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Andrew Ziegler
Mrs. Unknown Ziegler
(Abt 1750-After 1782)
Abraham Shelly
(Abt 1759-1840)
Catherine Boyer
Christopher Ziegler
Susannah Shelly
Eve Ziegler


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Enos (Enoch) Barkey

Eve Ziegler

  • Born: 15 Dec 1814, Bucks County, Pennsylvania 37
  • Marriage: Enos (Enoch) Barkey on 23 Aug 1835 in Hammond Township, Beaver County Pennsylvania 22,23,24
  • Died: 18 Mar 1884, Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska at age 69
  • Buried: 18 Mar 1884, Highland Township, Cortland, Gage County, Nebraska 38

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• faith. I was a regular attendee of the Mennonite church in my youth.

• Moved, 1872, Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska. 39,40 I moved with Enos to Beatrice, Nebraska by train.

“The town of Beatrice was founded in 1857 by a group of pioneers from St. Louis who traveled on the steamer "Hannibal" up the Missouri River to the new territory of Nebraska. During their stay aboard the steamer they organized an association and selected a committee to: “Explore Nebraska for the purpose of selecting a town site." This committee left the boat at Nebraska City, divided themselves into two groups and set out to find a suitable location for the town site. One group proceeded directly west from Nebraska City. The other group traveled in a southwesterly direction and made camp one night on the banks of Indian Creek at its junction with the Big Blue River. This site was selected and the first building built, known as Pap Towle's cabin which is where the Gage County Museum was later built. The town's name is pronounced Be-a-trice instead of the common pronunciation.

Beatrice's Downtown Business District features the Gage County Bank which was built in 1874 of native limestone. Located at the corner of 6th and Court is the Paddock Kensington. It was formally the Paddock Hotel, which was rebuilt after the original Paddock Hotel burned..

The DeRoin Trail ran from Brownville near the town of St. DeRoin to Beatrice and on to meet the Oregon Trail near Alexandria. It followed the old Otoe-Omaha Indian Trail and was also know as the Brownville or Government Road. Originally the trail joined the Austin Trail near the present site of Pickrell and continued west. In the 1850's, when Beatrice was able to sell travelers their supplies, the trail dropped further south and followed what later became Court Street. They crossed the Big Blue River just south of the Court Street Bridge on the rock bottom ford known as the Scott Street ford

• faith, 1874, Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska. I joined the Church of God.

• death, 18 Mar 1884, Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska. 41 Highland Center Cemetery
SE BARKEY Lester P Aug 16 1888 Dec 05 1968
SE BARKEY Maude M. Nov 12 1890 Feb 16 1976
SE BARKEY Lulu May 12 1885 May 12 1972
SE BARKEY Eno Nov 01 1852 Dec 18 1931
SE BARKEY Celesta Alcyone Nov 17 1851 Oct 24 1904 W/o Eno
SE BARKEY Stella A. May 15 1878 Nov 15 1894
NW BARKEY Ziegler Jul 30 1844 Feb 03 1914 Civil War Vet
NW BARKEY Olive B. Apr 29 1885 D/o J. H. & E. - 1 Y 5 M 20 D
NW BARKEY Infant D/o Z. & H. Barkey
NW BARKEY Burton C. Jul 14 1896 S/o Z. & H. Barkey - 20 Y 3 M 8 D
SE BARKEY Enos Jan 15 1895 79 Y 2 M 25 D
SE BARKEY Eve Mar 18 1884 69 Y 3 M 3 D


Eve married Enos (Enoch) Barkey, son of Abraham Barkey and Catherine Borneman, on 23 Aug 1835 in Hammond Township, Beaver County Pennsylvania 22,23.,24 (Enos (Enoch) Barkey was born on 30 Oct 1815 in Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, died on 15 Jan 1895 in Cortland, Gage County, Nebraska, 25,26,27 and was buried on 16 Jan 1895 in Cortland, Gage County, Nebraska,.)

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