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(1727 - 1776)

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(1692 - 1743)
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Wilhelm Barringer/Behringer

                                       
                                       

Born: 12 Mar 1692, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Died:  1743, While crossing the Atlantic Ocean, Burial at Sea

 

Wilhelm Barringer/Behringer was born 12 Mar 1692 in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany.  He married Mary Paulina Dekker who was born 08 Dec 1692.  They had six children.

 
 
Children of William Barringer and Mary Paulina Dekker
Name Birth Date Death Date Spouse
Johann Paulus Barringer 25 Sep 1721 01 Jan 1807 1) Ann Eliza Eisman
2) Catherine Blackwelder
Mathias Barringer 30 Oct 1727 1776 Margaret Bushart
George Henry Barringer 1732    
Anna Maria Barringer     Christian Barnhardt
Catherine Barringer     Christian Overcash
Dolly Barringer     Nicholas Cook
 

 

Wilhelm & Paulina's son, Johann Paulus, was the first Barringer to come to America.  Within five years he sent to Germany for his parents and siblings.  During the four-week voyage, aboard the ship "Palena", both Whilhelm and Paulina (who were ageing) became ill and died.  They were buried at sea.

 

Mathias took charge of the group and waited in Philadelphia, PA, until they settled in North Carolina.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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