Conrad and Susanna's children included:
Anna Maria Bloss (March 27, 1791),
Maria Barbara Bloss Bittenbender (February 4, 1793, married John Bittenbender),
Jacob Bloss (July 13, 1794, married Elizabeth Bittenbender), Conrad Bloss (February 5, 1796), and
Catarina Bloss (August 6, 1800).
Heidelberg Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania originally included Washington Township and Slatington. It is located on Trout Creek and Jordan Creek.
In the Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic of 1793, 5000 or more people died between August 1 and November 9.
from Historical and Biographical Annals of Columbia and Montour Counties
Conrad Bloss, father of John N. Bloss, was born in Berks county, Pa., and moved thence to Luzerne county, where he following farming until his death, in 1849. He married Elizabeth Bittenbender, a daughter of Jacob Bittenbender, of Berks county birth and of German descent, who later moved to Luzerne county. Mrs. Conrad Bloss died at Nescopeck, Luzerne county.
18th century primer
from "Bloss Family" from History of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania compiled by Clinton J. Bloss.
Conrad Bloss, youngest son of Conrad, was born in Washington township, this county. He was married to Susanna and at an earlydate, also, settled in Towamensing township, Carbon county. The Federal Census of 1790 shows that there were then in his family one son and two daughters. The baptismal record of the Heidelberg Church, records the birth of the following children:
Anna Maria, born March 27, 1791.
Maria Barbara, born Feb. 4, 1793.
Jacob, born July 13, 1794.
Conrad, born Feb. 5, 1796.
Lehigh County, Pennsylvania was first settled about 1730 and officially constituted in 1812 with the division of Northampton County.