Biographical Sketches, CHAPTER XIV. DANVILLE. ANTHONY TOWNSHIP. P. 185
JACOB KREAMER, farmer, P. O. White Hall, was born in Madison Township, GohlmbiaCo., Penn., January 16, 1839, son of Conrad and Catharine (Bowman) Kreamer; the former, born in Germany in 1800, came to America and first settled at Philadelphia. Our subject spent his early life in Columbia County, Penn.y and in 1850 went to Lock Haven, Penn., where he commenced lumbering. In 1865 he came to his- present location in Anthohy Township, bought 14S acres of land from George W. Suplee, now of Bloomsburg, Penn.,' and made all the improvements except building the house. He was married July 4,1865, at Muncy, Penn., to Miss Mary McBride, daughter of Williain McBride, and they have seven children; William S., Thomas C; Charles, Frank L., Clyde, Roy and Clara. Mrs. Kreamer and eldest child are members of the Baptist Church. Mr. Kreamer is now connected with the lumber business, and has a saw-mill in Madison Township, Columbia County, in partnership With his brother-in-law, William Moore. They have lOO acres of timber land in Madison Township, Columbia County, and twenty-one in this township. In politics Mr. Kreainer is a Democrat.