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GROVER

2032. MICHAEL GRUBER born abt 1670 in Glaning,Bozen,Austria-Seudtirol, Osterreich
married Magdalena Amosser about 1699. Magdalena born about 1670
Children: Hans Gruber born 1699 (*Possibly Hans Peter Gruber, some info I have
found says Hans Peter Gruber other says just Hans Gruber.)

2033. Magdalena Amosser -

1016. HANS GRUBER born 1699 in Glaning, Bozen, Austria
married ANNA ? about 1730. Anna born about 1719. Hans died about 1759
Children:
*3. Martin born about 1724

1017. Anna ______

508.. MARTIN GRUBER born about 4/1727 in Germany-Austria-Seudtirol, Osterreich
Married MARIA PLATNER on 11/16/1749 in Glanning, Bozen, Austria-Seudtirol, eOsterreich. Marias parents are SEBASTIAN PLATNER - born 11/12/1696 in Glaning, Bozen, Austria-Seudtirol, eOsterreich and HELENE PRENNER. They were married 1/31/1729 in Jenesian, Bozen, Austria. Sebastian died 4/9/1762 and Helene died 7/17/1737. Martin Gruber died 1796 in Stillwater, Sussex Cnty NJ
***I have the Platner family info from 1520 to Maria Platner, did not include here***
Children:
*4. Philip born 12/4/1749
*5 Jacob Johann Joachim born 1753

509. Maria Platner -

254. Philip Peter Gruber - From the Old Stillwater Cemetery: "Came to America in 1773" Êb. Dec. 4, 1749, d. Dec. 11, 1796 ae 47 yrs and 7 das. He was probably the son of Martin Gruber and brother of Jacob Gruber. ÊHe married Anna Catharina ______.

From Genealogy.Com -
Philip Peter Gruber found in:
Colonial America, 1607-1789 Census Index
State:ÊÊPA ÊÊÊÊ
County:ÊÊPhiladelphia Co. ÊÊÊÊ
Location:ÊÊPhilidelphia ÊÊÊÊ
Census/Enumeration year:ÊÊ1773 ÊÊÊ

Philip Gruber found in:
Colonial America, 1607-1789 Census Index
State:ÊÊPA ÊÊÊÊ
County:ÊÊPhiladelphia Co. ÊÊÊÊ
Location:ÊÊNo County Listed ÊÊÊÊ
Census/Enumeration year:ÊÊ1773 ÊÊÊÊ
Census type code:ÊÊIndentured Servant ÊÊÊÊ

Philip Peter Gruber found in:
Genealogical Records: Pennsylvania Colonial Records, 1600s-1800s
Listed in:ÊÊForeigners Who Took The Oath Of Allegiance ÊÊÊÊ
Page number:ÊÊ510 Ê
List of Foreigners imported in ship Union, Andrew Bryson, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth. Qualified Sept. 27, 1773.
George Philip Gruber
Philip Peter Gruber
Johann Joachim Gruber



255. ÊAnna Catharina _____ -

Children: (Gruber/Grover)
1. Johannes Martin - b. 5/24/1781; m. Hanna Case or Losey on 5/17/1804
2. Johannes - b. 12/8/1785; d. prob. 3/15/1815
3. Anna Maria - (#127)
4. Philip Andrew - b. 5/31/1790
5. Anna Christina - b. 4/16/1793; m. George Case or Losey on 7/26/1809
6. Eve - b. 7/4/1794
7. Perhaps Hannah - b. 7/29/1796; d. 10/4/1796 and buried in the Old Stilwater Cemetery.Ê

126. John Savercool -born in 1783 in Hardwick, Sussex Co., NJ, son of Henry Savercool and Christina ____. Occupation: Farmer. ÊMarried 2/13/1808 Anna Maria Gruber/Grover, dau. of Peter Gruber and Anna Catharina ____. ÊHe died 11/22/1866 in Hardwick, Sussex Co., NJ and is buried in the Harmony Hill Methodist Chruch Yard Cemetery, Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ.

127. Anna Maria Gruber - bapt. 2/10/1788 in the Stillwater Presbyterian Church, Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ. ÊOccupation: Housewife. ÊShe died 6/5/1859 in Hardwick, Sussex Co., NJ and is buried in the Harmony Hill Methodist Church Yard Cemetery, Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ.

Children: (Savercool):
1. Anna Elizabeth - b. 12/5/1808
2. Abraham - b. 4/18/1810
3. Martin Gruber - b. 6/6/1812
4. Anna Margaret Swartswalder - (#63)
5. Catherina Swartswalder - b. 6/4/1817 m. Daniel Huff
6. Andrew - b. 7/15/1819
7. Mariah Lomerson - b. 6/2/1821
8. Anna - b. 12/6/18

From my book "Line of Descent of George Roger Gilbert", Part IV:

Five Great - Grandparents
and beyond

254. Philip Peter Gruber and 255. Anna Catharina __?__ - (127. Anna Maria Gruber (Grover); 63. Anna Margaretha Swartswalder Savercool; 31. Susanna Emery; 15. Jane Elisabeth Gunderman: 07. Loretta DeWitt; 03. Mildred Barber; 01. George Roger Gilbert.)

Oddly enough it was the inscription on Philip Peter Gruber's gravestone that hints of his birth place and tells us when he was born.

Monday, April 20, 1992

. . . . . .

From the Old Stillwater Cemetery:

Gruber, Hanna b. July 29, 1796 d. Oct 4, 1796 ae 2 months 5 das.

Gruber, Philip Peter, "Came to America in 1773" b. Dec. 4, 1749, d. Dec. 11, 1796 ae 47 yrs and 7 das.

Wednesday,March 31, 1993

Went to the Binghamton Public Library, now a branch of the Broome County Library system . . . . . . .

At the library I looked through the "Passenger and Immigration Lists Index" books. I found:

Gruber, Philip Peter, n.a., Philadelphia, Pa., 1773 - 7820 pg 411

7820 - Rupp, Israel Daniel - A COLLECTION OF UPWARDS OF THIRTY THOUSAND NAMES OF GERMAN, SWISS, DUTCH, FRENCH, AND OTHER IMMIGRANTS IN PA. FROM 1726 - 1776.....etc.

Since no inscription, stone or gravesite appears for his wife Catharina it might be assumed she remarried after his early death.

Tuesday, August 19, 1975

Went to Syracuse Public Library. . . .

1796, Dec. 11 - Grover, Peter of Hardwick, Sussex Co.; will of wife, Catharine, a horse and saddle, remainder of estate (real and personal) in trust to brother Jacob Grover and friend Caspar Losey, for the use and benefit of wife and children until youngest is of age, when it is to be equally divided between them. Children not named. Executors - brother, Jacob Grover (who signs his name Jacob Gruber) and friend, Caspar Losey. Witnesses - John Murray, Jacob Nelten and Johannis Nolden. Proved Dec. 19, 1796

1796, Dec. 17. Inventory 217.9.9 pounds made by Gershom Bartow and Charles Rhodes,Jr.

Philip Peter Gruber and Anna Catharina were the parents of the following

children:

1. 1. Johannes Martin - 5/24/1781- m. Hanna Case or Lose (5/17/1804)
2. 2. Johannes - 12/8/1785 - d. prob. Mar. 15, 1815.
3. 3. Anna Maria - 2/10/1788 - 6/5/1859 - m. John Savercool - 1783 - 11/21/1866
4. 4. Philip (Peter ?) Andrew - 5/31/1790 -
5. 5. Anna Christina - 4/16/ 1793 - m. George Case or Lose (7/26/1809)
6. 6. Eve - 7/4/1794.
7. 7. Perhaps Hanna - b. July 29, 1796 d. Oct 4, 1796 ae 2 months 5 das. Buried in the Old Stillwater Cemetery.

Saturday, November 4, 1972

(Continued from Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey) Volumn 42 page 33

Stillwater Presbyterian Church Records

Birth & Bp. dates Ê Ê Ê Ê Êparents Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Êchild Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Êsponsors

May 24, 1781 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Peter Gruber Ê Ê ÊJohannes Martin Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê J. Jacob Gruber
June 18, 1781 Ê Ê Ê Ê ÊCatharine

Dec. 8, 1785 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ÊPeter Gruber Ê Ê Ê Ê Johannes Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ÊJohs. Schwarzwalder
Mar. 19, 1786

Feb. 10. 1788 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Peter Gruber Ê Ê Ê Anna Maria Ê Ê Ê ÊAnna Maria Magdalena Bekerin
May 1, 1788 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ÊAnna Catarin

May 32, 1790 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Peter Gruber Ê Ê ÊPhilipp Andreas Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Êthe parents
Nov. 7, 1790 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Anna Catarina

Apr. 16, 1793 Ê Ê Ê Ê ÊPeter Gruber Ê Ê Ê Anna Christina Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê the parents
July 11, 1793 Ê Ê Ê Ê ÊAnna Catharina

Thursday, April 1, 1993

Went to the Mormon Library in Vestal. . . . The only things I found on microfisch were:

Eve born to Peter Grover /Anna Catherine 4/Jul/1794.

Tuesday, August 19, 1975

Went to the Syracuse Public Library . . . . Then I copied from the "Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey" Vol. 6 pp 65-70 : Sussex Co. Marriages 1777-1810, from the docket of Daniel Predmore, J.P. (See Vol II pg 267 of my own records for important names)

June 1, 1802 - Androw Grover and Mary Case (Lose?)

May 17, 1804 - Martin Grover and Haner Case(Lose?)

April 4, 1805 - Andrew Grover and Mary Miller

Feb. 13, 1808 - John Sovecool and Mary Grover

Aug. 26, 1809 - Gorge Lose (Case?) and Anne Grover

and lastly I copied from the "Index of Wills" Sussex Co.

Name Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ÊNo. Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Êwill Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ÊInventory

Grover, Charles Ê Ê Ê5487s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1900 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê 1900

Grover, Gilbert I Ê Ê 4648s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1887

Grover, Jacob Ê Ê Ê Ê2078s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1831

Grover, Jacob M. Ê Ê4841s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1890

Grover, John Ê Ê Ê Ê 1468s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1815

Grover, Martin Ê Ê Ê 2641s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê 1850 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê 1850

Grover, Martin Ê Ê Ê 3899s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê 1874

Grover, Oliver Ê Ê Ê 5300s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê 1897

Grover, Peter Ê Ê Ê Ê688s Ê Ê Ê ÊB36 p 380 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1796

Grover, Philip Ê Ê Ê 3041s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê 1859 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1859

Grover, Sarah Ê Ê Ê 4777s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê 1889 Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1889

Griver, Margaret Ê Ê2457s Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê1846

Although the following deed at first appears to name Mary (Grover) Savercool's father as Martin Grover, a complete reading clearly states that the father was Peter Grover.

Book of Deeds, Sussex Co., NJ S-246

To all people to whom these presents shall come, we, Martin Grover, Peter Grover, John Grover, and John Savicool and Mary his wife, late Mary Grover, heirs and devisees of Martin Grover, late of the township of Hardwick in Sussex County, NJ - Whereas - Abraham Hewlings of the city and county of Burlington, in the State of New Jersey, Esquire, did by a certain deed of conveyance duly executed, bearing date the seventh day of June in the year of our Lord, Seventeen Hundred and Ninety and recorded in the Clerks office of the County of Sussex, in the State of New Jersey, in Book B of Deeds, Page 191, and convey and confirm unto Peter Grover and Jacob Grover, a certain tract, piece, or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the township of Hardwick, County of Sussex, State aforesaid, containing six Hundred and forty-two acres, be the same more or less, butted and abounded as in the said deed the same escribed which see, said tract of land, was surveyed for the aforesaid, Abraham Hewlings, and recorded in the Surveyor Generals at Burlington, in Lib. 0, folio 46, reference thereunto being had will appear - and to wit, on the nineteenth day of January, in the year of our Lord, Seventeen Hundred and Ninety-six, a division of the aforesaid tract of land was made between said Peter Grover and Jacob Grover, who on that day mutually executed releases or quit claim deed to each other for their respective parts or shares of the said tract, the part or share of the said Peter Grover released by the said Jacob Gover and his wife, beginning at a stake and stones in the East-West Jersey line and boundary on a tract of land known by the name of Colonel(?) Coxes tract or line fence and so forth, less 59 - 3/4 acres Peter Grover sold during his lifetime to Josiah Quick ............ and whereas the said Peter Grover did in his last will and testament devise his real estate to his Executors Jacob Grover and Casper Locy, in trust, the use and profits thereof to be applied to the support of his widow and his children remaining at home, so long as his widow shall remain unmarried, and in case of her marriage then to the support of the children remaining at home. And upon the youngest child arriving at full age, then the said executors were by said will directed to sell the said land and divide the money arrising on such sale, equally among the surviving children, share and share alike, and whereas the youngest heir will not arrive at full age until after the expiration of five years, and we the said Martin Grover, Peter Grover, John Grover and John Savicool and Mary his wife, late Mary Grover, having it in contemplation to procure a settled residence in the westerly country and having released the executors aforsaid from any accountability to us or our heirs from any part of the money arriving from the sale of the land aforesaid, in conformity to the direction of the testament and last will of the deceased, therefore now know ye .................. ( They settled for the sum amount of Six Hundred dollars for their share total, ..... to James Emmons and Harmon Emmons.)


Signed by - Peter X Grover; John Grover; John X Savicool; Mary Savicool.

21st day of January - 1809


As to the parentage of Philip Peter Gruber and his brother Johann Jacob Gruber and their wives, I have not yet made that determination. But, I have collected the following information from which to glean the truth and I will continue to hunt for the absolute facts.

Thursday, April 1, 1993

I found no earlier wills for the Hardwick Grovers so I turned next to "Pennsylvania German Pioneers" by Strassberger - Hinke LP38 ABs published by the Pennsylvania German Society.

In Vol.I pp 134 & 135 (List 35B) Palatines imported in the ship "Charming Betty", John Ball, Master, from London P. clearance there. Qualified October 12th 1733.

Hans Peter Gruber and Johan Paul Vogt, among them.

page 134 (List 35A) gives names and ages of passengers.

Men Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Yrs Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Women Ê Ê ÊYrs Ê Ê Ê Ê Boys Ê Ê Ê ÊYrs Ê Ê Ê Girls Ê Ê Ê Yrs
Peter Gruber Ê34 Ê Ê Ê ÊAnna Gruber Ê Ê 24 Ê Ê Martin Gruber Ê1 1/2


Vol. I pg 752 - came in the "Mary and Sarah", Captain Thomas Brodrick, from Amsterdam but last from Portsmouth. Sat. 26 Oct. 1754

George Philip Gruber, Philip Peter Gruber

The pages contained original signatures none of which I could read. I got the names from the index.

Friday, January 2, 1976

In the Stahley Family records copied from Mr. Crawn's file, (see envelope in back) I learned that Jacob Guber's wife was Maria Elisabeth Fried. My copy of Chamber's "Early Germans of N.J.", pg 377 shows a family of Frace also spelled Fries, or Frees which lists both a Catherine and a Mary Elisabeth. That coupled with my doubt of the correctness of my copies of the 1830 and 1840 census prompted me to return to the Sussex County Library. While there I coped from the N.J. Archives Series the following abstracts of wills :

New Jersey Colonial Documents

Calendar of Wills

1770, March 26. Fries, Johannis, of Knowlton, Sussex Co., yeoman; will of. Son, John Henry Fries, 5 shillings. To Martines Fries and John Crease, the whole tract of land, to be divided among Caty Snider, Elea Snider, Martines Freas, Marebi Fries, John Henry Freas. Son, Adam, £2. Son, John £2. Daughter, Mary Fries £1. Children, Caty Snyder, John Henry Fries, Else Snider, Martines Fries, Merebes Fries, Caty Fries, Adam Fries, Mary Fries ,John Fries, Philip Huffman, Anne Huffman, the rest. Executors - Martines Fries and John Creasy. Witnesses - Reuben Whitelock, John Harris, William Honnywell. Proved May 8, 1771.

1771, April 29, Inventory £90.8.6, made by Willim Dall and William Cool.

1775, May 13. Account by Executors. Lib. 15, p. 113; Lib. 15, p545.


1793, Sept. 24. Frese, Wiliiam, Sr., of Knowlton Twsp., Sussex Co.; will of. Wife, Mary, use of plantation and rest of estate, while widow, or 1/3 should she marry. Son, Michael (after wife's decease or marriage), £5 and 40 acres of plantation where he now lives. Son, William Henry, remainder of plantation (80 acres). Son, John, £55. Rest of estate to be sold after wife's decease or marriage: Daughters, Christina, Mary Elizabeth, Mary and Ann, each £20 and 1/4 of residue. Executors - wife, Mary, son William and friend, John Henry, Jr. Witnesses - William Honeywell, William Honeywell, Jr. and Jacob Steel Smith. Proved May 26, 1795.

1795 May 6, Inventory, £305.4.6; made by Thomas Green and William Cool. File 629s


1794,Jan. 7. Freas, John, of Knowlton, Sussex Co. Int. Adm'rs- Catherine Freas and Peter Freas. Fellowbondsman - Andrew Roupe? (Also Raub).

1793, Dec. 18. Inventroy, £423.12.9; made by Thomas Green and Andrew Raub, Sr.


1808, Jan. 8. Freese, Catherine*, of Knowlton Twsp. Sussex Co.; will of. Four daughters, Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine, and Margeritte, all pewter, equally. To Catherine, the spinning wheel. To Margaret, the flax hatchel. Granddaughter, Rachel Freese, a coverlid. Wearing apparel and linens, bed and bedding to four daughters equally. Any residue to be sold and procees divided equally between sons (unnamed) and daughters. Executors - Jacob Brands, Jr., Jesse Knowles. Witnesses - Jacob Raub, Abraham Freese. Proved Aug. 15, 1815.

1815, July 8. Inventroy, $439.04; made by Andrew Titus, John S. Smith. File1233 s.

*Signed by mark.


It is possible that Peter Gruber, father of Mary Gruber Savercool married a sister of his brother Jacob's wife, Marie Elisabeth Fried. it is also possible that they were children of one of the people in the wills above.


Saturday, June 28, 1975

Back to the Syracuse Public Library to look through the "New Jersey Archives" for Savacool, Keen, Sickles and other wills. They follow: (Starting with the latest and working backward)

1815, March 15 - Grover, John of Newton, Sussex Co. Intestate. Inventory [not totaled] made by John Casside, Anthony Struble. Sworn to by Jacob Grover, George Keen , administrators. March 16, 1815.

Saturday, February 21, 1976

To the Syracuse Public Library to investigate the Jacobus entry - vol. 1 - Fries; Bible Records, Pa. P (10 - 169 170). P is code for Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. The records where all after 1830 and of no use to me.

From Norton's "New Jersey in 1793" LN46 ABno

pg 283 - Militia from township of Grannage

792 John Freeze, son of John

793 Adam Freeze

821 William Freeze, son ot William

912 Adam Freeze

913 William Freeze

914 John Freeze

pg 287- 1194 Jacob Grover


The Gruber (Grover) Family


1. Hans Peter Gruber - b. 1699 ; m. Anna - b. 1719

In Vol.I pp 134 & 135 (List 35B) Palatines imported in the ship "Charming Betty", John Ball, Master, from London P. clearance there. Qualified October 12th 1733.,Hans Peter Gruber and Johan Paul Vogt, among them.

page 134 (List 35A) gives names and ages of passengers.
Men Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê Yrs Ê ÊWomen Ê Ê ÊYrs Ê Ê ÊBoys Ê Ê Ê ÊYrs Ê Ê ÊGirls Ê Ê Ê Ê Yrs
Peter Gruber Ê34 Ê Anna Gruber Ê Ê24 Ê Martin Gruber 1 1/2

Vol. I pg 752 - came in the "Mary and Sarah", Captain Thomas Brodrick, from Amsterdam but last from Portsmouth. Sat. 26 Oct. 1754 - ÊGeorge Philip Gruber, Philip Peter Gruber

Children:

...1. Martin - b. April 1732

Philip Peter Gruber and Johann Jacob Gruber were brothers who lived in Knowlton, Sussex Co., NJ in the late 1700's. Philip Peter came to America by way of Philadelphia, PA. in 1773. Whether Jacob was already here I do not know.

...1. Jacob Gruber - b. ca. 1750 - m. Maria Elisabeth Fries
.......Children: Gruber

........1. Philip Andreas - b. Dec. 23, 1780 - bp.wit. Ph. Peter Gruber - m. Maria (June 1, .........................1802 - Andrew Grover and Mary Case (Lose?) (April 4, 1805 - Andrew .........................Grover and Mary Miller)
..........Children:

..........1. Peter - b. May 12, 1806 - the parents

...2. Maria Magdalena - b. Sept. 4, 1782 - John Wintermuth & h. w.

...3. Catarina - b. Mar. 15, 1785 - Mathias Swartzwalder & h. w., Catharine

...4. Johann Joachim - b. Mar. 7, 1791 - the parents- m. April 3, 1806, Maria (Mary) Keen
..........Children:

1. 1. Phebe Keen - b. May 19, 1808, m. Samuel K. Snover
2. 2. Andrew Merring - b. Nov. 22, 1810
3. 3. Elizabeth - b. 0ct. 24, 1813 m. Jeptha Aaronson Wintermute
* John George Wintgermute and Anna Arason had son Peter Wintermute who married Catherine Snover, the daughter of Frederick Snover and Margaret Crater. Peter and Catherine Snover Wintermute were parents of:
* Jeptha Arason Wintermute (May 17, 1811 - June 17,1892) who married Elizabeth Grover b. October 24, 1813, the daughter of John J.(acob) Groover and Mary Keen, Isaac Wintermute (September 9, 1815 - June 5, 1872) who married Sarah Keen (March 16, 1816 - November 22, 1887 ) on September 9, 1843. She was the daughter of Peter Keen.


...5. Philipp Peter - b. Dec. 27, 1792

...6. Wilhelm - b. May 26, 1800 - the parents

...7. Martin - b. Jan. 22, 1803 - the parents


2. Philip Peter Gruber - b. Dec. 4, 1749, d. Dec. 11, 1796 m. Anna Catharina

Stillwater Cemetery inscription:

Gruber, Philip Peter, "Came to America in 1773" b. Dec. 4, 1749, d. Dec. 11, 1796 ae 47 yrs and 7 das.

Will Abstracts:

1796, Dec. 11 - Grover, Peter of Hardwick, Sussex Co.; will of wife, Catharine, a horse and saddle, remainder of estate (real and personal) in trust to brother Jacob Grover and friend Caspar Losey, for the use and benefit of wife and children until youngest is of age, when it is to be equally divided between them. Children not named. Executors - brother, Jacob Grover (who signs his name Jacob Gruber) and friend, Caspar Losey. Witnesses - John Murray, Jacob Nelten and Johannis Nolden. Proved Dec. 19, 1976

1796, Dec. 17. Inventory 217.9.9 pounds made by Gershom Bartow and Charles Rhodes,Jr.


Children:

...1. Johannes Martin - b. May 24, 1781 - bp. wit. J. Jacob Gruber -m. Hannah Losey- (May 17, 1804 - Martin Grover and Haner Case(Lose?))
..........Children:
..........1. Johann Caspar b. Sept. 15, 1805 - Joh. Caspar Lohse & Elisabeth Schuster, h.w.
..........2. Maria Catharina - b. May 30, 1810 - the parents

...2. Johannes - b. Dec. 8, 1785 - bp. wit. Johs. Schwarzwalder - m. Maria
.........Children:
..........1. Phoebe Kuehn - b. May 19, 1808
..........2. Andrew Merring - b. Nov. 22, 1810

...3. Anna Maria - b. Feb. 10, 1788 - bp.wit. Anna Maria Magdalena Bekerin (Swartswalder ...................?)m. John Savercool - (Feb. 13, 1808 - John Sovecool and Mary Grover )

...4. Philipp Andreas - b. May 31, 1790 - the parents - m.

...5. Anna Christina - b. Apr. 16, 1793 - the parents - (Aug. 26, 1809 - George Lose (Case?) ........................and Anne Grover )

...6. Eve - 7/4/1794.

...7. Perhaps Hanna - b. July 29, 1796 d. Oct 4, 1796 ae 2 months 5 das. Buried in the Old .......................Stillwater Cemetery.