Lived at Wyomissing, PA.
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Lived at Mount Carmel, PA.
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Clement graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 1919. He graduated from the Lancaster Seminary in 1920.
According to his sister, Mary Dechant Long, Clement was given the middle name after Conrad Weiser, one of the primary immigrants to America.
Clement was the pastor in Oak Lane Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was also responsible for much of the beautiful stained glass at Oak Lane Church. He wrote a book describing each window and its symbolism.
Clement was a heavy smoker, and died from emphazema. He had a large collection of pipes he carved and made himself.
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Lived at Philadelphia, PA.
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Lived at Renova, PA.
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Lived at Ashland, PA. Served in US Army in France
during World War I.
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Mary Dechant Long was a bridesmaid for Edith. She remembered the wedding was held "outside of Boston", and that Uncle Frank payed for the expenses for a car caravan to that wedding. She also said that Joseph had an airplane and took Mary and baby James for a ride over the battle fields of Gettysberg.
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Lived at Reading, PA.
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