Ephraim Ketcham1

M, b. 4 February 1685, d. between 8 August 1745 and 27 January 1746
FatherSamuel Ketcham1 b. 1630, d. 1707
MotherMary Titus1 b. 1649, d. bt 1711 - 1740
     Ephraim Ketcham was born on 4 February 1685 at Huntington, Suffolk County, New York.1 He married Mary Youngs at Huntington, Suffolk County, New York, in 1705.2,3 Ephraim Ketcham witnessed the New Tag of Jonathan Ketcham on 2 August 1707 at Huntington, Suffolk County, New York; "The Heirs of Jonathan Ketcham disagree in partition of his estate. It was finally agreed that Samuel Ketcham Jr. was to have the house, home lot and orchard; Nathaniel Ketcham to have certain lands; and Ephraim, Mary, Sarah, and Hester Ketcham, brother and sisters of Jonthan Ketcham, are referred to also (Liber I Deeds, Huntington, NY page 56) -- Seversmith, Colonial Families, pp. 1,716-17
also in Chance, The Ketcham Family in America, pp. 6-7.4,5
Ephraim Ketcham lived; NY.1 He left a will on 7 August 1745 at Suffolk County, New York; "His will, dated 7 August 1745, was proved 27 January 1745/6 and filed at Liber 15, p. 505 of Wills at New York City, New York" Seversmith.2 He died between 8 August 1745 and 27 January 1746 at Huntington, Suffolk County, New York.2 His estate was probated on 27 January 1745/46 at Huntington, Suffolk County, New York.4 He and Abijah Ketcham Abijah "received his father's gun and sword, which had been Jonathan's grandfather's" acc to Seversmith, Colonial Families, p. 1,720. on 27 January 1745/46.4 Ephraim Ketcham Source Mrs. Marianne Ketcham and Ketcham AA Ketcham Genealogy Joshua and Eleanor Soule Ketcham, incl in letter from Thelma Myers to Gary Rolph, prob May, 1972, with this note This was sent to me by a Mrs. K from Penn. She sent to Utah for it. III Ephraim Ketcham born Feb 4, 1685, Huntington, LI. Will probated Jan 27, 1745-6, Huntington; probably married Mary ----- mentioned in will. He supported the Presb Church. The will of Ephriam mentions oldest son Joseph, youngest son Jonathan, sons Abijah and Benjamin, and two daughters (names not mentioned). Son Joseph married 1729 at Huntington. No information as to when he moved to Beekman (Dutchesss Co NY) but he was on the 1760 Tax List of Beekman.1

Family

Mary Youngs b. 1689, d. bt 1746 - 1778
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, on line scanned pages from Colonial families of Long Island New YOrk, and Connecticut being the Ancestry & Kindred of Herbert Furman Seversmith by Herbert Furman Seversmth (Washington, DC: n.p., 1939), p. 1769 of 2581 Volume four Ketcham First Line, p 1720; scanned into Ancestry.com 2005.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, foley family tree.
  4. [S276] John M. Ketcham, July 2004; uploaded Sept 2000.
  5. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, on line scanned pages from Colonial families of Long Island New YOrk, and Connecticut being the Ancestry & Kindred of Herbert Furman Seversmith by Herbert Furman Seversmth (Washington, DC: n.p., 1939), p. 1765 of 2581 Volume four Ketcham First Line, p 1716; scanned into Ancestry.com 2005.
  6. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, My Gerard & Gardner Ancestors.

Mary Youngs1

F, b. 1689, d. between 1746 and 1778
     Mary Youngs was 'her name on deeds and will.2' She was born in 1689 at Huntington, Suffolk County, New York.1 She married Ephraim Ketcham at Huntington, Suffolk County, New York, in 1705.3,1 As of 1705,her married name was Ketcham.3 Mary Youngs lived; N.Y.2 She died between 1746 and 1778 at Suffolk County, New York; "she survived her husband" Seversmith.3

Family

Ephraim Ketcham b. 4 Feb 1685, d. bt 8 Aug 1745 - 27 Jan 1746
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, foley family tree.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, on line scanned pages from Colonial families of Long Island New YOrk, and Connecticut being the Ancestry & Kindred of Herbert Furman Seversmith by Herbert Furman Seversmth (Washington, DC: n.p., 1939), p. 1769 of 2581 Volume four Ketcham First Line, p 1720; scanned into Ancestry.com 2005.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, My Gerard & Gardner Ancestors.

Samuel Rathbun Sr1

M, b. 3 August 1672, d. 24 January 1757
     Samuel Rathbun Sr was born on 3 August 1672 at Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island.1 Samuel Rathbun Sr was also known as Samuel Rathbone.2 He married Patience Throckmorton-Coggeshall at New Shoreham, Block Island, Newport County, Rhode Island, on 3 November 1692.1 His estate was probated on 1 January 1757 at New Shoreham, Block Island, Newport County, Rhode Island.2 Samuel Rathbun Sr died on 24 January 1757 at New Shoreham, Block Island, Newport County, Rhode Island, at age 84.1 He was buried at New Shoreham, Block Island, Newport County, Rhode Island.2 He was research possibilities are see Apr 1981 The Rathbun- Rathbone- Rathburn Family Historian Vol. 1, #2, April 1981, p. 30.2 He left a will on 7 February 1757 at New Shoreham, Block Island, Newport County, Rhode Island; Land Evidence Vol. #3, Pages 422-424.2

Family

Patience Throckmorton-Coggeshall b. 13 Aug 1669, d. 3 Aug 1747
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S712] Barbara Bartholomew, Dec 2004; uploaded May 2004.

Patience Throckmorton-Coggeshall1

F, b. 13 August 1669, d. 3 August 1747
     Patience Throckmorton-Coggeshall was also known as Patience Throckmorton Coggeshall.2 She was born on 13 August 1669 at Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island.1 She married Samuel Rathbun Sr at New Shoreham, Block Island, Newport County, Rhode Island, on 3 November 1692.1 As of 3 November 1692,her married name was Rathbun.1 Patience Throckmorton-Coggeshall died on 3 August 1747 at New Shoreham, Block Island, Newport County, Rhode Island, at age 77.1

Family

Samuel Rathbun Sr b. 3 Aug 1672, d. 24 Jan 1757
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S712] Barbara Bartholomew, Dec 2004; uploaded May 2004.

Gertruy Maasen Van Bloemendaal1

F, b. 22 January 1689, d. between 1736 and 1750
FatherMaas Cornelius Van Bloemendaal1 b. c 1660, d. 1730
MotherJacomyntje Janse Gardiner1 b. 1664, d. Jul 1701
     Gertruy Maasen Van Bloemendaal was born on 22 January 1689 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York.1 As of circa 1710,her married name was Ostrander.1 She married Arent Ostrander at Kingston, Ulster County, New York, circa 1710.1 Gertruy Maasen Van Bloemendaal died between 1736 and 1750 at New York.1

Family

Arent Ostrander b. 5 Oct 1684, d. 27 Jun 1742
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Hendrickus Heermanse1

M, b. circa 1685, d. between 1720 and 1750
     Hendrickus Heermanse was born circa 1685 at New York.1 He married Annatje Van Wageman at New York circa 1710.1 Hendrickus Heermanse died between 1720 and 1750 at New York.1

Family

Annatje Van Wageman b. c 1690, d. bt 1720 - 1750
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Annatje Van Wageman1

F, b. circa 1690, d. between 1720 and 1750
     Annatje Van Wageman was born circa 1690 at New York.1 She married Hendrickus Heermanse at New York circa 1710.1 As of circa 1710,her married name was Heermanse.1 Annatje Van Wageman died between 1720 and 1750 at New York.1

Family

Hendrickus Heermanse b. c 1685, d. bt 1720 - 1750
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Samuel Thurston1

M, b. circa 1665, d. between 1700 and 1740
     Samuel Thurston was born circa 1665 at Rhode Island.1 He married Abigail Clarke at Rhode Island circa 1690.1 Samuel Thurston died between 1700 and 1740 at Rhode Island.1

Family

Abigail Clarke b. c 1670, d. bt 1700 - 1740
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Abigail Clarke1

F, b. circa 1670, d. between 1700 and 1740
     Abigail Clarke was born circa 1670 at Rhode Island.1 She married Samuel Thurston at Rhode Island circa 1690.1 As of circa 1690,her married name was Thurston.1 Abigail Clarke died between 1700 and 1740 at Rhode Island.1

Family

Samuel Thurston b. c 1665, d. bt 1700 - 1740
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Deacon Paul Fletcher1

M, b. 23 October 1679, d. 8 January 1736
FatherJoshua Fletcher1 b. 30 Mar 1648, d. 21 Nov 1713
MotherGrisell Jewell1 b. 19 Mar 1652, d. 17 Mar 1682
     Deacon Paul Fletcher was born on 23 October 1679 at Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 He married Deliverance Stevens at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, on 12 April 1705.1 He served in the Indian War around 1708.There was an army called the Snow-Shoe Men. It was made up of 51 men led by Thomas Harvey.It was formed because of an Indian massacre in 1706,at Amesbury,Mass.in which 8 people were killed.My 7th Great Grandfather,Charles Sargent,also served in this group,along with, Thomas & Joseph Sargent.2 Deacon Paul Fletcher 'He was in the snowshoe co formed dur Indian War in 1724.1' He was occup1 Deacon of the church; Westford tn treas 1731 in 1731.1 He died on 8 January 1736 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 56.1 He was buried at Fairview Cemetery, Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; email from John Chandler.1 He died on 8 January 1761 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 81.2 He In the 1871 Fletcher Gen (Fletcher Gen(1871), by Edward Fletcher, p. 32) he is listed as son of Joshua, but in 1881 edition he is listed as brother of Joshua. I believe the earlier is correct, because Paul brother of Joshua died young. According to History of Westford, by Rev. Edwin R. Hodgman AM 1883, p. 446, he settled in Westford, near Boutwell's meadow. He m. Deliverance Stevens in 1705, was deacon of the church, d 1736. He was prob the Paul Fletcher who was collector inWestford in the years 1728-9 mentioned in the history of the town by Hodgman. will written 1735 Dec 30 Westford, MA (Probate Court Record docket 7900); probated 1736 May25 in Middlesex County MA; Will mentions wife Deliverance, sons Timothy and John, daughters Mary Spaulden and Esther Adams, younger sons James and Ebenezer, underage daughters Luce, Deborah, and Lydia, non compos mentis daughter Sarah, and executors sons Timothy and James - email from John F. Chandler Westford Vital Records to the year 1849 (Essex Institute, 1915) has date of death Jan 6, 1736, ae 56; Fletcher has Jan. 8 1736.1

Family

Deliverance Stevens b. c 1685, d. bt 1736 - 1757
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S604] William Walker, July 2004; uploaded April 2004.

Deliverance Stevens1

F, b. circa 1685, d. between 1736 and 1757
     Deliverance Stevens was born circa 1685 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 She married Deacon Paul Fletcher at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, on 12 April 1705.1 As of 12 April 1705,her married name was Fletcher.1 Deliverance Stevens lived; of Chelmsford at date of marriage?1 She died between 1736 and 1757 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1

Family

Deacon Paul Fletcher b. 23 Oct 1679, d. 8 Jan 1736
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Joseph Blodgett1

M, b. 10 October 1689, d. 3 December 1761
FatherThomas Blodgett1 b. 25 Jun 1654, d. 30 Mar 1741
MotherMary Parkhurst1 b. 10 Aug 1657, d. bt 6 Dec 1694 - 9 Dec 1694
     Joseph Blodgett was born on 10 October 1689 at Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He and Dorothy Perham lived in 1710 at Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire; Res: About 1710 moved from West Precinct Chelmsford (later called Westford) to that part of Dunstable (NH) which in 1732 became Nottingham and in 1741 Nottingham West, now Hudson NH. In Nottingham West he built one of the first four houses, called the Blodgett Garrison House, and the site now marked: Site of Blodgett Garrison House Joseph & Dorothy Blodgett Their oldest son Joseph born here 9 Feb 1718 being the first white child born in this town (children recorded Dunstable MA but b Hudson NH.)2 He married Dorothy Perham at Dunstable, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, circa 1715.1 Joseph Blodgett died on 3 December 1761 at Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, at age 72; Dunstable, now Hudson, NH (in Nottingham West, now Hudson, VR.)2 He was buried at Blodgett Cemetery, Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.1 He 'JOSEPH Blodgett, s. of Thomas and Mary, b. in Chelmsford 10 Oct 1689; m. Dorothy Perham, dau of Joseph Perham, b. 9 Jul 1696. Built garrison, oldest son, Joseph Blodgett, b. Feb. 9, 1718, was 'the first white child b. in the town'-- see granite boulder on Philip J. Connell farm, 'about2 1/2 miles below the mouth of the Nashua River, nearly half way between the prsent river road and the Merrimack.' 'Tradition says he was a small, wiry man, and that he moved up the river to his farm in a canoe.' 'He d. 3 Dec 1761; Bur Blodgett Cem; His wife Dorothy, d. 6 Mar 1778. Bur. Blodgett Cemetary.' Source Webster Kimball, 'Webster's History of Hudson, N.H. 1673/1913' Hudson Hist. Society facsimile reprint 1977. p. 83. History of Hillsborough County, NH, compiled by Duane Hamilton Herd (1885). (p. 460) Joseph Blodgett is on first tax list of 1733 in Nottingham. (p. 479) 'Until 1741 the town was supposed to be wholly in MA and was under the laws and jurisdiction of that state; but upon the settlement of the province line in that year, the town was divided and the greater part fell within the limit of NH, and Notting ham in this state became a district and remained as such until 1746. There is no record of any town meeting or district meeting from Nov 22 1741 to Aug 9, 1743 at which last meeting the first district officers were elected. (p. 463) Long bitter controversy between NH and MA was settled in 1741 and a charter was granted by General Court of NH July 5 1746 and the name of the town was changed to Nottingham West, there being already a Nottingham in the east part of the state.' (p. 459) 'Nottingham West was incorporated by the General Court of New Hampshire, July 5, l746. These lands have always been known as 'Hill's Farms. . . . Two garrisons were built at or before the time of Lovewell's war, --- Joseph Blodgett's and John Taylor's. The Blodgett garrison was located about two and one-half miles below the mouth of the Nashua River, some distance west of the present River road, on the farm now owned by Philip J. Connell, which is a part of the original Blodgett farm. We have it from tradition that the first white male child born in the town, was a son of Joseph Blodgett. Joseph Blodgett was one of the first settlers, if not the first after Hills. We find recorded upon the old Dunstable records the following births Joseph Blodgett, born February 9, 1719; Ebenezer, January 3, 1721; Rebecca, February 3, 1728, Jonathan, December 5, 1730. And on the Nottingham records James Blodgett, born February 17, 1734, --- all children of Joseph and Dorothy Blodgett. Joseph Blodgett dies December 3, 1761, in the seventy-fourth year of his age, and his widow, Dorothy, died March 6, 1778, in the eighty-fourth year of her age. The descendents of Joseph Blodgett are numerous in this town. (p. 464) Joseph Blodgett place located near margin of the old burial ground. (p. 465) Oct 15, 1749, a road was laid out from Rev. Mr. Merrill's [Congregational Church was org Nov 30, 1737 and Rev. Merril was ordained the same day. He preached until 1796 when he died ] to the meeting-house beginning nr Rev. Mr. Merrill's orchard and running northerly through land of. . . Joseph Blodgett, Deacon Samuel Greeley, to the town land appropriated for the ue of the meeting house. This is the same road now known as the Back road or Burns road.' Joseph Blodgett an orginal lot holder of Masonian Grant of Wilton - History of Town of Wilton (Livermore, 1888), p. 33. Removed 1710 to that part of Dunstable now known as Hudson, NH (and had to live ina garrison because of the Indians). Asahel Blodgett history. History of Hudson -- Joseph Blodgett Garrison located about 3 miles southerly from Taylor Garrison and the Fletcher Garrison was 3 miles southerly from the Blodgett Garrison -- no one of which was more than 1/2 mile from the Merrimack R. Taylor Garrison on W side of Merrimack. Fletcher Garrison on River Road, just south of state line in what is now Tyngsboro, MA, and was occupied by Capt. Robert Fletcher. Joseph Blodgett Farm extended from the Merrimack River to the Hills Meadow, a distance of more than 1 1/2 miles, and contained about 200 acres. Led to settle where he did because his lot of land had been Indian corn field. Old cellar of garrison house still able to be seen in 1870. Joseph often chased by Indians, and once or twice saved from capture by the barking of his dog. Bronze plaque was erected in 1905 to mark where Garrison house was. Garrison house built on grounds sloping to south borders Merrimack R, a short walk by trail to the banks. Town had about 12- 14 inhabitants at this time, with trails conecting through unbroken forest. At the north was a fine spring of water. Family obtained water supply here. Descendants of the first Joseph include Judge Isaac N. Blodgett, Late Chief Justice of NH; Judge John T. Blodgett, of Providence RI; Judge Caleb Blodgett of Boston, MA; Jeremiah Blodgett and Caleb Blodget who were distinguished citizens of NH. Residences Exceeded Limit: became 1732 Nottingham; 1741 Nottingham West; now called Hudson, NH.1 He was plain slate stone marks resting place.1

Family

Dorothy Perham b. 3 Jul 1696, d. 6 Mar 1778
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1121] Blodget Descendants, online http://search.ancestry.com/Browse/BookView.aspx, p 10.

Dorothy Perham1

F, b. 3 July 1696, d. 6 March 1778
FatherDeacon Joseph Perham1 b. 22 Dec 1669, d. Jan 1758
MotherDorothy Hyde1 b. 23 May 1675, d. 1731
     Dorothy Perham was born on 3 July 1696 at Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; Blodgett Descendants has 3 Jul 1696; Joseph Hyde Descendants has 9 Jul 1696.2,3 She and Joseph Blodgett lived in 1710 at Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire; Res: About 1710 moved from West Precinct Chelmsford (later called Westford) to that part of Dunstable (NH) which in 1732 became Nottingham and in 1741 Nottingham West, now Hudson NH. In Nottingham West he built one of the first four houses, called the Blodgett Garrison House, and the site now marked: Site of Blodgett Garrison House Joseph & Dorothy Blodgett Their oldest son Joseph born here 9 Feb 1718 being the first white child born in this town (children recorded Dunstable MA but b Hudson NH.)2 Dorothy Perham lived; MA, NH.1 She married Joseph Blodgett at Dunstable, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, circa 1715.1 As of circa 1715,her married name was Blodgett.1 Dorothy Perham died on 6 March 1778 at Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, at age 81; Nottingham West Vital Records.2 She was buried at Blodgett Cemetery, Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.1 She ' woman of marked ability' Asahel Blodgett History.1

Family

Joseph Blodgett b. 10 Oct 1689, d. 3 Dec 1761
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1121] Blodget Descendants, online http://search.ancestry.com/Browse/BookView.aspx, p 10.
  3. [S1021] American ancestors.org, online www.americanancestors.org, NEHGR July 1917, Vol 71, p 262, "Four Generations of Descendants of Jonathan Hyde of Newton MA."

John Cram1

M, b. 12 January 1685/86, d. 1759
FatherThomas Cram1 b. 1644, d. bt 1714 - 1738
MotherElizabeth Weare1 b. 5 Jan 1658, d. s 1721
     John Cram was born on 12 January 1685/86 at Hampton Falls, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.2 They resided at Hampton Falls, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, between 18 February 1708 and 13 April 1712. "He settled first, after his marriage, in his native town, Hampton Falls. He and his wife were dismissed from the church at Hampton Falls, April 13 1712." p 12, quoting History of Lyndeborough, NH.3 He married Sarah Holt at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 18 February 1707/8.2 John Cram was a church member on 13 April 1712 at Hampton Falls, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; Apr 13, 1712, John Cram, Jr, his wife, Sarah, admitted to full communion. Dismissed to Wilmington (Hampton Falls NH Universalist Society Church, by Rev. Mr. Cotton, The History of Hampton Falls, Vol. 2.)4 They resided at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, between 1713 and 16 May 1727. "He was settled in Woburn Mass in 1713, and there all his remaining children were born. May 16 1727 he sold his Woburn property to Benjamin Abbot, and removed to Wlmington, MA." p. 12-13, quoting History of Lyndeborough, NH
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But Cram sourcebook thinks "Although after 1713 the Cram children's birth were recorded at Woburn it seems that the family actually resided at Hampton Falls where John served in various civic positions such as the following: October 1718 a member of the committee to hire a school master and highways (one of two); March 1721/22 selectman.".3 They resided at Wilmington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, between 16 May 1727 and 11 May 1737. "May 16 1727 he sold his Woburn property to Benjamin Abbot, and removed to Wilmington, MA. He united with the church in Wilmington, October 24 1733. On May 11 1737 he sold one-half of his farm to his son Jonathan, and settld in Salem-Canada.".4 They resided at Lyndeborough, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, in 1737. "In 1737 John and Sarah Cram of Wilmington MA were the first settlers in Salem-Canada, now Lyndeborough, NH, where John built a sawmill." p. 11 Cram Sourcebook.2,5 He witnessed Sarah Holt's death at Lyndeborough, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, on 1 October 1757.3 John Cram died in 1759 at Amherst, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire; "John died several years later in 1759 at Amherst, not far from Lyndeborough."3

Family

Sarah Holt b. 17 Jun 1678, d. 1 Oct 1757
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S278] Michael Cram, The Cram Sourcebook, Vl II (The American Line), p 11.
  3. [S278] Michael Cram, The Cram Sourcebook, Vl II (The American Line), p 12.
  4. [S278] Michael Cram, The Cram Sourcebook, Vl II (The American Line), p 13.
  5. [S1162] Abiel Abbott & Sewall Putnam Livermore, NH Wilton History, p 353.

Sarah Holt1

F, b. 17 June 1678, d. 1 October 1757
FatherHenry Holt2 b. bt 1644 - 1645, d. 13 Jan 1718/19
MotherSarah Ballard2 b. 1650, d. 25 Nov 1733
     Sarah Holt was born on 17 June 1678 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 They resided at Hampton Falls, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, between 18 February 1708 and 13 April 1712. "He settled first, after his marriage, in his native town, Hampton Falls. He and his wife were dismissed from the church at Hampton Falls, April 13 1712." p 12, quoting History of Lyndeborough, NH.3 She married John Cram at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 18 February 1707/8.4 As of 18 February 1707/8,her married name was Cram.4 They resided at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, between 1713 and 16 May 1727. "He was settled in Woburn Mass in 1713, and there all his remaining children were born. May 16 1727 he sold his Woburn property to Benjamin Abbot, and removed to Wlmington, MA." p. 12-13, quoting History of Lyndeborough, NH
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But Cram sourcebook thinks "Although after 1713 the Cram children's birth were recorded at Woburn it seems that the family actually resided at Hampton Falls where John served in various civic positions such as the following: October 1718 a member of the committee to hire a school master and highways (one of two); March 1721/22 selectman.".3 They resided at Wilmington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, between 16 May 1727 and 11 May 1737. "May 16 1727 he sold his Woburn property to Benjamin Abbot, and removed to Wilmington, MA. He united with the church in Wilmington, October 24 1733. On May 11 1737 he sold one-half of his farm to his son Jonathan, and settld in Salem-Canada.".5 They resided at Lyndeborough, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, in 1737. "In 1737 John and Sarah Cram of Wilmington MA were the first settlers in Salem-Canada, now Lyndeborough, NH, where John built a sawmill." p. 11 Cram Sourcebook.4,6 Sarah died on 1 October 1757 at Lyndeborough, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, at age 79.3

Family

John Cram b. 12 Jan 1685/86, d. 1759
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Hall Family Tree.
  3. [S278] Michael Cram, The Cram Sourcebook, Vl II (The American Line), p 12.
  4. [S278] Michael Cram, The Cram Sourcebook, Vl II (The American Line), p 11.
  5. [S278] Michael Cram, The Cram Sourcebook, Vl II (The American Line), p 13.
  6. [S1162] Abiel Abbott & Sewall Putnam Livermore, NH Wilton History, p 353.

Jacob Hamblet1

M, b. circa 1645, d. 1702
FatherWilliam Hamblet1 b. 30 May 1613, d. Jan 1702
MotherSarah Ives1 b. c 1610, d. 18 Jan 1689
     Jacob Hamblet was born circa 1645 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He married Hannah Parker at Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 22 July 1668.2 He witnessed Hannah Parker's death at Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 26 June 1669. In ye time of travail, not delivered - VRDeaths.2 Jacob Hamblet married Mary Dutton on 21 December 1669 at Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 He witnessed Mary Dutton's death at Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 9 July 1678. VR: Deaths 'of smallpox'.2 He married Mary Adverd at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, say 1680.2,3 Jacob Hamblet died in 1702 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 He Billerica VR Marriages does not have marriage of Jacob Hamblet and Mary Jaquith. Billerica VR Marriages records births of Jacob Hamblet and second wife Mary, but not Jacob and Mary Jaquith's children. Lost or in another town?. baptized in this ch -- Cambridge Ch Rcds, 17.1

Family 1

Hannah Parker b. 29 Oct 1645, d. 26 Jun 1669

Family 2

Mary Dutton b. 14 Sep 1651, d. 9 Jul 1678
Children

Family 3

Mary Adverd b. bt 1649 - 1651, d. bt 1690 - 1739
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Mellem-Kleen Links.
  3. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~qvarizona/…
    Jaquith Family.

Mary Adverd1

F, b. between 1649 and 1651, d. between 1690 and 1739
FatherHenry Adverd1 b. c 1610, d. 1653
MotherThomasine Manson1 b. c 1620, d. a 1653
     Mary Adverd is included in the biography of Henry Adverd and Thomasine Manson; Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, - Vol. I-IV (4). Boston, 1860-1862.
Volume 1
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Adverd, or Adford, Henry, Scituate 1640, m. 6 Oct. 1643, Thomasine Manson, had s. Experience; ds. Mary, Eliz. and Sarah; and d. at Rehoboth 1653. Mary m. 13 Mar. 1671, Abraham Jaquith of Woburn.2

Mary Adverd was born between 1649 and 1651 at Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.3 She was baptized on 29 June 1651 at Second Church of Scituate, Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; now Norwell- Scituate Vitals Baptisms "1651 ADVERD Mary, d. Henry, bp. June 29, 1651. C.R.2."; also in NEHGR Vol 57 (1903) p. 84; "daughter of Henry Adverd".4 As of 1671, Mary Adverd was also known as Mary Adford.5 As of 13 March 1671,her married name was Jaquith.6 She married Abraham Jaquith II at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 13 March 1670/71.7,3 She witnessed Abraham Jaquith II's death at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in March 1678. "Abraham served under Capt. Wheeler in King Philips War.__Abraham took up
residence in Woburn, the part now Wilmington, and was taxed there in 1666.
Source: Samuel Sewall, The History of Woburn, Middlesex County, Mass., from the
grant of its territory to Charlestown, in 1640, to the year 1860, Wiggin & Lunt,
Boston, 1868.

Abraham2 died in March 1678 of wounds suffered in King Philips War, leaving his wife Mary with three children under 6 years old..8,3 She married Jacob Hamblet at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, say 1680.6,3 As of say 1680,her married name was Hamblet.6 Mary Adverd died between 1690 and 1739 at Middlesex County, Massachusetts; "died Aft. 1689." rootsweb Jaquith family.3 She One source says Mary Colburn or Adford, but NE Marriages Prior to 1700 and Woburn VR both say Mary Adford (Adverd).1

Family 1

Abraham Jaquith II b. 19 Dec 1644, d. Mar 1678
Children

Family 2

Jacob Hamblet b. c 1645, d. 1702
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S320] James Savage, Savage's NE Settlers, found at "What Savage Had to Say about the Families of Woburn" http://www.yeoldewoburn.com/Savage.htm
  3. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~qvarizona/…
    Jaquith Family.
  4. [S519] George C. Turner, "Records of Second Church in Scituate."
  5. [S522] MA Woburn Vital Recods, online http://www.nehgs.org/research/database/woburn/default.asp
  6. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Mellem-Kleen Links.
  7. [S109] Payne Joyce Genealogy, online http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/rr02/…
  8. [S109] Payne Joyce Genealogy, online http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/rr02/…, citing George Oakes Jaquith and Georgetta May (Jaquith) Walker, The Jaquith Family in America, New England Histor Genealogical Society, 1982.

John Cutler1

M, b. 1656, d. 15 November 1709
FatherJohn Cutler2 b. c 1625, d. 1678
MotherOlive Thompson2 b. 1626, d. s 1662
     John Cutler was born in 1656 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; p. 608 "John Cutler, only son of John and Olive (Thompson) Cutler, was born about 1656.3 He and John Cutler were mentioned in the court record In 1678 a suit, brought by him against his trustees, was decided against him, and a judgement rendered for the town, amounting to £90, in satisfaction of the expense they had been a for his maintenance for 13 years previous. Whereupon all his lands were attached, and came into the possession of the town. But the selectmen agreed that all should be given by deed to his son, he paying £3 annually, until he had paid at the ratge of 40s per acre for a certain part, and the rest he should have gratis. He seems to have complied, and the family for generations remained in that part of Woburn, now Burlington. in 1678 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.4 He married Hannah Bellflower at Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 25 March 1678.5,4 He witnessed Hannah Bellflower's death at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 24 July 1681. Who died 24 July 1681, having borne him a daughter, Susanna, who seems likewise to have died young. p. 608 History of Woburn.5,3 He married Susanna Baker at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 22 May 1682.1 He witnessed Susanna Baker's death at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, say 1692. Based on date of marriage to 3rd wife.4 John Cutler married Elizabeth Pierce on 14 October 1692 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.5 John died on 15 November 1709 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.4

Family 1

Hannah Bellflower b. 17 Jan 1657, d. 24 Jul 1681
Children

Family 2

Susanna Baker b. 12 Apr 1663, d. s 1692
Children

Family 3

Elizabeth Pierce b. 1660, d. 9 Jan 1709/10
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S569] Harold Henderson, May, 2004; uploaded May 2004.
  3. [S1064] MA Middlesex Woburn history, online books.google.com.
  4. [S1065] Cutler Genealogical 1867, online archive.org/stream/genealogicalreco00mors.
  5. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry World Tree Project.

Susanna Baker1

F, b. 12 April 1663, d. say 1692
FatherJohn Baker2 b. 1633, d. 6 Nov 1695
MotherSusannah Martin2 b. 1633, d. 3 Dec 1714
     Susanna Baker was born on 12 April 1663 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; John m 2d 1682, Susanna Baker, b April 1663, dau of John and Susanna Martin B of W., - Genealogical Record p. 16.3 She married John Cutler at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 22 May 1682.1 As of 22 May 1682,her married name was Cutler.1 Susanna died say 1692 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Based on date of marriage to 3rd wife.3

Family

John Cutler b. 1656, d. 15 Nov 1709
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ford Family Tree.
  3. [S1065] Cutler Genealogical 1867, online archive.org/stream/genealogicalreco00mors.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry World Tree Project.

Joseph Grele1

M, b. 5 February 1652, d. 7 March 1745
FatherAndrew Greele2 b. c 1617, d. 30 Jun 1697
MotherMary Moyse2 b. s 1624, d. 24 Dec 1703
     Joseph Grele was also known as Joseph Greeley.2 He was born on 5 February 1652 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.2,3,1 He lived in 1677 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts; "He was of Haverhill Mass in 1677, and took the oath of allegiance December 11th of that year."2,4 He married Martha Wilford at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 7 February 1694/95.2,1 He remained in Haverhill as late as 1742, for Nov 13 1742, he and his wife Martha sold Thomas Cottle land in Haverhill, and in this deed he claims Haverhill as his residence. From Haverhill he removed to Hudson, NH, where he and his wife both died.4 Joseph Grele died on 7 March 1745 at Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, at age 93; Hudson NH Town Books - Josseph Grele being entered in his ninety fifth year departed this life March ye 7th Anno Domini 1745.2,1,5 He was buried at Hills Farm Cemetery, Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.2 He Source Greeley Genealogy (Greeley A) He was of Haverhill, Mass., in 1677, and took the oath of allegiance December 11th of that year. In 1694 the town offered four acres of land to anyone who would erect a mill, and Joseph Greele and Joseph Peasley accepted the offer. Mr. Greele, some years before, had partly finished a dam on the East Meadow Brook, but being unable to bear the expense, he was obliged to leave it. Greele and Peaslee having failed to build the mill, in 1696 the town gave Samuel Currier and Mr. Greele permission to build, and allowed them the use of ten acres of land for their accomodation and encouragement. But it seems that they did not make much progress that year, for Peter Patie applied to the town the next spring for the same privilege. The town refused Patie because they were already under obligations to Currier and Greele, who soon after erected the mill. It was located many years at a place known as Johnson's Mill, about one quarter of a mile from the mouth of the stream. It was the first mill erected anywhere on the stream. He sold his share of the mill about 1703 to John Currier, son of Samuel, his partner in the enterprise. He remained at Haverhill as late as 1742, for Nov. 13, 1742, he and his wife Martha sold Thomas Cottle land in Haverhill, and in this deed he claims Haverhill as a residence. From Haverhill he removed to Hudson, N.H., where he and his wife both died, their deaths being entered on the town books as follows - Joseph Grele being entered in his ninety fifty year departed this life March ye 7th Anno Domini 1745. Martha Grele wife to Joseph Grele deceased departed this life February ye 21st Anno Domini 1757 and in the eighty seventh year of her age.2

Family

Martha Wilford b. 18 Jan 1669, d. 21 Feb 1757
Children

Citations

  1. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 22.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 1.
  4. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 23.
  5. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 24.

Martha Wilford1

F, b. 18 January 1669, d. 21 February 1757
FatherGilbert Wilford1 b. bt 1635 - 1645, d. Jul 1676
MotherMary Dow1 b. 26 Apr 1644, d. bt 1715 - 1720
     Martha Wilford was born on 18 January 1669 at Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Martha Wilford was also known as Martha Corliss NEHGRecord 1936 (April) p. 202: "IN the memoir of Maj. Gen.. Adolphus Washington Greely, USA, published in the Register for January 1936, there appears on page 3 the statement that Joseph Greely, 1652-1745, of Haverhill and of Hudson, NH, married Martha Corliss. Joseph Greely married 7 February 1694/5 Martha Wilford (Vital Records of Haverhill MA, vol. 2, p. 140), born at Bradford 18 January 1669, daughter of Gilbert and Mary (Dow) Wilford.2 " As of 5 February 1695,her married name was Greeley.1 She lived; MA, NH.1 She married Joseph Grele at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 7 February 1694/95.1,3 As of 7 February 1694/95,her married name was Grele.1,3 Martha Wilford died on 21 February 1757 at Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, at age 88; Hudson NH Town Books - Martha Grele wife to Joseph Grele deceased departed this life February ye 21st Anno Domini 1757 and in the eighty seventh year of her age.1,3,4 She was buried at Hills Farm Cemetery, Hudson, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.1 She A Genealolgical Record of the Corliss Family in America (Yarmouth, ME 1875) has this differently. P. 237. GILBERT WILFORD resided in Ipswich MA in 1668. In 1675 he had built a cottage at Haverhill, MA. The inventory of his effects is dated July 1677. His widow married Matthew Clark, April 1679. He had the following children, born at Merrimack Mary (11), Nov. 18, 1667. Married John Corliss (4). Martha, Jan. 8, 1669-70, Married Joseph Greeley. And, born at Bradford, were Ruth, May 15, 1672. Married Thomas Ayer and had Ruth 1695- Josiah 1698- Thomas 1699- Gilberd 1702- Ruth 1705, who, with her mother, was killed by the Indians Aug. 29, 1708. Nathaniel, May 20, 1675, who was a soldier and probably died unmarried in 1706, when administration was granted his sister Martha. p. 3 of same book - John Corliss, b. Mar 4, 1648, d. Feb 17, 1698, married Dec 17, 1684, Mary Wilford, of Haverhill, MA, dau of Gilb ert Wilford, b Nov. 18, 1667, d ?, Residence Haverhill, Ma; Occupation; farmer-soldier [Mary [Wilford] Corliss married, second, William Whittaker, and had- Rachel, Nov. 4, 1703; Susannah, Jan. 13, 1705]. 7 children of John Corliss and Mary Wilford listed on p. 3. This John and Mary could not have been parents of Martha, because they were married 1684. That is why I have changed Martha Corliss to Martha Wilford Hoyt, The Old Famiilies of Salisbury and Amesbury (1897) has Martha Corliss; Haverhill records have Martha Wilford. Greeley Gen has Martha Corliss. Am Marriage Records before 1699 has Martha Corliss and Joseph Greeley, 5 Feb 1695, Haverhill, MA. another source has Martha Corliss (see notes.)1

Family

Joseph Grele b. 5 Feb 1652, d. 7 Mar 1745
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S565] NEHGS Website, online www.nehgs.org, from NEHG Register (1936), p. 202.
  3. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 22.
  4. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 24.

Johann Philip Boger1

M, b. 18 June 1714, d. between 1781 and 1790
FatherJohann 'Hans' Paulus Boger2 b. 27 Dec 1684, d. Mar 1765
MotherAnna Eva Fuchs2 b. 29 Dec 1691, d. bt 1733 - 1781
     Johann Philip Boger was also known as John Philip Boger.3 He was born on 18 June 1714 at Schwaigern, Heilbronn, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany; from Burgert, Eighteenth Century Emkigrants, Volume I, Northern Kraichgau, p. 69, "Joh Philip b 18 Jun 1714" Schwaigern Lutheran KB record.4 Johann Philip Boger was also known as Philip Boger.1 Johann Philip Boger was also known as Johann Filis Boger.1 He was a witness The protestants of the Palentine on the Ryne, now called Bavaria, Germany were obliged to leave their homes due to persecution (notes from The Genealogical Society of Iredell County, NC).
Ship list of Samual printed in Colonial Records Vol. III p. 431 cited in Penn. German Pioneers Vol I p. 60-62 by Ralph Strassburger
Paullus Boger, 40; Eva Bogerin, 35; Philip Boger, 18; Mathias Boger, 13; Michael Boger, 12; Justina Boger, 5. Northern Krauichgau also quotes Strassburger, Vol. I, p. 60, 61, 62, 64, 65.1,5 He witnessed the immigration of Johann 'Hans' Paulus Boger and Anna Eva Boger on 11 August 1732 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; Arrived in Philadelphia August 11, 1732 aboard the good ship "Samuel" commanded by Hugh Piercy of London.
Emigration: August 11, 1732, Ship Samuel Rotterdam to Philadelphia via Cowes [John Philip Boger Home Page].2,1 Philip Boger married Anna Margaretha Fix on 16 May 1742 at Lehigh County, Pennsylvania; Jordan Lutheran KB, Lehigh County: m 16 May 1742 Philip Boger and Anna Margaretha Fix - from the Northern Kraighau.2,6 Johann Philip Boger is included in the biography of Johann 'Hans' Paulus Boger and Anna Eva Boger; Ted Swager states: John Paul Boger and Anna Eva ?. John Paul b. 1692 in southern Germany.
Children:
John Philip b. 1714;
Matthias;
Michael b. 1720;
Justina b. 1727

Anna Eva and all children born in Germany.

Arrived in Philadelphia August 11, 1732 aboard the good ship "Samuel" commanded by Hugh Piercy of London.

Richard William Boger states:

I have a looseleaf notebook that was put together back in 12-31-1972 by a bunch of Bogar related people. There are 32 pages of descendants of John Philip Boger (son of John Hans Paulus Boger and Anna Eva Fuch. Peter b.1742-1823, Jacob 10-12-17445 12-25-1831, Daniel b.1748 in Pa died in Cabaarrus Co. NC Wife Elizabeth..(8) children.

John and Anna came over on ship Samuel 8-11-1732 out of Rotterdam landing in Phildephia.

"landed at Philadelphia with 217 Palatines, including the family of John/Hans Paul Boger. John/Hans Paul 40 his second oldest son John Philip 18. His wife Anna Eva Fuch Bogerin, daughter Justina and two more sons, John Micheal and Mathias Sr. Two of his children, John George and Ann Catharina died in Germany at a young age and the oldest son apparently stayed in the old country. One other son John Jacob born 1730 apparently died or may have been farmed out in the old country."2 Johann Philip Boger was taxed Boger, Philiph, fa'r, 2.4.0
Boger, Paul...
Tax list, Weisenberg Township, Lehigh County, 1772
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/lehigh/taxlist/1772weis.txt in 1772 at Weisenburgh/Maxatawny Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He immigrated circa 1773 to Cabarrus County, North Carolina.1 He died between 1781 and 1790 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; now Cabarrus County.4

Family

Anna Margaretha Fix b. c 1722, d. bt 1751 - 1790
Children

Citations

  1. [S506] Jerry E. Boger, February 2004.
  2. [S502] Bill Furr, 2008; uploaded Feb 2008.
  3. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  4. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, ~winwood/SS/.
  5. [S507] Annette Kunselman Burgert, Emigrants from The Northern Kraichgau.
  6. [S507] Annette Kunselman Burgert, Emigrants from The Northern Kraichgau, I, 69.

Anna Margaretha Fix1

F, b. circa 1722, d. between 1751 and 1790
     Anna Margaretha Fix was born circa 1722 at Germany.1 Anna Margaretha Fix was also known as Magdalena Bauerin One source indicated wife as Magdalena Bauerin.2
Anna Margaretha Fix was also known as Anna Margareta Fixing.2 She married Philip Boger, son of Johann 'Hans' Paulus Boger and Anna Eva Fuchs, on 16 May 1742 at Lehigh County, Pennsylvania; Jordan Lutheran KB, Lehigh County: m 16 May 1742 Philip Boger and Anna Margaretha Fix - from the Northern Kraighau.3,4 As of 16 May 1742,her married name was Boger.1 Anna Margaretha Fix died between 1751 and 1790 at North Carolina.1

Family

Johann Philip Boger b. 18 Jun 1714, d. bt 1781 - 1790
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S506] Jerry E. Boger, February 2004.
  3. [S502] Bill Furr, 2008; uploaded Feb 2008.
  4. [S507] Annette Kunselman Burgert, Emigrants from The Northern Kraichgau, I, 69.

Christian Wilhelm Waldborn1

M, b. April 1692, d. 11 December 1769
FatherJohann Adam Walborn2 b. 1666, d. bt 1742 - 1750
MotherAnna Elisabeth Feg2 b. c 1666, d. bt 1724 - 1750
     "He was a lad of 17 years when he left his native land and accompanied his parents to America. Christian and Catharina, with their family, were among those who settled in the Tulpehocken Settlement in 1723. In 1725, they were one of the thirty families of the Tulpehocken Settlement who met to discuss their plans for a place in which to hold their religious meetings, and also a permanent site for their members. Along with their plans were expressions of a need for a school for the instruction of their children. The church, called Rieth's or Zion's Church, took over five months to construct, and was completed in 1727. It was made out of crude logs and the pulpit was a huge round block, the base of a tree. Seats were split logs, and a large vault was built for safety beneath the earthen floor, as a stock place for their ammunition. Legend tells us that usually the pastor kept his old flint lock rifle in front of him as he preached. They had to be constantly on guard of Indian attacks. There was no fire-place, so the members had to warm themselves, in winter, by an outside fire before attending services inside. This church stood in the corner of the cemetery at Stouchsburg until the latter part of the nineteenth century, when it was destroyed by fire. In 1742, dissatisfaction among the members of the church arose from the influences of the Moravian body, which took over the Church's Services. The Lutherans and Reformed Members built, in 1743, their new church, The Christ Church (Lutheran later) on the west edge of Stouchsberg, Pennsylvania. It is in this same church yard that many of the earlier Walborn ancestors and their direct descendants are buried. From this church's early registries have come the birth and baptismal records of the Walborn Families of those early years. Christian and Catherina Walborn were Charter members of the Christ Lutheran Church, Stouchsburg, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and throughout their lives continued to be very active workers in the church. Christian quite often served the early church as Supply Pastor, though only a lay-minister. This is why he was usually referred to as "Reverend" Christian Walborn. Christian Wilhelm Walborn was Naturalized 13 Sept 1761, and was a very successful farmer on the Walborn Homestead. The ancestral home which was built on the large Walborn Homestead, still stands at the western edge of Myerstown, Lebanon County., Pennsylvania."2 Christian Wilhelm Waldborn was born in April 1692 at Idar, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany.1 He was christened on 27 November 1692 at Mosbach-Biebrich Church, Mosbach, Neckar-Oderwald, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.2 He was confirmed in 1707 at Mosbach-Biebrich, Wiesbaden, Urban District, Hesse, Germany.3 He married Catharine Elisabetha Batdorf at Schoharie County, New York, on 11 December 1717.2,3 Christian Wilhelm Waldborn left a will between 29 March 1764 and 11 December 1769 at Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; His will is recorded in Lancaster County, Will Book J-I p. 348: "In the name of God, Amen. I, Christian Walborn, of Hydelberg township in the County of Lancaster and Province of Pennsylvania, widower, being in health of body and of sound and disposing mind, memory, and understanding and considering the many accidents and casualties that attend, and will at length end this mortal life, do make and declare this my last Will and Testament. First, principally recommending my immortal spirit to the hands of my great Creator, trusting in the merits of my blessed Saviour for pardon and remission of all my sins, and a happy admission into the regions of bliss and immortality. And as to such worldly estate where-with it hath pleased God to bless me, I give, devise, and bequeath the same in the following manner: Imprimis, I will, order and direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid off and discharged as soon as conveniently may be after my decease. Item: I give and devise the plantation whereon I now live in Hydelberg township aforesaid containing about one hundred and seventy six acres, unto my loving son, Martin Walborn, to hold to him, the said Martin Walborn, his heirs and assigns forever, which said land was made over unto the said Martin by indenture or release, as by the same may appear, on condition that he, my son Martin, his heirs, executors or administrators, pay or cause to be paid unto my loving children hereafter named, yearly, the sum of twenty-five pounds lawful money aforesaid, until the aforesaid sum of five hundred pounds being fully and duly paid, the first payment of twenty-five pounds as aforesaid, to be made at the expiration of one year after my decease, unto my loving son Christian, and so to continue in yearly payments aforesaid, to each and every of my children, beginning at the said Christian (he being the youngest), to the oldest, to wit, Christian; Hermanus: Margreta Elizabeth, the wife of John Kurtz; Christina, the wife of John Albert; Catharina, the wife of Nicholas Miller; Margreta, the wife of George Conrad; Catharina, the wife of Christoph Kneble; Eva, the wife of Lorentz Hautz; Adam Walborn; the sum of twenty-five pounds unto my grandchildren, Peter and David Smith (sons of Peter Smith who was intermarried with my daughter, Mary Elizabeth, deceased) then beginning at said Christian and continue until the last as before mentioned. Item: I give unto my son Adam, the further sum of one shilling sterling, to be paid him six months after my decease, as his birth right (he being the oldest son), over and above his equal share with the rest of my children, and no more. Item: I will, order and direct that my personal estate be dived to and in eleven equal shares, to and among my children. to wit, Martin, Christian, Hermanus, Margereta Elizabeth, Christina, Catharina, Margreta Catherina, Eva, Adam, and my two grandsons, Peter and David, to have one share between them of said personal estate, as soon as conveniently may be after my decease. And lastly, I nominate and appoint my loving son Martin Walborn and son-in-law Christopher Kneble, executors of this, my Will and Last Testament. Hereby making void, all former and other will or wills by me heretofore made, declaring this and no other to be and contain my Will and last Testament. In witness whereof, I have hereto set my hand and seal, this twenty-ninth day of March ano domo 1764. Signed, saled, published, pronounced and declared by the within testator Christian Walborn as his Will and Last Testament in the presence of Peter Schanalbli Sabina (X) Snavely Philip Marstiller Sworn before me by Philip Marsteller, on the witnesses, this eleventh of December, 1769. Edw. Shipper, D.R.2 He died on 11 December 1769 at Hydelberg Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, at age 77.1,3

Family

Catharine Elisabetha Batdorf b. 1697, d. 1764
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S852] Fleurice Barrett Ancestors, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/c/h/…
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Johann Adam Walborn.

Catharine Elisabetha Batdorf1

F, b. 1697, d. 1764
FatherJohannes Jacob Peter Batdorf2 b. 1671, d. 1709
MotherAnna Maria Catharina Herber2 b. 1677, d. 1747
     Catharine Elisabetha Batdorf was born in 1697 at Badorf, Rhein-Erftt-Kreis, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.1 As of 1717,her married name was Waldborn.1 As of 1717,her married name was Walborn.2 She married Christian Wilhelm Waldborn at Schoharie County, New York, on 11 December 1717.2,3 Catharine Elisabetha Batdorf died in 1764 at Hydelberg Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Christian Wilhelm Waldborn b. Apr 1692, d. 11 Dec 1769
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S852] Fleurice Barrett Ancestors, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/c/h/…
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Johann Adam Walborn.

Peter Bechtel1

M, b. say 1710, d. between 1768 and 1800
     Peter Bechtel One Peter BECHTEL arrived Philadelphia on 22 Sep 1752 on the ship 'Brothers,' William MUIR, captain, from Rotterdam via Cowes, England. I have not been able to determine whether or not this Peter BECHTEL is the same individual as 'our' Peter Bechtel. Indeed, it is far from a proven fact that a Peter Bechtel was the father of the girl who married Bastian Lentz. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _UID 4177CDCAA75BBC49B313A2CAD0E864711533. He was Marriage; Person Source.2,3,4 He was born say 1710 at Germany.5 He was born say 1710 at France.6 He was born on 26 October 1726 at Germany.1 He married Anna Mareretha ? say 1735 at France.6 He married Anna Mareretha ? at Germany say 1735.7 Peter Bechtel and Anna Mareretha ? immigrated on 22 September 1752 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; Peter Bechtel arrived on the ship "Brothers," William Muir, captain, from Rotterdam via Cowes, England; Jim Lance - "One Peter Bechtel arrived Philadelphia on 22 Sep 1752 on the ship 'Brothers,' William Muir, captain, from Rotterdam via Cowes, England. I have not been able to determine whether or not this Peter Bechtel is the same individual as 'our' Peter Bechtel. Indeed, it is far from a proven fact that a Peter Bechtel wes the father of the girl who married Bastian Lentz."7,6 Peter Bechtel lived in 1767 at Berks County, Pennsylvania; tax? list for 1767.1 He died between 1768 and 1800 at Berks County, Pennsylvania.8

Family

Anna Mareretha ? b. s 1715, d. bt 1753 - 1816
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1324] Unknown author, Ralph Beaver Strassburger & William John Hinke, Pennyslvania Germon Pioneers 3 Vols. Norristown, PA, 1934. (3 Volumes, Norristown, PA, 1934), Vol. I, p. 481.
  3. [S1347] Unknown author, Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance, p. 353.
  4. [S1348] Unknown author, Thirty Thousand Immigrant Names in Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, p. 274.
  5. [S43] Gary Rolph guess, based on Anna Margaretha's possible birth date.
  6. [S7] James Lance, Ancestors and Descandants of Bastian & Dewalt Lentz,.
  7. [S611] Jim Lance, July 2004; uploaded Nov 2002.
  8. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Anna Mareretha ?1

F, b. say 1715, d. between 1753 and 1816
     Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _UID 737450A62268D842AB82AF0C1BA8C1FEEBBC. Anna Mareretha ? was born say 1715 at France.2 She was born say 1715 at Germany.3 She married Peter Bechtel say 1735 at France.2 She married Peter Bechtel at Germany say 1735.4 As of say 1735,her married name was Bechtel.1 Anna Mareretha ? and Peter Bechtel immigrated on 22 September 1752 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; Peter Bechtel arrived on the ship "Brothers," William Muir, captain, from Rotterdam via Cowes, England; Jim Lance - "One Peter Bechtel arrived Philadelphia on 22 Sep 1752 on the ship 'Brothers,' William Muir, captain, from Rotterdam via Cowes, England. I have not been able to determine whether or not this Peter Bechtel is the same individual as 'our' Peter Bechtel. Indeed, it is far from a proven fact that a Peter Bechtel wes the father of the girl who married Bastian Lentz."4,2 Anna Mareretha ? died between 1753 and 1816 at Pennsylvania.1

Family

Peter Bechtel b. s 1710, d. bt 1768 - 1800
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S7] James Lance, Ancestors and Descandants of Bastian & Dewalt Lentz,.
  3. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.
  4. [S611] Jim Lance, July 2004; uploaded Nov 2002.

Johann Jacob Klotz1

M, b. 6 June 1690, d. between 1752 and 1772
FatherMartin Klotz2 b. c 1665, d. bt 1691 - 1755
MotherVeronica Seidel3 b. 7 Nov 1668, d. 1692
     Don Yoder, ed., PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN IMMIGRANTS, 1709-1786, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1980, p. 75

Emigrants from Wuerttemberg: The Adolf Gerber Lists

KLOTZ, JOHANN JACOB (2) -- Simmozheim (1749)

Carpenter [Zimmermann]. Wf (2d) MARTHA (FEISSLER), cartwright's daughter [Wagnerstochter]. Ch: (1) Johann Jacob, b. 9-13-1726; (2) Ursula, b. 8-27-1732; (3) Johann Leonhard, b. 3-31-1734. Ludwigsburg Protocol, 4-17-1749, permission to emigrate, without specifying destination. // JACOB KLOTZ, with JACOB KLOTZ, sick, and HANS LEONHARDT KLOTZ, "Chesterfield", September 2, 1749. Hinkle, I, 393. Estate of PHILIP JACOB TRAUTMAN, Rockland Tp., Berks Co., Pa., March 20, 1793, administration to MARIA, the widow, and JACOB KLOZ, brother-in-law, Berks County Will Abstracts, I, 504. 3PA, 18, 56: JACOB KLOTZ and MARTIN KLOTZ, weaver, Western District Tp., Berks Co., Pa., 1767. 3PA, 18, 11: LEONARD KLOTZ, Rockland Tp., Berks Co., Pa., 1767. 3PA, 25, 728: JACOB KLOTZ, 400 acres, Huntingdon Co., Pa., survey June 17, 1793.

[Note: Actual Simmozheim church records give a much longer list of children of Johann Jacob Klotz and Martha Feissler - ed.]
_____________________________________________

Ralph B. Strassburger, PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN PIONEERS, Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, Pennsylvania, 1934
Volume 3, p. 431

[List 126C] At the Court House in Philadelphia, Saturday the 2d Septr 1749.

Present: The Honourable James Hamilton, Esquire, Governor, Robert Strettell.

The Foreigners whose names are underwritten, imported in the Ship Chesterfield, Thomas Coatam, Master, from Rotterdam, and last from Cowes in England, did this day take the usual Qualifications to the Government. By List 86. No. Persons 255. Wirtumbergers.

...
Jacob Klotz
Jacob Klotz, sick
Hans Leonhardt Klotz
...
_____________________________________________

Pennsylvania German Church Records, Volume II, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983, p. [as separately noted below]

Records of Baptisms, Catechumens, Confirmations, Marriages, and Deaths at the Lutheran Church in New Hanover (Excerpted from "The Lutheran Church in New Hanover (Falckner Swamp), Montgomery County, Penna.," by Rev. J.J. Kline, The Pennsylvania-German Society Proceedings and Addresses, Vol. XX (1911), [1]-444.)

A List of Baptisms from 1740 to 1825 as They Appear in the Records of the Congregation

[Children / Born / Baptized / Parents / Sponsors]

p. 213
Kassner, Eva / Mar. 5, 1751 / Mar. 31, 1751 / Friederich and Sahra / Jacob Klotz and Martha Klotz
_____________________________________________

Mary Ellen Heckman, indexer, PENNSYLVANIA, BERKS COUNTY TAXABLES 1754, Berks County Genealogical Society,
Reading, PA, 1990, p. 29

Colebrookdale: Jacob KLODZ, £20, s5, d6.4 Johann Jacob Klotz was born on 6 June 1690 at Holzgerlingen, Boblingen, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany; "The Protestant church in Holzgerlingen reords the birth of Johann Jacob Klotz on Jun 6 1690, and his parents as Martin and Veronica Klotz.5,6 He was wagon maker by trade.1 He married Anna Catharina Durr on 11 February 1715 at Simmozheim, Calw, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany; The Protestant church of Simmozheim record the marriage of Johann Jacob Klotz of the city of Holzgerlingen to Anna Catherine Durr on feb 11 1715.4,6 He married Martha Faissler at Simmozheim, Calw, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, on 28 July 1722.7,6 Johann Jacob Klotz FROM ROWAN COUNTY HERITAGE NC #574, Johann Jacob (Klotz) Klutts; also from #966, Heritage of Rowan County - 'Jacob arrived in Philadelphia in 1749 with his parents and brother and sister. The Kluttz family lived in PA untl 1778, when they came to Rowan County, NC to claim land owned by his father-in-law Wendel Wyant.' in 1749.1 He immigrated between 17 April 1749 and 2 September 1749 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; came on Chesterfield from Germany 1749; signed oath of allegiance Philadelphia 2 Sep 1749
Klotz Descendants p vii - "Gerber's research reveals that the greatest emigration from Wurttenburg came in the years 1749 to 1754. It came both as a result of unsettled political conditions in europe in mid-century, and of unfavorable economic conditions in wurttenburg including 1) a series of crop failures in the vineyards, along with severe damage done to the remaining crops by wild animals; 2) the revocation of former grazing and wood-gathering rights in the ducal forest, with severe penalties for trespassing; 3) the oppressive and annoying compulsary service to the overlords, a hangover from medieval feudalism; and 4) the mounting taxes, which rested ont he propertied classes alone, with the result that many sold their land to emigrate. A Statesman of the period wrote, "These days the farmer is the mot miserable of all creatures. He is being annoyed constnatly with compulsary service, running errands, game beatngs, work on fortifications, and the like. What is rescued from the wild game, a rough official may take to pay outstanding taxes. The barns are empty, the dwellings threaten collapse, the inhabitants appear miserable and ruined." There were many references to small means, debts, and bankruptcy. Several others, on being refused citizenship in a new village, came to America for a cheap land promised by a colonial government. Religious reasons, as such, do not enter the picture. Wurttenburg was Lutheran, and most of the emigrants were members of that church."
An emigrant who complied with the regulations by selling his property, making the proper application to emigrate before the ducal authorities and renounced his citizenship was usually supplied with a certificate of good conduct or passport from the ducal or local authorities or a memberhsip from the pastor. According to Gerber's information, Johann Jacob Klotz, a carpenter of Simmozheim, applied for permission to emigrate at the Ludwigsburg Protocol on April 17 1749, without specifying his destination. On Saturday, Sep 2 1749, only 4 1/2 months after permision to leave Wurttenburg, Jacob Klotz Sr and his famiy arrived on the ship "Chesterfield."1,6 They took an oath of allegiance on 2 September 1749.8 He died between 1752 and 1772 at Berks County, Pennsylvania; Exactly when Johann Jacob Klotz Sr died in Pennsylvania has not been uncovered. On Mar 31 1751, Jacob and Martha Klotz were sponsors for a baptizmal at the New Hanover Lutheran Church in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, for Eva Kasssner, daughter of Frederick and Sahra Kassner. This is the last record established for Johann Jacob Klotz Sr.1,9 He witnessed Anna Catharina Durr's death at Simmozheim, Calw, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, on 5 December 1821.4,6

Family 1

Anna Catharina Durr b. Mar 1683, d. 5 Dec 1821
Children

Family 2

Martha Faissler b. 9 May 1701, d. c 1775
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004,.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: The Descendants of Johann Jacob Klotz in America 1690-1990
    Author: Ralph Dean Kluttz
    Publication: The Delmar Company, Charlotte, NC, 1990
    Note: Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 89-63867
    International Standard Book Number (I.S.B.N.) 0-9625256-1-8
    Repository:
    Note: New York Public Library Local History & Genealogy Division
    Call Number: APV (Klotz) 90-10841
    Media: Book
    Page: p. vii Title: Evangelische Kirche Holzgerlingen, Kirchenbuch 1558-1907
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center, microfilm #1055754
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1055754
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: p. [not clear] Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1568-1800, no page number.
  5. [S2] Heather Schaub, 25 Aug 2001, Lien Family Tree.
  6. [S1243] Ralph Dean Kluttz, Klotz descendants 1990, p. vii.
  7. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Taufen, 1631-1776, no page number Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1568-1800, no page number.
  8. [S1243] Ralph Dean Kluttz, Klotz descendants 1990, Part 1, page 1.
  9. [S1243] Ralph Dean Kluttz, Klotz descendants 1990, p. viii.
  10. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Toten, 1571-1651, no page number Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
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    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1568-1651, no page number.
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    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Taufen, 1569-1630, no page number
    Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Tote, 1571-1651, no page number.
  12. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Toten, 1651-1775, no page number Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1651-1799, no page number.
  13. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: The Descendants of Johann Jacob Klotz in America 1690-1990
    Author: Ralph Dean Kluttz
    Publication: The Delmar Company, Charlotte, NC, 1990
    Note: Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 89-63867
    International Standard Book Number (I.S.B.N.) 0-9625256-1-8
    Repository:
    Note: New York Public Library Local History & Genealogy Division
    Call Number: APV (Klotz) 90-10841
    Media: Book
    Page: p. 1
    Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Taufen, 1631-1776, no page number.
  14. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Grace E Bankett

    Age:
    21

    Estimated birth year:
    abt 1909

    Relation to head-of-house:
    Wife

    Spouse's Name:
    John C Bankett

    Home in 1930:
    Salisbury, Rowan, North Carolina.
  15. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Thos A Freeland Age in 1860: 43 Birth Year: abt 1817 Birthplace: North Carolina Home in 1860: School District 51, Iredell, North Carolina Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Enola.
  16. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: James S Barnes Age in 1860: 28 Birth Year: abt 1832 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Coahoma, Mississippi Gender: Male Post Office: Swan Lake Value of real estate: View image Household Members:
    Name
    Age

    James S Barnes
    28

    Theodocia Barnes
    22

    Carrie Barnes
    4

    L C Nesbitt
    34

    Augustus Nesbitt
    30

    Eliza Nesbitt
    2.
  17. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Louis B Barnes

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1861

    Age in 1870:
    9

    Birthplace:
    Mississippi

    Home in 1870:
    Augusta, Woodruff, Arkansas

    Family and neighbors:
    View Results

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Male

    Value of real estate:
    View Image

    Post Office:
    Augusta.
  18. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Samuel E Oswalt Age: 25 Estimated birth year: abt 1905 Relation to head-of-house: Son Father's Name: William J Oswalt Mother's Name: Mary L Oswalt Home in 1930: Beat 2, Choctaw, Mississippi.

Martha Faissler1

F, b. 9 May 1701, d. circa 1775
FatherJohann Michael Faissler2 b. 25 Nov 1665, d. 5 Mar 1724
MotherUrsula Wagner3 b. 14 May 1664, d. 20 Nov 1746
     Martha Faissler was also known as Martha Frissler. She was born on 9 May 1701 at Simmozheim, Calw, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany; Martha was born May 9 1701 and baptized in the Protestant church at Simmozheim. Her parents were from Simmozheim.4 She was born on 4 December 1702 at Simmozheim, Calw, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany.1 She married Johann Jacob Klotz at Simmozheim, Calw, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, on 28 July 1722.5,4 As of 28 July 1722,her married name was Klotz.1 Martha Faissler died circa 1775 at Berks County, Pennsylvania.1 She FROM ROWAN COUNTY HERITAGE NC #574, Johann Jacob (Klotz) Klutts.1

Family

Johann Jacob Klotz b. 6 Jun 1690, d. bt 1752 - 1772
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: The Descendants of Johann Jacob Klotz in America 1690-1990
    Author: Ralph Dean Kluttz
    Publication: The Delmar Company, Charlotte, NC, 1990
    Note: Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 89-63867
    International Standard Book Number (I.S.B.N.) 0-9625256-1-8
    Repository:
    Note: New York Public Library Local History & Genealogy Division
    Call Number: APV (Klotz) 90-10841
    Media: Book
    Page: p. vii Title: Evangelische Kirche Holzgerlingen, Kirchenbuch 1558-1907
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center, microfilm #1055754
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1055754
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: p. [not clear] Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1568-1800, no page number.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Tote, 1651-1811, no page number
    Text: [birth date reckoned from age, 81y 6m 4d, at death] Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Births, 1631-1776, no page number Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Tote, 1651-1811, no page number Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1568-1800, no page number.
  4. [S1243] Ralph Dean Kluttz, Klotz descendants 1990, p. vii.
  5. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Taufen, 1631-1776, no page number Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1568-1800, no page number.
  6. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Toten, 1571-1651, no page number Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1568-1651, no page number.
  7. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Taufen, 1569-1630, no page number
    Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Tote, 1571-1651, no page number.
  8. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Toten, 1651-1775, no page number Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Heiraten, 1651-1799, no page number.
  9. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree - Michael S. Caldwell's Genealogy Database as of 6 December 2004, Title: The Descendants of Johann Jacob Klotz in America 1690-1990
    Author: Ralph Dean Kluttz
    Publication: The Delmar Company, Charlotte, NC, 1990
    Note: Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 89-63867
    International Standard Book Number (I.S.B.N.) 0-9625256-1-8
    Repository:
    Note: New York Public Library Local History & Genealogy Division
    Call Number: APV (Klotz) 90-10841
    Media: Book
    Page: p. 1
    Title: Evangelische Kirche Simmozheim, Kirchenbuch
    Publication: L.D.S. Family History Center
    Repository:
    Call Number: 1528471
    Media: Microfilm
    Page: Taufen, 1631-1776, no page number.
  10. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Grace E Bankett

    Age:
    21

    Estimated birth year:
    abt 1909

    Relation to head-of-house:
    Wife

    Spouse's Name:
    John C Bankett

    Home in 1930:
    Salisbury, Rowan, North Carolina.
  11. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Thos A Freeland Age in 1860: 43 Birth Year: abt 1817 Birthplace: North Carolina Home in 1860: School District 51, Iredell, North Carolina Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Enola.
  12. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: James S Barnes Age in 1860: 28 Birth Year: abt 1832 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Coahoma, Mississippi Gender: Male Post Office: Swan Lake Value of real estate: View image Household Members:
    Name
    Age

    James S Barnes
    28

    Theodocia Barnes
    22

    Carrie Barnes
    4

    L C Nesbitt
    34

    Augustus Nesbitt
    30

    Eliza Nesbitt
    2.
  13. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Louis B Barnes

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1861

    Age in 1870:
    9

    Birthplace:
    Mississippi

    Home in 1870:
    Augusta, Woodruff, Arkansas

    Family and neighbors:
    View Results

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Male

    Value of real estate:
    View Image

    Post Office:
    Augusta.
  14. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Samuel E Oswalt Age: 25 Estimated birth year: abt 1905 Relation to head-of-house: Son Father's Name: William J Oswalt Mother's Name: Mary L Oswalt Home in 1930: Beat 2, Choctaw, Mississippi.
  15. [S1243] Ralph Dean Kluttz, Klotz descendants 1990, p. viii.