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Casper Statler 11, his surname has been documented written as Stotler, and Stadler. He was born according to several documents in April 19, 1766 or 1767 in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. He died April 25, 1833 in Brothers Valley Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania.
He was the son of Casper Statler or written Stotler.

He was married on June 12, 1792 in Berlin, Somerset County, Pennsylvania to Anna Maria (Margaretha) Lambert. Daughter of Jacob Lambert and Maria Margeret Upp.


In different documents Casper Statler 11 owned property on what is called West End, Bedford County, Pennsylvania toward the direction of Somerset County on what is called White Horse mountain.
At one time there was a Tavern known on the mountain as the Statler Tavern. It was also known for being a stage coach stop.

In the Book HISTORY OF SOMERSET COUNTY; One will find Casper Statler Sr., and wife Rebecca Walter written about their early life settling in Somerset County. In the same story, one will find Casper Statler 11 mentioned along with several of his siblings.


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