Felix Landis

Male - Bef 1739


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  • Name Felix Landis 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 29 Dec 1739  Lampeter Township, Lancaster County, Province of Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Person ID I32428  South Central Pennsylvania Families
    Last Modified 16 Mar 2018 

    Family Rosina ??? 
    Children 
     1. Felix Landis,   d. of Lebanon Twp., Lancaster County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     2. Feronica Landis  []
     3. Anna Landis  []
     4. Barbara Landis  []
    Last Modified 16 Mar 2018 
    Family ID F10778  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

    • 400A to Felix Landis

      1716: Survey to John Estaugh & the London Company, 6,871A
      1716: Warrant to Accept to the London Company, 6,871A
      1716: Resurvey to the London Company, 5,553A
      1718: Patent to the London Company, 5,553A (Patent A-5-306)
      1718: London Company to Felix Landis, 400A
      1737: Felix Landis to John Binckele, 200A (A13b)
      1737: Felix Landis to his son Felix Landis, Jr., 200A (A15)
      1747: Felix Landis, Jr., to Jacob Downer, 200A (B497)
      1768: John Binckele's heirs to his son Felix Binckele, 200A (X1; Y177)
      1768: Felix Binckele to Henry Binckele, 100A (Y180)
      1769: Henry Binckele to Christian Binckele, 100A (Y183)
      1772: Christian Binckele to the said Felix Binckele, 100A (Y186; Felix again holds 200A)
      1788: Felix Binckele's heirs to his son John Binckele, the younger, 50A, including a mill (GG-523; TT-421)
      1788: Felix Binckele's heirs to his son Johnson Binckele, 150A (GG-523; TT-421)
      1790: Johnson Binckele to his said brother John Binckele, the younger, 101A (LL-93; John now holds 151A)

      A13b: Felix Landus & his wife Rosannah of Lampeter tp. rel.to John Pinkly of same
      200a Strasburg tp., adjoining John Bundey, Jacob Kindrick, and Dorick Johnson: HISTORY: Part of 400a that Tobias Collet, Daniel Quare, Michael Russell's heirs, and Henry Gouldney, all of London, granted 19 & 20 Feb 1718 to the said Felix Landus.
      --25 & 26 Mar 1737

      A15: Felix Landus & his wife Rosannah of Lampeter tp. rel.to his son Felix Landus, Jr.
      200a Strasburg tp., adjoining John Bundey, Jacob Kindrick, and Dorick Johnson: HISTORY: Part of 400a that Tobias Collet, Daniel Quare, Michael Russell's heirs, and Henry Gouldney, all of London, granted 19 & 20 Feb 1718 to the said Felix Landus.
      --25 & 26 Mar 1737

      B497: Felix Landus & his wife Mary of Lebanon tp. rel.to Jacob Donner of Lampeter tp.
      200a Lampeter tp., adjoining John Bundely: HISTORY: Part of a larger tract that Collet, Quare & Gouldney of London granted 20 Feb 1718 to Felix Landus. On 25 & 26 Mar 1737, Felix Landus & his wife Rosannah granted the same to their son Felix Landus, Jr., the first party hereto.
      --1 & 2 Dec 1747

      C204: Jacob Downer & his wife Elizabeth of Lampeter tp. mort.to William Allen of Philadelphia
      200a Lampeter tp., adjoining John Bundely: HISTORY: Same tract acquired by Downer via Deed B498 [sic: actually B497].
      --22 Nov 1751
      --William Allen ack.sat. 26 Jan 1761 from Jacob Downer.

      X1: Ann Pinckle (or Pinckli), spinster, of Lampeter tp. gr.to her brother Felix Pinckle
      --Her undivided share of 200a Lampeter tp.: HISTORY: Late the estate of her father John Pinckle.
      16 June 1764: David Jenkins & GR

      Y177: Christian Binckly (or Binkle, or Pinkle) and Henry Binckle & his wife Frena, all of Lampeter tp., enf-rel.to their brother Felix Binckly, yeoman, of same
      --Their undivided parts of 200a Lampeter tp.: HISTORY: Late the estate of John Binckly, yeoman, of Lampeter tp., the father of all parties hereto.
      12 Jan 1768: JM & CW

      Y180: Felix Pinkley, yeoman, & his wife Ann of Lampeter tp. enf-rel.to Henry Pinkley, yeoman, of same
      100a Lampeter tp.: HISTORY: On 26 Mar 1737, Felix Landes & his wife Rosina granted 200a Lampeter tp. to John Pinkley. Said John Pinkley died leaving a widow named Barbara and issue four children, to wit, Felix, Henry, Christian, & Ann. On 16 June 1764, said Ann Pinkley granted her undivided share to said Felix Pinkley. On equal date herewith, Christian Pinkley and Henry Pinkley & his wife Frena granted their undivided parts to the said Felix Pinkley. On equal date herewith, the widow, Barbara, released her dower in and of the property.
      12 Jan 1768: JM & CW

      Y183: Henry Binckly, yeoman, & his wife Frena of Manor tp. enf-rel.to Christian Binckly, yeoman, of Lampeter tp.
      100a Lampeter tp.: HISTORY: It being the same tract as given in the preceding indenture.
      --17 June 1769: Rosina Hubley & JH

      Y186: Christian Binkly, yeoman, of Lampeter tp. enf-rel.to Felix Binkly, miller, of same
      100a Lampeter tp.: HISTORY: It being the same tract as given in the preceding indenture.
      --23 Mar 1772: James Ross & JR

      GG-523: Partition agreement between Johnson Binkley, yeoman, and John Binkley, miller, both of Lampeter tp.
      --Felix Binkley, the father of both parties hereto, died seized of 200a Lampeter tp. By his last will & testament dated 10 Aug 1775, Felix Binkley devised the same, including a mill, to his sons John & Johnson. Now, by agreement, the two brothers partition the property as follows: (1.) 50a Lampeter tp., including a mill, to John Binkley, and (2.) 150a Lampeter tp. to Johnson Binkley.
      13 Sep 1788: CS & Abraham Newcomer

      TT-421: Jacob Stoner & his wife Anna of Lampeter tp. [she being the late widow of Felix Binckly, late of same] and John Witmer, Sr., & Abraham Newcomer [the executors of the said Felix Binckley, as well as the guardians of his minor daughter Anna Binckly] quitclaim to John Binckly & Johnson Binckly
      200a Lampeter tp., includng the mills: HISTORY: By his last will & testament, Felix Binckly devised 200a Lampeter tp. to his sons John & Johnson, the parties hereto, subject to paying his widow Anna and his daughter Anna certain legacies out of the valuation. The said John Binckly has since been allotted 50a Lampeter tp., including the mill, and the said Johnson Binckly has been allotted 150a Lampeter tp. They have since discharged the aforementioned legacies.
      --13 Sep 1788

      HH-199: Johnson Binkley, yeoman, of Lampeter tp. mort.to John Witmer & Abraham Newcomer, both of same [the guardians of Ann Binkley, minor daughter of Felix Binkley, deceased]
      150a Lampeter tp.: HISTORY: Not given.
      --13 Sep 1788: John Binkley & CS
      --Abraham Huber ack.sat. 3 May 1798 [see the following record].

      HH-202: John Witmer & Abraham Newcomer assign the within mortgage [see the preceding indenture] to Abraham Huber. Said Abraham Huber is now the husband of Anna Binkley, the late ward of Witmer & Newcomer, parties hereto. 23 Feb 1789.

      LL-93: Johnson Binckley, yeoman, & his wife Elizabeth of Lampeter tp. enf-rel.to John Binckley, miller, of same
      101 ½ a. Lampeter tp.: HISTORY: Part of 150a that John Binckley, the party hereto, granted 13 Sep 1788 to Johnson Binckley, via a deed of partition.
      10 Feb 1790: CS Jr., CS, & Johannes Meyer

      Of interest:

      Y174: Michael Downer (or Dauner), yeoman, & his wife Magdalena of Lampeter tp. enf-rel.to John Binkle, miller, of same
      --Overflowed lands: HISTORY: Part of 5,553a pat. 25 June 1718 to Tobias Collet, Daniel Quare, & Henry Goldney (Ref. PB A-5-306). By sundry conveyances, Jacob Kindrick acquired 400 acres. He died intestate without issue. By law, his brother George Kindrick took right to the property. On 24 Dec 1731, George Kindrick & his wife Barbara granted 200a, located on both sides of the Pequea Creek, to Michael Downer (Ref. Phil. Deed G-1-18). // Said John Binkle has erected a milldam across the said creek, resulting in part of Michael Downer's lands being flooded.
      1 Feb 1755: Hans Guth & JB

      Y3-483: Benedict Mellinger & his wife Barbara of Columbiana County, Ohio (she being a daughter of Christian Binkley, miller, late of Lampeter tp., deceased). The said Christian Binkley died intestate seized of 105a Manheim & Lampeter tps., including a gristmill and a sawmill. He left a widow and 12 children (see the next indenture). Reference is made to Orphans Court records dated 15 Jan 1806, at which time the real estate was confirmed to David Binkley, the eldest son.
      --17 Dec 1807

      Y3-489: The following are children & heirs of Christian Binkley [see the preceding indenture, Y3-483]:
      1. Felix Binkley, yeoman, of Lampeter tp.
      2. Abraham Binkley, yeoman, of same
      3. Elizabeth Binkley, spinster, of same
      4. Anna Binkley, spinster, of Manheim tp.
      5. Mary Binkley, spinster, of Lampeter tp.
      6. Christian Frantz, yeoman, of Manheim tp. [the guardian of John Binkley]
      7. John Buchwalter, yeoman, of Lampeter tp. [the guardian of Henry Binkley]
      8. John Rohrer, yeoman, of Manheim tp. [the guardian of Christian Binkley & Esther Binkley]
      9. Christian Rohrer, yeoman, of Lampeter tp. [the guardian of Martin Binkley
      --9 May 1808

  • Sources 
    1. [S467] Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Estate Records.