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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Emory Dyson Freeburn: Birth: 20 AUG 1861 in Perry County, Pennsylvania. Death: 13 MAY 1921 in Richmond, Contra Costa, California

  2. Sara Catherine "Sally" Freeburn: Birth: 08 AUG 1863 in Cove, Perry County, Pennsylvania. Death: 07 JUN 1934 in Perry County, Pennsylvania

  3. Margaret M. Freeburn: Birth: 25 OCT 1866 in Perry County, Pennsylvania. Death: 20 AUG 1868 in Perry County, Pennsylvania

  4. Margaret B. Freeburn: Birth: 02 JUN 1869 in Perry County, Pennsylvania. Death: 09 FEB 1939 in Herndon, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania

  5. Loamie Mame Freeburn: Birth: 08 APR 1874 in Perry County, Pennsylvania. Death: 24 JUN 1958 in Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania

  6. Charles Alexander Freeburn: Birth: DEC 1876 in Perry County, Pennsylvania. Death: AFT 1930 in Pittsburg (?), Allegheny County (?), Pennsylvania


Sources
1. Title:   Perry County Democrat
Page:   http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/PAPERRY/2003-01/1043548011
2. Title:   Juniata Advocate & Press
Page:   http://www.rootsweb.com/
3. Title:   Juniata Advocate & Press
4. Title:   Perry County Democrat
Page:   http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/PAPERRY/2003-01/1043548011
5. Title:   Juniata Advocate & Press
Page:   http://www.rootsweb.com/

Notes
a. Note:   1880 Census 1880 United States Federal Census Record
 about Caroline Freeburn
 Name: Caroline Freeburn
 Age: 43
 Estimated birth year: abt 1837
 Birthplace: Pennsylvania
 Occupation: Keeping House
 Relationship to head-of-household: Wife
 Home in 1880: Penn, Perry, Pennsylvania
 Marital status: Married
 Race: White
 Gender: Female
 Spouse's name: George S. Freeburn
 Father's birthplace: PA
 Mother's birthplace: PA
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 CHURCHES BETWEEN THE MOUNTAINS
 A HISTORY OF THE
 LUTHERAN CONGREGATIONS IN
 PERRY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
 by
 REV. D. H. FOCHT, A.M.
  Having been for some time faithfully instructed in the Catechism in the fundamental doctrines of the Christian religion, on Saturday, the 24th of November, 1855, the following persons were confirmed:
  David Wolf, John S. Dougherty (baptized); Mrs. Eliza Yeager; Caroline Anders; Elizabeth Anders; Sophia Yeager; Hetta Swartz; Sarah Ann Burrell.
  ALSO:
  On the 29th of December, 1861, the congregation was organized once more. On this occasion the Rev. W. H. Diven assisted the pastor and the following paper was approved and subscribed:
  "We, the undersigned, now regular members of the neighboring Evangelical Lutheran congregations, and in good standing in the same, living at Millerstown and its vicinity, Perry County, Pa., deeply sensible of the necessity of having the Gospel of Jesus Christ regularly preached in our midst, of having our children instructed in the doctrines of the Christian religion, and of having the sacraments administered according to the command of God's word, do, on this Sunday the 29th of December, A.D. 1861, organize ourselves into an Evangelical Lutheran congregation, by electing an Elder or Elders and Deacons, holding the Bible as our only infallible and inspired rule of faith and practice, affirming our assent to the doctrinal basis of the Synod of Central Pennsylvania, and of the General Synod of the Lutheran Church in the United States, and adopting the Formula of said General Synod, or a Constitution consistent therewith as our rule of government and discipline. In doing this we subscribe our names as members of Samuel's Evangelical Lutheran Church, looking to Almighty God for his blessing upon this our humble undertaking, and praying that his word among us may have free course, run and be glorified, sinners be converted, saints be edified, and this congregation be perpetuated from generation to generation, till time be no more, through Jesus Christ, to whom, with the Father and Holy Spirit, be praise and glory, honor and thanksgiving, now and forever. Amen. Signed by
  Samuel S. Taylor Susan Marlatt
 Ephraim Acker Caroline Freeburn
 Samuel H. Kleffman Elizabeth Kleffman
 Jacob Slutterbach Lydia Ann Acker
 Mary A. Slutterbach Henry Weiland
 John Slutterbach Mary Slutterbach
 Hannah Taylor
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 Date: 25 Jan 2003 19:26:51 -0700
 From: <[email protected]>
 To: [email protected]
 Message-ID: <[email protected]>
 Subject: [PA-Perry] FREEBURN - ANDERS; Marriage
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  Surnames: Freeburn, Anders
 Classification: Marriage
  Message Board URL:
  http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/odB.2ACI/569
  Message Board Post:
  The Perry County Democrat of 10/25/1860 Pg 3 Col 2, Marriages
 On the 18th inst by Rev D H Focht, at Newport, Mr George S Freeburn, of Millerstown, to Miss Caroline Anders, of Juniata Township, Perry County.



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