Another name for Catharine was Catharine.4
Noted events in her life were:
1. Tax List: 1788-1789, Berkeley County, (West) Virginia. 2
1 Marriage Record of the German Reformed Church, 1748-1802, Pennsylvania Archives, Second Series, Volume 8. These records were taken from Clarence M. Busch, Record of Pennsylvania Marriages, Prior to 1810, Volume I (1895). They are on-line at http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/1pa/paarchivesseries/series2/vol8/pass818.html. Another on-line source for the Baur/Ries marriage is http://www-personal.umich.edu/~dawnbare/Bare_PAbyCo.txt (this is a collection of research notes and you will need to do a search for the Baur/Ries marriage). The latter source included the country of origin. This information has been confirmed by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, which reviewed the original record.
2 Personal Property Tax, 1783-1789, Berkeley County, West Virginia, FHL Film No. 2,024,478.
3 Family Records of Susan Davis Dixon. Susan descends from Henry Bower, Sr. of Berkeley County, (West) Virgina, through his son, Henry Bowers Jr. Her substantial Bowers research is featured at the Lively Roots website maintained by Gerald Lively, beginning with Henry Sr. at http://www.livelyroots.com/gerald/9911.htm, and continuing, at least for her line, to the present generation of descendants. Susan's e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
4 Marriage Record of the German Reformed Church, 1748-1802, Pennsylvania Archives, Second Series, Volume 8.
5 Family Records of Susan Davis Dixon.
Probate Loose Papers, A-C, Berkeley County, West Virginia, FHL Film No. 1,844,904, Items 204-206 of B papers.