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HUSBAND

Jacob Drayer II (10)
Parents  
Born Oct. 18, 1807, Thunstettin, Canton Berne, Switzerland (10)
Died Dec. 24, 1876 (10)
Buried Newhouse Cemetery, Scioto Twp., Delaware County, Ohio (10)
WIFE Barbara Ann Rickli1 (10)
Parents  
Born  
Died  
Buried  
Married Switzerland (10)
WIFE Catherine Secrist2 (10)
Parents  
Born  
Died  
Buried Newhouse Cemetery, Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (10)
Married Jan. 1, 1853 (10)
CHILDREN Jacob Drayer1 (10)
Johannes Drayer1 (10)
  Samuel Drayer1 (10)
  Jonathon Drayer1 (10)
  Sarah Drayer1 (10)
  Wesley Drayer2 (10)
  Anna Drayer2 (10)
Amy Drayer2 (10)

 

PHOTO ALBUM
   
Jacob Drayer II Jacob Drayer II
Tombstone
   
RECORDS
1860C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH
1096 Jacob, 53, SWIT; Catherine, 39, IN; Jonathan, 15, OH; Sarah, 13, OH; Westley, 6, OH; Anna, 1/12, OH
1870C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH
241 Johnathan, 60, Prussia; Catherine, 60, OH, Jacob, 24, OH; Wesley, 16, OH, Anna, 10, OH; Ella, 8, OH
1880C Ostrander, Delaware Co., OH
 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Catherine Drayer  Self   W   Female   W   60   IN   Keeping House   SWIT   SWIT 
Wesley Drayer  Son   S   Male   W   26   OH   Grain Dealer   SWIT   IN 
Anna Drayer  Dau   S   Female   W   20   OH   At Home   SWIT   IN 
OCCUPATION
None found.
MILITARY
Swiss Army (10)
KNOWN RESIDENCES
Switzerland (10)
1834; came to America (10)
Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (10)
IN THE NEWS
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BIOGRAPHY
Naturalization Oct. 30, 1844, Immigrated from Switzerland to Fairfield County, Ohio.  Later emigrated to Ostrander, Scioto Township, Delaware County.  Married Barbara Anna Rickli (Switzerland) and later married Catherine Secrist on January 1, 1853.  Immigrated to America in 1834, served in Swiss Army, and started a new family at the age of 46 years.  Jacob worked as a laborer, carpenter, and stone business.  Jacob is buried in the Newhouse Cemetery with his second wife, Catherine. (10)
RESEARCH CONCERNS & ISSUES
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