Catherine Barbara Sigler was born on 22 Mar 1699 in Nordheim, Heilbronn, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. She passed away before 1800 in Elk, Pocahontas, West Virginia, USA.
22 Mar 1699 in Nordheim. Catharina Barbara is the daughter of Hans Bernhard Sigler and Maria Barbara.
Note in baptism record: America
Katarina Verner (woman over 14), with her husband Hans Adam Verner (man over 16), son Adam Verner (boy under 16), and daughter Katharina Verner (girl under 14) are listed on the passenger list of the "Ship Johnson of London, David Crockat, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Deal, as by Clearance thence".  arriving in Philadelphia on 18 Dep 1732.
01 May 1725 in Massenbach. Johann Adam Werner (son of Georg Werner) with Catharina Barbara (daughter of the deceased baker Johann Martin Sigler from Nordheim).
Research note: the name of Catharina Barbara´s father Johann Martin Sigler is probably a typo. Checked church records of Nordheim and found only records for Hans Bernhard Sigler at that period.
Catherine was born in 1698. She passed away in 1764.
↑ Church book Nordheim, Landeskirchliches Archiv Stuttgart > Dekanat Brackenheim > Nordheim > Mischbuch 1667-1722 Band 2 
↑ Minutes of the [Philadelphia] Provincial Council, printed in the Colonial Records, Vol. III, p. 453.
↑ Church book Massenbach, Landeskirchliches Archiv Stuttgart > Dekanat Brackenheim > Massenbach > Mischbuch 1701-1752 Band 2 
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