Homer, Thank you for a prompt response to my forum inquiry. I am very grateful for your kind attention and noticed your frequent assistance to folks. I do not take for granted the extra effort you excert in helping "newbies" like me out and from the bottom of my heart appreciate the example you set.
Now... :)... yes, the information in the book that you posted is indeed the line that I am trying to connect with. At a glance, our lineage is... Hans Peter Berg>Johann Wilhem(son) and Johnnetta Maria Andreas>Johann Peter Berg(son) and Anna Catharina Schmidt>William Berg(Barrick)(son)and Anna Catharine>Peter Phillip(son)and Mary Mckamy>Peter Barrick Jr.(son)and Susan Seany>Henry Barrick and Marriah ?>Wesley Tyler Barrick and Mary Cassie. (pardon all the mispells)
Wesley and Mary Barrick were our grandparents.I am sure Wesley's father, Henry Barrick, was son to Peter Barrick Jr. and Susan Seany but am having problems with documented evidence.I am hoping to connect with someone that may have something to this effect. Heck, I would be even happy with undocumented support at this point :). I have census information listing the names I'm looking for but Henry was a popular name it seems and all about the same age as well.What would cinch it for me is if someone found something that indicated that Henry Barrick, son to Peter Barrick Jr. and Susan Seany, married a women named Marriah ? or a Martha Cook (another marriage possibly). That would be my final connection to this lineage. Perhaps you know of someone that has researched the children of Peter Phillip Berg (Barrick), Sr.and Jr. and whom would be interested in discussing this issue.
Rather than have you copy certain pages from Mrs. Weller's book, I am looking for a copy of the book to purchase so that I enjoy it and look up additional information if needed.Do you know where I can order this book or individuals that may have extra copies on hand for purchase?
Thank you again and I look forward to our further coorespondence.