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Jacob Burger (b. Abt. 1752, d. Abt. 1825)Jacob Burger was born Abt. 1752 in Unionville, Lehigh County Pennsylvania, and died Abt. 1825.He married Susannah Margareth Arner, daughter of Felix Arner and Maria Elizabeth Arner.
Notes for Jacob Burger:
Much of the data for the Jacob Burger family line, was sent by Jack and Dorothy Burger
(Jack is the 3rd Great-Grandson of Jacob)
They list the submitters of their information as follows:
Ed Anderson 171 Andrew Drive, Newtown, PA18940-22191995
Robert A. Raup308 12th Ave., Indian Rocks Beach, FL33785-2855 1995-96
Carson B. Rustend (?)5750 E. Santa Fe, Tucson, AZ857151983
Sharon SkinnerPO Box 348Payson, AZ855471983-85
Another reference source is from a search done on Ancestry.com
in the American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
It states that Jacob Burger is listed in a book:
Heads Of Families at the first census Pennsylvania by the US Bureau of the Census Washington, 1908. (426 pages): 275 "Ten Series" of
"Pennsylvania Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and
Harrisburg. 1852-(we have indexed Series 2, v2 and v8 (early PA marriage records.) And all the v. of Series V. Which contains nearly every complete PA Revolutionary War records.)
Ser. 5:4: 314, 463, 467; 8:54, 77, 116"
He is listed in Volume 22
Page Number: 185
(I have obtained an order form to send for a copy.)
Another note: From Lehigh County Gen-Web
"Anniversary History Of Lehigh County", Volume 2
The old trite statement that "three brothers came here from the old country", is not only a matter of family tradition but is borne out by record.
The brothers, Jacob, David and Dewalt Burger, emigrated from Germany in 1754. Two of these brothers settled in Northampton County and the other in the upper end of Carbon County, or the lower part of Monroe County, Pennsylvania.
Jacob Burger was one of the two brothers, who settled in Northampton County, and was a soldier in the Revolutionary War.
(Not sure of the emigration information since family records have Jacob as being born at. 1752 in Pennsylvania.)
More About Jacob Burger:
Military service: Bet. 1776 and 1781, Soldier in the Revolutionary War.
Marriage Notes for Jacob Burger and Susannah Margareth Arner:
Arner Family Web Site lists place of birth for all the children, except for William who was not mentioned, as Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County
Children of Jacob Burger and Susannah Margareth Arner are:
- Johann Jacob Burger, b. April 24, 1772, Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. date unknown.
- Anna Catherina Burger, b. July 02, 1773, Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. date unknown.
- Daniel Burger, b. February 09, 1775, Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. date unknown.
- John Burger, b. April 21, 1776, Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. date unknown.
- Anna Maria Burger, b. March 16, 1778, Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. date unknown.
- +Abraham Burger, b. April 07, 1780, Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. June 24, 1856, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
- Anna Christine Burger, b. January 01, 1782, Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. date unknown.
- Elizabeth Burger, b. June 14, 1783, Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. date unknown.
- +William Burger, b. September 01, 1793, probably Whitehall Twp, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, d. March 02, 1871.