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A Crisler genealogy : descendants of Aaron and Susannah (Baker) Crisler of Preble County Ohio

compiled by Madeline (Replogle) Raymond
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Pullman, Washington : M. Raymond, 1986
xx, 137 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Includes bibliographic references.

Includes index.

Includes Crigler, Gaar, Kaifer, Whaley, Runnion, Replogle and other related families.

Aaron Crisler, Sr., (1775-1852) was the son of Adam Crisler and Elizabeth Crigler of Culpepper County, VA. Elizabeth Crigler (d. 1847) was the daughter of Nicholas and Margaret (Kaifer) Crigler. Nicholas was the son of Jacob Crigler who emigrated in 1717 from Germany to America and was a member of the 1717 Germanna Colony in Virginia. Margaret Kaifer was the daughter of Michael Kaifer who also was a member of the 1717 Germanna Colony. Aaron, Sr. married Susannah (Susan) Baker (1780-1863) in 1799, Madison County, VA. The family later migrated to Indiana and Preble County, OH. Descendants are located in Kansas, Indiana, Washington and various other states.

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