Derick Isack Opdengraff

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FatherIsaak Opdengraff b. 28 Feb 1616, d. 17 Jan 1669
MotherGrietgen Peters b. c 1620, d. 11 Nov 1683
     Derick Isack Opdengraff was born in Krefeld, Duchy of Cleves.1 He was the son of Isaak Opdengraff and Grietgen Peters. Derick Isack Opdengraff married Nõlken Vyten on 20 March 1681 in Krefeld, Duchy of Cleves. It was a Quaker wedding.2 Derick Isack Opdengraff immigrated with his brother Abraham Isaaks Opdengraff and Lisbeth Opdengraff on 6 October 1683 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.3 Derick Isack Opdengraff left a will on 10 November 1688 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.4 His estate was probated on 24 May 1697 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.4

Citations

  1. [S1326] Wilhelm Niepoth, "Ancestry of Thirteen Krefeld Emigrants", 194, no date.
  2. [S1326] Wilhelm Niepoth, "Ancestry of Thirteen Krefeld Emigrants", 193, 194.
  3. [S1326] Wilhelm Niepoth, "Ancestry of Thirteen Krefeld Emigrants", 192-193.
  4. [S1483] Wm M Mervine, "Abstracts of Wills of Philadelphia County", p 167.

Margrit Isaaks Opdengraff

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FatherIsaak Opdengraff b. 28 Feb 1616, d. 17 Jan 1669
MotherGrietgen Peters b. c 1620, d. 11 Nov 1683
     Margrit Isaaks Opdengraff was the daughter of Isaak Opdengraff and Grietgen Peters. Margrit Isaaks Opdengraff immigrated with her her brother Abraham Isaaks Opdengraff and Lisbeth Opdengraff on 6 October 1683 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S1326] Wilhelm Niepoth, "Ancestry of Thirteen Krefeld Emigrants", 192-193.

Abraham Isaaks Opdengraff

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FatherIsaak Opdengraff b. 28 Feb 1616, d. 17 Jan 1669
MotherGrietgen Peters b. c 1620, d. 11 Nov 1683
     Abraham Isaaks Opdengraff was born in Krefeld, Duchy of Cleves.1 He was the son of Isaak Opdengraff and Grietgen Peters. Marriage banns for Abraham Isaaks Opdengraff and Trintgen Jansen were published on 23 July 1679 in the Reformed Church, Krefeld, Duchy of Cleves.1 Abraham Isaaks Opdengraff and Lisbeth Opdengraff immigrated on 6 October 1683 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2

Family

Trintgen Jansen

Citations

  1. [S1326] Wilhelm Niepoth, "Ancestry of Thirteen Krefeld Emigrants", 194.
  2. [S1326] Wilhelm Niepoth, "Ancestry of Thirteen Krefeld Emigrants", 192-193.

Abraham Hiestand

M, b. circa 1676
ChartsAncestors of Chuck Wolfram
     Abraham Hiestand was born circa 1676 in Ibersheim, Oberant, Alzey, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany.1,2 He lived in 1726 in Philadelphia County, now Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.3 Abraham Hiestand gave a Bible to his son an unknown person in April 1726 and he wrote the following in the Bible: "...that you may all read diligenty, that it may be made clear the spiritual and Godly things, so that God and Father may show you to his Holy Son..."4,5

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1467] Website Kroll/Crull, Hiestand/Heaston, HuberHoover (<http://community-2.webtv.net/castorena/KrollCrullHiestand/>) place only, page 11 of the website, downloaded 6 July 2010.
  2. [S1245] Richard W Davis, Hiestand page 10, date only.
  3. [S61] Jane Evans Best, "Hiestand Family", p 62.
  4. [S1245] Richard W Davis, Hiestand page 10.
  5. [S1467] Website Kroll/Crull, Hiestand/Heaston, HuberHoover (<http://community-2.webtv.net/castorena/KrollCrullHiestand/>) page 11 of the website, downloaded 6 July 2010. This is from a letter dated January 16, 2000 from Dan Stauffer, transcribed on-line, the letter containing a transcription of a family Bible record.

Verena (?)

F, b. 1671, d. 1741
ChartsAncestors of Chuck Wolfram
     Verena (?) was born in 1671.1 She married Hans Funck, son of Heinrich Funck and Magdalena Pitzge.1 Verena Funck was the probable mother of Bishop Heinrich Funck.2 Verena Funck was the probable mother of Jacob Funck.3 Verena (?) and Hans lived in 17171and in 1724 in Richen, Baden, Germany.1 Verena (?) died in 1741 at age 70 years.1

Family

Hans Funck b. 1661, d. 5 Sep 1734
Children

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 4.
  2. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 7.
  3. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 10.
  4. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 9.

Anna Kolb

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     Anna Kolb married Jacob Funk. Anna Funk and Jacob Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1637 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1

Family

Jacob Funk b. c 1590, d. 20 Feb 1645
Children

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 1.

Jacob Funk

M, b. circa 1590, d. 20 February 1645
     Jacob Funk was born circa 1590.1 He married Anna Kolb. Jacob Funk appeared in the census enumerated on 1634 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 He and Anna Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1637 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 Jacob Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1640 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 He was probably the Jogli Funk who died on 20 February 1645 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1

Family

Anna Kolb
Children

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 1.

Heinrich Funck

M, b. 1617
FatherJacob Funk b. c 1590, d. 20 Feb 1645
MotherAnna Kolb
     Heinrich Funck was born in 1617 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 He was the son of Jacob Funk and Anna Kolb. Heinrich Funck appeared in the census enumerated in 1637 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk and Anna Funk as a son. He was recorded as a 19-year-old Anabaptist.1 Heinrich Funck married Magdalena Pitzge circa 1647. Heinrich Funck lived in 1649 in Hasle bei Bern, Canton Bern, Switzerland.1 He was the probable father of Jacob Funk.1 Heinrich Funck was the probable father of Heinrich Funk.2 Heinrich Funck was imprisoned for being an Anabaptist in 1669. His property was taxed and then confiscated, and he was to be kept in prison at all costs. His children were to do without all but the necessaries of life.1 He was exiled on account of his Anabaptist religious beliefs on 5 January 1671 from Canton Bern, Switzerland.1 He slipped back into Canton Bern again on 26 January 1672; he was later exiled again.1 He lived on 6 April 1672 as an Anabaptist refugee in Eschbach, perhaps Eschelbach, 7 kilometers west of Sinsheim, in Switzerland.1 It was reported at this time that he "was the man who was flogged and branded."1

Family

Magdalena Pitzge b. b 1632
Children

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 1.
  2. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 10.

Hans Funck

M, b. 1661, d. 5 September 1734
FatherHeinrich Funck b. 1617
MotherMagdalena Pitzge b. b 1632
ChartsAncestors of Chuck Wolfram
     Hans Funck was born in 1661. He was the son of Heinrich Funck and Magdalena Pitzge. Hans Funck was also known as Hans Funk. He married Verena (?)1 Hans Funck was the probable father of Bishop Heinrich Funck.2 Hans Funck was the probable father of Martin Funck.3 Hans Funck was the probable father of Jacob Funck.4 Hans Funck and Verena lived in 17171and in 1724 in Richen, Baden, Germany.1 Hans Funck was a Mennonite minister in the Streichenberg Congregation in 1731 and iving at that time in Richen.1 He died on 5 September 1734 in Richen, Baden, Germany, at age 73 years.

Family

Verena (?) b. 1671, d. 1741
Children

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 4.
  2. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 7.
  3. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 9.
  4. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 10.

Anna Funk

F, b. 1618
FatherJacob Funk b. c 1590, d. 20 Feb 1645
MotherAnna Kolb
     Anna Funk was born in 1618 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Funk and Anna Kolb. Anna Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1634 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk as a daughter. Her age was given as 16 years.1 Anna Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1637 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk and Anna Funk as a daughter. Her age was given as 18 years.1

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 1.

Küngold Funk

F, b. 6 October 1631
FatherJacob Funk b. c 1590, d. 20 Feb 1645
MotherAnna Kolb
     Küngold Funk was born on 6 October 1631 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Funk and Anna Kolb. Küngold Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1634 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk as a daughter. Her age was given as three years old.1 Küngold Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1637 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk and Anna Funk as a daughter. She was recorded as being six years-old.1 Küngold Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1640 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk as a daughter. Her age was given as nine years old.1

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 1.

Vrenli Funk

F, b. 29 October 1623
FatherJacob Funk b. c 1590, d. 20 Feb 1645
MotherAnna Kolb
     Vrenli Funk was born on 29 October 1623 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Funk and Anna Kolb. Vrenli Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1634 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk as a daughter. Her age was given as 11-years-old.1 Vrenli Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1637 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk and Anna Funk as a daughter. She was recorded as being 14-years-old.1 Vrenli Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1640 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk as a daughter. Her age was given as 17 years old.1

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 1.

Adli Funk

F, b. 1 October 1620
FatherJacob Funk b. c 1590, d. 20 Feb 1645
MotherAnna Kolb
     Adli Funk was born on 1 October 1620 in Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Funk and Anna Kolb. Adli Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1634 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk as a daughter. Her age was given as 14 years.1 Adli Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1637 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk and Anna Funk as a daughter. She was recorded as being 17-years-old.1 Adli Funk appeared in the census enumerated in 1640 at Mettmenstetten, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, living with Jacob Funk as a daughter. Her age was given as 20 years old.1 She was possibly the Adli Funk of Oberrieden in Mettmenstetten who was serving with the Anabaptists in Alsace.1

Citations

  1. [S1509] Richard W Davis, Funk 1.

Jacob Isaacs van Bebber

M, b. circa 1640, d. 1705
FatherIsaac van Bebber
MotherHester Opdengraff b. 18 Jan 1609, d. 21 Feb 1643
     Jacob Isaacs van Bebber was born circa 1640 in Krefeld, Duchy of Cleves.1 He was the son of Isaac van Bebber and Hester Opdengraff. Jacob Isaacs van Bebber married Styntje Van Dulcken, daughter of Unknown Van Dulcken, circa 1660 in or near Krefeld, Duchy of Cleves.1 Jacob Isaacs van Bebber acquired one thousand acres of land from William Penn, through the services of Benjamin Fury in Pennsylvania on 11 June 1683.2 He and Styntje van Bebber immigrated in 1687 to Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1 Jacob Isaacs van Bebber and Christiana settled in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania in 1687.1 Jacob Isaacs van Bebber and Christiana lived before 1698 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2 Jacob Isaacs van Bebber and Styntje were members of the Mennoonite faith. Jacob Isaacs van Bebber died in 1705 in Cecil County, Maryland.1 He was buried beneath the floor in St. Stephen's Church, Earleville, Cecil County, Maryland.

Family

Styntje Van Dulcken d. Sep 1711
Children

Citations

  1. [S1561] Identity of Christiana Van Bebber, online <http://17thcenturyhollanders.pbworks.com/w/page/24681485/…>.
  2. [S1562] Harold S Bender. "Jacob Isaacs van Bebber (ca. 1640-1705)" GAME Online.

Styntje Van Dulcken

F, d. September 1711
FatherUnknown Van Dulcken
     Styntje Van Dulcken was born. She was the daughter of Unknown Van Dulcken. Styntje Van Dulcken married Jacob Isaacs van Bebber, son of Isaac van Bebber and Hester Opdengraff, circa 1660 in or near Krefeld, Duchy of Cleves.1 Styntje van Bebber and Jacob Isaacs van Bebber immigrated in 1687 to Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1 As of 1687, Styntje Van Dulcken was also known as Christiana van Bebber.1 She settled with her husband Jacob in 1687 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1 Christiana van Bebber and Jacob lived before 1698 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2 Styntje Van Dulcken and Jacob were members of the Mennoonite faith. Christiana van Bebber died in September 1711 in Cecil County, Maryland. She was buried on 4 September 1711 beneath the floor in St. Stephen's Church, Earleville, Cecil County, Maryland.1

Family

Jacob Isaacs van Bebber b. c 1640, d. 1705
Children

Citations

  1. [S1561] Identity of Christiana Van Bebber, online <http://17thcenturyhollanders.pbworks.com/w/page/24681485/…>.
  2. [S1562] Harold S Bender. "Jacob Isaacs van Bebber (ca. 1640-1705)" GAME Online.

Deborah van Bebber

F, b. circa 1669, d. 1701
FatherJacob Isaacs van Bebber b. c 1640, d. 1705
MotherStyntje Van Dulcken d. Sep 1711
ChartsAncestors of Chuck Wolfram
     Deborah van Bebber was born circa 1669. She was the daughter of Jacob Isaacs van Bebber and Styntje Van Dulcken. Deborah van Bebber married Herman Isaaks Opdengraff, son of Isaak Opdengraff and Grietgen Peters, on 7 May 1691 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1 Deborah van Bebber died in 1701. She was also reported to have died on 2 May 1704 in Bohemia Manor, Cecil County, Maryland.

Family

Herman Isaaks Opdengraff b. 1642
Children

Citations

  1. [S1571] VanBebber newsletter, vol. 8, no. 4.

Peter Schumacher

M, b. circa 1630
FatherArnold Schumacher b. c 1600, d. b 1655
MotherAgnes Rosen
     Peter Schumacher was born circa 1630.1 He was the son of Arnold Schumacher and Agnes Rosen. He moved in 1655 in Kriegsheim. They left Niederdollendorf, which was near Bonn.1 Peter Schumacher was a member of the Mennonite faith,1 and he lived in 1664 in Osthofen, Hesse, Germany.1 His Quaker widow was living in Kriegsheim in 1685.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1241] Richard W Davis, Shoemaker/Schumacher 1.

Daniel Shelley

M, b. circa 1710
FatherHans Shelley b. c 1672
     Daniel Shelley was born circa 1710.1 He was the son of Hans Shelley. Daniel Shelley married Catherine (?) Daniel Shelley was the probable father of Daniel Gabriel Shelley.1 Daniel Shelley and Catherine lived in Shelly's Island, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Catherine (?)
Child
  • Daniel Gabriel Shelley b. c 1749, d. 1750

Citations

  1. [S1242] Richard W Davis, Schölli/Shelley 3.

Jacob Shelley

M, b. circa 1701, d. 1752
FatherHans Shelley b. c 1672
     Jacob Shelley was born circa 1701.1 He was the son of Hans Shelley. Jacob Shelley married Mary Kneisly, daughter of Anthony Kneissle. Jacob Shelley died in 1752 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Mary Kneisly b. c 1702
Children
  • Jacob Shelley b. c 1724
  • Christian Shelley b. c 1727, d. Mar 1788
  • Abraham Shelley b. c 1730, d. Apr 1786
  • Michael Shelley b. c 1732, d. Apr 1817
  • Mary Shelley b. c 1734
  • Daniel Shelley b. 21 Jan 1736, d. 2 Jun 1802
  • Anna Shelley b. c 1738, d. Aug 1760
  • Peter Shelley b. c 1740, d. 1769
  • Martin Shelley b. c 1742, d. Aug 1760

Citations

  1. [S1242] Richard W Davis, Schölli/Shelley 2.

Mary Kneisly

F, b. circa 1702
FatherAnthony Kneissle b. 20 Sep 1657, d. 1733
     Mary Kneisly was born circa 1702.1 She was the daughter of Anthony Kneissle. Mary Kneisly married Jacob Shelley, son of Hans Shelley.

Family

Jacob Shelley b. c 1701, d. 1752
Children
  • Jacob Shelley b. c 1724
  • Christian Shelley b. c 1727, d. Mar 1788
  • Abraham Shelley b. c 1730, d. Apr 1786
  • Michael Shelley b. c 1732, d. Apr 1817
  • Mary Shelley b. c 1734
  • Daniel Shelley b. 21 Jan 1736, d. 2 Jun 1802
  • Anna Shelley b. c 1738, d. Aug 1760
  • Peter Shelley b. c 1740, d. 1769
  • Martin Shelley b. c 1742, d. Aug 1760

Citations

  1. [S1576] Richard W Davis, Kneiseley/Knüssli 2.

Sarah Shelley

F, b. circa 1707
FatherHans Shelley b. c 1672
     Sarah Shelley was born circa 1707.1 She was the daughter of Hans Shelley. Sarah Shelley married Daniel Cassel, son of Arnold Cassel and Susanna de la Plaine.

Family

Daniel Cassel b. 7 Apr 1705

Citations

  1. [S1242] Richard W Davis, Schölli/Shelley 2.

Daniel Cassel

M, b. 7 April 1705
FatherArnold Cassel b. 1670
MotherSusanna de la Plaine
     Daniel Cassel was born on 7 April 1705.1,2 He was the son of Arnold Cassel and Susanna de la Plaine. Daniel Cassel married Sarah Shelley, daughter of Hans Shelley.

Family

Sarah Shelley b. c 1707

Citations

  1. [S1249] Richard W Davis, Cassel/Kassel 2.
  2. [S1242] Richard W Davis, Schölli/Shelley 2.