1850 census for Dayton City, 6th Ward, pg 271 (taken 12 Oct 1850): Daniel Bridenbary?, 24 b. Germany, shoemaker, real estate $650; Elisabeth, 22 b. Germany; Conrad Frishman?, 50 b. Germany, laborer; Jacob Ituler?, 7 b. Germany; Simon Mendall, 15 b. Germany, laborer.
1860 census for Dayton post office, Dayton City, 6th Ward, pg 53 (taken 14 June 1860): Daniel Bridenbaugh, 35 b. Hesse Cassel, shoemaker, real estate $1800 personal property $350; Anna E, 32 b. Hesse Cassel; Elias, 10 b. Oh, attended school within the year; Conrad, 7 b. Oh, in school; Cather, 4 b. Oh; Mary, 2 b. Oh, John W, 4/12 b. Oh.
Centennial Portrait and Biographical Record of The City of Dayton and Montgomery Co, Oh, Conover, 1897, pg 415:
Daniel G. Breidenbach is a native of Germany, and was born July 6, 1826. When twenty years old he determined to seek his fortune in America, and on May 13, 1846, landed at Philadelphia. After remaining two months in that city, he came to Dayton and engaged in the trade of shoemaking, afterward opening a retail shoe store, in which business he continued and was well known for many years. In June 1848, in Dayton, he was married to Miss Anna E. Trieschman, a native of Germany, and to them were born eleven children, as follows: Elias, prominently known in Dayton as the President of the Trades & Labor assembly; Conrad, an organ builder of Piqua, Ohio; Catherine, wife of J. W. Fouts, of Eaton, Ohio; Mary, who married Lawrence Kirschner, and died in March, 1894; J. W., a printer, of Dayton; Emma (Mrs. P. M. Weaver), of Dayton; C. H.; Anna (Mrs. Samuel Monneman), of Dayton, and three who died in infancy. Mr. Breidenbach served his adopted country in the Civil war, enlisting in the One Hundred and Thirty-first Ohio volunteer infantry, for the hundred days' service, and being stationed at Baltimore. Politically he is a democrat, and was a member of the Dayton board of education from 1875 to 1881. He has served as assessor of his ward since 1883, a period of fourteen years. He is a member of the G. A. R. and a charter member of the German Pioneer society. His wife died in 1892. They were both members of the German Evangelical association, with which Mr. Breidenbach is still prominently identified. A host has risen up to bless his latter days, he having twenty-six living grandchildren.
Montgomery Co, Oh Probate Court Marriage Book B-2, pg 261:
2 June 1848, Daniel Braidenbach & Anna Elizabeth Frisman, affidavit filed, married 3 June 1848 by Frederick Freck?, MG
Montgomery Co, Oh Probate Court Affidavits for Marriage License 1839-1845:
Daniel Bridenbaugh, more than 21 years old, no wife living, & Anna Elizabeth Tresman?, more than 18 years old, no husband living, resident of Montgomery Co, Oh; /s/ 2 June 1848 Daniel Lreidanbagh?
Woodland Cemetery Records for Section 67, lot 477:
Daniel G. Bridenbach, d. 14 Oct 1903, buried 16 Oct 1903, b. Germany
Anna E. Breidenbaugh, d. 26 Oct 1892, buried 29 Oct 1892, aged 64y, 10m, b. Germany
William Breidenbach, d. 23 July 1849, buried 18 March 1863, age 0y, 6m, b. Dayton, Oh
Geo. Breidenbach, d. 2 Nov 1882, buried 3 Nov 1882, aged 5y, 1m, b. Hazeltown, Pa
Daniel F. Breidenbach, d. 10 June 1864, buried 14 June 1864, aged 1y, 9m, b. Dayton, Oh
Conrad Friesman, d. 13 Aug 1852, buried 14 Aug 1852, aged 53y, b. Germany
Anna M. Friesman, d. 13 Aug 1852, buried 14 Aug 1852, aged 52y, b. Germany