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151 Adams County was created on January 22, 1800, from part of York County
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St. Marks's Ref Church in Mt Joy Township, 3mi S Gettysburg
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One letter in the E.S Wierbach Hornberger Family notes has the birth date as Oct 11, 1860. A different letter notes the date as Nov 10, 1760.
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A letter posted at http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.bushey/176/mb.ashx cintains the following:

(4) My father's name was Michael. He was baptized Michael Buschy. He was commissioned as Michael Buschey. He always wrote his name Bushey.
(6) My grandmother's (Hornberg's) maiden name was Tressler (same as the Orphan School at Laysville, PA). (7) My mother's name was Franzenia Hornberger. The Honorable Janes Abraham Tawney, now in Congress from Minnesota, is my mother's nephew.

The "The Lenhart Family Of Greenwich And Albany Twps., Berks County And York County, PA." by Wm. H. Rinkenbach says:

121. Jacob Lenhart, ca. 1763-

No record of the birth of this eldest son of Jacob Lenhart (12) and wife Anna Maria Keel has been found, nor has his place of burial been discovered. Both father and son were taxed in Greenwich Twp., Berks County in 1784 (ref 23) and in 1785. (ref 24) The younger Jacob Leonard listed as a resident in 1790 (ref 14) may have been this Jacob Lenhart (121) or Johan Jacob Lenhart (112). No will, administration papers, or Orphans' Court information concerning either of these has been found in Berks County, except that in 1793 Jacob Lenhart (121) submitted a petition (ref 26) in connection with the estate of his father. In it he is named as the eldest son. It is probable that he later removed from Berks County.

122. Catharine Lenhart
123. Christina Lenhart

Except that by 1793 Catharine had married Frederick Moyer and Christina had married John Homberger, (ref 26) nothing is known of these daughters of Jacob Lenhart (12) and his wife Anna Maria Keel.

where ref 26 is: Orphans' Court, Reading, Pa.; Real Estate Vol. 4, p. 217.

Although I have not seen this source, it's citation infers that it exist and links Christina Lenhart to John Homberger (Hornberger). This differs from the Tressler connection in the Bushey letter. Because of the source citation, I went with Lenhart (as have numerous others, including Claude Rahn in Yingling/Hornberger books). ------- 
Hornberger, John (I183)
 
152 Adams county was created on January 22, 1800, from part of York County.
York County was created on August 19, 1749, from part of Lancaster County.

Frederick county was created in 1748 from parts of Prince George's County and Baltimore County.
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Note - The Rahn book states "the present day Heidelberg township contains no portion of the original township". This seems to make sense since the present day Heidelberg township is good distance from Littlestown and Germany township.
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From "The history and topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry Counties " By Israel Daniel Rupp on page 525 (at http://books.google.com):

Little Conewago creek rises in the southern part of the county, in Germany township, near the Maryland line ; flowing in a northern direction receives many smallstreams.
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From the web site http://www.germanytownship.org/:

Germany Township is bordered by Mount Joy Township to the west, Mount Pleasant Township to the north, Union Township to the east and Maryland to the south. The township originally was part of "Digges Choice", a land grant of 10,000 acres made to John Digges on October 14, 1727. Germany Township was part of York County before Adams County was formed in 1800. Iron ore mines were worked on two township farms in 1876. In 1824 there were several merchants of the area employed in selling foreign wines, liquors and other merchandise. The Littlestown branch railroad served the township and nearby areas beginning in July 1858. The first area turnpike, The Gettysburg and Petersburg (former name of Littlestown), was built from Gettysburg to the State line in 1809. The majority of early settlers were from Germany and Great britain.
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From the web site http://www.stmattlutheran.org/Pages/History/history_1.htm:

1731 An April baptism was recorded by John Casper Stoever, who arrived in Philadelphia in 1728 as a 21-year-old theological student. In 1733 a small group of Protestants, mostly Lutheran, were settled along the southeast bank of the Conewago Creek, near the present Conewago Chapel. For ten years Pastor Stoever served the area between Philadelphia and Virginia, traveling on horseback.
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Other Land Warrants:

RG-17, Records of the Land Office, WARRANT REGISTERS, 1733-1957. [series #17.88], York County, page 63 at http://www.phmc.state.pa.us/bah/dam/rg/di/r17-88WarrantRegisters/YorkPages/York31.pdf
Warrant 36
Warantee: Conrad Ekhart
Description of Warrent: Survey
Quantity: 50
Date of Warrant: 10 Sep 1750
Date of Return: 31 May 1822
Acres returned: 42
Name of Patentee: John Eckart
Where Recorded: Vol H No 19 Page 209
Where survey is copied: Book C51 Page 217 (Heidleberg Twp)

RG-17, Records of the Land Office, WARRANT REGISTERS, 1733-1957. [series #17.88], York County, page 64 at http://www.phmc.state.pa.us/bah/dam/rg/di/r17-88WarrantRegisters/YorkPages/York32.pdf
Warrant 45
Warantee: Conrad Eckart
Description of Warrent: Survey
Quantity: 100
Date of Warrant: 30 Apr 1765
Date of Return: [blank]
Acres returned: 100
Name of Patentee: [blank]
Where Recorded: [blank]
Where survey is copied: Book D73 Page 12-13 (Germany Twp)
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From http://books.google.com/books?id=SDk7AAAAIAAJ&printsec=titlepage&source=gbs_v2_summary_r&cad=0

Proceedings and addresses By Pennsylvania-German Society

The indefatigable missionary, John Caspar Stoever, followed them as soon as they were fairly settled. Traveling as far south as Conewago he reached there on or about February 4, 1733. Here and on this day he baptized a six weeks' old son of John George Frosch, whose sponsors were John Morgenstern and wife, a son of Andreas Herger, a son of Peter Ohler, a son of Johannes Lehman, a son of Conradt Eckert, a daughter of Peter Mittelkauf, and a daughter of Caspar Bergheimer.
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The Tax and Exoneration List for Heidelberg Twp, York, Pennsylvania contains a Conrad Eckert's. I have assumed it is most likely the son or grandson Conrad, not the father Conrad.
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Eckert, Conrad (I219)
 
153 Additional information at "Lineage book - National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
, Volumes 57-58" page 247 at http://books.google.com/books?id=YHYZAQAAIAAJ&dq=martha+moore+joseph+benning+columbia&source=gbs_navlinks_s
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Moore, Martha (I4769)
 
154 Additional information on Lewis Barge's (b 1741) ancestors and/or the original source for some information in the Oliver C. Weaver Jr. Barge book can be found in the book "The back part of Germantown: a reconstruction" by Hannah Benner Roach online at
http://books.google.com/books?id=TQISRQx3svAC&lpg=PA1&dq=%22the%20back%20part%20of%20germantown%22&pg=PA1#v=onepage&q&f=false
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Barge, William (I4511)
 
155 Additional information on Lewis Barge's (b 1741) ancestors and/or the original source for some information in the Oliver C. Weaver Jr. Barge book can be found in the book "The back part of Germantown: a reconstruction" by Hannah Benner Roach online at
http://books.google.com/books?id=TQISRQx3svAC&lpg=PA1&dq=%22the%20back%20part%20of%20germantown%22&pg=PA1#v=onepage&q&f=false
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Barge (I4513)
 
156 Additional information on Lewis Barge's (b 1741) ancestors and/or the original source for some information in the Oliver C. Weaver Jr. Barge book can be found in the book "The back part of Germantown: a reconstruction" by Hannah Benner Roach online at
http://books.google.com/books?id=TQISRQx3svAC&lpg=PA1&dq=%22the%20back%20part%20of%20germantown%22&pg=PA1#v=onepage&q&f=false 
Mary (I4512)
 
157 Additional information on Lewis Barge's (b 1741) ancestors and/or the original source for some information in the Oliver C. Weaver Jr. Barge book can be found in the book "The back part of Germantown: a reconstruction" by Hannah Benner Roach online at
http://books.google.com/books?id=TQISRQx3svAC&lpg=PA1&dq=%22the%20back%20part%20of%20germantown%22&pg=PA1#v=onepage&q&f=false 
Mary (I4514)
 
158 Additional postal appointments for James Ware and John James Ware are saved in \Baker_PostalAppointment directory. The appointments for John James maye be for John James Ware b 22 Mar 1855. Other James Ware appointments may be for James Ware b 26 Sep 1830 but I have no way to be sure.
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From http://www.kent-opc.org/Parishes/Rainham.html
Rainham is, ecclesiastically, in the diocese of Canterbury, in the archdeaconry of Canterbury and in the deanery of Sittingbourne.
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Ware, James (I4268)
 
159 Additonal information saved in WolfgangObert directory. Any applicable filename will be noted in source citation.
As of 2/19/9 web site his address is:
Wolfgang Obert
Hölderlinstr. 7
75328 Schömberg
[email address in my email archive] 
Source (S195)
 
160 Age at death according to 1808 Family book was 47y 5m 1d. Lehmann, Johann Martin (I611)
 
161 Age at death in 1808 Dobel Family book is 40y 6m 4d. Ruff, Johannes (I1279)
 
162 Age at death in 1808 Dobel Family book is 90y 5m 21d.

Entry for Johannes Ruff in 1808 Family Book has Elisabeth Kircher born in Neusatz. All other records indicate Rotensol. 
Kircher, Elisabetha (I1280)
 
163 Age at death noted as 74y 2d.

Note that date of birth calculated from age at death not correspond with birth and death dates noted on same family book church book page.

Also note that date of birth calculated from age at death does not jive with baptism date for Catharina, daughter of Franz Antonius Sinn.

See notes for Franz Antonius Sinn for additional information on this issue.
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Google map for Loßberg, Lombach, Rodt near Loßberg (from lat lon from website below)
http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Lombach,+Lo%C3%9Fburg,+Deutschland&daddr=Lo%C3%9Fburg,+Deutschland+to:48.4167+8.3667&hl=en&ie=UTF8&sll=48.418264,8.444023&sspn=0.089435,0.106773&geocode=Fd7_4gIdGkeBACnDA2m7nkqXRzEg9uoQQaGvTQ%3BFQ6y4gIdd-yAACkd_5vMo8qQRzFAV9-lt2sfBA%3BFbzH4gIdbKp_AA&gl=us&mra=ls&t=m&z=12

Rodt near Loßberg: http://www.fallingrain.com/world/GM/01/Rodt.html

wikipedia on Rodt (Loßburg): http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodt_%28Lo%C3%9Fburg%29

office/district (Amt): Freudenstadt
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7/24/12 Check the following film:
Evangelische Kirche Loßburg (OA. Freudenstadt)
Kirchenbuch, 1628-1981
Parish register baptisms, marriages, confirmations, deaths and family books of Loßburg, Württemberg, Germany; includes Rodt, and Röt.
FHL INTL Film 1884464

Check for any Sinn surname in:
Dea 1721-1752
Mar 1700-1755
Bap 1700-1755
Family book 1808

No Sinn surname found.
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Sinn, Catharina (I1289)
 
164 All information is shacky as far as I am concerned. Most people have Elizabeth born 21 Jan 1757. The only baptism I found was 23 Oct 1763. People have her and John Williams having children as early as 1775. Because of this, I assumed she was born 1757 but not baptized until 1763 and by 1775 she would have been 18, a plausible age for marrying and having children, especially in West Virginia.
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See the file \Ancestry Files G\EarlParkins2009Notes.pdf for information concerning John & Mary Perkins children's migration to Greenbrier Co. VA after John's death.
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See http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=51860364
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Perkins, Elizabeth (I6344)
 
165 All information on this person is vague and of dubious value. I placed it here soley as a placekeeper.
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See http://genforum.genealogy.com/dressler/messages/6.html
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Their a quite a few Trissel family books that exist. I have not reviews them since as of 3/5/14 none were available online. The FHL does have a few books plus a few of the books on microfilm.

https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/129887?availability=Family%20History%20Library
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Trissel, John Peter (I6905)
 
166 All information on this person is vague and of dubious value. I placed it here soley as a placekeeper.
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Showalter, Margaret Elizabeth (I6906)
 
167 Allegany Co land record 29 page 218 mentions Phillip Heintz and a Bertha Heintz. Heintz, Phillip (I823)
 
168 Allegany Co. MdGenWeb archives Source (S129)
 
169 Also at:
http://search.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=14523&offerid=0%3a7858%3a0 
Source (S226)
 
170 Altburg is about 6km W of Calw Hager, Caspar (I2685)
 
171 Alternative maiden names Hernirich, Hamerch Hemrich, Carolina M. (I1372)
 
172 Although his pension file states he was born in Henry Co. VA I do not believe that is correct. Henry Co. was not created until 1777. Plus my best guess is the family did not move to that area until abt 1770.
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Chandler, Josiah (I5856)
 
173 Although I seem to stand alone on this, I determined that the Mary daughter of Jacob Vinal is the one who married John Elmes. Carefully read the 1833 will of Jacob Vinal. It clearly mentions Mary Elmes as his daughter. This will provides the means to determine which of the two Mary Vinal's noted below married John Elmes.

The book "Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the year 1850" vol 1 lists the following people (under surname Vinall):
Mary, d. John, Nov. 13, 1701 [ref: not listed]
Mary, d. Jacob, Jan. 3, 1696-7 [ref: not listed]

The book "Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the year 1850" vol 2 lists the following marriages for Mary Vinal (under surname Vinall):
Mary and Joseph Heyden, Aug. i, 1723. [intention not recorded]
Mary and John Ellmes, May 12, 1724. [intention not recorded]

The book "Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the year 1850" vol 1 notes that John & Jacob Vinal are brothers and the sons of John Vinal
John, s. John, Oct. 7, [rec. before ch. b. Nov. 30, 1667].
Elizabeth, d. John, Nov.30, 1667,
Hannah, d. John, Sept. 30, 1669.
Jacob, s. John, Sept. 2, 1670.
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Vinal, Mary (I6864)
 
174 Although the Beal family is not listed in the ship Diligent passanger manifest, the basis for them being on the ship seems to be:

Daniel Cushing, one of the early town clerks of Hingham, also came to New England on the "Diligent." In one of his manuscripts, we find a list of the early settlers of Hingham, which has fortunately been preserved. He says, "John Beal, shoemaker, with his five sons, three daughters, and two servants came from Old Hingham, landed and settled in New Hingham."
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Map of Wymondham, Hingham, and Wramplingham:
http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Hingham,+United+Kingdom&daddr=Wramplingham,+UK+to:Wymondham,+United+Kingdom&hl=en&sll=52.6109,1.116354&sspn=0.021004,0.047507&geocode=FRxRIgMdZAEPACl74CAye9DZRzGj9bfC-AGIVQ%3BFVTHIgMdwggRACn_DFXxJtzZRzEPcQCqAgpi8w%3BFQolIgMdqQQRAClVp5qCMcPZRzF750KTTJMOmQ&oq=Wymondham&mra=ls&t=m&z=13
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Other possible connections noted:

Hingham; Baptisms, Marriages, Burials; 1600-1676; Img 27 of 60
Bap - John and Thomas, sons of John Beale, 15 Feb 1624

Hingham; Baptisms, Marriages, Burials; 1600-1676; Img 28 of 60
Bur - John, son of John Beale, 27 Feb 1624

Wymondham; Baptisms; 1615-1685; Img 26 of 112
Bap - Elizabeth Bale daughter of John Bale 2 Jun 1625

Wymondham; Baptisms; 1615-1685; Img 28 of 112
Bap - John Bale son of John Bale 10 Sep 1626

Wymondham; Baptisms, Marriages, Burials; 1615-1706; Img 18 of 88
Bur - the wife of John Bale, 17 Feb 1627/28

Wymondham; Baptisms; 1615-1685; Img 35 of 112
Bap - Frances daughter of John Bals/Bale 18 Oct 1629
Bap - Amber(?) daughter of John Beale(?) 28 Dec 1629

Hingham; Baptisms, Marriages, Burials; 1600-1676; Img 32 of 60
Bur - John Beale, 13 Jun 1629

Wymondham; Baptisms, Marriages, Burials; 1615-1706; Img 18 of 88
Bur - the wife of John Bealh(?), 15 Mar 1630

Hingham; Baptisms, Marriages, Burials; 1600-1676; Img 35 of 60
Bap - Gregory, son of John Beale, 23 Dec 1632 
Beal, John (I3790)
 
175 An indication of a link between John B. Hattaway and Thomas Moore can be found in a land sale item in the Southern Banner Newspaper, Dec. 9, 1852 -- page 3 where John B. Hattaway lists land for sale with Thomas Moore of Athens as a contact. Item at http://athnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu/athnewspapers/view?docId=news/sbn1852/sbn1852-0197.xml&query=john%20hattaway&brand=athnewspapers-brand
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Moore, Ann Walton (I4831)
 
176 Ancestor of all Kratz in Dudenhofen Kratz, Hans (I3064)
 
177 Ancestors from Black Forest, Germany and Bessarabia, South Russia web site had as note:
Anna married Johann Philipp Kull on May 5th, 1722 in Symons, Neuenbürg, Wurttemberg, Germany. (Johann Philipp Kull was born on March 7th, 1700 in Arnbach, Neuenbürg, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died on 28 Sep. Neusatz in 1753, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.) 
Knöller, Anna Maria (I1929)
 
178 Ancestors from Black Forest, Germany and Bessarabia, South Russia web site had as note:
Anna married Mathias Knöll, son of Matthias Knöll and Martha Schauny Raue, at 9 February, 1692. (Mathias Knöll was born on March 22, 1663 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died on 28 February, 1737 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.)

also
Matthias married Martha Schauny Rough on 14 May 1650 in Symons, Neuenbürg, Wurttemberg, Germany. (Martha Schauny Raue was born on 20 Nov., 1626 in Symons, Neuenbürg, Wurttemberg, Germany and died on 17 Nov, 1696 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.)

also
Martha married Matthias Knöll on 14 May 1650 in Symons, Neuenbürg, Wurttemberg, Germany. (Matthias Knöll was born In 1622 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died before 1692.)
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Others have noted the name as Martha Schauny. I think this is just a mis-interpretation of the marriage record because the death record age jives with the Martha Raue baptism record. 
Rau, Martha (I2303)
 
179 Ancestors from Black Forest, Germany and Bessarabia, South Russia web site had as note:
Anna married Mathias Knöll, son of Matthias Knöll and Martha Schauny Raue, at 9 February, 1692. (Mathias Knöll was born on March 22, 1663 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died on 28 February, 1737 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.)

also
Matthias married Martha Schauny Rough on 14 May 1650 in Symons, Neuenbürg, Wurttemberg, Germany. (Martha Schauny Raue was born on 20 Nov., 1626 in Symons, Neuenbürg, Wurttemberg, Germany and died on 17 Nov, 1696 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.)

also
Martha married Matthias Knöll on 14 May 1650 in Symons, Neuenbürg, Wurttemberg, Germany. (Matthias Knöll was born In 1622 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died before 1692.) 
Knöller, Matthaus (I2285)
 
180 Ancestors from Black Forest, Germany and Bessarabia, South Russia web site had as note:
Mathias married Anna Catherina Kappler, daughter of John Kappler and Catherine Karcher, at 9 Feb, 1692. (Anna Catherina Kappler was born on 3 September. Fürnsal in 1674, Horb, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died on 26 Dec., 1723 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.)

also:
Anna married Mathias Knöll, son of Matthias Knöll and Martha Schauny Raue, at 9 February, 1692. (Mathias Knöll was born on March 22, 1663 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died on 28 February, 1737 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.)
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The file Bap1648-1713_1661_Large.JPG might contain the record used for birth data in web site above although to me it looks like Maria Knoller, so I did not use it. 
Knöller, Matthaus (I2273)
 
181 Ancestors from Black Forest, Germany and Bessarabia, South Russia web site had as note:
Mathias married Anna Catherina Kappler, daughter of John Kappler and Catherine Karcher, at 9 Feb, 1692. (Anna Catherina Kappler was born on 3 September. Fürnsal in 1674, Horb, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died on 26 Dec., 1723 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.)

also:
Anna married Mathias Knöll, son of Matthias Knöll and Martha Schauny Raue, at 9 February, 1692. (Mathias Knöll was born on March 22, 1663 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany and died on 28 February, 1737 in Neusatz, Symons (Oa. Neuenbürg), Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.) 
Kappler, Anna Catharina (I2274)
 
182 Ancestry.com database "Maine, Wills and Probate Records, 1584-1999"
at http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8994
has the following entry:

Name: James Buker Jr
Probate Date: 12 Mar 1836
Probate Place: Maine, USA
Inferred Death Year: Abt 1836
Inferred Death Place: Maine, USA
Item Description: Probate Records, Vol 34

at http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=USProbateME&gss=angs-d&new=1&rank=1&msT=1&gsfn=james&gsfn_x=1&gsln=buker&gsln_x=1&MSAV=1&uidh=ppb&pcat=36&fh=0&h=418133&recoff=&ml_rpos=1

The 7 Mar 1836 record has Thomas Buker of Litchfield as principal and James Williams and Ezeikiel Waive of Litchfield as sureties paying the Lincoln Co. court $200 for the administration of the estate of James Buker Jnr., yeoman, late of Bowdoinham. Thomas Buker is appointed administartor.

A similiar document has Jane Buker appointed administrator for a James Buker on 21 Aug 1837 - I have assumed this to be the James Buker b 22 Feb 1768 d 3 Aug 1837.

Therefore, could this be for James Buker b. abt 1743? Not used because I have no way to be sure.
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Birthdate estimate calculated 25 years from date of marriage.
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Durham is in present Androscoggin county but in 1830-1840 I believe it was part of Lincoln County.
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The c1830 for Caleb Buker has a male 80 to 90 years old (1740-1750). This could have been James Bowker although it conflicts with information in the Sinnett Book.
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Buker/Bowker of Maine & Massachusetts GenCircles.com web site has the following notes:
CENSUSES: 1800 Bowdoinham, Lincoln (Buker); 1810 Bowdoinham, Lincoln (Bowker); 1820 Bowdoinham, Lincoln (Buker).
FOOTNOTE: Listed as James Bowker, Jr. on Tax Bill for Bowdoinham in 1795. The name Bowker was used by this family until 1774, when it was changed to Buker. No reason was given for the change.
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The book "The history of the town of Bowdoinham, 1762-1912" contains two references about the original location of James Buker (pg 25 & pg 274). I'm not sure if they conflict or if they may be referrring to two different James Buker/Bowker.
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The book "The history of the town of Bowdoinham, 1762-1912" contains says on pg 160 a James Buker was a "selectmen" in 1700. I doubt 1700 is correct. Could it be 1800 ? Plus I'm not sure which James Buker/Bowker it may be referring to.
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The book "The history of the town of Bowdoinham, 1762-1912" contains says on pg 46 and 47 diagram of those who paid 6 Jul 1799 for pews via subscription. The James Bucker Jr. I believe is James Buker Jr (b 22 Feb 1768). Photo of page attached to his record. -------
The book "Collections of the Maine Historical Society" by Maine Historical Society on pg 106 in the "Rofers Family of Georgetown" chapter a James Bowker is mentioned as a sureties in the will of Francis Allen dated 23 Sep 1778 and proved 25 May 1798. No idea which James Bowker this may be.
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From the web page at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/m/i/David-G-Smith-MD/GENE3-0008.html:

I think this refers to James Bowker (b 7 Aug 1721):
Following the path of Thos. McFadden of Georgetown, who had settled Bowdoinham in 1720, James took his family north to Bowdoinham sometime around 1760. He is mentioned in Silas Adams' history of the town as one of the early
settlers who took up land on the west side of the Abagadasset River. Since his father named his younger brother, John, as coexecutor in his will of May 1763, he must have been living in Georgetown or Bowdoinham at that time. From his father's estate he received one-quarter interest in the sawmill standing near Mount Hope in Scituate. Then, on 18 Jan 1764, as a farmer (yeoman) residing in Georgetown, Lincoln County, he sold his interest plus additional lands in Scituate to Samuel Stockbridge of Scituate. He purchased land at Georgetown on 9 June 1767 (Lincoln Co. Deeds 5:191) and land at Bowdoinham on the same date. He sold the Georgetown property on 22 March 1768 (6:34) and purchased more land at Bowdoinham on 14 January 1772 (8:212). On 16 July 1770 he had sold his land and buildings on the southerly side of his father-in-law's (John Elmes') farm to his brother, Lazarus Bowker of Scituate.

I think this may refer to James Buker (b 22 Feb 1768):
It was about this time that James changed the spelling of the family name from Bowker to Buker. His name appeared on the 1795 tax list for Bowdoinham. A seating plan of the Methodist Church near Hall's Corner, made 6 July 1799, shows "James Bucker, Jr." in pew #14, adjacent to that of Isaac Purinton. Lincoln County Deed 78:199 conveys his homestead to Caleb Buker in consideration of the sum of $2,000. The deed describes that "tract of land in Bowdoinham bounded ... Southerly on land owned by Joshua Beal, westerly on Abergadasset River, Northerly on land I sold James Buker Jur, and Easterly on land in the possession of the heirs of Benjamin Hallowell of Boston, Esq. deceased... The said Caleb Buker is not to come into the possession of the above premises till after the death of me & my wife ... this twenty fifth Day of February in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirteen ... in Presence of James Rogers and William Rogers."
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Bowker, James (I997)
 
183 ancestry.com has tree by "lloydhuckstep" (search laura romer) that has a Laura Romer marrying a John Wesley Lynch. She os noted as dying Oct 28 1915, Marion, Va. Buried at Oakwood, Richmond.

Oakwood Cemetery, 3101 Nine Mile Rd, Richmond City VA (804) 646-4473 (804-780-4473 ?) 
Romer, Laura (I1323)
 
184 Ancestry.com tree data should not be accepted without independent verification. If no other sources are noted the data was entered solely as a placeholder and for future reference. Source (S60)
 
185 Ancestry.com tree data should not be accepted without independent verification. If no other sources are noted the data was entered solely as a placeholder and for future reference. Source (S79)
 
186 Ancestry.com tree data should not be accepted without independent verification. If no other sources are noted the data was entered solely as a placeholder and for future reference. Source (S95)
 
187 Ancestry.com tree data should not be accepted without independent verification. If no other sources are noted the data was entered solely as a placeholder and for future reference. Source (S821)
 
188 Ann M. in c1880
Mahala A. in other census

Born Feb 1854 VA in c1900
Born 1854 on tombstone
Born 21 Mar 1855 Webster Springs, WV in FL deaths database at https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FPWJ-F3G

Sister Rebecca per WV birth record born Jan 1855

I have assumed 21 Mar part of death record could be correct, but the year should be 1854, not 1855.
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Cogar, Mahala Ann (I5537)
 
189 Anna Margaretha Krafft fathers given name is not completely readable in marriage record, Johann [something].
In the Johann Georg Wagner birth and death dates for just noted with a question mark.
A Margaretha was born 17 Feb 1700 to Christian & Anna Maria Krafft, married Hanns Jacob Kuebler 17 Nov 1722, died 13 Oct 1779.
A Margaretha was born 10 Feb 1710 to Hans Conrad & Elisabetha Krafft, died 19 May 1722.

I would not find any baptism that fit.
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Kraft, Anna Margaretha (I8292)
 
190 Anna Maria may have married Martin Grossman in 1684. She is noted as the daughter of deceased Hans Deüblin. Note this assumes she is the daughter of Hans & Barbara, not Hans & Anna Maria or Catherina. Record saved as \Ancestry Files G\AltburgChurchRecords(2ndGroup)\Mar1668-1758_1684_f355L.jpg
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Deüblin, Anna Maria (I1573)
 
191 Anniversary record saved as \Ancestry Files H\EltingenChurchRecords\To Be Transcribed - Direct Ancestors\FHL1056705_Mar1663-1807_1751_Pg63.jpg

1752
The (dem) 23 Feb (Febr.) have (haben) Johann Jacob Rapp, citizen, baker, and judge age 73 (bürger, beck, u. richter at.) and his wife (u. sein weib) Maria Magdalena age (at.) 71 [another couple noted] their marriage anniversary held (ihr Jubiläen matrimoniale - Latin gehalten ) [remainder not transcribed/translated]
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Kocher, Maria Magdalena (I7868)
 
192 Anniversary record saved as \Ancestry Files H\EltingenChurchRecords\To Be Transcribed - Direct Ancestors\FHL1056705_Mar1663-1807_1751_Pg63.jpg

1752
The (dem) 23 Feb (Febr.) have (haben) Johann Jacob Rapp, citizen, baker, and judge age 73 (bürger, beck, u. richter at.) and his wife (u. sein weib) Maria Magdalena age (at.) 71 [another couple noted] their marriage anniversary held (ihr Jubiläen matrimoniale - Latin gehalten ) [remainder not transcribed/translated]
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Rapp, Johann Jacob (I7893)
 
193 Another death record exists for an Ignatius, son of Francis Speck and Barbara Heinzlerin for 21 Jul 1796. I used the 21 Feb 1789 versus this one and have assumed the 1796 record is for the Ignatius born 14 Nov 1792 and is the son of Joannes Speck & Barbara Heinzler.

1796 record saved as \dwl\genealogy\ancestry files\ErzbischöflichenChurchRecords\FHL1056243_Img560.jpg
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Speck, Ignatius (I10049)
 
194 Another John Wooden, bricklayer existed in Ipswich who died in 1678. Since his profession is the same as John Wooden (d ca 1721) it's possible he was his father. A completely unproven theory....

Note some sources have the two mixed together (e.g. "Snow-Estes Ancestry" book)
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Below are the Wooden deeds online from Southern Essex (Massachusetts) District Registry of Deeds
at http://salemdeeds.com/salemdeeds/
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Bk 11 Pg 225
Dated 18 Jan 1695 Recorded 26 Mar 1697
Ithamar Wooden of Ipswich in the County of Essex, mason, and Bethiah his wife deeded to Thomas Knowlton of the same town and county, carpenter, for 36 pounds a4 acre tract of land in the town of Ipswich.
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Bk 18 Pg 92
Recorded 28 Dec 1702
Disposition of evidence by Peter Woodens "of full age" concerning ship cargo.
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Bk 26 Pg 129
Dated 29 Nov 1712 Recorded 14 Apr 1713
Peter Wooden of Beverly in the County of Essex, mariner, and Elizabeth his wife, deeded to Jonathan Dodge of Salem in the County of Essex, 26 pounds a tract of land in Beverly (alot unreadable). Peter and Elizabeth Wooden personally appeared 1 Dec 1712.
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Bk 26 Pg 201
Dated 4 Sep 1713 Recorded 4 Sep 1713
John Wooden of Salem in the County of Essex, husbandman, deeded to Thomas, Henry, and Nehemiah Wilkens all of Boxford in the County of Essex, husbandman, for 35(?) a 60 acres tract in the town of Boxford that John Wooden aquired from Joseph Caper on 11 Jan 1711. John Wooden personally appeared 4 Sep 1713.
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Bk 38 Pg 253
Dated 4 Jul 1722 Recorded 4 Jul 1722
John Wooden of Salem in the County of Essex, husbandman, deeded to John Harris of Haverhill, husbandman, for 25 pounds a 15 acre tract of land between Haverhill and Deascott obtained from General Court at Boston ferry by father John Wooden. Also mentioned other half of tract was sold by John Wooden to Samuel Gaskill (see Bk 39 Pg 147). John Wooden personally appeared 4 Jul 1722.
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Bk 39 Pg 147
Dated 25 Jun 1722 Recorded 25 Jun 1722
John Wooden of Salem in the County of Essex, husbandman, deeded to Samuekl Gaskill of Haverhill, husbandman,
for 20 pounds a 150 acre tract of land between Haverhill and Deascott obtained from General Court at Boston ferry by father John Wooden. John Wooden personally appeared 4 Jul 1722.
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Bk 58 Pg 164
Dated 27 Apr 1725 Recorded 20 Sep 1730
Joseph Woodin of Marblehead, tailor and Mary Stacy of Marblehead, widow both in the County of Essex grand children of John Woodin formerly of Haverhill in the County of Essex, mason or bricklayer for the sum of 4 pound deed to Robert Peasly (aka noted as Peaslee in document) of Haverhill in the County of Essex, trader a tract of land in Haverhill that belonged to their grand father John Woodin, deceased. Joseph Woodin and Mary Stacy personally appeared 27 Apr 1725.
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Bk 58 Pg 164
Dated 4 Feb 1725 Recorded 20 Sep 1730
Bethiah Gaskill of Salem in the County of Essex, widow, daughter of John Woodin formerly of Haverhill, mason or bricklayer, deceased for the sum of 4 poundes deeded to Robert Peaslee of Haverhill in the County of Essex, trader a tract of land in Haverhill that belonged to her father John Woodin, deceased. Betiah Gaskill personally appeared 4 Apr 1726.
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Bk 58 Pg 165
Dated 14 Jun 1722 Recorded 20 Sep 1730
John Wooden of Salem in the County of Essex, John Raymond and Martha his wife of Middleborough in the County of Plymouth, James Tufts and Hannah his wife of Medford in the County of Middlesex, Joseph Doty and Sarah his wife, and
Anthony Coomes and Dorcas his wife of Rochester in the County of Plymouth all heirs of John Wooden formerly of Haverhill in the County of Essex, deceased for 6 pounds deeded to Robert Peasly of Haverhill in the County of Essex, merchanta tract of land in Haverhill that belonged to their father John Woodin, deceased.

Martha Raymond, Joseph & Sarah Doty, Anthony & Dorcas Coomes personally appeared 15 Jun 1722. Hannah Tufts personally appeared 20 Jun 1722. John Wooden personally appeared 25 Jun 1722.
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Bk 61 Pg 38
Dated 29 Dec 1665 Recorded 11 Aug 1732
John Wooddam if Ipswich, bricklayer, in the County of Essex for 9 pounds deeded to Peter Ayers of Haverhill in the County of Essex a tract of land in Haverhill called Hunter(?) Meadows bounded by the land of Rober Clements on the south. John Wooddam personally appeared 20 Feb 1668.
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Bk 71 Pg 262
Dated 4 Sep 1733 Recorded 6 Sep 1736
David & Hannah Nickols his wife deed to John Harris a tract of land "formerly in the possession of out father Samuel Gaskill and Jno Wooding both of Salen deceased". Signed in pressance of Sarah Gaskill.
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Bk 88 Pg 8
Recorded 27 Aug 1745
James and Abigail Wooden of Salem deeded to Ezekial Marsh. Not fully transcribed because too late to be Wooden of same generation as Dorcas.
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On 7/5/16 from http://www.wikitree.com/g2g/246640/what-is-the-evidence-for-wooden-as-the-lnab-of-dorcas-gatchell

Information from link:

In answering this question, we need to research the supposed father, John Wooden/Woodin. There were two of them-- both bricklayers! A 1989 TAG article (cited below) distinguishes them, citing original sources (which I won't repeat here):

John Wooden/Woodin of Ipswich, Massachusetts. First appears in Ipswich, MA in 1647 as bricklayer with wife MaryTook the oath of allegiance in Ipswich, Mass., in 1678. He died at Ipswich on 29 May 1678 and Mary was the widow who died there 12 Feb 1681. They had only ONE child, a daughter MARY, who married at Haverhill, MA 26 Mar 1663 to John Ayers. [She was NOT the Mary, dau of John "Wooddin" born Haverhill 6 March 1652/3, only ten years earlier than the Woodin/Ayers marriage. Therefore, Dorcas, wife of Samuel Getchell was NOT daughter of this John Woodin.
[NOTE: Nora E. Snow, in The Snow-Estes Ancestry [1939; 2:83] confused THIS John Wooden with the next one.]

John Wooden/Woodin (Woodin-3 [well sourced] and Wooden-54 [no sources] here on wikitree), born about 1620 and no later than 1625 (based on his appearance on later records), of New Hampshire, Mass., and South Carolina! He was in Beverly, Mass., in 1694. He had died in South Carolina long before 30 June 1721 when admin of his estate was granted to "Samll Gaskell of Salem who marryed Bethiah Daughter [of John]..." His probate file states that he "dyed att Carolina formerly of Haverhill." A son, Ithamar had a warrant for 500 aces of land in Berkeley Co., SC on 23 July 1697.
Multiple wives, all named Mary (no Dorcas).
He was found at Hampton (NH) as early as 1643, then again on a tax list in 1645, and identified as a herdsman in 1648. He purchased a houselot there 5 Apr 1648, selling it in 1657. His second child was born there in 1654/5. He was not listed among those who received Hampton town land grants in 1638. The name of John Woodin does not appaer on any published passenger lists. It is not clear if he was related to William Wooding of New Haven, CT (who married in 1650 and died in 1684).
7 Jun 1652: by this time he had moved from Hampton, NH to Haverhill, MA
12 Feb 1654/5: daughter Martha born in Hampton, NH, suggesting he moved back.
1656/7: was a resident of Salisbury, MA where his third and fourth children were born in 1656/7 and 1659; appeared in records there 1665/6 and 1672.
29 Apr 1660 given possession of house and lands at Oyster River [Dover, NH]; still in Dover in 1663
1663: owned property at Long Reach [Kittery, Maine]
15 May 1667: he was identified as a resident of Portsmouth, in Piscataqua. [directly across river from Kittery]
By 1671, removed to Rowley MA where baptisms of two children are recorded.
One John Woodin (him or his son?) served under Capt. Samuel Brocklebank in King Philip's War from 24 Mar 1675/6.
Then had a brief residence at Haverhill before removing to Beverly, MA by 1679. 4 Mar 1679/80 admitted to Beverly First Church (by dismission from Haverill); Goody Wooden admitted to same 1 July 1683. Still in Beverly in 1694.
Sometime after this time, he moved to South Carolina probably with son Ithamar or possible son Thomas.
Wives:
MARY ______. On 12 Feb 1644/5, Mary Woodin appeared as a witness for the Rev. Stephen Batchelder [who had been at Exeter, NH]; one of three woment to witness against Mr. Edward Hilton at Ipswich Quarterly Court Nov 1645, probably under 30 years of age, therefore probably born no earlier than 1615, and therefore NOT a mother of John Woodin. She was probably dead by 4 Mar 1649/50 as she was not listed with John in the seating arrangement of the Hampton meeting house. She probably had no children who survived.
MARY JOHNSON, possibly sister of John Johnson, whose daughter Mary, married Lawrence Clinton. This daughter died in Newport, RI in 1690. She was probably the dau of Edmund Johnson who is believed to have arrived in 1635 on the Blessing. She married John Woodin before 6 Mar 1652/3 when their daughter Mary was born in Haverhilld, Mass. She is the likely mother of ALL of John's children.
MARY _____, b abt 1642 (deposed she was about 50 in 1692); married before 26 Mar 1692.
Children [see article below for how she reached these conclusions]:
Mary, b Haverhill, MA 6 Mar 1652/3; m. Lawrence Clinton
Martha, b Hampton, NH 12 Feb 1654/5; m. John Raymond
Sarah, b Salisbury, MA 31 Jan 1656/7; m1 John Edwards; m2 Joseph Doty
John [Jr], b Salisbury 2 Oct 1659; m. Katherine (Heard) LIttlefield
Samuel b abt 1661; m. Martha ____
Ithamar, b abt 1663; m. Bethia _____
Bethia, b abt 1666; m Samuel Gaskill
(possibly) Thomas; had grant of 65 acres in Berkeley Co., SC 5 Feb 1702/3 which he sold in 25 Jan 1732/3
Hannah, b Newbury, Mass., 20 Oct 1669; m. James Tufts
Dorcas, b Rowley, Mass, 10 Feb 1671[/2?], bp there 11 Feb 1671; m. Anthony Coombs. Therefore, Dorcas, wife of Samuel Getchell was NOT daughter of this John Woodin.
Peter, b Rowley 13 Mar 1674/5, bp there 14 Mar 1674/5; m. Elizabeth Mallot.

Source: Janet Ireland Delorey, "John1 Woodin, Brickmaker, of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and South Carolina: Tracking an Itinerant Ancestor," in The American Genealogist 64(1989), starting on page 65.
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Many have a Samuel Wooden who married a Martha Edwards as a son of John Wooden & Mary. Could find no basis for this other than the common surname. Samuel 1685 estate records make no mention of any Wooden family connections.

Samuel Wooden in Essex County estate index:
Massachusetts, Wills and Probate Records, 1635-1991
Essex
Probate Docket Index, Vol 13-16, Ro-Yo, 1638- 1840
Img 787 of 817
at http://interactive.ancestry.com/9069/007704236_00001?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d9069%26path%3d&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnBrowsing#?imageId=007704236_00787

Samuel Wooden administrative bond and inventory:
Massachusetts, Wills and Probate Records, 1635-1991
Essex
Probate Records, Vol 301-303, Book 1-3, 1671-1694
Img 251 of 593
at http://interactive.ancestry.com/9069/007704838_00001?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fsearch%2fdb.aspx%3fdbid%3d9069%26path%3d&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnBrowsing#?imageId=007704242_00251
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Wooden, John (I3600)
 
195 Another researcher found the following marriage banns. I could not find the banns but the information seems valid enough to prove Jacob was a son of Wibrandt Jans and Jantien Peters. I did find the marriage record to prove the validity of the bride and grooms names.

The estimated year of birth is a guess on my part based on the marrage year.

Original:
Jacob Wibrants and Eltjen Claessen
Zuidbroek - fol.174v - 17 mei 1709 - H.V.
Jacob Wibrants en Eltjen Claessen [=Eltien Klaesens]. Brg.: Jan Wibrants, Allert Wibrants [=Aldert Wijbrants], Peter Wibrants [=Pijeter Wijbrandts] en Rickert Wibrants [=Reckert Wijbrandts], broers; Nanje Wibrants [=Nanije Wijbrandts], zuster; Br.: Claes Jans [=Klaes Jans] en Geertjen Luitjens [=Gertijen Luijtijens], ouders; Albert Jans en Hemcke Claessen (ehel.), zuster; Hilje Claessen en Jan Claessen, zuster en broer; Getuigen: Cyriacus Hoorn en Albert Egges.

Translation:
Jacob Wibrants and Eltjen Claessen
Zuidbroek - fol.174v - 17 May 1709 - H.V.Jacob Wibrants and Eltjen Claessen [= Eltien Klaesens].
Brg .: Jan Wibrants, Allert Wibrants[= Aldert Wijbrants], Peter Wibrants [= Pijeter Wijbrandts] and Rickert Wibrants [= Reckert Wijbrandts], brothers; Nanje Wibrants [= Nanije Wijbrandts], sister;
Br .: Claes Jans [= Klaes Jans] and Geertjen Luitjens [= Gertijen Luijtijens], parents; Albert Jans and Hemcke Claessen (ehel.), sister; Hilje Claessen and Jan Claessen, sister and brother; Witnesses: Cyriacus Hoorn and Albert Egges.

Original:
Registratie
19-05-1709 Uithuizermeeden
Bruidegom
Jacob Wijbrants, van Uithuizermeeden
Bruid
Eltje Claasen, van Zuidbroek
Bron
Doop- en trouwboek Uithuizermeeden 1670-1811
Collectie DTB (toegang 124)
Inventarisnummer 458, folio 262
Huwelijk
09-06-1709 Zuidbroek en Muntendam
Bruidegom
Jacob Wibrands, van Uithuizermeeden
Bruid
Eltjen Claessen, van Zuidbroek
Bron
Doop- en trouwboek Zuidbroek en Muntendam 1701-1741
Collectie DTB (toegang 124)
Inventarisnummer 585, folio 119.

Translation:
Registration
19-05-1709 Uithuizermeeden
Groom
Jacob Wijbrants, from Uithuizermeeden
Bride
Eltje Claasen, from Zuidbroek
Source
Baptism and marriage book Uithuizermeeden 1670-1811
DTB collection (entry 124)
Inventory number 458, folio 262
Wedding
09-06-1709 Zuidbroek and Muntendam
Groom
Jacob Wibrands, from Uithuizermeeden
Bride
Eltjen Claessen, from Zuidbroek
Source
Baptism and marriage book Zuidbroek and Muntendam 1701-1741
DTB collection (entry 124)
Inventory number 585, folio 119.

See the file \dwl\genealogy\ancestry files\swinderen\Luurtsema_Lammegien_Meertens_Ahnentafel 21_8_2017.rtf
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Wijbrants, Jacob (I9962)
 
196 Apolonia, widow of Johann Kilian Schumann, noted as godparent in granddaughter Apolonia 13 Apr 1731 baptism.
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Schumann, Johann Kilian (I8189)
 
197 Apolonia, widow of Johann Kilian Schumann, noted as godparent in granddaughter Apolonia 13 Apr 1731 baptism.
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Apollonia (I8190)
 
198 As far as I can tell, her buried in Fawley-Fulk Family Cemetery is conjecture.
In Find-a-Grave at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2331667&GRid=90539742&
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The birth year is conjecture on my part based on her possibly being listed as 50-59 with son Joseph in c1830 and 70-79 with son John in c1840. The age range may vary if she was born in early 1770 and the census ennumeration date in c1830 was before her birthday and the census ennumeration date in c1840 was after her birthday.

The death date is based on that I could not find a women of appropriate age either listed as head of household or living with any Fawly in Rockingham County.
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Snutts, Catherine (I6413)
 
199 As Jennie (F) in c1900 and John H. (M) is c1910 and John J. (M) in c1920 Ammenhauser, John J. (I5079)
 
200 As of 10/16/19 from
http://www.vriendenvandewijenburg.nl/Bewoners/Familie-Van-Wijhe-(1271|1751)/11e-heer-Otto-(1657|1732)/

Translation:

Otto was born in 1638. Reinier van Wijhe the 10th lord of Echteld had no son who could succeed him. That is why Otto, the son of Reinier's brother Christiaan, became the next lord of Echteld. Otto was already a member of the Nijmegen knighthood in 1662. Otto van Wijhe marries Seina van Delen from Otterlo (daughter of Evert van Delen and Johanna van Broeckhuysen) in 1671. Otto was in 1671 ships and council of the city of Tiel and in 1672 mayor of the same place. He enjoyed staying at the Blankenburg in Beuningen. He greatly increased the reputation of the Wijenburg. In 1654 Otto van Wijhe enrolled at the university of Harderwijk at that time from Mosa trajectory (Maastricht). This was probably Otto the later 11th lord of Echteld.

As indicated earlier, Otto had a brother, Johan (died 1670 in Echteld), who was a captain in the Dutch service. He may have served under Admiral Michiel de Ruyter in the second English war (1665-1666) who visited America during that period. He tried to conquer the New Netherlands conquered by the English in 1664 from the Dutch (which was subsequently renamed by the English in New York). Incidentally, without success. It was not until August 1673 that Admiral Cornelis Evertsen succeeded during the third Dutch-English war to get New York back into Dutch hands. In the end, the Dutch exchanged it against Suriname in 1674.

Otto van Wijhe and Seina van Delen had 9 children: Maria, Christiaan Reinoud, Anna Elisabeth, Evert Jan, Christina, Wilda, Margriet, Albertus and Johanna.

Maria
born in 1672. The witness is mentioned in the baptismal certificate in Echteld; Mrs. Van Laer (Christina van Wijhe the daughter of Reinoud van Wijhe and the milkmaid). Maria died unmarried.

Christiaan Reinoud
born in 1675. At the baptism in Echteld the witnesses were: Catharina van Wijhe (sister of father Otto) and Mr. Van Laer (Henricus van Laer pastor in Eck en Wiel and married to Christina van Wijhe). Christiaan Reinoud dies in 1749. He became the last (12th) lord of Echteld.

Anna Elisabeth
died unmarried in 1744.

Evert Jan
born in 1678, captain in Dutch service; married in 1711 Henriette Bentinck. He died in 1735 in Tiel (blind). They had three children: Seina Margaretha (she married JGLA from Neukirchen called Nijvenheym and she became wife of Haus Driesberg in Germany), Catharina (she married General Beerend van Lewe of Aduard, member of the States-General) and Gooswijn Wolf Asueer born in 1718. The family tree of the Van Neukirchen family hangs in castle Rosendael.

It was not uncommon for considerable families to have a memorial board that was hung in the church after the death of a relative. For Evert Jan such a memorial board was made in 1735. The sign with the arm of the Van Wijhe's, until the arrival of the French in 1795, hung in the St. Maartenskerk of Tiel. After that it moved home Voorst where his grandson Evert Jan van Neukirchen named Nijvenheim lived. Later the search hit but it was found in 1994 at an antique dealer in Brussels. The sign can now be admired in the regional museum in Tiel.

Christina
born in 1681, married in 1711 Wolf Assueer Bentinck (a brother of Henriette Bentinck, the wife of her brother Evert Jan). Wolf Assueer dies in 1716 and Christina in 1740. The death of their son Goossen Geurt (curator of the University of Harderwijk) is reported by Rev. Henricus van Wijhe in 1786 in the obituary of the church of Wilp. The Bentincks were originally from Wilp (opposite Deventer). Rev. Henricus van Wijhe studied at the Gelderse University in Harderwijk and was a son of Jan van Wijhe who died in 1724 at the age of 34 and was buried in the Lebuinus Church in Deventer. His tombstone is still in this church and has the inscription: Jan van Wye 1722, medallion and a lion climbing to the left. It is not clear whether there was a relationship with the Van Wijhe's of Echteld (probably not). A family document about the life of Rev. Henricus van Wijhe is in the municipal archive of Voorst and in the city archive of Deventer. The tombstone of Johan van Hemert, mayor of Deventer, died in the Lebuïnus church in Deventer and died in 1634. The tombstone contains the coat of arms of the Van Wijhe's of Echteld. It is unclear how the relationship with the Van Wijhe's of Echteld was.

Wilda
born in 1684. Marries Karel Philip van Brakell. The pedigree of the Van Brakell's is in the Ridderzaal of castle Doorwerth.

Marguerite
born in 1686. Married in 1718 to Nicolaas Hans Willem van Delen to Schonenburg (Over-Asselt). She died childless as early as 1720 in Over-Asselt, shortly after her marriage.

Albertus
born in 1689, dies only 4 years old in 1694.

Johanna
born in 1692. Marries Dirk Reinier van Bassenn, mayor of Arnhem in 1715, who fled to Tiel as a result of the Gelderse Plooierijen. The Gelderse Plooierijen were battles for power. In Arnhem, the Brantsen family have been managing the city administration from their Zypendaal castle since time immemorial. Van Bassenn tried to change that by demanding more influence from the bourgeoisie. The result was an armed struggle. The outcome was not favorable for Van Bassenn and he was banned in 1708. He was a renowned historian and philosopher. A painted portrait of Van Bassenn, in oriental robes and with a turban on it, hangs in the Tiel regional museum.

Their eldest daughter Anna Elisabeth van Bassenn married Frederik Jacob Derk van der Capellen in 1741. The famous patriot Joan Derk van der Capellen was their son (see book "Shadow image or the secret of Appeltern", by Hella S. Haasse). Johanna van Wijhe (the mother of Anna Elisabeth) dies in childbirth in 1722 at the birth of her 3rd child.

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Otto werd geboren in 1638. Reinier van Wijhe de 10e heer van Echteld had geen zoon die hem kon opvolgen. Daarom werd Otto, de zoon van Reiniers broer Christiaan, de volgende heer van Echteld. Otto was al in 1662 lid van de Nijmeegse ridderschap. Otto van Wijhe trouwt in 1671 Seina van Delen uit Otterlo (dochter van Evert van Delen en Johanna van Broeckhuysen). Otto was in 1671 schepen en raad der stad Tiel en in 1672 burgemeester van dezelfde plaats. Hij verbleef graag op de Blankenburg te Beuningen. Hij vermeerderde enorm het aanzien van de Wijenburg. In 1654 werd aan de universiteit van Harderwijk Otto van Wijhe ingeschreven afkomstig op dat moment uit Mosa trajectum (Maastricht). Waarschijnlijk was dit Otto de latere 11e heer van Echteld.

Zoals eerder aangegeven had Otto een broer, Johan (overleden 1670 in Echteld), die kapitein was in Hollandse dienst. Mogelijk diende hij onder admiraal Michiel de Ruyter in de tweede Engelse oorlog (1665 -1666) die in die periode Amerika bezocht. Hij heeft geprobeerd het in 1664 door de Engelsen op de Nederlanders veroverde Nieuw Nederland (wat door de Engelsen vervolgens omgedoopt werd in New York) weer terug te veroveren. Overigens zonder succes. Pas in augustus 1673 lukte het admiraal Cornelis Evertsen tijdens de derde Nederlands-Engelse oorlog om New York weer in Nederlandse handen te krijgen. Uiteindelijk hebben de Nederlanders het in 1674 geruild tegen Suriname.

Otto van Wijhe en Seina van Delen hadden 9 kinderen: Maria, Christiaan Reinoud, Anna Elisabeth, Evert Jan, Christina, Wilda, Margriet, Albertus en Johanna.

Maria
geboren in 1672. In de doopakte in Echteld wordt als getuige vermeld ; mevr. Van Laer (Christina van Wijhe de dochter van Reinoud van Wijhe en de melkmeyd). Maria is ongehuwd overleden.

Christiaan Reinoud
geboren in 1675. Bij de doop in Echteld waren de getuigen: Catharina van Wijhe (zus van vader Otto) en de heer Van Laer (Henricus van Laer dominee in Eck en Wiel en getrouwd met Christina van Wijhe). Christiaan Reinoud overlijdt in 1749. Hij werd de laatste (12e) heer van Echteld.

Anna Elisabeth
overlijdt in 1744 ongehuwd.

Evert Jan
geboren in 1678, kapitein in Hollandse dienst; trouwt in 1711 Henriette Bentinck. Hij overlijdt in 1735 in Tiel (blind). Zij hadden drie kinderen: Seina Margaretha (zij trouwt J.G.L.A. van Neukirchen genaamd Nijvenheym en zij werd daardoor vrouwe van Haus Driesberg in Duitsland), Catharina (zij trouwt generaal Beerend van Lewe van Aduard, lid van de Staten-Generaal) en Gooswijn Wolf Asueer geboren in 1718. De stamboom van de familie Van Neukirchen hangt in kasteel Rosendael.

Het was niet ongebruikelijk dat aanzienlijke families bij het overlijden van een familielid een memoriebord lieten vervaardigen dat na de begrafenis in de kerk werd opgehangen. Voor Evert Jan is zo'n memoriebord gemaakt in 1735. Het bord met het wapen van de Van Wijhe's heeft tot de komst van de Fransen in 1795 in de St. Maartenskerk van Tiel gehangen. Daarna is het naar huis Voorst verhuisd waar zijn kleinzoon Evert Jan van Neukirchen genaamd Nijvenheim woonde. Later raakte het zoek maar het werd in 1994 teruggevonden bij een antiquair in Brussel. Het bord is nu te bewonderen in het streekmuseum in Tiel.

Christina
geboren in 1681, trouwt in 1711 Wolf Assueer Bentinck (een broer van Henriette Bentinck, de vrouw van haar broer Evert Jan). Wolf Assueer overlijdt in 1716 en Christina in 1740. Het overlijden van hun zoon Goossen Geurt (curator van de Universiteit van Harderwijk) wordt door ds. Henricus van Wijhe in 1786 in het doodboek van de kerk van Wilp gemeld. De Bentincks waren van oorsprong afkomstig uit Wilp (tegenover Deventer). Ds. Henricus van Wijhe studeerde aan de Gelderse universiteit in Harderwijk en was een zoon van Jan van Wijhe die in 1724 op 34 jarige leeftijd stierf en in de Lebuïnuskerk te Deventer werd begraven. Zijn grafsteen ligt nog steeds in deze kerk en heeft als opschrift: Jan van Wye 1722, medaillon en een naar links klimmende leeuw. Niet duidelijk is of er een relatie met de Van Wijhe's van Echteld was (waarschijnlijk niet). Een familiedocument over het leven van ds. Henricus van Wijhe ligt in het gemeentearchief van Voorst en in het stadsarchief van Deventer. In de Lebuïnuskerk in Deventer ligt ook de grafsteen van Johan van Hemert burgemeester van Deventer en overleden in 1634. Op zijn grafsteen komt het wapen van de Van Wijhe's van Echteld voor. Onduidelijk is hoe de relatie met de Van Wijhe's van Echteld was.

Wilda
geboren in 1684. Trouwt met Karel Philip van Brakell. De stamboom van de Van Brakell's hangt in de Ridderzaal van kasteel Doorwerth.

Margriet
geboren in 1686.Trouwt in 1718 met Nicolaas Hans Willem van Delen tot Schonenburg (Over-Asselt). Zij overlijdt kinderloos al in 1720 te Over-Asselt, kort na haar huwelijk.

Albertus
geboren in 1689, overlijdt nog maar 4 jaar oud in 1694.

Johanna
geboren in 1692. Trouwt in 1715 met Dirk Reinier van Bassenn burgemeester van Arnhem die tengevolge van de Gelderse Plooierijen naar Tiel vluchtte. De Gelderse Plooierijen waren gevechten om de macht. In Arnhem regelde de familie Brantsen vanuit hun kasteel Zypendaal al sinds mensenheugenis het stadsbestuur. Van Bassenn probeerde daarin verandering te brengen door meer invloed van de burgerij te eisen. Het gevolg was een gewapende strijd. De afloop was voor Van Bassenn niet gunstig en hij werd in 1708 verbannen. Hij was een vermaard historicus en filosoof. Een geschilderd portret van Van Bassenn, in oosters gewaad en met een tulband op het hoofd, hangt in het streekmuseum van Tiel.

Hun oudste dochter Anna Elisabeth van Bassenn trouwt in 1741 Frederik Jacob Derk van der Capellen. De bekende patriot Joan Derk van der Capellen was hun zoon (zie boek “Schaduwbeeld of het geheim van Appeltern“, van Hella S. Haasse). Johanna van Wijhe (de moeder van Anna Elisabeth) overlijdt in 1722 in het kraambed bij de geboorte van haar 3e kind.
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