Susanna Scholtze

F, b. 23 March 1716, d. 4 November 1773
FatherBalthasar Scholtze b. c 28 Oct 1679, d. 28 Nov 1726
MotherSusanna Dietrich b. 13 Mar 1690, d. 23 Feb 1765
     Susanna Scholtze was born on 23 March 1716 in Nieder Harpersdorf, Silesia.1 She was the daughter of Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich. Susanna Scholtze fled with her parents Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich on 27 April 1726 from Salesia to Saxony.1 Susanna Scholtze married George Hübner, son of Melchior Hübner M.D. and Maria Wiegner, on 16 May 1749. The ceremony was conducted by a justice of the peace.2,3 Susanna Hübner and George Hübner had no children.3 Susanna Hübner died on 4 November 1773 in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, at age 57 years, 7 months and 12 days.4 She was also reported to have died wrongly on 2 November 1772.3

Family

George Hübner b. c 1697, d. 3 Nov 1773

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1186.
  2. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 220, including note on the justice of the peace.
  3. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 21.
  4. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 222, 1186.

George Hübner

M, b. circa 1697, d. 3 November 1773
FatherMelchior Hübner M.D. b. c 1668, d. 12 Jul 1738
MotherMaria Wiegner d. 28 Sep 1738
     George Hübner was born circa 1697.1 He was the son of Melchior Hübner M.D. and Maria Wiegner. George Hübner was also known as George Heebner.2 He immigrated in 1734 to Pennsylvania.2 He married firstly, Rosina Kriebel on 22 November 1738. They were married in the presence of witnesses and elders of the church.1,2 George Hübner was naturalized on 19 May 1739 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.3 A Moravan Conference, led by Count Zinzandorf, called for establishment of church union among the various Christian sects in Pennsylvania. The conference met at George Hübner's home from 14 January 1742 to 15 January 1742.1 He married secondly, Susanna Scholtze, daughter of Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich, on 16 May 1749. The ceremony was conducted by a justice of the peace.4,2 George Hübner and Susanna Hübner had no children.2 George Hübner left a will on 13 June 1753. There was a later will so this document was not probated. The orignal is in the Schwenkfelder Historical Library. In this will he left his entire estate to his wife Susanna and named her his executrix; he also left 40 pounds in Pennsylvania money to his nephew Nicoli, who lived in Germany. He also left eight pounds to each of the children of Hans Hüber.5 He left a will on 15 May 1762.6 The transcript of the Will read:
In the Name of God, Amen. Whereas I, George Heebner, of Frederick Township and County of Philadelphia, yeoman Considering the uncertainly of life of us mortal Men consequently I thought it might be necessary and proper being of sound Memory and Understanding to have my mind literally put down concerning My Estate wherewith it pleased God to bless me in this World in what manner the said shall be disposed after my decease. Therefore I do hereby this 15th day of May in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven hundred and sixty two make my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following:
Imprimis: I commit my Soul unto God of whom I received the same and concerning my worldly Estate I give grant and bequeath all my Real Estate that is to say All my Plantation Tenement Tract of Land Whereon I now Dwell Situate in Franklin Township, as well as all and every other Tract or Tracts, Parcel or Parcels of Land wheresoever held by me, unto my Dear and loving Wife Susannah, together with all and Singular the buildings and Improvements thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining according to the Bounds and Limits conveyed to me, and the Revisions and Remainders thereof to have and to hold the said my Plantation Tract or Tracts or Parcels of Land wheresoever situated both Jointly and severally according to metes and bounds aforesaid with the Improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging unto my loving wife Susannah, and to her Heirs and Assigns forever. Item, I give and bequeath unto the said my loving wife Susannah and her heirs for ever all my Personal Estate that is to say, all my Stock, Goods, Chattels, Cash, Bonds, Notes, Specialties and Book-Debts whatsoever and wheresoever, the same being my Just and legal property (except) the Legacies hereafter mentioned to be paid by her under the hereby mentioned Limitations and Restrictions that is to say, Whereas I left my Sister Mary in Germany she being married to one J. Xtopher Nicolai in Gorlitz in Lusatia Gardner by whom she had a son his name unknown to us at present and the said my sister is since deceased, therefore the said my wife shall Endeavor to inform herself if the said my Sister Son is alive and if he is still alive, to acquaint him that if he will send his proper Direction Attested by one Superior Magistrate of the Place of his abode at least he is to have Forty pounds lawful Money of Pennsylvania out of my Estate for him and his lawful Heirs for a Remembrance of his Uncle, and my wife is to pay this said Forty Pounds as soon as she received the said his Direction against a Discharge for the same by the Person or Persons ordered by him to Receive it, but no Interest is to be demanded or paid for the same of or by her, her Executors or Administrators until the Time the said his Direction is received. Item, the said my wife Susannah is likewise to pay unto my deceased Uncles John Heebner's three children to each of them Eight pounds, Lawful money of Pennsylvania that is to say, I give unto my said Uncles son John Heebner the sum of Eight Pounds lawful money aforesaid and to his son Melchior Eight pounds Lawful money aforesaid and to his Daughter Ann Grob Eight pounds lawful money to be paid by the said my wife unto each of them within a years time of my decease against a full discharge for the same of every one of them to her the said my wife. And I do hereby appoint and Constitute ny said ny loving wife Susannah my Sole Executrix of this my Last (Will) & Testament and by these Presents Do Revoke and Annul all My former Wills and Testaments Ratifying this for my only true and Absolute Last Will and Testament.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my own Hand and Seal the Day and Year aforesaid.
George Heebner (Seal)
Signed sealed and declared
in the presence of us
David Schultze
Jost Bitting
Jacob Hury
Christoph Hoffman.7
George Hübner wrote a codicil on 27 November 1769.8 The transcript of the Codicil read:
I George Heebner of Frederick Township and County of Philadelphia Yeoman Do this 27th day of November Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and sixty-nine make and publish this my Codicil to the above my last Will and Testament bearing date the 15th May A.D. 1762 in manner following (that is to say) First I do acknowledge the said my Will as my free act and do confirm in every respect and article and to all intents and purposes and having since that time lately sold my Lands and Plantation mentioned in the said my Will and have bought some other Tract of Land and Premises on Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia County, I do Will and declare that after my decease the same sense and meaning I have expressed in the said my Last Will concerning the Devise of the said lands and plantation in Frederick Township aforesaid shall be applied and stand good and be inviolate upon and concerning the said Tract of Land newly bought by me, as well as every Tract or Tracts Parcel or Parcels of Land I shall have and be in legal Possession or Rights to me or my decease namely.
I give and devise the same with all the Rights and Appurtenances unto my loving wife Susannah and to her Heirs and Assigns for ever, and whereas I have reason to apprehend by the lingering sickness of the same my wife Susannah that perhaps she may Die before me and considering the infirmity of my Bodily constitution, nor knowing how long further I maybe of such able and sufficient sense as by the grace of God I now am I do hereby declare That if my said loving wife do die before me That then and in that case my Will is that all my just debts shall first be paid off, and that everyone who has assisted and supported me in my infirmity or Sickness before my decease, and all such who had or has trouble or charges about my Body or my Estate shall be honestly paid and rewarded for the same out of my undivided Estate, likewise all the Legacies I have given to my Uncles (children) in my last Will shall be paid by my Executors in the same manner and the same sum as in the Will is donated out of my undivided Estate.
Further it is my will that Case that all my Estate both Real and Personal Which is my Will I have given to my wife Susannah or the value of the same shall be divided into five equal parts one equal fifth part whereof I give and bequeath unto my Brother-in-law George Schultz-Senr. of Upper Hanover Township and County of Philadelphia yeoman his heirs and assigns forever. The second equal fifth part I give and bequeath to my Sister in Law Anna Weegner, wife of Christopher Weegner of Lower Solford and the same County yeoman, her Heirs and Assigns forever. The third equal fifth part thereof I give and bequeath to my Sister-in-Law Mary Yeakle wife of Christopher Yeakle of Germantown and the same County yeoman, her Heirs and Assigns forever, the fourth equal fifth part thereof I give and bequeath to my Sister in Law Barbara Heebner wife of John Christopher Heebner of Worcester and the same County, her Heirs and Assigns forever. The Remaining fifth part I give and bequeath one equal half of the same to the School Erected among the Religious Society called Schwenkfeldians, to be paid by my Executors to the Trustees of the said School this being and to be applied by the said Trustees to and in such purposes as the Plan and Articles of the Said School direct. The other equal half of the said equal fifth Part of my Estate my Executors shall pay unto the Alms box of the said People called Schwenkfeldians toward the Relief of the Poor among the said People and a Receipt of four Substantial Persons of the said People confessing the payment of the same into the said Alms Box shall be a sufficient discharge for my Executors in that manner.
Item In that case I will and Ordain that my Executors here after named, or the Survivors of such Executors or the Executors and Administrators of Such Executor for and toward the performance of my Codicil shall with all Convenient Speed after my decease Bargain Sell and Alien in fee Simple all those Lands which at my decease I shall possess or have a Right for the doing executing and perfect finishing whereof I do by these presents give grant Will and Transfer to my said Executor or the Survivor of them or such Survivors Executors or Administrators full power and authority to grant alien bargain sell convey and assure all such land and Promises to any person or persons and their Heirs and Assigns for ever by all and every lawful ways and means in the Law as my Executors or the Survivors of them etc. shall seem fit and necessary and also in that Case I do make constitute and appoint my Brother-in-Law Christopher Yeakle of Germantown Aforesaid yeoman and my trusty Friend Christopher Schultz of Hereford Township and Berks County yeoman executors of my Last Will and Testament and of this Codicil of the same And Lastly it is my Desire that this present Codicil be annexed to and be a part of my Last Will and Testament to all Intents and purposes.
In Witness whereof I have herewith set my hand and Seal the day and year above Written.
George Heebner (Seal)

Signed sealed and Published
by the said George Heebner as a
Codicil to be annexed to his will
in the presence of
Jost Bitting
Christopher Schultze
Christopher Hoffman.8
He died on 3 November 1773 in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.5,2 George's will was probated in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, on 30 November 1773.6 He was described on 28 March 1774 by George Kriebel as "...for many years he was weak and decrepit that it was surprising that he could live so long. Towards the last he lived with his brother-in-law, Christopher Yeakle who had married his second wife's sister and they were obliged to wait on him as they would a child, on account of his feebleness until he passed into eternity."1

Family 1

Rosina Kriebel d. 25 Jul 1745
Child
  • Melchior Hübner b. 2 Jul 1742, d. 21 Dec 1744

Family 2

Susanna Scholtze b. 23 Mar 1716, d. 4 Nov 1773

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 220.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 21.
  3. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 220, date only.
  4. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 220, including note on the justice of the peace.
  5. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 220, 222.
  6. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 222.
  7. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 222-223.
  8. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 223.

Maria Scholtze

F, b. 28 March 1718, d. 11 March 1807
FatherBalthasar Scholtze b. c 28 Oct 1679, d. 28 Nov 1726
MotherSusanna Dietrich b. 13 Mar 1690, d. 23 Feb 1765
     Maria Scholtze was born on 28 March 1718 in Nieder Harpersdorf, Silesia.1 She was the daughter of Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich. Maria Scholtze fled with her parents Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich on 27 April 1726 to Saxony.1 Maria Scholtze married Christopher Jäckle, son of Christopher Yeakle and Regina Heebner, on 9 August 1743.2 Maria Scholtze and Christopher lived from 1743 to 1775 in Cresheim, Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2 Maria Scholtze and Christopher lived from the time of the Revolutionary War onward at the summit of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2 Maria Scholtze died on 11 March 1807 at age 88 years, 11 months and 11 days.1 She was also reported to have died on 4 March 1807.2

Family

Christopher Jäckle b. 15 Mar 1718, d. 3 Mar 1810
Children
  • Regina Jäckle b. 1 Oct 1749, d. 9 Nov 1826
  • Abraham Yeakle b. 14 Mar 1752, d. 17 Jun 1841
  • Anna Yeakle b. 16 Jul 1755, d. 11 May 1837

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1186.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 23.

Christopher Jäckle

M, b. 15 March 1718, d. 3 March 1810
FatherChristopher Yeakle
MotherRegina Heebner b. c Oct 1687, d. 4 Apr 1753
     Christopher Jäckle was born on 15 March 1718.1 He was the son of Christopher Yeakle and Regina Heebner. Christopher Jäckle was also known as Christopher Yeakle.2 He immigrated with his mother Regina Heebner in 1734 to Pennsylvania.3 Christopher Jäckle was a cooper.2 He married Maria Scholtze, daughter of Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich, on 9 August 1743.2 Christopher Jäckle and Maria lived from 1743 to 1775 in Cresheim, Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2 Christopher was the executor of George Hübner's estate in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, on 30 November 1773.4 Christopher Jäckle and Maria lived from the time of the Revolutionary War onward at the summit of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2 Christopher Jäckle died on 3 March 1810 at age 91 years, 11 months and 16 days.1 Conflicting evidence states that he died in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, on 3 January 1810.2

Family

Maria Scholtze b. 28 Mar 1718, d. 11 Mar 1807
Children
  • Regina Jäckle b. 1 Oct 1749, d. 9 Nov 1826
  • Regina Jäckle b. 1 Oct 1749, d. 9 Nov 1826
  • Abraham Yeakle b. 14 Mar 1752, d. 17 Jun 1841
  • Anna Yeakle b. 16 Jul 1755, d. 11 May 1837

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1258.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 23.
  3. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 5.
  4. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 222.

Barbara Scholtze

F, b. 5 July 1720, d. 26 January 1786
FatherBalthasar Scholtze b. c 28 Oct 1679, d. 28 Nov 1726
MotherSusanna Dietrich b. 13 Mar 1690, d. 23 Feb 1765
     Barbara Scholtze was born on 5 July 1720 in Nieder Harpersdorf, Silesia.1 She was the daughter of Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich. Barbara Scholtze fled with her parents Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich on 27 April 1726 to Saxony.1 Barbara Scholtze married Hans Christoph Hübner, son of Christoph Heebner and Maria Yeakel, on 21 October 1746. The Rev Baltasar Hoffman performed the wedding ceremony.2,3 Barbara Hübner and Hans lived in Worcester Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.3 Barbara Hübner died on 26 January 1786 at age 65 years, 6 months and 21 days.1,3

Family

Hans Christoph Hübner b. 5 Dec 1718, d. 30 Jan 1804
Children
  • Rosina Heebner b. 9 Dec 1747, d. 22 May 1775
  • Susanna Hübner b. 12 Apr 1750, d. 1 Mar 1818
  • Elizabeth Hübner b. 24 Jun 1752, d. 7 Oct 1796
  • Isaac Hübner b. 1 Aug 1754, d. 19 Jun 1776
  • Job Hübner b. 4 Sep 1757, d. 24 Jul 1781
  • Abraham Heebner b. 29 Feb 1760, d. 26 Dec 1838

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1186.
  2. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1558.
  3. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 31.

Hans Christoph Hübner

M, b. 5 December 1718, d. 30 January 1804
FatherChristoph Heebner b. c 1689, d. 26 Sep 1763
MotherMaria Yeakel b. Apr 1693, d. 10 Jul 1768
     Hans Christoph Hübner was born on 5 December 1718.1 He was the son of Christoph Heebner and Maria Yeakel. Hans Christoph Hübner was also known as Hans Christopher Heebner.2 He immigrated with his parents Christoph Heebner and Maria Yeakel in 1737 to Pennsylvania.3 Hans Christoph Hübner married Barbara Scholtze, daughter of Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich, on 21 October 1746. The Rev Baltasar Hoffman performed the wedding ceremony.1,2 Hans Christoph Hübner and Barbara lived in Worcester Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2
     Hans Christoph Hübner was an active transcriber and compiler of hymns and he published three folio volumes of hymns---in 1758, 1759 and in 1765. He also wrote three massive collections of sermons, also several volumes of homilies. In the quantity of hymns produced he leads all others at this time in America with the possible exception of Balzer Hoffman. He was one of the leaders in the creation of the Schwenkfelder Society, and was worship was often conducted in his home before the building of a church edifice.4 He died on 30 January 1804 at age 85 years, 1 month and 25 days.2 He was buried in the private cemetery on the farm one time known as the William G Freed farm, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Barbara Scholtze b. 5 Jul 1720, d. 26 Jan 1786
Children
  • Rosina Heebner b. 9 Dec 1747, d. 22 May 1775
  • Susanna Hübner b. 12 Apr 1750, d. 1 Mar 1818
  • Elizabeth Hübner b. 24 Jun 1752, d. 7 Oct 1796
  • Isaac Hübner b. 1 Aug 1754, d. 19 Jun 1776
  • Job Hübner b. 4 Sep 1757, d. 24 Jul 1781
  • Abraham Heebner b. 29 Feb 1760, d. 26 Dec 1838

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1558.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 31.
  3. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 18.
  4. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1559.

Susanna Scholtze

F, b. 21 August 1740, d. 10 October 1820
FatherGeorge Scholtze b. 8 Feb 1710, d. 21 Mar 1784
MotherAnna Hoffman b. 1712, d. 16 Jan 1796
     Susanna Scholtze was born on 21 August 1740.1 She was the daughter of George Scholtze and Anna Hoffman. Conflicting evidence states that Susanna Scholtze was born on 5 August 1740. The date, however, is incorrect.2 She married Abraham Kriebel, son of Casper Kriebel and Susanna Wiegner, on 13 May 1762. The Rev Baltasar Hoffman conducted the ceremony.3,4 Susanna Scholtze and Abraham lived in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, later, after 1784, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.3
     Tradition has it that Susanna Scholtze was very fond of flowers and had a large variety which she cultivated carefully. The love of flowers was transmitted to her descendants.3
     During the Revolutionary War General Washington was encamped in Whitpain. The soldiers would often find lodging and food at the Kriebel farm. They slept on the floor of the kitchen and in the barn; they took milk, cattle and sheep for food. Mrs. Kriebel helped the soldiers mend their uniforms; there were many remnants of soldiers uniforms among her effects when she died.3 She died on 10 October 1820 at age 80 years, 1 month and 19 days.1,4

Family

Abraham Kriebel b. 18 Oct 1736, d. 30 Jan 1801
Children
  • Christian Kriebel b. 4 Feb 1764, d. 12 Oct 1812
  • Andrew Kriebel b. 5 Oct 1765, d. 15 Oct 1853

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1186.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 20.
  3. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 350.
  4. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 44.

Abraham Kriebel

M, b. 18 October 1736, d. 30 January 1801
FatherCasper Kriebel1 b. 1700 or 1701, d. 16 Feb 1771
MotherSusanna Wiegner b. 26 Aug 1706, d. 17 Apr 1769
     Abraham Kriebel was born on 18 October 1736.2 Conflicting evidence states that Abraham was born on 8 October 1736.3 He was the son of Casper Kriebel and Susanna Wiegner.1 Abraham Kriebel married Susanna Scholtze, daughter of George Scholtze and Anna Hoffman, on 13 May 1762. The Rev Baltasar Hoffman conducted the ceremony.2,4 Abraham Kriebel and Susanna lived in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, later, after 1784, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2 Abraham Kriebel left a will on 12 March 1792.5
      He died on 30 January 1801 at age 64 years, 3 months and 12 days.2,4 Abraham's will was probated in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, on 16 March 1801.6

Family

Susanna Scholtze b. 21 Aug 1740, d. 10 Oct 1820
Children
  • Christian Kriebel5 b. 4 Feb 1764, d. 12 Oct 1812
  • Andrew Kriebel5 b. 5 Oct 1765, d. 15 Oct 1853

Citations

  1. [S1932] Montgomery County Will Book 2: 191.
  2. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 350.
  3. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 11.
  4. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 44.
  5. [S1932] Montgomery County Will Book 2: 190-192.
  6. [S1932] Montgomery County Will Book 2: 192.

Eve Scholtze

F, b. 31 January 1756, d. 6 April 1786
FatherGeorge Scholtze b. 8 Feb 1710, d. 21 Mar 1784
MotherAnna Hoffman b. 1712, d. 16 Jan 1796
     Eve Scholtze was born on 31 January 1756.1,2 She was the daughter of George Scholtze and Anna Hoffman. Eve Scholtze married Abraham Dresher, son of Christopher Dresher and Anna Kriebel, on 15 May 1777.3 Eve Dresher died on 6 April 1786 at age 30 years, 2 months and 5 days.1,3

Family

Abraham Dresher b. 14 May 1750, d. 30 Jul 1811
Children
  • Daniel Dresher b. 4 Mar 1778, d. 6 Mar 1778
  • Anna Dresher b. 27 Apr 1779
  • Susanna Dresher b. 29 Jul 1781, d. 26 Oct 1831
  • Regina Dresher b. 13 Feb 1783, d. 23 Sep 1804
  • Abraham Dresher b. 20 Apr 1785, d. 7 May 1786

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1186.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 20.
  3. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 60.

Abraham Dresher

M, b. 14 May 1750, d. 30 July 1811
FatherChristopher Dresher b. 5 Mar 1713, d. 2 Aug 1770
MotherAnna Kriebel b. 1722, d. 4 Jul 1786
     Abraham Dresher was born on 14 May 1750.1 He was the son of Christopher Dresher and Anna Kriebel. Abraham Dresher married Eve Scholtze, daughter of George Scholtze and Anna Hoffman, on 15 May 1777.2 Abraham Dresher married Susanna Seipt, daughter of Casper Seibt and Rosina Yeakle, on 22 May 1787.2 Abraham Dresher died on 30 July 1811 at age 61 years, 2 months and 16 days.2

Family 1

Eve Scholtze b. 31 Jan 1756, d. 6 Apr 1786
Children
  • Daniel Dresher b. 4 Mar 1778, d. 6 Mar 1778
  • Anna Dresher b. 27 Apr 1779
  • Susanna Dresher b. 29 Jul 1781, d. 26 Oct 1831
  • Regina Dresher b. 13 Feb 1783, d. 23 Sep 1804
  • Abraham Dresher b. 20 Apr 1785, d. 7 May 1786

Family 2

Susanna Seipt b. 1 Jan 1762, d. 21 Jan 1840
Children
  • George Dresher b. 20 Jul 1788, d. 6 Oct 1788
  • Jacob Dresher b. 13 May 1790, d. 29 Mar 1833

Citations

  1. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 24; 60, calculated from age at death of "61 years, 2 months, 15 days."
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 60.

Balthasar Schultz

M, b. 23 April 1744, d. 12 April 1813
FatherGeorge Scholtze b. 8 Feb 1710, d. 21 Mar 1784
MotherAnna Hoffman b. 1712, d. 16 Jan 1796
     Balthasar Schultz was born on 23 April 1744.1 He was the son of George Scholtze and Anna Hoffman. Balthasar Schultz was also known as Balzer Schultz. This was the way he signed his name.1 He married Anna Yeakel, daughter of Balthasar Yeakel and Barbara Warmer, on 24 November 1768. The Rev. Christoph Scholtze conducted the ceremony.1 Balthasar Schultz was a farmer.1 He and Anna lived on Hosensack Creek, in Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1 Balthasar was the executor of Peter Gerhard's estate in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, on 10 October 1791.2 Balthasar was the executor of Anna Hoffman's estate in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, on 29 March 1796.3 Balthasar was the executor of George Scholtze's estate in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, on 8 May 1797. He was not however named in the will but was granted letters testamentary along with his brother Gregory.4 Balthasar Schultz died on 12 April 1813 at age 68 years, 11 months and 20 days.1

Family

Anna Yeakel b. 25 Jun 1743, d. 8 Sep 1799
Children
  • George Schultz b. 28 Jun 1771, d. 3 Sep 1847
  • Rosina Schultz b. 11 May 1785, d. 9 May 1820

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1186.
  2. [S1816] Montgomery County Will Book 1: 265. Online. Ancestry.com.
  3. [S1313] Montgomery County Will Book 1: 498. FHL microfilm 0021547.
  4. [S1314] Montgomery County Will Book vol. 1: 551. FHL microfilm 0021547.

Anna Yeakel

F, b. 25 June 1743, d. 8 September 1799
FatherBalthasar Yeakel d. 28 Jan 1762
MotherBarbara Warmer b. 1711, d. 25 Feb 1808
     Anna Yeakel was born on 25 June 1743.1 She was the daughter of Balthasar Yeakel and Barbara Warmer. Anna Yeakel married Balthasar Schultz, son of George Scholtze and Anna Hoffman, on 24 November 1768. The Rev. Christoph Scholtze conducted the ceremony.1 Anna Schultz and Balthasar lived on Hosensack Creek, in Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1 Anna Schultz died on 8 September 1799 at age 56 years, 2 months and 14 days.1

Family

Balthasar Schultz b. 23 Apr 1744, d. 12 Apr 1813
Children
  • George Schultz b. 28 Jun 1771, d. 3 Sep 1847
  • Rosina Schultz b. 11 May 1785, d. 9 May 1820

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1186.

Balthasar Yeakel

M, d. 28 January 1762
FatherDavid Jäckel b. c 1659
MotherSusanna Heydrick d. b 1734
     Balthasar Yeakel was also known as Baltasar Jäckel. He was the son of David Jäckel and Susanna Heydrick. Balthasar Yeakel married Barbara Warmer on 24 November 1737.1,2 Balthasar Yeakel was naturalized at the same time as Christopher Reinwald and David Seibt between 10 April 1743 and 13 April 1743 in the Supreme Court, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, using the provisions provided for Quakers and being affirmed.3,4 Balthasar Yeakel died on 28 January 1762.5,2 The cause of Balthasar's death was an accident in which he bled to death.1 He was buried in Washington Schwenfelder Cemetery, Hereford Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Barbara Warmer b. 1711, d. 25 Feb 1808
Children
  • Susanna Yeakel b. 19 Mar 1739, d. 7 Sep 1808
  • Anna Yeakel+ b. 25 Jun 1743, d. 8 Sep 1799
  • David Yeakel b. 29 Dec 1744, d. 2 Mar 1756
  • George Yeakel b. 20 Feb 1746, d. 5 Aug 1751
  • Casper Yeakel b. 6 Jan 1748, d. 11 Jul 1804
  • Rosina Yeakel+ b. 13 Dec 1752, d. 22 Dec 1819

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 467.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 20.
  3. [S102] Persons Naturalized in the Province of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Archives, p 308.
  4. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 467, 630 gives an incorrect date of 21 June 1743, which was the date the clerk of the Supreme Court sent a copy of the naturalization records to the Board of Trade.
  5. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 466, 467.

Barbara Warmer

F, b. 1711, d. 25 February 1808
     Barbara Warmer was born in 1711.1 Barbara Warmer was also possibly known as Barbara Mentzel?2 She married Balthasar Yeakel, son of David Jäckel and Susanna Heydrick, on 24 November 1737.1,3 Barbara Yeakel died on 25 February 1808 at age 97 years.1,3

Family

Balthasar Yeakel d. 28 Jan 1762
Children
  • Susanna Yeakel b. 19 Mar 1739, d. 7 Sep 1808
  • Anna Yeakel+ b. 25 Jun 1743, d. 8 Sep 1799
  • David Yeakel b. 29 Dec 1744, d. 2 Mar 1756
  • George Yeakel b. 20 Feb 1746, d. 5 Aug 1751
  • Casper Yeakel b. 6 Jan 1748, d. 11 Jul 1804
  • Rosina Yeakel+ b. 13 Dec 1752, d. 22 Dec 1819

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 467.
  2. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 466.
  3. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 20.

Gregory Schultz

M, b. 25 March 1753, d. 27 February 1827
FatherGeorge Scholtze b. 8 Feb 1710, d. 21 Mar 1784
MotherAnna Hoffman b. 1712, d. 16 Jan 1796
     Gregory Schultz was born on 25 March 1753.1 He was the son of George Scholtze and Anna Hoffman. Conflicting evidence states that Gregory Schultz was born on 24 February 1753. This date is, however, incorrect.2 He married Rosina Yeakel, daughter of Balthasar Yeakel and Barbara Warmer, on 1 May 1777. The Rev. Christoph Scholtze conducted the wedding ceremony.3,4 Gregory Schultz witnessed the will of Rev. Christoph Scholtze on 24 October 1788.5,6 Gregory was the executor of Anna Hoffman's estate in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, on 29 March 1796.7 Gregory was the executor of George Scholtze's estate in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, on 8 May 1797. He was not however named in the will but was granted letters testamentary along with his brother Balthasar.8 Gregory Schultz died on 27 February 1827 at age 73 years, 11 months and 2 days.1

Family

Rosina Yeakel b. 13 Dec 1752, d. 22 Dec 1819
Children
  • Unnamed son Schultz b. 27 Jul 1778
  • Susanna Schultz b. 1 May 1780, d. 13 Nov 1830
  • Maria Schultz b. 25 May 1783, d. 15 Nov 1787
  • Barbara Schultz b. 22 May 1785, d. 7 May 1808
  • Daniel Schultz b. 2 Jul 1788, d. 5 Sep 1862
  • Eve Schultz b. 3 May 1791, d. 16 Aug 1816

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1186, 1187.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 20.
  3. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1187.
  4. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 59.
  5. [S1910] Will of Christopher Schultz (pro. 28 September 1789).
  6. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 29.
  7. [S1313] Montgomery County Will Book 1: 498. FHL microfilm 0021547.
  8. [S1314] Montgomery County Will Book vol. 1: 551. FHL microfilm 0021547.

Rosina Yeakle

F, b. 12 January 1730, d. 16 July 1820
FatherAbraham Yeakle d. 12 Jan 1762
MotherMaria Wiegner b. 1699, d. 3 Jan 1781
     Rosina Yeakle was born on 12 January 1730.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Yeakle and Maria Wiegner. Rosina Yeakle immigrated with her parents Abraham Yeakle and Maria Yeakle in 1734 to Pennsylvania.2,3 Rosina Yeakle married Casper Seibt, son of David Seibt and Judith Reinwald, on 27 November 1750 The ceremony was conducted by the Rev Baltasar Hoffman.1 Rosina Seibt and Casper lived after 1750 on a farm, Towamencin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1 Rosina Seibt died on 16 July 1820 at age 90 years, 6 months and 4 days.1 She was buried in Towamencin Schwekfelder Cemetery, Towamencin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Casper Seibt b. c 1 Nov 1725, d. 11 Dec 1773
Children
  • Elizabeth Seibt b. 21 Nov 1751, d. 5 May 1849
  • Maria Seibt b. 2 Nov 1754, d. 25 Aug 1757
  • David Seibt b. 26 Jul 1757, d. 9 Feb 1816
  • Susanna Seipt+ b. 1 Jan 1762, d. 21 Jan 1840
  • Rosina Seipt+ b. 9 Feb 1764, d. 19 Sep 1816
  • Abraham Seibt b. 1 Oct 1766, d. 19 Sep 1850
  • Regina Seibt b. 15 Mar 1772, d. 6 Mar 1841

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 886.
  2. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 467.
  3. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 10.

Rosina Yeakel

F, b. 13 December 1752, d. 22 December 1819
FatherBalthasar Yeakel d. 28 Jan 1762
MotherBarbara Warmer b. 1711, d. 25 Feb 1808
     Rosina Yeakel was born on 13 December 1752.1 She was the daughter of Balthasar Yeakel and Barbara Warmer. Rosina Yeakel married Gregory Schultz, son of George Scholtze and Anna Hoffman, on 1 May 1777. The Rev. Christoph Scholtze conducted the wedding ceremony.1,2 Rosina Schultz died on 22 December 1819 at age 67 years and 9 days.1

Family

Gregory Schultz b. 25 Mar 1753, d. 27 Feb 1827
Children
  • Unnamed son Schultz b. 27 Jul 1778
  • Susanna Schultz b. 1 May 1780, d. 13 Nov 1830
  • Maria Schultz b. 25 May 1783, d. 15 Nov 1787
  • Barbara Schultz b. 22 May 1785, d. 7 May 1808
  • Daniel Schultz b. 2 Jul 1788, d. 5 Sep 1862
  • Eve Schultz b. 3 May 1791, d. 16 Aug 1816

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 1187.
  2. [S54] (Rev.) Reuben Kriebel, Descendants of the Schwenkfelders, 59.

Balthasar Yeakel

M, b. December 1733, d. 12 October 1797
FatherHans Heinrich Jäckel b. 19 Feb 1708, d. 21 Dec 1781
MotherSusanna Heydrick b. 19 Sep 1710, d. 23 Sep 1793
     Balthasar Yeakel was born in December 1733.1 He was the son of Hans Heinrich Jäckel and Susanna Heydrick. Balthasar Yeakel married Susanna Krauss, daughter of Balthasar Krauss and Susanna Hoffman, on 25 August 1761. The Rev Baltasar Hoffman performed the wedding ceremony.2 Balthasar Yeakel died on 12 October 1797 at age 63 years and 10 months.1

Family

Susanna Krauss b. 29 Aug 1738, d. 15 Feb 1820
Children
  • Sarah Yeakel b. 18 Apr 1765, d. 24 Dec 1849
  • Barbara Yeakel b. 22 Nov 1766, d. 21 Jul 1823
  • David Yeakel b. 6 Apr 1770, d. 27 May 1859
  • Susanna Yeakel b. 29 Oct 1775, d. 1 Feb 1795

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 468, 471.
  2. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 471.

Susanna Krauss

F, b. 29 August 1738, d. 15 February 1820
FatherBalthasar Krauss b. 8 Mar 1706, d. 25 Feb 1774
MotherSusanna Hoffman b. 3 May 1708, d. 14 Apr 1791
     Susanna Krauss was born on 29 August 1738.1 She was the daughter of Balthasar Krauss and Susanna Hoffman. Susanna Krauss married Balthasar Yeakel, son of Hans Heinrich Jäckel and Susanna Heydrick, on 25 August 1761. The Rev Baltasar Hoffman performed the wedding ceremony.2 Susanna Yeakel died on 15 February 1820 at age 81 years, 5 months and 17 days.1

Family

Balthasar Yeakel b. Dec 1733, d. 12 Oct 1797
Children
  • Sarah Yeakel b. 18 Apr 1765, d. 24 Dec 1849
  • Barbara Yeakel b. 22 Nov 1766, d. 21 Jul 1823
  • David Yeakel b. 6 Apr 1770, d. 27 May 1859
  • Susanna Yeakel b. 29 Oct 1775, d. 1 Feb 1795

Citations

  1. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 146, 471.
  2. [S359] Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, 471.