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From: "Susan" <>
Subject: Re: [BRE] Rarick surname
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2003 17:31:36 -0500
don't really know, to be honest. This is one Rearick line that we are NOT
connected to, and thus not listed in our local Rearick book. so I have only
the minimal info available on the Rootsweb and the Rarick family website. I
can check there if you want me to.
----- Original Message -----
From: RHOADS, Roger <>
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 4:50 PM
Subject: RE: [BRE] Rarick surname
> Please correct me if I'm wrong, but George Rarick (1815-1853),
> buried in Inbody Cem., Harrison Twp., Elkhart Co., IN is the son of John
> Rarick (1784-1856), buried in St. John Cemetery, Union Twp., Elkhart Co.,
> IN. In turn, John was the son of Henry Rarick (1755-1817), buried in
> Ellerton Cemetery, Montgomery Co., OH (the Lutheran side). He was the
> brother of John Rohrig.
> John, s/o Henry, m. Barbara Heeter, d/o Sebastian Heeter who
> attended the same Ellerton Lutheran church.
> Perhaps I have the wrong George. He had 10 siblings including
> brothers John H., Eli and Noah, but no Jacob. John is also buried in
> Oldbody Cem.
> Roger Rhoads
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Susan
> Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 3:22 PM
> Subject: Re: [BRE] Rarick surname
> I have the same info plus some other anecdotal stuff. I have a book
> The Rairigh and Rearick Families of Indiana and Armstrong Counties by
> Virginia Shupe, who is a member of the Rairigh/Rairie (northern/Indiana
> County) branch of the family. I can do look ups for anyone who is
> Jacob was part of the northern (Indiana County) Rairigh branch. you are
> correct in saying he and his children were Brethren. Big time Brethren.
> several pastors, elders, deacons, in the family. His brother George "was
> the first resident minister of the German Baptist (Dunkard) Church which
> Also, the David listed as his son is not our David. our David married a
> Sarah Schall of Burrell Twp (then Allegheny Twp), Armstrong County, PA
> around 1833, settled on the Schall property, built and operated a sawmill
> there, and had a family of four (three of which survived to adulthood).
> None moved outside of the immediate area.
> I would be interested in any stray John Rarick/Rairigh/Rarich "out there".
> Jacob had a brother John b 1 Sep 1786, came to Indiana County, PA, in 1803
> with his parents, moved to Armstrong County around 1814. He is listed on
> the 1820 Armstrong County census as having a family of two sons and three
> daughters. He is not present in Armstrong or Indiana County in 1830. He
> may have moved west or died. no other record of him, his wife or
> so if you have any "lost" John Raricks out there, or any lost Rearicks in
> general, send them my way. I'll try to find a "home" for him/her and let
> you know what I find out.
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