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  • Birth  1762  Muddy Creek, Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, PA. Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Christened  18 Feb 1782  Muddy Creek Reformed Church, East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Gender  Female 
    Person ID  I050  Family Tree for Benjamin Welcomer and brother George
    Last Modified  24 Sep 2005 00:00:00 
    Mother  Anna Margaretha, b. 1734 
    Family ID  F29  Group Sheet
    Family  JOHN GEORGE BRUNNER, b. 20 May 1754, East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, PA  
    Married  12 Feb 1782 
     1. Elizabeth Brunner, b. 19 Dec 1782, Lancaster County, PA
     2. Barbara Brunner, b. 10 May 1784, Lancaster County, PA
    >3. ANNA MARIA BRUNNER, b. 3 Feb 1786, Lancaster County, PA
     4. John Brunner, b. 31 Jul 1794, Lancaster Co., PA.
     5. Leah Brunner, b. 1796, Dover, York, Pa.
     6. Eva Brunner, b. 23 Feb 1797
    Family ID  F20  Group Sheet
  • Notes 
    • Muddy Creek church and cemetary

      The one I know is just off Pa Rt 272 southwest of Adamstown in East Cocalico Twp on Muddy Church Rd and Muddy Creek Rd south
      on map look for Pa Rt 272 ,222,897 and interstate 76[Pa Turnpike] they make a sqare in the center is the Churchs and Cem


      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,

      Waldschmidt, John, Reformed Minister at Cocalico, Moden Krick, Weissenichen Land and Seltenreich 1752-1786


      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
  • Sources 
    1. [S1684] Theoretical - Gene Pool Individual Record

    2. [S2001] Muddy Creek Reformed Church , East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, PA

    3. [S2001] Muddy Creek Reformed Church , East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, PA
      by Rev. John Waldschmidt

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