Of Quakertown. The Clymer family is of German origin, the name having been formerly spelled Klemmer. It was brought to this country by two brothers, one of whom was Christian Clymer, or Klemmer. He was born in 1697 in Germany, and is thought to have emigrated to America prior to 1730.
George Clymer, son of Christopher Clymer, was born at Philadelphia the 10th of June, 1739. On his mother's side he descended from the Fitzwaters, among the earliest immigrants to the province.
Head: Morris Clymer born about 1856, (1)
Born in Pennsylvania (1)
Home in 1870: New Britain, Bucks County Pennsylvania (1)
Post Office: Line Lexington
Head: Morris A Clymer, born 1866 (2)
Born in Pennsylvania (2)
Home in 1910: Philadelphia Ward 32, Philadelphia Pennsylvania (2)
Married, Spouse – Caroline (2)
Father’s Birthplace: Pennsylvania (2)
Mother’s Birthplace: Pennsylvania (2)
Number of Years in current marriage: 24 (2)
Married 1885/6 (2)
Head: Morris A Clymer (3)
Age in 1920: 64 (3)
Born about 1856 (3)
Born in Pennsylvania (3)
Marital Status: Widowed
Mothers birthplace: Pennsylvania
Fathers birthplace: Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates Index, 1803 -1915
Name: Caroline Clymer (3)
Birth Date: 1855
Birth Place: PA
Death Date: 3 Dec 1912
Death Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Age at Death: 57
Burial Date: 5 Dec 1912
Burial Place: Lansdale Pennsylvania
Residence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Marital Status: Married
Father: Thomas Leaster
Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania
FHL Film Number: 1421355
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