There is a Henry Eisenberger buried in the Silver Spring Cemetery on Rte.23 west of Lancaster.Died 1-24-1906, 84yrs.4mo.25days, so the age is correct. H/O Barbara.Thirteen other Eisenbergers buried there as well:
Eisenberger, Crist S., 1884, 1949, H/O Ena M.
Eisenberger, Ena M., 1882, 1969, W.O Crist S., D127 / 2
Eisenberger, Henry S., 1-24-1906, 84yrs.4mo.25days. H/O Barbara
Eisenberger, Barbara, 3-19-1899, 78yrs.3mo.11days. W/O Henry S.
Eisenberger, Christian, 2-3-1902, 48yrs.5mo.10days. S/O Henry S. & Barbara
Eisenberger, Howard L., 2-7-1877, 11-21-1941, H/O Ida M.
Eisenberger, Ida M., 9-8-1877, ND, W/O Howard L.
Eisenberger, John, 1848, 1922, H/O Annie
Eisenberger, Annie, 1859, 1902, WO John
Eisenberger, John L., 1879, 1894, S/O John & Annie
Eisenberger, Curtis L., 1883, 1883, S/O John & Annie
Eisenberger, Ira L., 1895, 1896, S/O John & Annie
Eisenberger*, Paris C., 9-3-1886, 10-30-1957, *Pvt. WWI. H/O Carrie E.
Eisenberger, Carrie E., 2-1-1890, 12-5-1960, W/O Paris C.
A Harry Eisenberger was buried from what is now the Kinderhook Evangelical Congregational Church on Kinderhook Road, south of Rte.23 between Marietta and Silver Spring.7/4/1856 - 12/23/1940.Their records list the funeral home and cemetery, but I did not record that info.No survivors listed in church records.Don't know if he and Henry are related.
In the Kinderhook Cemetery are Henry M. (11/10/1848-4/4/1926) and Mary F. Eisenberger (10/10/1850-11/19/1917), my maternal great-grandparents.Am looking for her maiden name.Maybe Albright?
Hope all of this is at least interesting, if not helpful.Good luck.