|Birth: ||Sep. 12, 1751, Germany|
|Death: ||Dec. 25, 1827|
From the History of Lycoming County Pennsylvania edited by John F. Meginness; ©1892, we note the following:
The name of Beeber is frequently met with in the records of Old Immanuel Lutheran Church , and is appended to the constitution. Brothers John, Nicholas, and Adam Beeber are mentioned, all of whom were soldiers in the Revolution and took part in many battles. At the close of the war Nicholas settled in what is now Wolf township, on the farm now belonging to the heirs of the late John Beeber.
Old Immanuel Lutheran Church ( located at 2633 Lime Bluff Road, Muncy Creek Twp, Muncy, PA ) is one of the oldest and most historic in the county. Its centennial was commemorated, July 23, 1891, and a historical address was delivered by Rev. J. M. Steck. He says that Henry Shumaker donated the land upon which the first church was erected. It originally consisted of thirteen acres, and the deed conveying the land to Immanuel's Lutheran church was executed, April 5, 1791. The erection of the church edifice was commenced at once. It was constructed of logs and afterwards weather boarded. The exact time of its dedication is unknown. It was a large structure for that time, being nearly as large as the edifice that followed, and that, it is said, seated about 600 persons. There were galleries on three sides of the building, and a "stem glass pulpit" on the other side, with a "sounding board" above it. When the second church was built the pulpit was taken away to do service in another church. The. pews were high backed, about as high as the heads of the worshipers seated on them. The building was in every way worthy of the times, and the means possessed to erect it. The first church edifice was entirely Lutheran, though it was generously opened for service to other denominations. Among the latter were the Episcopalians and German Reformed, who effected organizations in it. For a long time it was the only church located in the lower end of the county, and as far as can be learned, the first church in the bounds of Lycoming county.
Valentine Bieber (1725 - 1782)
Anna Catharina Juncker Bieber (1728 - 1762)
Elizabeth Dimner Bieber (1750 - 1844)*
Valentine Beeber (1791 - 1874)*
John Bieber (1795 - 1863)*
Nicholas Bieber (1751 - 1827)
Adam Bieber (1754 - 1842)*
Johannes Beeber (1761 - 1846)*
In Memory of Nicholas Bieber who was born Sept the 12th 1751 who departed this life Dec the 26th 1827 aged 76 years 3 months and 14 days
Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.
Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
Created by: Rodger
Record added: Sep 22, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 42257682
His great great great grandaughter.|
June Bieber Grube
Added: Jun. 12, 2015
DAR Patriot Number A008247|
Added: Feb. 19, 2014
Johann Nicolaus Bieber our Generation 8 Uncle. Born September 12, 1751 to Valentine Bieber and Anna Catharina Juncker in Hirschland, Alsace, Germany. Married Elizabeth Dimner. First lived in Berks County. Served in The Revolutionary War. In Captain S...(Read more)|
Dianne and Storres
Added: Feb. 18, 2014
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