Jacob Mellinger

Male - 1777


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  • Name Jacob Mellinger 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1777  Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Person ID I41579  South Central Pennsylvania Families
    Last Modified 2 Aug 2016 

    Father ??? Mellinger,   d. Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Magdalena ???,   d. Bef 15 Dec 1784, Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F11109  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Susanna ???,   d. of Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Susanna Mellinger,   b. Abt 1772  []
     2. Anna Mellinger,   b. Abt 1775  []
     3. Magdalena Mellinger,   b. Abt 1766,   d. of Allen Twp., Cumberland County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     4. Elisabeth Mellinger,   b. Abt 1769  []
    Last Modified 2 Aug 2016 
    Family ID F10526  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 


    • Cocalico tp. tax records:
      Jacob Mellinger, 1763-1775, 25A to 40A
      Widow Mellinger, 1778-1782, 25A

      Waldschmidt:
      Susanna Mullinger, widow of Jacob Mullinger, m. 16 May 1770 [sic] Johannes Border, son of the deceased Johannes Border

      OC 7 Mar 1780:
      JACOB MELLINGER, decd., yeoman (236)
      Adm. Susanna Mellinger & Jacob Mohler
      PA-BAL-DISTR according to law, to wit, to said Susanna Mellinger (the widow), Magdalena Mellinger, Elizabeth Mellinger, Susanna Mellinger, & Anna Mellinger

      OC 26 Mar 1780:
      JACOB MELLINGER, decd., late of Cocalico tp. (243)
      MC: Magdalena Mellinger (above 14) chooses Daniel Bowman of same GDN
      MC: Elizabeth, Susanna, & Anna Mellinger (all under 14) CA Jacob Keller of same GDN

      OC 26 Mar 1783:
      JACOB MELLINGER, decd., late of Cocalico tp. (150)
      MOT/o Jacob Keller, the GDN of MC Elizabeth, Susanna, & ________ Mellinger: Referees are appointed to value the rents of 25a of patented land in Cocalico tp. (now in the possession of John Porter, one of the administrators of the deceased) for the term of one year beginning on 22 March instant.

      OC 3 Sep 1783:
      JACOB MELLINGER, decd., late of Cocalico tp., blacksmith (211)
      REP/from referees: The rents of the real estate are value & appraised for the term of one year.

      OC 28 June 1784:
      JACOB MELLINGER, decd., late of Cocalico tp., yeoman (353)
      MOT/o Frederick Doublebaues (one of the creditors of the deceased) and Adm. Jacob Mohler: CIT to John Porter & his wife Susanna (one of the daughters of the deceased), John Breneisen (the GDN of MC Magdalena Mellinger), & Jacob Keller (the GDN of MC Elizabeth, Susanna, & Anna Mellinger) to appear on the first Tuesday in September next to show cause why they will not reimburse the said administrator Jacob Mohler monies out of the personal estate of the deceased so that he can pay the said Frederick Doublebaues a debt due him from the estate and discovered since a previous settlement.

      OC 1 Nov 1785:
      JACOB MELLINGER, decd., late of Cocalico tp. (209)
      PET/o John Breneisen (who is married to Magdalena, a daughter of the deceased): Said Jacob Mellinger died intestate seized in possession of a 25a tract of patented land in Cocalico tp., which the petitioner desires to hold. The deceased left a widow Susanna and four children, to wit, the said Magdalena @ John Breneisen, Elizabeth Mellinger, Susanna Mellinger, & Anna Mellinger (the last three are yet minors). RTBM at next OC.

      OC 6 Dec 1785:
      JACOB MELLINGER, decd., late of Cocalico tp., yeoman (223)
      REP/from SHF: 25a Cocalico tp. (patented land) confirmed to John Breneisen (who is married to the deceased's eldest daughter Magdalena); he to pay the other heirs.
      --The widow Susanna is to receive a yearly sum.
      --The debts of the estate are to be paid before the remaining balance can be distributed.
      --Michael Kneisley & Jacob Mohler are security for John Zuber.

      OC 8 Mar 1786:
      JACOB MELLINGER, decd., late of Cocalico tp. (271)
      Adm. Susanna Porter & Jacob Mohler
      PA-BAL: monies owed to the accountants-to be charged against the estate.

      GG-1: Jacob Keller, yeoman, of Cocalico tp. [the guardian of Elizabeth Mellinger, Susanna Mellinger, & Anna Mellinger, the minor children of Jacob Mellinger, deceased, yeoman, late of same] quitclaims to John Breneisen of Allen tp., Cumberland County [the husband of Magdalena, late Magdalena Mellinger, the eldest daughter of said Jacob Mellinger, deceased]
      --He acknowledges having received his wards' shares in and of their late father's real estate.
      2 Apr 1787: Jacob Mosser & AN

      N468: Jacob Keller, yeoman, & his wife Barbara of Cocalico tp. rel.to Jacob Mellinger, blacksmith, of same
      27-¾ a. Cocalico tp.: HISTORY: Part of 1,647a pat. 12 June 1734 to John White, merchant, of Philadelphia (Ref. PB A-6-349). Said John White granted 260a thereof to Henry Crebill (Ref. Philadelphia Deed F-10-357, recorded 29 May 1739). Said Henry Crebill and one Rudolph Negle made an agreement to exchange their plantations; however, no conveyance was made before Henry died. The following heirs of Henry Crebill released their right & claim to the 260a to Rudolph Negle: (1.) only son John Crebill, yeoman, of Earl tp., on 23 Dec 1757; (2.) Conrad Hildebrand & his wife Elizabeth [the late widow of Henry Crebill] on 7 May 1759; and (3.) Abraham Eby & his wife Barbara of Leacock tp. on 7 May 1759.
      On 25 Aug 1760, Rudolph Negle granted 100a (part of the 260a) to Jacob Keller & Joseph Mellinger. Said Joseph Mellinger & his wife Dorothy later assigned their undivided moiety to the said Jacob Keller.
      28 Mar 1771: JJ & Henrich Mohler

      T236: Adam Naess, yeoman, of Cocalico tp. mort.to Samuel Miles & William Wistar, merchants, of Philadelphia
      --Two tracts: (1.) 147a Cocalico tp. and (2.) 100a Cocalico tp. [reserving 50a that Adam Naess previously granted to Jacob Molinger]
      1. HISTORY: Same tract pat. 15 Jan 1749 to Michael Nuss, alias Nise [Ref. PB A-14-375]. By his last will & testament dated 5 Dec 1760, Michael Naess devised the same to his son Adam-subject to certain legacies paid to Adam's brothers and sisters. On 21 May 1777, the other heirs [not named] released the same to Adam Naess.
      2. HISTORY: On 28 Feb 1774, Adam Bower granted the same tract to Adam Naess.
      --23 Oct 1776: PMR & AS

  • Sources 
    1. [S26] An Index to the Will Books and Intestate Records of Lancaster County,Pennsylvania 1729-1850, Fulton, Eleanore J. and Barbara Kendig Mylin, (Name: Name: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1994;;).