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Source: The Peffley, Peffly, Pefley Families in America, A historical and genealogical record of the Peffley, Peffly and Pefley families from 1729-1938; Published in 1938, By May Miller Frost and Clarence Earl Frost Call Number: R929.2 P375

# 1398--ANNA PEFLEY (dau. of No. 1324) married at Ladoga, Nov. 12th, 1863, REV. WILLIAM ROWLAND HARSHBARGER, born Nov. 10th, 1839, died Sept. 14th, 1922 at Ladoga. Both are buried in the Church of the Brethren (Bethel) Cemetery, north of Ladoga. Rev. William was pastor of Bethel, Church of the Brethren, Ladoga.

Issue: All born at Ladoga.

1--EMMA HARSHBARGER, b. 11-18-1864.

2--EFFIE LILLIAN HARSHBARGER, b. 4-23-1868, d. 9-1-1927, Fruita, Colo.

3--DANIEL WILFORD HARSHBARGER, b. 9-5-1870, d. 9-26-1934.

4--HENRY HARSHBARGER, b. 7-24-1873, d. 3-7- 1876.

5--JOHN A. HARSHBARGER, b. 4-21-1877.

6--FRANK HARSHBARGER, b. 7-14-1879. Anna Pefley Harshbarger

Source: Crawfordsville Journal and Review (IN), Tuesday, 27 June 1933 Anna Pefley Harshbarger

Submitter: Brooke Mercedes Date: 15 Jul 2001 9:34 PM GMT Surnames: Pefley, Harshbarger, Keim, Hauser, Foxworthy, Harrison, Radford Obituary Harshbarger Rites Are Held at Ladoga -- Ladoga, June 26---Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Harshbarger were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at he Ladoga Brethren church. Rev. D. L. Miller had charge of the services assisted by Rev. Ray Keim of North Manchester. The pall bearers were Ray Keim, Stanley Hauser; Harold Harshbarger, Albert Harshbarger, John Foxworthy and Henry Harrison. Flower bearers were Anna Harshbarger, Mrs. Harold Harshbarger, Ms. Stanley Hause, Mrs. Ray Keim, Mrs. Albert Harshbarger, Mrs. John Foxworthy and Mrs. Lodell Radford. Burial was made in the Cemetery adjoining the church.

Source: Crawfordsville Journal & Review (IN), Friday, 23 June 1933

Ladoga, June 23-- Mrs. Anna Peffley (sic) Harshbarger, 89, one of the oldest and best known residents of this community, died at the home of her son, Frank, west of here, Friday morning at 4:30 o'clock. Mrs. Harshbarger had been in declining health for many months but the immediate cause of her death was injuries she received in a fall on June 13 when she fractured her hip. The deceased was born on the old Peffley (sic) homestead, five miles northeast of Ladoga, the daughter of John B. and Sally Mangus Peffley (sic). She was a member of a family of eight children, only one of whom survives. She was married Nov. 12, 1865, to William R. Harshbarger, whose death occurred in September 1922. Mrs. Harshbarger had been a faithful member of the Ladoga Brethren Church for many years. The survivors include one daughter, Mrs. H. H. Keim, of Nampa, Ida, three sons, Wilford, Frank, and John Harshbarger, all of near Ladoga; eighteen grandchildren and twenty-two great-grandchildren, and one brother, George Peffley (sic), of Parsons, Kas. A son and daughter preceded her in death. The funeral services will be held at the Ladoga Brethren church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in the church cemetery.


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