Fanny C. (Kintner) Biles Pedigree
(Start at generation 1, below.)
Last Change: 16 January 2022
Origin of the surname Kintner:
3 Benjamin Kintnzer
1. Biographical notes:
Born 1812. Died 1890.
2. Wife: Elizabeth Jane Winans
(Para. 3.b.(4.(a. of gen 3 of the Winans Annex)
Born 1814; daughter of Daniel and Margaret (Depew) Winans. Died 1859. Married Benjamin Kintnzer in 1834.
3. Children: (order uncertain)
a. William Henry Kintnzer: See generation 2, below.
2 William Henry Kintner/Kintnzer
1. Biographical notes:
Born 18 August 1843 at Mehoopany, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Died there 16 April 1897; interred there in Vaughn Cemetery. Resided in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
1880 US Census: William H. Kintner, age 39 (b. PA; parents b. PA) and employed as an agent for the railroad, was heading a household in Wyalusing Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. The household also included his wife, Olive G. Kintner, age 38 (b. PA; parents b. PA); daughter, Lottie J. Kintner, age 11 (b. PA); daughter, Fanny C. Kintner, age 7 (b. PA); nephew, Frank B. Kintner, age 19 (b. PA; parents b. PA) and employed as a telegrapher; and servant, Maggie Sullivan, age 17 (b. PA; parents b. Ireland).
1910 US Census: Olive G. Kintner, age 66 (b. PA; parents b. PA), widowed, and not employed, was heading a household in Wyalusing Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. She had had 5 children, 2 of whom were still alive. The household also included her daughter, Fanna K. Fuller, age 37 (b. PA; parents b. PA), widowed, and not employed, who had had 2 children, both still alive; granddaughter, Gertrude A. Fuller, age 3 (b. Washington, DC; parents b. PA); granddaughter, Charline Fuller, age 1 year and 11 months (b. PA); and boarder, Calder B. Bressler, age 28 (b. PA; father b. PA; mother b. Wales), single, and employed as Principal and Supervisor of a public school; and boarder, Francis N. Wells, age 21 (b. PA; parents to PA), single, and employed as Assistant Cashier for a national bank.
2. Wife: Olive Gertrude Ross
Born 1842; daughter of Benjamin Ross (perhaps the descendant of Lieutenant Perrin Ross). Died ; interred Camptown Cemetery, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Descended from Betsey Ross of Revolutionary War fame.
a. Lidie M. Kintner: Born about 1866. Died 25 August 1869, age 3; interred Vaughn Cemetery, Mehoopany, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania.
b. Dora C. Kintner: Born 1864. Died 7 January 1867 in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania; interred there in Vaughn Cemetery.
c. Hattie A. Kintner: Born 1869. Died 1869; interred Vaughn Cemetery, Mehoopany, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania.
d. Lotta Lottie K./J. Kintner: Born 12 July 1870 in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Died 21 March 1943 at Athens, Bradford County, Pennsylvania; interred there in Tioga Point Cemetery. Married, as his 2nd wife, widower George H. Raup (b. 12 May 1848 at Turbotville, Northumberland Co., PA, d. 16 Nov 1928 at Athens, Bradford Co., PA; interred with Lotta), who was apparently somewhat dictatorial with Lotta. George had married (1st) Rachel L. (?) (b. 1848, d. 1898).
e. Fanny C. Kintner: See generation 1, below.
1 Fanny Fanna C. Kintner:
Born 11 September 1872 at Mehoopany, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Died 1931 in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Married Charles Hartley Fuller, paragraph 4a.C.2.c.(1.(c.(3)(a)[5.[b. of the Alexander Patterson Biles page on 24 February 1898.
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