Eva Flickener
(1812-1865)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Levi Beecher

Eva Flickener 1 2

  • Born: 19 Oct 1812, , , PA 3 4 5 6
  • Marriage (1): Levi Beecher
  • Died: 22 Nov 1865, , Carroll, MD at age 53 3 4 5 6
  • Buried: Manchester: Bethel Church (United Brethren in Christ), Carroll, MD 6

   Another name for Eva was Eve Flickener.3 4 5 7

  Noted events in her life were:

1. Census in 1850 in Manheim Twp., York, PA. 7 In the 1850 Census on the same page in Manheim Township are two families whose children later marry: Elias Beecher married Ann Mary Snyder, and William Lewis Snyder married Mary Elizabeth Beecher.

In the household of Daniel Snyder, age 40, brickmaster, is his wife Elizabeth, 36; Edward, 16; Sophia, 14; Susana, 13; Levi, 12; Ann M. 11; William, 9; Daniel, 7; John, 6; and Francis, 2. Everyone is born in Pennsylvania except Daniel in Maryland.

In the houseold of Levi Beecher, age 37, farmer, is his wife Eve, 37; Elias, 9; Noah, 4. Also in the home is a David Geiger, 15. Levi has no real estate because he is living on land owned by his neighbor, his father, John Beecher, 70; his mother, Ann, 66; and their daughter Susan, 31, as well as a Mary Fisher, age 15. John's real estate is valued at $4,000.

2. Census in 1860 in Manchester District, Carroll, MD. 8 Levi Bercher [indexed in this census as Bercher or Bucher], 47, horse doctor, was living with Eve, 49; Noah, 14; Mary, 10; and William, 4. Everyone was born in Maryland except Levi in Pennsylvania. His real estate was worth $1500 and personal estate $200. The post office was Manchester Town.

3. United Brethren in Christ, Paradise MIssion members: John Beecher, Anna Beecher, Levi Beecher, Eve Beecher, Susan Beecher in 1860 in West Manheim Township: Paradise United Brethren in Christ, York, PA, USA. 9

4. Book: Levi Beecher and wife are mentioned in the History of Western Maryland on page 886:, 1882. 10
The erection of the Manchester Bethel church (United Brethren in Christ) was begun in 1870, and was completed in the same year. The building is a handsome brick structure. It was dedicated on Sunday, Jan. 1, 1871. At its dedication Bishop J. Weaver, of Baltimore, was present, and preached morning and night to a large congregation. Rev. John Shaeffer, of Baltimore, preached in the afternoon in the German language. The spire is forty feet above the roof, and presents a fine appearance. The first pastor, under whose auspices the building was erected, was Rev. Mr. Hutchinson ; the next one, Rev. J. B. Jones ; and the present incumbent. Rev. Mr. Quigly, who took charge in 1881. In the rear of the church is a neat graveyard, in which are buried:

Mary M. Baring, born July 25, 1752, died Jan. 29, 1830 ; and her husband, Ezekiel, who died March 30, 1838, aged 87.

Rev. Ezekiel Baring, born Jan. 16, 17S0, died Feb. 14, 1861.

John Baring, died Pec. 17, 1869, aged 85.

Violet Baring, wife of Jacob Swartzbaugh, born Jan. 17, 1796, died March 2. 1857.

Margaret A. Stultz, born April 1, 1780, died April 23, 1861.

Elizabeth, wife of John Young, died Nov. 18, 1873, aged 76.

Catherine Lynerd, died Nov. 5, 1873, aged 73.

Martha Burkett, died July 17, 1866, aged 83.

Levi Beecher, died Oct. 11, 1866, aged 52; and his wife, Eve, Nov. 22, 1865, aged 53.

This church organization had a log church prior to 1879, on the same lot where the brick building now stands. Its trustees in 1857 were Samuel Dehofif, Joseph H. Little, Jacob W. Baring, Amos Williams, and Henry W. Steffy.


Eva married Levi Beecher, son of John Beecher and Anna Range. (Levi Beecher was born on 9 Aug 1814 in , , PA,3 4 5 7 11 died on 11 Oct 1866 in , Carroll, MD 3 4 5 11 and was buried in Manchester: Bethel Church (United Brethren in Christ), Carroll, MD 11.)


Sources


1 <i>Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958</i> (www.familysearch.org), https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XD8H-HTX marriage of Noah M. Beecher and Emily J. Byrley, 11 Sep 1909.

2 <i>Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958</i> (www.familysearch.org), https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XD8H-HTF Eva Flickener in entry for Noah M. Beecher and Emily J. Byrley, 11 Sep 1909.

3 Weiser, Frederick Sheely, <i>Records of marriages and burials in the Monocacy Church in Frederick County, Maryland, and in the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in the city of Frederick, Maryland, 1743-1811</i> (National Genealogical Society, 1972. Pages: ix, 183 p.), Page 151.

4 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, International Genealogical Index (R) (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002, data as of December 14, 2005), Batch #: M507701, Sheet #: 00, Source Call #: 0013933 IT 1, Printout Call #: 1205780, Dates: 1743 - 1786.

5 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, International Genealogical Index (R) (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002, data as of December 14, 2005), Batch #: M507701, Sheet #: 00, Source Call #: 0013934, Printout Call #: NONE, Dates: 1811 - 1885.

6 <i>Find A Grave</i>, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=46978004.

7 <i>1850 United States Census</i>, Pennsylvania, York County, Manheim Township, Series: M432 Roll: 839 Page: 328.

8 <i>1860 United States Census</i>, Maryland, Carroll County, Manchester P O, Series: M653 Roll: 471 Page: 876.

9 Ancestry.com, <i>Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013</i>, Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 306. PA > York > West Manheim Townshp > Paradise Mission. United Brethren in Christ. Online image 12.

10 Scharf, J. Thomas, <i>History of Western Maryland; being a history of Frederick, Montgomery, Carroll, Washington, Allegany, and Garrett Counties from the earliest period to the present day; including biographical sketches of their representative men</i> (Regional Pub. Co., 1968. Reprint of the 1882 ed. 2 volumes (1560 p.)), Page 886.

11 <i>Find A Grave</i>, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=46978020.



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