Person:Christian Creager (4)

Christian William Creager
m. 2 Apr 1809
  1. Adam Creager1810 -
  2. Christian William Creager1812 - 1892
  3. Solomon Creager1814 -
  4. Ezra Creager1816 -
  5. David Creager1816 - 1868
  6. John Creager1820 -
  7. Sophia Creager1822 -
  8. Daniel Creager1824 -
  9. Mary Ann Creager1826 -
  • HChristian William Creager1812 - 1892
  • WSusan Dolan1820 - 1894
m. 25 Mar 1830
  1. William Henry Creager1842 - 1868
  2. John P. Creager1844 - 1921
  3. Mary Ann Creager1845 - 1919
  4. Ezra Creager1847 - 1907
  5. Susan Anna Creager1848 - 1926
  6. Eliza Jane Creager1850 -
  7. Jacob P. Creager1850 - 1921
  8. Infant Daughter CreagerAbt 1852 -
  9. Daniel CreagerAbt 1854 -
  10. George CreagerAbt 1856 - 1861
  11. Emma Florence Creager1859 -
Facts and Events
Name Christian William Creager
Gender Male
Birth? 24 Nov 1812 Woodsboro,Frederick,Maryland
Alt Birth? 24 Nov 1812
Marriage 25 Mar 1830 Montgomery County,Ohioto Susan Dolan
Death? 1 Nov 1892 Montgomery County,Ohio
Burial? David's Cemetery,Dayton,Montgomery,Ohio
Religion? Evangelical Luthuran Church

Christian middle name is Wilhelm by Paul Sterner

C. W. CREAGER, retired farmer, P. O. Dayton, Box 810, was born in Frederick County, MD, November 24, 1812, a son of Casper and Barbara (Smith)Creager. they were of German descent, and natives of the above named state. In 1813, they with three children, came to Ohio and settled in Warren County, near Franklin. His death occurred in May of 1846, aged eighty-five years, as nearly as can be ascertained. His wife survived just one year, and died at the age of sixty-eight. He died at 6 A.M. and she at 6 P.M. They were reared in the Evangelical Lutheran Church, and remained in fellowship with the same, and had their children instructed in the doctrines of that church. Adam, Solomon and Christian William, were the children born in Maryland, and Ezra, David, John, Sophia, Daniel and Mary, born in Warren County, Ohio. C. W. was reared as a farmer; worked for his father till twenty-one years of age, when he began life for himself, worked by the month and cropped for about six years. On the 25th of March, 1830, he married Susan Dolan. She was of Irish parentage, born April 14, 1822. They lived on rented land at different places till 1845, when they purchased a farm in the western part of Montgomery County, where he remained twelve years, and then purchased 151 acres in Van Buren Township, of the same county, where they now resided and are comfortable situated for life. They are the parents of eleven children--William Henry, John P., Mary A., Ezra, Susan, Jacob, Eliza Jane, infant daughter deceased, Daniel, George and Emma Florence. The two youngest sons and the oldest are deceased. William H. was a member of the Catholic Church, with which his mother is also identified. Mr.Creager is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. (Source: "The History of Montgomery Co., OH," W. H. Beers& Co. 1882)

(Source: Lawson, Irene Creager and George Edward Creager, THE CREAGER HISTORY, 1 Jan 1985, Private Family Manuscript, Austin, Texas, p 9-10; Marriage License for C. W. Creager & Susan Dolan, 25 Mar 1841, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio)