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of Schuylkill Haven. The railroads were HISTORY Dreibelbis willed the original town plot to his son . Satellite-Beach A second son, , Kinmundy received Lexington a part known as east Schuylkill Haven and the a third son , Berks County Obituaries, Death Notices, and Funeral Notices Abrams, L.W. Dr. L.W. Abrams Tinicum-Township died at his home in , N.Y., agedyears. There remain one brother, E.L. Abrams, a former resident of Reading; and two sisters.