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Valley of the upper Maumee River, with historical account of Allen County and the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana (Volume 1)

Valley of the upper Maumee River, with historical account of Allen County and the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Valley of the upper Maumee River, with historical account of Allen County and the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana (Volume 1)

Valley of the upper Maumee River, with historical account of Allen County and the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

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the son of Christian and Christina Meyer, both natives of Germany. By economy Mr. Meyer was soon able to send


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During the year 1840 Frederick Meyer, sr., emigrated from Germany to America, and coming directly to Fort Wa^^ne, found


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natives of Germany. By economy Mr. Meyer was soon able to send to Germany for his wife, Christina Dinkes, to


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Fred A. Meyer, a son of the above named Fred and Christina Meyer, was born


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the above named Fred and Christina Meyer, was born in Prussia, April 14, 1540. His introduction to this country was


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Charles, Christina, Sophia and Caroline. Mrs. Meyer was born in 1846. She and her husband are faithful members of the


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of the early German settlers, John Meyer, who came to this count}- with his parents in 1544, at the age


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farm of eighty acres which Mr. Meyer owns and cultivates.


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year, and he then married Sophia Meyer, who was born December 31, 1829. Their union was blessed with nine children,


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Mary, daughter of John and Sophia Meyer, elsewhere mentioned. She was born March 9, 1860.


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Karoline, daughter of Christian and Wilhelmina Meyer, natives of Germany, and early settlers of Allen count}-. Mrs. Franke was born


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and was the daughter of Charles and Eleanora (Meyer) Wiese, who were natives of German3. Rev. Stock and wife are