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Deeder Families
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I am searching for and willing to share information on the Deeder family who were in Pike County no later than 1844 by the records that I have so far. Issac and Sophia (Kurfmann) Deeder came from PA. They had these children that were born in Pike County: Benjamin F 1844, Grant ca.1845, Sophia 7/12/1848, Barbara E. 1850, Porter Allan 1854, James Arthur 5/4/1857( died 1933 Fish Hook) and William Henry born in PA 1838. William Henry Deeder was married to Sarah Mountain in 1858 and Cefronia Kurfman in 1864. He served in the Illinois Artillary Unit during the Civil War and was a member of the G.A.R. I know that he lived in Pittsfield prior to 1861 and was a member of the United Brethern Church. He was a farmer when he later moved to Clay County, NE. William had Benjamin F 7/19/1865 Pearl, William Henry II, 1867 New Salem, Charles A. 1869 New Salem, Issac 11/17/1872, Joseph Marion 12/16/1873, James Edward 9/16/1876, John Henry 1877, Elmer Thomas 10/23/1881, Arthur J ca 1886, Gertrude M 2/24/1888 Beatrice, NE, and Ralph. Benjamin F married Nancy Anna Long. I am looking for any further information on these relatives. If there is a Deeder looking for information I have a lot more information on the family when they moved to NE. I am most interested in any more detailed information on the Deeders while they were in Pike County.

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