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|Carole M. Chop||Your John Bieble|
Somehow I believe there could be a connection. It seems like all the Biebles did (and the rest of the Germans back in those days) was to name their sons with the father's name, right on down the line. Once upon a time, the name was Bible. When I reload my software on to my new PC, I'll keep your information and see if I can add any more information to the mystery.
|Carole M. Chop||Anna Bieble Drumm|
By the way, Anna Bieble Drumm is also pictured on findagrave.
|Carole M. Chop||John Bieble|
So many John Bieble's in the family. It gets confusing. Katherine Braunschlager was married to John Bieble, my GGG Uncle. They had a son, John Joseph Bieble (my 1C3R), b. 10 Jun 1903 in Rochester, Beaver, PA, and d. Jan. 1984. She is pictured on findagrave.com, along with my Great-Grandmother, Anna Drumm Werthmann. I have an application for U.S. Social Security for John Joseph Bieble, 41 South Balph St., Bellevue, PA. He worked for the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., 420 Lexington Ave., New York, NY. He was 33 years old when he applied for Social Security on Dec. 4, 1936. John Baptist Bieble, 5206 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, PA was born on July 24, 1875 and was 67 when he applied for Social Security on Jan. 19, 1943. He was born in Katsmuhl (? can't read the writing)) Bavaria. His father was John Bieble and his mother was Margaret Brashl. I can't decipher his business address. Looks like Thurug-Albert Instrument C Paula Pulaski, Philadelphia, PA. Anna Bieble Drumm was born in Germany. She is related to John but right now I can't remember how. It's on my other computer, which is broken. She is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Freedom, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. She was married to John Drumm, who was born 1845 and died in 1912. He is also buried in Calvary Cemetery. Thank you for your information. I would be very interested in your research.