“Colonel” Reuben Keller (D13) Columbia, Northumberland, Montour and Snyder Counties 1859 (D13) Montour, Northumberland and Snyder Counties 1860
“Colonel” Reuben Keller, born 1821, Reedsville, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania; son of Peter and Barbara Minich Keller; engaged, paper making business; mercantile business with seven store locations; blacksmith; hotelier, Keller’s Hotel, Adamsburg, Snyder County, 1853; elected, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1859-1860; served, congressional conferee and federal elector; moved, Lock Haven, Clinton County; served, sheriff, Clinton County; hotelier, Pennsylvania House, Montour House; retired, hotel business, 1889, moved, Osceola Mills, Pennsylvania; married, Mary Dietrich Keller, children, Sarah J Keller Rittman, Frank P Keller, Emmet B Keller, Mary E Keller Smith, Susan Keller Ritzman, Carrie Keller Richardson; died, May 6, 1894 (aged 72–73) stricken with paralysis, while visiting his son-in-law, Councilman P. P. Rittman, Reedsville, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania; interment, Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton County, Pennsylvania.
Elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 13th district, Columbia, Northumberland, Montour and Snyder Counties 1859.
Elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 13th district, Montour, Northumberland and Snyder Counties, 1860.
Served, congressional conferee and federal elector.
Served, sheriff, Clinton County.
Ruben/Reuben Keller, his name is listed mostly as Reuben on records, but a few, including the cemetery record lists Ruben.
The Clinton Democrat, Thursday, May 10, 1894.
Lewisburg Chronicle (Lewisburg, Pennsylvania) Saturday May 26, 1894, Page 1