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From: "Dwayne Wrightsman" <>
Subject: Re: [BRE] [BRE - Peter Brubaker 1809-1891 KS
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2012 16:10:54 -0500
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My take on this Peter Brubaker, given his death date and place, is that he
was the grandson of Peter Brubaker (H-1), head of the H-Line (and the
derivative lines J-1, J-2, K, L, and M of Brubakers) of Franklin County, PA.
The grandfather, Peter Brubacher, was born out of wedlock in Ibersheim,
Germany, and therefore is not Brubaker by blood (unless there was incest
involved). His mother was Maria and she married Abraham Hackman who became
Peter Brubaker's stepfather.

Many of the Franklin County, PA, Brubakers became Brethren, and their
numbers are second only to the thousands of Brubakers of the V-Line headed
by John Brubaker (c1750-c1825). The V in the V-Line stands for Virginia
because that is where many (including the Brethren Encyclopedia) think that
John and Anna Meyer Brubaker's family became Brethren. The truth is,
however, that they became Brethren in Pennsylvania in 1774 when they married
in Bethel Township, Lancaster County (now Lebanon and Berks). Anna's
father, Jacob Meyer, was a minister in the Little Swatara Congregation. His
children married into several of the leading Brethren families in the area
north of present-day Lancaster County.

Dwayne Wrightsman


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It appears to me that this Peter Brubaker b. Apr 1809 in Lancaster Co, PA
may have been son of David Brubaker b. 1763 and Elizabeth Ober b. 1780, and
who married Mary Strickler.  (LDS files)
 
Confirmation of this would be welcome.
 
Wayne Lucore
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Subject: [BRE] Brubaker sighting KS

>From the Lawrence [KS] Gazette for Thursday, Dec 24 1891:

'BRUBAKER.  Uncle Peter Brubaker, who has been sick for several
weeks died at his home December 16.  He was a highly  respected
resident of Douglas County and will be greatly missed by both old
and young in this neighborhood.  Had he lived until April, he  would
have been 83 years old.  He was a minister of the Dunkard
denomination."





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