3125 8 Catharine Detweiler, m. Garret Hunsicker; 

children : Elizabeth, Henry, Christian, 
Abraham, Hetty, Polly, Katie, Garret. 

4 3126 9 Abraham Detweiler, m. Mary Horning, b. 

June 13, 1790; d. December 10, 1832; 



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Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 3126 9 children: Elizabeth, Catharine, John, 

William, Isaac, Hannah, Mary, Abra- 
ham, Daniel, Benjamin. 

4 ^127 10 Daniel Detweiler. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1748. 

BARBARA FUNKJ (Reiff), of Barbara Cassel 2 , 
(Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

4 3128 1 John Reiff, a Dunkard preacher, b. April 6, 

1785; d. September 5, 1833; m. Catha- 
rine, daughter of Henry Price ; uncle to 
the preacher, William Price. After the 
death of his first wife, he married Peggy 
Schwartzlander. 

4 3 1 29 2 Jacob Reiff. 

4 3130 3 Elizabeth Reiff ,h. 1790; d. 1862; m. Abra- 
ham Ruth ; children : Catharine, Annie, 
John, Henry, Abraham, Daniel, Fannie, 
Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah. 

4 3 13 1 4 Catharine Reiff, b. about 1792; m. Abra- 
ham Harley, a minister in the Brethren 
Church ; children : Abraham ; they had 
several more, but nothing is known 
about them ; he was a Dunkard preacher ; 
moved to Ohio ; died, about 90 years of 
age. 

4 3132 5 Mary Reiff , b. July 25, 1794; d. at Harleys- 

ville, October 16, 1873 ; m. Rev. William 
Price, at Indian creek, a prominent 
preacher at Indian Creek Brethren 
Church ; children : Nathan, Lydia, Mary, 



400 CASSEL FAMILY. 



IndivMua Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 3132 5 Elizabeth, Timothy, William, Sophia, 

Magdalena, Benjamin. 

William Price was born August 29, 1789, on part of the 
ancient homestead, and early in life, when working with his 
father on the farm, manifested an eager desire for knowledge, 
occupying all spare moments in reading and other studies. 
He had made great progress in learning, when, in his six- 
teenth year, he was apprenticed to the tailoring trade, which 
he followed until arriving at manhood. Then he was re- 
quested to take charge of a school, in which employment he 
continued for several years. In 18 13, when twenty-four years 
old, he was married to Mary Reiff, daughter of John Reiff, 
and commenced farming. William and Mary Price had ten 
children born to them, seven of whom are living — Mary, wife 
of John Fisher, of Pottstown ; Timothy, residing at Annville, 
Lebanon county, now deceased ; Elizabeth intermarried with 
Samuel H. Cassel, of Harleysville, Pa. ; Sophia married to 
Ignatius Karn, of Limerick ; Magdalen, wife of Abraham 
Heckler, of Franconia ; Catharine, living in Philadelphia ; and 
Benjamin, of Springfield, Bucks county. 

In 1814, Rev. William W. Price was elected to the min- 
istry, and about 1830 was advanced to the office of elder or 
bishop, which position he filled with untiring zeal and un- 
flinching faithfulness until the day of his death, which occurred 
August 7, 1849, in his sixtieth year. He was for many years 
an esteemed elder of the Brethren Church at Indian creek. 
Of him it may well be said, " He preached the word ; was 
instant in season and out of season," sowing the divine seed 
on every side. Besides the care of a large family, and a faith- 
ful discharge of duties to his charge at home, he traveled 
much as an evangelist, visiting surrounding churches and 
assisting them at communion seasons. Occasionally he took 
missionary journeys to other states, once at least through 
Ohio before modern facilities of travel had been established, 
going in his own conveyance and at his own expense, thus 



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practically enforcing the precept, " Freely ye have received, 
freely give. 

As he was a preacher of more than ordinary gifts, he 
answered many calls from outside his own people to labor in 
the work of the ministry. He had a powerful voice, retentive 
memory, a thorough understanding of the science of music, 
and sang with great compass and power. He was also a poet 
of no mean ability, and wrote a number of hymns and several 
poems of considerable length, all in German. He also had 
published at Ephrata, in 1838,3 collection of German hymns, 
many of them being translations by him of popular English 
ones, with a large number of his own composing. He wrote 
a poem of some length on the promises to the patriarch 
Abraham, and another on the history of the prophecies, which 
have never been published. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1750. 

REV. JOHN FUNK3, of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of 
Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

4 3133 1 Abraham Funk. 

4 3134 2 Magdalena Funk, m. John Custer ; children: 

Christian, John, Israel, Garret, Joshua, 
William, George, Ann, Susanna. 

4 3 '35 3 John Funk, b. 1793; d. 1829; m. Christiana 

Baughman ; children : David, Elizabeth, 
Henry, Jeremiah, George. 

4 3136 4 Catharine Funk, m. Rev. Christian Gotwals. 



402 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3100. 

CHRISTIAN ROSENBERGER*, of Ann Funk* (Ros- 
enberger), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles 1 . 

Individual Family 

Ueu No. No. 

5 3137 1 David Rosenberger, m. Miss Corner; child- 

ren were Abraham, Adam, Daniel, Eliza- 
beth, Barbara, Ann, Mary, Catharine 
and Philip. 

5 3138 2 John Rosenberger ; moved West ; had a fam- 
ily ; and was a Methodist preacher. 

5 3 1 39 3 Jacob Rosenberger. 

5 3140 4 Ann Rosenberger, m. Samuel Heckler; res., 

Hilltown, Pa. 

5 3 141 5 Hettie Rosenberger, m. Jacob Wismer ; lived 

in Philadelphia ; had eight children. 

5 3142 6 Maria Rosenberger, m. a' Rittenhouse, and 

moved to Ohio. 

5 3 ! 43 7 Christian Rosenberger, m. a daughter of 

Henry Leidy, and moved West, where 
she died. 

5 3144 8 Barbara Rosenberger. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3101. 

DAVID ROSENBERGER*, of Ann Funks (Rosen- 
berger), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3145 1 Abraham Rosenberger. 

5 3146 2 Adam Rosenberger, d. in Franconia ; child- 
ren : Isaac, David, Jacob, Mary. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 4O3 



Iuilivi'iual Family 

Gen. No. No. ' 



5 3H7 3 Daniel Rosenberger, d. in Hancock county, 

Ohio ; children : Israel, Abraham, Isaac, 
David, Jemima, Jacob. 

5 3148 4 Elizabeth Rosenberger, m. Peter Roth ; child- 
ren : Elias, David, Abraham, Nancy, 
Catharine, Daniel and Peter. 

5 3149 5 Barbara Rosenberger, m. Christian Shell)', 

of Milford Square ; children were Reu- 
ben, Jonas, John, Lewis, Tobias, Moses, 
Philip and Catharine, wife of Charles 
Moyer. 

5 3150 6 Ann Rosenberger, m. Christian Hunsberger; 

res., Hilltown ; children : Elizabeth, 
Sarah, David, Mary, Kate and Ephraim. 

5 3151 7 Mary Rosenberger, m. Peter Stover ; moved 

West in 1876; had fifteen children: 
Adam, Peter, Joseph, Charles, David, 
Philip, Peggie, Mary, Barbara. 



CP1ILDREN OF No. 3102. 

PHILIP ROSENBERGER^, of Ann Funks (Rosen- 
berger), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3152 1 Savin el Rosenberger. 

5 3153 2 Christian Rosenberger. 

5 3 1 54 3 Elizabeth Rosenberger. 

5 S^S 4 Maria Rosenberger. 

5 S 1 ^ 5 hhilip Rosenberger, d., aged 1 5 years. 



404 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3108. 

JOHN GOTWALS*, of Elizabeth Funks (H. Gotwals), 

of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

1 1 Mi \ idua) Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 3157 1 Rev. John Gotwals, b. May 6, 1808; d. Au- 

gust 12, 1890; m. Elizabeth Cassel; 
children : Sarah, Hannah, Isaac, Samuel, 
Jacob and Elizabeth. 

5 3158 2 Joseph S. Gotwals, b. February 11, 18 10; d. 

November 8, 1889; m. Mary Grater, 
December 7, 1834; children: Susan, 
Kate, John, Mary, Elizabeth, Joseph, 
Abraham, Amos. 

5 3 '59 3 Jacob S. Gotwals, b. January 16, 1 814 ; d. 

January 10, 1848; m. Magdalena B. 
Cassel, b. December 2, 181 1; children: 
Susie, Lizzie, Mary, Barbara and Jacob C. 

5 3160 4 Barbara Gotwals, m. Henry B. Tyson; she 

married a second time to Joseph Tyson ; 
children: George, Jacob, John, and Mrs. 
Abram Hallman ; res., Creamery, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3109. 

JOSEPH GOTWALS*, of Elizabeth Funk3 (H. Got- 
wals), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3150 1 Henry Gotwals, b. December 15, 18 16; d. 

in infancy. 

5 315 1 2 Martin Gotwals, b. November 12, 181 8; m. 

Mary De Haven, daughter of Henry De- 
Haven ; children : Francis M., Anna and 
Elizabeth. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 405 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 3152 3 Margaret Gotwals, b. March 17, 1 821; d. 

July 20, 1881 ; m. Lewis Rhoads ; one 
son, Henry. 

5 3153 4 Esther Gotwals, b. August 15, 1823; d. Jan- 

uary 4, 1894; single. 

5 3 '54 5 Sarah Gotwals, b. October 22, 1825 ; d. De- 

cember 2, 1893; m. Jonah L. Fudge; 
children : Hannah (deceased), Edmund. 

5 3156 6 Ann Gotwals, b. December 17, 1827; un- 
married. 

5 3 r 57 7 Elizabeth Gotwals, b. May 1, 1830; d. July, 

1879; m. John B. Horn; no children 
living. 

5 3158 8 Joseph K. Gotwals, b. October 15, 1832; m. 

Jennie A. Galbraith, daughter of Dr. 
James Galbraith, of Perry county, Pa. ; 
have one daughter, Anna, who married 
Rev. R. N. Taylor. 

Joseph K. Gotwals has been connected with the Norris- 
town public schools since i860, and has been superintendent 
since 1872. 

Jos. K. Gotwals, at present superintendent of the public 
schools of Norristown, was born in Lower Providence town- 
ship, Montgomery county, Pa., October 15, 1832 He re- 
ceived his early education in the public schools of his native 
township. He was under the tuition of the Rev. H. S. Roden- 
baugh, pastor of Lower Providence Presbyterian Church, four 
terms. He also attended the Millersville State Normal 
School, and was among. the first students of this institution. 

In September, 1853, he commenced teaching in the pub- 
lic schools of Silver Creek, Schuylkill county, Pa., where he 
taught eight months. The following year he commenced 
teaching in his native township, where he taught several 
years. In the spring of 1859 ne went to the Arcadian Insti- 



406 CASSEL FAMILY. 

tute, at Orwigsburg, for the purpose of reviewing some of the 
higher branches. He remained at this institution as teacher 
and student until the fall of i860, when he was elected princi- 
pal of the Cherry street public school, Norristown. From 
this place he was promoted to a grammar grade, from which 
he was elected principal of the Boy's High School, in 1865. 
This position he held until he was elected superintendent of 
the schools in 1872, the position he still holds He received 
the honorary degree of A. M. from Franklin and Marshall 
College. Since 1872 he has been an elder in the First 
Presbyterian Church, at Norristown. 

Individual Family 

(Jen. \n. No. 

5 3 1 59 9 Isaac Gotwals, b. January 4, 1836; m. Kate 

Shearer, daughter of Peter Shearer ; 
children : Maggie, Hetty, Katie and 
Joseph. 

5 3100 10 Charlotte Gotwals, b. March 21, 1839; d. 

September 20, 1881 ; m. John G. Shearer ; 
two children ; one died in infancy ; the 
other, Hannah, m. John Saylor 

5 3161 11 Roger D Gotwals, b March 9, 1841; m 

Anna Shearer, daughter of Oliver B. 
Shearer; no children. 

5 3162 12 Jane Gotwals, b January 23, 1843; m. Isaac 

Z. Reiner, son of Martin Reiner ; child- 
ren : Joseph, died, aged 8 years, Lizzie, 

Anna and Clara; Lizzie m. Mr. 

Schultz. 



CHILDREN OF No. 31 10. 

ABRAHAM GOTWALS*, of Elizabeth Funks (H. 
Gotwals), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 



CASS EL FAMILY. 407 



Individual Family 

T.en. No. No.' 



5 3163 i Hairy Gotzvals. 

5 3164 2 John Gotwals. 

5 3165 3 Jacob Gotwals, m. Mary Rittenhouse. 

5 3166 4 Abraham Gotwals, m 'Betsy Harley, 2 Mary 

Johnson, #t?t? Casselberry. 

5 3167 5 ^/z# Gotzvals, m. Willi. im Roberts. 

5 3168 6 Catharine Gotwals, m Samuel Hendricks. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3111. 

ADAM GOTWALS*, of Elizabeth Funk3 (H. Gotwals), 
of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3 • 69 1 Mary Gotzvals. 

5 3170 2 Daniel Gotzvals. 

5 3 l 7 l 3 Catharine Gotzvals. 

5 3172 4 Sarah Gotzvals. 

5 3173 5 Esther Gotzvals. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3112. 

HENRY GOTWALS*. of Elizabeth Funk* ( H. Got- 
wals), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3V4 l John Gotzvals. 

5 3175 2 Adam Gotzvals. 

6 3 T 7^ 3 Joseph D. Gotzvals, m. Mary Kratz, March 

1, 1840; children : 

6 a 1 Matilda Gotzvals, b January 2, 1840; m. 

Israel H. Heips. 



408 CASSEL FAMILY. 



I ii<ii i idual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



6 b 2 Abraham K. Gotwals, b. June 4, 1841, 

Hyattvillc, Wyoming. 

6 c .3 Hannah Gotwals, b. October 23, 1844; 

m John Grigg Johnson. 

6 (1 4 Benjamin Franklin Gotwals, b. October 

30, 1846; m. C. Emma Oberholzer. 

6 e 5 Mary Jane Gotwals, b. October 3, 1851 ; 

m. James C. Carlisle. 

6 f 6 Annie C. Gotwals, b. September 23, 1853 ; 

m. Rev. Henry A. Hunsicker. 

Rev. Henry A. Hunsicker married Annie C. Gotwals on 
May II, 1876.it being his second marriage. He was born 
near Trappe, Montgomery county, Pa., November to, 1825, 
spent his boyhood days on his father's farm, and had only the 
limited advantages of the country schools of that time. He 
obtained his Alma Mater under Rev. Henry S. Rodenbaugh. 
In 1848 he and his father founded " Freeland Seminary," an 
educational institution designed for young men and boys. 
He at once became the principal of the school, and three 
years later the proprietor. He continued as principal of this 
school until 1865, when he leased the school and property to 
A. N Fetterolf, one of his assistants, for five years. During 
the time of his lease to Prof. F. he sold the school property 
to Rev. J. H. A. Bomberger, D. D , of Philadelphia, who, in 
connection with other enterprising persons, obtained a charter 
and founded Ursinus College. In 1850 Mr. Hunsicker was 
ordained to the ministry of the (New School) Mennonite 
Church, after the establishing of an independent church, 
known as Trinity Christian, of which he was one of the found- 
ers, and for which he continued to preach until 1875. Child- 
ren : Mary Anna Hunsicker, born September 25, 1879; Edna 
E. Hunsicker, born July 6, I 882. 

6 g 7 Sarah Emma Gotwals, b June 19, 1856; 

m. James Carlisle. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 409 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 3177 4 Mary Gotwals. 

5 3' 78 5 Susanna Gotzvals. 

5 3179 6 Elizabeth Gotzvals, b. June 19, 18 19; d. 1823. 

5 3180 7 Clement Gotwals, b. June 2, 1820; d. 1823. 

5 3 181 8 y4ww Gotwals, b. August 27, 1821 ; d. 1821. 

5 3182 9 Henry Gotwals, b. March 13, 1823 ; d. March 

5, 1826. 



CHILDREN OF No. 31 13. 

CHRISTIAN GOTWALS 4 , of Elizabeth Funk3 (H. 
Gotwals), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

1 Polly Gotwals. 

2 Betsy Gotwals, m John Rosenberger. 

3 Katie Gotwals, m. Rasor. 

4 Sarah Gotwals. 

5 Susie Gotwals, d. single. 

6 Lena Gotwals. 

7 Nancy Gotwals. 

8 Barbara Gotwals. 

9 Sallie Gotwals. 

10 Hettie Gotwals. 

1 1 Fannie Gotwals. 

12 Rebecca Gotwals. 

13 Christian Gotwals. 

14 John Gotwals. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 31 14. 

JACOB GOTWALS*, of Elizabeth Funk3 (H. Gotwals), 
of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 3*97 1 Jacob V. Gotwals, b. 1840; m. Ettie Royer ; 

attorney ; Pottstown, Pa. 

Jacob V. Gotvvalts was born in Lower Providence town- 
ship, Montgomery county, May 13, 1840. He received his 
academic training at Freeland Seminary, and his collegiate 
term was spent at Dickinson College, Carlisle, graduating in 
the class of i860. He taught school for several years at 
Cape May, New Jersey, and at Norristown. He studied law 
with Hon. George N. Corson, of Norristown, and was ad- 
mitted to the bar in August, 1867. He has been eminently 
successful. Politically he has always been a Democrat, and 
served as School Director, Town Councilman of Norristown, 
and District Attorney of Montgomery county from 1875 to 
1 878. At the present time he is senior member of the law firm 
of Gotwalts & Saylor. 

5 3198 2 Elisabeth Gotwals, b. 1837; m. Frank M. 

Hobson, Collegeville ; children: 

1 Freeland G. Hobson, b October 13, 1857; 
married September 15, 1 881, to Ella M., 
eldest daughter of Rev. Jos. H. Hen- 
dricks, of Collegeville ; three children : 

Frank H. Hobson, b. August 19, 1883. 
Anna Mabel Hobson, b. July 27, 1885. 
Katharine Hobson, b. April 29, 1889. 

2 Mary Matilda, b. February 26, 1861 ; 
October 21, 1886, married Rev. O. P. 
Smith, D. D., Pottstown, Pa. ; two child- 
ren : 

Francis Smith, b. October 20, 1887. 

Oliver Smith, b. March 16, 1890. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 4 1 I 

Freeland G. Hobson was born in Upper Providence 
township, Montgomery county, October 13, 1857. He took 
a full classical course in Uivsinus College, graduating in the 
class 1876. He then entered the law office of his uncle, 
Jacob V. Gotwalts, at that time District Attorney of Mont- 
gomery county, and was admitted to the bar, October 1, 
1880. He has been very successful in his profession, con- 
fining himself to the civil practice, although in 1890 he suc- 
cessfully defended Antonio Frederick, charged with murder. 
He is at present Solicitor for Collegeville borough, Ursinus 
College, and a number of prominent corporations. 

He is Treasurer and Trust Officer of The Norristown 
Title, Trust and Safe Deposit Company, having held this 
position since its institution in 1888, and largely to his ability 
is due the proud position occupied by this institution to-day. 

He is founder and publisher of the Montgomery County 
Law Reporter, which is now in its twelfth volume. He is the 
author of" History of Providence Township," " Montgomery 
County Centennial," and has written considerable on histori- 
cal subjects, on which subject he has also lectured on several 
occasions. 

In 1893 Mr Hobson was State President of the Patriotic 
Order Sons of America, an organization numbering over 
50,000 members in Pennsylvania alone. 

He is Treasurer of the Valley Forge Memorial Asso- 
ciation, Secretary of the Riverside Cemetery, Treasurer of 
the Collegeville Ice Manufacturing Company, and of " The 
Keystone Telegraph and Telephone Company." He is one 
of the directors of Ursinus College, Collegeville, in which he 
has taken a very active interest. 

Mr. Hobson is a Republican, but has never sought polit- 
ical office, although he is at present President of the School 
Board of Collegeville borough. 

He is an elder of Trinity Reformed Church, Collegeville, 
and has served as delegate to the Classes, Synods and Gen- 
eral Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States. 



412 CASSEL FAMILY. 

In all these bodies he has taken a very active part, and 
on several occasions argued some most important appeals in 
these ecclasiastical judicatories. 

He has served as President of the Schuylkill Valley 
Union of Christian Endeavor, and has been upon the pro- 
gram of two international Christian Endeavor conventions, 
one at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1894, and again at Boston, 1895. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 3 ! 99 3 Daniel Gotwals, h. 1831 ; d. 1837. 
5 3200 4 Franklin Gotwals, h. 1834; d. 1839. 



CHILDREN OF No. 31 15. 

BARBARA GOTWALS* (Jacob Wisler), of Elizabeth 
Fui\k3 (H. Gotwals), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

5 3201 1 Joseph Gotzvals, deceased. 

5 3202 2 Jacob G tw A, deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3116. 

MARY GOTWALS 4 (Ashenfelter), of Elizabeth Funk* 
(H. Gotwals), of Bakbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3203 I Henry Ashenfelter, b. July 24, 1814; d. No 

vember 19, 1891 ; m. Catharine Kerr; 
children : Emma, George, Hannah, Sin- 
gleton, Emily. Henry Ashenfelter was 
superintendent of iron mines. 

5 3204 2 Lewis Ashenfelter. 

5 3205 3 Adam Ashenfelter. 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 4I3 

CHILDREN OF No. 3203. 

HENRY ASHENFELTER*, of Mary Gotwals* 
(Ashenfelter), of Elizabeth Funk.3 (H. Gotwals), v of Barbara 
Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 I Emma Ashenfelter, b. 1838; died. 

6 2 George Washington, b. 1 840 ; died. 

6 3 Hannah M. Ashenfelter, b. April, 1842; m. 

Isaac Laning in 1865 ; children; Emilie, 
Louisa, George, Catharine ; P. O., Bridge- 
ton, N. J. 

6 4 Singleton Mercer Ashenfelter , b. May 9, 

1844; m. Nettie Bennett, November 
21, 1872. 

Hon. Singleton Mercer Ashenfelter, born in Reading, 
Pa., May 9, 1844, married Nettie A. Bennett, November 21, 
1872. P. O., Colorado Springs, Colorado. Mr. Ashenfelter 
is a descendant in direct line of Ludovic Eshenfelder, whose 
name appears on the Revolutionary militia rolls of Philadel- 
phia county, and who, by deed executed in eastern Montgom- 
ery county, in 1775, is described as " Ludwig Eshenfelder, 
yeoman." This ancestor settled on Indian creek, Montgomery 
county, about 1740, and his son Ludwig, great-grandfather of 
the subject of this sketch, served in the war of 181 2. Mr. 
Ashenfelter's mother was Catharine Knerr, whose grandfather 
came to America in the ship Richard and Mary, John Moore, 
mister, landing September 26, 1752. 

Mr. Ashenfelter graduated at Dickinson College, Carlisle, 
Pa., in the class of 1865, being president of his class. In the 
summer of 1866 he assumed editorial charge of the National 
Standard, published at Salem, N. J., he being at that time en- 
gaged in reading law in the office of Peter McCall, Esq., of 
Philadelphia. Late in the fall of that year, however, he went 
upon a long sea voyage around Cape Horn, accompanying a 



414 CASSEL FAMILY. 

sea-going friend, Captain John Shourds, of Camden. He 
landed in Valparaiso, Chili, in March, 1867, and spent nearly 
two years on the west coast of South America. In the fall of 
that year he became Consular clerk at Guyaquil, in Ecuador. 
He returned home in 1S68, completed his legal studies and 
was admitted to the bar. He practiced in Rock Island, Il- 
linois, in 1869 and part of 1876, and during that time was night 
editor of the Rock Island Daily Union. He went to New- 
Mexico in the latter part of June, 1870, and in September of 
that year was made United States Attorney for the territory, 
a position he held until the early part of 1872. He has been 
practicing law in the territory since that time, and from 1877 
until 1884 he also published a newspaper at Silver City, New 
Mexico. In 1885 he was made prosecuting attorney for the 
Third Judicial District of the territory, and held the position 
nearly four years, when he resigned. In 1895 he removed 
with his family to Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he con- 
tinues to practice his profession. Children : Leoline, Violetta, 
Harry, Anna. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 1 Leoline Ashenfelter, b. February 28, 1874; 

m. William B. Walton, January 5, 1893. 
She graduated at South Jersey Institute, 
Bridgeton, after which she spent a year 
at Vassar College. Mr. Walton is the 
present (1895) editor and manager of the 
Deming Head Light; an Episcopalian; 
one child, Edna Lou Walton, b. January 
19, 1894. 

7 2 Harry Ashenfelter, b. March 3, 1876; died 

in infancy. 

7 3 Violetta Ashenfelter, b. November 21, 1878. 

7 4 Anna Ashenfelter, b. December 28, 1881. 



Individual Family 

Geo. No. No. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 41 5 

Emilic M. Ashenfelter, b. June, 1846; m. 
Hon. D. F. Moore, November 30, 1877 ; 
P. O., Phcenixville, Pa. Housefurnishing 
goods dealer ; member of the Pennsylva- 
nia Legislature. One child, Martha 
Washington Moore, b. February 22, 
1880. 



CHILDREN OF No. 31 18. 

SUSANNA DETWEILER* (Landis), of Catharine 
Funk 3 (Detweiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

5 3210 1 Eli Landis, m.; he was a Mennonite preacher 

at Skippack. 

5 3211 2 Joseph Landis, m. Rachel Harley; Dunkards. 

5 3212 3 Catharine Landis, d. ; unmarried. 

5 3213 4 John Landis, m. Elizabeth Grater; res., 

Perkiomen, Pa. He was a deacon in the 
Mennonite church at Skippack. 

5 3214 5 Jacob Landis, d. single; Mennonite. 

5 3215 6 Daniel Landis, m. Polly Ruth ; res., Skip- 

pack, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

5 3216 7 Polly Landis; deceased; unmarried. 

5 3217 8 Susan Landis, m. Jesse Conner ; res., Limer- 

ick, Pa. ; Dunkards. 

5 3218 9 Abraham Landis, m. Elizabeth Reiff; res., 

Lederachsville, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

5 3219 10 Elizabeth Landis, m. Henry Grater; res., 

Limerick, Pa. ; later moved to Illinois, 
Rock Creek Church, where they died ; 
Dunkards. 



416 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 3220 11 Christian Landis, m. Elizabeth Ruth ; res., 

Kulpsville, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

5 3221 12 Isaac Landis, m. Annie Ruth; res., Skip- 

 pack, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

5 3222 13 Sarah Landis, m. Abraham Reiff; res., Nor- 

ritonville, Pa. ; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3 119. 

ELIZABETH DETWEILER* (Hunsicker), of Catha- 
rine Funk 3 (Detweiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yel- 
les Cassel 1 . 

1 Joseph Hunsicker, m. Elizabeth Moyer. 

2 Polly Hunsicker, m. Abraham Hendricks. 

3 Henry D. Hunsicker, m. Catharine Shoe- 
maker. 

4 Sarah Hunsicker, m. John High (Hoch). 

5 Elizabeth Hunsicker, m. Gideon Federolf. 

6 Garret D. Hunsicker, m. Elizabeth Morgan. 



5 


3 22 3 


5 


3224 


5 


3225 


5 


3226 


5 


3227 


5 


3228 



CHILDREN OF No. 3120. 

JOSEPH DETWEILER*, of Catharine Funk 3 (Det- 
weiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3229 1 Susan Detweiler, b. ,1815; m. John D. Kulp; 

one child, Henry D. Kulp. 

2 Catharine Detweiler, m. Henry Bechtel. 

3 Maria Detweiler, m. Abel Kehr. 

4 John Detweiler, m. Magdalena Conner. 



5 


3 2 30 


5 


3231 


5 


3232 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



417 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



3233 5 Elizabeth Detweiler, m. Benjamin Alderfer ; 

resided at Mainland ; he was killed by 
lightning ; one child, Reuben Alderfer, 
m. Miss Rosenberger ; res., Leidytown, 
Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3121. 

MARIA DETWEILER 4 (Hunsicker), of Catharine 
Funr3 (Detweiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles 
Cassel 1 . 

3234 1 Daniel Hunsicker, m. Elizabeth Hunsberger. 

3235 2 John D. Hunsicker, b. 1807; d. 1879; m. 
Nancy Reiff. 

3236 3 William D. Hunsicker, m. Ann W. Kulp. 

3237 4 Henry C. Hunsicker, b. 18 10; m. Lydia K. 
Markley; d. 1874. 

3238 5 Mary Hunsicker, m. Benjamin Markley. 

3239 6 Hetty Hunsicker, m. Jacob Reiff; no issue. 

3240 7 Elizabeth Hunsicker, m. Daniel Reiff; d. 1893. 

3241 8 Susan Hunsicker, m. David Horning. 

3242 9 Catharine Hunsicker, b. 1806; d 1859; m. 
Garret C. Reiff, b. 1798; d. 1875. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3122. 

SARAH DETWEILER 4 (Moyer), of Catharine Funks 
(Detweiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel. 1 

5 3243 1 Mary Moyer, m. John Kulp, a Herrite 

minister. 



4l8 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 3244 2 Sara Mover, m. George Hagy. 

5 3245 3 Abraham D. Moycr, h. 181 1; d. 1861 ; m. 

Nancy Hagy ; children : Ezekiel, Eliza- 
beth, Sarah, Franklin, Jacob, Abraham, 
Henry, - John, Mary, Anna, Mahlon, 
Theodore. 

5 3246 4 Jacob Moycr, b. December 20, 1813 ; d. No- 
vember 15, 1882; m. Barbara Ann Shoe- 
maker, b. March 30, 18 17; m. February 
19, 1837; d. March 10, 1838; clock 
maker ; one child, Isaac. He married 

again, Christiana Price, b. ; d. 

1892; children: Isabella, Mary, Sarah, 
Daniel, Lydia, Lizzie, Harvey, Abel. 

5 3247 5 Elizabeth Moyer,b. 18 16; d. November 20, 

1874; m. Abraham H. Price, February 
24, 1839 He was b. February 23, 18 16; 
res., Harleysville, Pa. 

5 3248 6 Joseph D. Moycr, M. D., m. Rachel Witman ; 

d. 1862. 

5 3 249 7 Daniel Moyt r. 

5 3250 8 Benjamin Moycr. 

5 325 1 9 John Moycr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3123. 

JOHN DETWEILER*. of Catharine Funk3 (Det- 
weiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3252 1 Elizabeth Detweiler. 

5 3253 2 Jacob Detweiler. 
5 3 2 54 3 Anna Detweiler. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 4I9 



Gen. 


Individual 

Xo. 


Family 
No. 


5 


3255 


4 


John D. Detweiler, b 
Kulp ; P. O., Bea 


5 


3256 


5 


Daniel Detweiler. 


5 


3257 


6 


Joseph Detweiler. 


5 


325S 


7 


William Detweiler. 


5 


3259 


8 


Jacob Detweiler. •* 


5 


3260 


9 


Samuel Detweiler. 


5 


3261 


10 


Catharine Detweiler. 


5 


3262 


1 1 


Abraham Detweiler. 


5 


3263 


12 


Mary Detweiler. 


5 


3264 


13 


Susanna Detweiler. 


5 


3265 


H 


Samuel Detweiler. 


5 


3266 


15 


Sarah Detweiler. 


5 


3267 


16 


Margaret Detweiler. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3124. 

CHRISTIAN DETWEILER*, of Catharine Funr3 
(Detweiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3268 1 John Detweiler, d. ; unmarried. 

5 3269 2 Catharine Detweiler, m. Nathan Davis ; 

children : Jefferson, P. O., Shannon- 
ville, Pa. ; Milton, P. 0., Oaks, Pa. 

5 3270 3 Mary Detweiler, m. Theodore Morgan ; no 

issue. 

5 3271 4 Isaac Detweiler, m. Jane Stinson ; res., Phil- 

adelphia. 



420 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individua Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 3272 5 Hannah Detweiler, m. Benjamin A. Hun- 

sicker ; one child, Elizabeth ; resided at 
Collegeville, Pa. 

5 3273 6 Abraham Detweiler, m. Hetty Hunsicker; 

children : Christian and Elizabeth ; both 
died single. 

5 3274 7 Elizabeth Detweiler, d. ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3125. 

CATHARINE DETWEILER* (Hunsicker), of Catha- 
rine Funk 3 (Detweiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of 
Yelles Cassel 1 . 

3275 1 Elizabeth Hunsicker. 

3276 2 Henry G. Hunsicker, m. Hannah Stauffer; 
res., Skippack. Pa. 

3277 3 Christian Hunsicker, m. Sarah Tyson ; res., 
Skippack, Pa. 

3278 4 Abraham D. Hunsicker, m. Mary Detweiler. 

3279 5 Hetty Hunsicker, m. Henry Allebach ; res., 
Lower Providence, Pa. 

3280 6 Katie Hunsicker, m. Abraham Grater ; res., 
Collegeville, Pa. 

3281 7 Polly Hunsicker, m. Jacob Grater; res., 
Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3126. 

ABRAHAM DETWEILER*, of Catharine Funk 3 
(Detweiler), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel. 1 



CASSEL FAMILY. 42 I 



5 


Individual 
No. 

3282 


Famil' 

No." 

I 


r 

Elizabeth Dettveiler. 


5 


3283 


2 


Catharine Dettveiler. 


5 


3284 


3 


John De hue Her. 


5 


3285 


4 


J Villi a m Dettc 'eiler. 


5 


3286 


5 


Isaac Detweiler. 


5 


3287 


6 


Hannah Detweiler. 


5 


3288 


7 


Mary Dettveiler. 


5 


3289 


8 


Abraham Dettveiler. 


5 


3290 


9 


Daniel Dettveiler. 


5 


3291 


10 


Benjamin Detweiler. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3130. 

ELIZABETH REIFF* (Ruth), of Bakbaka Funk3 
(Reiff), of Barbara Cassel 2 Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 3292 1 Catharine Ruth, A May 11, 1 '90; m Sam- 

uel Kindig ; children : Abraham and 
Abner. 

2 Annie Ruth, d. 1820; single. 

3 John Ruth, d. young 

4 Henry Ruth, d young. 

5 Abraham Ruth, b. 1813; m Annie Wireman. 

6 Daniel Ruth, d .-ingle. 

7 Fannie Ruth, m. Lorenzo Nuss. 

8 Elisabeth Ruth, m. Lewis Wasser. 

9 Mary Ruth, d. young. 
10 Sarah Ruth, d. young. 



5 


3293 


5 


3294 


5 


3295 


5 


3293 


5 


3297 


5 


3298 


5 


3299 


5 


33oo 


5 


3301 



422 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3131. 

CATHARINE REIFF* (Harley), of Barbara Funks 
(Reiff), of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

Individual l-'ainllv 

trcu. No. No. 

5 3302 1 Abraham Harley. 

Seveial more, but have no record. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3132 



5 


3303 


5 


3304 


5 


3'05 


5 


3506 



MARY REIFF* (Price), of Barbara Funr3 (Reiff), of 
Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

1 Nathan Price, d. ; m. Magdalena Shroyer. 

2 Lydia Price, d. October 4, 1853; m. Elias 
Kurtz; one child, named William. 

3 Catharine Price, unmarried ; lives with her 
sister, Mary Fisher, at Pottstown, Pa. 

4 .!//•'■ Price, m. John Fisher ; res , Pottstown, 

Pa. ; no issue. 

5 3307 5 Elizabeth Price, d. 1895 ; m. Samuel H. Cas- 

sel, of Harleysville, Pa. ; three children. 
See Samuel H. I assel's Family, page 70, 
Part I. 

6 Timothy Price, d. 1894; m. Fannie Gotwals ; 
he married a second time ; no children. 

7 William Price, d. March, 1 834 ; aged 7 years. 

8 Sophia Price, b. March 12, 1830; m. Igna- 
tius Kern ; had a family of sons and 
daughters ; res., Roycrsford, Pa. 



5 


33o8 


5 


3309 


5 


33 f o 



CASSEL FAMILY. 423 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 3311 9 Magdalena Price, d. ; m. Abraham Heckler ; 

had one child, Amanda, who married 
Samuel Bergey, and had four children ; 
three died in childhood ; the one living 
is Abraham. 

5 3312 10 Benjamin Price, d. ; m. Mary Booze; had 

four children : Lizzie (dee'd), Amanda, 
Mamie and William. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3134. 

MAGDALENA FUNK* (Custer), of Rev. John Funk3, 
of Barbara Cassel 2 (Funk), of Yelles Cassel 1 . 

5 1 Christian Custer, b. November 23, 1808; m. 

Miss Gotvvals. 

5 2 Catharine Custer, b. November 30, 1809. 

5 3 John Custer, b. January 1, 181 1. 

5 4 Elizabeth (uster,b. October icS, 181 2. 

5 5 Ann Custer, b. January 5, 1814; m. Abra- 

ham A. Detweiler. 

5 6 Susanna Custer, b. November 6, 1815; m. 

Alexander Blackburn ; children : 

6 1 David Blackburn, b. December 30, 1837 ; 

d. September 30, 1879; m. Mary Det- 
weiler, 1858. 

6 2 Catharine Blackburn, b. December 10, 

1838; m. John G. Tyson, 1859; res -> 
Norristown, Pa. 

6 3 William Blackburn, b. July 7, 1842; m. 

Kate Hunsberger ; have one son, Irvin 
Blackburn, b. 1863. 



424 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



5 7 Israel Custer, b. March 10, 1818. 

5 8 Daniel Custer, b. January 19, 18 17 ; m. 

Sarah Dclp ; children : Henry, Annie, 
Andrew and Joseph. 

5 9 William Custer, b. March 24, 181 9. 

5 10 Jared Custer, b. October 23, 1821. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1170. Page 199. 

HATTIE FLORENCE CASSFX?, of Lieut. John C. 6 , of 
Catharine 5 , of Yelles 4 , of Hupert 3 , of Yelles 2 , of Hupert 1 . 

8 a 1 Orlando Beater, b August 1, 1896. 






INDEX TO PART SECOND. 



hidiqidual 

No. Page 



Individual 

No. Pagf 



Alderfer, George I). . . 2382 375 
Alderfer, Isaac D. . . . 2381 374 
Alderfer, Susanna (Landis) 2383 376 



Alderfer, Mary Ann (Ober- 

holtzer) . . . . 2384 376 

Ashenfelter, Henry . . . 2303 413 



Bean, John or Hannes . 1708 265 

Bean, Jacob 3 266 

Bean, Kate (Hunsberger) . 4 267 

Bean, Hannah (Wismer) . 5 267 



Bean, Sallie (Cassel) . 
Bean, Susanna ( Fnck) 
Beyer, Isaac .... 



6 267 

7 268 
2255 374 



Cassel, Abraham 
Cassel, Abraham 
Cassel, Abraham 
Cassel, Abraham 
Cassel, Abraham 
Cassel, Abraham 
Cassel, Abraham ('. 
Cassel, Abraham H. 
Cassel, Amos . . 

Cassel, Ann ( Hagy) . . 
Cassel, Barbara (hunk) 
Cassel, Barbara (Kolb) 
Cassel, Barbara (Anderson) 
Cassel, Betsy (Gotwals) . 
Cassel, Benjamin 
Cassel, Catharine (Bean) . 
Cassel, Benjamin . . . . 
Cassel, Catharine (Harley) 
Cassel, Cornelius .... 
Cassel, Catharine (Gander) 
Cassel, Catharine(Schwartz) 
Cassel, Catharine ( Ritten 

house) 

Cassel, Catharine (Printz) . 

Cassel, Charles C 

Cassel, Christian 

Cassel, David 

(c. F.— 29.) 



1721 


274 


1756 


2»5 


1760 


286 


2250 


37 j 


1812 


307 


1900 


327 


1988 


340 


2025 


347 




299 


1882 


3*3 


1709 


269 


1717 


272 


1803 


305 


1808 


306 


1905 


329 


1708 


265 


1762 


2S6 


1764 


287 


2249 


372 


1793 


297 


1 801 


304 


1880 


322 


1907 


330 


1991 


341 


2024 


340 


1811 


307 



Cassel, Elizabeth (H. Kolb) 1707 264 

Cassel, Elizabeth (Rosen) 1 725 276 

Cassel, Elizabeth (Blattner) 2248 372 

Cassel, Elizabeth (Beyer) . 1800 304 

Cassel, Elizabeth (Hagy) . 1879 321 

Cassel, Eli . . . 1883 324 

Cassel, Elizabeth (Beyer) 1901 327 

Cassel, Enos . 1908 331 

Cassel, Edith (VanFossen) 2020 345 

Cassel, Hupert 1703 262 

Cassel, Hupert .... 1753 284 

Cassel, Henry . 1796 298 

Cassel, Henry . . . . 1754 284 

Cassel, Henry . . .1886 325 

Cassel, Hannah (Beyer) 1902 328 

Cassel, Hannah (Meschter) 2023 345 

Cassel, Hannah . . 1910 332 

Cassel, Hattie Florence 

(Beater) 1 1 70 424 

Cassel, Henry C. ... 1994 34 2 

Cassel, Henry 2019 345 

Cassel, Isaac Rev 1 704 263 

Cassel, Isaac . . . . 1720 273 

Cassel, Isaac B 1799 303 

Cassel, Isaac 1807 305 

Cassel, Isaac 1765 288 

Cassel, Isaiah . . . . 2247 37 1 



426 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



C 

Individual 
No. 

Cassel, Jacob 1884 

Cassel, Jacob 17 13 

Cassel, Jacob 1723 

Cassel, Jacob ...... 1755 

Cassel, Jacob 1903 

Cassel, John C. (Lieut.) . . 1990 

Cassel, John 1701 

Cassel, John B 1 790 

Cassel, John 1712 

Cassel, John 1813 

Cassel, John 1722 

Cassel, John 1878 

Cassel, John . . . . 1763 

Cassel, Joseph B 1798 

Cassel, Joseph 1904 

Cassel, Jesse . . . . 1810 

Cassel, Levi 1780 

Cassel, Lena 1881 

Cassel, Leah (Bean) . 2024^ 

Cassel, Molly (Godshall) 17 18" 
Cassel, Molly (Crater) . .1726 



-Continued. 



Pat-e 

3 2 4 
271 
276 
284 

329 
340 
262 

295 

27I 

307 
275 
321 
287 

299 
329 
306 

295 
323 
346 

272 
277 J 



[lidiqidual 
No. 



Pace 

Cassel, Mary (Haldeman) . 1885 324 

Cassel, Mary (Kriebel) . . 2016 344 

Cassel, Mahlon 2022 345 

Cassel, Mary (Kriebel) . . 2252 374 

Cassel, Magdalena(Gotwals) 1791 297 

Cassel, Mary (Moyer) . . 1877 321 

Cassel, Rebecca H. . . 2028 347 

Cassel, Samuel .... 1784 295 

Cassel, Samuel . ... 1759 285 

Cassel, Sarah (Brooks) . . 1906 330 

Cassel, Sallie (Sechler) . . 1802 305 

Cassel, Sarah (Isett) . . 1995 342 

Cassel, Sarah (Kriebel) . . 2018 344 

Cassel, Susanna (Nice) . . 2251 373 

Cassel, Susie (A. Cassel) . 1795 297 

Cassel, Susie (Stauffer) . . 1797 298 

Cassel, Susanna (Hauck) . 1909 331 

Cassel, Susanna (Harley) . 2021 345 

Cassel, Yelles 1700 1.56 

Cassel, Yelles . 17 10 270 

Cusler, Susanna (Blackburn) 423 



D 



Delp, Polly (Alderfer) . . 1956 

Delp, Abraham 1957 

Delp, Carret 1957 

Delp, Jonas . . . . i960 

Delp, Elizabeth (Kline) . 1961 

Delp, Henry 1962 

Delp, Annie (Wireman) . 1963 
Delp, Codshall . . 1964 
Delp, Catharine (Clemens) 1965 
Delp, William ... 1966 

Delp, Abraham . . 2385 
Delp, Henry C 2386 



8 



337 

337 

3& 

33* 

j3 

338 

339 

339 

33V 

340 

377 

377 



Detwiler, Abraham . . 3126 420 
Detwiler, Christian . 3124 419 
Detwiler, Catharine (Hun- 
sicker) . 3125 420 

Detwiler, Elizabeth (Hun- 
sicker) . ... 31 19 4ID 
Det«iler, John 3^ 2 3 4*8 
Deiwiler, Joseph . 3120 41b 
Detwiler, Maria(Hunsicker 3121 417 
Detwiler, Susanna (Landis) 3118 415 
Detwiler, Sarah (Moyer) . 3122 417 



Freed, Abraham K. . . 2537 
Freed, Elias K. .... 2538 

Freed, Henry K 2534 

Freed, Jacob K. . . . . 2536 

Freed, John K 2539 

Funk, Ann (Rosenberger) . 1744 



385 
385 
383 
384 
386 

395 



Funk, Barbara ( Reiff) . 1748 399 

Funk, Catharine (Detwiler) 1747 397 
Funk, Elizabeth (H. Got- 

wals) 1745 39 6 

Funk, John Rev 1750 401 

Funk, Magdalena (Custer) 3134 423 



a 



Grater, John 1819 

Grater, Isaac 1824 

Gotwals, Abraham . . . 31 10 

Gotwals, Adam 3111 

Gotwals, Barbara (Wislerj 31 15 
Gotwals, Christian . . . .3113 



308 

309 
406 

407 
412 
409 



Gotwals, Henry . . . .3112 407 

Gotwals, Jacob . . . .3114 41° 

Gotwals, John 3108 404 

Gotwals, Joseph . ... 3109 404 

Gotwals, Mary(Ashenfelter) 3116 412 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



427 



H 



Individual 
No. 



Hendricks, Benjamin . 2551 390 

Hendricks, Susanna (Rosen 

berger) 2552 390 

Ilarley, Hetsie (Price) . . 1914 333 

Harley, Henry .... 1915 334 



Harley, Jacob . . . 
Harley, Samuel 
Hobson, Frank M. 
Hobson, Freeland G. 
Hunsicker, Henry A. 



Individual 
No. 



191 I 

!yi3 



Pace 

332 
332 
410 
410 
408 



K 



Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
 Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kolb 
Kulp 
Kulp 
Kulp 
Kulp 



Abraham . . . . 
Abraham . . . . . 
Barbara (Ziegler) 
Betsy (Croll) . . . 
Betsy (Lichtel) . . 
Benjamin . . . 
Elizabeth (Miller) 
Elizabeth (Swartley) 
Elizabeth (Dettra) . 
Elizabeth ( Keiff) . . 
Catharine (Stautfer) 
Eliza (Clemmer) 
Sarah (Allebach) 
Dillman 
Henrich 
Henrich 
Henry . 
Henry . 
Henry 
Henry . 



Isaac 
Isaac . 
Jacob 
Jacob 
Jacob . 
Jacob 
Jacob . 
Jacob . 
John . 
John . 
John . 
John 
John 

Katie (Gotwals) . 
Maria (Schaum) . 
Magdalena( Lederach 
Molly (Moyer) . . . 
Nancy (Nice) . . 
Nancy . . . 

Peggy (Lichtel) . . 

Yelles 

Abraham 

Abraham B 

Abraham . . . 
Beneville 



2109 
2118 

1828 

1845 
2527 
1871 

1738 
1769 
1830 
1866 
1829 
1923 
1926 

1737 
1740 
1827 
2110 

1833 
2102 
1864 

1736 
2112 

I73 2 

1767 

1825 

1834 
1844 
2108 
1768 
1826 
1856 
1869 
2107 
2151 
1739 

)l82I 

1867 
1832 
2111 

1846 

1735 

1925 

2533 
2167 

2518 



349 


Kul 


354 


Kul 


V3 


Kul 


317 


Kul 


381 


Kul 


320 


C 


281 


Kul] 


290 


Kul 


314 


Kul 


Si8 


Kul 


3 "3 


Kul] 


334 


Kul] 


330 


Kul 


280 


Kul 


282 


Kul] 


311 


Kul 


349 


Kul 


315 


Kul 


347 


Kul 


318 


Kul 


280 


Kul 


350 


Kul 


278 


Kul 


289 


Kul 


}IO 


Kul 


315 


Kul 


316 


Kul 


348 


Kul 


289 


Kul 


Sii 


Kul 


316 


Kul 


319 


Kul 


348 


Kul 


357 


Kul 


282 


Kul 


314 


Kul 


319 


Kul 


3H 


Kul 


.349 


Kul 


317 


Kul 


279 


Kul 


332 


Kul 


382 


Kul 


359 


Kul 


380 


Kul 



Catharine (Freed) . 
Catharine (Moyer) . 
Elizabeth(Gnmley) . 

Elias 

Elizabeth A. ( D. K 
Cassel) 



2114 

2553 
25 ! 7 
2204 



35o 
39i 
380 

367 



Garret 

Henry 

Henry ... 

Hannah (Godshall) 

Henry 

Hannah (Kemmerer 

Henry D. . . 

Hannah (Bricker) 

Isaac B. .... 

Isaac 

Jacob A 

Jacob 

p, Jacob 

p, Jacob ... .• . 

p, Jacob 

p. John B 

|onas A. 

1 ydia (Schantz) . 

Lizzie (Bergey) . 

Maria (Smith) . . 

Mary (Cassel) . . 

Michael . . . 

Molly (Erb) 

Mary (Grimley) 

Nancy (Borneman) 

Nancy (Kulp) . . 

Polly (Hendricks) 

Polly (Moyer) . . 

Rebecca (Roshong) 

Susanna (Wile) . 

Susanna (Frick) . 

Sallie (Clemmer) 

Samuel 

Samuel 

Sarah (Moyer) . . 

Susie (Wismer) . 

Tobias . . . . 

William ... 

William .... 



2540 


386 


2182 


362 


2556 


392 


2117 


353 


2525 


38i 


2152 


358 


2515 


378 


2201 


3<>7 


2171 


361 


2532 


382 


2184 


362 


2549 


389 


2554 


391 


2501 


394 


2115 


351 


2154 


358 


2526 


3»i 


2546 


388 


2170 


3*>i 


2559 


393 


2528 


38i 


2541 


387 


2558 


393 


2169 


360 


2116 


379 


253° 


382 


2122 


355 


2116 


353 


2i55 


358 


2514 


377 


2542 


387 


2557 


392 


2543 


387 


2121 


355 


2555 


392 


2560 


393 


2150 


357 


2168 


359 


2547 


389 


2120 


S54 



428 



CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individaal 
So. 



Pagi 



Individual 
No. 



Lederach, Elizabeth (Schumacker) 2125 



357 



WL 



Moyer, Mary K. (Stauffer) 2193 365 
Moyer, Barbara K. (Heck- 
ler) 2197 366 

Reiff, William 2187 363 

Reiff, Henry 2188 363 

Reiff, John . . . . 2 1 89 364 

Reiff, Mary (D. Cassel) . . 2190 365 

Reiff, Elizabeth (Ruth) . . 3130 421 

Reiff, Catharine (Harley) .3131 422 

Reiff, Mary (Price) . . . 3132 422 

Rittenhouse, Nathaniel . . 2217 368 

Rittenhouse, Jacob C. . .2218 368 



Moyer, Susie K. (Harley) . 2198 366 
Moyer, Lydia K. (Freed) . 2199 367 
Moyer, Isaac K. 2200 367 



R 



Rittenhouse, Samuel C. . . 
Rittenhouse. Mary C. (Hoo- 
ver) . . ... 
Rittenhouse, Elizabeth(Rob 



inson) . . . 

Rosen, Isaac D. . . 
Rosenberger, Christian 
Rosenberger, David 
Rosenberger, Philip 



2219 


368 


2220 


369 


2221 


370 


1816 


308 


3100 


402 


3101 


402 


3102 


403 



Swartley, Barbara (Poley) . 1930 336 

Stauffer, Jacob 201 1 342 

Stauffer, William .... 2012 343 



Stauffer, Mary (Underkof- 

fler) 2015 343 



Ziegler, Nancy (Moyer) 2123 355 
Ziegler, Jacob 2124 356 



Ziegler, • atharine(Al<lerfer) 2124a 356 



THE JOHANNES (JOHN) CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



I i i Johannes Kassel, or John Cassel, came to 

America with his brother Julius, or Yel- 
les, in the ship Friendship, from Rotter- 
dam, on the 16th of October, 1727, and 
they stayed with their brother Hupert, 
in Skippack, Montgomery county, Pa., 
for a short time. 

John then moved to Lancaster county, Pa., and settled in 
the vicinity of Columbia, in Hempfield township. Hupert, 
Yelles and John were brothers, and also grandsons of Yelles, 
the Mennonite preacher at Kriesheim, Germany, between 
Manheim and Worms, in the Palatinate (Pfalz). And as it 
appears from the records that the name " Abraham" was so 
common among them, and each of the brothers had a son 
Abraham, we are led to believe that their father's name might 
have been Abraham, and a son of Yelles, the preacher at 
Kriesheim. They all came from Kriesheim, and were mem- 
bers of the Mennonite church. They brought with them 
many valuable papers, manuscripts and poems, written by 
Yelles Cassel, at Kriesheim. Many of them are yet in the 
library of Abraham H. Cassel, at Harleysville, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

Alexander Harris, in his Biographical History of Lan- 
caster County, Pa., says : " Abraham Cassel and an elder bro- 
ther emigrated to Lancaster county in about 1750." I made 
a thorough search, and find that no Abraham Cassel left 



430 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Montgomery or Philadelphia county at that time. The first 
Abraham was a son of Hupert Cassel, was born in 1734, lived, 
died, is buried at Salford Mennonite meeting house, and was 
my great-grandfather (Daniel K. Cassel). There is no doubt 
but what the Abraham Cassel mentioned by A. Harris, who 
located with his elder brother at Sporting Hill, in Rapho 
township, was a son of John, who left his brothers Hupert 
and Yelles at Skippack, Montgomery county, Pa., and settled 
in the vicinity of Columbia, in Hempfield township, Lancaster 
county, Pa. 

I have also examined the deed given by Deborah Norris, 
of Philadelphia, to Abraham Cassel, of Hempfield township, 
county of Lancaster, for 560 acres of land, dated the 29th 
day of August, 1747, and is recorded in Book G, Volume 5, 
P a g e 355. etc - The patent for that tract is dated I day, 4 
mo. June, 1734. Recorded at Philadelphia in Patent Book 
A, Volume 6, page 327. Daniel Kolb Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1. 
JOHANNES KASSEL 1 , or JOHN CASSEL 1 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



2 2 1 Abraham Cassel, b. about 1727, in Hemp- 

field township, Lancaster county, Pa., 
and bought the farm in Rapho township, 
in 1747, where his son Abraham was 
born, called Abraham the second. His 
children were Abraham, John, Joseph, 
Barbara, Mary and Ann. 

232 Henry Cassel, b. 1728. 

243 Barbara Cassel, b. November, 1729. 

2 54 Joseph Cassel, b. November, 1736. 

265 Elizabeth Cassel, b. November 6, 1741. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 43 I 



The above names I found recorded in the old family 
Bible, now in possession of Jacob Cassel, residing on the 
Sporting Hill homestead. There may be more, but one leaf 
is torn out and lost, so I was unable to ascertain what it 
contained. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2. 
ABRAHAM CASSEL 2 , of John 1 . 

IuJividual Family 

Gen. -Vo. So. 

3 7 1 Abraham Cassel, b. about 1750, in Rapho 

township, Lancaster county, Pa. ; m. 
Esther Weiss, April 18, 1775 ; children : 
Henry, Maria and Abraham. 

3 82 John Cassel, b. in Rapho. 

3 9 3 Joseph Cassel, b. about 1752, in Rapho 

township, Lancaster county, Pa. ; m. 
Esther Buckwalter ; children : Barbara, 
Joseph, David, Abraham and Esther. 

3 10 4 Barbara Cassel, m. Henry Buckwalter; 

children : Abraham, John, Henry and 
Esther. 

3 11 5 Mary Cassel, m. Peter Funk ; children : 

John, Abraham and Elizabeth. 

3 12 6 Ann Cassel, m. George Raup ; children: 

Elizabeth, Ann, John and Mary. 

The above names under No. 2 are the names of the child- 
ren and grandchildren of Abraham Cassel the elder, as desig- 
nated in the lease of which the following is a true copy : 
Abraham Cassel's heirs 
to 
Abraham Cassel. 

To all people to whom these presents shall come : 
Jacob Rohrer Esq., of Mount Joy township and Barbara his 



43 2 CASSEL FAMILY. 

wife late Barbara Cassel, David Cassel of Donegal township, 
Abraham Reist of Warwick township, and Ester his wife late 
Ester Cassel. They the said Barbara the wife of Jacob Roh- 
rer. David Cassel, Ester the wife of Abraham Reist, being 
three of the children of Joseph Cassel and grandchildren of 
Abraham Cassel late of the said township of Rapho, in the 
county of Lancaster and state of Pa., yeoman deceased. 

Abraham Buckwalter, John Buckwalter, Henry Buck- 
waiter, and Benjamin Witmer and Esther his wife late Esther 
Buckwalter. They the said Abraham, John, Henry and 
Esther being the only four children of Henry Buckwalter and 
Barbara his wife, deceased, late Barbara Cassel, one of the 
daughters of said Abraham Cassel deceased. 

John Funk, Abraham Funk, Oliver Keys, and Elizabeth 
his wife, late Elizabeth Funk, said John, Abraham and Eliza- 
beth being the three only children of Peter Funk, and Mary 
his wife late Mary Cassel, both deceased, said Mary was also 
a daughter of said Abraham, deceased, Elijah Green Esq., of 
Dauphin county Executor of the Testament and last Will of 
Ann Raup, late Ann Cassel deceased also one of the daugh- 
ters of the said Abraham Cassel deceased she the said Ann 
was intermarried with George Raup both deceased, and left 
four children, Elizabeth Raup, Ann Raup, John Raup and 
Mary Raup, grandchildren of the said Abraham Cassel 
deceased, for whom he the said Elijah Green is lawfully 
authorized to release and discharge in this case. 

The above named Abraham Cassel died about 1776, and 
is called in this lease Abraham Cassel the elder. 

Recorded at Lancaster, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 7. 
ABRAHAM CASSEL3, of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 



Individual Familv 

Gen. So. No. 



13 I Henry Cassel, b. March 12, 1776,111 Rapho 

township; m. Catharine Neff and located 



CASSEL FAMILY. 433 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



4 13 1 at Marietta, Lancaster county, Pa., where 

he was one of the leading men, and 
greatly instrumental in building up that 
town. 

He was President of the old Marietta bank. He built 
the house afterwards occupied by Mr. Watts, then one of the 
most costly buildings in the county. He had three children ; 
the youngest, A. N. Cassel, who was a member of the Legis- 
lature in the years 1838 and 1839, and is now one of the 
wealthiest and most honored citizens of Marietta. 

4 14 2 Maria Cassel, b. December 13,1779;. m. 

David Kauffman, and located near Man- 
heim, in Penn township, Lancaster 
county, Pa.; they had two children, 
Abraham and Ann. 

4 15 3 Abraham Cassel, the younger, was b. De- 

cember 14, 1782; d. 1862; m. Magda- 
lena Erisman. He owned and con- 
ducted a farm in Rapho township, the 
old homestead. 

He was a man of very marked character, and a sound 
and practical thinker. He served in several public positions, 
and was a director of the poor of Lancaster county. He had 
three sons and two daughters, John H., Emanuel, Jacob E., 
Mary and Hetty ; the latter was by the second wife, whose 
name was Coble. 



CHILDREN OF No. 9. 

JOSEPH CASSEIJ, of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

4 16 1 Barbara Cassel, b. September 11, 1 77 1 ; m. 

Jacob Rohrer, Esq., of Mount Joy town- 
ship. 



434 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. * 



4 17 2 Joseph .Cassel,b. October 20, 1772; m. Annie 

Hershey;d. 1825; children: first John, 
first Joseph, second Joseph, Henry, 
Annie, Elizabeth, second John, Maria, 
David, Jacob. 

4 18 3 David Casscl, b. February 4, 1774; m. Cath- 

arine Hernly, of near Manheim, Pa., 
after her decease he married Margaret 
Quest, of Marietta, Pa.; his children 
were David, Abraham, Joseph, John, 
Nancy, Hetty, Catharine, Mary, Martha. 

4 19 4 Abraham Cassel,b. June 23, 1776. Accord- 

ing to the old records it appears that he 
died young, because his name does not 
appear in the leases. 

4 20 5 Esther Casscl, b. February 17, 1778; m. 

Abraham Reist. 



CHILDREN OF No. 10. 

BARBARA CASSELs (Buckwalter), of Abraham 2 , of 
John. 

4 21 1 Abraham C. Buckwalter. 

4 22 2 John C. Buckwalter. 

4 23 3 Henry C. Buckwalter. 

4 24 4 Esther C. Buckwalter, m. a Mr. Witmer ; had 

a son, Benjamin. 



CHILDREN OF No. 11. 
MARY CASSEL3 (Funk), of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 
4 25 1 John Funk. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 435 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



4 26 2 Abraham Funk. 

4 27 3 Elizabeth Funk, m. Mr. Keys ; had a son, 

Oliver Keys. 



CHILDREN OF No. 12. 
ANNA CASSEL3 (Raup), of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 
4 28 1 Elizabeth Raup. 

4 29 2 Ann Raup. 

4 3° 3 John Raup. 

4 31 4 Mary Raup. 



CHILDREN OF No. 13. 

HENRY CASSEL*, of Abrahams, f Abraham 2 , of 
John 1 . 

5 32 1 Ann Casscl, b. April 12, 1798,3! Marietta, 

Lancaster county, Pa.; m. Brice Curren; 
res., Marietta, Lancaster county, Pa. 

5 33 2 Elizabeth T. Casscl, b. September 12, 1800. 

She was educated at Philadelphia, in the first female col- 
lege in Pennsylvania. She was an expert in needle work, a 
fine piece of needle work now in possession of A. N. Cassel, 
at Marietta, made by her, representing Lady Elizabeth Grey 
petitioning King Edward for the restoration of her husband's 
lands, which he had confiscated, made by her in the year 
181 5, all in needle work. She never married. 

5 34 3 John Cassel, b. September 25, 1803 ; m. Miss 

Hunter, of Lancaster, Ohio, where he 
died. 



43^ CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



5 35 4 Henry Cassel, b. January 12, 1807; d > a g e d 

4 years. 

5 36 5 Abraham N. Cassel, b. January 28, 18 10, at 

Marietta, Lancaster county, Pa. ; m. Mary 
Jane Stahl, who was b. July 6, 1826. 
He died December 28, 1895. 

The subject of this sketch was the youngest child of 
Henry Cassel, and was born January 28, 18 10, on a farm, the 
buildings of which are standing near the eastern boundary of 
the borough of Marietta, Lancaster county, Pa., and where 
he now resides. 

When he was quite young his father sold forty-five acres 
of his farm, which was laid out into town lots, for fifty-eight 
thousand five hundred dollars. 

Soon after this, by the failure of the Marietta and Sus- 
quehanna Trading Company, his father lost the greater por- 
tion of his fortune, and on account of this failure, when he 
was eleven or twelve years of age we find him working at a 
small country store, at Bainbridge, Lancaster county, where 
he remained about three years. His early education was 
under the care of Messrs. Jefferies and Rankin, most of his 
studying being done after the store closed at night. 

At the age of fifteen he was apprenticed to a hatter, Mr. 
David Ferrees, where he acquired the trade in two years. 
After working a year or more at journey work, he and Mr. 
John Barr formed a partnership, bought the business and 
carried it on for a number of years, when he bought Mr Barr 
out and carried it on himself for a number of years more, and 
finally sold the business to Mr. John Crull. 

In 1834, when the public school system was introduced 
into Pennsylvania, he was one of the first school director 
elected in his district, and did much to overcome the oppo- 
sition of having a school tax levied upon the people. He 
served in this capacity off and on for ten years. 



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CASSEL FAMILY. 437 

During the winter of 1836 the Marietta Lyceum was or- 
ganized, in which he took a very active part, and was an at- 
tendant for many years. 

In 1837 he was elected to the State Legislature. It was 
during- this term that the famous " Buckshot War" occurred. 
During this session a number of important banking laws were 
passed. 

He with a number of others organized the Susquehanna 
Institute (a stock company), as a school of higher education, 
which was afterwards sold and conducted as a private school. 

During the year 1840 he took an active part in the or- 
ganization and incorporation of the Pioneer Fire Company, in 
which organization he was an officer until 1868; fourteen 
years of this time he was Treasurer. 

He also took an active part in the organization of the 
Marietta and Lancaster Turnpike Company, of which he is 
President. 

In 1847 he married Mary Jane Stahl, the eldest daughter 
 of Jacob Stahl, by whom he had seven children, of which 
only two, Henry Burd and George Lincoln, survive. 

During the year 1854 he was one of the number who 
formed a stock company and edited and published for a few 
years a weekly paper called " The Mariettian." This was after- 
wards sold, and is known at present as " The Marietta Regis- 
ter." He also served during the period occupied in building 
the Presbyterian Church as a member of the building com- 
mittee In 1865 he was ordained as an elder in the Presby- 
terian Church, in which capacity he continues to serve. 

After disposing of his hatting business, he entered the 
lumber business, in which he is interested at the present time 

Many years he served as a member of the town council, 
until he refused to allow his name to go before the people for 
re-election. In politics he was first an Anti-Mason, then a 
Whig, until the organization of the Republican party, when 
he became an adherent to the principles of that great party. 

Thus we find him, a man nearly eighty-five years of age, 
after a busy, useful and prosperous career, retiring from active 



43$ CASSEL FAMILY. 

business, in fair health, to a life of well earned leisure and rest. 

A Friend. 

The following is taken from the Marietta Times : 

DEATH OF A RESPECTED AND HONORED CITIZEN. 

Hon. Abram Neff Cassel, senior member of the lumber 
firm of A. X. Cassel & Son, died on Saturday morning, De 
cembcr 28, 1895, at his residence on Third street, death re- 
sulting from the infirmities of age, aged 85 years and I I 
months. 

Deceased was born in Marietta, January 28, 1 8 10, and 
was a son of the late Henry Cassel, one of the pioneers in the 
lumber trade on the Susquehanna river, and who was at one 
time the owner of the ground on which the eastern part of 
Marietta now stands. 

The subject of this sketch, at the age of eleven years 
left school and accepted a position as clerk in a store at Bain- 
bridge. At the end of three years he returned to Marietta 
and became an apprentice to a hatter, which business he in a 
very short time learned, and aftei wards carrying it on suc- 
cessfully himself for a long time. During this time he pur- 
sued his studies under direction of teachers employed by him- 
self and his companions, who availed themselves of evening 
hours, their only leisure time. Mr. Cassel made very rapid 
progress in his studies, and was noted for his fondness for 
logic and literature. 

In 1848 Mr. Cassel retired from the hatter's business and 
engaged in the lumber trade, in which he was remarkably 
successful. He continued the business up to the present 
time, though for several years past he did not give it his act- 
ive personal attention. In 1834 he was elected one of the 
first school directors under the common school law of the 
state, having been an earnest and active advocate of the sys- 
tem. He continued director until 1845. 

In 1837 he was elected to the Legislature on the Whig 
ticket and served during the sessions of 1 837, 1 838 and 1 839, 
when he aided in framing important laws under the Constitu- 



CASSEL FAMILY. 439 

tion of 1S38. He also served for a number of years in the 
Borough Council, and was looked upon as the leading mem- 
ber of council. 

In politics he was a staunch Whig, but since 1856 has 
been an ardent Republican. In county conventions and in 
local political meetings he was long a prominent figure. He 
was foremost in all matters relating to the welfare of the bor- 
ough, a strong advocate of the public schools, and was one of 
the strongest debaters in Marietta Lyceum of Natural His- 
tory. Being an exact and profound thinker, though not flu- 
ent, he generally carried his point by his logical arguments. 
He was one of the incorporators of the Lancaster and Mari- 
etta Turnpike Company, and was its president until the last 
few years, when he refused to act, but remained a member of 
the board until his death. He was at the time of his death a 
member of the board of the Marietta C emetery Association. 

Originally he was in religious faith a Mennonite, but in 
1848 joined the Marietta Presbyterian Church, of which he 
• was a Ruling Elder for over thirty years. 

In 1847 Mr. Cassel united in marr age with Miss Mary 
Jane Stahl, daughter of the late Jacob Stahl, and she and two 
of their seven children survive — Henrv Burd Cassel, his 
father's partner and the present Republican County Chair- 
man, and Dr. George Lincoln Cassel, who has offices in Lan- 
caster and Philadelphia. 

Mr. ( assel was a remarkable man in many ways Though 
he quit school when quite young, he did not abandon study, 
but continued it even when pressed with other duties. He 
was a reader of the latest solid literature of the dav, with 
which he made himself master. Even when he arrived at the 
age when men usually retire from business, he kept steadily 
at work, managing his extensive lumber business and other 
interests. He was a man of a sunny, genial nature, social in 
his habits, and in the business world was regarded as pos- 
sessing sterling integrity. He had strong convictions and 
lived up to them. His counsel and advice was frequently 
sought, and was always cheerfully given. He was the friend 



44° CASSEL FAMILY. 

of everybody. He was exceedingly generous, and the poor 
of the town have lost their best friend. In his death Marietta 
has lost a valuable citizen. 

The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon, from his 
late residence, and was largely attended. Rev. A. T. Stew- 
art, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of this place, and Rev. 
John McElmoyle, formerly pastor in this place, now pastor of 
the Presbyterian Church of Elkton, Maryland, officiated. In- 
terment was made in Marietta Cemetery. The pall-bearers 
were three elders of the Church, S. P. Sterrett, John Swiler 
and Joseph L. Brandt, and three deacons, Abram Summy, I. 
S. Geist and George Mable. 

lQ<llvi<lual Kaiuilj 

Gen. No. No. 

5 37 6 Henry Neff Cassel, b. February 7, 181 7 ; d., 

aged 3 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 14. 

MARIA CASSEL 4 (Kauffman), of Abrahams, of Abra- 
ham 2 , of John 1 . 

5 38 1 AbraJiam Cassel Kauffman, b. 1799; d. 1887. 

He never married, and had no issue. He was a mem- 
ber of the Mennonite Church, and was instrumental in getting 
a Mennonite meeting house built on his farm, which consisted 
of one hundred acres, with fine buildings thereon, where he 
resided. Before his death he willed the farm to the congre- 
gation, in trust, the income of the farm to be used for the 
support of the church ; and if any overplus, it was for the 
support of the needy and poor of the distiict. 

5 39 2 Ann Cassel Kauffman, b. about 1802; 

married, first, to Charles Markley, M. 
D., who died ; she then married Thomas 
Veacy, M. D., who also died ; she mar- 
ried, a third time, to Levi Uhler ; she 
had two children by first marriage, both 
of whom died young. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 44 1 

CHILDREN OF No. 15. 

ABRAHAM CASSEL/, of Abrahams, of Abraham 2 , of 
John 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 40 1 Dr. J oil n H. Casscl, b. about 18 17. 

He studied medicine with Dr. Washington L. Atlee, and 
afterwards located at Pittsburg, where he was highly respected. 
He was married and had issue, and was a member of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church. His children are Charles G. 
and Clara M. 

5 41 2 Emanuel Casscl, b. 1819; m. Anna Nissly, 

who was b. 1819; d. 1845. 

He married, a second time, to Maria Rohrer. He was 
by occupation farmer, and resided near Mount Joy for a num- 
ber of years, then moving to the Kauffman farm near the 
.Kauffman Mennonite meeting house. He was greatly es- 
teemed by his neighbors for his generosity and kindness of 
heart. He had two children by his first wife and nine by his 
second. They are Mennonites. 

5 42 3 Jacob E. Casscl, b. January 22, 1822; m. 

Mary Jane Winebrenner, daughter of 
Rev. John Winebrenner. They had seven 
children. 

He was elected a member of the Legislature in October, 
1S59. Upon the breaking out of the Rebellion he enlisted as 
a private in Stambauch's Seventy-seventh Regiment P. V.,but 
arriving in camp, he was appointed to the position of Quarter- 
master, which he held up to October 9, 1862, when he was 
captured by the enemy. Upon his release, infirm health in- 
duced him to retire from the arm)-. His children were Ellen, 
William, James, Sarah, Laura, Charles and Emma. 

5 43 4 Mary Casscl, b. ; d. unmarried. 

(c. f.— 30.) 



44 2 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



44 5 Hetty Ann Cassel, d. ; m. John K. Barr. 
Their children are Mary, Frank, Martha, 
Abraham, Anna. (See their children 
under No. 44.) 



CHILDREN OF No. 44. 

HETTY ANN CASSEL* (Barr), of Abraham*, of Abra- 
hams, of Abraham 2 , of Johannes 1 . 



6 


50 


1 


Mary Barr. 


6 


5i 


2 


Frank Barr. 


6 


52 


3 


Martha Barr. 


6 


53 


4 


Abraham Barr, deceased. 


6 


54 


5 


Anita Barr. 



CHILDREN OF Sso. 17. 
JOSEPH CASSEL 4 , of Josephs, of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

1 John Casscl, b. 1795 ; d. young. 

2 Joseph Cassel, b. 1797; d. young. 

3 Joseph C asset, b. January 5, 1799. 

4 Henry Cassel, b. August 9, 1801. 

5 Annie Cassel, b. March 15, 1804; m. Henry 
Stauffer; no issue. 

60 6 Elizabeth Cassel, b. December 6, 1806; m. 
Henry Buckwalter. Their children are 
Annie, Mattie, Joseph and Elizabeth. 



5 


55 


5 


56 


5 


57 


5 


58 


5 


59 



CASSEL FAMILY. 443 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



61 7 John Cassel, b. July 16, 1809; m. Mary 

Hernley, who died; he married, a second 
time, Annie Weber, of Mechanicsburg, 
Cumberland county, Pa. ; children were 
all by first marriage, Annie, Maria, 
Henry, Lizzie, John and Joseph. They 
are Mennonites. 

62 8 Mary Cassel, b. October 26, 181 1 ; m. Jacob 

Hostetter ; children : Harriet, Joseph 
and Annie. 

63 9 David Cassel, b. June 12, 18 14; m. Annie 

Gibble. He died March 19, 1896; 
Dunkards ; buried at Kreider's meeting 
house. Had one son, Jeremiah. 

64 10 Jacob Cassel, b. December 9, 18 17; Barbara 

Hernley. He resides on the old Sport- 
ing Hill farm, on the big Shika Salunga 
creek. There is an old family grave- 
yard on said farm, where a number of 
the older Cassels are buried. They have 
three children, Fannie, Abraham and 
Annie. They are Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 18. 
DAVID CASSEL*, of Josephs, of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

65 1 David Cassel, b. May 8, 1800; d. September 

20, 1877; m. Catharine Myers, of Berks 
county, Pa., who died. He married, a 
second time, to Eliza Muma ; resided in 
Marietta, Lancaster county, Pa., for fifty 
years ; children : 



444 CASSEL FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

By first marriage : 

6 a i Rufns Cassel, b. March 1 1, 1825; m. 

Eliza Miller. 

6 b 2 Hiram Casse/, b. January 1, 1827; un- 

married. 

6 c 3 David Cassel, b. October 24, 1829; d. 

October 31, 1831. 

6 d 4 Margaret Cassel, b. January 25, 1828 ; m. 

Samuel Mahaffy. 

6 e 5 Elizabeth Cassel, b. February 25, 1832; m. 

Dr. Peoples. 

6 f 6 Abraliam Cassel, b. April 15, 1834; m. 

Annie Dobson. 

6 g 7 Elmira Cassel, b. November 22, 1836; d. 

August 24, 1838. 

By second marriage : 

6 h 8 Catharine Cassel, b. October 31, 1848; d. 

November 22, 1882. 

6 i 9 Annie Mary Cassel, b. November 4, 1849. 

6 j 10 Snsan E. Cassel, b. February 4, 1852 ; m. 

John Mateen. 

6 k 11 Delilah Cassel, b. June 9, 1853; d. August 

3i, 1853. 

6 1 12 Emily Cassel, b. April 26, 1854; d. May 

8, 1862. 

6 m 13 Aldema Cassel, b. July 1, 1858; m. 

Elwood Childs. 

6 n 14 Joseph Cassel, b. May 3, 1859; m. Ella 

McCullough, and had children, John 
Raymond Cassel, Alice Hazel Cassel. 




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CASSEL FAMILY. 445 



Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 



66 2 Abraham Cassel, b. January 16, 1805 ; m. 

Caroline Quest, April 25, 1832, who 
was born February 5, 181 5; lived in 
Marietta until about 1885. He now re- 
sides in Thompsontown, Juniata county, 
Pa. ; children : Anna, Clinton, Marga- 
retta, George. 

67 3 Joseph Cassel, b. August 18, 1807; d. No- 

vember 17, 1890, at Sporting Hill, Lan- 
caster county, Pa. ; unmarried. 

68 4 John Cassel, m. Sarah Ann Goodman, Mari- 

etta, Pa. 

69 5 Nancy Cassel, m. Jacob Ayresman, of Sport 

ing Hill, Pa. ; had 18 children; they 
moved to Four Corners, Darke county, 
Ohio; their children are Elizabeth, Mar)', 
Christine, David, Henry, Joseph, Catha- 
rine, Andrew and others. 

70 6 Hettie Cassel, m. Daniel Seaman, Hamburg, 

Pa. ; have six or more children ; reside 
near Hamburg, Pa. 

71 7 Catharine Cassel, m. James Cochran ; miller; 

Lancaster county, Pa. ; children : David, 
Horace, and three daughters. 

72 8 Mary Cassel, m. Samuel Oberlin, near 

Columbia, Pa. ; children : Annie, Kate, 
Jacob and Luther. 

73 9 Martha Cassel, m. David Summy. 



44^ CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 60. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL* (Buckwalter), of Joseph', of 
Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John'. 

Fudividual Family 

Gen. Nu. No. 

6 74 1 Annie Buckwalter, m. Benjamin Stehman ; 

had children : Henry, Lizzie, and one 
died youn<j 



ig- 



75 2 Mattie Buckwalter, m. Joseph Stauffer ; had 

children : Lizzie, Benjamin, Mary Ann, 
Amanda and Reuben. 

76 3 Joseph Buckwalter, m. Elizabeth Weidman ; 

children : Hiram, Henry, Lizzie, Mary, 
David, Daniel. 

yy 4 Elizabeth Buckwalter, m. Jonas Erb ; child- 
ren : Nathaniel, Mar)- Ann and Lizzie. 



CHILDREN OF No. 61. 

JOHN CASSEL*, of Joseph*, of Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , 
of John 1 . 

6 78 1 Annie Cassel, b. January 28, 1838; m. Jacob 

Hershey ; children : Louisa, Lizzie. 

6 79 2 Maria Cassel, b. April 1, 1839; m. Reuben 

Hershey ; no issue. 

6 80 3 Henry Cassel, b. September 18, 1841; m. 

Annie Minnich ; children : Milton, 
Emanda, Nora, Annie. 

6 81 4 Lizzie Cassel, b. May 10, 1844; unmarried. 

She is a practicing physician, and grad- 
uated at Ann Arbor, Mich. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 447 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



82 5 John Casscl, b. September 25, 1846; m. 

Adaline Kreider, a daughter of Jacob and 
Annie Kreider, of Landisville, Lancaster 
county, Pa. ; children : Fannie, Annie, 
Lizzie and John ; resides on the old 
homestead of his father; occ, farmer; 
near Lancaster Junction. 

83 6 Joseph Casse/, b. November 3, 1848; in. 

Annie Musser ; children : Amos Emma, 
Frank. 



CHILDREN OF No. 62. 

MARY CASSELs (Hostetter), of Joseph 4 , of Joseph^, of 
Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

6 84 I Harriet Hostetter, m. Henry Hilton ; child- 

ren : Augustus, Mary and Charles. 

6 85 2 J seph Hostetter, m. Miss Geightner, 

residing in Washington, D. C. ; has three 
or four children. 

6 86 3 Annie Hostetter, m. Samuel Martin. 

7 87 Have one child, Bertha. 



CHILDREN OF No. 63. 

DAVID CASSEL*, of Joseph 4 , of Joseph, of Abraham 2 , 
of John 1 . 

6 88 1 Jeremiah Casse/, m. Mary Sellers ; children : 

Minnie and Charles. 



448 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 64. 

JACOB CASSELs, of Joseph*, of Josephs, of Abraham 2 , 
of John 1 . 

Individual Famllj 

Gen. No. No. 

6 89 1 Fannie Cassel, m. John Weidman ; have two 

children living, Lizzie and Barbara, and 
two died young. 

6 90 2 Abraham Cassel, m. Barbara Musser. 

7 91 Have one child, Henry. 

6 92 3 Annie Cassel, m. John Musser; have one 

child, Minnie. 



CHILDREN OF No. 40. 

DR. JOHN H. CASSELs, of Abraham*, of Abrahams, 
of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

6 93 1 Charles G Cassel, Pittsburg, Pa. 

6 94 2 Clara M. Cassel, Pittsburg. Pa ; m. Thomas 

Morris. 



CHILDREN OF No. 41. 

EMANUEL CASSELs, of Abraham*, of Abrahams, D f 
Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

6 95 1 Abraham N. Cassel, b. 1 843 ; m. Anna Longe- 

necker ; res , Denver, Colorado ; clerk 
in dry goods store in Denver ; no issue. 

6 96 2 Ann N. Cassel, b. 1845; m. Henry B. 

Hertzler; carriage builder; res., Salunga, 
Lancaster county, Pa. ; children : Anna, 
Henry, Fannie, Emanuel, John, Elam 
and Nora. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 449 

CHILDREN OF No. 96. 

ANN N. CASSEL 6 (Hertzler), of Emanuel*, of Abra- 
ham 4 , of Abrahams, f Abraham 2 , of Johannes 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 97 1 Annie Elizabeth Hertzler, b. 1864; m. 

Andrew Lehman. 

7 98 2 Henry Milton Hertzler, b. 1865 ; d., aged 

five years. 

7 99 3 Fannie C. Hertzler, b. 1866; m. Wesley 

Greider. 

7 100 4 Emanuel Cassel Hertzler, b. 1S69; m. Eliza- 

beth Kauffman. 

7 101 5 John C. Hertzler, b. 1874. 

7 102 6 El am C. Hertzler, b. 1876. 

7 103 7 Nora Grace Hertzler, b. 1878. 

Second marriage : 
6 104 3 Mary R. Cassel, b. February 1, 1848. 

6 105 4 Susan R. Cassel, b. February 16, 1849; m. 

A. R. Kling ; Methodist ; their children 
are : 

1 Grace Kling. 

2 Bessie Kling. 

5 Elizabeth R. Cassel, b. October 28, 1850 ; m. 
Amos M. Greider; Mennonites ; their 
children are : 

1 Harry Greider. 

2 Benjamin Franklin Greider. 

3 Charles Greider. 
(c. f.— 31.) 



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Iii'li vidual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 112 4 Hozvard Greider. 

7 113 5 Christian Greider. 

6 114 6 Emanuel R. Cassel, b. July 17, 1852; m. 

Mary Walton; res., Lebanon, Pa.; ex- 
press messenger ; they have one child : 

7 115 1 Anna Cassel, b. May 2, 1887. 

6 116 7 Hetty Ann R. Cassel, b. August 16, 1854; 

d. April 30, i860. 

6 117 8 John R. Cassel, b. February 24, 1856; m. 

Maria Snavely, of Lancaster Junction ; 
farmer; Mennonites; they had one child. 

7 118 1 Fannit Cassel, b. June 6, 1887. 

6 119 9 Emma R. Cassel, b. February 21, i860; m. 

John Eby ; United Brethren ; they have 
one child. 

7 120 1 Walter Eby, b. April 2, 1 cS8y. 

6 121 10 Clara R. Cassel, b. October 29, 1861 ; in. 

Henry Swarr; Dunkard.^ or Brethren; 
have two children. 

7 122 1 Mary Swarr, b. October 26, 1884. 

7 123 2 Charles' Swarr, b. October 1, 1N87 

6 11 Harry R. Cassel, b. August 7, 1863; m. 

Elizabeth Hershey; no issue; res., Penn 
township, Lancaster county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 42. 

JACOB E. CASSEL 5 , of Abraham 4 , of Abrahams, G f 
Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

6 1 24 1 Ellen M. Cassel, m. Charles S. Snyder, of 

Lancaster, Pa. ; no issue. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 45 I 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 125 2 William W. Cassel, m. Julia Moore. He has 

been the editor and proprietor of the 
" Sterling Press," at Sterling, Neb., and 
is now freight agent of the Pennsylvania 
railroad at Mount Joy, Lancaster county, 
Pa. Children : Maud, Winnie, Charles. 

6 126 3 James Colder Cassel, m. Emma Boyer, of 

Harrisburg. He is Superintendent of 
the Norfolk and Western Railroad, 
Lynchburg Division, at Roanoke, Va. 

6 127 4 Sarah Cassel, va. E. Jay Moore, an attorney- 

at-law, of Hot Springs, S. Dak.; child- 
ren : J. Cassel Moore and Walter Cassel 
Moore. 

6 128 5 Laura M. Cassel, m. Clarence L. Trevitt, an 

attorney-at-law and court reporter, of 
Washington, D. C. 

6 129 6 Charles H. Cassel ; freight and passenger 

agent of the Norfolk and Western Rail- 
road at Max Meadow, Va. 

6 130 7 Emma Cassel, m. Hugh H. Zeller, clerk in 

freight depot of the Pennsylvania rail- 
road, at Mount Joy, Lancaster county, 
Pa. 

The following in regard to the reunion of the Cassel 
family at Mount Joy is taken from the " Daily News Era," 
Lancaster, Pa., of August 25, 1891 : 

" A large family reunion took place on Thursday even- 
ing last at the residence of Mr. J. E. Cassel, freight agent of 
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, at Mount Joy. There 
were present William W. Cassel, late editor and one of the 
proprietors of the ' Sterling Press-Sun,' of Sterling, Neb., his 
wife and three children ; James C. Cassel, Superintendent of 
the Lynchburg Division of the Norfolk and Western Rail- 



452 CASSEL FAMILY. 

road, and his wife, of Roanoke, Va. ; Mrs. Laura M. Trevitt, 
nee Miss Laura M. Cassel, of Washington, D. C. ; Charles S. 
Snyder and wife, of Lancaster, Pa. ; H. H. Zeller and wife, 
who was Miss Emma Cassel, of Mount Joy; and Miss Emma 
C. Winebrenner, of Frederick, Md., sister of Mrs. Cassel. 

" All the children were present except Mrs. E. Jay Moore, 
of Hot Springs, S. Dak., and Charles H. Cassel, freight and 
passenger agent of the Norfolk and Western Railroad, at Max 
Meadow, Va. The reunion was a most enjoyable one in every 
respect, as such affairs always are, and was more so because 
the children are so widely scattered and are not often privi- 
leged to be together. 



CHILDREN OF No. 65. 

DAVID CASSELs, Q f David 4 , of Josephs, of Abraham 2 , 
of John 1 . 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 131 1 Rufus Cassel, b. March 11, 1825, at Mari- 

etta, Lancaster county, Pa. ; m. Elizabeth 
Miller, of Dauphin county, Pa., February 
15, 1849. 

6 2 Hiram Cassel ; unmarried. 

6 3 David Cassel. 

6 4 Margaret Cassel, m. Samuel Mehaffey ; res., 

Chambersburg, Pa. 

6 5 Elizabeth Cassel, m. Dr. Pebles, New Castle, 

Pa. 

6 6 Abraham Cassel, m. Anna Maria Dobson. 

6 7 Eln lira Cassel ; single. 

6 8 Kate Cassel ; d. unmarried. 

6 9 Annie Cassel, m. Adam Cox. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 453 



Individual Family 

Gen. So. No. 



6 10 Susan Cassel. 

6 1 1 Del ilali Cass i' I. 

6 12 Entile Cassel. 

6 13 Aldema Cassel, m. Elhvood Childs. 

6 14 Joseph Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 131. 

RUFUS CASSEL 6 , of Davids, Q f David*, of Josephs, G f 
Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 
7 1 1 Carrie C Cassel, b. April 15, 1850; unmar- 



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ed. 



7 22 David M. Cassel, b. April 24, 1852; m. Mary 

Blausser, of Franklintown, York county, 
Pa. 

7 3 3 Jonathan Cassel, b. June 21, 1854; m. Sarah 

Stambaugh, of Mount Top, York county, 
Pa. ; res., York county, Pa. 

7 44 Daniel Cassel, b. September 18, 1856; m. 

Mary E. Mumper, of Mount Holly 
Springs, Cumberland county, Pa., on 
January 14, 1876; res, York, Pa. 

7 55 Levi A. Cassel, b. November 25, 1858; m. 

Maggie Brindle, of Cumberland county, 
Pa. ; res., Dillsburg, York county, Pa. 

7 6 6 Emma Cassel, b. March 27, 1861. 

7 7 7 Anna M. Cassel, b. August 27, 1864. 

7 8 8 Harry Clayton Cassel, b. December 18, 1866; 

d. March 23, 1888. 



454 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 99 Alice Cass el, b. September 22, 1 868 ; unmar- 

ried. 

7 io io Hiram Cassel, b. September 13, 1863; d. 

September 17, 1863. 

7 11 11 Mary Josephine Cassel, b. October 21, 1873; 

unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2. (This page.) 

DAVID M. CASSEL?, of Rufus 6 , of Davids, G f David*, 
of Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

1 Mary J. Cassel, b. about 1876; married. 

2 Lottie L. Cassel, b. about 1880; single (1896). 

3 Charlie Cassel. 

4 Mamie Cassel. 

5 Cassel. 

6 John R. Cassel. 

7 Elmer Cassel. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 3. 

JONATHAN CASSEL?, of Rufus 6 , of Davids, G f 
David 4 , of Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

8 1 Carrie Cassel. 

8 2 Ivia Cassel. 

8 3 .Jennie Cassel. 

8 4 Annie a Cassel. 

8 5 Gretna Cassel. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 455 

CHILDREN OF No. 4. 

DANIEL CASSEL?, of Rufus 6 , of Davids, G f David*, 
of Josephs, Q f Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gin. No. No. 

8 1 Irene Casscl, b. November 5, 1876. 

8 2 Alice A. Casscl, b. January 7, 1881. 



CHILDREN OF No. 5. 

LEVI CASSEL?, of Rufus 6 , of Davids, of David*, of 
Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

8 1 Miller B. Casscl, b. about 1887. 

8 2 Frank Casscl. 

8 3 Grace Casscl. 

8 4 Harry Clayton Casscl. 

8 5 George R. Casscl. 

8 6 Edward Casscl. 



CHILDREN OF No. 66 

ABRAHAM CASSEL*, of David*, of Joseph 3 , of Abka- 
ham 2 , of John 1 . 

6 140 1 Anna Elisabeth Casscl, m. T. S. Thompson, 

on January 8, 1 861, at Thompsontown, 
Juniata county, Pa. 

6 141 2 Clayton Eagle Casscl, b. March 4, 1837; d. 

February 2, 1859. 

6 142 3 Margaretta Augusta Casscl, b. January 10, 

1 84 1 ; d. July 27, 1 888; unmarried. 



45^ CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

f;en No. No. 



6 143 4 George Wilson Cassel, b. August 22, 1843 

d. February 5, 1857. 



CHILDREN OF No. 68. 

JOHN CASSELs, of David 4 , of Josephs, Q f Abraham 2 , 
of John 1 . 

6 144 1 Alonzo Cassel, d. unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No 69. 

NANLY CASSELs (Ayresman), of David 4 , of Josephs, 
of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 



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Christine Ayresman. 


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4 


David Ayresm<m. 


6 


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5 


Henry Ayresman. 


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6 


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Andrew Airesman. 



Ten more whose names I did not get. 
All of Darke county, Ohio. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 457 

CHILDREN OF No. 71. 

CATHARINE CASSEL* (Cochran), of David*, of 
Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 153 1 David Cochran. 

6 154 2 Horace Cochran. 

6 155 3 Three daughters, whose names I did not get 



CHILDREN OF No. 72. 

MARY CASSEL* (Oberlin), of David*, of Joseph-, of 
Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

6 156 1 Annie Oberlin, unmarried" 

6 157 2 Kate Oberlin, m. Thompson, who 

died ; they had issue. 

6 158 3 Jacob Oberlin, m. , and had issue. 

6 159 4 Luther Oberlin, m. , and had issue. 



CHILDREN OF No 36.- 

ABRAHAM N. CASSEL*, of Henry*, of Abraham*, of 
Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

6 169 1 Miriam Cassel, b. October 20, 1848; d. 

September 14, 1849. 

6 170 2 Clayton K. Cassel, ^ 

V Twins. 
6 171 3 Franklin S. Cassel, J 

b. August 18, 1850; Franklin died Au- 
gust 28, 1850; Clayton died August 
31, 1850. 
(c. f.— 32.) 



45 S CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 172 4 John Howard Cassel, b. January 17, 1852; 

d. January 26, 1887. 

6 173 5 Ann Eliza Cassel, b. July 11, 1854; d. July 

28, 187. 

6 174 6 Henry Burd Cassel, b. October 19, 1856; m 

Mary Patterson, July 17, 1877; res., 
Marietta, Lancaster county, Pa. ; in lum- 
ber business with his father ; children : 
Samuel, Howard, Mary, Francis, Henry, 
Walter. 

6 175 7 George L. Cassel, M. D., b. April 30, 1861; 

m. Mary Horn Cadwallader, November 
5, 1885 ; is a practicing physician in 
Philadelphia ; children : Charles, George, 
Miriam. Lately moved to Lancaster. 



CHILDREN OF No. 74. 

ANNIF BUCKWALTER 6 (Stehman), of Elizabeth 
Cassel 5 (Buckwalter), of Joseph 4 , of Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of 
John 1 . 

7 176 I Henry Stehman, m. first, Seitz ; 

second, Bender. 

7 177 2 Lizzie Stehman, unmarried. 

7 178 3 One died Young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 75. 

MATTIE BUCKWALTER 6 (Stauffer), of Elizabeth 
Cassel 5 (Buckwalter), of Joseph 4 , of Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of 
John 1 . 



CASSEL FAMILY. 45 9 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



7 179 1 Lizzie Stauffer, m. John Brubaker ; have 

three children. 

7 180 2 Benjamin Stauffer, m. Mary Ann Snavely ; 

have four children. 

7 181 3 Mary Ann Stauffer, m. Ezra Hess; have 

children. 

7 182 4 Amanda Stauffer, m. Jacob Rohrer; have 

four children. 

7 183 5 Reuben Stauffer, deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 76. 

JOSEPH BUCKWALTER 6 , of Elizabeth Cassels 
(Buckwalter), of Joseph 4 , of Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 , 

1 Hiram Buckwalter, m. Zahm. 

2 Henry Buckwalter. 

3 Lizzie Buckwalter, m. Jacob Garber. 

4 Mary Buckwalter, m. Seitz. 

5 David Buckwalter, m. Amelia Reist. 

6 Daniel Buckwalter, m. Mary Kraft. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 77. 

ELIZABETH BUCKWALTER 6 (Erb), of Elizabeth 
Cassel 5 (Buckwalter), of Joseph 4 , of Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of 
John 1 . 

7 190 1 Nathan Erb, m. Frank ; had three 

children. 



460 CASSEL FAMILY. 



Individual family 

Gen No. No. 



7 191 2 Mary Ann Erb, m. Risser ; had five 

children. 

7 192 3 Lizzie Erb,m. Stauffer; one child. 



CHILDREN OF No. . 

ANNIE CASSEL 6 (Hershey), of Johns, n f Joseph*, of 

Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

7 193 1 Louisa Hershey, d. unmarried, aged 2 1 years, 

7 194 2 Lizzie Hershey, m. Martin Gross ; one child. 



CHILDREN OF No. 80. 

HENRY CASSEL 6 , of Johns, of Joseph 4 , of Josephs, f 

Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

7 195 1 Milton Cassel, m. Fannie Longenecker; five 

children. 

7 196 2 Emanda Cassel, m. Pharez Sharp; no 

children. 

7 197 3 Nora Cassel. 

7 198 4 Annie Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 82. 

JOHN CASSEL 6 , of Johns, of Joseph 4 , of Joseph 3 , of 
Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

7 199 1 Fannie Cassel, m. Hiram Kauffman, a Men- 

nonite preacher ; they have one child, 
Addie Dorah, b. July 20, 1893. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 46 1 



Individual Pamllj 

Gen. No. No. 



7 200 2 Annie Cassel, m. Ephraim Hershey ; have 

one child, John Ray, b. December 28, 
1895. 

7 201 3 Lizzie Cassel, <1. in infancy. 

7 202 4 John Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 83. 

JOSEPH H. CASSEL 6 , of John-, of Joseph*, of Josephs, 
of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

7 203 1 Amos Cassel, principal of the business college, 

at Roanoke, Virginia. 

7 204 2 Emma Cassel. 
7 205 3 Frank Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 84. 

HARRIET HOSTETTER 6 (Hilton), of Mary Cassel* 
(Hostetter), of Joseph 4 , of Joseph^, of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

7 206 1 Agustus Hilton, m. in Somerset county, Pa. 

7 207 2 Mary Hilton, m. Mr. Minnich. 

7 208 3 Charles Hilton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 88. 
JEREMIAH CASSEL 6 , of DAYiD5,of Joseph 4 , of Josephs. 
of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 
7 209 1 Minnie Cassel, m. Milton Swaar ; one child. 

7 210 2 Charles Cassel. 



462 CASSEL FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 89. 

FANNIE CASSEL 6 (Weidman), of Jacobs, of Joseph*, 
of Joseph 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gea. No. No. 

7 211 1 Lizzie Weidman, m. David Stauffer; one 

child. 

7 212 2 Barbara Weidman, m. Abraham Groff; no 

children. 

7 213 3 Two died young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 174. 

HENRY BURD CASSEL 6 , of Abraham N.s, of Henry*, 
of Abraham 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

7 214 1 Samuel Patterson Cass el, b. July 5, 1878; d. 

in infancy. 

2 Howard Ncff Cassel, b. August 24, 1879. 

3 Mary Euphemia Cassel, b. May 21, 1881. 

4 Francis Patterson Cassel, b. March 27, 1883. 

5 Henry Cassel, b. February 8, 1887. 

6 Walter Patterson Cassel, b. January 8, 1890. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 175. 

GEORGE L. CASSEL, M. D. 6 , of Abraham N.s, of 
Henry 4 , of Abraham 3 , of Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 

7 220 1 Charles Cadwallader Cassel, b. August 10, 

18S6 

7 221 2 George Lincoln Cassel, b. September 16, 

1 89 i . 

7 222 3 Miriam Cassel, September 15, 1894. 



CASSEL FAMILY. 463 



CHILDREN OF No. 



32. 



ANN CASSEL 5 (Curran), of Henry 4 , of Abraham^, of 
Abraham 2 , of John 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. ' 



6 1 Frank K. Curran, b. October 31, 1820; m. 

Charlotte Welchans, in 1846, who was 
born 1825 ; children : 

7 r Annie C. Curran, b. 1847; d. young. 

7 2 Elizabeth Cassel Curran, b. 1848; m. 

Henry Cook ; no issue. 

7 3 F. K. Curran, b. 1850. 

7 4 James W. Curran, b. 1852; m. Olivia 

Hippie; children: Hazel May, b. 1888; 
Mirvel, b. 1890. 

7 5 Eleanor Curran, b. 1855. 

7 6 Henry Curran, b. 1857; d. young. 

7 7 yiv/z/z c7. Curran, b. 1859; d., aged 33 

years. 

7 8 Bur die Curran, b. 1861 ; d. in infancy. 

7 9 Frank Curran, b. 1863. 

7 10 Brice Curran, b. 1866. 

7 11 George B. Curran, b. 1870. 

7 12 William Curran, b. 1871. (Adopted.) 



ERRATA. 



On page 70, No. 131, read Samuel H. Cassel, born Octo- 
ber 28, 1800; m. Catharine Anderson, December 3, 1832, who 
died soon after. He married his second wife, Elizabeth Price, 
January 12, 1846. He died February 17, 1894, aged 84 years, 
3 months and 19 days. 

P a g e 79, No. 8, Joel, read Mattoon P. O., 111., instead of 
Mastoon. 

Page 141, read No. 158 instead of 185, the number of 
Eliza Cassel. 

Page 259, fourth line from bottom, read " leases" instead 
of " cases." 



INDEX TO THIRD PART. 



B 



Iii'ih i<l;i;il 
N'.j. 



Page 

Buckwalter, Mattie (Stauffer) 75 45s 
Buckwalter, Joseph .... 76 459 



Individual 
No. 



Buck waller, Elizabeth (Frb). 77 
Buckwalter, Annie (Stehman) 74 



 

459 
458 



c 



Cassel, Abraham 2 43 1 

Cassel, Abraham 7 43 2 

Cassel, Abraham N 36 | J|6 

Cassel, Abraham 15 441 

Cassel, Abraham 45 2 

Cassel, Abraham 66 455 

Cassel, Abraham 66 445 

Cassel, Abraham .... 452 

Cassel, Aldema 452 

Cassel, Ann N. (Ilertzler) . 96 449 

Cassel, Anna (Raup) ... 12 435 

Cassel, Ann (Curran) ... 32 463 

Cassel, Annie (Buckwalter) . 74 460 

Cassel, Annie (Hershey) . . 78 446 

Cassel, Barbara (Buckwalter) 10 434 

Cassel, Charles H .... 129 451 

Cassel, Catharine-( Cochran) . 71 457 

Cassel, Clara R. (Swair) . . 121 456 

Cassel, Daniel 4 455 

Cassel, David (of Marietta) . 18 443 

Cassel, David M 2 454 

Cassel, David 63 452 

Cassel, David (at Kreider's) 63 447 

Cassel, Elizabeth (Pebles) . 452 

Cassel, Elizabeth (Buckwalter) 60 446 

Cassel, Elizabeth R. (Greider) 108 449 

Cassel, Emma (Zeller) . . .130 450 

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