Barbara Beery

1797 Aug 3: Born in Rockingham Co., VA to George Beery and Susan Funk. (3)

1815 Aug 8: Henry Brenneman marries Barbara Beery. (3)

  1816 May 28: John M.
  1818 Oct 19: Susannah
  1821 May 11: George
  1824 May 18: Anna
  1826 Sep  4: Catherine
  1828 Jun  8: Abraham
  1831 Aug 12: Anna
  1834 Jun  8: Daniel

1816: In the spring, Henry and a pregnant Barbara move to Fairfield Co., OH. (1)

Here "... [Henry] had two farms, a grist mill and a saw mill. Twice, it is told of Henry, he made the round trip on foot to Rockingham County. Two of Henry and Barbara's sons, John M. and George, became Mennonite bishops in the Elida, Ohio area." (4,9)

Henry himself was a Mennonite minister (3), and so was his son Daniel. (1)

1838 Mar 28: Barbara Beery Brenneman dies of smallpox in Fairfield Co., OH (3); buried Sugar Hill Cemetery. (6)

Notes

1. Mennonite Historical Bulletin, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, April, 1966. (2, EGB-001).

2. Ginny Traycik, "The Phyllis Fulk Collection," localhost/family/peo...sfulkcollection.html (2007 Aug 10). EGB-002.

3. Phyllis Fulk and Lois Brown Miller, History of the Beery Family of Page County, Iowa (Newport, Arkansas: Evans Press, 1976). 55.

4. Romaine Stauffer, "Henry Brenneman," Email to Donald I Good, 2007 Sep 2.

5. Donald I Good, "Turkey Run Area - A" (61 photos, 2008 Jul 13). localhost/family/peo...s/2008/07-13/hs.html. Frames 59-61.

6. "Barbara Beery Brenneman," www.findagrave.com/c...=43655&GRid=8995707& (Find A Grave; accessed 2012 Mar 6). Barbara Beery Brenneman.

7. "Esther Good Brenneman," www.findagrave.com/c...43655&GRid=29788827& (Find A Grave; accessed 2012 Mar 6). Esther Good Brenneman.

8. Pleasant Hill Cemetery on Find A Grave.

9. "Notes," www.wengerdc.com/Wenger/notes.html (Wengerdc.com; accessed 2012 Mar 6). Note NI00261.

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