Saturday, June 04, 2011

Surname Saturday: Rinehart

The RINEHART surname is in Eileen's maternal line.  The origins of the surname are Swiss.  Spelling variations of the surname include: Reinhart, Reinhard, etc.




Stories and history:


Ahentafel # 57 : Margaret Rinehart (1822-1895).  Margaret was born July 6, 1822 in Henry County, Indiana.  She married January 31, 1841 in Henry County, Indiana to Solomon Lewis (1820-1895).  Solomon was born January 9, 1820 in Montgomery County, Ohio.  They raised 7 children in Wayne and Huntington Counties, Indiana.  Solomon died December 18, 1895 in Lancaster, Huntington County, Indiana.  Margaret died October 28, 1895 in Lancaster, Huntington County, Indiana. 


Ahnentafel # 114: Jacob Rinehart (1796-1847).  Jacob was December 9, 1796 in Virginia.  He married January 29, 1821 in Preble County, Ohio to Mary "Polly" Adney (1800-1877).  Mary was born December 6, 1800.  They had 3 children.  Mary died December 7, 1877 in Henry County, Indiana.  Jacob died August 4, 1847 in Henry County, Indiana.  Both are buried in the Chicago Corner Cemetery, Henry County, Indiana.


Ahnentafel # 228: Peter Rinehart (1764-1850).  Peter was born in 1764 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.  He married Margaret Minga (1772-1855).  Margaret was born January 25, 1772 in Pennsylvania.  They raised 9 children in Botetourt County, Virginia and Preble County, Ohio.  Margaret died October 5, 1855 in Chester Township, Wabash County, Indiana.  Peter died October 4, 1850 in Preble County, Ohio.


Ahnentafel # 456: Ulrich Rinehart (1745-1828).  Ulrich was born 1745 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.  He married Margaret ________.  They had at least one son.  Ulrich died 1828 in Preble County, Ohio.


Ahnentafel # 912: Ulrich Rinehart (1704-1787).  Ulrich was born August 12, 1704 in Sumiswald, Canton Bern Switzerland.  He married Barbara Sauer (c1710-bet1743-7).  Barbara was born circa 1710 in Barlenburg.  They had at least one son.  Barbara died between 1743 and 1747 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.  Ulrich died February 12, 1787.


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