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  • Birth  3 Feb 1786  Lancaster County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Christened  30 Apr 1786  By Rev. John Waldschmidt Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Female 
    Person ID  I004  Family Tree for Benjamin Welcomer and brother George
    Last Modified  24 Sep 2005 00:00:00 
    Father  JOHN GEORGE BRUNNER, b. 20 May 1754, East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, PA  
    Mother  ANNA MARIA ACHENBACH, b. 1762, Muddy Creek, Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, PA.  
    Family ID  F20  Group Sheet
    Family  BENJAMIN WELCOMER, b. Between 1780 and 1788 
    >1. George Welcomer, b. 15 Apr 1812
    >2. Benjamin Welcomer, b. 11 Feb 1814, York, Pa.
    >3. Jacob Welcomer, b. 1 Sep 1816
    Family ID  F02  Group Sheet
  • Notes 
    • also known as Mary

      Swamp Reformed (Little Cocalico) Church, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1788-1822
      database at Ancestry.com has all the Brunners and Aughenbaughs (diff. spellings)


      Waldschmidt ws probably an itinerant minister according to Lancaster Co. Hist Soc,


      from http://lanclio.org/research/databases/lanccoloc.htm

      NAME "Blainsport";
      LOCATION "West Cocalico Township";
      CURRENT NAME (If Different)" ";
      FORMER NAME (If Different)" "Reinholdsville";
      NOTES "Formerly known as Reinholdsville; the village was laid out by John Ober and called 'White Hall' in early 19th century. During 1850's Squire Benjamin Reinhold had village named for himself. Owing to confusion caused by Reinholds Station about 2 miles south of Reinholdsville, the name was changed to Blainsport, supposedly to honor James G. Blaine, prominent national Republican political figure, whose forefathers lived in Lancaster County.";
      COORDINATES " ";
      DIRECTIONS " ";
      SOURCE " "

      NAME "Muddy Creek P.O.";
      LOCATION "Brecknock Township"; (right next to East Cocalico township)
      nothing else

      from the will of Phelix Brunner

      Name: Anna Mary Brunner
      Description: Daughter
      Date: 14 Jan 1760
      Prove Date: 28 Jan 1760
      BookPage: L:376
      Remarks: Phelix Brunner. Upper Milfort, Co. of Northampton, Penna. Yeoman. Jan. 14, 1760. Jan. 28, 1760. L.376. Wife: Anna Barbara. Daughters: Anna Margret Linn, Anna Mary Greesmerner and Anna Mary Willawir. Sons-in-Law: Peter Linn, John Greesmer and Adam Willawir. Exec: John Adam Willawir.

      [very interesting that Willawir is the maried name]
  • Sources 
    1. [S1684] Theoretical - Gene Pool Individual Record

    2. [S2072] Quickel Lutheran/Reformed (Conewago Twp.)

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