Hij is getrouwd met Ella Farrow.
Zij zijn getrouwd April 24, 1901, hij was toen 32 jaar oud.
AMOS K. DEIBLER, district attorney of Northumberland County, has been engaged in legal practice at Shamokin since 1902, and was elected to, his present position in 1907. Mr. Deibler was born Feb. 11, 1869, in Shamokin Township, this County, where his grandfather, George Deibler, was a pioneer settler.
George Deibler was born in Dauphin County, Pa., and came to Northumberland County about 1812, locating in Shamokin Township, where he purchased land in 1813 and followed farming the remainder of his active days. He was one of the substantial and respected residents of his section, and Deiblers Station, in Shamokin Township, was named for him. He and his wife, whose maiden name was Bastian, are buried at the Brick Church, at Reed’s Station. They had children as follows: Daniel, William, Jonathan, John, George, Susan, Hannah, Rebecca, Harriet and Catharine.
John Deibler, son of George, was born in Shamokin Township in 1836. He learned the trade of stone and brick mason, which he followed until he was about forty years old, after which he devoted himself to farming, on property he still owns, about a half mile south of Deibler’s station. He retired in the year 1903, moving to Snydertown, where he now makes his home. Mr. Deibler has long been a stanch Republican in political sentiment, and he served the Union as a soldier during the Civil war. He was Township treasurer before his removal to Snydertown. To him and his wife, Sarah (Reed), daughter of John I. and Sarah (Arter) Reed, have been born nine children, namely: Grant who died in infancy; Almeda, married to Frank Washington, of Snydertown; Amos K.; William F., who is now superintendent of boiler works at San Francisco, Cal.; John E., a contractor and builder, of South Carolina; H. S., living in Sunbury, this county;. Thomas J., of Snydertown; George W., and Agnes. The two last named are still living with their parents.
Amos, K. Deibler received his early education in the public schools of the home locality. Later he attended Bucknell University, from which be was graduated in 1899, with the degree of A. B., and for a year after he taught the high school at Turbutville, meantime reading law with C. B. Witmer, Esq., at Sunbury. He was admitted to the bar in June, 1902, and in the fall of that year established himself in the borough of Shamokin. His offices are in the Masonic Temple building. At the election held Nov. 7, 1907, Mr. Deibler was chosen to the office of district attorney by a majority of 2,265, and had the distinction of being the first successful Republican candidate for the office in thirty-six years. This circumstance alone would indicate the measure of his popularity and the confidence in which he is held by those among whom he is pursuing his life work.
Mr. Deibler is very well known in the fraternal bodies in Shamokin, holding membership in Shamokin Lodge, No. 255, F. & A.M.; Shamokin Chapter, No. 265, R.A.M.; in Bloomsburg Consistory, thirty-second degree; in the Temple Club; the I.O.O.F.; the Red Men; the Sons of Veterans; the F.O.E.; and the P.O.S. of A. His religious connection is with the Methodist church.
On April 24, 1901, Mr. Deibler married Ella Farrow, daughter of William and Isabella (Wilkenson) Farrow, and they have had one daughter, Isabella. ( Genealogical and Biographical Annals of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, by J. L. Floyd Published Chicago, Ill., 1911. pg. 592 Transcribed by Tammy L. Clark)