Person:George Beamer (2)

Watchers
George V. Beamer
b.2 Mar 1817 Rotenhausen
Facts and Events
Name[1][3][4][5] George V. Beamer
Gender Male
Birth[4][5] 2 Mar 1817 Rotenhausen
Residence[4] 1880 Paw Paw Township, Wabash County, Indiana
Death[4][5] 2 Nov 1880 Wabash County, Indiana
Burial[2][5] Urbana, Wabash, Indiana, United StatesUrbana Cemetery

ROTENHAUSEN is probably a village in the Palatinate. Likely it is spelled ROCKENHAUSEN, near WALDGREHWEILER.

George's first child was born in WALDGREHWEILER, which is located in the Palatinate. The tiny village is central to the story of "White Creek's" ancestors. Other related families associated with the village are: Baumbauer, Brand, Geibel, Glässer, Henry, Hildebrand, Maurer, Regula, and Schroeder.

In the BEAMER family tree, linked surnames are: Mattern, Urschel, and Zinsmeister.

--White Creek 22:22, 20 September 2013 (UTC)

References
  1. Pedigree Chart at the Wabash Public Library.
  2. Haupert, James. St. Peter's Cemetery Records.
  3. Wabash County Historical Society (Indiana); Linda Robertson; and North Manchester Historical Society (Indiana). Wabash County history, bicentennial edition, 1976, Wabash, Indiana. (Marceline, Missouri: Walsworth Publishing Company, c1976).

    States only 4 of the children's names. Says the family originated from the "Black Forest", which other data suggests would not be correct.

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 "Mark's Genealogy Webpage".

    Contrary to this source, Rotenhausen was probably the town of ROCKENHAUSEN, located southeast of the village of Waldgrehweiler, from where many of the Urbana Indiana Pioneers had migrated.

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Woodward, Ronald L. Lagro Township Cemeteries, Wabash County, Indiana. (Wabash, Indiana: unknown)
    2002.