Lee County Biography

Wm. Anderson Kitner
Palmyra Township

William A. Kintner, farmer, Palmyra, was born in Wyoming county, Pennsylvania, on the 7th of January, 1843 and is the son of William and Susanna (Heller) Kintner. His father was a farmer, and in 1850 removed to Lee county and purchased the farm on which his son now resides, and there his death took place, in 1857. Mr. Kintner received a common school education, but the death of his father occuring when he was yet a lad, threw the care and responsibility of conducting the farm upon his shoulders, and he proved himself fully equal to the emergency. He was married first in January 1868, to Miss Lizzie Stuart, a resident of Nelson township, who died shortly after her marriage. On March 19, 1872, he was again married, to Miss Fanny Clark, a daughter of George and Ann M. (Tuck) Clark. Mr. Kintner has one child by his first marriage, James E., aged thirteen years. By the second marriage there are two children: Georgie, aged eight, and Nellie, aged 6 years. In political sentiment Mr. Kintner is a republican

From the History of Lee Co. Palmyra Twp. 1881


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