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Re: BEARY -- Chester Co & Montgomery Co PA
Posted by: Terry Lee Beary Date: January 24, 1999 at 19:32:19
In Reply to: BEARY -- Chester Co & Montgomery Co PA by Robin Boyer Kornides of 562

Robin, Hi! I'm Terry Lee Beary. Not sure if this partial info will help, but seems to be a direct match for your relatives. I ran across it while jotting any mention of Beary in books, materials, etc... in a local library "Franklin Library, Venango Co., Pa." I believe the source was a book on Chester Co., Pa.
Several detailed events, spellings of names, relationships of persons to one another, and brief histories of some persons are included in these articles. :
Henry Benner, Sr.,
Henry Benner, Jr.(married ELIZABETH HAAS and had 11 children);
Christian Benner(married ANNA MARIA HAAS),
Elizabeth Benner(she married PHILIP HOFFECKER and had 7 children),
Barbara Benner(wife of HENRY GRUBB),
Daniel Biery(witness to the will),
Daniel Benner(married Anna Maria Schöner. Daniel is son of "the late Danjel Bener." ) ,
Daniel Benner,(wife Anna Beary), and many, many, more names, history, and details are included.
A pamphlet is mentioned that I would be very interested in copying : "the pamphlet by Isabel Benner Zeamer, History of the Benner, Beary and Hoffecker Families, compiled in Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pa., 1908, and examined by the Rev. Smith at the Montgomery Co. Historical Society, Norristown, Pa."
Please let me know if this helps. Can just double click on my name to E-mail me I think.
I'm new at this so let me know how to help more.
I'm glad to see you mention the same spelling as we use here for our name "Beary".


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