Bernard Aloysius 'Barney' Barthle

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Bernard Aloysius 'Barney' Barthle

Also Known As: "Bernard Aloysius Barthle", "Bernard Aloysius 'Barney' Barthle", "Bernard Barthle"
Birthplace: Waldstetten, Gmund, Wurttemberg, Germany
Death: July 01, 1900 (70)
St. Joseph, Pasco County, Florida, United States
Place of Burial: Dade City, Pasco County, Florida, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Andrew Andreas Barthle Sr; Andreas "Andrew" Barthle, Sr.; Ana Mair; Maria Anna Maier Barthle and Anna Maria Barthle
Husband of Agnes Barthle
Father of Agnes Buttweiler; Mary Elizabeth (Lizzie) Barthle; Anna Frances Barthle; John Bernard Barthle; Frank Barthle and 6 others
Brother of Andreas Peter Barthle, Jr; Charles B. Karl Barthle; Franziska Barthle; Mary Barthle; Andrew P Barthle Jr and 6 others
Half brother of Charles B. Karl Barthle and Franziska Barthle

Occupation: Teacher, Postmaster
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About Bernard Aloysius 'Barney' Barthle

Bernard A. Barthle was born 27 Jan 1830 in Waldstetten, Jagstkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany to Andrew and Ann (Maier) Barthle.

Bernard, Andrew's older half-brother, came to Florida from Minnesota and arrived by train in Wildwood on June 17, 1883. With him were his wife, Agnes, and their family of eight children. They then came by oxen and wagon to St. Joseph.

They established the first permanent home of the St. Joseph community. The forty acre site where they settled is located on what is now County Road 578, just west of Scharber Road.

Bernard was the first school teacher at St. Joseph and also the postmaster. Bernard's youngest son, John B. Barthle, inherited his father's land when he died in 1900. John maintained the original Barthle homestead until his death in 1964.

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Bernard Aloysius 'Barney' Barthle's Timeline

January 27, 1830
Waldstetten, Gmund, Wurttemberg, Germany
January 27, 1830
Katholisch, Waldstetten, Jagstkreis, Wuerttemberg
June 9, 1861
March 28, 1863
January 22, 1865
Port Clinton, Ottawa County, Ohio, United States
January 22, 1865
February 3, 1867
May 28, 1869
July 10, 1871
Melrose MN