In my research of this famly Barbara could not be the mother of Peter Sipe's children. His wife was Anna troyer sister of barbara.Michael Troyer Sr Family
Father appears to be David Troyer – Dreyer 1741 Immigrant. He did after 1754 and his wife evidently married Andreas Holly, Father of John Holly who md Catherine Blank.
By John F. Murray Dec 15, 1981.
Michael Troyer md. Magdalena Mast, sister of Bishop Jacob Mast of: Berks Ea., PA, the progenitor of the Mast Book.
(TY1) 1. John, b. March 2, 1753, d. 1842; Ontario, Canada; md. Sophronia Reichenbach, b. 1753, d. 1812 in Simcoe, Walsington Twp., Norfolk Co., Ont.
(TY2) 2. Michael Jr., b. Sept. 4, 1754, d. Walnut Creek, Ohio; md. (1) Anna Reichenbach; (2) Magdalena Reichenbach Yoder (cousin to Anna) and, widow of Yost Yoder)
(TY3) 3. Christian b. Jan. 5, 1755 (1756)*, d. 1839 Walnut
Creek, Ohio; md. Elizabeth Becker
(TY4) 4. Barbara, b. Jan. 31, 1757 (17581*, d. Barbara was still the widow Rhoads in her fathers will so she could not be the mother of Peter Sipes Children. md. (1) John Rhoads (Roth); (2) Peter Sipe.
(TY5) 5. Magdalena, b. Jan. 20, 1760 (1761)*, d. 1840; md Christian Yoder, b. 1758, d. 1838.
(TY6) 6. Anna,- b. Sept. 4, 1762, d. about 1799 md. Peter Sipe who was a widower by census of 1800
(TY7) 7. Jacob, b. Sept. 19, 1764.., d. Holmes Co., Ohio; md. Mary Wenger (Maria Wingard).
(TYS) 8. Henry, b. Sept. 13, 1766, d. 1870; md. Veronica (Fanny) Kauffman.
(TY9) 9. Mary, b. Nov. G, 1768, d. after 1842 Walnut Creek Holmes Co., Ohio; md. Conrad Keck, b. 1764, d. 1843 Holmes Co., Ohio.
(TYa) 10. Joseph, b. March 3, 1771, d. Bunker Hill, Ohio; md. Maria (Mary) Kauffman.
(TYb) 11. Andrew, b. Nov. 30, 1773, d. md. Magdalena Reichenbach.
(TYc) 12. David, b. July 6, 17?7, d. Feb. 9, 1651; md.
Barbara Schrock, b. Jan 7, 1780, d. June 13, 1858.
(TYd) 13. Veronica (Fanny), b. May 7, 1779, d. Walnut Creek,
Ohio; md. Jacob Miller, b. 1784, d. 1830.
(TYe) 14..Elizabeth b. Sept. 21, 1781, d. md. David Miller (brother of Jacob Miller in #13)
Birth dates in the Troyer Family Bible were no doubt dates using the old calendar when January and frbruary were the last months of the year not the first months of the year.
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