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1826 Peter Winebrenner was born on October 6, in Liberty, Montgomery County, Ohio. [1] [2]

1837 Peter Winebrenner moved to Noble County, Indiana. [3] [4]

1843 Peter Winebrenner was a member of the Christian Church when it was first organized in Noble County, Indiana. [5]

1849 Peter Winebrenner, son of David Winebrenner and Barbara Becker, and Mary Kitt were married on January 21, in Noble County, Indiana. [6] [7]

1850 Peter Winebramer (age 23, born in Ohio) lived in Noble, Noble County, Indiana with Mary Winebramer (age 20). [8]

1857 Peter Winebrenner entered the ministry. [9]

1858 Mary Kitt Winebrenner died on January 27. [10]

1858 Peter Winebrenner and Sarah Weade were married in October, in Noble County, Indiana. Peter Winebrenner, son of David Winebrenner and Barbara Becker, was born on October 6, 1826. [11] [12]

1859 John Weade and Eliza Winebrenner were married on September 16, in Noble County, Indiana. Peter Winebrenner C.M. [Christian Minister?] signed the marriage license. [13]

1860 Peter Winebrenner (age 34, born in Ohio) lived in Noble, Noble County, Indiana, at post office Wolflake, with Bar Winebrenner (age 54), Sarah Winebrenner (age 26), Amanda Winebrenner (age 15), Rachel Winebrenner (age 9), Barbara Winebrenner (age 7), Franklin Winebrenner (age 4), Elizabeth Sanford (age 75), and Jackson Rider (age 10). [14]

1867 Christian Stoner and Rachel A Winebrenner were married on August 29, in Noble County, Indiana. Eld. Peter Winebrenner signed the marriage license. [15]

1869 Jasper Ohlwine and Barbara E Winebrenner were married on February 27, in Noble County, Indiana. Elder Peter Winebrenner signed the marriage license. [16]

1870 Peter Winebrenner (age 44, born Ohio), preacher, and Sarah J Winebrenner (age 34) lived in Noble Twp, Noble County, Indiana with children Samuel (age 10) and Mary (age 8 months in August). Bar Winebrenner (age 64, living with son) and Franklin Winebrenner (age 14, living with uncle) lived with them. [17]

1880 Peter Winebrenner (age 50, born in Ohio), married, self (head), Farmer, lived in Noble, Noble County, Indiana (father born in Pennsylvania and mother born in Pennsylvania) with Sarah J. Winebrenner (age 46), Salmon Winebrenner (age 19), Mary Winebrenner (age 10), and Martha J. Winebrenner (age 7). John and Nancy Riber [Rivir] were listed nearby. [18]

1904 Rev Peter Winebrenner, married, son of David Winebrenner and Barbara Winebrenner, spouse of Pater Winebrenner, died, at age 77 on August 14, 1904, in Warren Twp, Huntington County, Indiana. Rev Peter Winebrenner was born on October 6, 1826, in Liberty Ohio. [19]

1904 Peter Winebrenner died on Aug. 14, 1904 and was buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam, Noble County, Indiana. Peter Winebrenner was born Oct. 6, 1826. [20]

A biosketch reported [21]:

Rev. Peter Winebrenner of the Christian Church, near Noblesville, Ind., was born in Liberty, Montgomery Co., Ohio, October 6, 1826, and moved into this county in the year 1837. He received a common-school education, and special tutorage from David Sanford, and from Jonathan Elliott. Elder Winebrenner is a self-educated man, having acquired his learning by close application and hard study. He taught until he entered the ministry in 1857. He has mastered the German and Greek languages, and partially mastered the Latin. By invitation, he has preached in the cities of Philadelphia and Brooklyn, also in Canada. He spoke at the dedication of the School of the Prophets, an institution for the education of ministers at Stanfordville, N. Y.; he also preached at the quadrennial conference at Oshawa, Canada West, in 1869. He held a discussion with an Advent preacher by the name of Comstock, at Nelson, Cloud Co., Kan., in 1879. The result was the establishing of a Christian Church at that place. Subjects of discussion, "Resolved, that the Kingdom of heaven is set up on earth." Aflirmed by Winebrenner. "Resolved, that the Scriptures teach that the soul of man is unconscious after death." Afiirmed by Comstock. He visited Iowa to discuss in connection with Elder Abbott, but his opponents abandoned the field, and no discussion was held. He was married to Miss Mary Kitt January 21, 1849; two children were born to them. The wife died January 27, 1858. He was married to his present wife, whose maiden name was Sarah Weade, in October, 1858. Three children from this marriage living at home. Besides the church here, he has had the following charges: Clear Creek, Huntington County; Murray Church, Wells County; Union Church, Whitley County ; Argos Church, Marshall County, and he has preached to three churches besides his own in this county. The fine new church building just completed was dedicated August 21, 1881. Mr. W. has been Secretary of the Conference since 1869.

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See also, [22]


Footnotes:

[1] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, Noble, Biosketch of Rev. Peter Winebrenner, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[2] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, Noble, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[3] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, Noble, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[4] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, Noble, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[5] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 253, [HathiTrust].

[6] C. J. Whan, Noble County, Indiana, Records from the Whan Collection (Web-based: Noble County Public Library), [Noble_County_Library].

[7] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[8] United States Federal Census, 1850, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[9] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[10] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[11] C. J. Whan, Noble County, Indiana, Records from the Whan Collection (Web-based: Noble County Public Library), [Noble_County_Library].

[12] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[13] Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007, [FamilySearchImage], [FamilySearchRecord], [FHLCatalogFilm].

[14] United States Federal Census, 1860, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[15] Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007, [FamilySearchImage], [FamilySearchRecord], [FHLCatalogFilm].

[16] Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007, [FamilySearchImage], [FamilySearchRecord], [FHLCatalogFilm].

[17] US census, 1870, Reel 0347, Image 393, family 72, [InternetArchive].

[18] United States Federal Census, 1880, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[19] Indiana, U.S., Death Certificates, 1899-2011, [Ancestry Image], [Ancestry Record].

[20] Find A Grave Memorial 25511380, [FindAGrave].

[21] Weston Arthur Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard. Counties of Whitley and Noble Indiana Historical and Biographical (Chicago: Battey & Co, 1882), 465, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[22] Eel River Christian Conference, History of the Eel River Christian Conference (1902), 107, [URL].