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The Bible family

by Naomi Clark Chadwick
Chadwick, Naomi Clark (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Round Rock, Texas : N.C. Chadwick, c2002
xviii, 710 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables., ports.
2nd ed.

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Hans Adam Biebel was born 2 April 1728 in Preuschdorf/Goersdorf, Alsace, Germany. His parents were Johan Georg Biebel (1700-1758) and Maria Eva Burkhardt. He married Maria Eva Müller 19 November 1748 in Goersdorf. They had five children. They emigrated in 1750 and settled first in Pennsylvania and then in Virginia. Maria died in about 1759. He married Eve Ellen Ryan in about 1760 and they had five children. (There is some doubt as to when Maria died and which children were hers.) Hans Adam died in about 1795 in Rockingham County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Tennessee and Texas.

Includes index.

Includes Bottles, Brown, Broyles, Clark, Cobble, Cox, Debusk, Douthat, Easterly, Freeman, Fry, Gass, Green, Hall, Harmon, Hays, Joy, Keicher, Lewis, Luckie, Lyda, Moore, Nolan, Ottinger, Phinney, Rader, Rollins, Sims, Smelcer, Smith, Stokely, Toby and related families.

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