Palatine Progeny: The Arey Family of Rowan County, North Carolina and Related Families, 1749-1983
Peter Ihrig immigrated from the Palatinate of Germany to Philadelphia in 1749, and settled in Rowan County, North Carolina; he anglicized his surname to Eary, and most of his children changed the spelling to Arey. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Illinois and else- where. Includes some ancestry and possibly ancestry in Germany.
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Amelia Ann Arey April Arey4 August Benjamin Arey Bethesda Presbyterian Church buried Burton Arey Cabarrus Catawba College census Charles Charlotte Chestnut Hill Cemetery Children 1st marriage Children four Children three Clark daughter David Barringer Davidson College December Deeds died Durham Eary Ellen February Goodman Greensboro Gulledge Hallman Hambley Henry homemaker Iredell County James Jane January John July June Louise Lutheran Church Lutheran Church Cemetery March Margaret Maria married Mary McCauley Michael Milas Arey Mooresville Morgan N.C. Educated N.C. Occupation North Carolina November Oakwood Cemetery October P.O. Box Peter Arey Petter Ihrig Phebe Arey Phillips Presbyterian Church Quantz Raleigh Raynor Robert Rowan County Rufty Ruth Salem Salem College Salisbury Samuel Rothrock School September Sherrill Smith Spartanburg Statesville teacher Tenn Thomas Tobias Brown Troutman U.S. Army U.S. Navy UNC-Chapel Hill Virginia Walker wife William Winston-Salem Womble York