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201 1850 baker census
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George Barb
 
202 Basye Honors Its Past
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George Barb
 
203 Basye Honors Its Past
Reprinted by permission of Rhoda Watson, Author
And Bernie and Peggy Boston, Owners and Editors, Bryce Mountain Courier
From the January, 2001 Issue

Bryce Resort’s newly renovated lodge and restaurant were dedicated December 9, 2000 at a gala event. The celebrants enjoyed cocktails, dinner and dancing until midnight. They were also treated to a magical man-made snowfall on the ski slopes outside the lodge’s big wall of windows.

But what of the ghosts of the valley families that once lived, worked and died in this very place? Do you suppose they were looking on at the festivities through the twinkling of icicle lights? Or that they, too, danced to the notes of music floating from the bank?
Fifty years ago the land along Stoney Creek where the Resort now sits was home to a number of farmsteads with houses, barns, large vegetable gardens, fields of corn, what and barley. According to Sudie Whitacre, whose family lived on the 156 acres located where the main lodge and ski slopes are now, the families all had chickens. Some of the families had cattle and everybody raised a few hogs. Mrs. Whitacre’s father, Harry Barb, did butchering for almost all the farmers who lived along Stoney Creek.

Mrs. Whitacre recalls walking across a bridge from her father’s farm to the road that led to Basye, where she and her three brothers and five sisters caught the school bus. Her mother and father sold their farm in 1964 to Pete Brice, who developed Bryce Resort. They continued to live in their farmhouse until 1969, then moved to property where Hamm Lake is now, on the west side of Resort Drive.
“All the Barbs in the Basye area,” explains Mrs. Whitacre, “are related to a common ancestor, Johann Jacob Barben (1725-1819).” He came to Pennsylvania from Germany and shortened his name. His two sons, Abraham and Adam, bought property in Shenandoah County in 1779 at the foot of Great North Mountain. Adam’s Cave near that property may be named for Adam Barb. “There are lots of Barbs around,” Mrs. Whitacre explains. “I have a genealogy book that is about three inches thick.”

One of the Barb descendents is Wilmer, an octogenarian who lives in a snug trailer on Route 717 just off Route 263 in Basye. He speaks fondly of his maternal grandfather, Solon Funkhouser. Solon owned two acres along what is now Resort Drive. Mr. Barb remembers that the next house along the creek was called the old Biller place, and was rarely occupied. He also recalls a cemetery on that property which can be seen today from the 14th and 15th holes of the Resort golf course. “All those folks in that cemetery were there long before my time,” he says. Most of the headstones have the name Funkhouser on them. Those that are readable date to the 1850’s and 1860’s, and Funkhouser is spelled different ways. Bob Funkhouser, who owns the two stores in Basye, said his ancestors came from Austria and that the original spelling of the name may have been Frankhouser.

According to Willard Fansler, who owns Blue Ridge Truss west of Basye, Henry Biller owned the so-called Biller place and had a store in Orkney Springs. After his death, it was not possible to secure a clear deed so the place stayed empty for several years. The house and barn practically fell down before it was bought at auction by Ashby Fansler, father of local residents John and Nelson Fansler. Neither Willard Fansler or Bob Funkhouser know the history of the Funkhousers buried in the old cemetery. One headstone is inscribed “Obrien Kelly”, leaving one to wonder how he came to be buried with all those Funkhousers.

Only one house of the original group is still standing. Now owned by Bob and Nancy McCord, it is on Resort Drive near the 15th hole of the golf course. It was once owned by George Barb, and when his daughter Eileen married Nathan Miller, they lived there for a time. Later it was rented to several families, and when Pete Brice bought the land, it was a temporary real estate office. Wilmer Barb remembers that, as a young man, he helped George Barb with the farming chores, and helped clear the area where the ski slopes are now.

Grover Barb had about 65 acres where the front nine holes of the golf course are now. His widow Mary still lives on property that has been in her husband’s family since the 1700’s. It is adjacent to Bryce property and accessible from Route 717.

The next farm down belonged to Nathaniel Beedle. His daughter Stella Barb, who lives in Basye and works at the Community Store, said that her father owned the property before he was married, and brought her mother there as a bride in 1919. The Beedle farm was 435 acres of farm and woodland. Stella had four brothers and three sisters, and remembers walking up Route 720 to Greenview and then cutting through the woods on a path that led to Route 611 to catch the school bus. They sold the property in 1961 to Wallace Whitmore, Gordon Bowman and Warren Goode. It was later sold to Pete Brice.

In 1909, William Brice came to the Basye area from Philadelphia to “take the waters”, hoping to relieve his arthritis. It took four hours on a train and in a coach to travel the 15 miles to Basye from Mt. Jackson. William decided to retire in the area, and in 1922 started building a resort on land south of Route 263. He also married Martha Basye, whose family gave its name to the community. According to Pete Brice, the original farm consisted of 1,000 acres, some of which Lake Laura now covers. The Resort was called Bryce’s Mountain Resort. It eventually had lodges that accommodated about 150 people and included three meals a day. There was a general store, bowling alley, recreation hall, horses for riding, swimming pool and tennis courts. In 1945, a week’s stay at Bryce’s Cottages cost $25 to $35.

Martha Basye Bryce died in 1938, and was buried in a small cemetery off of Route 717 just outside Basye. After the death of William Brice, the Basye property went to his son Paul, and eventually to Pete Brice. In 1960 Pete began negotiations to purchase the area farms that today form the core of Bryce Resort. Starting as a simple ski resort, it offered the first ski slopes in Virginia, and the first snowmaking. It was such a novelty when it opened in 1965 that the road became impassable with people coming to see snow being made.

Though the Resort has grown, Basye has remained the serene home for many generations of local families. Two fully stocked general stores, The Community Store and the Stop-and-Look Store, also serve as community gas stations, hunter check-in points, and an invaluable source of information to new visitors. The many new residents and visitors to the area own a debt of gratitude to these early families. It is their land that has allowed the creation of the pristine, scenic and peaceful place now enjoyed as Bryce Resort. And they continue to be a vital part of this community. 
George Barb
 
204 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
205 Heinrich Barbe, Sr.
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=9163d37c-e174-414a-a6b0-d09be7051efa&tid=4667592&pid=-1438536370 
Heinrich Barb
 
206 Henrich Barbe, Sr.

Compiled by Teresa Martin Klaiber

tklaiber@deliverancefarm.com

copyright 2004 Family Lineage Investigations



Henrich Barbe, Sr, [Johann Jacob³, Wigandt², Johann Jacob¹] was born 15 August 1759 probably in Loudoun County, Virginia. He was the son of Johann Jacob Barbe, Sr and Maria Catharina Richter. Researcher Olive McLaughlin described Henrich/Henry as having blue eyes and reddish brown hair with a rosy complexion.

The northwestern part of the County was known as the "German Settlement." Four hundred twenty five square miles were settled by Germans as early as 1730. When Henrich’s father arrived in America in 1749 they chose Loudoun County to settle. During the Revolutionary War Armand’s Legion was commissioned with French nobleman Charles Trefin Armand, the Marquis de la Rouaire as Colonel of the American Army. Those of military age who spoke mostly German volunteered, signing on in the summer of 1777 with Armand. But no record has been located of Henrich Barbe having served in either the militia or Continental Army.

Instead it is assumed that Henrich/Henry married in early 1777 probably in Loudoun County, Virginia to Mary Winegardner. There are no available marriage records for Loudoun County for this time frame. Henry appears on the 1775 tithables of Loudoun County, and the 1778 tithables and continues on the lists within Loudoun County through 1780.

Henry and Mary’s first child was born December 1777 assumed in Loudoun County. In October 1779 his wife Mary is listed as Mary Barb in her father’s will in the same county yet some researchers list the birth of son William as Shenandoah County in August of the same year. Six more children [Catherine, Margaret, Henry, Susannah, Lydia, Rachel] were born in Shenandoah County, Virginia between 1781 and 1795.

According to the Olive McLaughlin, in her own hand, Henrich’s son Henry was drafted for the army in the War of 1812 and his father volunteered to go in his son’s place saying he was "an old soldier and his son had little children to leave..." This item was written by Olive McLaughlin between 1891 and 1914 while Henry was still living however she does not say who provided the information. A search of Virginia 1812 militia lists at the Library of Virginia found no listing for Henry.

Henry Barbe wrote his will on the 14th of July 1819. He died 24 August 1819 at Mt. Clifton, Shenandoah County, Virginia. His funeral was performed by Rev. J. N. Smucker. Henrich/Henry Barbe, Sr. was was buried in Solomon Lutheran Church Cemetery at Forestville. His will was probated 13 September 1819 in Shenandoah. Son Henry received his plantation and land containing 142 acres. When items of the estate were sold, son Henry also purchased a bible written in German Script and a bible written in English as well as a hymnal. His children including Rachel the wife of Daniel Halterman were also mentioned in his will.





Children of Henrich Barbe and Mary Winegardner are:



Catherine (Caty) Barbe, born in Shenandoah County, Virginia; died in Scioto County, Ohio; married Jacob Halterman 03 November 1801 in Shenandoah County VA; died in Scioto County Ohio. Jacob Halterman is a brother to Daniel L. who married Our ancestor Rachel. They moved from Stony Creek between 1812 and 1817 and settled at Wheelersburg, Scioto County, Ohio.

Elizabeth Barbe, born Dec 1777 in Loudoun County, Virginia; died August 1851 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; married Henry W Walker 11 April 1797.

William Barbe, born 01 August 1779 in Loudoun County, Virginia; died 08 April 1855 in Upshear, Virginia; married Barbara --?--.

Margaret (Peggy) Barbe, born 20 Apr 1786 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 22 February 1859 in Byhalia, Union County, Ohio; married Adam Fout; born 19 July 1787 in Shenandoah County VA; died 01 September 1844 in Bloom Township, Scioto County Ohio.

Henry Barbe, born 13 August 1788 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 1841 in Morgantown, Monongalia County [West] Virginia; married Sarah Miller 07 May 1810; born 1790 in Shenandoah County Virginia; died 12 January 1862.

Susannah Barbe, born October 1790 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 11 February 1851 in Monongalia County, [W] Virginia; married Christian Goodnight 28 Jan 1810.

Lydia Barbe, born 17 September 1793 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 29 July 1852 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; married John Lutz 19 May 1812.

*Rachel Barbe, born 30 March 1795 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 13 Oct 1851 in Beaver, Pike County, Ohio; married Daniel L Halterman 22 April 1815 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.



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12/30/2004

 
Heinrich Barb
 
207 1850 baker census
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3d43828f-d5d7-4c1a-a770-31f4f098a441&tid=4667592&pid=-1428947531 
Henry Barb
 
208 barb-ida
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=90591536-e974-4c13-b349-cb45f46503a5&tid=4667592&pid=-1438558488 
Ida Rebecca Barb
 
209 St Pauls lutheran church cem
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=32fd4bce-7291-4fe9-854f-96015dd1a63c&tid=4667592&pid=-1438558488 
Ida Rebecca Barb
 
210 barb-infant-daus
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=a1ce8fd9-e071-486c-82c5-da291737f4a1&tid=4667592&pid=-1438556389 
Infant Daughter Barb
 
211 St Pauls lutheran church cem
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=32fd4bce-7291-4fe9-854f-96015dd1a63c&tid=4667592&pid=-1438556389 
Infant Daughter Barb
 
212 The Mathias Spitler Home
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=3322317c-7b51-494b-8a09-ee749820ff63&tid=4667592&pid=-1438536362 
Jacob Barb
 
213 brethren7b
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=e38244fb-b89b-4e10-983b-7079cc40c8cb&tid=4667592&pid=-1438521320 
James Isaac Barb
 
214 Basye Honors Its Past
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=d73e5611-1e29-4d40-bd22-2d38a198c23f&tid=4667592&pid=-1567936921 
Johann Adam Barb
 
215 Johann Jacob Barbe, Sr.

Compiled by Teresa Martin Klaiber

tklaiber@deliverancefarm.com

copyright 2004 Family Lineage Investigations

Johann Jacob Barbe, Sr, [Wigandt², Johann Jacob¹] was born 28 November 1725 in Hochstenbach, Germany. Hochstenbach is southwest of Bonn in the Westerwald section of Rheinland_Pfalz in southern Germany. Johann Jacob married Maria Catharina Richter 18 June 1745 in Hochstenbach, Germany. Their first child Eva Maria was born the 22nd September 1746 followed by Johann Adam Barbe on the 19th of June 1748.

In the Introduction of Barb-Barbe Genealogy, Alan Williams states that the Hochstenbach pastor made note of the church’s families as they left the village and the Barbe family were among the entries. The parish register states "This family left for America 30 May 1749." Johann Jacob Barb[e] was 24 years old. Johann Jacob, his wife Maria Catherine, daughter Eva Maria now 3, and son Johann Adam age 1 boarded the sloop "Two Brothers" along with 308 other passengers under the care of Captain Thomas Arnot. The sloop would carry them by way of Rotterdam to Cowes. They celebrated Johann Adam’s 2nd birthday on June 19th and finally arrived at Philadelphia 14 September 1749. The "Two Brothers", having made trips landing in Philadelphia each September , sank off the coast of England in the summer of 1754.

Palatine emigrants had their own network and many coming to America already had destinations in mind where large groups of other Germans had settled. The family may have been in Hunterdon County, New Jersey for a period where Johann Jacob possibly met his wife.

The Barbe family then migrated to Loudoun County, Virginia where the northwestern part of the County was known as the "German Settlement." Another town within the county Lovettville was also settled by Germans.

The families first child born in America was Abraham born 10 November 1753 followed by Anna in 1755 and Henrich on the 15th of August 1759. Mary was born in 1761, William in May 1763 followed immediately by Elizabeth in February 1764. Three more sons would complete the family with 11 children: Jacob, Isaac, and Peter. By 1770 Johann Jacob had leased land in Loudoun County from Thomas Ludwell and nine years later he was able to purchase his own property on Stoney Creek, Loudoun County from Anthony Whitsel.

Johann Jacob usually went by the name of Jacob in Loudoun County and made several other land purchases on Stoney Creek between 1790 and 1805. This is remarkable for an 80 year old. And even more remarkable that he still did business in 1817 when Jacob sold Peter Williams 245 acres and in 1818 sold 667.67 acres on both sides of Stoney Creek. Johann Jacob Barbe died 20 April 1819 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. Some histories say he was 101 but by proper calculation he was 93 years 4 months and 23 days when he died.

Children of Johann Barbe and Maria Richter are:

Eva Maria Barbe, born 22 September 1746 in Hochstenbach, Germany; died April 1747 in Hochstenbach, Germany.

Johann Adam Barbe, born 19 June 1748 in Hochstenbach, Germany; died August 1832 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; married Anna Poke; born 1757; died 1839 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. His 2nd birthday was celebrated aboard ship "The Two Brothers." Among the research at the Cincinnati Historical Society collection of Olive McLaughlin it states that he had "blue eyes, dark hair, medium size. Crippled by a bear; used crutches. Protestant"

Abraham Barbe, born 10 November 1753; died December 1817 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; married Elsa Catherine Poke; born 1756; died 1827. The BARB-BARBE Genealogy describes him as having "no religious creed; Whig"

Anna Barbe, born About 1755; died March 1822 in Fairfield County, Ohio; married Peter Drum; born About 1752; died Jan 1837 in Fairfield County, Ohio. Removed to Fairfield County, Ohio about 1805. They had 10 children.

*Henrich Barbe, Sr, born 15 August 1759 in Metz Loraine, France; died 24 August 1819 in Mt. Clifton, Shenandoah County Virginia; married (1) Mary Winegardner 1782 married (2) Catherine (Caty) Miller Poke 01 Jan 1811 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.

Mary Barbe, born About 1761; married John Sager. Removed to Hardy County, [W] Virginia.

William Barbe, born 17 May 1763; died 19 Jan 1839 in Trumbull County, Ohio; married Barbara Sager; born 27 November 1768 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania; died 08 February 1855 in Trumbull County, Ohio. The family removed to Trumbull County, Ohio in the spring 1805.

Elizabeth Barbe, born 10 February 1764; died 10 August 1826 in Fairfield County, Ohio; married Herbert Winegardner, Jr 1778; born 01 Jan 1758; died 17 Dec 1830 in Fairfield County, Ohio. Removed to Fairfield County, Ohio in 1805. Resided near Rushville.

Jacob Barbe, born 10 October 1767; died 27 January 1845 in Washington County, Virginia; married Mary Barbara Miller 25 June 1791 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; born 1767 in York County, Pennsylvania; died Jan 1847 in Washington County, Virginia. Moved to Washington County, Virginia in 1802.

Isaac Barbe, born 1769 in Loudoun County, Virginia; died Before 1830 in Preston County, Virginia; married Elizabeth Coffelt 08 May 1792 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. Moved ot Monogalia County Virginia in 1793.

Peter Barbe, born 1772 in Loudoun County, Virginia; died 22 May 1838 in Fairfield County, Ohio; marrried Esther Roberts 15 March 1796 in Hardy County, [W] Virginia; born 13 December 1775 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania; died 13 August 1831 in Fairfield County, Ohio. The family moved to Fairfield County, Ohio about 1814.



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12/30/2004



 
Johann Jacob Barb
 
216 Johann Jacob Barbe, Sr.
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=d7effb7c-f3e0-4e39-8624-44b4882a07a7&tid=4667592&pid=-1567936919 
Johann Jacob Barb
 
217 The Lewis Nesselrodt Home
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=c88b4cd8-9415-4108-a87b-50e4b49c8493&tid=4667592&pid=-1420721135 
John Barb
 
218 1850 baker census
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3d43828f-d5d7-4c1a-a770-31f4f098a441&tid=4667592&pid=-1420805651 
Magdaline Barb
 
219 1850 baker census
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3d43828f-d5d7-4c1a-a770-31f4f098a441&tid=4667592&pid=-1438516016 
Margaret Barb
 
220 1850 baker census
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3d43828f-d5d7-4c1a-a770-31f4f098a441&tid=4667592&pid=-1428983298 
Mary Ann Barb
 
221 Noah Barb
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=d22994df-334a-4daa-8fe5-9f134482cdd0&tid=4667592&pid=-1438516013 
Noah Barb
 
222 Perry Barb
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=fb7d2d13-1785-4b63-a697-745005baff6d&tid=4667592&pid=-1420782656 
Perry D Barb
 
223 Rachel Barbe

Compiled by Teresa Martin Klaiber

tklaiber@deliverancefarm.com

copyright 2004 Family Lineage Investigations



Rachel Barbe [Henrich, Johann Jacob³, Wigandt², Johann Jacob¹] was born 30 March 1795 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. died 13 Oct 1851 in Beaver, Pike County, Ohio. She was the daughter of Henrich Barbe, Sr and Mary Winegardner.

Rachel first became familiar to this researcher when I found a family tree written in what appears to be the hand writing of Henri Gorath Halderman. The tree was folded among other family items in the Feyler family Bible that sits on our living room table. The compiler of the tree said that Rachel’s maiden name was Lamb. Yet all research on husband Daniel Halterman was showing that he married Rachel Barbe. I continued to search for Rachel Lamb for many years though other researchers were insisting that my Rachel was not Lamb but that her maiden name was Barbe. I could not imagine that the family tree would be wrong.

In May 1993 I met by chance a fellow researcher, Lois Stange, at the Ohio Genealogical Society Convention. She stated that there was massive material on my Halderman family at the Cincinnati Historical Society in a collection known as the Olive McLaughlin Collection. Among the many letters concerning the Barbe family was correspondence from Stephen Simpson Halderman, grandson of Rachel and Daniel. Stephen Simpson Halderman is my great grandfather and the father of Henri Gorath Halderman whom we presume wrote the tree tucked in the family bible.

Stephen stated to Olive McLaughlin that he did not know the maiden name of Rachel. Further correspondence dated May 20th, 1891, from Portsmouth, Ohio to Olive McLaughlin stated the following:

"...at the age of 15 cast upon my own resources & have known but little

of my ancestors...saw any but Grandfather Kinnason."

Thus my great grandfather was unaware of Rachel’s maiden name. Rachel died two and ½ months prior to Stephen’s birth. By the age of 15 he apparently had little contact with the family after his father’s death. His only contact after that time was with his mother and his maternal grandfather. If he did not know Rachel’s name until corresponding with Olive McLaughlin then we must assume that son Henri would not be privy to the information and would have obtained the information through here-say or his own research which many have proven flawed.

Olive McLaughlin had tracked down the Halterman/Halderman family because she had knowledge that Rachel was a Barbe. She stated that Rachel was the daughter of Henry and Mary Winegardner Barbe. She even described Rachel as having blue eyes and black hair and had moved to Ohio about 1825/6 from the Elk Run Branch of Stony Creek in Shenandoah County, Virginia.

Rachel Barbe’s marriage to Daniel L Halterman 22 April 1815 is recorded in Shenandoah County, Virginia. She and Daniel did in fact move to Ohio in the 1820's and settled on property that bordered the Jackson and Pike County line. They traveled from Virginia with two small children, John J and Rachel. She may well have been pregnant with Levi as well who was born circa 1820. Son Henry M. was born February 1821 in Jackson County, Ohio. Daniel, Jacob, Mahala, and Permelia were all born within the next ten years. The families last son, William was born about 1832.

Rachel’s husband, Daniel, died in February 1849 and was buried in Mountain Ridge Cemetery, located on a hill at the edge of Beaver, Ohio in Pike County. In her husband’s will written in Scioto Township, Jackson County, Daniel left to "his beloved wife Rachael" all his personal property, money and affects and all his real estate for her lifetime with stipulations of several dollar amounts to their children. Left a widow at the age of 54 she still had a 15 year old son, William at home.

Rachel died two years later, 13 October 1851, at the age of 56 years 6 months and 13 days. Rachel was buried beside her husband Daniel in Mountain Ridge Cemetery. Her youngest son William died in 4 October 1855 and is also buried at the same cemetery.





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12/30/2004

 
Rachel Barb
 
224 Rachel Barbe
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=8e8b2d15-0d0a-4d65-9bdf-f42206b3387b&tid=4667592&pid=-1427008105 
Rachel Barb
 
225 1850 baker census
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3d43828f-d5d7-4c1a-a770-31f4f098a441&tid=4667592&pid=-1438516018 
Raphael C Barb
 
226 barb-sidney
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=bb7a449b-8125-4155-b8ca-ecc625c28f82&tid=4667592&pid=-1438555301 
Sidney S Barb
 
227 St Pauls lutheran church cem
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=32fd4bce-7291-4fe9-854f-96015dd1a63c&tid=4667592&pid=-1438555301 
Sidney S Barb
 
228 1850 baker census
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3d43828f-d5d7-4c1a-a770-31f4f098a441&tid=4667592&pid=-1420808072 
Susanna Barb
 
229 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
230 1870 baker census
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=b9f0b1f0-e5e8-4b37-95d2-1cae59c2bb24&tid=4667592&pid=-1438521324 
William Franklin Barb
 
231 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
232 Wm and Vinnie Barb
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=7a81477f-63e0-4638-9397-c4cfdc21bf5b&tid=4667592&pid=-1420719715 
William R Barb
 
233 Heinrich Barbe, Sr.
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=9163d37c-e174-414a-a6b0-d09be7051efa&tid=4667592&pid=-1567936920 
Johann Jacob Barbe
 
234 Johann Jacob Barb

Compiled by

Teresa Martin Klaiber

1/2005

Johann Jacob Barb He is the earliest ancestor that our family has documentation from parish records in Hochstenbach.

The surname Barbe translates to Beard in French. Hochstenbach borders eastern Metz, Lorraine, France in the Palatine. The word palatine also come from the French meaning "of the palace." Palatine’s origin is Latin. The Latin word for beard is Barb•a -ae.

Hochstenbach is located in the state of Rheinland-Pfalz. In 1673 King Louis of France declared war on the elector of the Pfalz unofficially annexing the lands extending France’s eastern boundary to the Rhein. France became a dominating country in Europe. Johann Jacob Barb was coming into adulthood. On November 21 1679 he married in the parish at Hochstenbach. His wife’s given name was Anna Margaretha.

The only child that this researcher has record of is Wigandt born several years before Louis XIV rampaged across the Palatine in what became known as the War of the Grand Alliance or the Palatine Wars of Succession. The area was devastated leaving one to wonder how many records were also lost during this period.







Known Child of Johann Barb and Anna --?-- is:



*Wigandt Barben, born About 1686 in Hochstenbach, Germany; died 12 August 1746 in Hochstenbach, Germany; married Eva Maria --?-- 26 Sep 1710 in Hochstenbach, Germany. 
Johann Jacob Barbe
 
235 Johann Jacob Barb
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=ccb7e06f-0a74-4a79-bada-43b38a02a6f0&tid=4667592&pid=-1567936920 
Johann Jacob Barbe
 
236 Wigandt Barben

Compiled by Teresa Martin Klaiber

tklaiber@deliverancefarm.com

copyright 2004 Family Lineage Investigations



Wigandt Barben, [Johann Jacob¹] was born About 1686 in Hochstenbach, Germany; died 12 August 1746 in Hochstenbach, Germany. He was the son of Johann Jacob and Anna Margaretha Barb.

He grew up in the Westerwald region, which is enclosed by three rivers and the Siebengebirge mountain range, Rhine Valley and Taunus region. The northern area is hilly, with large forest areas. Gray clay is the trademark of the Westerwald region. While Wigandt was growing up the stoneware industry was gaining strength in the region. Later Westerwald developed into a major stoneware production center.

The region was involved in the War of the Grand Alliance with Louis XIV, who ordered destruction in 1688 of the Rhenish Palatinate. Troops came through the region when Wigandt was merely a toddler. Retaliation was felt around the world. In America hostilities broke out between the English and French on Hudson Bay and between the Iroquois and the French in the area from the Mohawk to the St. Lawrence.

When Wigandt was about 11 years old when the TREATY OF RIJSWIJK was signed, with France returning territory which included the Palatinate, devastated as it was. Wigandt did not marry until he was approximately 24 years old. He married in the Hochstenbach parish church on 26 September 1710. He and his wife Eva Maria had five known children. Their first daughter Elisabetha Maria died in 1713. As a custom they immediately named their new infant daughter Elisabetha Maria after her deceased sister.

Wigandt Barben/Barbe/Barb died one year and one month after the marriage of his son Johann Jacob Barbe.



Children of Wigandt and Eva Barben:



Elisabetha Maria Barbe, died 1713 in Hochstenbach, Germany.

Elisabetha Maria Barbe, born February 1713/14.

Anna Gertraudt Barbe, born 13 March 1718/19 in Hochstenbach, Germany.

Maria Catharina Barbe, born 28 September 1722 in Hochstenbach, Germany; died 21 April 1752.

*Johann Jacob Barbe, Sr, born 28 November 1725 in Hochstenbach, Germany; died 20 April 1819 in Shenandoah County VA; married Maria Catharina Richter 18 June 1745 in Hochstenbach, Germany.





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12/30/2004

 
Wigandt Barben
 
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242 Jacob Joseph Bargiol (left) and his son, William James Bargiol, Sr
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243 Jacob Joseph Bargiol's prayer book
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