Frederick KLEIDERER was born in Alsace, a German District, on the 11th day of September 1835. His parents were Frederick KLEIDERER and Salome DOBBLEMAN. She departed this life February 1885.
On the 11th day of July 1856, he married in Henderson, Miss Louisa GEIBEL, sister of Konrad GEIBEL.
During the year 1864, Mr. KLEIDERER, with his family removed to Henderson. In September 1862, during the War of the Rebellion, he enlisted in the 8th Kentucky Cavalry, Captain HILLMAN'S Company, and Colonel J. M. SCHACKELFORD'S Regiment, but owing to an over plus of volunteers, the company was disbanded.
In January 1864, Frederick was elected and commissioned Captain of Company "A", Second Battalion, 103rd Regiment, Kentucky Militia, by Governor Thomas E. BRAMLETT.
History of Henderson County, Kentucky by E. L. Starling, Pages 695
Contributed by Netta Mullin, HCH&GS
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