Susannah Buckwalter

F, b. circa 1728
FatherJacob Buckwalter b. c 1694, d. 1761
     Susannah Buckwalter was born circa 1728.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Buckwalter. Susannah Buckwalter married Christian Stauffer, son of Jacob Stauffer and Barbara Sauter, on 23 August 1756.1,2 Susannah Buckwalter and Christian were Mennonites.3

Family

Christian Stauffer b. 18 Dec 1728, d. 14 Jul 1798
Children
  • Esther Stauffer b. 22 May 1757, d. 1805
  • John Stauffer b. 24 Dec 1758, d. 5 Mar 1845
  • Maria Stauffer b. 13 Jul 1761, d. 11 Mar 1833
  • Anna Stauffer b. 20 Jul 1763
  • Polly Stauffer b. c 1766

Citations

  1. [S1063] Richard W Davis, Stauffer/Stouffer Part 1 p. 28.
  2. [S120] A.J. Fretz, The Stauffer-Stover Family History, 241.
  3. [S1063] Richard W Davis, Stauffer/Stouffer Part 1 p. 28, where he is referred to as a Mennonite, even though he fought in the Revolutionary War.

Maria Buckwalter

F, b. 3 April 1725, d. 19 June 1803
FatherJacob Buckwalter b. c 1694, d. 1761
     Maria Buckwalter was born on 3 April 1725.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Buckwalter. Maria Buckwalter married Henry Stauffer, son of Jacob Stauffer and Barbara Sauter. Maria Buckwalter died on 19 June 1803 at age 78 years, 2 months and 16 days.1

Family

Henry Stauffer b. 13 Aug 1725, d. 19 Jun 1803
Children
  • Jacob Stauffer b. 2 Aug 1754, d. 20 Mar 1839
  • Rev. John Stauffer b. 5 Oct 1762, d. 11 Oct 1822

Citations

  1. [S113] Stauffer Genealogical Database, 1998-1999.

Susanna Stauffer

F
FatherMathias Stauffer d. 1826
MotherAnna Clemens b. c 1740
     Susanna Stauffer was born. She was the daughter of Mathias Stauffer and Anna Clemens. Susanna Stauffer married Cornelius Custer.

Family

Cornelius Custer
Child
  • Mathias Custer

Cornelius Custer

M
     Cornelius Custer married Susanna Stauffer, daughter of Mathias Stauffer and Anna Clemens.

Family

Susanna Stauffer
Child
  • Mathias Custer

Christian Stouffer1

M, b. circa 1709, d. 1781
FatherChristian Stauffer b. c 1680, d. a 26 Feb 1734/35
Mother-CANthe daughter of Mathias Schilt
ChartsAncestors of Chuck Wolfram
     Christian Stouffer was born circa 1709.2 Christian Stouffer was also known as Christian Stauffer. He was the son of Christian Stauffer and the daughter of Mathias Schilt. Christian was the son of Christian Stauffer and the likely son of the daughter of Mathias Schilt. Christian's father was twice married, the first time around the year 1700 to probably the daughter (or perhaps the sister)of Mathias Schilt. Her given name is unknown. It is also unknown when she died. The mother could have been the second wife. Christian Stouffer married Elizabeth (?), daughter of Yellis Cassel. Christian Stouffer was a farmer.3 He and Elizabeth were Mennonites.3 Christian Stouffer lived between 1736 and 1781 in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.3 He made a will on 15 May 1773. The witnesses were Melchoir Wagner and Owen Thomas. In Christian Stouffer's will, Hans Ulrich Stauffer and Mathias Stauffer were named by Christian to handle his estate.1 The transcript of the Will read:
In the Name of God Amen. I Christian Stouffer of Lower Solford Township in the County of Philadelphia in the province of Pennsylva. yeoman, Am advanced in years, but of perfect sound mind, understanding & memory thanks be to god for the same, Do this fifteenth day of May, in the year of our lord, one thousand Seven hundred & seventy three make & ordain this my last Will & Testament in manner & form following. First I recommend my Soul in the hand of God my Creator, & my body to the earth, to be decently buried at the disceretion of my hereunto named Exor. And as for my wordly goods & Effects, wherewith it hath pleased God to blefs me in this life, I dispose & direct the same manner following.
First I will that all my Just debts funeral charges with the probate hereof be duly satisfied & paid out of my whole Estate by my Ex.or,
Item I give & devise unto my well beloved Wife Elizabeth my bedsted with the usual beddings & furniture, her new chest with what she usually hath kept therein, (money excepted) her Spinning Wheel, my Copper tea Kettle & tea urn and fifty pounds currant lawful money of Pennsylva. the money to be paid to her within three months next following my decease.
Item I give & devise unto my s.d Wife Elizabeth the Jnterest of two hundred &fifty pounds like money the s.d Jnterest to begin at or before the time of my decease. So that the first payment thereof be paid to her within one year after my decease & afterwards yearly during the time -t-h-a-t- she remains my Widow. J likewise give unto her, her saddle she use to ride on, all whereafords.d J give unto her in lieu or part of her thirds or Dower of my whole Estate.
Item J give & devise unto my daughter Ann Mary her Bedsted with her beddings her Chest & Spinning Wheel & a Smoothing Iron, all which I give unto her first & foremost, before she Shares with my other Children.
Item it is my Will farther & I do order that all the residue of my whole estate, both real & personal be sold, at a publick sale to the best advantage to my Children alive after my decease & all the monies ariseing from the said whole Sale J dispose & devise the Same to all my here named Children Share & Share alike, Yellis, JohnUly, Mathias, Gertraut, Elizabeth & Ann Mary. And to my s.d Eldest Son Yellis I give & devise one English Shilling to be in lieu & in full of his double Shear. And whereas J shall leave an Account after me of what each of my children already have had as in part of their heirship the same each such part, shall be in the divifsion counted as a part thereof.
Item I will & order further, that if my said Wife should happen to marry again, then I give the first abvors.d two hundred and fifty pounds unto all my aforesaid children shear & Shear alike, and likewise if she she should happen to die J give the the same to all my children Shear Alike, and J do further order that my said daughter Ann Mary shall be first made equal with the rest of my children (if I can't do it myself) within one year of my decease, and that the same time each of my children may receive fifty pounds apiece more in, inpart more & afterwards yearly all shear alike till they receive the whole.
Lastly I constitute & appoint my above named two Sons JohnUly & Mathias my whole & Sole Executors of this my last Will & Testament, whom I do thereof my lands which I may leave behind me at the time of my decease, that they may & shall make sufficient deed or deeds for the same, as authentical as J could do if J was living, & I do further disanual and make void all former Wills by me heretofore made, I do acknowledge these presennts to be my last Will & testament.
In Witness whereof, I the s.d Christian Stouffer have hereunto set my own hand and Seal, the day & Year first above written.
Christian Stouffer (SEAL)
Signed and Sealed Published & declared by the said Christian Stouffer as his last Will and testament in the presence of us the Subscribers. Melchior Wagener Owen Thomas
Philad.a Jan. 11th. 1782. Personally appeared Melchior Wagener & Owen Thomas the Witnefses to the foregoing Will & on their solemn Affirmations did declare that they saw and heard Christian Stouffer the Testor therein named Sign Seal publish & declare the same as & for his last will & testament & that at the doing thereof he was of sound mind memory and understanding to the best of their Knowledge & Belief Coram John Gill DKy.
Be it remembered that on the 11th day of January 1782 The last Will & testament of Christian Stouffer dec.d was proved & probat & letters testamentary thereof granted unto JohnUly Stouffer & Mathias Stouffer Executors therein named first being duly Affirmed well & truly to administer the said deceaseds Estate and bring an Jnventory thereof unto the Register Office at Philadelphia on or before the 11th. day of Febru.y next and under a Just & hau Account of the said Administration or before the 11th day of January 1783 or when thereunto legally required. Given under the Seal of said Office.
P. John Gill D.Regr.
He died in 1781 in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.3 Christian was the executor of an unknown person 's estate in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, on 11 January 1782.1

Family

Elizabeth (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S939] Philadelphia Will Book S: no. 58. FHL microfilm 21728.
  2. [S1063] Richard W Davis, Stauffer/Stouffer Part 1 p 60.
  3. [S120] A.J. Fretz, The Stauffer-Stover Family History, 149.