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151 16-423: Henry Shirk & his wife Penina of Caernarvon tp. convey certain lands acquired via deeds A3-442 and A3-447 to William Shirk, tanner, of same.
--18 May 1818

Possibly two different people.
 
Scherck, Henrich (I40711)
 
152 164a Brecknock tp.
war. 25 Apr 1738 to George Schizler
sur. 29 3m. 1739
pat. 20 Mar 1760 to Abraham Kern [A-19-459]

Tax Records:
Abraham Kern, 1750-1778, 160A
Peter Kern, 1778-1787, 150A [on land starting in '79, freeman '78-79]
George Kern, 1786-1789, 150A [on land starting in '88, freeman '86]
 
Schissler, George (I45604)
 
153 168a Earl & Caernarvon tp.

war. 24 Aug 1737 to Nicholas Hudson
surv. 15 3mo. 1758
pat. 25 June 1765 to Joseph Cunningham (PB AA-6-312)

DD-289: James Cunningham, yeoman, & his wife Rebecca of Earl tp. enf-rel.to Christian Weaver, yeoman, of same
--Two tracts: (1.) 90a Earl tp. and (2.) 14a, 53p Earl tp.: HISTORY: Both part of 168a Earl tp. pat. 25 June 1765 to Joseph Cunningham (Ref. PB AA-6-312). On 3 Oct 1765, Joseph Cunningham granted 27 ½ a., 10p to his eldest son James (party hereto) [Ref. Deed L193]. Said Joseph Cunningham died intestate seized of the residue, or 140 ½ a. The Orphans Court has since confirmed the said residue to said James Cunningham, the eldest son, giving him full right to the entire tract.
14 May 1771: Peter Sherrick & Henry Carpenter

P612: Hugh Cunningham & Jane Cunningham of Earl tp. (the son and daughter of Joseph Cunningham, deceased, late of same, yeoman) quitclaim to James Cunningham of same
--Their right and claim to 140-¼ a., 30p Earl tp.: HISTORY: Part of 168a Earl tp. pat. 25 June 1765 to John Cunningham (Ref. PB AA-6-312). On 3 Oct 1765, John Cunningham granted 27-½ a., 10p to his eldest son James Cunningham, but he died intestate seized in possession of the residue (or 140-¼ a., 30p), leaving issue the following children: said James Cunningham (e.s.), John Cunningham, George Cunningham, Hugh Cunningham, Martha the wife of Robert Moore, & Jane Cunningham. On 6 June 1769, the Orphans Court confirmed the residue of the real estate to the said James Cunningham, the eldest son, on the condition that he pay the other heirs their equal share.
26 Aug 1769: John Kilpatrick & ZD

RR-210: Henry Weaver, yeoman, & his wife Mary of Earl tp. enf-rel.to Christian Carpenter, the younger, yeoman, of same
40a Earl tp.: HISTORY: Part of 168a pat. 5 June 1765 to Joseph Cunningham (Ref. PB AA-6-312). On 3 Oct 1765, Joseph Cunningham granted 27 ½ a., 10p to his eldest son James Cunningham. Father Joseph died intestate seized in possession of the residue, which the Orphans Court later confirmed to his said eldest son. On 14 May 1771, James Cunningham & his wife Rebecca granted 90a Earl tp. to Christian Weaver. On 29 Apr 1773, Christian Weaver & his wife Magdalena assigned the same to Henry Weaver, party hereto.
--20 Jul 1782
 
Cunningham, Joseph (I40742)
 
154 1731 Samuel:
Engelberd Shroud (male over age 16; signed Engelberd Schraidt)
Hannah Shroud (woman over age 16)
John Shroud (child) 
Schraidt, Engelbert (I41677)
 
155 1733 Samuel:
Marx Klein, age 45
Elizabeth Klein, age 42
Juliana Klein, age 13
Catharine Klein, age 10
Dorothea Klein, age 8
Marks Klein, age 4
Elisabeth Klein, age 1
 
Klein, Marx (I41317)
 
156 1738 Friendship: Philipp Stober

158a Brecknock tp.
war. 8 Mar 1759 to Philip Stover
sur. 8 10m. 1760
pat. -------- [H21-487]

Brecknock tp. tax records:
Philipp Stober, 1750-1763, 100A
John Stober, 1770-1789+, 100A

O304: Philip Stover, yeoman, & his wife Elizabeth of Brecknock tp. rel.to John Stover, yeoman, of same
158a Brecknock tp.: HISTORY: 158a Brecknock tp. pat. 24 Oct 1765 to Philip Stover (Ref. PB H-24-487).
9 Aug 1766: Benjamin Lesly, Wolferb Schmith, & Jacob Seler

September 9, 1796 November 29, 1796
FREY, RUDY
Wife. Barbara Frey. Children: John, Eve wife of John Detwiler, Veronica
wife of Peter Ressler, Barbara wife of Jacob Marckle, Christiana wife
of Conrad Orth, Anna wife of Dewald Powman, Magdalena wife of Philip
Stober and Mathias. Ex. Philip Stober and John Lesher. Brecknock Twp.

November 30, 1813 May 17, 1817
STOVER, JOHN
Children: Philip, John, Adam, Benjamin, Elizabeth, Anna, Catharine,
Margaret, Susanna, Eve and Barbara.
Ex. Philip and John Stover. Brecknock Twp.

Muddy Creek Lutheran KB:

Philipp Stober had baptized:
1. Johannes b. 21 Oct 1743, bp. 30 Oct 1743, sp. Casper Massner & his wife

Johannes Stober had baptized:
1. a daughter b. 26 Feb 1770, bp. 2 Apr 1770, sp. Jacob Dustend (?)

IMPORTANT: The two above entries are on the same page, strongly suggesting father and son.

Philip Stober & his wife sp ch/o Frederick Tropff on 19 Apr 1752
Maria Catharine Stober and Gottlieb Pfingstag sp ch/o Frederick Tropff on 20 Jul 1755
Philip Stober & his wife sp ch/o Ludwig Engel on 24 Feb 1751
Johannes Stober and Dorothea Amain sp ch/o Michael Schmitt & his wife Anna Christina on 27 Mar 1763

New Holland Lutheran KB:

John Stober m. 10 May 1791 Elisabeth Hage
Benjamin Lessly m. 7 May 1793 Catharine Stober
George Weid, son of Henrich of Brecknock tp., m. 16 Dec 1794 Elisabeth Stober, daughter of Johannes of same.

Schwartzwald Reformed KB:

1793 November 12 - Philip Stober and Magdalena Frey of Brecknock,
Lancaster County.

Muddy Creek Reformed KB:

John of John Stober (Lutheran) and Barbara, b. December 9, 1768,
bapt. February ----. Spon: Jacob Stiegler and wife Catharine.

Elizabeth of George Weid and Elizabeth, b. October 25, 1797. Spon:
John Stober and Susanna.

Anna of John Stober and Susanna, b. October 10, 1799, bapt. November
17, 1799. Spon: Jacob Frey and Anna.

Elizabeth, wife of Philip Stober, 64 years, 6 months. Buried April
18, 1769.

George of John Stover and Susanna, b. September 8, 1798, bapt.
October 21, 1798. Spon: George Weit and wife Elizabeth.

Susanna of Benjamin Lesle and Catharine, b. February 13, 1800, bapt.
May 4, 1800. Spon: John Stover.

Stoever, Rev. John Casper:

John Jacob Stiegler m. 13 Nov 1758 Maria Catharine Stobler [sic]

NOTE: Jacob & wife sponsored a child of John Stober at MCR.

Illing, Rev. Traugott

John Stober & his wife Barbara had baptized:
1. George Adam b. 4 Sep 1780, bp. 27 May 1781, sp. George & Margaret Schuttle
2. Anna Maria b. 1 Jul 1782, bp. 28 Jul 1782, sp. Henry Bucher and Susan Catharine Kern

John & Barbara Stober sp ch/o George Schlanfelter & his wife Catharine on 10 Aug 1783

Henry Stober & his wife Barbara had baptized:
1. Maria Eva b. 5 Oct 1785, bp. 7 May 1786, sp. Catharine Stober

Jacob Stober & his wife Susan had baptized:
1. Jacob b. 10 Apr 1790, bp. 26 Sep 1790, sp. John & Catharine Shultz

--Also an Adam Stover not compiled--not the same as George Adam. 
Stober, Philipp (I22251)
 
157 1750 Phoenix:
Johannes Philippi
Johannes Philippi, Jr.
Andreas Philippi
Christian Philippi
Johannes Philippi [thought to be the other man of same name in database]
 
Philippi, Johannes (I19653)
 
158 1754 Deed says that Jacob was from Ephrata.
 
Hagemann, Jacob (I3955)
 
159 1790,1800,1810 Censuses - Cocalico Twp., Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Walschmidt's Personal Church Records (FHL 020,361) - #4,7.
St. Luke's Evangelical Luth. Church, Schafferstown, Lebanon, Penn, Chr of #4.
Herbitzheim, Bas-Rhin, France Lutheran Church Records, Chr. of Wife.
Keskastel, Bas-Rhin, France Lutheran Church Records, Chr. of Husband.
Lancaster County Pennsylvania Land Records.
Will of Nicholas Hertzog, Lancaster County, Penn. - Mentions #1-9.
Children #7,8,9 moved to Perry County, Ohio.
 
Hertzog, Nicholas (I17967)
 
160 184a, 103p Cocalico tp.
war. 2 Nov 1736 to Philip Trout
sur. 26 May 1738
pat. 8 June 1739 to warrantee (A-9-17)

Patent A-9-17: 184a, 103p Cocalico tp. pat. 8 June 1739 to Philip Trout.
In pursuance of a warrant dated 2 Nov 1736, Philip Trout of Lancaster County had surveyed 184a, 103p Cocalico tp. (survey dated 26 May 1738). Description: By land of John Miley, by vacant land, by land of John White, and by land of the said John Miley.

1736: Warrant to Philipp Traut
1738: Survey to Philipp Traut, 184A
1739: Patent to Philipp Traut, 184A (Patent A-9-17)
1756: Philipp Traut to his daughter Susanna Traut, 184A (F398)
1760: Susanna Traut to John Bear, 184A (F398)
1782: John Bear (via Orphans Court) to his son Henry Bear, 184A (GG-322)
1785: Henry Bear to his brother Abraham Bear, 184A (TT-320)
1785: Abraham Bear to his said brother Henry Bear, 50A (GG-322)
1788: Henry Bear to Rudolph Bollinger, 50A (GG-322)
1799: Rudolph Bollinger to Michael Long, unabstracted parcel (G3-165)
1800: Abraham Bear to Henry Miller, 159A (H3-447)
1800: Henry Miller to Jacob Kurtz, 31A (H3-447)

Fully searched 3/05.

F398: Susanna Trout, spinster, of Cocalico tp., rel.to John Bar of same
184a Cocalico tp. [adj. Henry Miller, John White]: HISTORY: Same tract pat. 8 June 1739 to Philip Trout. On 15 Sep 1756, Philip Trout, then of Heidelberg tp., granted the same to his daughter Susanna, the party hereto.
--24 Apr 1760: Christopher Crawford, Vincent Myer.

TT-320: Henry Bear, miller, & his wife Adelin of Cocalico tp. enf-rel.to Abraham Bear, yeoman, of same
184a, 103p Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: Same tract pat. 8 June 1739 to Philip Trout. On 15 Sep 1756, Philip Trout granted the same to Susanna Trout. On 24 Apr 1760, Susanna Trout granted the same to John Bear (Ref. Deed F398). Said John Bear died intestate leaving issue the following children: Henry Bear (party hereto), John Bear, Martin Bear, Abraham Bear (party hereto), Benjamin Bear, Barbara wife of Peter Becker, and Daniel Bear. On 6 Mar 1782, the Orphans Court confirmed the same to son Henry.
--16 Dec 1785

GG-322: Henry Bear, miller, & his wife Ottilia (or Adelin) of Cocalico tp. enf-rel.to Rudolph Bollinger, yeoman, of same
50a, 78p Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: Part of 184a, 103p Cocalico tp. pat. 8 June 1739 to Philip Trout (Ref. PB A-9-17). On 15 Sep 1755, Philip Trout granted the same to his daughter Susanna. On 24 Apr 1760, Susanna Trout granted the same to John Bear (Ref. Deed F398). Said John Bear died intestate seized in possession of three tracts: (1.) the said 184a, 103p Cocalico tp., (2.) 24a Cocalico tp., including a gristmill, and (3.) 200a Cocalico tp. He left issue seven children; to wit, Henry Bear (eldest son & party hereto), John Bear, Martin Bear, Abraham Bear, Benjamin Bear, Daniel Bear, and Barbara wife of Peter Baker. On 6 Mar 1782, the Orphans Court confirmed the said real estate to the eldest son, Henry. On 16 Dec 1785, the other heirs released their right & claim to the properties. On 16 Dec 1785, Henry Bear & his wife Ottilia granted the 184a, 103p tract to the said Abraham Bear. On 16 Dec 1785, Abraham Bear & his wife Barbara re-conveyed 50a, 78p to the said Henry Bear.
5 Apr 1788: Christopher Ambrossius & Philip Gloninger

GG-326: George Widder, yeoman, of Earl tp. quitclaims to Rudolph Bollinger, yeoman, of Cocalico tp.
50a, 78p Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: It being the same tract given in the preceding indenture. Said George Widder has filed two suits against Henry Bear in the Court of Common Pleas. Now, by this indenture, George Widder releases the said tract from the lawsuit.
5 Apr 1788: Christopher Ambrossius & Philip Gloninger

G3-165: Rudolph Bollinger, yeoman, & his wife Catharine of Cocalico tp. convey certain land acquired via Deed GG-322 to Michael Long, yeoman, of same.
--1 Apr 1799

H3-447: Henry Miller, innkeeper, & his wife Catharine of Cocalico tp. enf-rel.to Jacob Kurtz, yeoman, of same
31a Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: Part of 184a that Henry Bear & his wife Adeline granted 16 Dec 1785 to Abraham Bear (Ref. Deed TT-320). On 1 May last, Abraham Bear & his wife Barbara granted 159a, 3p to Henry Miller, the party hereto.
--3 May 1800
 
Traut, Philipp (I31971)
 
161 1850 and 1860 Federal Census records identify George Stoll's wife as Catharine; however, George's son John had his mother identified as Elisabeth Hoover on his death certificate. I have assume George Stoll's wife as Catharina Elisabeth--a fairly common Germanic female name--but it may be that George had two wives.
 
Huber, Catharina Elisabeth (I38734)
 
162 18th Century Emigrants from Southwest Germany:

Balthasar Suss, with 6 children, fr. Graben, 1736.
 
Suss, Balthasar (I46921)
 
163 19-333: By his last will & testament dated 6 May 1800, George Mainzer, late of Earl tp., devised his real and personal estate to his wife Christina for the rest of her natural life. After her death, he ordered the same to be sold for the best price by his sons and executors Jacob Mainzer & Simon Mainzer. The profits were then to be equally divided amongst his children and heirs. The said widow is presently old and infirm. The deceased's children, listed below, hereby give the aforesaid executors permission to divide their late father's property into lots to be sold for the best price. The children named are as follows [surname spellings taken from signatures]:
1. Conrad Mentzer
2. George Mantzer
3. Catharine Nagel
4. Jacob Mentzer
5. Michael Mintzer
6. Simon Mentzer
7. Christina, the wife of Jacob Wolf
8. Juliana Krim (signed with a mark)
--Dated 25 Oct 1805

19-335: Christina Mainzer, the widow of George Mainzer [see the preceding record], releases her right & title to her late husband's estate.
--21 Nov 1805

19-337: George Mainzer, Conrad Mainzer, Jacob Wolf & his wife Christina, and Michael Mintzer [for himself and his sisters, Juliana, the wife of John Grim, and Catharine Nagel] quitclaim to Jacob Mainzer & Simon Mainzer [the executors of George Mainzer, late of Earl tp.]
--George Mainzer died seized of the following properties: (1.) 104a Earl tp.; (2.) 20a Earl tp., timberland, adjoining the first mentioned tract; and (3.) several lots situated along Horshoe Road in Earl tp. By his last will & testament dated 6 May 1800, George Mainzer devised the same to his wife Christina for the rest of her natural life. Thereafter, he ordered the same to be sold by his executors [see the two preceding indentures]. On equal date herewith, the said executors granted all of the above-described real estate to one Jacob Johns in TRUST for the following purpose; viz., to reconvey certain lots to the said George Mainzer's heirs. Now, by this indenture, the said George Mainzer, Conrad Mainzer, Christina Wolf, and Michale Mintzer [all children of the deceased] release the aforesaid executors from any further obligations under the said last will & testament.
--22 Feb 1806
--[Note: Lot descriptions are not given; however, this indenture does identify the numbers assigned each heir.]
 
Meintzer, George (I40632)
 
164 2 Dec 1823 18 Oct 1824 (O224)
ABRAHAM KLINE Elizabeth tp. yeoman
Wife: Mary. Children: Elizabeth @ John Radenbach, Jacob, Susanna @ David Stees, Barbara, Hannah @ John Kline, Abraham, Samuel (under 21), Catharine, Sally, Michael (under 21), Christiana (decd.) @ ______ Gerhard, John (decd.). Grandchildren: Frederick Gerhard (ch/o Christiana); Henry & Catharine Kline (ch/o John). Land: (1) 10a Elizabeth tp. to son Jacob; (2) 108a Elizabeth & Warwick tps., plus 56a hill land in Cocalico tp., to sons Samuel and Michael.
Ex. SONS Jacob & Samuel
Wit. Jacob Haffly, R.R. Heitler 
Klein, Abraham (I31162)
 
165 205a Earl tp.
war. 28 Feb 1734 to Conrad Roode
sur. 21 11m. 1764
pat. 26 Nov 1764 to Emick Rudy (AA-6-54)

Patent AA-6-54: 205a Earl tp. pat. 26 Nov 1764 to Emich Rudy.
In pursuance of a warrant dated 28 Feb 1734, Conrad Roode had surveyed 205a Earl tp., adjoining Adam Painter, John Good, Hans Roody Neglee, and Hans Groff. The said Conrad Roode died intestate leaving a widow (who is also since deceased), a son named Emich, and two daughters, Anna Maria (now wife of Adam Rener) and Catharine (now wife of Daniel Basher). On 23 May 1761, Adam Rener & his wife Anna Maria and Daniel Basher & his wife Catharine released their right & title to the said Emich Rudy, the patentee hereto.

1734: Warrant to Conrad Rudy
1734: Survey to Conrad Rudy, 205A
1761: Conrad Rudy's heirs to his son Emich Rudy, 205A
1764: Patent to Emich Rudy, 205A (Patent AA-6-54)
1765: Emich Rudy to Daniel Beshore, 54A (LL-76)
1775: Daniel Beshore to Abraham Huntzberger, 54A (LL-76)
1785: Abraham Huntzberger to Marx Graff, 1A (LL-76)
1790: Emich Rudy to his son Henry Rudy, 3A (NN-302)
1798: Emich Rudy to John Rudy & Andreas Rudy, 151A (D3-298)
1798: John Rudy & Andreas Rudy to George Ressler, 1A (D3-302)

Searched 10/05.

LL-76: Abraham Hunchberger, weaver, & his wife Frena of Earl tp. enf-rel.to Mark Grove, yeoman, of same
143p Earl tp.: HISTORY: Part of 205a Earl tp. pat. 26 Nov 1764 to Emich Rudy (Ref. PB AA-6-54). On 5 Jan 1765, Emich Rudy & his wife Catharine granted 54a to Daniel Beshor. On 28 Feb 1775, Daniel Beshor & his wife Catharine granted the same to Abraham Hunchberger.
6 June 1785: John Rudy & Mathias Cocket

NN-302: Emich Rudy, yeoman, & his wife Catharine of Earl tp. enf-rel.to their son Henry Rudy, shoemaker, of same
3a, 32p Earl tp.: HISTORY: Part of 205a Earl tp. pat. 26 Nov 1763 to Emich Rudy (Ref. PB AA-6-54).
--18 Feb 1790

D3-298: Emich Rudy, yeoman, & his wife Catharine of Earl tp. enf-rel.to John Rudy & Andrew Rudy, both of same
151a Earl tp.: HISTORY: Part of 205a pat. 26 Nov 1764 to Emich Rudy (Ref. PB AA-6-54).
--25 June 1798

D3-302: John Rudy & his wife Elizabeth and Andrew Rudy & his wife Catharine, all of Earl tp., enf-rel.to George Ressler, wagon-wright, of same
1 ¼ a. Earl tp.: HISTORY: It being part of the same tract acquired by John & Andrew Rudy in the preceding indenture.
--25 June 1798
 
Rudy, Conrad (I36763)
 
166 21 Aug 1823 25 Sep 1823 (O33)
JONATHAN SCHNEDER Earl tp., tanner
Wife: Susanna. Children: Jonathan (y.s.-under 21), Esaias, Ann, Rachel, Susanna, & Maria. Land: all real estate to sons Esaias and Jonathan. Misc: on 26 Sep 1834 Esaias Schneider, other executor, attained age of 21 years.
Ex. WF Susanna, SON Esaias (under aged at probate)
Wit. Peter Beam, Samuel Bowman
 
Schneder, Jonathan (I48112)
 
167 21-149: By her last will & testament dated 25 Dec 1807, Elizabeth Frey, late of Cocalico tp., devised certain sums to her children, who now give their release, to wit:
1. Jacob Frey
2. Henry Frey
3. Catharine, wife of Adam Hoh
4. John Frey
5. Peter Frey
6. Eva, wife of Ludwig Roth
7. Elizabeth, wife of George Readle
8. Regina, wife of Michael Kegerize
--13 Nov 1818
 
Frey, Martin (I41782)
 
168 21-93 thru 21-100: This series of indentures names the heirs of John Diffenderfer, late of Earl tp., whose last will & testament is dated 5 Apr 1808. All indentures are dated 1819-1820.
1. Daughter Salome, wife of Henry Holl, innkeeper, of Earl tp.
2. Daughter Sophia (deceased), wife of Henry Rode (also deceased): Their daughter: Sarah Rode of Salisbury tp.
3. Daughter Eva, wife of Jacob Holl, of Frederick County, Maryland
4. Daughter Mary, wife of Joel Carpenter, of Cocalico tp.
5. Daughter Mary, wife of Martin Brown, of Earl tp.
6. Son Benjamin Diffenderfer
7. Son Samuel Diffenderfer (deceased). His nine children are as follows: Stephen Diffenderfer (of Mifflin County, PA), Isaac Diffenderfer (of Earl tp.), Catharine, Lydia, John, Sarah, Elizabeth, Margaret, and Juliana [the last seven are yet minors; their guardian is Jacob Ringwalt, innkeeper, of Earl tp.]
 
Diebendorffer, Johannes (I40281)
 
169 24-262: David Landis, yeoman, of Cocalico tp. [the acting executor of Catharine Blumenshine, spinster, late of same] enf-rel.to William Coleman, ironmaster, of Cornwall Furnace in Lebanon County, PA; James Coleman, ironmaster, of Elizabeth Furnace inf Lancaster County, PA; and Edward Coleman of Lancaster Borough
109a, 112p Cocalico tp., situate on Cocalico Creek: HISTORY: Containing part of the first recited tract and all of the second: (1.) 114a Cocalico tp. pat. 5 Jul 1797 to John Jacob Bickle & the said Catharine Blumenshine, alias Catharine Margaret Blumenshine [Ref. PB P33-219]; and (2.) 17a, 46p Cocalico tp. that John Keller granted 21 Apr 1795 to the said John Jacob Bickle & Catharine Margaret Blumenshine. // The said John Jacob Bickle died intestate seized in possession of one moiety of the above-described lands. He left neither widow nor lawful issue, nor any mother, father, or siblings of the whole blood [at least none known]. He did leave one sister of the half-blood, the said Catharine Margaret Blumenshine, who inherited his entire estate. By her last will & testament dated 14 June 1820, Catharine Margaret Blumenshine ordered the lands to be sold.
--15 Nov 1822
 
Blumenshine, Catharina Margaret (I48635)
 
170 25-103: Joseph Stamm & his wife Elizabeth, Ann Spickler, Samuel Shober & his wife Barbara, Abraham Reist [son of John Reist and guardian of Susanna Spickler], and Christian Steman [the guardian of Mary Spickler & Catharine Spickler] quitclaim to John Spickler, yeoman, of Warwick tp.
--Their right & title to 134a, 30p Warwick tp.: HISTORY: Martin Spickler died seized of 153a, 30p Warwick tp. He left a widow named Barbara and the following children, all parties hereto: John Spickler, Elizabeth Stamm, Anna Spickler, Barbara Shober, Susanna Spickler, Mary Spickler, and Catharine Spickler.By his last will & testament dated 28 Jul 1795, Martin Spickler devised the same to his son John [reserving 19 acres to be sold for the benefit of the estate]. As executors, he named his brother John Spickler and his wife Barbara Spickler.
--1 May 1809
 
Spickler, Martin (I462)
 
171 266a Cocalico tp.
war. 1 Mar 1733 to Hans Shenover
sur. 19 Oct 1733
pat. 16 June 1739 to warrantee (A-9-10)

46a, 40p Cocalico tp.
war. 17 May 1739 to John Shinover
sur. 31 3m. 1740 (C182-173)
pat. 4 June 1740 to warrantee (A-10-154)

Patent A-9-10: Not yet compiled.

Patent A-10-154: 46a, 40p situate on the Cocalico Creek pat. 4 June 1740 to John Shinover, the warrantee.
In pursuance of a warrant dated 17 May 1739, John Shinover of Lancaster County had surveyed 46 ½ a. adjoining his other land on the Cocalico Creek (survey dated 21 May last). Description: By other land of John Shinover, by land of Wierly Pentz, and by land seated by Abraham Pawley.

1733: Warrant to Hans Schonauer
1733: Survey to Hans Schonauer, 266A
1739: Patent to Hans Schonauer, 266A (Patent A-9-10)
1739: Warrant (2.) to said Hans Schonauer
1740: Survey (2.) to Hans Schonauer, 46A
1740: Patent (2.) to Hans Schonauer, 46A (Patent A-10-154)
1749: Hans Schonauer's real estate (via Orphans Court) to his son Abraham Schonauer, 312A (K77)
1762: Abraham Schonauer's executors to his brother Jacob Schonauer, 160A (K77)
1765: Jacob Schonauer's executors to Jacob Negly, 2A (L73)
1779: Abraham Schonauer's heirs to his son-in-law Conrad Haas, 152A (X89; QQ-588)
pre-1782: Jacob Schonauer's heirs to his son John Schonauer, 80A (U377)
pre-1782: Jacob Schonauer's heirs to his son-in-law Jacob Fetterhaff, 91A (Y114)
1782: John Schonauer to George Hauck, 00A (U377)
1783: Jacob Fetterhaff to George Hauck, 91A (Y114)
1793: Conrad Haas to Jacob Kurtz, 152A (QQ-588)

Thoroughly searched to 1790-did not check for later conveyances thereafter. 3/05. Did search for George Hauck. No disposition found. Also acquired another large 200-acre neighboring tract. A likely marriage contract for him in 1805.

K77: John Graff & Jacob Erb [the executors of Abraham Shonauer, deceased, late of Cocalico tp.] enf-rel.to Jacob Shonauer of Cocalico tp.
--Two tracts: (1.) 114a Cocalico tp., adjoining f-ly of Andreas Scroop but now of Ephrata Society, late of Abraham Shonauer, Abraham Paul, Wyrick Pentz, and (2.) 46a Cocalico tp., adjoining Wyrick Pentz, Abraham Paul.
1. HISTORY: Part of 266a pat. 16 June 1739 to John Shonauer, the father of Abraham & Jacob Shonauer.
2. HISTORY: Same pat. 4 June 1740 to the said John Shonauer, then adjoining John Shonauer's other land, Wierly Pentz, and Abraham Pawley's seated land.
--John Shonauer later died intestate, leaving a widow named Ursula and issue the following children: Christian Shonauer (the eldest son), Abraham Shonauer, Barbara the wife of John Hostetter, Anna the wife of Ulrich Supinger, John Shonauer, Ursula the wife of Christian Sensenigh, Mary the wife of John Kniseley, and Jacob Shonauer. On 5 Sep 1749, the Orphans Court confirmed the real estate to Abraham, the second son [the eldest having refused]. In his lifetime, Abraham sold part of the land to his brother Jacob; however, he died before executing a deed. By his last will & testament dated 24 June 1762, he ordered his executors to make over a deed for 160 acres. He named his friends John Graff & Jacob Erb as executors.
--4 Sep 1762

L73: Jacob Erb & Jacob Senseman [the executors of Jacob Shonauer, late of Cocalico tp.] rel.to Jacob Neagley of Cocalico tp.
2 ¾ a. Cocalico tp., adjoining land late o Jacob Shonauer and late of Abraham Shonauer: HISTORY: It being part of a larger tract acquired by Jacob Shonauer via Deed K77. By his last will & testament dated 13 Dec 1763, he ordered his executors to sell land as necessary in order to pay his debts. The described parcel of land hereto was sold at public vendue to the said Jacob Neagley.
--16 Jan 1765

S65: Joseph Gundy, yeoman, & his wife Magdalena of Bethel tp. (she being late Magdalena Shonower, the widow of Jacob Shonower, late of Cocalico tp., yeoman) and Jacob Miley, yeoman, of Bethel tp. quitclaim to John Shonower & Barbara Shonower
--The rents & income of the said Jacob Shonower's real estate: HISTORY: By his last will & testament dated 13 Dec 1763, Jacob Shonower devised his real estate (160a Cocalico tp.) to his son John and daughter Barbara, reserving the rents & income to his widow while the children remained in their minority. He further named as his executors Jacob Erb and Jacob Sensenich (who is since dead). John and Barbara Shonower are the only surviving children, a posthumous daughter having since died. On 1 May 1769, Joseph Gundy & his wife Magdalena appointed the said Jacob Miley as their lawful attorney to recover the legacy left to the widow by the last will & testament (Ref. Deed O153). Now, with this indenture, they acknowledge having received satisfaction for the same.
22 Dec 1774: JB & WA

X89: Ursula Hetherling [the widow of Jacob Hetherling, late of Vincent tp., Chester County] enf-rel.to Conrad Haas, yeoman, of Cocalico tp.
--Her moiety of 166a Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: Abraham Shonower, late of Cocalico tp., died seized of two contiguous tracts, to wit, 152a Cocalico tp. and 14a Cocalico tp. He left issue two children, the said Ursula Hetherling and Veronica, the wife of Conrad Haas (the party hereto). Since Abraham did not make disposition of his property, it descended equally to his children.
6 Feb 1779: Mathias Keeley Jr., Conrad Shunk, & Michael Sypher
--On 3 May 1783, Ursula Hetherling, now wife of Philip Refferd, affirms her signature.

U377: John Shonover (or Shonour), yeoman, & his wife Elizabeth of Cocalico tp. enf-rel.to George Houk, yeoman, of same
80a, 20p Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: On 4 Sep 1762, John Graff & Jacob Erb, yeomen, both of Warwick tp. [the executors of Abraham Shonouer, late of Cocalico tp.] granted to Jacob Shonouer to adjoining properties in Cocalico tp., one containing 114 acres and the other 46 ¼ acres. By his last will & testament dated 13 Dec 1763, Jacob Shonouer devised the same tracts to his son John Shonouer (the party hereto) and his daughter Barbara Shonouer. By agreement, the said John & Barbara divided the property, with an 80a, 20p parcel being allotted to John.
4 May 1782: CJ & Michael Lightner

QQ-586: Philip Roffort (or Refford) of Vincent tp., Chester County, PA quitclaims to Conrad Haas, yeoman, of Cocalico tp.
--His right & title to 160a Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: It being late the estate of Abraham Shonour, deceased.
--3 May 1783

Y114: Jacob Fetterhaff, yeoman, & his wife Barbara of Bethel tp. enf-rel.to George Houk, yeoman, of Cocalico tp.
91a Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: On 4 Sep 1762, John Graff of Warwick tp. & Jacob Erb of the same [the executors of Abraham Shonauer, late of Cocalico tp.] granted two adjoining tracts in Cocalico tp., one containing 114 acres and the other 46-¼ acres to Jacob Shonauer. By his last will & testament dated 13 Dec 1763, Jacob Shonauer devised the same two tracts to his son John Shonauer & his daughter Barbara wife of Jacob Fetterhaff. The heirs divided the property, with a 91-acre tract being allotted to Jacob Fetterhaff & his wife.
21 May 1783: WH & CJ

FF-624: Conrad Haas, yeoman, of Cocalico tp. is bound to George Houk, yeoman, of same, for 300 pounds.
--This obligation is void if Conrad Haas satisfies a mortgage given by Jacob Shonouer & his wife Magdalena for a certain tract in Cocalico tp. The money is to be paid to John Grove & Jacob Erb, the executors of Abraham Shonouer.
20 Nov 1783: John Jones & Jacob Keller

W173: Conrad Haas (or Hass), yeoman, & his wife Veronica of Cocalico tp. ack.sat. & rel.to the Executors of Jacob Shonauer
--Two tracts in Cocalico tp.: (1.) 114a Cocalico tp. and (2.) 46 ½ a. Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: Both tracts are formerly part of the estate of Abraham Shonauer, late of Cocalico tp., deceased. His executors, John Graff & Jacob Erb, granted the said two tracts to Jacob Shonauer. On 14 Oct 1762, Jacob Shonauer & his wife Magdalena mortgaged the same tracts to the said executors (Ref. Deed H87). By that agreement, Jacob Shonauer agreed to pay the balance one week after the death of Ursula Shonauer, the widow of John Shonauer. // Both the said Ursula Shonauer and Jacob Shonauer are deceased. The said Abraham Shonauer left issue but two daughters, the said Veronica wife of Conrad Haas and Ursula wife of Philipp Reffort, to whom his entire estate descended. Now, with this indenture, Conrad Haas & his wife Veronica acknowledge that the debt owed to the estate of Abraham Shonauer has been satisfied.
20 Nov 1783: JJ & AN

W174: Philipp Reffert & his wife Ursula ack.sat. & rel.to the Executors of Jacob Shonauer
--Two tracts in Cocalico tp.: (1.) 114a Cocalico tp. and (2.) 46 ½ a. Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: See the preceding deed.
21 Nov 1783: C. North & Conrad Hass

QQ-587: Maria Seibert [alias Maria Paul, alias Maria Shonower] of Winsor tp., Chester County, PA [the widow of Abraham Shonower, yeoman, late of Cocalico tp.] quitclaims to Conrad Haas, yeoman, of Cocalico tp. [who is married to the eldest daughter of the said Abraham Shonower]
--Her dower in and to 160a Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: By his last will & testament dated 24 June 1762, Abraham Shonower devised certain rights & privileges to his wife Maria.
--20 Mar 1793

QQ-588: Conrad Haas, yeoman, & his wife Feronica of Cocalico tp. enf-rel.to Jacob Kurtz, yeoman, of Heidelberg tp., Berks County, PA
162 ¾ a. Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: Containing parts of the following three tracts: (1.) 266a pat. 16 June 1739 to John Shonower [Ref. PB A-19-10]. (2.) 46 ¼ a. Cocalico tp. pat. 4 June 1740 to the said John Shonower [Ref. PB _____]. Said John Shonower died intestate leaving issue four sons and one daughter. On 5 Dec 1749, the Orphans Court confirmed both tracts to Abraham Shonower, the second son [the eldest Christian refused to accept]. And (3.) 14a Cocalico tp. that John Meiley granted 19 Oct 1761 to the said Abraham Shonower [Ref. Deed G148]. // Abraham Shonower died leaving a widow named Maria and issue two daughters, Feronica wife of Conrad Haas and Ursula wife of Jacob Hetherling. By his last will & testament dated 4 June 1762, Abraham Shonower ordered 160a Cocalico tp. be granted to one Jacob Shonower; the residue of his real estate was to be held by his wife Maria until his daughters reached 18 years of age. On 6 Feb 1779, the widow and daughter Ursula quitclaim two tracts, 152a Cocalico tp. [part of the 266a] and 14a Cocalico tp. [the third tract described above] to Conrad Haas.
--3 Apr 1793
 
Schonauer, Johannes (I41378)
 
172 277a Brecknock & Cocalico tps.
war. 25 Jan 1737 to Henry Hollar
sur. 3 3m. 1738
pat. 29 Apr 1761 to Nicholas Lasher [AA-2-257]

Patent AA-2-257: 277a Cocalico tp. pat. 29 Apr 1761 to Nicholas Lasher.
In pursuance of a warrant dated 25 Jan 1737, Henry Haller had 277a Cocalico tp. surveyed on 3 May 1738. Description: By vacant land, by land of Jacob Reem, by an improvement of George Hedge. On 4 Feb last, Henry Haller granted the same to Nicholas Lasher.

1737: Warrant to Henry Haller
1738: Survey to Henry Haller, 277A
1761: Henry Haller to Nicholas Lescher, 277A
1761: Patent to Nicholas Lescher, 277A (Patent AA-2-257)

Cocalico tp. tax records (complete for Lescher):
Nicholas Lesher, 1751-1788, 178A
Jacob Lesher, 1758-1789+, 125A to 200A to 315A [freeman '58]
John Lesher, 1772-1775, 1778, 1780-1781, freeman
Nicholas Lesher, 1783, freeman
Nicholas Lesher, 1783, 1786-1789+, 114A [inmate '83, '86]

Brecknock tp. tax records (complete for Lescher):
John Lesher, 1782-1789+, 150A

Fully searched for Nicholas Lesh---/Lesch---/Lash---- on 11/05.

Lancaster County Will F623:
Nicholas Lesher [mark: NL], yeoman, of Cocalico tp., writ 26 Jul 1794, probated 2 Nov 1795
1. Wife Dorothy
2. To his son Abraham Lesher: 177a Cocalico tp., adjoining Martin Fry, Ludwig Fry, and others. His widow retains the right to reside on the property. No part of the land may be sold during her lifetime. All of his children are to receive equal shares out of the valuation.
3. His children are as follows: Elizabeth, Christina, Margaret, Catharine, Nicholas, and John.
4. Daughter Catharine is the wife of Jacob Peter. The testator makes arrangements such that her husband will have no control over her inheritance.
5. Executors: Son Abraham Lesher and friend John Bechdol.
6. Witnessed by Richard Addams and Jacob Vonnieda.

N634: Agreement between Nicholas Lesher, yeoman, of Cocalico tp., and Martin Fry, miller, of Brecknock tp.
--Said Martin Fry has built a gristmill on a branch of the Muddy Creek below the plantation of Nicholas Lesher. Due to a mill dam built on Fry's property, parts of Lesher's land have been overflowed With this agreement, Martin Fry compensates Nicholas Lesher for the loss of land; further, Nicholas Lesher permits Martin Fry to have access to his property in order to make any necessary repairs to the banks.
10 June 1765: Thomas Davis & ZD

8-440: Catharine Loop, widow, of Donegal tp., was formerly Catharine Peters, the daughter of Nicholas Lesher, deceased, late of Cocalico tp. She has a son named Jacob Peters.
--24 Oct 1814
 
Lescher, Nicholas (I41519)
 
173 288a Earl tp.
war. 21 Apr 1746 to John Landus
sur. 22 Oct 1720
pat. 7 June 1746 to warrantee (A-13-79)

Patent A-13-79: Not yet compiled.

1720: Survey to ??????, 288A
1746: Warrant to Accept to John Landis, 288A
1746: Patent to John Landis, 288A (Patent A-13-79)
1748: John Landis to Gabriel Carpenter, 1A (M482)
1766: John Landis to his son-in-law Christopher Reyer, 132A (M229; DD-566)
1771: John Landis to his son-in-law Christian Grebill, 150A (DD-566; Lanc.Co. Will C215)
1785: Christian Grebill to his son Abraham Grebill, 150A (DD-566)

Searched 8/05. Checked patent and indentures. Searched for Christopher Reyer & variants and Abraham Kr--/Gr---/Cr----. Did not pursue Gabriel Carpenter.

Lancaster County Will C215:
John Landes (X:) of Earl tp., writ 27 Nov 1771, probated 11 Dec 1771
1. Names his wife Anna Landes
2. To his son-in-law Christian Grebill, husband of his daughter Mary: 150a Earl tp. (the land on which the testator now lives), adjoining Christopher Royer, Christian Carpenter, John Johnson, Michael Garber, Christian Mier, John Mier, and Christian Wenger.
3. Out of the real estate's valuation, the said Grebill is to pay legacies to his [the testator's] other heirs, to wit: daughter Rebecca the wife of Martin Bear, grandson Jacob Grider, daughter Sarah the wife of Michael Wenger, and granddaughter Sarah ______ (surname not given, who is under 18 years of age).
4. Christian Grebill & his wife Mary are to allow certain water rights and privileges to the testator's son-in-law Christopher Royer (who apparently owns adjoining lands).
5. Executor: Wife Anna Landes.
6. Witnessed by Johannes Horst, Emanuel Carpenter, and Christian Carpenter.

M482: John Landes & his wife Anna of Earl tp. rel.to Gabriel Carpenter of same
1 ½ a. Earl tp., adjoining John Landes and Gabriel Carpenter: HISTORY: Part of 288a pat. 14 June 1746 to the said John Landes, party hereto.
--16 Dec 1748: Peter Klein & Peter Wittmer

M229: John Landis & his wife Anna of Earl tp. enf-rel.to Christopher Royer of Earl tp.
132a Earl tp., adjoining Christian Wenger, John Landis, Gabriel Carpenter, Christian Harmann, Christian Rup, and John Rup: HISTORY: Part of 288a Earl tp. pat. 20 Aug 1746 to the said John Landis, first party hereto.
--5 Dec 1766: Christian Wenger & Emanuel Carpenter

DD-566: Christian Krebil, yeoman, & his wife Mary of Earl tp. enf-rel.to their son Abraham Krebil, yeoman, of same
150a Earl tp.: HISTORY: Part of 288a Earl tp. pat. 10 June 1746 to John Landis (Ref. PB A-13-79). On 5 Dec 1766, John Landis & his wife Mary granted 132 ¾ a. to their son-in-law Christopher Royer (Ref. Deed M229). By his last will & testament, John Landis devised the residue, or 150a, to his "other son" Christian Krebil [son-in-law?]-subject to paying the other heirs their equal share. By their separate releases, the other heirs (to wit, Michael Wenger & his wife Anna, Martin Bear & his wife Rebecca, Jacob Creyder, & Sarah Becker) quitclaim the said tract to Christian Krebil.
27 Dec 1785: Christian Meyer, Wilhelm Schreiner, & DW
 
Landis, Johannes (I40485)
 
174 296a Earl tp.
war. 2 Oct 1734 to Archibald McCurdy
sur. 5 4m. 1738
pat. 4 Nov 1760 to Rudy Zug, alias Chook (AA-1-118)

Patent AA-1-118: 296a Earl tp. on the Muddy Creek pat. 4 Nov 1760 to Rudy Zug, alias Chook.
In pursuance of a warrant dated 2 Oct 1734, Archibald McCurdy had 296a Earl tp. surveyed 5 June 1738. Description: by land of John Willson, by land of said John Willson and vacant land, by land of John Edwards, by land of Patrick Wilson, by land of Philip Evans, by land of Samuel Moore, by land of Jacob Kesel, and along the north side of the Muddy Creek. Said Archibald McCurdy died intestate leaving issue an only son and heir named Robert. On 4 Dec 1744, Robert McCurdy and Jean McCurdy (the late widow) granted their right & title to Christian Boocher and Rudy Zug. On 1 Dec 1748, Christian Boocher granted his right & title to the said Rudy Zug.
 
McCurdy, Archibald (I40376)
 
175 3-128: Isaac Stautsenberger, John Stautsenberger, Mary Zimmerman (the wife of Andrew Zimmerman), and Elizabeth Holl (wife of John Holl) acknowledge having received a certain sum from Daniel Beshoar & George Wilke [the administrators of Baltzer Beshoar, the son & devisee of Baltzer Beshoar, the elder, late of Leacock tp.]. HISTORY: By his last will & testament, the said Baltzer Beshoar, the elder, devised his real estate to his son Baltzer, subject to paying equal shares of the valuation to his other children. The first party hereto (to wit, Isaac, John, Mary, & Elizabeth) are the sons and daughters of Christian Stautsenberger by his last wife Elizabeth, late Elizabeth Beshoar-daughter of the said Baltzer Beshoar, the elder.
--6 Oct 1810
 
Stautzenberger, Christian Ludwig (I46104)
 
176 30 Jun 1820 21 Nov 1823 (O70)
PETER ECKERT Leacock tp., yeoman
Wife: Catharine. Children: Peter, Levi, Elizabeth, Catharine, Polly, Margaret (decd.), Jacob, George, & William. Land: (1) 129 ½ acres, 23p Leacock tp. on Mill cr. To son Peter (including mills and waterworks); (2) 157 ¼ acres, 16p Leacock tp. on Mill cr. To son Levi; (3) following tracts to sons Levi & Peter: 1.5a Salisbury tp.; 7a, 56p Bart tp.; 20a Earl tp.; 4a, 41p Salisbury tp.; 30a Earl tp. Misc: other children (apart form Peter and Levi) had previously received most of their shares.
Ex. SONS Peter & Levi
Wit. Tobias Miller, John Stoltzfuse, Christian Carpenter

20 Mar 1828 7 May 1828 (P195)
PETER ECKERT (or Eakert) Leacock tp.
Names: BRO George; BRO Jacob; BRO William; BRO Levi; SIS Catharine @ John Graybill; SIS Mary @ Adam Diller; SIS Elizabeth Brubaker; SIS Margaret Wilson (her children: John, Elisha, Margaret @ Samuel Whitehill, Mary @ Isaac Ringwalt, Catharine @ John Piersol).
Land: (1) part of plantation & mills testator lives on TBS; (2) sister Elizabeth Brubaker to reside on other part of plantation until D, then TBS; (3) all other lands TBS. Misc: refers to father's will; bequest for church to be built on family burial ground; refers to George Jenkins lawsuit vs. his father's estate.
Ex. FR George Sheaffer of Earl tp.; FR John Stultzfuse, Sr.
Wit. Nathaniel F. Lightner, Benjamin Landis
 
Eckert, Peter (I45218)
 
177 56. Catherine Avey was born on 26 Aug 1815 in Washington County, Maryland, died on 30 Nov 1886 in Byron, Ogle County, Illinois at age 71, and was buried in Rice Cemetery, Mt. Morris, Ogle County, Illinois.

Catherine married David Rice, son of Jacob Rice and Mary Rowland, on 9 Jan 1836 in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. David was born on 22 Nov 1811 in Maryland, died on 14 Mar 1891 in Byron, Ogle County, Illinois at age 79, and was buried in Rice Cemetery, Mt. Morris, Ogle County, Illinois.

Children from this marriage were:

148 M i. Benjamin Rice was born in 1837 in Caryle, Ohio, died on 11 Jul 1905 in Byron, Ogle County, Illinois at age 68, and was buried on 12 Jul 1905 in Silver Creek, Mt. Morris, Ogle County, Illinois.

149 F ii. Catherine Rice was born in 1839 in Caryle, Ohio, died in 1913 in Ogle County, Illinois at age 74, and was buried in Silver Creek, Mt. Morris, Ogle County, Illinois.

150 F iii. Mary Rice was born in 1842 in Ogle County, Illinois. 
Rice, David (I35496)
 
178 58. Sarah B. Avey was born on 23 Jul 1819 in Washington County, Maryland, died on 10 Jul 1887 in Washington County, Maryland at age 67, and was buried in Mt. Zion Cementary, Mapleville, Washington County, Maryland.

Sarah married Emmanuel Bowman on 21 Nov 1837 in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. Emmanuel was born on 8 Aug 1809 in Washington County, Maryland, died on 10 Jul 1898 in Washington County, Maryland at age 88, and was buried in Mt. Zion Cementary, Mapleville, Washington County, Maryland. Another name for Emmanuel was Emanual Brown.

Children from this marriage were:

151 F i. Barbry Bowman was born in 1839 in Maryland.

152 F ii. Elizabeth Bowman was born in 1840 in Maryland.

153 M iii. John Bowman was born in 1842 in Maryland.

154 F iv. Mary Bowman was born on 2 Jan 1846 in Washington County, Maryland, died on 16 Oct 1850 in Washington County, Maryland at age 4, and was buried in Mt. Zion Cementary, Mapleville, Washington County, Maryland.

155 M v. Samuel Bowman was born in 1846 in Maryland.

156 M vi. David E. Bowman was born on 3 Nov 1850 in Washington County, Maryland, died on 1 Aug 1931 in Washington County, Maryland at age 80, and was buried in Mt. Zion Cementary, Mapleville, Washington County, Maryland.

157 M vii. Charles Bowman was born in 1854 in Maryland.

158 M viii. Mahlon Bowman was born in 1857 in Maryland.

159 M ix. Amos Bowman was born in 1859 in Maryland. 
Bowman, Emanuel (I35402)
 
179 59. Barbara Avey was born on 11 Sep 1822 in Washington County, Maryland, died on 18 Sep 1854 in Washington County, Maryland at age 32, and was buried in Thomas Farm, Monroe, Washington County, Maryland.

Barbara married John H. Ringer on 11 Apr 1848 in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. John was born in 1830 in Maryland.

Children from this marriage were:

160 M i. Winfield S. Ringer was born on 13 Dec 1847 in Maryland, died on 1 May 1851 at age 3, and was buried in Thomas Farm, Monroe, Washington County, Maryland.

161 F ii. Elizabeth C. Ringer was born on 15 Jul 1848 in Washington County, Maryland, died on 7 Mar 1901 in Washington County, Maryland at age 52, and was buried in Boonsboro Cementery, Boonsboro, Washington County, Maryland.

162 F iii. Clara V. Ringer was born on 29 Apr 1851 in Washington County, Maryland, died on 10 Jan 1879 in Washington County, Maryland at age 27, and was buried in Boonsboro Cementery, Boonsboro, Washington County, Maryland. 
Ringer, John H. (I35404)
 
180 5A-299: Jacob Heil of Guilford tp., Franklin County, PA, is the guardian of his children by his late wife Mary, deceased, who was a daughter of Jacob Sweigart, late of Cocalico tp. Reference is made to Orphans Court proceedings. [More information available.]
--23 Jan 1806
 
Heyl, Jacob (I29404)
 
181 5D-452: Adam Stover, Benjamin Stover, George White & his wife Elizabeth, Godfried Keiffer & his wife Margareth, Benjamin Lessley & his wife Catharine, Martin Ansel & his wife Susanna, and John Boehm & his wife Barbara, all of Brecknock tp., Lancaster County (the said Adam, Benjamin, Elizabeth, Margareth, Catharine, Susanna, and Barbara are all children of John Stover, deceased, late of Brecknock tp.) have received their due shares in and out of their late father's estate from his executors John Stover & Philip Stover
--10 Mar 1821
 
Stober, Johannes (I38933)
 
182 5D-540: The following are children of Catharine Vonkenan, who was a daughter of Jacob Carpenter, whose last will & testament is dated 20 Dec 1794:
1. Emanuel Vonkenan, innkeeper, of Earl tp.
2. Michael Vonkenan, schoolmaster, of Leacock tp.
3. Baltzer Vonkenan, blacksmith, of Earl tp.
4. Polly intermarried with William Weidler, yeoman, of Leacock tp.
5. Elizabeth Marks of Leacock tp.
--Record dated 29 Dec 1825 
von Kennen, Michael (I22668)
 
183 5F-120: By his last will & testament dated 6 Dec 1817, George Rine, miller, late of Earl tp., devised 150a Leacock tp. to his son-in-law Henry Crise, alias Henry Griss, who had married the testator's daughter Mary-subject to paying certain legacies, including legacies to be be to the said Henry & Mary Crise's children. Now, by this indenture, their son Henry Crise, Jr., acknowledges having received his legacy from Henry Roland of Earl tp., who now possesses the aforesaid plantation.
--20 Mar 1826

5F-121: See the preceding indenture (5F-120). The following has received her legacy owing out of George Rine's real estate, to wit: Catharine Plitt of Philadelphia. The said Catharine Plitt is the widow of John Plitt. She is a daughter of the said George Rine. Her husband died 11 Aug 1824. She has since assigned her share to John Roland and Jesse Smith, both of Philadelphia, who also give their release. Reference is made to Letter of Attorney Book 3, page 20.
--28 Feb 1826
 
Plitt, Johannes (I36464)
 
184 5G-92: Henry Miller of York County, PA, enf-rel.to Casper Halpbrunner & Paul Halpbrunner, both of Lancaster County
--Lot #55 in the town of Millersburg in Manor tp., containing four acres, adjoining another lot belonging to the said Paul Halpbrunner: HISTORY: John Miller died intestate seized of several lots in the town of Millersburg in Manor tp. He left a widow named Elizabeth and three sons, to wit: John Miller (the eldest son), Jacob Miller, and Henry Miller (the party hereto). On On 25 Aug 1779, John Miller granted his undivided third right unto his said brother Henry Miller. On 30 May last past, the widow Elizabeth Miller and said Jacob Miller granted their undivided rights to the said Henry Miller as well, giving him full right to the said properties.
--2 June 1781

5G-93: John Philips, yeoman, of Conestoga tp. (the late husband of Catharine Philips, since deceased: They had issue one daughter who died in her infancy); Adam Martin, yeoman, & his wife Dorothea of Manor tp., John Heilbrunner, yeoman, of Conestoga tp.; and Jacob Mandebach, yeoman, & his wife Eva Maria of Manor tp. (the said Catharine, Dorothea, John, and Eva Maria being four children of John Heilbrunner, late of Conestoga tp., deceased) quitclaim to Casper Heilbrunner & Paul Heilbrunner, yeomen, both of Manor tp. (two other sons of John Heilbrunner, deceased)
--Their right & title to Lot #58 in the town of Millersburg in Manor tp.: HISTORY: On 7 Nov 1773, the sheriff granted Lot #58 in the town of Millersburg to the said John Heilbrunner, alias John Hillborn, since deceased. By his last will & testament dated 26 Dec 1774, John Heilbrunner devised the same unto his wife Margaret for the rest of her natural life and then unto his six children (the parties hereto or their representatives). The widow is yet living, but the heirs have decided that sons Casper & Paul shall hold the property after her death.
--26 Mar 1787
 
Heilbrunner, Wolfgang (I26941)
 
185 64a Earl tp.
war. 19 Feb 1741 to Samuel Groff
sur. 12 2m. 1742
pat. 29 Oct 1743 to warrantee (A-11-280--???-page hard to read)

The Lands of Samuel Graff:

1738: Hans Graff to his son Samuel Graff, 219A (B217)
1741: Warrant to said Samuel Graff
1742: Survey to Samuel Graff, 64A
1743: Patent to Samuel Graff, 64A (Patent A-11-280-check citation)
1752: Samuel Graff to his son-in-law Joseph Horst, 128A (C423)
1757: Samuel Graff to his son-in-law Abraham Reiff, Jr., 158A (O543)
1796: Abraham Reiff's executors to his sons Joseph Reiff & Samuel Reiff, 158A (T3-594)

Fully searched 2/05.

B217: Hans Graff & his wife Susanna of Earl tp. enf.to his son Samuel Graff of same
219a Earl tp., adjoining Christopher Winger, Mark Graff, and Hans Rudolph Negley: HISTORY: Part of 1,419a pat. 18 Nov 1737 to the said Hans Graff.
--26 Jul 1738

C423: Samuel Groff & his wife Christina of Earl tp. rel.to Joseph Hurst of same (who is married to Mary, one of the daughters of the said Samuel & Christina Groff)
--Two tracts: (1.) 64a Earl tp., adjoining Samuel Groff, Mark Graff, Jacob Bowman, and Christian Winter; and (2.) 64a Earl tp.
1. HISTORY: Part of 219a Earl tp. that Samuel Groff acquired via Deed B217.
2. HISTORY: Samuel tract pat. 29 Oct 1743 to the said Samuel Groff.
--28 Jul 1752

O543: Samuel Groff, yeoman, & his wife Christina of Earl tp. rel.to Abraham Reiff (or Riffe), Jr., yeoman, of same (who is married to Barbara, one of the daughters of said Samuel & Christina Groff)
158a Earl tp.: HISTORY: Part of 1,419a pat. 18 Nov 1737 to Hans Groff (Ref. PB A-8-29). On 26 Jul 1738, Hans Groff & his wife Susanna granted 219a Earl tp. to Samuel Groff, the party hereto (Ref. Deed B217).
12 Feb 1757: Gabriel Zimmerman & Ira Oram Sprecher

T3-594: Christian Hurst & Abraham Reiff, yeomen, both of Earl tp., and David Reiff, yeoman, of York County, PA [the executors of Abraham Reiff, late of Earl tp.] enf-rel.to Joseph Reiff & Samuel Reiff, yeomen, both of Earl tp. [sons of the deceased Abraham Reiff]
--Two tracts: (1.) 158a Earl tp. and (2.) 41a Earl tp. [the latter excepting a small parcel sold to one Abraham Eicher]
1. HISTORY: Same tract that Samuel Grove & his wife Christina granted 12 Feb 1757 to Abraham Reiff (Ref. Deed O543).
2. HISTORY: Same tract pat. 16 Jan 1775 to the said Abraham Reiff (Ref. PB AA-15-56).
--By his last will & testament dated 20 Nov 1786, Abraham Reiff devised the same two tracts to his sons Joseph & Samuel, then yet minors, subject to an appraisement by a congregation of Menonists. He named his friend Christian Hurst and his sons Abraham & David as executors. The following Menonists have sinced valued & appraised the property: Christian Burkholder, Joseph Hurst, Mark Graff, David Martin Jr., and Christian Meyer. Certain privileges were reserved to the deceased's widow Barbara.
--12 May 1796

Other Deeds Found in Land File:

BB-166: David Graff (the elder) & his wife Barbara of Earl tp. enf-rel.to David Graff (the younger) of same
--Two adjoining tracts: (1.) 200a Earl tp. and (2.) 93a Earl tp.
1. HISTORY: Same tract that Susanna Graff, Peter Graff & his wife Barbara, Samuel Graff & his wife Christina, Marx Graff & his wife Anna, Daniel Graff & his wife Mary, Hans Graff & his wife Elizabeth, Peter Good, Henry Landes & his wife Fronica, and Mary Kry granted 30 Jul 1746 to David Graff (Ref. Deed C322).
2. HISTORY: Same tract that Henry Landes & his wife Fronica granted 4 Nov 1747 to David Graff (Ref. Deed C327).
--22 Sep 1783: Mark Martin & Mark Grove
 
Graff, Samuel (I47687)
 
186 64a, 145p Brecknock tp.
war. 2 June 1746 to Frederick Tropf
sur. 7 9m. 1747
pat. 6 May 1793 to Martin Fry (Patent P19-301)

Survey A82-252: In pursuance of a warrant granted 2 June 1746, Frederick Tropf had surveyed 64a, 145p Brecknock tp., adjoining Henry Holler and vacant lands.

Patent P19-301: 64a, 145p Brecknock tp. pat. 6 May 1793 to Martin Fry, a tract called "Bermuda."
In pursuance of a warrant dated 2 June 1746, Frederick Tropf had surveyed 64a, 145p Brecknock tp., adjoining Henry Holler and vacant lands. The said Frederick Tropf sold the same to George Read, alias George Rohd, since deceased. On 1 Apr 1783, George Rohd's heirs [to wit, Domathed (?-probably Dorothea) Rohd, Daniel Rohd, Jacob Rohd, Frederick Rohd, Ludwig Rohd, Adam Peters, Peter Gunde, and Benedict Mucke] granted the same to Martin Fry, the patentee hereto.

1746: Warrant to Frederick Tropf
1747: Survey to Frederick Tropf, 65A (Survey A82-252)
c1755: Frederick Tropf to George Roth, 65A
1783: George Roth's heirs to Martin Frey, 65A
1793: Patent to Martin Frey, 65A (Patent P19-301)

Brecknock tp. tax records:
Frederick Tropf, 1750-1754, 50A

Roth Tax Records in Brecknock Twp.:
George Roth, weaver, 1758-1781, 100A
Jacob Roth, 1770-1789+, 280A [freeman '70]
Daniel Roth, 1772-1789+, 100A [inmate beginning '81]
Ludwig Roth, 1782-1789+, 46A
Frederick Roth, 1782-1783, 124A
Jacob Roth, 1783, freeman

George Roth of Brecknock tp. 20 May 1782-16 Aug 1782
Wife Dorothea
Children: Daniel, Jacob, Martha, Mary, Sarah, Ludwig, and Frederick.
Exec: Benjamin Lessley

Waldschmidt:

John Adam Petri, son of George Petri, m. the daughter of George Roth,
in the Muddy Creek Church, July 1, 1766.

Benjamin Mochel, son of the late Jacob Mochel, m. Sarah Roth,
daughter of George Roth, August 9, 1773.

Frederick Roth, son of George Roth, m. Juliana Schweickert, daughter
of late John Schweickert, January 22, 1782.

Muddy Creek Lutheran KB:

Hans George Roth & wife Dorothea sp ch/o Friederich Tropff on 8 Oct 1758

Daniel Roth & Dorothea Brandelin, both single, sp ch/o Wendel Kramer on 26 Jan 1771
Daniel Roth & wife Catharina sp ch/o Henrich Hott & wife Catharine on 5 May 1785

George Roth, Sr., & wife Dorothea sp ch/o George Rimmel, Catholic, & his wife Barbara on 19 Apr 1782

Michael Roth had baptized:
12 children [1756-1783]--not abstracted. No clear connection to George Roth.

George Roth had baptized:
1. Susanna Christina b. 7 Aug 1753 sp. Peter Beck & Susanna Marxin
2. George Friederich b. 11 Mar 1759 sp. George Hefft & wife

George Roth had baptized:
1. Sarah Elisabeth b. 27 Mar 1754 sp. Nicholas Haller & Sarah Elisabeth Beckin

Jacob Roth & wife Magdalena had baptized:
1. Magdalena b. 18 Oct 1781 sp. parents
2. David b. 1 Oct 1783 sp. parents
3. M. Magdalena b. 16 Oct 1785 sp. none

Daniel Roth & wife Catharina had baptized:
1. Daniel b. 27 Nov 1781 sp. George Roth & wife Dorothea
2. Ludwig b. 27 Mar 1784 sp. Ludwig Roth & wife Eva
3. Johannes b. 13 Feb 1786 sp. parents

Ludwig Roth & wife Eva had baptized:
1. Catharina b. 28 Mar 1783 sp. Catharina Freyin, single
2. Eva b. 28 June 1787 sp. George Elzer & Elisabeth Freyin

Frederick Roth & wife Juliana had baptized:
1. George b. 29 Feb 1784 sp. George Schweickert & Catharina Schweickertin

Henry Roth & wife Anna Maria had baptized:
1. Salome b. Aug 1783 sp. Lenert German & wife Cath. Elis.

Conrad Roth & wife Catharina had baptized:
1. Margreta b. 10 June 1787 sp. Henrich Wohr & Margr. Scholleberger

----- Roth, child of -------- Roth bp. 21 May 1786, sp. Widow Rothin

Conf. 12 May 1782: Ludwig Roth, son of George, aged 20 years

Muddy Creek Reformed KB:

Frederick Roth & wife Juliana had baptized:
1. Salome b. 23 Dec 1791 sp. Daniel Hahn & wife Barbara
2. Samuel b. 3 Mar 1793 sp. Ludwig Roth & wife Eva

Daniel Roth & wife Catharine sp ch/o Peter Frankhauser & wife Barbara on 5 Feb 1775 and 10 Nov 1776

Cocalico Reformed KB [selected]:

Frederick Roth & wife Juliana had baptized:
1. John b. 23 Nov 1787 sp. George Beck & wife
 
Roth, George (I38970)
 
187 7 Mar 1827 5 Oct 1827 (P94)
JACOB RANCK Earl tp.
Children: Abraham, David, Barbara (unm.), Margaret (unm.), John, & Samuel (decd.). Grandchildren: David, Samuel, Margaret & Barbara Ranck (of Samuel). Land: 90a Earl tp. to sons Abraham & David. Misc: burying ground on plantation to be kept in order by sons, reserving the right for heirs to be buried there.
Ex. SONS Abraham & David
Wit. Jacob Sandoe, Adam Sheafer
 
Ranck, Jacob (I40503)
 
188 70a Cocalico tp.
--Tract originally warranted to Jacob Groff--
war. 17 June 1766 to Daniel Good, alias Guth, on warrant to accept
sur. 27 Jan 1766
pat. 23 June 1766 to warrantee (Attorney of Letter Book D-2-Vol. 6-215)

Searched 8/05 for Daniel Good and Daniel Gut---.

NOTE: Original warrantee, Jacob Graff, likely same man whose will was probated in 1776.

Orphan Court & Deed Search for Daniel Good (complete results):

OC 7 Dec 1786:
DANIEL GOOD, decd., late of Cocalico tp. (393)
PET/o eldest son Henry Good: Father died intestate seized in possession of a 17-acre tract of patented land in Cocalico tp. and also a 30-acre tract of warranted land in the same township, both of which the petitioner desires to hold. The deceased left a widow and five children, two of whom are yet minors. RTBM at next OC.

OC 6 Feb 1787:
DANIEL GOOD, decd., late of Cocalico tp., yeoman (401)
MC: Christian Good (age not given) CA Samuel Bowman of same, yeoman, GDN

OC 8 June 1787:
DANIEL GOOD, decd. (458)
REP/from SHF: 17a Cocalico tp. (patented land) & 30a Cocalico tp. (warranted land) are confirmed to John Bitzer, who bears a deed dated 31 Jan 1785 in which he purchased the share of the eldest son Henry Good. He also furnishes a deed dated 1 Jul 1780 in which Sarah Good, a daughter of the deceased, granted her share to Joseph Graff, and also a deed dated 21 May 1785 in which the said Joseph Graff deeded the same share to the said John Bitzer.
--The widow is to receive a yearly sum.
DISTR to the children (not named)
--Emanuel Carpenter is security for John Bitzer.

FF-574: Sarah Good [the daughter of Daniel Good, deceased, late of Cocalico tp.] gr.to Joseph Graff, yeoman, of same
--Her right & claim to her late father's real & personal estate: HISTORY: No further information.
1 Jul 1780: AN & Henrich Sohll

FF-575: Joseph Graff assigns to John Bitzer his right & claim to "this indenture mentioned." No further information, but see the preceding indenture.
21 May 1785: Jacob Roland & Peter Graf

FF-575: Henry Good, saddler, of Cocalico tp. rel.to John Bitzer, yeoman, of Earl tp.
--His right & claim to 46a Cocalico tp., of which thirty acres is warranted and 16 acres deeded: HISTORY: Late the estate of his father Daniel Good, deceased.
31 Jan 1785: AN & Melchor Braun 
Guth, Daniel (I41544)
 
189 8-437: Jacob Rank, late of Strasburg tp., died intestate seized of 5a, 75p Salisbury tp. His administrators are Adam Stock & Anna Rank. The property descended to his siblings, who now sell their right & title. Jacob Rank's siblings are as follows:
1. Brother Michael Rank
2. Sister Mary, the wife of Abraham Bollinger
3. Sister Susan, the wife of Christian Graff
--30 Apr 1814
 
Ranck, Jacob (I19732)
 
190 8. Joseph Kreiser, b. 19 Sept. 1828 Han. Twp., Dau. Co., PA, d. 13 Jan. 1919 at 11:00 AM E.S.T., E. Han. Twp., Leb. Co., PA, (90?3?25 on death certif.) (Civil War, Co., B., 173 Regt. 30 Oct. 1862 ? 17 Aug. 1863), bur. Moonshine Cem., Union Twp., Leb. Co., PA, 13 children
m. Elizabeth Kreiser in 1865, b. 23 July 1848 Union Twp., Leb. Co., PA, d. 1 June 1920 at 8:00 AM E.S.T. (71?10?9) Union Twp., Leb. Co., PA, bur. Moonshine Cem., Union Twp., Leb. Co., PA, d/o Isaac W. Kreiser and Magdalena Moonshine
 
Kreiser, Joseph (I17691)
 
191 94 ½ a. Caernarvon tp.
war. 4 Sep 1754 to David Davis (warrant to accept)
sur. 29 Oct 1734
pat. 5 Sep 1754 to David Davis (PB A-19-7)

Patent A-19-7: 94 ½ a. Caernarvon tp. pat. 5 Sep 1754 to David Davis.
Philip Davis, yeoman, of Lancaster County, late deceased, had surveyed 94 ½ a. Caernarvon tp. Now, in pursuance of a warrant to accept dated 4 Sep 1754, his son David Davis, yeoman, of same, acquires right to the property. Description: By land of William Davis, by vacant land, by land of John Davis, by vacant land, by land of the said William Davis.

Lancaster County Will A221: Edward Davis of Caernarvon tp.
--To his son John, he willed the land bought from his "brother David."

Important: Edward Davis & his brother David Davis lived on adjoining tracts. David Davis's land had been originally surveyed as 104A to Philip Davis. However, a new survey found the tract to contain 94 1/2 a. on 29 Oct 1734.

1734: Survey to Philip Davies, 94A
1754: Warrant to accept to David Davies (son of Philip Davies), 94A
1754: Patent to David Davies, 94A (Patent A-19-7)
1754: David Davies to his brother Edward Davies, 94A (H256; Lan.Co. Will A221)
1764: Edward Davies to his son John Davies, 94A (Lan.Co. Will A221)

H256: David Davis & his wife Elizabeth of Caernarvon tp. enf-rel.to Edward Davis of same
94a [location not given]: HISTORY: Not given.
--17 Sep 1754: Gabriel Davis & William Douglass

H331: John Davies of Caernarvon tp. mort.to John Hughes of Philadelphia
94a Caernarvon tp. [bordering land late of William Davis, John Davis]: HISTORY: Same tract patented 5 Sep 1754 to David Davis and by sundry conveyances to John Davis, party hereto.
--9 June 1766
--Isaac Hunt, attorney for John & Isaac Hughes, ack.sat. 7 Aug 1772

See too Lanc.Deed B399:

Philip Davis of Lancaster County mort.to Peters & Lardner of Philadelphia
611a on br.of Conegocheege Creek, adjoining John Davy and Richard James Harlen.
--6 Nov 1746: Thomas Dawson of West Caln, Chester County
--John Callahan on oath saw Philip Davis sign, 18 Nov 1746 
Davies, Philipp (I44150)
 
192 ;likely in Monocacy by 1738; see Pioneers of Old Monocacy Ambrosi, Mathias (I19826)
 
193 ?-the Peter Weyland Weyland, Peter (I24834)
 
194 ?????? Possible error. Eva Catharina is a daughter of Mathias Pfeil; however, it may be a different Mathias Pfeil. Check to see if Mathias' daughter born on that date died young. Pfeil, Eva Catharina (I45767)
 
195 ?Did he also marry a Charlotta Catharina as a third wife in the 1740's?
 
Walther, Henrich (I37346)
 
196 A book exists on this family. Riehm, Abraham (I41299)
 
197 A Casper Spahr, Jr., appears as a baptismal sponsor at Strayers Lutheran in 1784. Spahr, Casper (I38663)
 
198 A Charles Vance served an an executor of John Wance [sic] in 1734. Location not given.

QQ-240: Henry Martin & his wife Maria of Earl tp. and George Martin & his wife Elizabeth of Earl tp. enf-rel.to John Bear, innkeeper, of same
--One quarter-acre and thirteen perches in Earl tp.: HISTORY: Part of 238a pat. 24 June 1760 to David Davis (Ref. PB A-19-621). On 5 June 1762, David Davis & his wife Jane granted 1a, 25p to the trustees of the Presbyterian congregation [to wit, Robert Smith, Charles Vance, Thomas Cochran, & Thomas Kittera]. On 2 Apr 1787, the trustees [now Robert Smith, John Jenkins, James Gault, & James McConnel] granted the same to Jacob Weaver. On 6 Mar 1792, Jacob Weaver & his wife Catharine granted the same to Henry Martin & George Martin.
--8 Sep 1792
 
Vance, Charles (I31588)
 
199 A child named Leonhard Fessler Adam was born to Bernhard Adam in 1751. No Fesslers served as sponsors. Reason not clear. Fessler, Leonhard (I40319)
 
200 A Christina Blum received a share of OC distribution account--she is clearly NOT a daughter, so who he she?
 
Bollinger, Rudolph (I41414)
 

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