Adam Bucher
(1767-1847)
Elizabeth
(Abt 1765-1859)
John Bucher
(1806-1862)
Anna Rebecca Leas
(1810-1887)
Adam Bucher
(1834-1915)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Rachel Elizabeth Davis

Adam Bucher 1 3 4 5

  • Born: 24 Oct 1834, , , Pennsylvania, USA 1 2 5
  • Marriage (1): Rachel Elizabeth Davis on 16 Nov 1865 1 2
  • Died: 17 Feb 1915, , , Nebraska, USA at age 80
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bullet  General Notes:

1. Census, 1860, Tuscarora Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA. 4 John Bucher, age 52, laborer, is living with wife Rebecca, 50; Anna E., 26; Adam, 24; twins Joseph L., 23, and George L., 23; May C., 20; Sarah R., 16; and Eliza A. 13. John's has no real estate of value and his possessions are worth $150. Everyone was born in Pennsylvania. The post office is Newport.

2. Military Service: in the Civil War, 1864. 5 From the "History of Perry County, Pennsylvania" on pages 574-576:

One-Year Service - 208th Regiment, Companies E,F,G and I.

The 208th Regiment included four companies, E, F, G, and I of Perry Countians. It was organized at Camp Curtin, September 12, '64, and left Harrisburg the next day. It was assigned to the Army of the Potomac and during the winter was under fire at various times. After the Confederates captured Fort Steadman this regiment was engaged with the Federal troops in its recovery, losing forty-two killed and wounded, and taking 300 prisoners. It was engaged in the final assault on Petersburg.

Company G
Privates:
Bucher, Adam, Tuscarora.

3. Census, 1880, Olive Precinct, Saline County, Nebraska, USA. 3 Adam Bucher, farmer, 45, was living with wife Rachel E., 35; Bertha R., 11; Thurstan, 9; and son Deo, 4. The parents and their parents were born in Pennsylvania. Bertha was born in Iowa, and Thurstan and Deo in Nebraska.

4. Census, 1910, Olive Precinct, Saline County, Nebraska, USA. 1 Adam Bucher, 75, real estate agent, was married for 44 years to wife Rachel E., 65. She had birthed 8 children, 6 still alive in 1910. With them in 1910 was daughter Dairy A., 22, single. Adam, Rachel, and her parents were born in Pennsylvania. Adam's parents were born in Germany. Dairy was born in Nebraska.

On the same census page is Thurston E. Bucher, mail carrier, 38, married for 15 years to Mary E., 36. She had birthed 2 children, 1 still alive in 1910: son Glen I., 10. Thurston and Glen were born in Nebraska. Thurstons parents were from Pennsylvania. Mary was born in Iowa of a father from England and mother from Ohio.

5. Alt. Death, 1 Feb 1915, , , Nebraska, USA. 2

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Census, 1860, Tuscarora Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA. 6 John Bucher, age 52, laborer, is living with wife Rebecca, 50; Anna E., 26; Adam, 24; twins Joseph L., 23, and George L., 23; May C., 20; Sarah R., 16; and Eliza A. 13. John's has no real estate of value and his possessions are worth $150. Everyone was born in Pennsylvania. The post office is Newport.

in the Civil War: in the Civil War, 1864. 7 From the "History of Perry County, Pennsylvania" on pages 574-576:

One-Year Service - 208th Regiment, Companies E,F,G and I.

The 208th Regiment included four companies, E, F, G, and I of Perry Countians. It was organized at Camp Curtin, September 12, '64, and left Harrisburg the next day. It was assigned to the Army of the Potomac and during the winter was under fire at various times. After the Confederates captured Fort Steadman this regiment was engaged with the Federal troops in its recovery, losing forty-two killed and wounded, and taking 300 prisoners. It was engaged in the final assault on Petersburg.

Company G
Privates:
Bucher, Adam, Tuscarora.

Census, 1880, Olive Precinct, Saline County, Nebraska, USA. 5 Adam Bucher, farmer, 45, was living with wife Rachel E., 35; Bertha R., 11; Thurstan, 9; and son Deo, 4. The parents and their parents were born in Pennsylvania. Bertha was born in Iowa, and Thurstan and Deo in Nebraska.

Census, 1910, Olive Precinct, Saline County, Nebraska, USA. 1 Adam Bucher, 75, real estate agent, was married for 44 years to wife Rachel E., 65. She had birthed 8 children, 6 still alive in 1910. With them in 1910 was daughter Dairy A., 22, single. Adam, Rachel, and her parents were born in Pennsylvania. Adam's parents were born in Germany. Dairy was born in Nebraska.

On the same census page is Thurston E. Bucher, mail carrier, 38, married for 15 years to Mary E., 36. She had birthed 2 children, 1 still alive in 1910: son Glen I., 10. Thurston and Glen were born in Nebraska. Thurstons parents were from Pennsylvania. Mary was born in Iowa of a father from England and mother from Ohio.

Alt. Death, 1 Feb 1915, , , Nebraska, USA. 2


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Adam married Rachel Elizabeth Davis on 16 Nov 1865.1 2 (Rachel Elizabeth Davis was born about 1845 in Pennsylvania, USA.)


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Sources


1 1910 United States Census, Nebraska, Saline County, Olive Precinct, Series: T624 Roll: 854 Page: 128.

2 Leas, Fay W, Leas genealogy (Waterloo, Ind.?: unknown, 1950, 168 pgs.), Page 89.

3 David A. Leas.

4 Beacher, Jonathan S, Beacher Tree at http://www.siteservers.net/family (<a href="http://www.siteservers.net/family">View The Original Source of This Information</a>
<br><a href="http://www.siteservers.net/family/bucherdna.htm">Prove Your Relationship with a Y-DNA Genealogy Test</a>).

5 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Census (Copyright (c) 2000, 2002 FamilySearch (TM) Internet Genealogy Service, May 17, 2004), Nebraska, Saline County, Olive Precinct, Family History Library Film 1254755, NA Film Number T9-0755, Page 141C.

6 1860 United States Census, PA, Perry County, Tuscarora Township, Series: M653 Roll: 1150 Page: 852.

7 Hain, Harry Harrison, History of Perry County, Pennsylvania : including descriptions of Indian and pioneer life from the time of earliest settlement, sketches of its noted men and women and many professional men (Harrisburg, Pa.: Hain-Moore Co., 1929, 1087 pgs.), Page 576.


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