Adam Barnhisle

#6104, b. 1772, d. 1827 or 1830
Last Edited:24 Jan 2016
FatherJohn Martin Bernheisel b. 29 May 1729, d. 29 Jun 1802
MotherAnna Christina Margaretha? Chateau b. 20 Nov 1745, d. 20 Sep 1803
RelationshipGrandson of Valentine Berndheisell

Children of Adam Barnhisle and Eva Catherine Fleischer

Children of Adam Barnhisle and Barbara Loy

Outline of Life Events:

EventDescription
BirthAdam Barnhisle was born in 1772 at Berks County, PA.1
MilitaryAdam Barnhisle served in the military in 1793 at Cumberland County, PA, with the militia, 4th Battalion.2
MarriageHe married first Eva Catherine Fleischer, daughter of Georg Fleischer and Margaretha (--?--), about 1797, possibly at Cumberland County, PA.1
Census1800Adam Barnhisel was enumerated as a head of household on the 1800 Federal Census at Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA. Based on known or estimated ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household: Jacob Barnhisel, free white male under the age of ten; Nancy Barnhisel, free white female under the age of ten; Eva Catherine Barnhisle, free white female 26 to 45 years old. There was another unidentified girl under the age of 10 also living there, possibly a daughter or niece.3
MarriageAdam Barnhisle married second Barbara Loy about 1803, possibly at Cumberland County, PA.1
Communion1Adam Bernheisel and Barbara Bernheisel received communion on 26 Mar 1804 at Lebanon Lutheran Church at Loysville, Cumberland (now Perry) County, PA.4
Census1820Adam Barnhisle was enumerated as the head of a household on the 1820 census at Bethlehem, Stark County, OH. Based on known or estimated ages, it is possible that the following also lived in the household: George Barnhisel, free white male under the age of ten; Mary Barnhisel, Sarah Barnhisel and Lydia Barnhisel, free white female under the age of ten; Nancy Barnhisel and Elizabeth Barnhisel, free white female 16 to 26 years old; Barbara Barnhisle, free white female 26 to 45 years old. There were also 2 unidentified boys under age 10 and 1 unidentified female between ages 16 and 25, for a total of 11 household members. Adam was a farmer.5
DeathAdam Barnhisle died in 1827 or 1830 in Stark? County, OH.2

Citations:

  1. [S1108] Carol Constance (Younker) Boyer. Barnhiser / Bernheisel Family Lines. Denver, CO: Boyer, Aug 2002.
  2. [S340] Carol Constance (Younker) Boyer. Barnhiser / Bernheisel Family Lines. Denver, CO: Boyer, Jan 1995.
  3. [S1318] 1800 U.S. Census. PA. Cumberland County. population schedule.
  4. [S1320] Rev. D H Focht. Churches between the Mountains : a history of the Lutheran Congregations in Perry County, Pennsylvania. Baltimore, MD, USA: T. Newton Kurtz, 1862.
  5. [S1326] 1820 U.S. Census. OH. Stark County. Population schedule. Digital images.