James GILFILLEN
(1810-)
Sarah JONES
Perry KREMER
(1818-1903)
Nancy GILFILLEN
(1822-1899)
Thomas J. KREMER
(1852-1929)

 

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Myra E. KEELY

Thomas J. KREMER 1074

  • Born: Oct 1852, Pennsylvania 1074
  • Marriage: Myra E. KEELY
  • Died: 1929 at age 77 3405
  • Buried: 1929, Millerstown Memorial Cemetery; Millerstown, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA 3405
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Residence, 1900, Tuscarora, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA. 1074 living with his widowed father. Thomas is also widowed.

Occupation, 1900, Tuscarora, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA. 1074 where he was a farmer.

Newspaper Article, 14 Jun 1929, Newport, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA. 3406 Published in the Weekly News-Sun:

Public Sale of Valuable Real Estate The undersigned executors of the will of Thomas J. Kremer, late of Millerstown Borough, Perry Co., Pa., deceased, by virtue of authority contained in said will, will expose to sale by public outery on Saturday, June 29, 1929, The following real estate of the said decedent, to wit:

No. 1, A Fine Farm

Situate in Tuscarora township, Perry Co., Pa., 1 * miles from Millerstown, on the State Highway from Millerstown to Ickesburg, bounded by lands of Dr. M. Gearhart, W. J. Hall, G. M. Black, Mrs. Emma Rumberger, C. G. Paden, I. B. Secrist and others, containing 314 acres, more or less, having thereon erected a large 2 *-story brick dwelling house, suitable for 2 families, a bank barn, 100 by 50, a wagon-shed with corn cribs, a hog pen, a chicken-house, a springhouse and other buildings, with a never-failing spring of good water piped to the house and barn. About 200 acres are cleared and in a good state of productivity, the soil being very good; the balance consists of woodland, some of which has a good set of fine hemlock and oak trees. This is the farm known for many years as the Kremer Farm, and considering its location, building waters, soil and other advantages, is one of the most desirable farms that has come into the market for years, and a fine country home.

No. 2, A Town Home

Being a lot of ground situate in Millerstown, Perry Co., Pa., bounded on the east by S. Main St., on the south by lot of Mrs. Leila Arentz and Miss Mina Kremer, known as the "Keeley lot," on the west by Locust Alley, and on the north by Poplar Alley, having there erected a 2 *-story brick

Dwelling House

With all the necessary improvements, such as electric lights, steam heat, water and bath-room, the interior of the whole house having been papered, painted and varnished only a few months before Mr. Kremer's death. This is a most desirable home.

No. 3, Town Lots

Situate in Millerstown, Perry Co., Pa., bounded on the north by Poplar Alley, on the east by Locust Alley, on the south by Grave St., and on the west by Penna. Canal, being four in number, without buildings, of very good soil, suitable for gardening, trucking or buildings.

Sale of Tract No. 1 to be held at the premises thereof at 1:30 p.m. Sale of Tracts Nos. 2 and 3 to be held at premises of Tract No. 2 at 3:30 p.m.

Terms of Sale-Ten per cent of the purchase money to be paid when the property is stricken down; the balance on Tract No. 1 to be paid April 1, 1930, when the deed will be delivered and possession given; the balance on Tracts Nos. 2 and 3 to be paid October 1, 1929, when deeds will be delivered and possession given.

J. R. Black,
Lewis G. Ulsh, Executors,
Millerstown, Pa. Walter W. Rice, Atty. A. L. Long, Auctioneer.


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Thomas married Myra E. KEELY, daughter of Ulysses KEELY and Mary KEELY (NEE UNKNOWN). (Myra E. KEELY was born on 9 Sep 1855,1073 died on 30 Aug 1893 1073 and was buried in Sep 1893 in Millerstown Memorial Cemetery; Millerstown, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA 1073.)




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