Person:Jacob Ettinger (1)

Watchers
m. Abt. 1843
  1. Sarah Ann Ettinger1844 - 1921
  2. Reuben EttingerAbt 1846 -
  3. Eliza P Ettinger1850 - 1911
  4. William E. EttingerAbt 1852 - 1909
  5. Emilia Ettinger1856 - 1958
  6. Mary Agnes EttingerAbt 1864 - 1935
  7. Clinton J. EttingerAbt 1869 - 1933
Facts and Events
Name Jacob Ettinger
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 9 Aug 1812 Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage Abt. 1843 to Julian Ebert
Death[1] 15 Oct 1894 Lynnville, Lehigh, Pennsylvania, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Gravestone, St. Peter's Union Church Cemetery, Lynnville, PA.

    Jacob Ettinger / Born Aug. 9, 1812 / Died Oct. 15, 1894 / Aged 82 Yrs. 2 M. 6 D.

  2. Weisenberg Lutheran Church (Weisenberg Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania), and Lehigh County, Pennsylvania) Weisenberg Reformed Church (Weisenberg Township. 225th anniversary, Weisenberg Church, New Tripoli, Penna., 1976. (s.n., 1976?), 35.

    Jacob, of Jacob and Philippina Ettinger, [born] Aug. 9, 1812 [baptized] Oct. 18, 1812. Sponsors: Henrich Miller and Elisabeth.

  3. Roberts, Charles R. (Charles Rhoads). History of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and a genealogical and biographical record of its families. (Allentown, Pennsylvania: Lehigh Valley Pub. Co., c1914), 2:319-20.

    Jacob Ettinger, b. Kistler's Valley 9 Aug 1812, farmer, hatmaker. Before the Civil War, moved to Bachman's Dale. Served as school director of his district, elder and deacon of St. Peter's Church, Lynnville.