Johanna stöhr. Butner Family

Michael Stoehr Obituary

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Elizabeth Rebecca Butner 1844-1896 did not marry ---------- Children of Joshua Butner and Maria Louisa Hauser Florina Butner 1836-? Susan Vaughn Morton 1855-1935 Charles Flavius Butner 1859-1872 Dora Ellen Butner 1860-1918 m. She married Christian Gottlieb Reuter 1717-1777 in 1762, then Johann Heintzmann 1723-1783 , minister of the Friedland congregation, and finally Johann Jacob Ernst 1730-1802. All were considered frontier centers for the spread of the gospel, particularly in mission to the Native Americans. Johann Peter Kröhn 1722-1798 and his wife Elisabeth Fischel 1724-1776 came from Broad Bay, Maine in November of1769. Nancy Kenneday William Levin Butner 1832-1836 Sarah Ann Butner 1834-? He would appear to be the Georg Michael Ranke who married Elisabeth Leinbach in 1758. Gottlieb Fockel, born 1724, arrived in 1755, and died in Bethabara in 1778.

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Mary 2.0

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Margaretha Schor joined the Bethania congregation in 1762, and married Jacob Kapp. They probably came to Rowan Co. Elisabeth Palmer arrived in 1762, married Hans Petersen, but died in 1764. A second group of single men arrived on October 26, 1754: Andreas Betz Hans Christian Christensen George Holder Jacob Kapp Johannes Nagel Johannes Ranke George Schmid Jacobus van der Merk 1755, Single Men and Married Couples The year 1755 saw substantial growth in the little Bethabara community, with several parties of new settlers reaching Wachovia, including the first women, who arrived with their husbands on November 4th of that year. In 1780, he became the teacher of the older boys.

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The Royal Colony of North Carolina

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Henrietta Petermann, wife of Johann Matthaeus Miksch, arrived with her husband in 1764, died in Salem in 1811. Thomas Williams Thomas Henry Butner 1842-1922 moved to Platte Co. Peter Fiedler 1749-1829 was one of the signers of the Brotherly Agreement that formed the Friedland Society in 1771. At least 50 locations announced participation in the Mary 2. Anna Dorothea Schütz arrived in 1766, and married Johann Heinrich Stohr. Soon they bought the five thousand acres of the Barony of Nazareth from Whitefield's manager, and the two communities of Bethlehem and Nazareth became closely linked in their agricultural and industrial economy.

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Michael Stoehr Obituary

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Petrus Glotz arrived in 1769 and died in Salem in 1771. He is probably the John Lisher who married Maria Catharina Loesch, sister of Jacob and Hermannus. Riddle James Edward Butner 1849-1930 m. Lucy Adelia Monahan in Platte Co. He married the widow Maria Fockel in 1779. She married 1 George Baumgarten, and 2 Johann Peter Schryer or Schreier.

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Mary 2.0

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He seems to have left the community sometime in the 1780s. Major factors leading to the movement included women being unable to serve in all ministry positions and mandatory celibacy. Maria Magdalena Natterman came in 1766, and married Johann Heinrich Herbst. Alvin Emil Butner 1826-1906 m. He married Elizabeth Palmer in 1762 shortly after her arrival from Pennsylvania, but died the next year. Christian Renatus Heckewalder arrived in 1766.

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Michael Stoehr Obituary

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Jeremiah Schaaf was born in 1719 and died in Salem in 1800. Christian Gottlieb Reuter 1717-1777 was the second husband of Anna Catharina Antes, widow of Hans Martin Kalberlahn. Heinrich Herman Butner 1792-1879 m. By 1467 the Moravian Church had established its own ministry, and in the years that followed three orders of the ministry were defined: deacon, presbyter, and bishop. Jonathan Matthias Butner 1835-1844 Josiah Edward Butner b. Most of the other settlers also contracted the disease, but survived. Burchette 1855-1930 Harriet Malinda Butner 1849-1934 m.

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Mary 2.0

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Critics of the awareness week included the archbishop , personal secretary to. Jonas Nilson 1712-1779 and his wife Rosina Gruner 1713-1775 arrived in 1758 and settled in Bethabara. He married Anna Maria Brendel, one of a party of single women who arrived in 1766. In 1981, a Salem college professor, Dudley Shearburn, repeated this trek, taking as nearly as possible the same route down the valley of Virginia. Petree, both of whom died in infancy in 1836 and 1837 respectively.

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Michael Stoehr Obituary

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He was one of the signers of the Brotherly Agreement that formed the Friedland Society in 1771. He married Elizabeth Kröhn, daughter of Johann Peter Kröhn. There was a strong need, however, for a larger, central town. He married Maria Magadalena Transou 1758-1835. When Kalberlahn died in 1759, Bonn took over as doctor in Bethabara, and later in Salem. He is probably the father of Johanna Elisabeth Stöhr who married Thomas Butner.

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