Magdalena Fried

F, b. 12 December 1749, d. 28 February 1837
FatherJohannes Fried b. c 16 Nov 1725, d. 20 Jan 1819
MotherMaria Kolb b. 12 Apr 1725, d. 3 Jan 1786
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     Magdalena Fried was born on 12 December 1749.1 She was the daughter of Johannes Fried and Maria Kolb. Magdalena Fried married Rev. Christian Haldeman, son of Christian Haldeman and Catherine Krey, on 14 April 1768.1 Magdalena Fried and Christian were Mennonites. Magdalena Fried died on 28 February 1837 at age 87 years, 2 months and 16 days.1
      Magdalena was probably a free white female, age 45 or over, in Isaac Haldeman's household, on the 1820 Census in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2

Family

Rev. Christian Haldeman b. 11 May 1744, d. 6 Jul 1833
Children

Citations

  1. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 56.
  2. [S739] 1820 U.S. census, (Upper Salford Township), Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, page 218, line 15.

Johannes Fried

M, b. circa 16 November 1725, d. 20 January 1819
Father-CANJohannes Fried1 b. c 1682, d. 21 Dec 1744
Mother-CANChristina (?)1
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     Johannes Fried was born circa 16 November 1725.2 Johannes was the probable son of Johannes Fried and Christina (?) Johannes Fried was the son of Johannes Fried and Christina (?)1 As of 7 May 1744, Johannes Fried was also known as John Freed.1 John was the executor of his father John Freed's estate on 5 February 1744/45.1 Johannes Fried married Maria Kolb, daughter of Rev. Martin Kolb and Maria Magdalena Van Sintern, on 10 June 1746.3 Johannes Fried married secondly, Mary Kolb, daughter of Peter Kolb and Elizabeth Oberholtzer.4 Johannes Fried died on 20 January 1819.5 He was buried in Mennonite Cemetery, Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.6
     Johannes was listed as the head of a family on the 1790 Census in reminder of county, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He was the one who was recorded as a free white male aged 16 years and over. He resided with five free white females.7 Johannes was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census in Perkiomen, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He was the one who was recorded as a free white male of 45 years and upward.8 Johannes was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Skippack & Perkiomen, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He was the one who was recorded as a free white male of 45 years and upward.9

Family 1

Maria Kolb b. 12 Apr 1725, d. 3 Jan 1786
Children

Family 2

Mary Kolb b. 3 Jul 1741, d. 20 Jun 1824

Citations

  1. [S1215] Philadelphia County Will Book G: 160. FHL microfilm 0021723.
  2. [S1217] James Y Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township 172, which gave his age at death as 93 years, two months, four days, and calculated therefrom.
  3. [S56] Rootsweb World Connect Project, The Godshalk History.
  4. [S1216] Richard W Davis, Kolb/Colb/Kulp 2.
  5. [S1217] James Y Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township 172.
  6. [S1217] James Y Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township 173.
  7. [S1219] 1790 U.S. census, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, (Reminder of the County), page 30, line 59.
  8. [S1220] 1800 U.S. census, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, (Perkiomen), page 867, line 25.
  9. [S351] 1810 U.S. census, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, (Skippack & Perkimen), page 172, line 41.

Maria Kolb

F, b. 12 April 1725, d. 3 January 1786
FatherRev. Martin Kolb b. 1680, d. 1761
MotherMaria Magdalena Van Sintern
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     Maria Kolb was born on 12 April 1725.1 She was the daughter of Rev. Martin Kolb and Maria Magdalena Van Sintern. Maria Kolb married Johannes Fried, son of Johannes Fried and Christina (?), on 10 June 1746.2 Maria Kolb died on 3 January 1786 at age 60 years, 8 months and 22 days.3,4

Family

Johannes Fried b. c 16 Nov 1725, d. 20 Jan 1819
Children

Citations

  1. [S1217] James Y Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township 172, where her age is given as "aged sixty years and six months."
  2. [S56] Rootsweb World Connect Project, The Godshalk History.
  3. [S1217] James Y Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township 172.
  4. [S1216] Richard W Davis, Kolb/Colb/Kulp 2, year only.

Barbara Sauter

F, b. circa 1706
FatherJacob Sauter b. c 1685, d. 1745
MotherAnna Rosenberger b. c 1684
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     Barbara Sauter was born circa 1706.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Sauter and Anna Rosenberger. Barbara Sauter married Jacob Stauffer, son of Hans Stauffer and Kungold Hiestand, circa 1724 in Valley Forge, Chester County, Pennsylvania.2,3 Barbara Sauter and Jacob lived in Perkiomen Township, Philadelphia County, later Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1 Barbara Sauter and Jacob lived circa 1734 in Hereford Township, later Washington Township, Philadelphia County which was, after 1753, Berks County, Pennsylvania.4 Barbara Sauter and Jacob were Mennonites.5

Family

Jacob Stauffer b. 1696, d. 1 Mar 1780
Children

Citations

  1. [S1169] Richard W Davis, Sauter/Souder/Suter p. 1.
  2. [S120] A.J. Fretz, The Stauffer-Stover Family History, 197, place cited.
  3. [S1169] Richard W Davis, Sauter/Souder/Suter p. 1, date cited.
  4. [S120] A.J. Fretz, The Stauffer-Stover Family History, 197. The last two sentences concerning the plantation copied from Fretz.
  5. [S120] A.J. Fretz, The Stauffer-Stover Family History, 197.
  6. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 300, "My son, Henry Stauffer, was born to me in the year 1725, the 3 August" in her husband Jacob's hand.
  7. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 300, "My son, Christian Stauffer, was born to me in the year 1728, the 18 day December" in her husband Jacob's hand.
  8. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 300, "My daughter, Susan, was born to me in the year 1730, the 11 day April, in (the sign) Gemini " in her husband Jacob's hand.
  9. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 300, "My daughter, Ester, was born to me in the year 1732, in June" in her husband Jacob's hand.
  10. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 300, "My son, Abraham, was born to me in the year 1734, in December" in her husband Jacob's hand.
  11. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 300, "My son, John, was born to me in the year 1737, October" in her husband Jacob's hand.

Hans Stauffer

M, b. 1644, d. after 1710
FatherHans (Johannes) Stauffer b. 1613, d. a 1695
MotherMadlena Neuenschwander
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     Hans Stauffer was born in 1644 in Eggiwil, Canton Bern, Switzerland.1 He was the son of Hans (Johannes) Stauffer and Madlena Neuenschwander. Hans Stauffer was also listed as being born, incorrectly, between 1650 and 1655 in Alzheim, Switzerland.2,3 Hans Stauffer was also known as Johannes Stauffer. He was called an Anabaptist while hiding in the lowlands, Germany, in 1668.1 He was recorded as an unmarried Anabaptist, age 27 years, and as a grandson of Christian Stauffer, born 1580, living in Ibersheim, Hesse, Germany.4 He married Kungold Hiestand in 1685.2 Hans Stauffer lived at the time of his marriage in 1685 in Ibersheim. He was a farmer and a viniculturist.5 He and Kungold were of the Mennonite faith. Hans Stauffer inherited 23 reils, local money, from his sister Anneli Stauffer in 1707 under her Will.6 Hans Stauffer and Kungold Hiestand immigrated between 1709 and 1710 to Pennsylvania.      They embarked on a three day journey from Weissenau, on the Rhine, on Nov. 5, 1709. After ten weeks of intermittent travel, they arrived at London. Their journey proceeded as follows: they set sail on Nov. 8th from Weissenau, remained in Bingen one day, and set sail on the tenth from Hebstet; on the 11th to Neuen Wirt. On the twelfth, they sailed from there to Erbst. On the 13th from Erbst to Millen. They remained there one day. On the 15th they left Millen and sailed to Eisen, where they stayed two days. On the 17th they sailed from Eisen and came to Erding on the 18th. From there, on the 20th, they sailed for a half-hour under Wiesol, and on the 21st they came to shore. They remained until the weather became calm. Three days later, on Nov. 24th, they set sail from Emrig for Schingen Schantzs. On Nov. 27th they sailed toward Arm, during the night to Rein and on the 28th they came to Wein, and from there to Gert on Nov. 29th. On Dec. 1st, they arrived in Amsterdam. They left Amsterdam on Dec. 17 and sailed for a half-hour in front of the city. They remained until the wind calmed. On the 19th they sailed to Rotterdam. They waited for 13 days for a favorable wind, setting sail on Dec. 29th to nearby Brielle. On Jan. 20th they finally left for London, and were six days on the sea.
They sailed on the ship "Maria Hope", and reached Philadelphia in the spring of 1710, after a 67 day sea voyage.7 Hans Stauffer and Kungold settled near Valley Forge, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Hans Stauffer died after 1710 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was probably buried in a Mennonite graveyard, near Valley Forge, Chester County, Pennsylvania.8 He appeared in the census enumerated on 1 January 1672 in Ibersheim, Hesse, Germany, living with Christian Stauffer listed as a grandson. He was unmarried.9

Family

Kungold Hiestand b. 10 Jan 1657/58
Children

Citations

  1. [S1063] Richard W Davis, Stauffer/Stouffer Part 1 p. 26.
  2. [S120] A.J. Fretz, The Stauffer-Stover Family History, 195.
  3. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 296, date of birth given as 1655 by the contributer.
  4. [S1063] Richard W Davis, Stauffer/Stouffer Part 1 pp. 2, 26, citing for the census Manuscript number 1248 in the Archives of the UMC, Amsterdam, Holland.
  5. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 296, viniculturist.
  6. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 296, "Moreover, I have from my sister Anneli, 23 r., local money, which she inherited, 1707. I, 100."
  7. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 299, part VI of his notebook, the designation "Book 2: 1, 2, 3" appears above this part of the transcription.
  8. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 296, note by the contributer.
  9. [S1063] Richard W Davis, Stauffer/Stouffer Part 1 pgs. 2-3, citing Manuscript #1248, Archives of the UMC, Amsterdam, Holland and the Eggiwil, Switzerland church book.

Kungold Hiestand1

F, b. 10 January 1657/58
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     Kungold Hiestand was baptized on 10 January 1657/58 in Richterswil, Switzerland.1 Kungold Hiestand was also known as Kinget Hiestand. She married Michael Reif, son of Hans Heinrich Rÿff and Anna Hitz, in 1679.1,2 Kungold Hiestand married Hans Stauffer, son of Hans (Johannes) Stauffer and Madlena Neuenschwander, in 1685.3 Kungold Hiestand and Hans were of the Mennonite faith. Kungold Hiestand and Hans Stauffer immigrated between 1709 and 1710 to Pennsylvania.      They embarked on a three day journey from Weissenau, on the Rhine, on Nov. 5, 1709. After ten weeks of intermittent travel, they arrived at London. Their journey proceeded as follows: they set sail on Nov. 8th from Weissenau, remained in Bingen one day, and set sail on the tenth from Hebstet; on the 11th to Neuen Wirt. On the twelfth, they sailed from there to Erbst. On the 13th from Erbst to Millen. They remained there one day. On the 15th they left Millen and sailed to Eisen, where they stayed two days. On the 17th they sailed from Eisen and came to Erding on the 18th. From there, on the 20th, they sailed for a half-hour under Wiesol, and on the 21st they came to shore. They remained until the weather became calm. Three days later, on Nov. 24th, they set sail from Emrig for Schingen Schantzs. On Nov. 27th they sailed toward Arm, during the night to Rein and on the 28th they came to Wein, and from there to Gert on Nov. 29th. On Dec. 1st, they arrived in Amsterdam. They left Amsterdam on Dec. 17 and sailed for a half-hour in front of the city. They remained until the wind calmed. On the 19th they sailed to Rotterdam. They waited for 13 days for a favorable wind, setting sail on Dec. 29th to nearby Brielle. On Jan. 20th they finally left for London, and were six days on the sea.
They sailed on the ship "Maria Hope", and reached Philadelphia in the spring of 1710, after a 67 day sea voyage.4 Kungold Hiestand and Hans settled in Valley Forge, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Kungold Hiestand was buried in Mennonite graveyard, near Valley Forge, Chester County, Pennsylvania.5

Family 1

Michael Reif b. 13 Jun 1652, d. 1684
Child

Family 2

Hans Stauffer b. 1644, d. a 1710
Children

Citations

  1. [S61] Jane Evans Best, "Hiestand Family", 59.
  2. [S114] Jane Evans Best, "Reif and Hiestand Families", 5, 6.
  3. [S120] A.J. Fretz, The Stauffer-Stover Family History, 195.
  4. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", 299, part VI of his notebook, the designation "Book 2: 1, 2, 3" appears above this part of the transcription.
  5. [S59] William T Stauffer, "Hans Stauffer's Account Books", vol. X, 296.

Anna Bergey

F, b. circa 1781, d. 22 June 1817
FatherChristian Bergey b. 13 Jun 1741, d. 24 Mar 1819
MotherMary (?) b. 18 Nov 1743, d. 28 Oct 1808
     Anna Bergey was born circa 1781 in Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1,2 She was the daughter of Christian Bergey and Mary (?) Anna Bergey married Bishop Abraham Haldeman, son of Rev. Christian Haldeman and Magdalena Fried, circa 1800.1 Anna Bergey died on 22 June 1817 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.3 She was buried in Mennonite Cemetery, Spring City, Chester County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Bishop Abraham Haldeman b. 30 Aug 1780, d. 30 May 1865
Children
  • Abraham Halteman
  • Samuel Halteman b. 2 Nov 1801, d. 27 Jan 1842
  • Magdalena Halteman b. 1 Jan 1803
  • Maria Halteman b. 17 Jan 1804, d. 21 Aug 1880
  • Anna Halteman b. 27 Dec 1806, d. 5 Feb 1877

Citations

  1. [S116] David Hendricks Bergey, Genealogy of Bergey Family, 25.
  2. [S123] Thera Database, online <http://wc.rootsweb.com/~schwenk>, 29 Feb 2000, date only.
  3. [S123] Thera Database, online <http://wc.rootsweb.com/~schwenk>, 29 Feb 2000.

Elizabeth Funk

F, b. 6 April 1785, d. 7 December 1867
FatherRev. Jacob Funk b. 30 May 1761, d. 22 Jul 1817
MotherMary Shelly b. c 1765, d. 27 Apr 1809
     Elizabeth Funk was born on 6 April 1785 in Vincent Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of Rev. Jacob Funk and Mary Shelly. Elizabeth Funk married Bishop Abraham Haldeman, son of Rev. Christian Haldeman and Magdalena Fried, circa 1818.2 Elizabeth Funk died on 7 December 1867 at age 82 years, 8 months and 1 day.1,2,3,5 She was buried near Richfield, Juniata County, Pennsylvania.
     Polly was listed as a household member living with Bishop Abraham Haldeman on the 1850 Census in West Penn Township, Schuykill County, Pennsylvania. She was recorded as being a 64-year-old female who was born in Pennsylvania.6.

Family

Bishop Abraham Haldeman b. 30 Aug 1780, d. 30 May 1865
Children
  • Gideon Halteman
  • Elizabeth Halteman
  • Isaac Halteman
  • Job Haldeman

Citations

  1. [S9] A. J. Fretz, The Descendants of Christian and Hans Meyer, 297.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb World Connect Project, Karon Bosze's Home Page.
  3. [S41] Robert Lawrence Showalter, Descendants of Showalter,.
  4. [S123] Thera Database, online <http://wc.rootsweb.com/~schwenk>, date only.
  5. [S123] Thera Database, online <http://wc.rootsweb.com/~schwenk>.
  6. [S216] 1850 U.S. census, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, West Penn Township, page 270, dwelling 88, family 103, line 11.

Abraham Bergey

M, b. 22 August 1765, d. 6 June 1843
FatherChristian Bergey b. 13 Jun 1741, d. 24 Mar 1819
MotherMary (?) b. 18 Nov 1743, d. 28 Oct 1808
     Abraham Bergey was born on 22 August 1765 in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of Christian Bergey and Mary (?) Abraham Bergey married Maria Haldeman, daughter of Rev. Christian Haldeman and Magdalena Fried. Abraham Bergey and Maria lived in Limerick Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2,3 Abraham Bergey died on 6 June 1843 in Limerick Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, at age 77 years, 9 months and 15 days.1 He was buried in Herstein's Cemetery.1

Family

Maria Haldeman b. 9 Jun 1773, d. 13 Mar 1854
Children
  • Magdalena Bergey b. 17 Dec 1794, d. 6 Feb 1873
  • Catherine Bergey4 b. 16 Oct 1796, d. 29 Jan 1885
  • Elizabeth Bergey b. 5 Feb 1804, d. 28 Nov 1857
  • Maria Bergey b. 24 Aug 1806, d. 8 Jun 1831
  • Leah Bergey b. 8 Nov 1811, d. 8 Sep 1815

Citations

  1. [S116] David Hendricks Bergey, Genealogy of Bergey Family, 24.
  2. [S112] Elisha S. Loomis, Some Account of Jacob Oberholtzer, 246.
  3. [S10] Henry S. Bower, Genealogical Record of Daniel Stauffer and Hans Bauer, 93.
  4. [S116] David Hendricks Bergey, Genealogy of Bergey Family, 55.

Christian Horst

M
     Christian Horst died in prob. Pennsylvania. He married Maria Haldeman, daughter of Rev. Christian Haldeman and Magdalena Fried, after 1843.

Family

Maria Haldeman b. 9 Jun 1773, d. 13 Mar 1854