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The EICHELBERGER Line: 1st Generation to America Phillip Friedrich EICHELBERGER &First Wife Anna Barbara DOERNERS
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Frederick Eichelberger married second to Magdalena [Maria Magdalena] BECKER [The Writer's Direct]
 This page details the children of  Frederick Eichelberger's first marriage [to Anna Barbara [Dörner] DOERNERS]
See Link   for wife and children of  first marriage to Magdalena [Maria Magdalena] BECKER
1 Frederick [Friedrich15, 17][Phillip Friedrich1 ]  [Phillip Frederick3, 2] EICHELBERGER1, 20
Eichelberger Wills and
Misc Estate Records
Hanover and 
the History of 
Digges Choice

Birth: 17 Apr 1693,  Itllingen, near Sinzheim, then in the Grand Duchy of Baden, Germany2 [1693, Ittlingen, Baden, Germany1]  [Ittlingern, Sinzheim, Baden3
Bapt: 17 Apr 1693,  Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany1
Death: 19 Sep 17762, 1, 3, 20, Hanover, York Co., Pa1[Manheim Twp., York Co.3 Burial: Historic Old Burying Ground, About One Mile North Of Hanover3, 2 The graveyard is no longer in existance 20
Alias: Friederich Egelberger in Captain's lists of Heads of Households aboard Ship Albany. Friederich Eichelberger in Oath of Allegiance. 17 Have seen him once given name  Johannes Phillip Friedrich5but am unsure of where this was obtained. 
Father: Hans or Johann EICHELBERGER (1657-)2, 1
Mother: Maria Barbara1, 2 Surname Unknown. {One researcher states it is Possibly STUMPF 5}
Emmigration: Reference is made to a family bible in which his entry is dated 1726 but allowance is made for a possible errorfootnote 1. He is found on Ship Albany from Rotterdam via Cowes 14 [last from Portsmouth17]  June 22, 1728, with other Palatines and their families totalling 100 persons and with men numbering thirty14, 17 Lazarus Oxham  of Rotterdam, Captain. Landed  Philadelphia, September 4th 1728. He took the Oath of Allegiance on the same date as arrival 16 Frederick became a naturalized American citizen 1743.19 "Frederick's brother, Hans (Johann) George and his wife Julianna Illeg arrived at Philadelphia on the ship "Hope", August 28, 1733. Hans George settled and remained in Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA. He died 1746".25
To Spouse [1st wife] : Anna Barbara DOERNERS and Children of Union. To [2nd wife] : Magdalena BECKER and Children of that Union. 
Resided: Lancaster County on the Pequa Creek, Manheim Township, then moved to  York County's Manheim Township,   three miles west of now Hanover on the  York Road , [Digges Choice Region- see Digges Choice] and finally, Hanover the town, York [now Adams County]  Penna, laid out as the Mason  aDixon Survey was underway . The survey would finally decide the the pertinence of Hanover [and Littlestown, Adams County] to Pennsylvania and not  Maryland. 
 Shortly after arrival Frederick EICHELBERGER went to Lancaster County, the Pequa Creek.19 "On September 13, 1743, he obtained a land warrant from the proprietaries of  Pennsylvania for 175 acres of land in Manheim Township, Lancaster Co.,Penn. Upon this tract he took his family, cleared and cultivated the land, built a  house and prospered to such an extent that only two years later he obtained grants for 140 acres additional, located in Conestoga and Manheim Townships of the same county" 2which was "along the Conestoga Creek. A patent was issued November 30, 1745. He sold the land in 1753 to Adam Simon Kuhn and William Bausman of Lancaster.....After selling his land in Lancaster County, Frederick went to York County, ..west of the Susquehanna River". 20 "Tradition states"19 he remained in Lancaster County until 17542, On April 28, 17612, he purchased a warrant of Conrad Low for 220 aacres of land20,2 in Manheim Township, York Co., Penn2.which land remained in the family for 140 years.20 "It is now owned by the Mareheim family. The land is located near Hanover along route 116.About the year 1770, Frederick purchased a house and lot in the village of Hanover. Here it was that he spent the last few years of his life, all the children having married and left them. "202nd wife Magdalena remained in the house in Hanover, however, it was shared with her son Leonard and his wife Elizabeth until her death April  1790.  21
 

Spouse [1st wife] : Anna Barbara [Dörner] DOERNERS1

Marr: 11 Nov 17141, 5 , 2, ,  Ittlingen, Germany1 [Ittlingen, Sinzheim, Baden, Germany5]

Children with 1st Wife Anna Barbara Doerners:

[Please note that Barbara/Maria Barbara/Anna Maria Barbara is sometimes shown as daughter of the first wife, she is on this tree consigned to the progeny of the second.]


Other spouses [2nd wife] : Magdalena 19 [Mary Magdalena] BECKER1, 5

Marr: 4 Apr 1738, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster County, Penna1  (now York County18 ) Records for Trinity Lutheran Church can be found for York city, York, Penna but this church was organized in 1744 and began keeping records in 1745, I am unclear WHERE this Trinity Church is or was actually located]

Children with 2nd wife Mary Magdalena Becker:
Adam W   [Johann Adam](1739-1787) [HOKE and SWOPE surnames relevant]
Hans Michael (1740-)
Barbara  [Maria Barbara] [Anna Maria Barbara] (1743-<1817)
Michael (1744-)
Jacob [Johann Jacob] (1746-1811) [SWOPE relevant]
Anna Elisabetha (1748-)
Leonard (1750-1811) [SCHMEISSER relevant]
Lewis  [Ludwig Lewis] (1752-1841)
Maria Magdalena (1757-)
 
 

Will Abstract of Frederick Eichelberger:
ýFrederick Eichelberger Hanover, York  Co., PA.  05 Feb1776. 22 Oct 1776.  Children: Martin, Leonard,  Adam, Ludwig, Jacob, Barbara Hoake;  Elisabeth Smyser, Anna Margaretta, wf. of Vincent Keafer.  Mentions grandchildren  (by dau. Anna  M. & her husb., Vincent Keafer: Magdalena, Barbara, Catharina, Sabina,  Valentine; bequeathes £5 to Mathias  Smyser's lame son.  York Co., PA. Court House;   Unrecorded Wills. [credit: B.E.   Brown] ý
Eichelberger/variations: Wills - Given Names "E" Through "I" http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Wills.E-I.htm
 
 
 

Footnote 1: "Note: (made by Lucile Bitgood Carson) It is interesting to note that in Rupp's "Thirty Thousand Names Of Immigrants", is listed a Friederich Eichelberger, who landed in Philadelphia, PA, September 4, 1728, and was one of thirty Palatines who brought families on the ship Albany which sailed from Rotterdam June 22, 1728. It is quite possible that these two were one and the same man, and that two-years error was made in the Bible.) (A George Eichelberger landed in New York in1710.)"19


To Children of Frederick Eichelberger and 2nd Wife Magdalena BECKER
Children of Frederick Eichelberger and First Wife Anna Barbara DOERNERS:
 

1.1 Martin2 [(Johann) Martin6] [John Martin5, 7 ] EICHELBERGER 5, 7, 6, 2[married Anna Maria SWOPE]



Birth: 16 Nov 17166,5 Ittlingen, [near Singheim,5], Baden, Germany6
Bapt: Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany6
Death: 17812 [bet. 08 Feb&28 Apr 17816], [28 Apr 17815]Manchester Twp., York Co., PA6
Resided: York, York Co., PA6
Occupation: Hotel/tavern owner; Justice of the Peace; Associate Judge6
Alias: John Martin Eichelberger
Narrative: Spouse: Anna Maria SWOPE 7, 6, 5, Marr: 1738, York Co. PA6, 5

Children:


1.2 Anna Margaretha2, [Anna Margaret3] EICHELBERGER 2, 3,
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Birth: 2 march 1719/20, Ittlingen, Singheim, Baden, Germany5
Bapt: Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany1
Death: abt 1770, York Co. PA5

She appears in the A W Eichelberger bio in historical sketches of York County,  in which it says [of her father] ýThe children by his first wife were Martin, Frederick, Anna Margeret (married to Vincent Keefer), Barbara (married to Andrew Hoke) and Elizabeth (married to Jacob Smyser). His first four children, as above stated, were born in Germany. These children, after marriage, located in and around York.ţ2

Spouse: Vincent KIEFFER2

Marr: Jul 1738,  PA [York Co.]1, 5

Children:



1.3 Frederick2[(Joh) Friederich8/John Frederick5] EICHELBERGER 2,8, 5, 3

Birth: 18 feb 17228 [18 feb 1721/2 5]  Illingen, near Sinzheim, then in the Grand Duchy of Baden2,5
Bapt: Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany8, 1
Death: 17838/about 17555
Resided:York Co., PA. and Maryland8
He appears in the A W Eichelberger bio in historical sketches of York County, in which it says [of his father] ýThe children by his first wife were Martin, Frederick, Anna Margeret (married to Vincent Keefer), Barbara (married to Andrew Hoke) and Elizabeth (married to Jacob Smyser). His first four children, as above stated, were born in Germany. These children, after marriage, located in and around York.ţ20 ý...Frederick Eichelberger, the second son of the immigrant. although born in Germany, soon imbibed the spirit of American patriotism. He lived near York, and was a justice during the time of the Revolution.ţ2

Spouse: Anna Maria KINTZ5, 8
Death: York Co. PA9
Marr: 4 JAN 1742/435, [4 Jan 17428] York Co. PA5, 8

Children:



1.4 Margaretha Barbara EICHELBERGER1, 5

Birth: 9 Sep 1724, Ittlingen, Baden, Germany /Ittlingen, Singheim, Baden, Germany1, 5
Bapt: Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany1


Spouse: Hans George [Hans George Noes1] NACE 5
Marr: 13 march 1743/4 5 , [13 March 17441] Moravian Church, [Litiitz5] , Lancaster, PA.1, 5



1.5 Anna Barbara  EICHELBERGER1, 9, 5(see narrative)

Birth: 2 feb 1726/75
Death: Unsourced citation from Jack Hoke says she died abt 1728, Assumed On Ship From Germany To America.5
Alias: Anna Barbara ýElizabethţ Eichelberger married Smyser 1
 

1.6 John Georg5 [Johann George9] EICHELBERGER5,9



Birth: 22 Dec 1729, Lancaster Co., Pa5,9
Bapt: 8 May 1730, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA9
Death:16 Apr 17529] Will Registered York County, Pa.
Resided: York York, Penna [estate pertained to York town in York County, Penna]
Alias: George "Ichelberger"9

Not mentioned by Gary Welker in his webpages3, neither mentioned in the historical sketch of A E Eichelberger2 in which John GeorgÝ s siblings are named. He is found at the Eichelberger Geneology webpages 9 and was initially provided by Jack Hoke5

Eichelberger webpages shows: "York Co., PA. Orphans Court Dockets; a) Book A; p. 82: 04 and 30 Jan 1757: George "Ichelberger", d. intestate; an order to sell his property was issued; prop. consisted of a house and lot in York. b) Book A; p. 84: 30 June 1757: Lot, on south side of High St., between Bernard Holtzinger's lot and the Calvinist Church, sold to John Hay for £160. 9 York Co., PA. Office of the Register of Wills; Administration Bonds: Book A; p. 61: 27 Jul 1752: Estate of George Eichelberger of York town; Christiana Dorothea, widow, administrator; inventory taken 20 Jul 1752, total £21.18.9.4. York Co., PA. Deed Book A, p. 223: 01 Jun 1757: Martin"Eyckleberger" of York Co., innholder, admin. De Bonis Non of the late George "Ichelberger"; sold same prop. mentioned in Orphans Court documents (above) to John Hay for £160.  9
 
 

Spouse: Christina Dorothea  PÄSCHIN / BEST9

Marr: 18 Jun 1751, at bride's home Lancaster Co., PA by Pastor Stoeber, Evangelical Lutheran Congregation9
 



1.7 Elizabeth2, 1  EICHELBERGER 2 , 1

She appears in Historical Sketches born in Penna and called Elizabeth, dtr to first wife. Since the date of her mother's death is not known, this is a possibility. She appears in the excellently sourced Eichelberger webpages as Anna Barbara [Elizabeth] EICHELBERGER, and her baptism and birth in Germany is presumed found under the name Anna Barbara in Germany, she is dtr to the first wife. Historical Sketches says Elizabeth married Jacob SMYSER. Eichelberger webpages show Anna Barbara [Elizabeth] married Jacob Smyser. Anna Barbara born Germany and Elizabeth born Penna are two seperate entries on this tree.

Birth: Penna2
Alias: Anna Barbara Eichelberger1born Ittlingen, Baden, Germany and bap. Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany1 Baptized Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany1

Spouse: Jacob  (Married Eichelberger) [Mathias Jacob] SCHMIEßER2, 11[SMYSER]


Children:
Henry [Henrich SCHMEISSER] (1767-)2 married Eve Margaret EBERT born 176712
Jacob [under research] entered based on a possible fatherÝs will. See will entry above.



Children of Phillip Friederich [Frederick] Eichelberger and Mary Magdalena Becker:
1.1 Adam W   [Johann Adam] [To Hoke Marriages] EICHELBERGER27,28
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Birth: 9 May 1739, Lancaster Co., PA.29,30
Death: 9 Dec 1787,  York, York Co., PA.. age 48 Years And 7 Months31,32,33,34
Burial: Bair's Meeting House Cem., Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA35
Bapt: 10 Jun 1739, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.28

Historical Sketches of York County, Bio on A W Eichelberger: ýThe children by the second marriage of Philip Frederick Eichelberger were Adam, Leonard, Jacob (grandfather of our subject) and Lewis. Adam, the eldest, was a captain of a company of Associators of York County during the Revolution, and was also active in collecting money and supplies for the army. He was married to Magdalina Bechtel. Their children were Frederick, Michael, Samuel, Adam. Joseph, Susanna, Salome and Magdalina. He obtained possession of the homestead in 1766, which then contained 220 acres, including the mill place, which at that time was situated in Manheim but is now in Heidelberg Township, about three miles east of Hanover on the York road. The mill, which is in close proximity to the Hanover & York Railroad. is now owned by George Jacobs. In addition to the occupation of farmer, Adam was also a tavern-keeper. He was a prominent and influential citizen, and died in 1787, aged forty-eight years and seven months. The home place has been kept in the family up to the present time, and is now occupied by Charles Eichelberger, a great-grandson. ý20 [editorÝs note, text dates 1886]

Spouse: Magdalena BECHTEL20,15,28
Birth: 5 Dec 174335
Death: 30 Dec 182135
Father: Samuel [Samuel Baechtel ] BECHTEL
Mother: Magdalena
Marr: 176135

Children: Michael [married Hoke] (1761-1801)
 Frederick (1763-1838)
 Samuel [married Smyser] (1769-1828)
 Elizabeth (married Hoke) (1770-1833)
 Adam [Johann Adam] (1771-)
 Susanna (1778-1804)
 Joseph (1781-)
 Salome (1783-)
 Magdalina´´

1.2 Hans Michael EICHELBERGER36
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Birth: 21 Sep 17401
Bapt: 21 Feb 1740, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.; Spon.: Michael Immel & wf., Maria Barbara)1

ýviii. Hans Michael Eichelberger - b. 21 Sep 1740 ( Bap. 21 Feb. 1740, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.; Spon.: Michael Immel & wf., Maria Barbara)ţ37

1.3 Barbara ** [Maria Barbara] [Anna Maria Barbara] EICHELBERGER38,39,40,41,42
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Birth: 15 Jan 1743 [between 1735 - 1738], Lancaster Pa/  York Co., Manheim Twp., PA.43,44
Death: bef 10 Mar 1817,  Jeffersontown, Jefferson Co., KY. [ Administration of the Estate of Barbara Hoke was granted Mar.10, 1817 to Jacob Hoke.]45,46
Burial:  Jefferson Cem. near Louisville, KY [Jeffersontown Cm,PA as per Spangler cite]47,48
Bapt: 21 Aug 1743, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.; Spon.: Michael Immel & wf., Maria1
Alias: Barbara//Maria Barbara in dtrÝs baptismal record49,50

Jack Hoke gave her as dtr of fatherÝs first wife Doerners, giving birth between 1735 - 1738 York Co., Manheim Twp., PA. 9 EIchelberger pages name her as dtr of 2nd wife Maria Magdalena Becker, provides a birth date, 15 Jan 1743 Lancaster Pa 51 She currently has dual ascendancy, with preference given to mother Becker, as Eichelberger site is more secure with her birthdate.
She is shown in the bio for A W Eichelberger in historical sketches of York County, and named as  among the first four of her fatherÝs children, shown  as being born in Germany, and corresponding as a dtr then of first wife, if among the first four.  However, it appears there were other girls in the family, also given the ýsaintÝs nameţ Barbara (common practise among early German protestant immigrants and first generations here) in Germany.  It would appear this Anna Maria Barbara Eichelberger was born after her familyÝs arrival in 1728 despite the entry from the historical sketches which  reads ýThe children by his first wife were Martin, Frederick, Anna Margeret (married to Vincent Keefer), Barbara (married to Andrew Hoke) and Elizabeth (married to Jacob Smyser). His first four children, as above stated, were born in Germany. These children, after marriage, located in and around York.ţ20 See her two sisters narratives.
 Administration of the Estate of Barbara Hoke was granted Mar.10, 1817 to Jacob Hoke.9 ýLater correspondence contained a copy of letters on the family written by Edward Hoke, great, great grandson of Johann Jacob, descended through Jacob's son, Andrew. He states, "John Jacob Hoke emigrated from Manheim, Germany about the year 1727 [sic, known to be 1728]. He was Pastor of the German Reformed Church of Lancaster City, Pennsylvania in the year 1736." (sorry, link lost)
 

From Eichelberger webpages {GREAT SITE] her father and mother are shown  as her fatherÝs second wife surnamed BECKER [her own succinct entry from following text is in blue and is repeated after its highlight here as given in full context ]51
ix. Maria Barbara Eichelberger - b. 15 Jan 1743 (Bap. 21 Aug. 1743, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.; Spon.: Michael Immel & wf., Maria Barbara..); d. 10 Mar. 1817; bur. Jefferson Cem. near Louisville, KY.; m. Aug 1765 to Andrew Hoke; had issue: Glora [sic] , Barbara, Elizabeth) .51

ýPhillip Frederick Eichelberger - b. 1693, Ittlingen, Baden, Germany (Bap. 17 Apr 1693, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany; Sponsors:
Anna, Martin; surnames missing)

d. 19 Sep 1776, Hanover, York Co., PA.

Res.: Germany birth to 1728, then Lancaster and York Co's., PA. (Emigrated Germany to America aboard the ship Albany on 04 Sep 1728)

Father: Hans Eichelberger . Mother: Elizabeth Gerber

m. #1) 11 Nov 1714, Ittlingen, Germany

Wf. #1) Anna Barbara Dorner - b.: dt. unknown, probably Germany

d. bet. 1729 and 1738, Lancaster Co., PA.

Father: Unknown . Mother: Unknown.

m. #2) 04 Apr 1738, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.

Wf.: #2) Maria Magdalena Becker - b. ?, Germany....

Children - 2nd Marriage (all b. Lancaster Co., PA.):.....
ix. Maria Barbara Eichelberger - b. 15 Jan 1743 (Bap. 21 Aug. 1743, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.; Spon.: Michael Immel & wf., Maria Barbara..); d. 10 Mar. 1817; bur. Jefferson Cem. near Louisville, KY.; m. Aug 1765 to Andrew Hoke; had issue: Glora [sic] , Barbara, Elizabeth) .

[at end of ENTIRE birth family grouping, these sources]

Sources:

1. Canfield, Clifford R.; My German (Swiss/French?) Ancestors VI: (Phllippi, Eichelberger And Allied Families); Published independently by Clifford R. Canfield;
1997. [reprinted with permission of the author 08-17-99]

2. Records of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.

3. York County, PA. Court House: a) Unrecorded Will of Philip Fred'k. Eichelberger; dtd. 05 Feb 1776; probate 02 Oct 1776. b) Book H;110 : Will of Magdalena
Eichelberger, dtd. 17 Nov 1789; probated 30 Apr 1790.

4. Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd Series; Vol. IX; p. 139: marriage of Anna Margaretha and Hans George Noes.

5. Eichelberger, A. W., Philip Frederick Eichelberger and his descendants - 1693 - 1900; genealogical record; p. 4; biographical section, p. 19 (Smyser family).

6. The Private Record of Jacob Lischy, V.D.M. 1743-1769; Translation; pp. 80; 130. ţ51

Spouse: Andrew**(Andreus) HOKE52,41,53,9
Birth: 20 Mar 1732/3, 20 Sep 1733/Baptised Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, New Holland, PA.9
Death: 3 Jan 1800, Jeffersontown, Jefferson Co., KY. [wrote a will Sept. 23, 1799, proved Jan. 7, 1800 in Jefferson Co., Kentucky.]9,9
Father: Johann Jacob** HOCK (1694-<1766)
Mother: Anna Margaretha**Possibly Mueller (~1710-~1785)
Marr: Aug 17651

Children: Adam (1760-1832)
 Clara [Maria Clara]** (1762-1818)
 'Jacob' Johann Jacob (1771-1840)
 Peter (1773-1857)
 Barbara [Maria Barbara] (1776-1854)
 Leonard (1779-1823)
 Elizabeth (1781-1846)
 Gloria [sic]

1.4 Michael EICHELBERGER36
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Birth: 25 Aug 17441
Bapt: 16 Sep 1744, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.; Spon.: Michael Gross & wf..).1

1.5 Jacob [Johann Jacob] EICHELBERGER54,55,56,57
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Birth: 28 Sep 1746/26 Sep 174658,59,60
Death: 14 Aug 1811, Hanover, York Co., PA.61,62,63,57
Burial: St MatthewÝs Lutheran, Reinterred Mt Olivet Cemetery64
Bapt: 20 Oct 1746, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.; Sponsors: J. J. Frantz and wf., Maria65,57

Historical Sketches of York County under A W Eichelberger and regarding the Eichelberger line reads  ýJacob, the third son of the second wife of the immigrant. resided in the town of Hanover. He was engaged in farming and keeping tavern. He was married to Anna Maria Reiniker. He died in 1811. His remains were first interred in St. Matthew's Lutheran graveyard, and were afterward removed to Mt. Olivet Cemetery. He left but one son, Jacob, the father of our subjectţ66

Will abstract Caspar Reinacker
REINECKER, Casper.  Hanover Township.
November 13, 1789    August 30, 1790
Executors:  Conrad Reinecker and Jacob Rudisell.
Children:  Conrad, Maney, Gloria, George, Anna m. Jacob Eyechelberger,
Catharine m. George Kuhn, Elizabeth m. George Sherman and Nancy.67

Spouse: Anna Maria  [Anna Maria REINIKER ] REINACKER68,69,70,57
Birth: 26 Mar 175265,57
Death: 19 May 183765,57
Father: Caspar [Capt] REINACKER (-1790)

Children: Jacob (1775-~1843)

1.6 Anna Elisabetha EICHELBERGER71,72
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Birth: 29 Aug 174873
Bapt: 30 Oct 1748, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA.; Spon.: Michael Gross & wf. Anna73

ýAnna Elisabetha Eichelberger, d. Friedrich and Maria Magdalena: b. Aug 29; bap Oct 30ţ73

1.7 Leonard {married Smyser}EICHELBERGER74,9,15
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Birth: 12 Aug 17509
Death: 14 Feb 18119

Will abstract
ýSCHMEISER, Mathias.  Manchester Township.
April 7, 1778    May 1, 1778
Executors:  Michael and Jacob Schmeiser.
Children:  Dorothea m. Peter Hoke, Rosanna m. George Moul, Sabina m. Jacob Swope,
Elizabeth m. Leonard Euhilberger, Anna m. Martin Ebert and Susanna.ţ
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/york/wills/willabstrp-s.txt

Historical Sketches of York County for A W Eichelberger shows this gentleman and reads ýLeonard, the second son of Phiiip Frederick Eichelberger, by the second wife, was a farmer. He was married to Elizabeth Smyser, and had four sons; Jacob, Frederick, George and John; and six daughters; Mary, married to Barney Welty; Sarah, to Frederick Welty; Susan, to Lewis Shearer; Lydia, to Daniel Bailey, and Elizabeth, to H. Richenbaugh. Jacob lived in York, was sheriff of York County, elected a member of the legislature in 1807 and a justice in 1829.ţ75
 
 

One source cites
NAME: PROWELL'S, VOL 2, PG. 14.
BIRTH & CHRISTENING: CHRIST LUTHERAN, VOL 2, PG. 152
http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/database/d0068/g0000000.htm#I138362

Spouse: Elizabeth (Married Eichelberger) SMYSER76,15,77
Father: Matthias (to allied marriages) SCHMIEßER (1715-1763)
Mother: Anna Katharina (Anna Catharine Wolfgang) KOPPENHÖFER /COPENHEAVER (1717-1763)

Children: Jacob
 Frederick (-1836)
 George
 John
 Mary (1778-1829)
 Sarah (1789-1830)
 Susan
 Lydia
 Elizabeth
 Unnamed

1.8 Lewis/Ludwig  [Ludwig Lewis] EICHELBERGER78,79,80
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Birth: 1 Dec 1752, jack hoke gives Jan 1755[ the baptism date in other sources]81,82
Death: Mar 1801 [no month 1841], probably Adams Co., PA.83,84
Bapt: 26 Jan 1755,  by Rev. Jacob Lischey; Sponsors: James Schmidt and Barbara85

ý Lewis. the fourth son of Frederick, lived in Adams County, Penn. He left one son, Adam, and three daughters, all of whom are now dead. ý86
 

 from The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages [Meticulous SOURCES given HEREIN ] .:
 *Sources for this family group [Ludwig (Lewis) Eichelberger - b. 01 Dec 1752 and wife/children,] given at source follow. URL to this family group is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.5.htm#Eich.Leonard.17503]. This is part of a meticulously sourced and collaborative Eichelberger  website found on line and extremely valuable to  Eichelberger search.
Sources at end of page presenting family found below Family Group Record

ýLeonard Eichelberger - b. 14 Jul 1750, Manheim Twp., Lancaster Co., PA. (bap 12 Aug 1750, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Brickerville, Lancaster
Co., PA.; Sponsors: Leonhardt Muller and wf.)

d. 14 Feb 1811, Dillsburg, Franklin Twp., York Co., PA.; bur. Franklin Cem., Franklin Twp., York Co., PA.

Resided: York Co., PA., Frederick Twp. (now part of Carroll Twp.), MD.

Father: Phillip Frederick Eichelberger . Mother: Maria Magdalena Becker

m. 1775

Wf.: Elizabeth Smyser - b. 11 Mar 1753

d. 26 Jan 1817, Frederick Co., MD.; bur. Emmitsburg Lutheran Church Cem., Emmitsitsburg, MD.

Father: Mathias Smyser/Schmeiser . Mother: Anna Catharine Koppenhaffer

Children (all b. near Piney Creek, Carroll Co., MD.):

i. George M. Eichelberger - b. 11 Feb 1775 (or 1784?)

ii. Jacob Eichelberger - b. 13 Feb 1776

iii. Mary Magdalene Eichelberger - b. 22 Jan 1778; m. Bernard Welty

iv. Frederick Eichelberger - b. 24 Aug 1783

v. John Eichelberger - b. 20 Feb 1787

vi. Sarah Eichelberger - b. 17 Aug 1789; m. Frederick Welty

vii. Susan Eichelberger - b. 07 Nov 1792; m. Lewis Sherer; no known issue.

viii. Lydia Eichelberger - b. 02 Nov 1792 [?]; m. Daniel Bailey

ix. Catharine Eichelberger - b. 06 Apr 1795; d. 04 Aug 1810, York Co., PA.; bur. Franklin Church Cem., Franklin Twp., York Co., PA.; single.

x. Elizabeth Eichelberger - b. 04 Mar 1799; d. 08 Nov 1818; m. Henry Richenbach; res. Dillsburg, PA.; no known issue.

Sources:

1. Church and cemetery records (as cited above).

2. Carroll Co., MD. Orphans Court Docket L-2-178: Leonard Eichelberger

3. Eichelberger, A. W., Philip Frederick Eichelberger and his descendants - 1693 - 1900; genealogical record; p. 66 [some data has not been verified]

4. York Co., PA. Court House, Office of the Register of Wills; Administration Bonds, Book 2C; p. 337: 11 Mar 1811: Estate o fLeonard Eichelberger of Monaghan
Twp.; Admin.: Jacob Eichelberger, Esq., of York, and Frederick Eichelberger o fMonaghan Twp.

5. York Co., PA. Clerk of the Court's office; Orphans Court Dockets: a) Book L; p. 178: 13 Sep 1814: Petition re: Leonard Eichelberger of Monaghan Twp., d. abt.
4 yrs. earlier, leaving widow, Elizabeth and issue: Frederick George, John, Mary (wf. of Bernard Welty), Susanna (wf. of Ludwick Shearer), Sarah (wf. of Frederick
Welty), Lydia (wf. of Daniel "Bayly"); and Elizabeth; decedent owned 450 ac. of patented land in Monaghan Twp.; inquest awarded. b) Book L; p. 183: 13 Sep
1814: Jacob Smyser was appointed guardian of Elizabeth Eichelberger, 15, dau. of the late Leonard Eichelberger.

6. York Co., PA. Deeds: a) Book 2E; p. 318: 11 Mar 1772: Frederick Eichelberger of Hanover, Yeoman, sold two tracts of land in Manheim Twp. and lot #51 in
Hanover, to one of his sons, Leonard, a wheelwright. b) Book 2E; p. 451: 05 Jul 1764: Lot #51 in Hanover sold by Richard McCalister and wf., Mary, to Frederick
"Aigelberery" of Heidelberg Twp. c) Book 2E; p. 453: 12 Apr 1790: Leonard Eichelberger, wagonmaker, and wf., Elizabeth, of Hanover sold lot #51 to William
Harris. d) York Co., PA. d) Deed Book 2V; p. 225: 21 May 1810: re: property of Adam Eichelberger, dec'd., late of Manheim Twp.: Leonard Eichelberger, of York
Co., innkeeper, brother of the late Adam Eichelberger , and Frederick Eichelberger, now of Frederick Co., MD., son of the late Adam, and Magdalen, widow of
Adam, as his exec. sold 104 ac. to Samuel Eichelberger (son of the decedent, Adam). e) Book 3N; p. 93: 01 Apr 1834: Heirs of Leonard Eichelberger of
Monaghan Twp.: a release; Heirs listed were: Henry Pinkenberger, Frederick Black and wf. Mary of Franklin Co.; Ludwig Scherer and wf Susan, Jacob Welty and
wf. Elizabeth, Joseph Wise and wf. Eliza, Daniel Welty and wf Sophia of Adams Co.; Dr. G. L. Shearer and wf Eliza, Daniel Bailey, Esq. and wf Lydia, Levi Welty,
all of York Co.; Bernard Joseph, James L., William, Kezia, Caroline and Lydia Welty; Maria and Catharine Eichelberger. ý19

Spouse: Elizabeth BAIR85
Birth: 1756 [or 1748]85
Death: 29 Oct 1851,  Alms House, Adams Co., PA.; age 1031 [age and all info as given at source]85

Children: Frederick (1776-)
 Adam (1780-1849)
 Elizabeth (1780-)
 Magdalena (1782->1850)
 George (1793->1850)
 Jacob (1786-1855)
 Lewis/Ludwig (1790-1830)
 Michael (1791-)
 Hannah (1795->1850)
 Sarah/Sally (1798-1860)
 Lovis (1798-1802)

1.9 Maria Magdalena EICHELBERGER87,88
ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ
Birth: 25 Mar 1757/ Mar 175989,90
Death: probably died young19
Bapt: 25 Mar 1759, by Rev. Jacob Lischey; Spon.: Jost Wagner & Maria Elizabeth19

Not mentioned by source20 ; given to me by Hoke Researcher Jack.

ýxv. Maria Magdalena Eichelberger - b. 25 Mar 1757 ( Bap 25 March 1759 by Rev. Jacob Lischey; Spon.: Jost Wagner & Maria Elizabeth); probably d. young. ý
 
 
 

Sources

1. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages, mounted by jebauer@mymtnhome.com .  This is part of a meticulously sourced and collaborative Eichelberger  website found on line and extremely valuable to  Eichelberger search.URL to this family group is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.2.htm#Eich.P.F.1693]. Children with detail are alloted their own pages, and own sources and the reader is encouraged to access this site for the data.
*Sources for this family group [Phillip Frederick Eichelberger and wife/children, given at end of page presenting family are [again, each child researched contains their OWN page and sources in addition] :  1. Canfield, Clifford R.; My German (Swiss/French?) Ancestors VI: (Phllippi, Eichelberger And Allied Families); Published independently by Clifford R. Canfield; 1997. [reprinted with permission of the author 08-17-99] 2. Records of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, PA. 3. York County, PA. Court House: a) Unrecorded Will of Philip Fred'k. Eichelberger; dtd. 05 Feb 1776; probate 02 Oct 1776. b) Book H;110 : Will of Magdalena Eichelberger, dtd. 17 Nov 1789; probated 30 Apr 1790. 4. Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd Series; Vol. IX; p. 139: marriage of Anna Margaretha and Hans George Noes. 5. Eichelberger, A. W., Philip Frederick Eichelberger and his descendants - 1693 - 1900; genealogical record; p. 4; biographical section, p. 19 (Smyser family).6. The Private Record of Jacob Lischy, V.D.M. 1743-1769; Translation; pp. 80; 130.
2. Biography of A W Eichelberger as found in  York County, Pennsylvania Biographical History [database online]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: Edit: Gibson, John. History of York County, Pennsylvania. Chicago: F.A. Battey Publishing Co., 1886. [Ancestry.com. Library]. This bio on his great grandson A W  yields information on the subject's great grandfather, Our Phillip Friederich EICHELBERGER and A W Eichelberger's bio is given its own page for its geneological and historical merit to other researchers. .
Also biography of [Mathias Jacob] SCHMIEßER for the Schmeisser [smyser] relevant entries in this page
3. Philip Frederick Eichelberger.Info from ýFamily is where it all begins,ţwebpage by  Gary Welker ©1999-2001. ,Detail on Eichelberger, URL for same [http://home.att.net/~cnev/np41.html]  Sourced at Location- sources cited are:  Eichelberger, A. W., Philip Frederick Eichelberger and his descendants - 1693 - 1900; Hanover Press, 1901; genealogical record p. 68; biographical section, p. 142-3., American Volunteer (newspaper of Carlisle, PA.); Marriage notice of Fred'k. Eichelberger "of the Senate" and Catharine Baker., Pennsylvania Vital Records; Vol. II; p. 637: Frederick Eichelberger Esq. m. Catharine Baker 29 Sep 1821; published The Lancaster Journal., Records of Franklin Cem., Franklin Twp., York Co., PA.; transcript: a) Col. Frederick, d. at Frederick MD. 05 Sep 1836; age 53-7-11., b) Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of Frederick & Catherine, dts. as above, d. age 8-5-22. c) Catharine Baker, wf. of Frederick, dts. as above; "d. in her 88th year"., EICHELBERGER LEONARD York County PA 193 Monaghan Township Federal Population Schedule PA 1810 Federal Census Index PAS1a989259
4. ýLink to source on Web:,ţ unsourced GEDCOM  http://www.8ung.at/dkolb/dat165.htm#10.
5. ýThe Hoke Family,ţGedcom from Jack Hoke in which some entries are sourced to the book which follows. This source should be considered as Gedcom recieved from Jack Hoke April 2001. Loose reference for some entries may include the tome "In the Name of God Almighty, Amen. I ... HOKE Bequeath"  Jean A. Berlekamp/Hope L. McConnell, compilers.  Echo Press, Green Springs, OH, 1980 . Jack HOKE is a frequent contributor to Hoke forums and a longtime researcher of the lines, and his generosity in sharing his data is greatly appreciated. In the absence of secure and firm documentation to the worthy tome mentioned above in which to compare data and primary source, entries sourced to this footnote # must be considered unverified.

6. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages, mounted by jebauer@mymtnhome.com .  This is part of a meticulously sourced and collaborative Eichelberger  website found on line and extremely valuable to  Eichelberger search. *Sources for this family group [(Johann) Martin Eichelberger -b. 16 Nov 1716, Ittlingen, Baden, Germany and wife {(Anna) Maria Schwab/Swope - b. 07 Dec 1719, Sinsheim, Heidelberg, Baden-Wittenberg, Germany}as well as children, given at source follow.]  URL to this family groupis [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.3.htm#Eich.Joh.Martin.1716].

7. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", produced in 300 limited editions1972.Volume II.

8. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages, mounted by jebauer@mymtnhome.com .  This is part of a meticulously sourced and collaborative Eichelberger  website found on line and extremely valuable to  Eichelberger search. *Sources for this family group (Joh) Friederich Eichelberger - b. 18 Feb 1722, Ittlingen, Baden, Germany; bap. Lutheran Church, Ittlingen, Germany given following direct URL to this source. URL [ http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.4.htm#Eich.(Joh)Friederich.1722]  Sources for this page as cited:


9. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages, mounted by jebauer@mymtnhome.com .  This is part of a meticulously sourced and collaborative Eichelberger  website found on line and extremely valuable to  Eichelberger search. *Sources for this family group[Johann George Eichelberger - b. 22 Dec 1729 and wife/no known children, given at source follow. URL to this family group is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.4.htm#Eich.Joh.Geo.1729].
Sources at end of page presenting family:

10 . Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania 1729-1881  [Genforum library]
Schwob, Maria Clara
Date:  Jun 27, 1762
Event:  Baptism
Record ID:  133167
Relation:  Sponsor
Location:  Adams Co., PA
Church:  Lutheran Record, Adams Co., PA
Remark:  Maria Clara daughter of Andreas Hoch and Maria Barbara. Sponsors: Conrad Schwob and Maria  Clara.

11. Mathias Jacob Schmeisser.  cites name, birth and death to PROWELL'S, VOL 2, PG. 13. From Don & Jeanine HartmanÝs webpages ýFamilyHart  Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy  Family Pages and Databaseţ Same source for his father Mathias Schmeisser sites NAME, BIRTH & DEATH: PROWELL'S, VOL 2, PG. 12. URL http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/familyhart/

12. Ancestors and Descendants of Johan Adam Diehl [*sources for info below] of York County, Penna Compiled by Vanessa Rudisill Stern. URL to this source is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vstern/DIEHL/DR01/DR01_006.HTM#P14148F9800]
Source Cites

"1. Information received from Richard Messersmith, November 1994.
2. Keith A. Dull, "Early Families of York County, Vol. 2, (Westminster, Maryland: Family Line Publications, 1995).
 7. Harry A. Diehl, "Diehl-Deal-Dill-Dale Families of America, Volume 1, Diehl Families of York and Adams County Pennsylvania", (Wilmington, Delaware:
by the author, 1989).
119. "Abstracts of York County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 1749-1819", pub. by Family Line Publications, 1995."
13. Eichelberger Family Record Book by A.W. Eichelberger 1693-1900, cited in Healey FTW
14. Trinity Church Records cited in Healey FTW

15. Ship's List of the Albany. [See Oaths of Allegiance for name variations in source #17 below. ] Ship's list:   From Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001. Original data: Daniel Rupp, A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.. Reads "7) Sept. 4, 1728 . Thirty Palatines with their families, about one hundred persons, imported in the ship Albany, Lazarus Oxman Master, from Rotterdam , last from Cowes , whence the ship sailed June 22d .--Col. Rec. III. 329.
This entry shows the men on board, some of whom signed, and some of whom were signed for by the clerk, apparantly.
Simon Scholler ,
Casper Riedt ,
Jacob Weis , name written by clerk
Matheis Koplin ,
Lorentz Belitz ,
Casper Hoot , name written by clerk
Conrad Duboy ,
Michel Keim ,
Hans Georg Metz ,
Georg Gerttner ,
Hans Miller , name written by clerk
Johan Carl Keil ,
Andrew Ablin , name written by clerk
JĐn Blţmen ,
Martin Calb , name written by clerk
Georg Frid V. Berbisdorff ,
Frid Christf. von Steysplatz ,
Johann Philip Glasser ,
Heinrich Stellfeldt ,
Friederich Eichelberger ,
Hans Jacob Donbach ,
Georg Wendel Biehel ,
Johannes Shţnfeldt ,
Johan Daniel Bengel ,
Philip Shoman , name written by clerk
Hans Jacob Biehel ,
Alexander Zarthmann ,
Hans Georg Buch ,
Hans Jerick Riger , name written by clerk
Jerig Fred. Bergenstott . name written by clerk
 

16. Egle, William Henry. Names Of Foreigners Who Took The Oath Of Allegiance To The Province And State Of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, With The Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808. Harrisburg, PA : E. K. Meyers, 1892. Ancestry.com library.

17. Strassburger, Ralph Beaver, Pennsylvania German Pioneers, - Vol. I-II (2). Norristown, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. Ancestry.com library. Reads: "At a Council in the courthouse of Philadelphia, Sept. 4th, 1728,... A List was presented of the Names of Thirty Palatines, who with their Families, making in all about One Hundred Persons, were imported here in the Ship Albany, Lazarus Oxman, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Portsmouth, as by Clearance from the Officers of the Customs |P21|p there, bearing date the 22d of June, 1728.|q From the Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records, Vol. III, p. 328 f.
 

  [List 7 A] Palatines imported in the Ship Albany, Capt Oxman. Sworn 4th Septr
  1728.

tttMr. Strickem
Mr. Chaplin
Daniel Bengel
Simon Shaller
Philip Thoman
Philip Glaser
Hans Adam Mire, sick
Larance Belits
Henry Stelfelt
Caspar Oot
Friederich Egelberger
Conraat Teboy
Jacob Danbach
Jacob Beigel
Hans Jerik Beigel
Michel Keim
Kasper Keshit
Elexander Zaartman
Jacob Weis
Johanes Schenefelt
Jerik Boog
Jerik Moots
Jerik Gertner
Andrew Ablen
Hans Miller
John Bloom
Hens Jerick
Riger Martin
Caleb Johan
Carle Keil
Jerig Frederick Bergenslott
Van Hokmel (in Germantown)
The above is a true list of the masters of the Palatine Familys, imported in the ship Albany, from Rotterdam to Philadelphia.
Given in on Oath ye 4th day of September 1728.
p. Lazs Oxman.
Sworn before Chas Read.
 

[List 7 B] Palatines imported in the Albany, Captain Lazarus Oxman, Mr, from Rotterdam, but last from [Portsmouth] as by clearance date Subscribed the foregoing Declaration 4th Sepr. 1728.
Georg Friedrich v. Berbisdorff
Friederich Christoph van Strysskap
Matthias Koplin
Johan Daniel Bengel
Simon Schaller
Philip (D) Thoman
Johann Philip Glaser
Lorentz Belitz
Henrich Stellfelt
Casper (O) Hoot
Friederich Eichelberger
Conrad Dupoy
Hans Jacob Donbach
Hans Jacob Biehel
Gurg Wendel Biehel
Michel (O) Keim
Casper Riedt
Allexander Zarttmann
Jacob (W) Weis
Johannes Schönefelldt
Hans Gerg Buch
Hans Gerg Motz
Georg Gerthner
Andreas (A) Ablin
Hans (H) Miller
Jaen Bloemen
Hans Jerich (O) Riger
Martin (M) Calb
Johan Carl Keil

18. Jack Hoke, longterm researcher of the line and frequent contributor in Hoke forums. No citation for this entry

19.  Fully Sourced narrative on this entry found at Healey WFT. Contact: Patricia Healey.. URL  http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1693479&id=I0076

20.  History of Lancaster County 1883 by Ellis & Evans - p. 979 . Cited in Healey WFT. Contact: Patricia Healey.. URL  http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1693479&id=I0076

21. Deed F. p. 318 - York County Court House. Cited in Healey WFT. Contact: Patricia Healey.. URL  http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1693479&id=I0076

22.  Private Record of Rev. Jacob Lishey.Cited in Healey WFT. Contact: Patricia Healey.. URL  http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1693479&id=I0076

23.  PA German Pioneers, Strassberger & Hinke, Vol. 1, p. 189. Cited in Healey WFT. Contact: Patricia Healey.. URL  http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1693479&id=I0076

24. Eichelberger Will Abstracts: Given Names "M" Through "P". From The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages, mounted by jebauer@mymtnhome.com .

25. 10. Lancaster County Court House, Orphan Court Docket 1742-1760, p. 40. Cited in Healey WFT. Contact: Patricia Healey.. URL  http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1693479&id=I0076
 
 

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