Allen B. Dochter1,2

M, (28 September 1892 - 30 November 1971)
     Allen B. Dochter was born on 28 September 1892.1,2 He was the son of William A. Dochter and Josephine Grove. Allen B. Dochter married Sarah Brion circa 1924. Allen B. Dochter married Adelbert Marquardt, daughter of Johann George Marquardt and Catharina Stabler, circa 1943.3 Allen B. Dochter died on 30 November 1971 at Polyclinic Medical Center, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, at age 79 years, 2 months and 2 days.1,2 He died on 3 November 1971 at age 79 years, 1 month and 6 days. He was buried on 3 December 1971 in the Okome Cemetery, located in McHenry Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.1
     Allen B.'s surname has also been spelled as Doctor. He was employed by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

Child of Allen B. Dochter and Sarah Brion

  • Betty Dochter
Last Edited=22 Oct 2006


  1. [S930] Allen B. Dochter obituary, undated clipping from an unidentified newspaper presumably from a local paper in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, December 1971. The original article was from a scrapbook of personal memorabilia compiled by Fred R. Dochter (1895-1966) through out his life. His son has continued to add articles to these. Viewed at the home of Frederick Stabler, RD #3, Box 156 (now Jobs Run Road), Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania in November 1998, who borrowed them from the current owner, his son. Fred W. Dochter Jr., Salladasburg, Pennsylvania, USA.
  2. [S929] Social Security Death Index, RootsWeb online, at <> (Baltimore, Maryland: U.S. Social Security Administration, October 2006 update). The SSDI component of RootsWeb online is drawn from the Social Security Death Benefits Index of the U.S. Social Security Administration. ALLEN DOCHTER, birth listed as 28 Sep 1892, died listed as Nov 1971, issued in the State of Pennsylvania. Last residence Pennsylvania, last benefit (none specified). Accessed 22 Oct 2006.
  3. [S21] Watson Kiess, History of the Kiess Family, Who Came From Germany and Settled In Pennsylvania In The Early 1800's (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania:, 1957), p. 29.