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Re: Brautigam family of Berks Co., PA
Posted by: Jeremy Detterline (ID *****9546) Date: September 05, 2003 at 21:03:16
In Reply to: Brautigam family of Berks Co., PA by Sharon Kleinstuber of 145

Anna Barbara Brautigam b. may 4 1797 bap. dec 24 1797 at Oley Reformed Church, New Jerusalem, Berks Co., PA. Anna's father Paul Brautigam died dec 1 1844 in Ruscombmanor Twp., Berks Co., PA. He is buried at Zion Spies Church in Alsace Twp., Berks Co., PA. His death is listed in the Trinity Luthern Church records at Reading, Berks Co., PA. He also left a will dated 1844. His wife Barbara (Schumacher) Brautigam b. dec 9 1754 - feb 3 1819. This info is also in the Trinity Luthern Church records. Paul's parents were Paulus Breidegam and Maria Margaretha. Paulus immigrated Sep 17 1753 aboard the ship Richard and Mary. He later settled in Berks County PA. In the 1760 tax records he is married and living in Exeter Twp., Berks Co., PA. By 1770 he is living in Alsace Twp., Berks Co., PA. He died in 1789 in Alsace Twp. He left a Will dated 1789 Alsace Twp. His wife Maria Margaretha (maiden name unkown) was born apr 4 1732 and died in 1804. Her burial is listed in the Schwartzwald Reformed Church records located in Exeter Twp., Berks Co., PA. Hope this info helps. I am descended from Paul's brother Johan Georg Brautigam.


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