HUSBAND: Nathaniel BARGER Born: 1779 Place: Putnam Valley, NY Marr: Place: Died: 28 Dec 1816 Place: Burial: Place: Adams Corners, NY Father: John Andrew BARGER See Family Group Sheet 10172 Mother: Martha TOMPKINS
WIFE: Susannah CRAWFORD Born: Place: Died: Place: Burial: Place: Father: Mother:
CHILDREN: 1. Name: Mary BARGER Born: 11 Sep 1812 Place: Marr: To: Died: Place: 2. Name: Martha BARGER Born: Place: Marr: To: George Washington TOMPKINS Died: Place: 3. Name: Susan BARGER Born: 16 Oct 1815 Place: Marr: To: Samuel F. SMITH Died: Place: 4. Name: Elias BARGER See Family Group Sheet 10189 Born: 1817 Place: Putnam Valley, NY Marr: To: (1st) Catherine SELLECK Died: Place: KS 5. Name: Nathaniel C. BARGER See Family Group Sheet 10190 1st marriage See Family Group Sheet 10169 2nd marriage Born: 24 Jul 1808 Place: Putnam Valley, NY Marr: To: (1st) Catherine TOMPKINS (2nd) Tamar TOMPKINS Died: 16 Jan 1859 Place: Gerry, Chautaqua Co., NY
(A) This family is descended from the Putnam Valley Barger family of New York.
Kevin Barger's History of the Putnam Valley Barger Family
(1) Barger, Alvan Lyell, The Barger Journal, self-published, Charlottesville, VA, Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1924.
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