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10471 - GEORGE BARGER


HUSBAND: George BARGER Born: 1791 Place: York Co., PA Marr: Place: Died: 1859 Place: Perry Co., IN Burial: Place: Father: John B. BARGER, Sr. See Family Group Sheet No. 10472 Mother: Barbara Elizabeth SWISHER
WIFE: Malisa Susannah SHELMAN Born: 1790 Place: Died: 1846 Place: Perry Co., IN Burial: Place: Perry Co., IN Father: Louis SHELMAN Mother: Elizabeth BARGER See Family Group Sheet No. 10472
CHILDREN: 1. Name: Andrew J. BARGER Born: 12 Dec 1809 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: 9 Dec 1837 To: Mary Ann FRYMIRE Died: 24 Jun 1892 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY 2. Name: John BARGER Born: 2 Jun 1812 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: 6 Aug 1848 To: Lavica DAVIS Died: 1894 Place: Tobin, Perry Co., IN 3. Name: Elizabeth "Betsy" BARGER Born: 21 Apr 1814 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: 21 Sep 1833 To: Joseph Allen (Ansel) HYDE Died: 1900 Place: 4. Name: Jacob BARGER Born: 24 Apr 1817 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: 25 Apr 1843 To: Elizabeth E. FARRIS Died: Place: 5. Name: Harvey BARGER Born: 1 Mar 1820 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: 1 Dec 1848 To: Hester TERRY Died: 21 Feb 1901 Place: Pemiscot Co., MO 6. Name: Philip BARGER Born: 28 Oct 1821 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: 27 Oct 1850 To: Jane DAVIS Died: 3 Jan 1863 Place: Kennett, MO 7. Name: Peter BARGER Born: 18 Aug 1823 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: To: Died: 1880 Place: Springfield, MO 8. Name: Joseph Charles (or Charles Joseph) BARGER Born: 2 Nov 1825 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: (1) 10 Jan 1850 To: (1) Mary Jane SALMON (2) 24 Jun 1852 (2) Hannah JACKSON Died: Place: 9. Name: William Lewis BARGER Born: 27 Sep 1827 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: To: (1) Mrs. Rosanna WALES (2) Mary _____ Died: Place: 10.Name: Nancy L. BARGER Born: 23 Aug 1830 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: 26 Feb 1849 To: William S. LITTLE Died: 16 Sep 1901 Place: Troy Township _____ 11.Name: Richard Edward BARGER Born: 9 Sep 1833 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: three times To: Died: Place: 12.Name: Joseph Allen BARGER Born: 1835 Place: Breckinridge Co., KY Marr: To: Marie _____ Died: Place:

Notes:

(A) See Family Group Sheet No. 10470 for the family of George Barger and his second wife, Mrs. Lydia Salmon Davidson. They had one son, George W. Barger, who was born 3 Dec 1850.

(B) Andrew Barger and his brother, John Barger, bought their father's farm in Breckinridge Co., KY. John later sold his interest to Andrew who also owned a store and tannery.

(C) Harvey Barger served four years in the Confederate Army. He and his wife are buried at the Mt. Zion Cemetery in Pemiscot Co., MO.

(D) Philip Barger fought in the Civil War and was killed in a guerilla attack at Kennett, MO.

(E) The 1860 Census of Breckinridge Co., KY indicates that the brothers, Philip and William Lewis Barger, were living next door to eachother.

(F) Richard Edward Barger resided in Pemiscot Co., MO. He served in the Union Army during the Civil War.

(G) This family is descended from the Peter Berger family of Rowan County, NC.

The Peter Berger Family


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