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Biehl/Beal--Kuefer descendants

Eleanor Poe Bounds
Books/Monographs
English
Effingham, Illinois : E.P. Bounds, c1997
ii, 189 [i.e. 217] p. : ill., facsim., geneal. table, map, ports.

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Johannes Nicolaus Biehl, a native Darstadt, Hesse, Germany and a Revolutionary War soldier, was living in Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, before the Revolutionary War. He married Maria Elizabetha Kuefer in 1766 in Bethel Township. They had nine children, 1767-1788. The family migrated from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to Washington County, Maryland, between 1782-1785. He died in Washington County, ca. 1790. His son, John Beal (1774-ca. 1840), married Eva Elizabeth Klefer in 1792. They had twelve children, 1793-1817. The family was living in Rockingham County, Virginia, as early as 1802 and migrated to Hawkins County, Tennessee in 1816. John died there. Descendants listed lived in Tennessee, Illinois, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas and elsewhere.

Includes the Brentlinger, Britton, Kincaid, Kite, Ooton, Poe, Shadwell, VanDyke, Williams and other related families.

Includes index.

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