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Re: Barbara Zook Beighley
Posted by: Deborah Reis (ID *****0434) Date: February 12, 2010 at 12:03:57
In Reply to: Re: Barbara Zook Beighley by Nick Anderson of 238

I came upon your site when looking for decendents of Gertrude Taylor, My Grandmother, Gertrude talor,Hill,Puffenburger, who passed on 2/11/2010 at 92 years of age. She was the one of our family that kept track of the family ansestory, now I plan to continue her work,
I found a link to the Zug family genealogy, would appreciate more info on this side of the family, also I have quite alot iof info on the Beeghley, Buchele
About 6 generations ago Michael Beeghley son of Michael Beeghly gives Barro Inken as mother of all children ( approx 9), dying after the birth of Michael,on 20 Jan. 1789. He married second wife Barbara Zug,"Buchele (Beachley, Beeghly) Family"
Michael Married Susanna Kimmel, daughter of David and Barbara Croner born 10 May 1793 in PA, Died 5/6 Mar, 1856, Married 11 Jun 1809.Michael Died 21 Jan.1856 The children are, Elizabeth, David, Elias, Jonas, John, Barbara, Hannah, Susanna, Michael, Abraham, Joseph, Sarah.

The Brotheren Encyclopedia vol 1, 1984 pg. 225 gives parents, immigrations, wives, references to other sourses,.
" Family record of Michael Buechele 1739 (photocopy of a translation from a German family Bible and recorded by David Beeghley.also " two centuries of brothersvalley" pg. 409

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