Anne Mary <I>Clemens</I> Berge

Anne Mary Clemens Berge

Birth
Pennsylvania, USA
Death
1789 (aged 79–80)
Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Harleysville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
Memorial ID
8692214 View Source

Husband's Name Variation:
Johannes Hans Buergey
Suggested by: Utah Quilter in D.U.P # 48206502

Notes:
1) From "Barkey online tree text - Mary Clemens" posted to Ancestry.com 28 Jun 2020.
Contributor: Carol Bishop Flaherty (50275705):
"John and Mary Bergey's graves were marked with fieldstones until July 1907, when a granite monument was erected on the spot by the Bergey family association, and unveiled with appropriate ceremony September 27, 1907."

2) Though widely recognized as the daughter of Anna / Anneli Reiff and Gerhart / Gerhard Clemens, there is no definite proof as to Mary's surname.

The Bergey family history list her as daughter of Gerhard Clemens but there seems to be no indication of this in the Clemens history.

She is not listed on the Clemens Memorial stone at the Salford Cemetery nor is a daughter listed on the emigration lists:
"A list of all the poor Germans lately come over from the Palatinate to this Kingdom taken in St. Catherine's the sixth May 1709".
Mennonite Arrivals at London 6 May 1709:
Gerhard Clemens, b. 1681, Dittelsheim, Germany, linen weaver, age 28 and wife and two sons, ages 5 and 1½ years.

She was the wife of John (Hans) Ulrich Bergey, and the mother of John, Michael, Isaac, Samuel, Mary, Anna Maria, Elizabeth, Christian, Abraham, Anna, Fronica & Salome.

Husband's Name Variation:
Johannes Hans Buergey
Suggested by: Utah Quilter in D.U.P # 48206502

Notes:
1) From "Barkey online tree text - Mary Clemens" posted to Ancestry.com 28 Jun 2020.
Contributor: Carol Bishop Flaherty (50275705):
"John and Mary Bergey's graves were marked with fieldstones until July 1907, when a granite monument was erected on the spot by the Bergey family association, and unveiled with appropriate ceremony September 27, 1907."

2) Though widely recognized as the daughter of Anna / Anneli Reiff and Gerhart / Gerhard Clemens, there is no definite proof as to Mary's surname.

The Bergey family history list her as daughter of Gerhard Clemens but there seems to be no indication of this in the Clemens history.

She is not listed on the Clemens Memorial stone at the Salford Cemetery nor is a daughter listed on the emigration lists:
"A list of all the poor Germans lately come over from the Palatinate to this Kingdom taken in St. Catherine's the sixth May 1709".
Mennonite Arrivals at London 6 May 1709:
Gerhard Clemens, b. 1681, Dittelsheim, Germany, linen weaver, age 28 and wife and two sons, ages 5 and 1½ years.

She was the wife of John (Hans) Ulrich Bergey, and the mother of John, Michael, Isaac, Samuel, Mary, Anna Maria, Elizabeth, Christian, Abraham, Anna, Fronica & Salome.


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John Ulrich Berge & Anne Mary Berge.


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