George Hatt

Male Abt 1712 -

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  • Name George Hatt 
    Born Abt 1712 
    • age guessed
    Gender Male 
    Died of Brecknock Twp., Lancaster County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I40913  South Central Pennsylvania Families
    Last Modified 9 Apr 2020 

    Father ??? Hatt 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F212  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Maria Magdalena Stengel,   d. of Brecknock Twp., Lancaster County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 30 Oct 1739  Earl Township, Lancaster County, Province of Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
     1. George Casper Hatt,   b. 14 Mar 1740, Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     2. Samuel Hatt,   b. 26 Feb 1742, Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     3. Johannes Hatt,   b. 21 Dec 1746, Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     4. Henrich Hatt,   b. Bef 17 Jun 1750, Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location  []
    Last Modified 9 Apr 2020 
    Family ID F2486  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

    • 1738 Robert & Alice:
      Conrad Heyt (or Hayt--none signed]
      Abraham Heyt
      Peter Heyt

      --Several Hatt migrants from Switzerland in 1750-1751 [Ref. PA German Immigrants]. Nothing found for a George Hatt/Hart/Halt thus far.

      Brecknock Twp. Tax Records:
      George Hatt, 1750-1770, 150A
      Casper Hatt, 1769-1773, 150A [freeman '69-70]
      John Hatt, 1769-1772, freeman
      Samuel Hatt, 1769-1772, freeman
      Henry Hatt, 1772-1773, freeman

      Earl Twp. Tax Records: NONE

      The Hatt family disappears from the area. They likely migrated elswhere.

      Is George Hatt the same person as George Halt, who had two sons baptized at Muddy Creek Lutheran in the mid-late 1740's? It appears so--Messners sponsor all children at baptism.

      155a Brecknock tp.
      26a war. 1 June 1749, sur. 18 9m. 1751 to George Hoat
      128a war. 15 May 1738, sur. 15 May 1745 to George Hoat
      --Both pat. 7 Oct 1762 to warrantee [AA-3-424]

      Tax Records:
      George Haat, 1750-1770, 150A
      Conrad Haat, 1769-1773, 150A [freeman '69-70]
      Leonard Mumma, 1778-1786, 140A
      Jacob Mumma, 1787, freeholder
      John Stock, 1788-89+, 140A

      P634: George Haat, yeoman, & his wife Magdalena of Brecknock tp. Leonard Mumma, yeoman, of Earl tp.
      155a Brecknock tp.: HISTORY: Same tract pat. 7 Oct 1762 to George Haat (Ref. PB AA-3-424).
      9 Aug 1773: Benjamin Lessle & ZD

      HH-202: John Stock, yeoman, & his wife Margaret of Brecknock tp. Leonard Muma, yeoman, of Earl tp.
      155a in Earl & Brecknock tps.: HISTORY: Same tract that the said Leonard Muma & his wife Catharine granted 14 Nov 1787 to John Stock.
      5 Feb 1789: Henry Frey & John Souder
      --Leonard Muma ack.sat. 8 Nov 1793.

      83a, 119p Brecknock tp.
      war. 2 June 1738 to Conrad Hoat
      sur. 24 7m. 1761
      pat. 13 June 1765 to William Adams [AA-6-287-or 281?]

      Nothing found-Conrad Hoat is assumed to be Conrad Haat-who is not found in tax records.

      --It appears that George & Conrad Haatt--perhaps brothers--immigrated prior to 1738. I have yet to find any possibilities in Strassburg & Hinke.

      Note: Hart and Hatt families are mixed in abstracted records below. I recommend reviewing ALL and searching for Hatz/Hart/Hatt together.

      Muddy Creek Lutheran KB:

      Johann George Halt [sic] & wife had baptized:
      1. Johannes b. 1746 sp. Michael Massner & wife Salome
      2. Henrich bp. 1750 sp. Casper Massner & wife Barbara

      Magdalena Haltin & George Waldhauer sp ch/o Christoph Waldhauer on 28 Apr 1754

      Samuel Hart & Anna Barbara Hornin sp ch/o Henrich Strehm on [c1758]
      Samuel Hart & Maria Barbara Benssin, both single, sp ch/o Peter Bens & wife Catharine on 16 Oct 1763
      Magdalena Hartin sp ch/o Peter Benss on 27 Jul 1766
      Nicholas Hart & M. sp ch/o Jacob Zeller & his wife Dorothea on 15 Apr 1787

      Jacob Greter m. 7 Nov 1738 Maria Barbara Hartin [Muddy Creek]

      Muddy Creek Reformed KB:

      Juliana of Johannes Kohlman and Christina, b. December 23, 1773,
      bapt. February 6, 1774. Spon: Conrad Hatt (Hart) and wife Juliana.

      Conf. Pentecost 1767:
      Anna Margaret Hatt, age 15
      Maria Cath. Hatt, age 15

      New Holland Lutheran KB:

      George Hatch [sic: compiler says largely obscured] had baptized:
      1. George Caspar b. 1740 sp. Casper Massner & Anna Maria Schwabin
      2. Samuel b. 1742 sp. Casper Massner & Anna Maria Schwabin

      [Note: In both the marriage record and these baptisms, recorded by Stoever, George's surname was written over. The marriage record indicates the two names overwritten were Hatch and Schwab.]

      George Casper Hatt & Maria Catharina Meintzer sp ch/o Adam Hiessner & wife Margaretha on 15 Aug 1762.

      Samuel Hatt & ______ Millerin, both single, sp ch/o Philip Snoter & wife Dorothea on 2 Dec 1770

      Maria Magdalena Haltin sp ch/o Jacob Beyer in Jan 1732

      Schwartzwald Reformed KB: Church Records: Selected Areas of PA, 1600s-1800s

      Philip Mohn son of Peter and --, b. February 25, 1794, bapt. April
      12, 1794. Sponsors: Philip Hatt and wife Susanna.

      Johannes Hatt son of Philip and --, b. June 14, 1794, bapt. June 29,
      1794. Sponsors: Johannes Mohn and wife Elisabetha.

      Henrich Hatt son of Philip and --, b. August 2, 1798, bapt. October
      23, 1798. Sponsors: parents.

      Jacob Hatt son of Philip and --, b. May 12, 1800, bapt. August 9,
      1800. Sponsors: Jacob Weitzel and wife Elisabetha.

      1791 January 24 - Matthias Hätt [ Hatt ] and Anna Maria Keim of Oley,
      Berks County.

      Johann Philip Hatt son of Philip and --, b. March 11, 1788, bapt. May
      11, 1788. Sponsors: Conrad Hatt and wife Anna Margaretha.

      1789 September 9 - Conrad Hatt, b. October 16, 1715.

      1793 May 17 - Conrad Hatt's widow, b. October 16, 1711.

      Johann Georg Materi son of Caspar and --, b. October 18, 1786, bapt.
      May 5, 1787. Sponsors: Johann Georg Hart and wife Magdalena.

      Hains KB:

      Henrich of Dietrich Maschall and wife, bapt. September 24, 1780.
      Sponsors: Henrich Hatt and Rosina Weizel.

      Son of Michael Grauel and wife, bapt. January 24, 1756. Sponsors:
      Conradt Hart and wife.

      Dietrich of Dietrich Marshall and wife, bapt. April 12, 1772.
      Sponsors: Philip Hart and Dorothea Esther.

      Margaretha of Dietrich Maschall and wife, bapt. May 23, 1774.
      Sponsor: Margaretha Hart.

      Daniel of Philipp Hatt and wife, b. May 24, 1789; bapt. June 20,
      1789. Sponsor: Daniel Mohn.

      Waldschmidt & Illing: None


      Feb. 25, 1739 - John Bontz (Bentz?) and Magdalena Hatt, Earl Town.

      Oct. 30, 1739 - John George Hatt and Maria Magdalena Staengel, Earl

      Allegheny Reformed KB:

      Conrad Lay son of Johannes and Maria Elisabeth, b. May 6, 1771, bapt.
      June 10, 1771. Sponsors: Conrad Hart and Anna Maria Kiefer.

      Berks County Probate Records:

      HATH, CONRAD, Cumru.
      May 24, 1788 - October 5, 1789.
      Provides for wife Margaretha.
      To eldest son Henry, 5 shillings for his father's birthright.
      To son Conrad £10 having had £60.
      To son Philip nothing, having had his portion in the land.
      To dau. Margareth £70.
      Also to daus. Maria Elisabeth, Anna Maria, Julians, and Catharine each
      £70. Son Philip and son-in-law Philip Klein-guiny.
      Wits: John HEBERLIND and Rudolph HEBERLING.
      Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

      BANCKLE, JOHANNES, Cumry. September 19, 1770 - October 11, 1770.
      Provides for wife Margaret, with son Christian who has now the
      possession of my plantation.
      Eldest son Johannes to have 5 shillings and remainder after the mothers
      death shall be divided in equal shares.
      Letters to son Christian.
      Wit: Frantz KRUCH, Conrad HAT, Henrich HETZEL.