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Photo #36935

Last Name: Bahr

First Name : Margaret

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Subject's City: Cumberland

Subject's State: MD

Subject's County: Allegheny

Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1851-1900


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Nee: Kessler

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Comments: Margaret Bahr (Nee: Kessler) | Cumberland MD United States | 1851-1900 | Comments: Margaret Kessler was born April 23, 1840 in Bryon, Germany and emigrated at an unknown date. She married Frederick John Bahr and they had 8 children, all born in various states. Their last residence as a family was on top of Wills Mountain, in Cumberland, MD. Known as "Lover's Leap," their cabin was built not far from the edge. Margaret was instrumental in helping her husband though disasters befell his inventions. She sewed by hand all the sails for his flying balloons. But because Frederick was known to be a hard-driven and cruel man, his family left him, including Margaret. She died Jan. 14, 1915 in Prince George's Co., but is buried in Brooklyn Park at Cedar Hill Cemetery next to one of her sons, Leonard Bahr [see photo #58962].

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