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Johann Elisabeth Colver arrived in 1766, and died in Salem in 1797. William Dixon 1716-1764 and his wife Christiana Orchard Dixon arrived in 1760 from Bethlehem, to be the store keepers. She died in Bethabara in 1815. On October 11th, a company of eight boys, all about 12-13 years old, arrived with five adult men. Other settlement congregations were established in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland. After Hessler died in 1800, she moved back to Salem and became a teacher in the Little Girls School and later a supervisor of the Widows House. The liturgy was led by two Roman Catholic woman priests and attended by 75 people in the cold rain.

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Maria Elisabeth Kraus arrived in 1766, age 14, one of the party of girls who walked from Pennsylvania. The 1760-1765 settlers: Lorenz Bagge Valentine Beck Nathaniel Bibighaus Abraham Bloese Rudolph Christ William and Christiana Orchard Dixon William Edwards Enert Enerson Jacob Ernst Johann Michael Graff Felicitas Grosch Johann Heinrich Herbst Elisabeth Holder Gertraud Jacke, wife of Johann Michael Graff Nathaniel Kaske Adam Koffler John Lanius Maria Leibert Christina Loesch, wife of Jacob van der Merk Juliana Mauersberg, wife of Abraham von Gammern Peter Mücke Johann Matthaeus Matthew Miksch and wife Henrietta Petermann Johannes Miller Ludwig Möller Johannes Nilson Elisabeth Palmer Matthaeus Reitz Peter and Magdalena Born Sehnert Johann August Shubert Peter Stotz Rudolph Straehle Philip Transou, with his wife Magdalena Ganter and three children, Abraham, Philip and Maria Abraham von Gammern Elisabeth Schmid, widow Witke Michael Zigler Heinrich Zillmann Arrivals in 1766-1770 The year 1766 was noteworthy for the arrival of two groups of young people who walked all the way from Pennsylvania to North Carolina. New residents were attracted to Salem from all of the surrounding communities, as well as from Pennsylvania and even Europe. They probably came to Rowan Co. Both died in Salem, in 1775 and 1791 respectively. Rosina Arndt came in 1755 with her husband Christian Künast.

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However, the marriage record for Calvin gives his father's name as Mike F. Samuel Joseph Butner 1838-1907 moved to Platte Co. Maude Callahan ---------- Children of Elias Josiah Butner and Susanna Stoltz Harriet Lucinda Butner 1854-1860 Thaddeus Marion Butner 1860-1937 m. He married Anna Leinbach, and died in Bethania in 1791. Thomas Hofmann was born in 1719 and came to Bethlehem from Marienborn in 1750.

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Calvin Benjamin is not listed with her. The sisters Christina and Elisabeth Dixon arrived from Pennsylvania in 1771. He married Elizabeth Kröhn, daughter of Johann Peter Kröhn. Junius Snowdown Starbuck 1862-1899 Antoinette Felicia Butner 1856-1900 m. Fifth Generation Children of Heinrich Herman Butner and Johanna Salome Strub Amanda Sophia Butner 1817-1868 m.

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Pope 1851-1933 Previously Maria Lucenia Butner 1857-1918 was listed as a child in this family. Johann Matthaeus Matthew Miksch and his wife Henrietta arrived in 1764. The name became Shouse in later generations. Arrivals in 1754 Johannes Lischer had returned to Pennsylvania in 1753, but came back in April of 1754, accompanied by Jacob Friis. He married Anna Johanna Steup. Their journey took 29 and a half days.

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In 1870 he is age 17, living with his uncle Heinrich Herman Butner. A second group of single men arrived on October 26, 1754: Andreas Betz Hans Christian Christensen George Holder Jacob Kapp Johannes Nagel Johannes Ranke George Schmid Jacobus van der Merk 1755, Single Men and Married Couples The year 1755 saw substantial growth in the little Bethabara community, with several parties of new settlers reaching Wachovia, including the first women, who arrived with their husbands on November 4th of that year. Mary Ellen Carlisle 1874-1935 William Evan Butner 1877-1941 m. She died in 1782, and he married the single sister Louise Doll in 1783. The Bethlehem Chapel in Prague, where Hus preached, became a rallying place for the Czech reformation.

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