Served in WAAC – Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps 11/23/1942 – 9/1/1943 – which became WAC – Women’s Army Corps 9/1/1943 – 8/11/1945. Received WAAC Service Ribbon and Good Conduct Ribbon – obtained rank of Tech 4 – 1473rd SCU (Service Command Unit) – worked in motor pool as dispatcher and driver – was part of 45th WAC Battalion. Army Serial # A306237 http://www.adambarner.family/tng/getperson.php?personID=I14059&tree=adam1
(The last will and testament of George Barner, son of Adam Barner. George was married to Anna Maria “Mary” Dups. They had 12 children.) Will of George Barner of Liverpool Township In the name of God Amen, I George Barner … Continue reading →
In Memory ofAdam Barner, I A Pioneer settler in Perry County Territory and a Soldier in the Revolutionary WarMigrated from Switzerland in 1758, Locating between Philadelphia and Lancaster.In 1767, he settled on the farm on which Barner’s Church is now … Continue reading →
Maggie Cox’ husband, Elmer Ellsworth Barner, executed for murder Elmer E Barner born: 13 June 1865 Susquehanna, Juniata, Pennsylvania died: 23 July 1901 Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania Elmer E Barner was hanged in the jail yard at Harrisburg at 10:10 o’clock … Continue reading →
For those that will be able to attend the reunion on the 15th, please feel free to bring pictures, documents, bibles, family artifacts, and most importantly, stories. At the reunion, we hope to be able to give you a demo … Continue reading →
Mark the date!
The 2019 Adam Barner Family Reunion will be held on Saturday, June 15th from 9:30 AM until roughly 3:30 PM at Barner’s Church in Liverpool, Pennsylvania.
Welcome to the Adam Barner Family website.
This website expands our ability to both view the genealogy file, but also collaborate and communicate with each other about pretty much anything. Have an interesting family story that you would like to share? This is the place to do that. Please take a few minutes to look around. The site consists of the blog (where you are now) and the genealogy file. The genealogy file uses an application called TNG, which is similar to Family Tree Maker, Legacy, or Roots Magic, but is made specifically for website use.
More content will be added as this site matures so please check back often. The genealogy file is updated on a regular basis and we would invite you to request a User Account. With a User Account you will be able to see additional detail on living individuals. Instructions for requesting a User Account are included on the TNG Forum.