Seidensticker
Seidenstricker/Silknitter Family

Otto Philip Seidenstricker = Christine __________


We are grateful to Jack Silknetter of Lancaster, Pennsylvania for this research report about Otto Philip Seidenstricker and Christine _________________ and their descendants.


Otto Philip Seidenstricker   (17__ - 1793)
Christine ______ ___________ (17__ - 18__)

Otto Philip2 Seidenstricker (_____1) was born ____________ at _______________, ______________, the son of _____  and ______ ______ (________) Seidenstricker. His birth is recorded in ___________ birth records.

He died __ September 1793, age __, of _____________ at East Hanover, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and is buried in ___________ cemetery at _________. His death is recorded in __________death records, v. ____, p. ____.

He married Christine ______ ______ _____________ at ________________ church at_____________. Reverend _________________ presided. Witnesses were ____________ and _____________. The marriage is recorded at_________.

She was born _____________ at _____________, ___________________, the daughter of _____________ and _____________ (___________) ______________. Her birth is recorded in __________ birth records.

She died _____________________, age __, of _____________ at _____________, _____________ County, __________ and she is buried in ___________ cemetery at ___________. Her death is recorded in _____ death records, v. ____, p. ____.

Otto Philip Seidenstricker was a farmer. He owned 280 acres.

Otto Philip and Christine (_______) Seidenstricker had at least four children:

Philip Seidenstricker = ______ ______ ______
Anna Maria Seidenstricker
Catherine Seidenstricker = Christian Herman
Magdalene Seidenstricker = Henry Umholz


Back to the table of contents

Back to the Seidenstricker/Silknitter home page