A Brief History of the Yeager, Buffington, Creighton, Jacobs, Lemon, Hoffman and Woodside Families, and Their Collateral Kindred of Pennsylvania

by James Martin Yeager

Publisher: Forgotten Books

Publication Date: January 30, 2018

ISBN: 9780259712657

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In 1859 the Old mill which had been erected in 1795. Was torn down and a new mill was built, Jacob's youngest son, Jeremiah M., becoming proprietor. He was twice mar ried. His first marriage, to Mary Jane Creighton. Took place December 28, 1854. Miss Creighton was of Scotch, Scotch Irish and Welsh ancestry. From this union there were three sons: William Jacob, born November 7, 1855; James Mar tin, born November 2, 1857; Jesse Orin, born May 11, 1864. Mrs. Mary Yeager died March 22, 1873, and was buried in the M. E. Cemetery at Vira. Penna. Jeremiah M. Yeager was married again December 22. 1874, to Mrs. Anna Maria (mann) Brisbin, a daughter of \nm. Mann, founder Of the Mann Axe and Tool \yorks near Lewistown, Pa. Her ancestry is English and Irish. The only child Of this marriage now living is Mrs. Charles A. (bertha Mann) Rice Of Reedsville. Pa.