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About Conrad Plasterer II
Conrad was a Blacksmith.
Lived in Elizabethstown, PA Moved to Franklin County, PA in 1815 Lived in Shippensburg, PA
Conrad and his wife Elizabeth were originally buried at Reformed Church in Shippensburg before being moved to Spring Hill Cemetery.
Conrad Betz Plasterer II, b. 28 Sept. 1772 in Warwick twp. Lancaster, Pa. son of Conrad I and Margaret Betz Plasterer d. 30 Nov. 1840 in Southampton twp. Franklin Co. Pa. Was baptized 12 Dec. 1773 at White Oak Church, Penryn, Lancaster Co.(now St. Paul's Lutheran Church) Grandmother Anna Maria was one of the sponsors. Conrad grew to manhood in Lancaster Co. married in 1797 to Elizabeth Kindt Koser b. 16 Jan. 1779 in Maidencreek twp. Berks Co. Pa.(father; Johan Jacob Koser 1743-1828, mother; Anna Margaretha Kindt 1775-1824, buried at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Penryn). Aft. 1804 they settled in Elizabethtown, Pa. By trade he was a blacksmith, but when he brought his family to Franklin Co. in 1815 he purchased land in Southampton twp. and engaged in farming. He was a member of the Reformed Church. They had 9 children.