Flint, Blake, and Related Families.

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Person Page 186

Mathias Kunders

Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited18 August 2019
He was the son of Mathias Kunders and Barabara Tyson.1

Citations

  1. [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).

Elizabeth Denis

Last Edited19 August 2019


Elizabeth Denis married John Kunders, son of Thones Kunders and Leentje Doors, on 28 April 1729 in Abington Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


After her marriage she was known as Elizabeth Cunrad.1

Citations

  1. [S2894] Abington Monthly Meeting (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746, 163, ; 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_283916-00080 , path Pennsylvania->Montgomery->Abington Monthly Meeting->Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746->Item 81: accessed 19 August 2019).

Peter Cunrads

d. before 14 August 1736
Last Edited12 January 2020


Peter Cunrads married Gertrude.1


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


Peter Cunrads died before 14 August 1736 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Children with Gertrude (d. before 14 August 1736)

SonJohn Cunrards+ (d. between 14 December 1756 and 3 March 1758)
DaughterCatherine Cunrads
DaughterSibilla Cunrads

Citations

  1. [S2896] Hannah Benner Roach, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," (, n.p., n.d.), item 360; digital images and database, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2451/40355_267497-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=40355_267497-00359, path PA-Statewide->Miscellaneous Locations->FamilyHistory->Hannah->Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents=>Item 360: accessed 20 Aug 2019); citing Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 855.
  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).

Gertrude

d. before 14 August 1736
Last Edited12 January 2020


Gertrude married Peter Cunrads.1


After her marriage she was known as Gertrude Cunrads.1


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


Gertrude died before 14 August 1736 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, She is not mentioned in the deed from her daughter's to John.1

Children with Peter Cunrads (d. before 14 August 1736)

SonJohn Cunrards+ (d. between 14 December 1756 and 3 March 1758)
DaughterCatherine Cunrads
DaughterSibilla Cunrads

Citations

  1. [S2896] Hannah Benner Roach, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," (, n.p., n.d.), item 360; digital images and database, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2451/40355_267497-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=40355_267497-00359, path PA-Statewide->Miscellaneous Locations->FamilyHistory->Hannah->Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents=>Item 360: accessed 20 Aug 2019); citing Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 855.
  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).

Catherine Cunrads

Last Edited12 January 2020
She was the daughter of Peter Cunrads and Gertrude.1

Catherine Cunrads married Claus Johnson.1


After her marriage she was known as Catherine Johnson.1

Citations

  1. [S2896] Hannah Benner Roach, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," (, n.p., n.d.), item 360; digital images and database, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2451/40355_267497-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=40355_267497-00359, path PA-Statewide->Miscellaneous Locations->FamilyHistory->Hannah->Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents=>Item 360: accessed 20 Aug 2019); citing Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 855.

Sibilla Cunrads

Last Edited12 January 2020


After her marriage she was known as Sibilla Custer.1
She was the daughter of Peter Cunrads and Gertrude.1

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


Sibilla Cunrads married Hermanus Custer.1

Citations

  1. [S2896] Hannah Benner Roach, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," (, n.p., n.d.), item 360; digital images and database, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2451/40355_267497-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=40355_267497-00359, path PA-Statewide->Miscellaneous Locations->FamilyHistory->Hannah->Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents=>Item 360: accessed 20 Aug 2019); citing Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 855.
  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).

Claus Johnson

Last Edited20 August 2019


Claus Johnson married Catherine Cunrads, daughter of Peter Cunrads and Gertrude.1


Claus Johnson resided in Beebers Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, on 14 August 1736.1

Citations

  1. [S2896] Hannah Benner Roach, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," (, n.p., n.d.), item 360; digital images and database, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2451/40355_267497-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=40355_267497-00359, path PA-Statewide->Miscellaneous Locations->FamilyHistory->Hannah->Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents=>Item 360: accessed 20 Aug 2019); citing Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 855.

Hermanus Custer

Last Edited20 August 2019


Hermanus Custer married Sibilla Cunrads, daughter of Peter Cunrads and Gertrude.1

Citations

  1. [S2896] Hannah Benner Roach, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," (, n.p., n.d.), item 360; digital images and database, "Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2451/40355_267497-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=40355_267497-00359, path PA-Statewide->Miscellaneous Locations->FamilyHistory->Hannah->Hannah Benner Roach Collection, Table of Contents=>Item 360: accessed 20 Aug 2019); citing Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 855.

Mary Roberts

Last Edited21 August 2019


Mary Roberts married Peter Tyson, son of Rynear Tyson and Margaret, on 27 March 1727 in Abington Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


After her marriage she was known as Mary Tyson.1

Citations

  1. [S2898] Abington Monthly Meeting (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746, 150, ; 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_283916-00074 , path Pennsylvania->Montgomery->Abington Monthly Meeting->Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746->Item 75: accessed 21 August 2019).

Sarah Jenkins

Last Edited21 August 2019


Sarah Jenkins married Isaac Tyson, son of Rynear Tyson and Margaret, on 24 April 1727 in Abington Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


After her marriage she was known as Sarah Tyson.1

Citations

  1. [S2898] Abington Monthly Meeting (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746, 150, ; 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_283916-00074 , path Pennsylvania->Montgomery->Abington Monthly Meeting->Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746->Item 75: accessed 21 August 2019).

Caspar Wistar

b. 3 February 1696, d. 21 March 1752
Last Edited26 August 2019

Caspar Wistar was born on 3 February 1696 in GermanyG.1


Caspar Wistar married Catherine Jansen in 1727 in PennsylvaniaG.1


Caspar Wistar and Catherine Jansen on 12 January 1739/40 sold property located in Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to Gabriel Schuler for 101 pounds, 14 shillings. Described as 101 acres and 143 perches
  • Beginning at a post at the corner of Caspar Wistar's other land in the line of John Johnson's land
  • Then South West 238 perches by the land of John Johnson and Gabriel to a post
  • Then South East 68.5 perches to a post
  • Then North East 238 perches to a post and stone at a corner of Hoffman's land
  • Then North West 68.5 perches to beginning.2


Caspar Wistar died on 21 March 1752, at age 56, in PennsylvaniaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2899] Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caspar_Wistar_(glassmaker), : accessed 26 August 2019) "Casper Wistar,".
  2. [S2900] Phiadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, G1: 54-55, Caspar Wistar to Gabriel Scholer; digital image, "Deed records v. G1-G2 1739-1766", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/227024?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 26 August 2019).

Catherine Jansen

Last Edited26 August 2019


Catherine Jansen married Caspar Wistar in 1727 in PennsylvaniaG.1


After her marriage she was known as Catherine Wistar.1


Catherine Jansen and Caspar Wistar on 12 January 1739/40 sold property located in Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to Gabriel Schuler for 101 pounds, 14 shillings. Described as 101 acres and 143 perches
  • Beginning at a post at the corner of Caspar Wistar's other land in the line of John Johnson's land
  • Then South West 238 perches by the land of John Johnson and Gabriel to a post
  • Then South East 68.5 perches to a post
  • Then North East 238 perches to a post and stone at a corner of Hoffman's land
  • Then North West 68.5 perches to beginning.2

Citations

  1. [S2899] Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caspar_Wistar_(glassmaker), : accessed 26 August 2019) "Casper Wistar,".
  2. [S2900] Phiadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, G1: 54-55, Caspar Wistar to Gabriel Scholer; digital image, "Deed records v. G1-G2 1739-1766", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/227024?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 26 August 2019).

James Pery

Last Edited27 August 2019


James Pery and Mary Combs were named as an executor of the will of Joseph Dennis on 26 July 1790 in Botetourt County, VirginiaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2901] Botetourt County, Virginia, Will Book, A: 375-376, J Dennis Will; FHL microfilm 30695.

Samuel Garwood

Last Edited27 August 2019


Samuel Garwood Joseph Garwood witnessed the will of Joseph Dennis on 26 July 1790 in Botetourt County, VirginiaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2901] Botetourt County, Virginia, Will Book, A: 375-376, J Dennis Will; FHL microfilm 30695.

Joseph Garwood

Last Edited27 August 2019


Joseph Garwood Samuel Garwood witnessed the will of Joseph Dennis on 26 July 1790 in Botetourt County, VirginiaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2901] Botetourt County, Virginia, Will Book, A: 375-376, J Dennis Will; FHL microfilm 30695.

Peter DeHaven

b. 3 December 1686, d. 23 May 1768
Last Edited22 April 2020

Peter DeHaven was born on 3 December 1686 in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Duchy of Berg, Holy Roman EmpireG.1
He was the son of Evert DeHaven and Lisbiet Shipbower.2

Peter DeHaven was also known as Pieter ten Heuven.3


Peter DeHaven married Sidona Levering, daughter of Wigard Levering and Magdalena Boker, on 24 December 1711.1,3


Peter DeHaven died on 23 May 1768, at age 81, in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


Peter DeHaven was buried in Boehms Cemetery, Blue Bell, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Citations

  1. [S2905] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Peter DeHaven, number 10880432, Creator:Melvin L. Halterman, Photo Joe Patterson, accessed 2 September 2019. citing Boehm Cemetery, Blue Bell, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S3137] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Evert Evard InDenHoffen/Dehaven, number 183202634, Creator:MGlazeHart, accessed 20 April 2020. citing Lower Skippack Mennonite Cemetery, Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
  3. [S3073] William J. Hinke, translator, "Church Records of the Neshaminy or Southhampton Dutch Reformed Church at Churchville, Bucks County, Pa. Vol. I 1710-1738," typescript, 1; digital image, "U.S., Presbyterian Church Records, 1701-1970," , Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/61048/47105_2421401697_2538-00001?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=47105_2421401697_2538-00005, path Pennsylvania -> Churchville -> North and Southampton Reformed Church -> Register ->1710-1820 -> Image 5 : accessed 25 Dec 2019); citing Church Registers. Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

William Strepers

b. about 1644, d. November 1717
Last Edited1 January 2020

William Strepers was born about 1644 in Kaldenkirchen, Duchy of Jülich, GermanyG.1
He was the son of Leonhard Strepers and Gertrude.1

William Strepers married Belcken Tuffers on 19 April 1663 in Kaldenkirchen, Duchy of Jülich, GermanyG.2


William Strepers 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, Peter Kurlis, Elizabeth Doors, Agnes Kurlis, Martha Kurlis, Jan Luken, Merken Gastes, Thones Kunders, Leentje Doors, Conrad Kunders, Mathias 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.3


William Strepers married Merken Luken, daughter of William Luken and Aelletgen, on 19 July 1685 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.4


William Strepers on 7 April 1710 obtained interest in property located in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, by quitclaim deed from Abraham Isaaks op den Graeff 116 acres. Witnessed by Johann Lennsen and Francis Daniel Pastorius.5


On 7 September 1710, in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), William Strepers, as William Streijpers, witnessed Henry Kunders and Trintie Strepers declare their intention to be married at Abington Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.6


William Strepers Francis Daniel Pastorius and Herman Grothausen witnessed the will of Cornelius Tyson on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.7


On 27 July 1716 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, William Strepers and Herman Grothausen as witnesses of Cornelius Tyson's wiil presented it for probate.7


William Strepers died in November 1717 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Children with Belcken Tuffers

SonPetter Strepers (b. before 7 December 1664)
SonDirk Strepers (b. before 22 August 1666)
SonLeonard Strepers (b. before 8 July 1668)
DaughterJennecken Strepers (b. before 16 December 1668)
DaughterLysken Strepers (b. before 25 January 1670)

Children with Merken Luken

SonLenert Strepers (b. 17 May 1686)
SonJohn Strepers+ (b. 16 July 1688)
DaughterTrintie Strepers (b. 8 December 1690)

Citations

  1. [S3085] Dieter Pesch and Johannes Herbergs, Brave new world: Rhinelanders conquer America : the journal of Johannes Herbergs (Germany: Martina Galunder-Verlag, 2001), 244.
  2. [S3084] Wilhelm Niepoth, "The Ancestry of the Thirteen Krefeld Immigrants of 1683," Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine Volume 31 Number 3 (1980: 199-200; 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 30 Dec 2019).
  3. [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).
  4. [S2908] James M Duffin and Don Yoder, Acta Germanopolis: records of the Corporation of Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1691-1707 (Philadelphia: Colonial Society of Pennsylvania, 2008)., 325
  5. [S3150] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, G-10: 302, Abraham Op den Graef to William Strepers; digital image, "Deeds (Philadephia County, Pennsylvania), 1683-1886 ; index to deeds, 1683-1916", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSFB-T9PB-8?i=162&cat=227024, path item 163 : accessed 14 May 2020).
  6. [S3128] "Marriage Certificates (Abstracts)," Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania 2:1 (June 1900: 66-67; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/publicationsofg190003gene/page/67/mode/1up : accessed 11 Apr 2020).
  7. [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).

Herman Grothausen

Last Edited3 September 2019


Herman Grothausen Francis Daniel Pastorius and William Strepers witnessed the will of Cornelius Tyson on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1


On 27 July 1716 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, Herman Grothausen and William Strepers as witnesses of Cornelius Tyson's wiil presented it for probate.1

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).

Mary Marle

b. 3 February 1702/03
Last Edited23 September 2019

Mary Marle was born on 3 February 1702/03 in Chester County, PennsylvaniaG.1
She was the daughter of Thomas Maurle and Margaret.1

Mary Marle was also known as Mary Maurle.2


Mary Marle married Abraham Luken, son of Jan Luken and Merken Gastes, on 24 April 1727 in Abington Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.2


After her marriage she was known as Mary Luken.2

Children with Abraham Luken (b. 16 September 1703)

DaughterMargaret Lucken (b. 12 April 1728)
SonJohn Lukens+ (b. 17 December 1729, d. 16 April 1813)
SonMathias Lukens (b. 18 November 1731)
SonWilliam Lukens (b. 23 April 1733)
SonAbraham Lukens (b. 21 February 1734/35)
SonDavid Lukens (b. 27 April 1737)
SonJoseph Luken (b. 14 July 1739)
DaughterMary Lukens (b. 22 May 1741)
SonJob Lukens (b. 25 September 1743)

Citations

  1. [S2914] Radnor Monthly Meeting (Delaware County, Pennsylvania), Births, 1682-1806, 19, Birth of Mary Maurle; digital images and database, "U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935," (https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/quakermeetmins/ , path Pennsylvania -> Delaware -> Radnor Monthly Meeting -> Births, 1682-1806 -> Image 33: accessed 22 September 2019).
  2. [S2913] Abington Monthly Meeting (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746, 151, ; 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_283916-00074 , path Pennsylvania->Montgomery->Abington Monthly Meeting->Men´s Minutes, 1682-1746->Item 75: accessed 22 September 2019).

Thomas Maurle

Last Edited23 September 2019

Children with Margaret

DaughterMary Marle+ (b. 3 February 1702/03)
DaughterSusannah Maurle (b. 25 July 1704)

Margaret

Last Edited22 September 2019

Children with Thomas Maurle

DaughterMary Marle+ (b. 3 February 1702/03)
DaughterSusannah Maurle (b. 25 July 1704)

Margaret Lucken

b. 12 April 1728
Last Edited23 September 2019

Margaret Lucken was born on 12 April 1728 in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1,2
She was the daughter of Abraham Luken and Mary Marle.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2917] Ellwood Roberts, Editor, Biographical annals of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, containing genealogical records of representative families, including many of the early settlers and biographical sketches of prominent citizens. (New York: T. S. Benham and Company, 1904), 504; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/biographicalanna01robe/page/n761 : accessed 23 September 2019).
  2. [S2918] John Woolf Jordan, editor, Colonial families of Philadelphia (New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1911), 748, Abraham Lucken; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/colonialfamilies01jord/page/748 : accessed 23 September 2019).

Rachel Robeson

b. 22 February 1729, d. before 4 September 1776
Last Edited25 September 2019

Rachel Robeson was born on 22 February 1729.1


Rachel Robeson was also known as Rachel Robinson.2


Rachel Robeson married John Lukens, son of Abraham Luken and Mary Marle, on 24 April 1753 in Goshen Monthly Meeting, Chester County, PennsylvaniaG.3


After her marriage she was known as Rachel Lukens.


Rachel Robeson died before 4 September 1776.1


Rachel Robeson was buried on 4 September 1776 in Friends Arch Street Meeting House Burial Ground, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1

Children with John Lukens (b. 17 December 1729, d. 16 April 1813)

SonAbraham Lukens (b. 16 July 1754, d. 16 September 1755)
SonJames Lukens (b. 25 April 1756, d. 15 February 1759)
SonJohn Lukens (b. 1758)
SonJob Lukens (b. 17 March 1759, d. 19 April 1764)
SonDavid Lukens (b. 18 October 1761)
SonElisha Lukens (b. 13 January 1763, d. 20 November 1763)
DaughterEdith Lukens (b. 9 October 1765)
SonGeorge Lukens (b. 4 November 1768, d. 11 May 1849)
SonJoel Lukens (b. 23 September 1770)

Citations

  1. [S2920] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Rachel Robinson Lukens, number 135300523, Creator:Barbara, accessed 24 September 2019. citing Friends Arch Street Meeting House Burial Ground, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S2918] John Woolf Jordan, editor, Colonial families of Philadelphia (New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1911), 748, Abraham Lucken; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/colonialfamilies01jord/page/748 : accessed 23 September 2019).
  3. [S2919] Goshen Monthly Meeting (Chester County, Pennsylvania), Minutes, 1747-1767, 97, ; digital images and database, "U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935," Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2189/31906_283790-00663?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=31906_283790-00721 , path Pennsylvania -> Chester -> Goshen Monthly Meeting -> Minutes, 1747-1767 ->Item 59: accessed 24 September 2019).

Mathias Lukens

b. 18 November 1731
Last Edited25 September 2019

Mathias Lukens was born on 18 November 1731 in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Abraham Luken and Mary Marle.1

Mathias Lukens married Mary Gray in 1769.1

Citations

  1. [S2918] John Woolf Jordan, editor, Colonial families of Philadelphia (New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1911), 748, Abraham Lucken; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/colonialfamilies01jord/page/748 : accessed 23 September 2019).

William Lukens

b. 23 April 1733
Last Edited25 September 2019

William Lukens was born on 23 April 1733 in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Abraham Luken and Mary Marle.1

Citations

  1. [S2918] John Woolf Jordan, editor, Colonial families of Philadelphia (New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1911), 748, Abraham Lucken; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/colonialfamilies01jord/page/748 : accessed 23 September 2019).