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The Bergmann-Barrickman families of West Virginia, especially descendants of John and Barbara Pickenpaugh Barrickman

by Henderson L. Adams ; with some early West Virginia material by June B. Barekman
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English
Fort Walton Beach, Florida : H.L. Adams, 1987
x, 226 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

Notes

Bibliography: p. v.

Includes index.

"Permission to reproduce any portion of this book is granted" verso of title page.

Corrections tipped in after p. 85.

John Barrickman (1775-1851) was born in Pennsylvania. He married Barbara Pickenpaugh, and they lived in Monongalia County, Virginia (now West Virginia). Descendants lived in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and elsewhere. Ancestors came to America from Germany beginning in the 1730s. Surname is also given as Barickman, Barrackman, and Bergmann.

Includes Henderson, Pickenpaugh, Peckinpaugh, Riggs, Wince and related families.

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