Eleanor J. Fisher (1863-1935)
Generation No. 5
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Eleanor J. Fisher and Will Kreider on their Wedding day, November 10, 1897
William Henry Kreider & Eleanor J. Fisher
E1 Eleanor (Ella) J. Fisher, born December 8, 1863 in Uhrichsville, Ohio, died September 10, 1935 in Newark, Ohio Death Certificate Button; Married November 10, 1897 William Henry Kreider (view Marriage License), born October 2, 1859 in Pennsylvania, died December 24, 1909 Death Certificate Button; ill and Ella are both buried Adams Mills Cemetery, Adams Mills, Cass Township, Muskingum County, Ohio (no headstones). No children.

Will's father was Abraham Kreider (1783-1870), and his mother was Jane (Palmer) Kreider (1837-1907), Abraham's second wife.

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The Newark Advocate and American Tribune
Newark, Ohio
Wednesday, September 11, 1935
Pg. 9


Mrs. Eleanor Kreider, 72, of 102 Madison avenue, died Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. in the City hospital where she had been a patient for the past two weeks. She had been failing in health for several months.

She had been a resident of Newark for the past 25 years and was a member of the East Main U. B. church and the Royal Neighbors.

Surviving are one sister, Rose Kreider [sic], of the home and one brother George Fisher of Uhrichsville.

The body was removed to the Criss Brother' Funeral home. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.

Coshocton Daily Times
Wednesday, December 29, 1909

The remains of W. W. Crider, formally of this place but later of Newark, were brought here on train No. 10 Monday for burial. His age was about 50. He had many friends through this vicinity.

William Henry Kreider was my uncle, husband of my father's sister Ella.

He died of wound sepsis following a crushing injury to his hand in a foundry in Newark, Ohio. The doctors amputated a finger, then the hand, then the arm at the shoulder. It was probably gas gangrene.

James Lee Fisher  

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