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Frederick Alderfer

b. 18 May 1715, d. 7 November 1801
Last Edited12 January 2020

Frederick Alderfer was born on 18 May 1715 in GermanyG.1


Frederick Alderfer arrived at Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaG, on 11 August 1732 as Frederick Aldorffer, age 25, on the ship Samuel.2


Frederick Alderfer married Anna Detweiler in 1738.3


Frederick Alderfer died on 7 November 1801, at age 86.3


Frederick Alderfer was buried in Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .4

Children with Anna Detweiler (b. 17 November 1712, d. 18 January 1767)

SonJacob Alderfer+ (b. 5 January 1739, d. 16 July 1797)
DaughterMary Alderfer (b. 14 July 1742, d. 29 April 1777)
SonJohn Alderfer (b. 8 February 1745, d. 19 December 1820)
SonAbraham Alderfer (b. 4 November 1747, d. 17 April 1825)
SonJoseph Alderfer (b. 4 February 1751, d. 14 November 1831)
DaughterSusanna Alderfer (b. 10 March 1754, d. 17 April 1759)

Citations

  1. [S2662] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 166; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n359 : accessed 11 September 2018).
  2. [S3101] 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), 59-66; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/pennsylvaniagerm42stra/page/60 : accessed 12 January 2020).
  3. [S2663] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 167; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n361 : accessed 11 September 2018).
  4. [S2603] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Frederick Alderfer, number 39789220, Creator:Karen Marshall, Photo Chris Zabaska, accessed 28 January 2019. citing Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Anna Detweiler

b. 17 November 1712, d. 18 January 1767
Last Edited13 January 2020

Anna Detweiler was born on 17 November 1712.1


Anna Detweiler married Hans Klemmer say 1731 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.2


After her marriage she was known as Anna Klemmer.2


Anna Detweiler married Frederick Alderfer in 1738.2


After her marriage she was known as Anna Alderfer.2


Anna Detweiler died on 18 January 1767, at age 54.1


Anna Detweiler was buried in Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Children with Hans Klemmer (d. about 1737)

DaughterSusanna Klemmer (b. 14 December 1732, d. 28 March 1750)
DaughterCatharine Klemmer (b. say 1735)

Children with Frederick Alderfer (b. 18 May 1715, d. 7 November 1801)

SonJacob Alderfer+ (b. 5 January 1739, d. 16 July 1797)
DaughterMary Alderfer (b. 14 July 1742, d. 29 April 1777)
SonJohn Alderfer (b. 8 February 1745, d. 19 December 1820)
SonAbraham Alderfer (b. 4 November 1747, d. 17 April 1825)
SonJoseph Alderfer (b. 4 February 1751, d. 14 November 1831)
DaughterSusanna Alderfer (b. 10 March 1754, d. 17 April 1759)

Citations

  1. [S2604] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Anna Maria Detweiler Alderfer, number 39789391, Creator:Karen Marshall, Photo Chris Zabaska, accessed 28 January 2019. citing Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2663] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 167; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n361 : accessed 11 September 2018).

Jacob Alderfer

b. 5 January 1739, d. 16 July 1797
Last Edited11 January 2020

Jacob Alderfer was born on 5 January 1739 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Frederick Alderfer and Anna Detweiler.1

Jacob Alderfer married Elizabeth Kolb say 1770.1


Jacob Alderfer on 9 April 1792 purchased property located in Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, from Gabriel Schuler and Sophia Leydich for an unknown amount. The three parcels of land he purchased from his grandfather Gabriel Schuler and his wife Catherine. This deed was not recorded but was referenced after Jacob Alderfer died intestate and the land was sold to his son Isaaac.2


Jacob Alderfer died on 16 July 1797, at age 58, in Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Jacob Alderfer was buried in Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.3

Children with Elizabeth Kolb (b. 1748, d. 1827)

SonFrederick Alderfer (b. 22 September 1771, d. 11 July 1852)
SonIsaac Alderfer (b. 7 October 1773, d. 8 November 1842)
DaughterGertrude Alderfer (b. 29 October 1776, d. 18 April 1834)
DaughterAnn Alderfer (b. 14 May 1780, d. 17 November 1823)
SonJacob Alderfer (b. 15 August 1785, d. 2 March 1845)

Citations

  1. [S2661] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 168; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n363 : accessed 11 September 2018).
  2. [S2608] Montgomery County, Pennsyvania, Deed Book, 15: 18-20, Frederick Aldefer to Isaac Alderfer; digital image, "Deed Books 14-15 1800-1802", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSF1-3X4G?i=345&cat=228409, path image 346 : accessed 29 January 2019).
  3. [S2605] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Jacob Alderfer, number 48662681, Creator:N.D. Scheidt, Photo C. Schuyler, accessed 28 January 2019. citing Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth Kolb

b. 1748, d. 1827
Last Edited28 January 2019

Elizabeth Kolb was born in 1748.1


Elizabeth Kolb married Jacob Alderfer, son of Frederick Alderfer and Anna Detweiler, say 1770.1


After her marriage she was known as Elizabeth Alderfer.1


Elizabeth Kolb died in 1827, at age ~79.1

Children with Jacob Alderfer (b. 5 January 1739, d. 16 July 1797)

SonFrederick Alderfer (b. 22 September 1771, d. 11 July 1852)
SonIsaac Alderfer (b. 7 October 1773, d. 8 November 1842)
DaughterGertrude Alderfer (b. 29 October 1776, d. 18 April 1834)
DaughterAnn Alderfer (b. 14 May 1780, d. 17 November 1823)
SonJacob Alderfer (b. 15 August 1785, d. 2 March 1845)

Citations

  1. [S2661] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 168; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n363 : accessed 11 September 2018).

Frederick Alderfer

b. 22 September 1771, d. 11 July 1852
Last Edited29 January 2019

Frederick Alderfer was born on 22 September 1771 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Jacob Alderfer and Elizabeth Kolb.1

Frederick Alderfer married Elizabeth Hagey say 1795.1


Frederick Alderfer died on 11 July 1852, at age 80, in Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Frederick Alderfer was buried in Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .2

Citations

  1. [S2664] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 169; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n365 : accessed 11 September 2018).
  2. [S2606] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Frederick K Alderfer, number 51647034, Creator:Wilton Golson, Photo budgross, accessed 29 January 2019. citing Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Isaac Alderfer

b. 7 October 1773, d. 8 November 1842
Last Edited28 January 2019

Isaac Alderfer was born on 7 October 1773 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Jacob Alderfer and Elizabeth Kolb.1

Isaac Alderfer died on 8 November 1842, at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S2664] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 169; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n365 : accessed 11 September 2018).

Gertrude Alderfer

b. 29 October 1776, d. 18 April 1834
Last Edited28 January 2019

Gertrude Alderfer was born on 29 October 1776 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1
She was the daughter of Jacob Alderfer and Elizabeth Kolb.1

Gertrude Alderfer died on 18 April 1834, at age 57.1

Citations

  1. [S2664] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 169; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n365 : accessed 11 September 2018).

Ann Alderfer

b. 14 May 1780, d. 17 November 1823
Last Edited28 January 2019

Ann Alderfer was born on 14 May 1780 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1
She was the daughter of Jacob Alderfer and Elizabeth Kolb.1

Ann Alderfer died on 17 November 1823, at age 43.1

Citations

  1. [S2664] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 169; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n365 : accessed 11 September 2018).

Jacob Alderfer

b. 15 August 1785, d. 2 March 1845
Last Edited28 January 2019

Jacob Alderfer was born on 15 August 1785 in Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Jacob Alderfer and Elizabeth Kolb.1

Jacob Alderfer died on 2 March 1845, at age 59.1

Citations

  1. [S2664] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 169; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n365 : accessed 11 September 2018).

Elizabeth Hagey

b. 5 December 1772, d. 1 October 1852
Last Edited21 March 2019

Elizabeth Hagey was born on 5 December 1772 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Elizabeth Hagey married Frederick Alderfer, son of Jacob Alderfer and Elizabeth Kolb, say 1795.2


After her marriage she was known as Elizabeth Alderfer.2


Elizabeth Hagey died on 1 October 1852, at age 79.2


Elizabeth Hagey was buried in Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2607] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Elizabeth H. Hagey Alderfer, number 51647097, Creator:Wilton Golson, Photo budgross, accessed 29 January 2019. citing Lower Salford Mennonite Cemetery, Harleysville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2664] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 169; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n365 : accessed 11 September 2018).

John Beerbower

Last Edited29 January 2019


John Beerbower and Elizabeth Beerbower on 8 April 1808 sold property located in Vincent Township, Chester County, PennsylvaniaG, to Gabriel Schuler for an unknown amount. Described as a messuage Tenement and a tract of land in Vincent Township containing 28 acres and 15 perches. This deed was never recorded. It was referenced when William Shuler and Phillip Nyce executors of Gabriel Shuler's estate sold the land to George Emry.1

Citations

  1. [S2620] Chester County, Pennsylvania, Deed Book, H3: 305-306, William Shuler etal Exexrs to George Emry; image, "Deed books, G-3 (v. 55) 1812-1813 H-3 (v. 56) 1813-1816", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSNV-JH5T?i=465&cat=246232, path item 466 : accessed 6 February 2019).

Elizabeth Beerbower

Last Edited29 January 2019


Elizabeth Beerbower and John Beerbower on 8 April 1808 sold property located in Vincent Township, Chester County, PennsylvaniaG, to Gabriel Schuler for an unknown amount. Described as a messuage Tenement and a tract of land in Vincent Township containing 28 acres and 15 perches. This deed was never recorded. It was referenced when William Shuler and Phillip Nyce executors of Gabriel Shuler's estate sold the land to George Emry.1

Citations

  1. [S2620] Chester County, Pennsylvania, Deed Book, H3: 305-306, William Shuler etal Exexrs to George Emry; image, "Deed books, G-3 (v. 55) 1812-1813 H-3 (v. 56) 1813-1816", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSNV-JH5T?i=465&cat=246232, path item 466 : accessed 6 February 2019).

Michael Croll

b. 9 February 1738, d. 8 December 1795
Last Edited31 January 2019

Michael Croll was born on 9 February 1738.1


Michael Croll married Catharine Wentz say 1767 in PennsylvaniaG.2


Michael Croll Christian Sheid witnessed the will of John Nicolaus Eitemueller on 21 April 1787 in Marlborough Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.3


Michael Croll died on 8 December 1795, at age 57.1


Michael Croll was buried in Old Goshenhoppen Cemetery, Woxall, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Child with Catharine Wentz (b. 17 June 1745, d. 24 October 1825)

DaughterSarah Croll+ (b. 13 April 1769, d. 18 October 1831)

Citations

  1. [S2611] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Michael Croll, number 20202232, Creator:George Morneau, Photo Mike O, accessed 31 January 2019. citing Old Goshenhoppen Cemetery, Woxall, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2610] Frank Allaben, "The Croll Family Again," The Pennsyvania-German Vol. V No. 1 (January 1904: 36; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/pennsylvaniagerm05leba/page/36 : accessed 31 Jan 2019).
  3. [S2617] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Register of Wills, 1: 66-67, Nicholas Eidemiller Will; images, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-899B-294V-9?i=65&wc=9PM8-YWG%3A268497301%2C274383701&cc=1999196 : accessed 4 February 2019).

Catharine Wentz

b. 17 June 1745, d. 24 October 1825
Last Edited1 February 2019

Catharine Wentz was born on 17 June 1745.1


Catharine Wentz married Michael Croll say 1767 in PennsylvaniaG.2


After her marriage she was known as Catherine Croll.2


Catharine Wentz died on 24 October 1825, at age 80.1


Catharine Wentz was buried in Old Goshenhoppen Cemetery, Woxall, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Child with Michael Croll (b. 9 February 1738, d. 8 December 1795)

DaughterSarah Croll+ (b. 13 April 1769, d. 18 October 1831)

Citations

  1. [S2612] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Catharina Wentz Croll, number 20202220, Creator:George Morneau, Photo Mike O, accessed 31 January 2019. citing Old Goshenhoppen Cemetery, Woxall, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2610] Frank Allaben, "The Croll Family Again," The Pennsyvania-German Vol. V No. 1 (January 1904: 36; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/pennsylvaniagerm05leba/page/36 : accessed 31 Jan 2019).

Jacob Keeley

b. 1792, d. 1828
Last Edited31 January 2019

Jacob Keeley was born in 1792 in PennsylvaniaG.1


Jacob Keeley married Sophia Schuler, daughter of William Schuler and Sarah Croll, on 14 December 1813 in PennsylvaniaG.1


Jacob Keeley died in 1828, at age ~36, in PennsylvaniaG.1


Jacob Keeley was buried in Brownback UCC Church Cemetery, Spring City, Chester County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2613] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Jacob Keeley, number 38259403, Creator:Sandra Lytch, accessed 31 January 2019. citing Brownback UCC Church Cemetery, Spring City, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Eva Elizabeth Muth

b. 25 June 1729, d. before December 1777
Last Edited10 April 2019

Eva Elizabeth Muth was born on 25 June 1729 in Franconian Crumbach, GermanyG.


Eva Elizabeth Muth married John Nicolaus Eitemueller about February 1754.1


After her marriage she was known as Eva Elizabeth Eitemueller.1


Eva Elizabeth Muth died before December 1777 in PennsylvaniaG She would be dead before her husband remarried.2

Children with John Nicolaus Eitemueller (b. 1 March 1723, d. before 28 September 1787)

SonMichael Eitemueller
SonPhillip Eitemueller

Citations

  1. [S2615] Local heritage book Franconian Crumbach (http://www.ortsfamilienbuecher.de/famreport.php?ofb=fraenkisch_crumbach&lang=en&modus=&ID=01031723E&nachname=Eidenm%FCller : accessed 4 February 2019), "Johann Nicolaus EIDENMÜLLER"
  2. [S2616] "Pennsylvania Marriages, 1709-1940," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V26D-J5R : accessed 4 February 2019), entry for John Nicholas Eitenmueller and Catharine Lenn; citing Lutheran Church,Old Goshenhoppen,Montgomery,Pennsylvania; FHL microfilm 20,355..

Catherine Lenn

Last Edited15 April 2019


Catherine Lenn married John Nicolaus Eitemueller on 16 December 1777 in Lutheran Church, Old Goshenhoppen, Montgomery, PennsylvaniaG.1


After her marriage she was known as Catherine Eitemueller.1


John Nicolaus Eitemueller wrote a will on 21 April 1787 in Marlborough Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG. Catherine Lenn was bequeathed all of the personal estate not needed for debts and to be able to live on the property until she dies or remarries.2


Catherine Lenn was enumerated during 1790 on the 1790 U. S. census for Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Widow Edimiller. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males under 16 years old, 1 Free white females including heads of families.3


Catherine Lenn was enumerated during 1810 on the 1810 U. S. census for Marlborough Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Cathn Eidinmiller. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white females 45 years old and over.4

Child with John Nicolaus Eitemueller (b. 1 March 1723, d. before 28 September 1787)

SonJacob Eitemueller (b. say 1779)

Citations

  1. [S2616] "Pennsylvania Marriages, 1709-1940," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V26D-J5R : accessed 4 February 2019), entry for John Nicholas Eitenmueller and Catharine Lenn; citing Lutheran Church,Old Goshenhoppen,Montgomery,Pennsylvania; FHL microfilm 20,355..
  2. [S2617] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Register of Wills, 1: 66-67, Nicholas Eidemiller Will; images, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-899B-294V-9?i=65&wc=9PM8-YWG%3A268497301%2C274383701&cc=1999196 : accessed 4 February 2019).
  3. [S2743] 1790 U. S. census, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, p. 47 (written), line 42, Widow Edimiller; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 11 April 2019; citing NARA microfilm publication M367, Roll 9
  4. [S2760] 1810 U. S. census, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Marlborough Township, p. 1148 (written), line 3, Cathn Eidinmiller; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 15 April 2019; citing NARA microfilm publication M252, Roll 52

Jacob Karver

Last Edited13 April 2019


Jacob Karver resided in Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, on 21 April 1787.1


Jacob Karver and Henry Snyder were named as an executor of the will of John Nicolaus Eitemueller on 21 April 1787 in Marlborough Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2617] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Register of Wills, 1: 66-67, Nicholas Eidemiller Will; images, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-899B-294V-9?i=65&wc=9PM8-YWG%3A268497301%2C274383701&cc=1999196 : accessed 4 February 2019).

Henry Snyder

Last Edited13 April 2019


Henry Snyder and Jacob Karver were named as an executor of the will of John Nicolaus Eitemueller on 21 April 1787 in Marlborough Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Henry Snyder resided in Marlborough Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, on 26 February 1796.


Henry Snyder and Jacob Schuler were named as an executor of the will of Leonhart Schneider on 26 February 1796 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.2

Citations

  1. [S2617] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Register of Wills, 1: 66-67, Nicholas Eidemiller Will; images, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-899B-294V-9?i=65&wc=9PM8-YWG%3A268497301%2C274383701&cc=1999196 : accessed 4 February 2019).
  2. [S2494] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Register of Wills, 1: 540-541, Lenoard Snyder Will; online image, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G99B-297Z-P?i=277&cc=1999196&cat=231581, path Montgomery > Wills 1784-1808 vol 1-2 > image 278 of 642 : accessed 11 November 2018).

Christian Sheid

Last Edited4 February 2019


Christian Sheid Michael Croll witnessed the will of John Nicolaus Eitemueller on 21 April 1787 in Marlborough Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2617] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Register of Wills, 1: 66-67, Nicholas Eidemiller Will; images, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-899B-294V-9?i=65&wc=9PM8-YWG%3A268497301%2C274383701&cc=1999196 : accessed 4 February 2019).

Catharine Murray

b. 13 October 1801, d. 2 February 1873
Last Edited6 February 2019

Catharine Murray was born on 13 October 1801 in PennsylvaniaG.1


Catharine Murray married Levi Nyce, son of Phillip Nyce and Elizabeth Schuler, on 22 May 1825 in St. Mary´s Protestant Episcopal Church, Warwick, Chester County, PennsylvaniaG.2


After her marriage she was known as Catherine Nyce.2


Catharine Murray died on 2 February 1873, at age 71.1


Catharine Murray was buried in Saint Peter's UCC Cemetery, Knauertown, Chester County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2622] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Catharine Murray Nyce, number 24543650, Creator:Gina Reardon-Gaddis, accessed 6 February 2019. citing Saint Peter's UCC Cemetery, Knauertown, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2621] St· Mary´s Protestant Episcopal Church (Warwick, Chester County, Pennsylvania), Marriages, 89, Levi Nice and Catherine Murray; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2451/42154_331424-00047?pid=2022443162&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db%3D2451%26h%3D2022443162%26indiv%3Dtry&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=42154_331424-00047 , path item 48: accessed 6 February 2019); citing Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records.

Mathias Tyson

b. 1682, d. 8 April 1766
Relationship6th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited27 July 2019

Mathias Tyson was born in 1682 in GermanyG.1
He was the son of Cornelius Tyson and Margaret.2

Mathias Tyson was naturalized on 28 September 1709 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.3,4


Mathias Tyson married Barbara Sellen, daughter of Hendrick Sellen.


Cornelius Tyson wrote a will on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Mathias Tyson was bequeathed a horse named Brown, and 1/6 of the remaining estate after his mothers death.2


On 4 January 1739/40 Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of Peter Tyson to Catherine. Mathias Tyson and John Cunrards pledged security for the bond.5


Mathias Tyson died on 8 April 1766, at age ~84, in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Mathias Tyson was buried in Lower Skippack Mennonite Cemetery, Skippack, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2625] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Matthias Tyson, number 5362343, Creator:Scott Maxwell, Photo Lisa Phillips, accessed 9 February 2019. citing Lower Skippack Mennonite Cemetery, Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2352] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 54, Cornelius Tyson #69; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3NZ-W?i=239&cat=353446, path image 240 : accessed 3 September 2018).
  3. [S2333] John B. Linn and Wm. H. Egle, M.D., editors, Pennsylvania Archives Series 2 (Harrisburg: Lane S. Hart, 1878), Vol VII, Papers Relating to Provincial Affairs in Pennsylvania, 1682-1750, pages 113-114; database and images "Pennsylvania Archives," Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com/ : accessed 27 July 2019), path: Revolutionary War -> Browse all Revolutionary War Titles -> Pennsylvania Archives -> Series 2.
  4. [S2866] Pennsylvania Archives Colonial Records (Philadelphia: Jo. Severns & Co., 1852), Vol II, Minutes of the Provincial Council, pages 493-494; database and images "Pennsylvania Archives," Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com/ : accessed 27 July 2019), path: Revolutionary War -> Browse all Revolutionary War Titles -> Pennsylvania Archives -> Series 2.
  5. [S2351] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 1738-1739, File 96, Peter Tyson; digital image, Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-6GPS-KQK?i=534&cat=1876726, path Image 533-534 : accessed 3 September 2018).

Barabara Tyson

Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited18 August 2019
She was the daughter of Cornelius Tyson and Margaret.1

After her marriage she was known as Barbara Cunard.1


Barabara Tyson married Mathias Kunders, son of Thones Kunders and Leentje Doors, on 29 July 1706 in Abington Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1,2


After her marriage she was known as Barbara Cunnrad.2


Cornelius Tyson wrote a will on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Barabara Tyson was bequeathed 1/6 of the remaining estate after her mothers death.1


Barabara Tyson was named as an executor of the will of Mathias Kunders on 29 October 1725 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.3


Mathias Kunders wrote a will on 29 October 1725 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Barabara Tyson was bequeathed 8 pounds, 1/3 of the real estate when sold, 1/3 of personal estate.3

Children with Mathias Kunders (b. 25 January 1679/80, d. between 30 October 1725 and 1 April 1726)

SonCornelius Kunders
DaughterMagdalon Kunders
SonWilliam Kunders
SonJohn Kunders
SonMathias Kunders
SonAnthony Kunders (b. say 1707)
DaughterMargaret Kunders (b. 1709)

Citations

  1. [S2352] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 54, Cornelius Tyson #69; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3NZ-W?i=239&cat=353446, path image 240 : accessed 3 September 2018).
  2. [S2891] Abington Monthly Meeting (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746, 52, ; digital images and database, "U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2189/31906_283916-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=31906_283916-00027 , path Pennsylvania->Montgomery->Abington Monthly Meeting->Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746->Item 28: accessed 18 August 2019).
  3. [S2892] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 454-455, Mathias Cunrade; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3F6-R?i=403&cat=353446, path Item 404 : accessed 18 August 2019).

Mathias Kunders

b. 25 January 1679/80, d. between 30 October 1725 and 1 April 1726
Last Edited11 September 2019

Mathias Kunders was born on 25 January 1679/80 in Krefeld, County of Moers, GermanyG.1
He was the son of Thones Kunders and Leentje Doors.1

Mathias Kunders was also known as Mathias Cunrade.2


Mathias Kunders was also known as Mathew Cunnard.3


Mathias Kunders arrived with Grietgen Peters, Herman Isaaks op den Graeff, Derick Isacks op den Graeff, Abraham Isaaks op den Graeff, Margrit op den Graeff, Liesbet Isaaks van Beeber, Trintgen Jansen, Nolken Vijten, Rynear Tyson, William Strepers, Peter Kurlis, Elizabeth Doors, Agnes Kurlis, Martha Kurlis, Jan Luken, Merken Gastes, Thones Kunders, Leentje Doors, Conrad Kunders, John Kunders, Abraham Tunes, Beatrix Luken, Johann Lennsen, Mercken Pieters Schmitz, Leonhard Arets, Agnes Doors, Johannes Bleickers, Judith Priors, Gertsie Bleickers, and Peter Bleickers at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, on 6 October 1683 on the ship Concord.4


Mathias Kunders married Barabara Tyson, daughter of Cornelius Tyson and Margaret, on 29 July 1706 in Abington Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.5,35


Mathias Kunders wrote a will on 29 October 1725 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, executors Barabara Tyson.
He made the following bequests.2
  • wife Barabara Tyson 8 pounds, 1/3 of the real estate when sold, 1/3 of personal estate.2
  • Children equal shares of 2/3 of the real estate when sold, 2/3 of personal estate, mother's share after her death.2


  • Mathias Kunders died between 30 October 1725 and 1 April 1726 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.2


    His will was proved on 2 April 1726 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.2

    Citations

    1. [S2695] Abington Monthly Meeting (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Births and Deaths, 1682-1809 Vol. 1, 17, The Births of Tunes Kunders Children; digital images and database, "U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935," (https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?dbid=2189&h=1621100&indiv=try&o_vc=Record:OtherRecord&rhSource=61157 : accessed 31 March 2019).
    2. [S2892] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 454-455, Mathias Cunrade; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3F6-R?i=403&cat=353446, path Item 404 : accessed 18 August 2019).
    3. [S2891] Abington Monthly Meeting (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746, 52, ; digital images and database, "U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2189/31906_283916-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=31906_283916-00027 , path Pennsylvania->Montgomery->Abington Monthly Meeting->Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746->Item 28: accessed 18 August 2019).
    4. [S3090] Wilhelm Niepoth, "The Ancestry of the Thirteen Krefeld Immigrants of 1683," Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine Volume 31 Number 3 (1980: 192-193; digital image, Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (https://genpa.org/publications/pennsylvania-genealogical-magazine/pennsylvania-genealogical-magazine-volumes-31-35/pgm-volume-31-number-3/ : accessed 21 Dec 2019).
    5. [S2352] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 54, Cornelius Tyson #69; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3NZ-W?i=239&cat=353446, path image 240 : accessed 3 September 2018).

    Alitie Tyson

    Relationship6th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited12 January 2020
    She was the daughter of Cornelius Tyson and Margaret.1

    On 23 May 1708 Alitie Tyson was listed as a member of Mennonite Church, Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Peter Cunrads and Gertrude, John Cunrards, Sibilla Cunrads, and Johann Lennsen also were listed as members.2


    Alitie Tyson married John Cunrards, son of Peter Cunrads and Gertrude, say 1709 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


    After her marriage she was known as Alice Cunrads.1


    Cornelius Tyson wrote a will on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Alitie Tyson was bequeathed 1/6 of the remaining estate after her mothers death.1


    John Cunrards wrote a will on 13 December 1756 in Creesham, German Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Alitie Tyson, as Ealse Cunrads, was bequeathed all of his personal estate, a yearly income of 15 pounds to be paid by the executors starting a year after his death, as well as firewood, the use of the house, a piece of mowing ground of 2 acres, and an inclosed garden.3

    Children with John Cunrards (d. between 14 December 1756 and 3 March 1758)

    SonPeter Cunrads+ (b. say 1710, d. 1754)
    DaughterMargaret Cunrads (b. say 1712, d. after 1793)
    SonJohn Cunrads (b. say 1714, d. 1769)
    SonCornelius Cunrads (b. say 1716, d. 1766)
    DaughterBarbara Cunrads (b. say 1718)

    Citations

    1. [S2352] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 54, Cornelius Tyson #69; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3NZ-W?i=239&cat=353446, path image 240 : accessed 3 September 2018).
    2. [S2897] Samuel W. Pennypacker, The settlement of Germantown, Pennsylvania, and the beginning of German emigration to North America (Philadelphia: W.J. Campbell, 1899), 176; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/settlementofgerm01penn/page/176 : accessed 21 August 2019).
    3. [S3082] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, L: 93-97, John Cunrads #56; image, "Wills, v. L-M, 1757-1763", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-GDK4?i=77&cat=353446 : accessed 27 December 2019).