Thomas STREBY (Isaac STREBY, Leonard, Hans Michael) was born on 2 JAN 1831 in Overton, Bradford Co, Pennsylvania. He died on 8 DEC 1907 in Forks Twp, Sullivan Co, Pennsylvania and was buried in Reformed Cemetery, Overton. Thomas served in the military for the Union Army during the Civil War.
Thomas Streby was born at Overton, Jan. 2, 1831. He was the eldest son of Isaac and Elizabeth Ruth Streby. In 1854 he married Caroline Bleiler, who was born in Lehigh County, and came with her parents, Isaac and Mary Krause Bleiler, to Forks township in 1850. In 1859, Thomas purchased a 59 acre tract of timber land in Forks township from Oliver Watson of Williamsport for a sum of $207.25. He cleared up the land, priding himself on his well-kept farm, which he kept it free of noxious weeds. Mr. Streby held numerous township offices, serving as road commissioner, school director, tax collector, and in 1884 was elected county commissioner. Thomas died at the home of his son Clinton, December 18, 1907.
Thomas married Caroline BLEILER, daughter of Isaac BLEILER and Mary KRAUSS, on 14 MAR 1854 in Forks Twp, Sullivan Co, Pennsylvania. Caroline was born on 10 OCT 1835 in Lehigh Co, Pennsylvania. She died on 13 APR 1905 in Forks Twp, Sullivan Co, Pennsylvania and was buried in Reformed Cemetery, Overton.
Caroline moved in 1850 to Forks Twp, Sullivan Co, Pennsylvania.
Caroline died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Molyneux, on Millview April 13, 1905.
Thomas and Caroline had the following children: