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Re: Barrier/Berrier/Berger/Barger

Posted: 6 Oct 2003 9:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 31 Jul 2005 5:40PM GMT
Thank you so much Betty. Then it is possible that one of those
(german speaking) Barrier children slipped off to NC. If I am figuring correctly then Johan Charles showing up as an adult in NC by 1759
would be consistent with Susanne's generation. In other words, it is
possible he could be a brother of Suzanne.

Trux? French? Barriers were french hugeonots who fled to Switzerland and Germany and must have stayed a generation or two to pick up the German language. On record, they were often found as Berger in NC but about 1800 (for reasons unknown) they begin to call themselves Barrier and Berrier. I checked the phone book for France (online) and there are about 800 Barriers listed.
thanks again
Stephanie
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skh941 16 Dec 2002 5:11PM GMT 
Mary Turney Miller 24 Dec 2002 7:50AM GMT 
sharr500 21 Jun 2013 11:53AM GMT 
bfaye5 5 Oct 2003 9:03PM GMT 
sharr500 6 Oct 2003 5:00AM GMT 
Betty 6 Oct 2003 8:49AM GMT 
skh941 6 Oct 2003 5:20PM GMT 
Betty 6 Oct 2003 7:30PM GMT 
skh941 7 Oct 2003 3:12AM GMT 
Betty 7 Oct 2003 11:17AM GMT 
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