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PHILIP BARGER

Immigrated to Boston, MA in 1685

Source:  Virkus, F. A. ed, “Immigrants to America Before 1750,

an Alphabetical List of Immigrants to the Colonies Before 1750

Compiled from Official and Other Records” Genealogical

Publishing Co., p. 162.

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Spouse:  Mary Smith

Married:  8 Mar 1714

Boston, Suffolk Co., MA

Source:  1992 IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Killed:  8 Jul 1755 by Indians

At Draper’s Meadow Massacre in VA

Children:

1.  Philip Barger

2.  Casper Barger

Source:  Barger, G.J.P., Barger Family Newsletter No. 1, p. 1,

1 Sep 1955, LDS Fiche 604052

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Father:  Philip Barger

Brother of Casper and father of Philip.

Killed 8 Jul 1755 by Indians at Draper’s Meadow Massacre in VA

Source:  Barger, G.J.P., Barger Family Newsletter No. 1, pp. 1 and 4,

1 Sep 1955, LDS Fiche 604052

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Born:  1 Sep 1741 - Augusta Co., VA

Father:  Philip Barger

Married:  4 Feb 1765 - VA

1st Spouse:  Eve Clements

Children:

1.  Gasper Barger, b. 1766 VA

2.  Jacob Henry Barger, b. 1769 VA

3.  John Barger, b. 1771 VA

4.  Philip Barger, b. 1773 VA

5.  Christian (or Christine) Barger, b. 1776 VA

6.  Eva Barger, b. 1779 VA

7.  Philip Barger, b. 1781 VA

8.  Catherine Barger, b. 1782 VA

9.  Adam Barger, b. 1784 VA

BFHS Family Group Sheet 10044

2nd Spouse:  Barbara May

Children:

1.  Mary Barger, b. 1792

2.  George Barger, b. 1793

3.  Frederick Barger, b. 1794

4.  Jane Barger

5.  Freeman Barger, b. 1799

BFHS Family Group Sheet 10045

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Born:  1741 in Augusta Co., VA

Son of Philip and grandson of Philip, both of whom were killed

at the Draper’s Meadow Massacre.

Source:  Barger, G.J.P., Barger Family Newsletter No. 1, pp. 1 and 4,

1 Sep 1955, LDS Fiche 604052

Note:  According to Mr. Ron Craig, Rt 1, Columbia, MO 65201,

Philip Barger, “as a boy of fourteen was one of the very few

persons to survive the Draper’s Meadows Massacre, July 30th

1755.   Eluding the Indians, he finally made his way back to

his old home in the Shenandoah Valley and there he grew to

manhood.  He became a freighter at which he prospered.  He

married Eve Clements of Koiner's Store, VA.  She was born

May 1, 1749, and died at Blacksburg, VA on Oct 7, 1791. 

Soon after their marriage, Philip and Eve Barger moved to

Draper’s Meadows to reclaim the land that had cost the life

of Philip’s father.  It was good land and the Bargers made a

fine farm of it and there they spent the rest of their lives.

Their children were all born there and Philip and Eve were

buried on the farm.  The present day town of Blacksburg is on

one-time Barger land.  A surviving letter written by Philip

Barger in 1795 shows him to have been a cultured gentleman of

refined sentiments and possessed of an enviable command of the

English Language.  He died at Blacksburg, Montgomery Co., VA,

August 3, 1803.  Philip and Eve had the following children: 

Gasper (Casper?), Jacob, Hohn, Philip, Christian, Eve, Catherine,

and Adam.  After Eve Clements Barger died, Philip married

again, to Barbara May of Blacksburg, VA by whom he had four

children:  Mary, George (died in infancy), Frederick and

Larene.  Most of the children of Philip and Eve Barger moved

to Indiana and Illinois.”

Note:  Philip had a part in building the Barger Indian Fort. 

A marker has been erected to note the location near Blacksburg, VA.

Source:  Barger, G.J.P., MD., Barger Family Newsletter No. 2,

10 Jan 1956, LDS Fiche No. 6047052

BFHS Family Group Sheet 10044 and

BFHS Family Group Sheet 10045

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Died:  30 Jul 1755 at Draper’s Meadow, VA during an Indian

attack, together with his brother Gasper.  According to

Mr. Ron Craig, Rt 1, Columbia, MO 65201, “Philip Barger was

born in the German Palatinate about 1700.  He came to

Philadelphia from Rotterdam, Holland and from there to the

Shenandoah Valley of Virginia before 1740.  He owned farmland

near McGaheysville in what was then Augusta County, (later

Rockingham County).  His wife’s name is unknown.  They were

probably married in Germany.  Philip’s brother, Gasper Barger,

lived on a farm in the same community.  He also had come to

Philadelphia via Rotterdam, and this may be the origin of the

erroneous family tradition that the Bargers were Dutch. 

In 1755, the Bargers came to notice when Philip and Gasper

and Philip’s son, Philip, Jr., were making preparations for a

journey to Draper’s Meadows in Southwest Virginia where they

had bought farm land in a new land development, their purpose

being to erect buildings before moving their families there. 

It will be recalled that this was the time of the French and

Indian War.  On July 9th, General Braddock was defeated and

killed.  Colonel George Washington was retreating with the

reminants of Braddock’s Army and the Indians were out of hand

everywhere.  July 30, 1775, Indians struck the new settlement

at Draper’s Meadow and the entire settlement was wiped out. 

Gasper and Philip Barger, Sr., being among those killed.”

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1768 – Rowan Co., NC

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Born:  24 Dec 1773 - VA

Father:  Philip Barger, b. 741

Mother:  Eve Clements

Died:  in OH

 

 

PHILIP BARGER, SR.

Born:  1775 – VA

Source:  1994 Addendum to IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Born:  6 Nov 1792 – Sparta, White Co., TN

Father:  Gasper Barger

Mother:  Elizabeth Rollings Brown

Married:  2 Oct 1811

Spouse:  Sarah Gist

Buried:  Green Grove Cemetary, Latham, Moniteau Co., MO

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Spouse:  Ruth Grass

Married:  1 May 1800 - Hardin Co., KY

Died:  Boone Twp., Harrison Co., IN

Buried:  Barger Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN

Children:

1.  Henry Barger

2.  Mary Barger

BFHS Family Group Sheet 10285

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Died:  3 Aug 1803

Blacksburg, Montgomery Co, VA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Married:  1 May 1806 Hardin, KY

Spouse:  Ruth Grass

Source:  Antoniak, Eleanor, “Kentucky Marriage Records from

the Kentucky Historical Society” Genealogical Publishing Co.,

Baltimore, 1983, p. 252.

BFHS Family Group Sheet 10285

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

1807 Tax List – OH 009

Fairfield Twp., Highland Co., OH

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

11 Apr 1810 – Berks Co., PA

Father:  Philip Barger

Source:  1992 IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Married:  2 Oct 1811

Spouse:  Sara Gist (1794-1857)

Note:  Sara Gist was a descendent of Christopher Gist,

early explorer of the Ohio Valley, whose grandmother was

Edith Cromwell, daughter of Richard and grandaughter of

Oliver Cromwell.

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Taxpayer List – 1812 Fayette Co., OH

Source:  “The 1812 Census of Ohio, a State-wide Index of

Taxpayers” TLC Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL, 1992

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Born:  Ca. 1814 – PA

Source:  1994 Addendum to IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER, JR.

Born:  1815 – OH

Father:  Philip Barger, Sr.

Source:  1994 Addendum to IGI

 

 

PHILIP (or Phillip) BARGER

Born:  Ca. 1816 – IN

Father:  Christian Barger

Source:  1994 Addendum to IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1820 – PA 204

Decatur Twp., Mifflin Co., PA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1820 – VA 170

Montgomery Co., VA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Tax List – 23 Jul 1821

Boone Co., MO

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Spouse:  Jane Andrews

Married:  7 Apr 1824 – Fayette Co., OH

Source:  1992 IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1830 – MO 126

Cider Twp., Boone Co., MO

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1830 – PA 243

Perry Twp., Armstrong Co., PA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

1833-1839

Justice of the Peace

Morgan Co., MO

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Born:  Ca. 1835 – OH

Father:  John Barger

Source:  1994 Addendum to IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Spouse:  Elizabeth Shorey

Married:  4 Oct 1838

Delaware Co., IN

Source:  1992 IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1840 – IN 274

Boone Twp., Harrision Co., IN

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1840 – MO 175

Willow Fork Twp., Morgan Co., MO

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1840 – NY 127

Columbia Twp., Herkimer Co., NY

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1840 – PA 110

Perry Twp., Armstrong Co., PA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1840 – PA 165

Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., PA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1840 – PA 049

Armagh Twp., Mifflin Co., PA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1840 – VA 047

Northeast Dist., Campbell Co., VA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Will dated 5 Oct 1842, from which the following is  quoted: 

 “…having a wife and family dearly beloved by me, and all and

each member thereof having strove together harmoniously to

earn our estate…wife Sarah (Gist) to live upon plantation

upon which I now reside…I have given each of my children who

are married a portion of my effects…apportionment of my

estate as near equal as may be practical as they become of

lawful age---in affording each child an education. 

Grandson, Gordon Barger, providing he remains with the

family until he becomes of lawful age.  Daughter Rhoda’s

portion be divided among her legal heirs as they may arrive

at lawful age.  Executor, son Montgomery C. Barger.  

Witness:  John B. Thruston, William C.

Scott, and Thomas Davidson”.  L/T granted above named

executor 30 Oct 1842, Morgan Co. Will Book A, 1833-1857.

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1850 – IN 361

45th Dist., Harrison Co., IN

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1850 – IN 145

Green Twp., Randolph Co., IN

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1850 – NY 077

Columbia, Herkimer Co., NY

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1850 – PA 167

Perry Twp., Clarion Co., PA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1850 – PA 171

Armaugh Twp., Mifflin Co., PA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Census:  1850 – PA 276

Frankliln Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Spouse:  Jane Davis

Married:  27 Oct 1850 Spencer Co., IN

Source:  1992 IGI

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Civil War Era 1861-1865

Served in Co. D, 78th Illinois Infantry

Home:  Carthage, IL

Source:  Illinois Secretary of State

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Spouse:  Emma Dillworth

Married: 14 May 1868, Hancock Co., IL

Source:  Marriage Records of Hancock Co., IL

Vol. 4, pg. 46, Lic. No. 2951

 

 

PHILIP BARGER

Resident of Indianapolis, IN in 1997

Father:  Dr. W. Kenneth Barger

Source:  Resolution passed by the Chattanooga Bar Association

on 24 Feb 1997, and enrolled in the Memorial Resolution Book

of the Circuit and Chancery Courts of Chattanooga, TN,

honoring his grandfather,  Alphonso S. Barger, Sr.

 

 

PHILIP H. BARGER

Born:  1856 – OR

Father:  W. B. Barger

Source:  1994 Addendum to IGI

 

 

PHILIP H. BARGER

Census:  1860 – Age 4 – Lane Co., OR

Father:  W. B. Barger

 

 

PHILIP S. BARGER

Spouse:  Ellen Tramell

Married:  10 Jul 1882, Pope Co., IL

Source:  Marriage Records of Pope Co., IL

Vol. A, pg. 56, Lic. No. 69

 

 

PHILIP WILLIAM JEFFERSON BARGER

Born:  Ca. 1827 – IN

Father:  Frederick Barger

Source:  1994 Addendum to IGI

 

 

PHILIPUS BARGER

Immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1742

Source:  Egle, William Henry, ed; “Names of Foreigners Who

Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of

Pennsylvania 1727-1775 with the Foreign Arrivals 1786-1808”

Pennsylvania Archives Second Series Vol. 17, Harrisburg, PA,

E. K. Meyers, 1890 Reprinted by Genealogical Publiching Co.,

1967, p. 233/162

 

 

PHILIPUS BARGER

Census:  1742 – Philadelphia Co., PA

 

 

PHILLIP BARGIER

Spouse:  Eliza Niel

Married:  27 Aug 1712

Boston, Suffolk Co., MA

Source:  1992 IGI

 

 

PHILLIP BARGER

Spouse:  Elizabeth Neale

Married:  13 Nov 1712

Salem Essex Co., MA

Source:  1992 IGI

 

 

PHILLIP BARGIER

Born:  23 Aug 1717

Boston, Suffolk Co., MA

Father:  Phillip Bargier

Mother:  Mary _____

Source:  1992 IGI

 

 

PHILLIP BARGER

1808 Tax List – OH 013

Fairfield Twp., Highland Co., OH

 

 

PHILLIP BARGER

Heir of Gasper Barger mentioned in Will dated Oct 1835 in

Boone Co., MO

 

 

PHILLIP D. BARGER

Spouse:  Vanissa J. Plowman

Married:  4 May 1973 - Kenton Co., KY

 

 

PHILLIP DENNIS BARGER

Born:  14 Sep 1942

Died:  11 Nov 1968

Quang Tri, Vietnam

U. S. Marine Corps Reserve – Captain

Home:  Dallas, TX

Source:  Military Index of Servicemen Killed During the

Korean War and Vietnam Conflict

 

 

PHILLIP KENNETH BARGER

Born:  13 Jul 1981

Father:  Paul Keith Barger, b. 1949

Mother:  Anita Marie Grillot, b. 1956

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