Ascher/Roush

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Ascher/Roush - a setting Relations Eve Breon, wife of Michael...
a setting Relations Eve Breon, wife of Michael was the youngest of six children George Breon and his wife, Elizabeth Elizabeth Hlneley Breon. of Mlddlecreek township, Snyder county, Pa. Breon was born in 1757 in township, Berks county. Pa, being the son of Jacob and Maria Breon. George Breon enlisted as a private in Col. Samuel Miles' Rifle Regiment Regiment for a short time service, enlisting enlisting later that same year In Lewis Farmers' company of the Pennsylvania Regiment of Riflemen, Riflemen, commanded by Col. David Brodhead. Played Drum and Fife George Breon was a drummer also played the fife. It was told him that on one occasion he his life by using his drum as a preserver, when the regiment was fording a deep river. George Breon and his wife are buried in Snyder county, near the town of New Berlin. Pa. Descendents of Michael and Eve Breon Roush, living in this vicinity, are: Mrs. Mary Etta Bordner Beloit, Wls.. Dr. John A. Ascher. John S. Ascher, Freeport, Miss Lucy M. Roush. Miss Jessie E. Roush. Chicago. Leonard S. Ruston, Clinton. Wis, Mrs. Cora Shank Snyder and Mrs. Florence Shank Busslau. of Lena, HI.

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 04 Oct 1938, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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