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  • ID: I75466
  • Name: Anna Barbara Albright
  • Given Name: Anna Barbara
  • Surname: Albright
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 10 Oct 1719 in Germany 1
  • Death: 1 Mar 1802 in Orange [Now Alamance] NC 2 3
  • Burial: Stoner's Church Cemetery, Now On Rufus Dale's Farm, Alamance, NC 2
  • _PPEXCLUDE: 4 5 6
  • Event: Fact 1764 Moved To Orange, NC W/Bro. Ludwig & Jacob Albright
  • _UID: F70D90A6541F4074970191220887AFCFB90B
  • Change Date: 1 Apr 2012 at 23:31
  • Note:
    From Larry Noah:
    The wife of Johan FAUST (1719-1789) was born in Germany on 10Oct 1719 to Johannes ALBRECHT and his wife Anna Barbara (maiden name notknown). She sailed with her parents and 4 siblings from Rotterdam on theship "Pink Johnson". They arrived in America 18 Sep 1732. The familysettled in (what is now) Berks Co, PA. Family tradition says the youngAnna Barbara brought the first white Mulberry tree to the new world bycarrying a sprout in her black silk apron. Anna Barbara's sister,Magdalena, married Philip FAUST, Sr. Philip was a half-brother to theJohan FAUST that Anna Barbara married. Johan and Anna Barbara migrated toOrange County, NC about 1764. Anna Barbara died 1 Mar 1802 and is buriedat Stoner's Church cemetery in what is now Alamance county.

    This is what is recorded in Stoner's Church records. "The widowFoust named Barbara, born a Albrecht, died March 1, 1802, age 82 years,four months and several weeks. She lived in widowhood 12 years and near3 months. In her marriage estate, she had 10 children, 75 grandchildren,and 48 greatgrandchildren."


    Larry Noah - larmil-1@worldnet.att.net
    My family is at - http://members.tripod.com/~lrnoah/
    My NOEs and NOAHs are at - http://home.att.net/~larmil-1/

    You will find that the majority of the Fousts in NC can be tracedto Johannes Faust and Anna Barbara Albright. In fact Dr. Howard Faust,in his book, says: "Almost all the Fausts found in the south are hisdesendants." He was referring to Johannes above. Of course Dr. Faust(may he rest in
    peace) had at times been known to exaggerate.

    A bit about Anna Barbara: "In her marriage estate she had 10children, but 2 are dead. "She has 75 grandchildren and 48great-grandchildren. She lived in widowhood 12 years and near 3 months"- Stoner's Church Records. Family tradition says she brought the firstwhite Mulberry tree to the new world (info from Jo Thiessen).

    A bit about Johannes - Faust book says buried at Stoner's. AlFoust found his tombstone at the Brick Church cemetery. According to Al,it was very worn and had to be traced. It was in German.

    I digress - The George Foust that married Anna Barbara Kivett wasa son of Johannes and Anna Barbara. So was the Jacob Foust who marriedCharity, sister to Anna Barbara Kivett.

    The only John Foust that I show born in 1775 was the son of JacobFoust and Anna Barbara Kivett above. The question is who did he marry?One source says Barbara Swinne, another Barbara Swing.

    Larry Noah - larmil-1@worldnet.att.net
    My family is at - http://members.tripod.com/~lrnoah
    Links there to Alamance Co, NC, Orange Co, NC and
    Florence Co, SC USGenWeb sites.

    RE: The Brick Church............. I am sure someone will correctme if I am wrong. I do not believe
    that records were kept that far back. As far as I know it did notofficially become a regularly organized congregation until 1770 when Rev.Samuel Suther was the pastor. There were two earlier pastors, Rev. JamesMartin and Rev. Richard Dupert. I know nothing about them. There were anumber of periods when there was no regular pastor.

    The first recorded baptism in Brick Church was Judith Foust in1767. The earliest confirmation records that I am aware of was in 1773.If other records were kept, they are no longer available.

    The congregation was originally known as "the Church on BeaverCreek". It was later called The Clapp Church (Der Klapp Kirche). It didnot become Brick Church until the decision to build a new building ofbrick in 1813. This building has recently been restored to its 19thcentury condition.

    I have seen various accounts, but I believe the first actualstructure built for the purposes of worship was a log building that TheClapp Church shared with Low's Lutheran Church. It was built about 1765.It was not unusual for German Reformed and Lutherans to share the samebuilding. They shared the same language.

    Larry Noah - larmil-1@worldnet.att.net
    My family is at - http://members.tripod.com/~lrnoah/
    My NOEs and NOAHs are at - http://home.att.net/~larmil-1/

    She was married to Johan FAUST (son of John Peter FAUST and AnnaElisabeth GRAUEL) in 1740 in Lancaster Co, PA. Johan FAUST was born on 27Sep 1719 in Hesse, Germany. He immigrated on 27 Aug 1733 to Philadelphia,PA. Ship "Elizabeth" from Rotterdam He died on 12 Dec 1789 in Orange Co,NC. He was a smith. He was buried in Stoner's Cemetery, Alamance Co, NC.Moved with family to
    NC in 1764




    Father: Johannes Albrecht b: 1695 in Pfalz, Bayern, Germany
    Mother: Anna Barbara b: Abt 1697 in Austria

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
    • Married: 1740 in Lancaster, PA 7 8 3
    • Change Date: 27 Nov 2006

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Internet research, GED2HTML
      Title: Internet research, GED2HTML
    2. Abbrev: See notes section
      Title: See notes section
    3. Abbrev: Larry Noah, 153 W U. S. Highway 24, Independence, MO 64050, 816-252-0728, larmil-1@att.net
      Title: Larry Noah, 153 W U. S. Highway 24, Independence, MO 64050, 816-252-0728,larmil-1@att.net
      Source Media Type: Book
      Repository:
        Name: Not Given
    4. Media: Online Database
      Abbrev: Jon Gary Dean - WorldConnect Online Database
      Title: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=:2538531
      Author: Jon Gary Dean
      Publication: Jon Gary Dean
      RR2 Box 943
      San Augustine, TX 75972
      Note:
      The online database of Jon Gary Dean is riddled with errors. I made the unfortunate mistake of importing it in its entirety early on in my genealogy research. It is a mistake I have regretted since then.

      Much of the information from Jon Gary Dean's database is correct, but the errors make it difficult to sift through sometimes and can be a source of aggravation. Births after the death of a parent. Merged individuals that were NOT the same person have combined families that shouldn't be connected. Plus some duplicates with alternate spellings make it very difficult to fix.

      I have elected not to remove the data because much of it is valid, and eventually as we weed through the errors they will all be fixed. Please understand this, and make sure you research the data yourself before you accept it as fact.
      Repository:
        Name: WorldConnect at Rootsweb.Com -- MyFamily.Com, Inc.
        Attn: RootsWeb.Com HelpDesk
        360 W 4800 N
        Provo, UT 84604 USA
    5. Abbrev: Jo Thiessen <jogt@aol.com
      Title: Jo Thiessen <jogt@aol.com
    6. Abbrev: Noah Family by Larry Noah at http://www.trailerpark.com/tango/lrnoah.
      Title: Noah Family by Larry Noah at http://www.trailerpark.com/tango/lrnoah.
      Source Media Type: Book
      Repository:
        Name: Not Given
    7. Abbrev: Internet, USGENWEB Project, North Carolina Genealogy, Alamance County
      Title: Internet, USGENWEB Project, North Carolina Genealogy, Alamance County
    8. Abbrev: Johannes Albrecht Family Workshop, <www.cei.net/~halvis/albr_fam.htm>
      Title: Johannes Albrecht Family Workshop, <www.cei.net/~halvis/albr_fam.htm>
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