|Birth: ||Mar. 29, 1725, Germany|
|Death: ||Jun. 9, 1791|
All Baughers in the United States are decendents of Johannius Georgius Bager and Anna Elizabeth Schwab. They were married in Giessen, Darmstadt, Germany in 1748 and sailed to America on a ship called the "Rawley" in 1752. The "u" and "h" were added to the Bager name upon arrival in North America; most likely by immigration officials at the Port of Philadelphia. Johannius was born in Niederlinxweiler, Nassau-Saabruecken, Germany. Johannius and Anna eventually settled in Berwick Township, PA.
Johannas Georgius was survived by 13 children (including John Jacob) and numerous grandchildren.
Anna Elizabeth Schwab Baugher (1728 - 1790)
John George William Baugher (1750 - 1798)*
John Christian Frederick Baugher (1754 - 1831)*
John Jacob Baugher (1760 - 1832)*
Anna Elizabeth Young Baugher (1768 - 1850)*
Christiana Baugher Tome (1786 - 1836)*
Saint John's Lutheran Cemetery
Created by: Frederick E. Baugher
Record added: Jan 21, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5148281
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5th ggrandfather, next weekend I will visit the site of your NYC church, the Old Swamp Church. Ive seen a drawimg of it but its probably long gone. I think of you & ggrandmother Anna often, esp now that know you lived in my town. So cool! 1763-1767 Willia...(Read more)|
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JARROTT P. COX
Added: Oct. 30, 2014
RIP 7th GGrandfather|
Added: Oct. 14, 2014
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