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The Bedenbaugh-Betenbaugh family : descendants of Johann Michael Bidenbach from Germany to South Carolina, 1752

by Brent H. Holcomb
Books/Monographs
English
Columbia, South Carolina : SCMAR, c1995
vi, 245 p. : facsims., maps, ports.
0913363200

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Includes bibliographical references.

Includes full-name index.

Johann Michael Bidenbach was baptized 15 September 1719 in Sontheim an der Brenz, in the province of Wurttemberg, Germany. He died after 1771 in South Carolina. Adam Bedenbaugh was born ca. 1760 and died 1829 in Newberry District, South Carolina. He married Barabara Wertz, probably about 1781. She died in 1833. John Uriah Beatenbaugh or Ulrich Bidenbach was born ca. 1770 and died 17 September 1835 in Union District, South Carolina.

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