Flint, Blake, and Related Families.

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William Croll Schuler

b. 6 March 1812, d. 18 June 1870
Relationship2nd cousin 4 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited29 November 2018

William Croll Schuler was born on 6 March 1812 in Chester County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of William Schuler and Sarah Croll.1

William Croll Schuler died on 18 June 1870, at age 58, in PennsylvaniaG.1


William Croll Schuler was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Boyertown, Berks County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2517] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for William Croll Shuler, number 144787447, Creator:Sandra Lytch, Photo Mike O, accessed 29 November 2018. citing Fairview Cemetery, Boyertown, Berks County, Pennsylvania.

Leonard Knorr

b. 19 April 1741, d. 19 August 1824
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited2 June 2019

Leonard Knorr was born on 19 April 1741 in GermanyG.1


Leonard Knorr arrived at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, on 9 November 1767 on the ship Sally from Rotterdam, Netherlands, by way of Cowes, England.2


Leonard Knorr married Susanna say 1770.


12 December 1781 Salisbury Township, Northamptob County, PennsylvaniaG, Leonard Knorr was assessed tax.3


Leonard Knorr was a sponsor at the baptism of John Rantz on 19 February 1792 in Plainfield Reformed Church, Plainfield Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.4


Leonard Knorr was enumerated during 1800 on the 1800 U. S. census for Plainfield Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Leonard Knorr. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 10 thru 15 years old, 4 Free white males 16 thru 25 years old, 1 Free white males 45 years old and over, 2 Free white females 10 thru 15 years old, 1 Free white females 45 years old and over.5


Leonard Knorr died on 19 August 1824, at age 83, in Briar Creek, Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Leonard Knorr was buried in Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Children with Susanna (b. 14 May 1750, d. 1813)

DaughterElizabeth Knorr+ (b. February 1772, d. 2 July 1843)
SonHenry Knorr+ (b. 5 December 1773, d. 4 July 1838)
DaughterSusanna Knorr (b. 10 February 1776, d. 30 March 1842)
DaughterEva Catherine Knorr (b. 20 August 1778, d. 18 August 1826)
DaughterMaria Knorr (b. 5 March 1781, d. 11 November 1840)
SonJohn Knorr (b. July 1783, d. 17 September 1849)
DaughterHanna Knorr+ (b. 22 March 1789, d. 15 March 1850)

Citations

  1. [S2520] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Leonard Knorr, number 17807922, Creator:Tammy Clark, Photo Tammy Clark, accessed 10 December 2018. citing Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2846] Ralph Beaver Strassburger and William John Hinke, Pennsylvania German pioneers; a publication of the original lists of arrivals in the port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808 (Norristown, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934), 714; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/pennsylvaniagerm42stra/page/714 : accessed 10 April 2019).
  3. [S2851] Alfred Mathews: Austin N. Hungerford, History of the counties of Lehigh and Carbon, in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: Everts and Richards, 1884), part2, 402; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyofcountie02math/page/n9 : accessed 3 June 2019).
  4. [S2522] Plainfield Reformed Church (Plainfield Township, Northanpton, Pennsylvania), Records 1763-1853, 34, John Renss Baptism; digital images of transcribed records, Church records of twenty-eight churches in the Easton Public Library (Pennsylvania) (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/85507?availability=Family%20History%20Library , path v.M,MM Plainfield Reformed Church v.1-2 1763 -1875->Image 1054: accessed 16 December 2018).
  5. [S2551] 1800 U. S. census, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Plainfield Township, p. 608 (written), line 22, Leonard Knorr; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 1 January 2019; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 37

Susanna

b. 14 May 1750, d. 1813
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited2 May 2019

Susanna was born on 14 May 1750 in PennsylvaniaG.1


Susanna married Leonard Knorr say 1770.


After her marriage she was known as Susanna Knorr.


Susanna was a sponsor at the baptism of John Rantz on 19 February 1792 in Plainfield Reformed Church, Plainfield Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.2


Susanna died in 1813, at age ~63.1


Susanna was buried in Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG, FG  =.1

Children with Leonard Knorr (b. 19 April 1741, d. 19 August 1824)

DaughterElizabeth Knorr+ (b. February 1772, d. 2 July 1843)
SonHenry Knorr+ (b. 5 December 1773, d. 4 July 1838)
DaughterSusanna Knorr (b. 10 February 1776, d. 30 March 1842)
DaughterEva Catherine Knorr (b. 20 August 1778, d. 18 August 1826)
DaughterMaria Knorr (b. 5 March 1781, d. 11 November 1840)
SonJohn Knorr (b. July 1783, d. 17 September 1849)
DaughterHanna Knorr+ (b. 22 March 1789, d. 15 March 1850)

Citations

  1. [S2519] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Susanna Collier Knorr, number 17808009, Creator:Tammy Clark, Photo Gary Roberts, accessed 10 December 2018. citing Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2522] Plainfield Reformed Church (Plainfield Township, Northanpton, Pennsylvania), Records 1763-1853, 34, John Renss Baptism; digital images of transcribed records, Church records of twenty-eight churches in the Easton Public Library (Pennsylvania) (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/85507?availability=Family%20History%20Library , path v.M,MM Plainfield Reformed Church v.1-2 1763 -1875->Image 1054: accessed 16 December 2018).

Eva Catherine Knorr

b. 20 August 1778, d. 18 August 1826
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited5 January 2019

Eva Catherine Knorr was born on 20 August 1778 in PennsylvaniaG.1
She was the daughter of Leonard Knorr and Susanna.1

Eva Catherine Knorr was also known as Catharina.2


Eva Catherine Knorr married John Hess, son of Jeremiah Hess and Susan Elizabeth Keller, on 29 November 1796 in Easton, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.3


After her marriage she was known as Eva Catherine Hess.1


Eva Catherine Knorr was a sponsor at the baptism of Catherine Rantz on 18 May 1806 in Evengelical Lutheran Church, Mahony Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.2


Eva Catherine Knorr died on 18 August 1826, at age 47, in Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Eva Catherine Knorr was buried in Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2523] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Eva Catherine Knorr Hess, number 17805009, Creator:Tammy Clark, Photo xxx, accessed 16 December 2018. citing Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2310] Evengelical Luthern Church (Mahony Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania), Church Record, 2, Catharina Rentz Baptism; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA->Montour->Hemlock->Church of Christ->Hemlock Township Union Church->Image 82: accessed 19 August 2018); citing Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Copied and Translated by Rev A.S. Leiby, Easton Pa..
  3. [S2548] "Pennsylvania, Church Marriages, 1682-1976," database with images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2WF-Y4VJ : accessed 31 December 2018), entry for John Hess and Catarina Knor.

John Hess

b. 26 September 1776, d. 30 November 1850
Last Edited5 January 2019

John Hess was born on 26 September 1776.1
He was the son of Jeremiah Hess and Susan Elizabeth Keller.1

John Hess was also known as Johann.2


John Hess married Eva Catherine Knorr, daughter of Leonard Knorr and Susanna, on 29 November 1796 in Easton, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.3


John Hess was a sponsor at the baptism of Catherine Rantz on 18 May 1806 in Evengelical Lutheran Church, Mahony Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.2


John Hess Henry Ohl witnessed the will of John Dietrich on 18 February 1809 in Bloom Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.4


John Hess died on 30 November 1850, at age 74, in Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


John Hess was buried in Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2524] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for John Hess, number 17805055, Creator:Tammy Clark, Photo xxx, accessed 16 December 2018. citing Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2310] Evengelical Luthern Church (Mahony Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania), Church Record, 2, Catharina Rentz Baptism; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA->Montour->Hemlock->Church of Christ->Hemlock Township Union Church->Image 82: accessed 19 August 2018); citing Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Copied and Translated by Rev A.S. Leiby, Easton Pa..
  3. [S2548] "Pennsylvania, Church Marriages, 1682-1976," database with images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2WF-Y4VJ : accessed 31 December 2018), entry for John Hess and Catarina Knor.
  4. [S2546] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Books, 2: 98, Jojn Dietterich; digital image, "Wills 1772-1845 vol 1-3", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9SM-7C1W?i=273&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 274 : accessed 31 December 2018).

Andreas Rantz

d. say 1801
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited1 March 2019


Andreas Rantz married Barbara say 1760.1


In 1770 Andreas Rantz, as Andreas Rens, attended a Communion service at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Moore Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG. Barbara also attended this service.2


Andreas Rantz, as Andrew Rans, on 2 December 1771 recieved a Pennsylvania Land Warrant for property located in Moore Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG, for 5 pounds per 100 acres plus 1 penny per acre yearly quit rent. Described as 40 acres joining his other land and the land of Benjamin Kratzer. Warrant 62.3


Andreas Rantz was enumerated during 1790 on the 1790 U. S. census for Moore Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Andrew Ranse. Enumerated in this family were: 3 Free white males of 16 years old and upwards, including heads of families, 1 Free white males under 16 years old, 4 Free white females including heads of families.4


Andreas Rantz died say 1801 in Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.5


On 22 June 1801 the Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of Andreas Rantz to Barbara and John Rantz. Frederick Rantz and Philip Rantz pledged security for the bond.5

Children with Barbara

SonMichael Rantz+ (b. 1762, d. December 1820)
SonPhilip Rantz+ (b. about November 1764, d. 13 October 1827)
SonGeorge Rantz (b. about 1768)
DaughterMaria Euphronica Rantz (b. about 1769)
SonJohn Rantz (b. 30 April 1772)
SonFrederick Rantz (b. 13 May 1775, d. 9 July 1829)
DaughterSusanna Rantz (b. 20 August 1783)

Citations

  1. [S2525] A. S. Leiby, translator, "Church Record of The Evangelical Luthern Congregation of the Stone Church near Kreidersville, Allen Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania," typescript, 72; digital image, "Church records of twenty-eight churches in the Easton Public Library (Pennsylvania)," , FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/85507?availability=Family%20History%20Library, path v.SK Lutheran and Reformed congregations of Stone Church near Kreidersville 1773-1822->Image 649 : accessed 18 Dec 2018)
  2. [S2588] Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Moore Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records 1755-1839, 145, Johannes Rens; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Emmanuelsville->Luthern->Emmanuel Lutheran Church ->Image 15: accessed ).
  3. [S2587] "Pennsylvania, Land Warrants and Applications, 1733-1952," database with images, Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2350/33019_b078922-00049/121603 : accessed 6 January 2019), Andrew Rans, Warrant 62, 2 Dec 1771; citing Warrant Applications, 1733-1952. Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania State Archives. Land Warrants. Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg, PA.
  4. [S2526] 1790 U. S. census, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Moore Township, p. 283 (written) p. 53 (written), line 21, Andrew Ranse; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 19 December 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M367, Roll 8
  5. [S2533] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, 1: 248, Andrew Rentz; digital image, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SM-78KY?i=143&wc=9PMK-YWL%3A268495501%2C268509701&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 144 : accessed 23 December 2018).

Barbara

Relationship5th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited13 July 2019


Barbara was also known as Anna Barbara.1,2


Barbara married Andreas Rantz say 1760.3


After her marriage she was known as Barbara Rantz.3


In 1770 Barbara, as Anna Barbara Rens, attended a Communion service at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Moore Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG. Andreas Rantz also attended this service.4


On 27 May 1786 Barbara attended a Communion service at Evengelical Lutheran Congregation - Christ Union Church, Schoenersville, Lehigh County, PennsylvaniaG.


On 22 June 1801 Barbara and John Rantz were granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of Andreas Rantz by the Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG. Frederick Rantz and Philip Rantz pledged security for the bond.5

Children with Andreas Rantz (d. say 1801)

SonMichael Rantz+ (b. 1762, d. December 1820)
SonPhilip Rantz+ (b. about November 1764, d. 13 October 1827)
SonGeorge Rantz (b. about 1768)
DaughterMaria Euphronica Rantz (b. about 1769)
SonJohn Rantz (b. 30 April 1772)
SonFrederick Rantz (b. 13 May 1775, d. 9 July 1829)
DaughterSusanna Rantz (b. 20 August 1783)

Citations

  1. [S2534] Lutheran Congregation, Salem Union Church (Moorestown, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records 1774-1811, 15, Susanna Rentz; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Moorestown->United Church of Christ->Salem United Church of Christ->Image 10: accessed 23 December 2018).
  2. [S2535] Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Moore Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records 1755-1839, 20, Johannes Rens; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Emmanuelsville->Luthern->Emmanuel Lutheran Church ->Image 11: accessed 23 December 2018).
  3. [S2525] A. S. Leiby, translator, "Church Record of The Evangelical Luthern Congregation of the Stone Church near Kreidersville, Allen Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania," typescript, 72; digital image, "Church records of twenty-eight churches in the Easton Public Library (Pennsylvania)," , FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/85507?availability=Family%20History%20Library, path v.SK Lutheran and Reformed congregations of Stone Church near Kreidersville 1773-1822->Image 649 : accessed 18 Dec 2018)
  4. [S2588] Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Moore Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records 1755-1839, 145, Johannes Rens; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Emmanuelsville->Luthern->Emmanuel Lutheran Church ->Image 15: accessed ).
  5. [S2533] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, 1: 248, Andrew Rentz; digital image, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SM-78KY?i=143&wc=9PMK-YWL%3A268495501%2C268509701&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 144 : accessed 23 December 2018).

Phillip Hering

Last Edited19 December 2018


Phillip Hering was a sponsor at the baptism of Philip Rantz on 10 December 1764 in Lutheran Congregation, Tohickon Union Church, Bedminister Township, Bucks County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2527] William John Hinke, translator, A History of the Tohickon Union Church, Bedminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania (Meadvile, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania German Society, 1925), 367; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/pennsylvaniagerm3119penn/page/n949 : accessed 19 December 2018).

Frederick Rantz

b. 13 May 1775, d. 9 July 1829
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited6 January 2019

Frederick Rantz was born on 13 May 1775 in Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Andreas Rantz and Barbara.1

Frederick Rantz was baptized as Johann Frederich Rens on 25 June 1775 in Lutheran Congregation, Salem Union Church, Moorestown, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Frederick Rantz was enumerated during 1800 on the 1800 U. S. census for Bloom Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Frederick Rantz. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 26 thru 44 years old, 2 Free white females under 10 years old, 1 Free white females 26 thru 44 years old.2


On 22 June 1801 Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of Andreas Rantz to Barbara and John Rantz. Frederick Rantz and Philip Rantz pledged security for the bond.3


Frederick Rantz died on 9 July 1829, at age 54, in Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG.4


Frederick Rantz was buried in McHenry Cemetery, Orangeville, Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG.4

Citations

  1. [S2528] Lutheran Congregation, Salem Union Church (Moorestown, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records 1774-1811, 3, Johann Friderich Rens; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Moorestown->United Church of Christ->Salem United Church of Christ->Image 4: accessed 21 December 2018).
  2. [S2531] 1800 U. S. census, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Bloom Township, p. 760 (written), line 7, Frederick Rantz; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 22 December 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 37
  3. [S2533] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, 1: 248, Andrew Rentz; digital image, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SM-78KY?i=143&wc=9PMK-YWL%3A268495501%2C268509701&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 144 : accessed 23 December 2018).
  4. [S2529] W. P. A. Project No 5175, McHenry Cemetery Orange Twp (typescript, 1936, 10, Frederick Rantz; digital image, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," , Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451, path PA-Columbia->Orange Twp->Cemetery or Funeral->McHenry Cemetery->Image 12 : accessed 22 Dec 2018); citing Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 207.

John Rantz

b. 30 April 1772
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited6 January 2019

John Rantz was born on 30 April 1772 in Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Andreas Rantz and Barbara.1

John Rantz was baptized as Johannes Rens on 7 June 1772 in Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Moore Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG, sponsors Margretha.1


John Rantz was enumerated during 1800 on the 1800 U. S. census for Bloom Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family John Rantz. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males 26 thru 44 years old, 1 Free white males 45 years old and over, 1 Free white females 16 thru 25 years old, 1 Free white females 45 years old and over.2


On 22 June 1801 John Rantz and Barbara were granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of Andreas Rantz by the Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG. Frederick Rantz and Philip Rantz pledged security for the bond.3

Citations

  1. [S2535] Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Moore Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records 1755-1839, 20, Johannes Rens; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Emmanuelsville->Luthern->Emmanuel Lutheran Church ->Image 11: accessed 23 December 2018).
  2. [S2532] 1800 U. S. census, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Bloom Township, p. 760 (written), line 6, John Rantz; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 22 December 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 37
  3. [S2533] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, 1: 248, Andrew Rentz; digital image, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SM-78KY?i=143&wc=9PMK-YWL%3A268495501%2C268509701&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 144 : accessed 23 December 2018).

Susanna Rantz

b. 20 August 1783
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited6 January 2019

Susanna Rantz was born on 20 August 1783 in Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.1
She was the daughter of Andreas Rantz and Barbara.1

Susanna Rantz was baptized on 5 October 1783 in Lutheran Congregation, Salem Union Church, Moorestown, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2534] Lutheran Congregation, Salem Union Church (Moorestown, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records 1774-1811, 15, Susanna Rentz; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Moorestown->United Church of Christ->Salem United Church of Christ->Image 10: accessed 23 December 2018).

Margretha

Last Edited23 December 2018


Margretha married Johannes Leix.1


After her marriage she was known as Margetha Leix.1


Margretha was a sponsor at the baptism of John Rantz on 7 June 1772 in Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Moore Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2535] Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Moore Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records 1755-1839, 20, Johannes Rens; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Emmanuelsville->Luthern->Emmanuel Lutheran Church ->Image 11: accessed 23 December 2018).

George Rantz

b. about 1768
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited6 January 2019

George Rantz was born about 1768 in PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Andreas Rantz and Barbara.1

Citations

  1. [S2536] Evangelical Lutheran Congregation, Christ Church (Schoenersville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania), Records 1782-1887, 54, George Rentz; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA - Lehigh->Schoenersville->Lutheran->Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church->Image 102: accessed 24 December 2018).

Maria Euphronica Rantz

b. about 1769
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited6 January 2019

Maria Euphronica Rantz was born about 1769 in PennsylvaniaG.1
She was the daughter of Andreas Rantz and Barbara.1

Citations

  1. [S2537] Evangelical Lutheran Congregation, Christ Church (Schoenersville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania), Records 1782-1887, 54, Maria Euphronica; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA - Lehigh->Schoenersville->Lutheran->Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church->Image 102: accessed 24 December 2018).

Michael Rantz

b. 1762, d. December 1820
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited31 December 2018

Michael Rantz was born in 1762 in PennsylvaniaG.
He was the son of Andreas Rantz and Barbara.1

Michael Rantz married Sarah Dietrich, daughter of John Dietrich and Anna Margeretha, say 1795 in PennsylvaniaG.2,3


Michael Rantz was enumerated during 1810 on the 1810 U. S. census for Hemlock Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family M Rance. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males under 10 years old, 2 Free white males 10 thru 15 years old, 1 Free white males 45 years old and over, 2 Free white females under 10 years old, 1 Free white females 10 thru 15 years old.4


Michael Rantz died in December 1820, at age ~58, in Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG.3

Children with Sarah Dietrich (b. 7 September 1775)

SonJohn Rantz
SonMichael Rantz
SonWilliam Rantz
SonIsaac Rantz
SonJoseph Rantz

Citations

  1. [S2538] Luthern and Reformed Union Church (Moorestown, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Baptisms, 33, Michael Rents; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-1999," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/ , path PA - Northampton->Moorestown->United Church of Christ->Salem United Church of Christ->Image 43: accessed 24 October 2017); citing Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2546] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Books, 2: 98, Jojn Dietterich; digital image, "Wills 1772-1845 vol 1-3", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9SM-7C1W?i=273&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 274 : accessed 31 December 2018).
  3. [S2556] Columbia County, Pennsylvania, Orphans' Court Dockets, 1: 434, Petion of William Rantz for Writ of Partition of the Eastate of Micael Rantz; digital image, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SM-W1JL?i=254&cc=1999196&cat=311402, path Pennsylvania Probate Records,1683-1994-> Columbia-> Orphans' Court dockets 1814-1841 vol 1-3-> Image 255 : accessed 1 January 2019).
  4. [S2545] 1810 U. S. census, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Hemlock Township, p. 198 (written), line 9, M Rance; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 December 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M252, Roll 53

Hanna Knorr

b. 22 March 1789, d. 15 March 1850
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited2 January 2019

Hanna Knorr was born on 22 March 1789 in PennsylvaniaG.1
She was the daughter of Leonard Knorr and Susanna.1

Hanna Knorr was baptized on 31 May 1789 in St John´s Lutheran Church, Easton, Northampton, PennsylvaniaG.1


Hanna Knorr married Jacob H Hess say 1810.2


Hanna Knorr died on 15 March 1850, at age 60, in Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG.3


Hanna Knorr was buried in Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .3

Children with Jacob H Hess (b. 22 June 1784, d. 3 May 1843)

SonPeter Hess (b. 1815)
SonJohn Hess (b. 12 August 1830, d. 25 May 1909)

Citations

  1. [S2539] Evangelical Lutheran Church of St John (Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Records Vol 1 1769-1817, 30, Hanna Knorr; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA-Northampton->Easton->Luthern->St John´s Lutheran Church->Image 349: accessed 24 December 2018); citing Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2563] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Hannah Knorr Hess, number 43333035, Creator:Rodger, Photo Bill Siebert, accessed 2 January 2019. citing Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
  3. [S2540] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Hannah Knorr Hess, number 43333035, Creator:Rodger, Photo AmBoler, accessed 24 December 2018. citing Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Susanna Knorr

b. 10 February 1776, d. 30 March 1842
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited1 January 2019

Susanna Knorr was born on 10 February 1776 in PennsylvaniaG.1,2
She was the daughter of Leonard Knorr and Susanna.

Susanna Knorr was baptized on 28 April 1776 in Boehms Reformed Church, Blue Bell, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.G.2


Susanna Knorr married Frederick Dietrich, son of John Dietrich and Anna Margeretha, say 1794 in PennsylvaniaG. They had 3 children by 1800.3,4


After her marriage she was known as Susanna Dietrich.


Susanna Knorr died on 30 March 1842, at age 66, in Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Susanna Knorr was buried in Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2541] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Susanna Dietrich, number 43332773, Creator:Rodger, Photo Jeff Harvey, accessed 24 December 2018. citing Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2542] Boehm's Reformed Church (Blue Bell, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Baptisms, unk, Susanna Knorr; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA - Montgomery->Blue Bell->United Church of Christ->Boehm´s Reformed Church (United Church of Christ)->Image 14: accessed 25 December 2018); citing Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
  3. [S2543] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Frederick Dietrich, number 43332772, Creator:Rodger, Photo Jeff Harvey, accessed 27 December 2018. citing Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
  4. [S2553] 1800 U. S. census, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Plainfield Township, p. 606 (written), line 31, Frederich Dietrich; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 1 January 2019; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 37

Frederick Dietrich

b. 10 November 1773, d. 15 October 1849
Last Edited1 January 2019

Frederick Dietrich was born on 10 November 1773 Calculated birth date from death date less age at death.1
He was the son of John Dietrich and Anna Margeretha.2

Frederick Dietrich married Susanna Knorr, daughter of Leonard Knorr and Susanna, say 1794 in PennsylvaniaG. They had 3 children by 1800.1,3


Frederick Dietrich was enumerated during 1800 on the 1800 U. S. census for Plainfield Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Frederich Dietrich. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males under 10 years old, 1 Free white males 16 thru 25 years old, 2 Free white females under 10 years old, 1 Free white females 16 thru 25 years old.3


Frederick Dietrich and Henry Knorr were named as an executor of the will of John Dietrich on 18 February 1809 in Bloom Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.2


Frederick Dietrich died on 15 October 1849, at age 75.1


Frederick Dietrich was buried in Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2543] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Frederick Dietrich, number 43332772, Creator:Rodger, Photo Jeff Harvey, accessed 27 December 2018. citing Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2546] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Books, 2: 98, Jojn Dietterich; digital image, "Wills 1772-1845 vol 1-3", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9SM-7C1W?i=273&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 274 : accessed 31 December 2018).
  3. [S2553] 1800 U. S. census, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Plainfield Township, p. 606 (written), line 31, Frederich Dietrich; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 1 January 2019; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 37

Sarah Dietrich

b. 7 September 1775
Last Edited31 December 2018


After her marriage she was known as Sarah Rantz.1

Sarah Dietrich was born on 7 September 1775 in Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.2
She was the daughter of John Dietrich and Anna Margeretha.1,2

Sarah Dietrich was baptized on 24 September 1775.2


Sarah Dietrich married Michael Rantz, son of Andreas Rantz and Barbara, say 1795 in PennsylvaniaG.1,3

Children with Michael Rantz (b. 1762, d. December 1820)

SonJohn Rantz
SonMichael Rantz
SonWilliam Rantz
SonIsaac Rantz
SonJoseph Rantz

Citations

  1. [S2546] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Books, 2: 98, Jojn Dietterich; digital image, "Wills 1772-1845 vol 1-3", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9SM-7C1W?i=273&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 274 : accessed 31 December 2018).
  2. [S2547] Evangelical Luthern and Reformed Congregation (Mount Bethel Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania), Church Record, unk, Sara Ditherich; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA - Northampton->Upper Mount Bethel->Lutheran->Christ Lutheran Church->Image 6: accessed 31 December 2018); citing Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
  3. [S2556] Columbia County, Pennsylvania, Orphans' Court Dockets, 1: 434, Petion of William Rantz for Writ of Partition of the Eastate of Micael Rantz; digital image, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SM-W1JL?i=254&cc=1999196&cat=311402, path Pennsylvania Probate Records,1683-1994-> Columbia-> Orphans' Court dockets 1814-1841 vol 1-3-> Image 255 : accessed 1 January 2019).

John Dietrich

d. say March 1809
Last Edited1 January 2019


John Dietrich was enumerated during 1800 on the 1800 U. S. census for Plainfield Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family John Dietrich. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 45 years old and over, 1 Free white females 16 thru 25 years old, 1 Free white females 45 years old and over.1


John Dietrich wrote a will on 18 February 1809 in Bloom Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, executors Frederick Dietrich and Henry Knorr, witnesses Henry Ohl and John Hess.
He made the following bequests.2


John Dietrich died say March 1809 in Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.2


His will was proved on 3 April 1809 in Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.2

Children with Anna Margeretha

SonJacob Dietrich (b. 10 June 1768, d. 1 January 1835)
SonFrederick Dietrich (b. 10 November 1773, d. 15 October 1849)
DaughterSarah Dietrich+ (b. 7 September 1775)
DaughterMargaret Dietrich+ (b. 2 February 1779, d. 24 March 1856)

Citations

  1. [S2554] 1800 U. S. census, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Plainfield Township, p. 606 (written), line 32, John Dietrich; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 1 January 2019; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 37
  2. [S2546] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Books, 2: 98, Jojn Dietterich; digital image, "Wills 1772-1845 vol 1-3", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9SM-7C1W?i=273&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 274 : accessed 31 December 2018).

Anna Margeretha

Last Edited31 December 2018

Children with John Dietrich (d. say March 1809)

SonJacob Dietrich (b. 10 June 1768, d. 1 January 1835)
SonFrederick Dietrich (b. 10 November 1773, d. 15 October 1849)
DaughterSarah Dietrich+ (b. 7 September 1775)
DaughterMargaret Dietrich+ (b. 2 February 1779, d. 24 March 1856)

Henry Knorr

b. 5 December 1773, d. 4 July 1838
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited2 January 2019

Henry Knorr was born on 5 December 1773 in PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Leonard Knorr and Susanna.

Henry Knorr married Margaret Dietrich, daughter of John Dietrich and Anna Margeretha, say 1797.2


Henry Knorr was enumerated during 1800 on the 1800 U. S. census for Plainfield Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Henry Knorr. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males under 10 years old, 1 Free white males 26 thru 44 years old, 2 Free white females under 10 years old, 1 Free white females 16 thru 25 years old.3


Henry Knorr and Frederick Dietrich were named as an executor of the will of John Dietrich on 18 February 1809 in Bloom Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.2


Henry Knorr wrote a will on 30 April 1838 in Briar Creek Township, Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG.
He made the following bequests.4


Henry Knorr died on 4 July 1838, at age 64.1


Henry Knorr was buried in Union Church Lutheran Reformed Church Cemetery, Turbotville, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Children with Margaret Dietrich (b. 2 February 1779, d. 24 March 1856)

SonJohn Knorr
SonJacob Knorr
DaughterCaty Knorr
DaughterPolly Knorr
DaughterBetsey Knorr
DaughterSally Knorr
SonHenry Knorr (b. 11 February 1809, d. 13 August 1886)

Citations

  1. [S2550] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Henry Knorr, number 93010803, Creator:circlegirl, Photo Barry Keefer, accessed 1 January 2019. citing Union Church Lutheran Reformed Church Cemetery, Turbotville, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2546] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Books, 2: 98, Jojn Dietterich; digital image, "Wills 1772-1845 vol 1-3", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9SM-7C1W?i=273&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 274 : accessed 31 December 2018).
  3. [S2552] 1800 U. S. census, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Plainfield Township, p. 608 (written), line 24, Henry Knorr; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 1 January 2019; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 37
  4. [S2558] Columbia County, Pennsylvania, Wills and Administrations, 2: 84-86, Henry Knorr Will; digital image, "Wills and administrations v. 1-2 1813-1850", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-89SM-798P-T?i=332&cc=1999196&cat=306642, path Iamge 333 : accessed 2 January 2019).

Henry Ohl

Last Edited31 December 2018


Henry Ohl John Hess witnessed the will of John Dietrich on 18 February 1809 in Bloom Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2546] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Books, 2: 98, Jojn Dietterich; digital image, "Wills 1772-1845 vol 1-3", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9SM-7C1W?i=273&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 274 : accessed 31 December 2018).

Jacob Dietrich

b. 10 June 1768, d. 1 January 1835
Last Edited31 December 2018

Jacob Dietrich was born on 10 June 1768 in Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of John Dietrich and Anna Margeretha.2

Jacob Dietrich died on 1 January 1835, at age 66.1


Jacob Dietrich was buried in Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2549] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Jacob Dietterich, number 17803173, Creator:Tammy Clark, Photo BoBK, accessed 31 December 2018. citing Briar Creek Union Cemetery, Briar Creek, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2546] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Books, 2: 98, Jojn Dietterich; digital image, "Wills 1772-1845 vol 1-3", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9SM-7C1W?i=273&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 274 : accessed 31 December 2018).