Person:Barnhart Kline (1)

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Barnhart Kline
b.16 DEC 1756 PA
d.3 AUG 1837
  1. Barnhart Kline1756 - 1837
m. ABT 1781
  1. Elizabeth Kline1783 - 1867
  2. Solomon Kline1787 - 1870
  3. Mary Christina Kline1790 - 1873
  4. Catherine Kline1791 - 1873
  5. Margaret Kline1792 - 1871
  6. Magdelene Kline1795 - 1878
  7. Fannie Kline1798 - 1888
  8. Henry Kline1802 - 1883
  9. Susanna Kline1803 - 1890
  10. Barnhart Kline1805 - 1885
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Name Barnhart Kline
Alt Name Barnhart Lt. Kline
Gender Male
Birth? 16 DEC 1756 PA
Alt Birth? 16 DEC 1756 Upper Milford Township Northampton CO PA
Marriage ABT 1781 PAto Margaretha Anna Ritter
Alt Marriage 1781 PAto Margaretha Anna Ritter
Burial? AUG 1837 Old lutheran and reform cemetery , Kratzerville, PA
Reference Number? 3304
Death? 3 AUG 1837
Alt Death? 3 AUG 1837 Jackson twp. Snyder CO PA

Lt. Bernhart Kline served in the revolutionary war from 1775 to 1782 including service in 3rd co. 4th battalion of Northampton CO militia in 1778 as a ranger on the frontier under Capt. Peter Rhoads in 1782. He is buried in the Kratzerville reformed church cemetery. There is tons of information on Lt Kline in the Snyder CO Historical society in Middleberg PA.

When Mother died, father was already dead, Barnhart was only 6. He was left to a guardian Henry Christ Esq.


MILITARY OF BARNHART KLINE .LEIUT. FROM JUNE 6,1775-HE VOLUNTEERED For SERVICE IN THE CONTINENTAL ARMY. HIS REVOLUTIONARY WAS LONG AND VARIED,HIS FIRST SERVICE IN 1775 WAS A PRIVATE IN CAPTAIN ABRAHAM MILLERS COMPANY,LATER IN THE 7th COMPANY UNDER CAPTAIN FELIX GOOD AS CORPORAL SECOND LIEUTENANT UNDER CAPTAIN -HENRY BOWMAN,WHEN HE WAS DISCHARGED HE WAS LISTED AS Lieutenants volunteer SERVICE WAS TWO YEARS ALSO SERVED AS FRONTIER BANGER ON FRONTIER FOR SEVEN DAYS DURING MARCH 1782.THIS REPORT TAKEN FROM. A LETTER RECEIVED BY MRS.MARY F.LEIBY. IN JANUARY 1$6*- ,MRS MARY F, LEIBY WAS ISSUED A COPY FROM COMMONWEALTH OF PA STATE MUSEUM BUILDING .CONTAINING A GOLD SEAL SAYING THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT BARNHART KLINE WAS COMMISSIONED AS A SECOND LIEUTENANT THIRD CO.,FOURTH BATTALION UNDER CAPTAIN BOWMAN"S NORTHAMPTON CO MILITIA,ACCORDING TO THE EVIDENCE OF THE BATTALION RETURNED DATED MAY 21,1777".his residence as Xowamensing twp. SIGNED BY WM.H.WORK ,CHE IF OF DIVISION OF PUBLIC RECORDS. THIS WAS HIS FIRST ENLISTMENT. THERE HOME WAS IN MILFORD,NORTHAMPTON CO,PA.CLOSETO THE DELAWARE.[burns.FTW]

Lt. Berhart Kline served in the revolutionary war from 1775 to 1782 including service in 3rd co. 4th batalion of Northampton CO mailitia in 1778 as a ranger on the frontier under Capt. Peter Rhoads in 1782. He is buried in the Kratzerville reformed church cemetery. There is tons of information on Lt Kline in the Snyder CO Historical society in Middleberg PA.

When Mother died, info says father was already dead, Barnhart was only 6. He was left to a gaurdian Henry Christ esq, although other info says otherwise.


MILITARY OF BARNHART KLINE .LEIUT. FROM JUNE 6,1775-HE VOLUNTEERED FQR SERVICE IN THE CONTINENTAL ARMY. HIS REVOLUTIONARY WAS LONG AND VARIED,HIS FIRST SERVICE IN 1775 WAS A PRIVATE IN CAPTAIN ABRAHAM MILLERS COMPANY,LATER IN THE 7th COMPANY UNDER CAPTAIN FELIX GOOD AS CORPRAL.AS SECOND LEIUTENANT UNDER CAPTAIN -HENRY BOWMAN,WHEN HE WAS DISCHARGED HE WAS LISTED AS LEIUTENSMIVVOLUNTEER SERVICE WAS TWO YEARS.HE ALSO SERVED AS FRONTIER BANGER ON FRONTIER FOR SEVEN DAYS DURING MARCH 1782.THIS REPORT TAKEN FROM.A LETTER RECEIVED BY MRS.MARY F.LEIBY. IN JANUARY 1$6*J- ,MRS MARY F, LEIBY WAS ISSUED A COPY FROM COMMONWEALTH OF PA STATE MUSEUM BUILDING .CONTAINING A GOLD SEAL SAYING THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT BARNHART KLINE WAS COMMISSIONED AS A SECOND LIEUTENTANT THIRD CO.,FOURTH BATTALION UNDER CAPTAIN BOWMAN"S NORTHAMPTON CO MILITIA,ACCORDING TO THE EVIDENCE OF THE BATTALION.RETURNED DATED MAY 21,1777".his residence as Xowamensing twp. SIGNED BY WM.H.WORK ,CHEIF OF DIVISION OF PUBLICE RECORDS.THIS WAS HIS FIRST ENLISTMENT.THERE HOME WAS IN MILFORD,NORTHAMPTON CO,PA.CLOSETO THE DELAWARE.

THERE IS SO MUCH INFO ABOUT THIS MAN, I DECIDED TO PUT A FEW DIFFERENT VERSIONS IN. LIEUTENANT BARNHART CCLINE (commonly known as "Bar­my, "Berny" or "Barnhardt") was born on December 16, 1756, probab­ly in Upper Milford Twp Nor­thampton CO Pa, and died near what is now Kratzerville, Pa., on August 3.1837. His wife, Mar­garet , was born on February 6, 1761, and died on December 20, 1850. Both are buried in the old Lutheran and Reformed ceme­tery in Kratzerviile, and their graves are marked. The federal census of 1790, states that he lived in To-wamensink, Twp Northamp­ton CO in that year, and his family consisted of one mnlc over and three under .10 years, and four females. John and Frederick, whor lived in the same township'at that time, were probaoly his brothers. He settled in what is now Jackson, but then Penn Twp Snyder Coun­ty, some time before 1800. It's believed that he was a son, or grand­son, of the Barnhart Kline, who sailed for America from Rotterdam, Holland in the British r.hip "Lydia," landed at Philadelphia, and tookiiie English oath of allegiance there en September 29, 1741. On January 1, 1786. he was granted a warrant of survey for 25 acres in Northampton CO and his name appeared on the Upper Milford Township tax lists of 1785, and 1786. The known and supposed children of Barnhurt and his wife were: Barnhart, Jr., (who. settled near Clyde or Bellevue, OH. Margaret, 1792-1871 , (who married Squire Jacob F. Hummel): Fanny, January 22, 1798-January 25, 1888 (who married Jonas Sassaman, Sr., and lived in what is now Jackson Township of Snyder CO and Henry. August 26, 18??-September 17, 1883 (who lived in Jackson Township). Most of the above people are interred in the Kratzerville Cemetery. The Revolu­tionary service -of this pioneer was long and varied. In 1775, he was a private in Captain Abraham Milller's Company. On May 14, 1778, he was a Second Lieutenant of the 3rd Company, 4th Battalion of the Nor- thampton CO Militia. On Sept­ember 28th, 1782, Captain Peter Roods (probably Rhoads) certified that Barbard Kline was on Frontier Duty seven days during the month of March, 1782.


MILITARY OF BARNHART KLINE .LEIUT. FROM JUNE 6,1775-HE VOLUNTEERED FOR SERVICE IN THE CONTINENTAL ARMY. HIS REVOLUTIONARY WAS LONG AND VARIED,HIS FIRST SERVICE IN 1775 WAS A PRIVATE IN CAPTAIN ABRAHAM MILLERS COMPANY,LATER IN THE 7th COMPANY UNDER CAPTAIN FELIX GOOD AS CORPRAL.AS SECOND LEIUTENANT UNDER CAPTAIN -HENRY BOWMAN,WHEN HE WAS DISCHARGED HE WAS LISTED AS LEIUTENSMIVVOLUNTEER SERVICE WAS TWO YEARS.HE ALSO SERVED AS FRONTIER BANGER ON FRONTIER FOR SEVEN DAYS DURING MARCH 1782.THIS REPORT TAKEN FROM.A LETTER RECEIVED BY MRS.MARY F.LEIBY. IN JANUARY 1$6*J- ,MRS MARY F, LEIBY WAS ISSUED A COPY FROM COMMONWEALTH OF PA STATE MUSEUM BUILDING .CONTAINING A GOLD SEAL SAYING THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT BARNHART KLINE WAS COMMISSIONED AS A SECOND LIEUTENTANT THIRD CO.,FOURTH BATTALION UNDER CAPTAIN BOWMAN"S NORTHAMPTON CO MILITIA,ACCORDING TO THE EVIDENCE OF THE BATTALION.RETURNED DATED MAY 21,1777".his residence as Xowamensing twp. SIGNED BY WM.H.WORK ,CHEIF OF DIVISION OF PUBLICE RECORDS.THIS WAS HIS FIRST ENLISTMENT.THERE HOME WAS IN MILFORD,NORTHAMPTON CO,PA.CLOSETO THE DELAWARE.