Second Generation HOKE [Immigrant to America Generation]; Johann Jacob** HOCK

1 Johann Jacob HOCK1 had a first marriage to Anna Maria Susannah [SCHINDLER]. He married secondly Anna Margaretha**Possibly Mueller.     This page details the second marriage  to Anna Margaretha and its progeny, is direct to this writer and contains detail on Johann Jacob not found on the pages in association with his first wife.


Birth: 20 Mar 1694/5, Monheim, (Probably Monheim-Am-Rhein-Rheinland) Germany1
Death: bef 21 Jun 1766, York County, Penna
Father: Johann Andreus** HOCK (1659-1730) Mother: Unknown 2 wives with Progeny for Johann Jacob HOCK

Educ of Johan Jacob Hock: Matriculated Marburg University May 4, 1702.

Immigrated: Probably arriving Phily 23/4 Aug 1728 ( Rotterdam by way of clearance in Deal, England, on June 15. John Coultes, Master)  on the Mortenhouse [First and Rootsweb entry of the Mortenhouse shp's list , appears as HOCH, John Jacob, and HOOGH, Jacob therein ]  The Morthenhouse [2nd incarnation of list]  does not give the ages or the names of the females and children. Land Acquisition 1746: Religion: Reformed.
Occupation:  Weaver and German Reformed Minister
Spouse #1: Anna Maria Susannah SCHINDLER2 [Link to this first marriage and progeny thereof]
Marr to Spouse #1: abt 1720,  Manheim, Rheinland, Preussen, Germany?2
Children of Johann Jacob HOCK and First Wife: Susannah SCHINDLER2 [additional data on children available through link given ] Spouse #2: Anna Margaretha**Possibly Mueller 1[Second Wife]
Marr to Spouse #2: betw 1732-33, York County, Penna1
Children of Johann Jacob HOCK and Anna Margaretha**Possibly Mueller : [details on children available through link]

 


From the HOKE webpages by Derick S. Hartshorn 2
ýJohann Jacob HOKE(1)  was born about 1695 in Germany. He died before 21 Jun 1766 in York Co., Pennsylvania. It is assumed that Johann Jacob Hoke arrived on the ship "Mortonhouse" Aug. 24, 1728, John Coultes, Master. Unfortunately this list does not give the ages or the names of the females and children. His name does appear on all three lists meaning he was over twenty-one years of age. In his will he names the five children by his first wife. Since the record of the birth of his fifth child, Eva Jul. 14, 1730, has been found, he must have married and had chidren born in Germany, apparently coming to America with a family. The only other Johann Jacob on these early lists arrived in 1749. This could not be the Jacob of this history for church records for the birth of three of his children, the marriage record of his eldest daughter, and his land purchase in what is now York Co. Pa. as all preceed 1749.
 

From Don S Neal's Webpages75:
ýJohan Jacob Hoke is thought to have arrived in Philadelphia (from Rotterdam by way of clearance in Deal, England, on June 15) on August 23, 1728. His ship of passage was the Mortonhouse, commanded by  John Coultas. We know that Hoke was in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, by mid-July of 1730, for a daughter was born there then, and he remained in that county (in the Ephrata area) until early 1746. Although this daughter had her birth registered in the New Holland Church in Lancaster, Hoke seems to have been active in the First German Reformed Church there.
The First German Reformed Church congregation built a log structure at Orange Street above Queen for its meeting house, which by Whitsuntide Sunday in 1736 (June 20) was  sufficiently completed to house a worship service. At that time the congregation called Hoke
to be their first minister. All this makes one suspect that Johan had received some training in theology at Marburg University, which was a leading Protestant university and had a school of theology. Evidently Johan had earned his living with his hands until the rather new
First German Reformed Church could support him as its minister. He was described as"reverend and truly pious." Hoke served this church ? performing all pastoral functions  except marriages ? only for about a year and a half, however, after which the church was without a pastor for another year and a half. Whether Hoke remained in Lancaster or had moved on we do not know. ţ


Spouse: Anna Margaretha**Possibly Mueller1
Birth: abt 1710, In York Co. PA 73
Death: abt 7 Mar 1785
Marr: betw 1732-33, York County, Penna1

Children of Johann Jacob HOCK and Anna Margaretha**Possibly Mueller :


Other spouses: Anna Maria Susannah SCHINDLER [children of this marriage available through link]

1.1 Andrew**(Andreus) HOKE4,5,2,1
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Birth: 20 Mar 1732/3, 20 Sep 1733/Baptised Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, New Holland, PA.1
Death: 3 Jan 1800, Jeffersontown, Jefferson Co., KY. [wrote a will Sept. 23, 1799, proved Jan. 7, 1800 in Jefferson Co., Kentucky.]1,1
Burial: Jeffersontown Cm,(must mean Kentucky)5
Alias: Andreas Hoch in his dtrÝs baptismal record6
Spouse: Barbara ** [Maria Barbara] [Anna Maria Barbara] EICHELBERGER7,8,9,5,10
Marr: Aug 176515
Children:
Adam (1760-1832)
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]
 

1.2 Clara or Maria Clara (Shriver)** ýGloriaţ  PROBABLY HOKE [probable but unproven dtr]16,17,18,19
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Birth: 8 Jul 1737
Death: 18 Apr 1812, Hanover Twnhip
Burial: 1812, Emanuel Ref. Cem,Hanover,PA
Alias: AKA Gloria//Clara in childÝs baptism record//Maria Clara as sponsor//In Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,    Pennsylvania 1729-1881, she appears as Clara and Maria Clara. In her husbandÝs will, she is called Gloria.//20,21
Spouse: Johann Conrad**(Conrad) SWOPE26,27,28,29
Children:
Johann Jacob ýJacobţ (1759-<)
Anna Barbara (1761-)
John  (Johann) (1763-1844)
Henry [married Herr] (1767-1842)
George (1774-1841)
Adam** (1778-1855)
 

1.3 'Peter' Johann Peter  HOKE31,2,32,33,1
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Birth: 6 Oct 1739, Lancaster Co., PA1
Death: Jan 1805, West Manchester Twp., York Co., PA1
Burial: On Michael Hoke Farm West Manchester Twp., York Co., PA, Near Bott's Station".
Alias: Peter /Hoke/

All info from Jack HOKE recieved in Gedcom download:
Johann Peter Hoke is listed in the Daughters of the American Revolution records as aSargeant in Captain Rhinehart Bott's York County Militia, 1780-1782.
Peter and his brother John purchased their parents homestead from their parents in 1783.
When John died, his share went to Peter, as the brothers had agreed.
Peter Hoke is buried on the old homestead farm, about 2 1/2 miles west of the Lincoln Highway.
On the back of the "Peter Hoke" card on file with the York County Historical Society Library is written:-
"Peter Hock der Altere, buried on Michael Hoke Farm (now owned by Andrew Smyser), West Manchester Twp., York Co., PA, near Bott's Station".
The card for his wife Dorothea reads " Anna Dorotea, wife of Peter Hoke Snr. Mar. 19, 1747 - Jan. 10, 1815, ae. 67yr 9m 3d."
Peter made his Will Dec. 12, 1804, probated Jan. 5, 1805, naming his wife Dorotea, sons Michael, Peter, Jacob & George, and daughters Gloria, Catherine, Sabina & Mary, as benificiaries.
Executors: were his sons Peter & Jacob Hoke, and Frederick Eichelberger.
Witnesses: were Michael Smyser, John Brubacher, and John Doll.
(YCWB L p.201-205).

Will of Peter Hoke, York Co., PA., OC/L 201-205, made Dec.12, 1804, probated Jan. 5, 1805. :-
Clearly names wife Dorothy, himself as "Peter Hoke the elder" , son Michael, son Peter, son Jacob, son George, daughter Catherine, daughter Sabina intermarried with John Pentz , daughter Mary intermarried with Andrew Schreiber , daughter Gloria

Spouse: Dorothy   [Maria Dorothea] SMYSER34,35,36,37,38,1
Birth: 19 Mar 1747, York,Pennsylvania39
Death: 10 Jan 1815, PA1
Father: Matthias  SCHMIEßER (1715-1763)
Mother: Anna Katharina (Anna Catharine Wolfgang) KOPPENHÖFER /COPENHEAVER (1717-1763)
Marr: abt 1762, PA1

Children:
Michael Smyser (1763-1846)(married Elizabeth EICHELBERGER 1770-1833)
 'Glora' Maria Clarissa (1766-1838) married Adam EBERT [1763-1808]
 Catherine (1767-1809)
 Peter Smyser (1771-1829) [married three times-Eliz KRANTZ, Anna Maria HUBERT, Catherine SHULTZ]
 Jacob Smyser (1773-1820) [married Anna Maria 'Nancy' KRANTZ 1770-1860]
 'Polly' Anna Maria (1776-~1850) [married Andrew SCHREIBER 1775-1835]
 'Sallie' Sabina/ Sarah (1779-~1864) [married Dr John  PENTZ [1778-24/25 Mar 1826]
 George (1785-1849) [married Susannah EBERT 1788-1871]

1.4 Johannes ýJohnţ  HOKE30,40,41
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Birth: abt 1740, York County, Penna42,43,41
Death: 27 Oct 1781, York County, Penna44,45
Burial: Manchester Twp., York, Pennsylvania.40
Spouse: Maria Sabina "Sabina" SWOPE 30
Children

Of York County46
From Derick S. HartshornÝs HOKE pages:
ýresided in Manchester Twp., York Co. Pa. and served in the Rev. War as a private in Reinhart Bott's and Emanuel Herman's Companies, York Co. Militia 2nd. Batt'l. (Pa. Arch. Set.6 Vol. 2, p.619: Capt. E. Herman's 5th Co. 7th Class). John made his will 22 Oct 1781, probated 14 Nov 1781, naming his wife, Sabina and children: Henry, Frederick, Sabina, Daniel, John and George. He refers to Peter Hoke. Executors were brother Andrew Hoke and brother-in-law George Rudy, both of Manchester twp. (York Co. Will book E-285) dated 26 Mar 1882. In another court record (YCOC E-5), Sabina Hoke petitions for guardianship of her children. Henry Hoke ae. 18 chose Jacob Keller of York Tp., Johann Frederick over 13, Sarah over 11, Daniel 9 yrs., and John 4 yrs. were to be under the guardianship of Peter Hoke and Philip Jacob King of Manchester Twp. and Jacob Keller of York Twp. After the death of John, ca 1797 or 1798, Sabina moved with her children to Lincoln Co. N. Cţ2

WILL OF JOHN HOKE (York County Will book; made 22 Oct 1781, proved 14 Nov 1781. [names brothers Peter and Andrew, his wife "Sabina" , his father "Jacob"  and children at time of its writing being Henry, Frederick, Sabina, Daniel, John and George Hoke . ]
Spouse: Maria Sabina "Sabina" [married Hoke] SWOPE30
Birth: 26 Dec 1748, In the old homestead, in Upper Leacock twnship, Lancaster co, Pa.47
Death: 9 Aug 1826, Lincolntown, Lincoln, North Carolina48,49
Father: Johannes(John)** SCHWAB (1704-1780)
Mother: Elizabeth (Catharina Elisabeth) GROVE (GROFF OR GREVE, GRAF, GRAEFF) (1715-1776)

Children:
Henry (Hon.) [John Henry] (1764-1836) [married Catharine RAMSAUR 1768-1829]
John Peter (Died as Child) (<1766-<1781)
Frederick [Johann Frederick] (1767-1844) [married four times]
ýSarahţ Maria Sabina (<1771-1850) [married Conrad MICHAL (or MICHAEL)]
Daniel (1773-1856) [married Barbara RAMSAUR 1780-1849] [descends to the Generals Forney of the CSA.]
John (Col.) (1778-1845) [married Barbara QUICKEL 1789-1849-grandaughter  of  Johann Michael QUICKEL and his first wife Barbara MUELLER through their son Michael who married FRIDAY] [This HOKE/QUICKEL marriage descends to Major General Hoke of the CSA.]
George

1.5 'Casper' Kasper W. HOKE1
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Birth: 6 JAN 1743/44, New Holland, Lancaster Co. (now York Co.), PA.50,1
Death: 15 Jul 1821 (July 16 according to Jack Hoke), West Manchester Twp., York Co., PA.51
Burial: Cemetery beside Gerbers Mennonite Meeting House, Heidelberg, Menges Hills, York Co., Penna1
Alias: Casper /Hoke/

ýJul 25, 1821 On 15th, Casper Hoke of York county, 78ţ The Republican Compiler, published Gettysburg. Of sufficient import in Gettysburg despite his residence in York.

ýKasper W. Hock.
Assumed that the meaning of the unknown initial W was his mothers Maiden Name.
Kasper was a Blacksmith by trade, also a Farmer.
It is believed that Kasper was the original purchaser of the Farm, the last Hoke occupant of which was his Grandson Graybill Hoke.
Kasper was of the Reformed Congregation of St. Pauls (called Wolfes Church), West Manchester Twp., York Co., PA.
Kasper and his son George are both buried in the Cemetery beside Gerbers Mennonite Meeting House, Heidelberg, Menges Hills, York Co., PA. Their Tombstones are incribed in German "Hier Berucht die Gemein aus ....", indicating that the family were still proficient in their native Platte Deutsche as late as 1844.ţ1
 

Unsourced entries indicate he died July 16, 1821 and was a blacksmith and farmer in either Paradise or Heidleburg Township, York County, PA.  (in Genforum). One entry giving this death date mentions the The Berlekamp/McConnell book stating it ýdocuments this pretty wellţ, in reference to this conradÝs relationship to Maria Sabina Swope and the 6 boys of hers who went with her south after the death of her husband.

Spouse: Anna Margaretha EMICH1
Birth: 1 Oct 1750, York Co., PA.
Death: 31 Oct 1831, West Manchester Twp., York Co., PA
Father: John/Johan [Emig] EMICH (-1786)
Mother: Mary Margaret KRANTZ (ca1729-1799)
Marr: BET. 1768 - 1770, First Refomed Church, Lancaster Co., PA.1

Children: 'John' Johannes (1771-1852)
 Catherine Elizabeth (1774-~1789)
 George E. (1775-1844)
 'Jacob' John Jacob (1780-~1792)
 Samuel E. (1783-1826)
 Michael E. (1785-1868)

1.6 Anna Maria Margaretha HOKE52,53,54,1
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Birth: 6 FEB 1745/46, York Co., PA.
Death: 7 Feb 1826, York Co., PA.
Alias: Anna Maria /Hoke//  Margaret Schmeiser55

Spouse: Michael (Capt/Col) [John Michael] SMYSER56,57,58,59,60,54,1
Birth: 21 Nov 1740, York Co., PA.1,61,62
Death: 7 Jul 1810, York Co., PA. [probated July 24, 1810]63,64,65
Father: Matthias SCHMIEßER (1715-1763)
Mother: Anna Katharina (Anna Catharine Wolfgang) KOPPENHÖFER /COPENHEAVER (1717-1763)
Marr: abt 1760, PA

Children: Peter H. (1761-1830)
 Sarah H. [Sabina] (1765-1843)
 Anna Maria H. 'Polly'  [Mary] (~1766-)
 Catherine Elizabeth H. (1768-)
 Jacob K. (1776-1853)
 Michael W. (1778-1845)
 Susan H. [Susanna] (1780-)

1.7 'Conrad' Kuhnrat W. HOKE1
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Birth: 1748, Lancaster/York Co., PA.
Death: bef 1810, Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA.
Alias: Conrad /Hoke/

'Conrad' Kuhnrat W. HOCK/HOKE, b. 1748. Died c.1810.
Married Catherine Elizabeth (Bortner ?) c.1770 in York Co., PA.
Catherine Elizabeth Hoke b. abt.1749 d. Dec.7/1831 age 82yrs.
1790 Census shows Conrad Hoake as 3-3-1 & 1 slave
The 1795 Tax List lists Conrad - 10 Inhabitants.
Moved to Heidelberg Twp. By 1800 Cesus.
Issue: John (Johan?) Conrad, John (Johan?) George, Arthur? John, Margaret ?????

Spouse: Catherine Elizabeth BORTNER(?)1
Birth: 1749, York Co., PA.
Death: 7 Dec 1831, Cumberland Twp., Adams Co., PA.
Marr: abt 1770, York Co., PA.1

Children: 'Conrad' Johann Conrad (1776-<1823)
 'Jacob' Johann Jacob (~1780-)
 'Arthur' Johann Artor (1782-)
 'George' Johann George (1788-)
 'John' Johannes (~1789-)
 Margaret (~1791-)

1.8 Frederick W. HOKE1
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Birth: 1750, Lancaster/York Co., PA.
Death: 1 Jul 1771, York Co., (now Adams Co.), PA

Died Unmarried.  His father ýraised fifteen children to maturity with one son, Frederick, dying unmarried, prior to the final settlement of his father's estateţ2
Jack Sourced info to:66

1.9 'Phillip' Johann Phillip HOKE2,1
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Birth: 5 JAN 1751/52, Lancaster/York Co., PA.
Death: BET. 1753 - 1842, Lancaster/York Co., PA.
Alias: /Phillip/

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1.10 Johann Heinrich 'Henry' HOKE1,67,68,1
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Birth: 14 Nov 1754, Lancaster/York Co., PA
Death: 24 Feb 1826, Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA.
_: Revolutionary War
Alias: John Henry /Hoke/

Spouse: Hannah FERREE69,70,1,1
Birth: 1764/18 Aug 1759/, Lancaster Co., PA [date from Jack Hoke, while Michale Smokes gives 1764]71
Death: 28 Aug 1830, Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA.
Father: Peter  FERREE (1730-1795)
Mother: Rachel SHERTZ (~1745->1778)
Marr: 25 May 1781, Lancaster/York Co., PA1

Children: Anna Maria (1782-)
 Jacob Ferree (1783-1867)
 Rebeka (1785-1837)
 George W. (1789-1851)
 Henry F. (1794-1878)
 Hannah (1795-1880) [married her 1s1r Adam HOKE 1792-1869]
 'Eli' Elias (1799-1822)

1.11 Catherine Elizabeth HOKE1
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Birth: 1760, Lancaster/York Co., PA.
Birth: 1760, Birth Date
Birth: 11 Apr 1785, Married: York/Lancs Co., PA
Death: 1812, Prob. Louisville, KY
_: 1812, Died age 52: Prob. Nr. Louisville, KY

Posted by: Margarette Stanfield in Genforum
Andrew Hoke was born March 20, 1733/33 in New Holland, York Co., Pa. He was married to Anna Maria Barbara Eichelberger. He was the son of Johann Jacob Hoke and Anna Margaretha (?) Hoke. His younger sister, Catherine(born in 1760) married George Rudy in Jefferson Co., Ky.

Spouse: John George ýGeorgeţ RUDY72,1
Birth: 1 Aug 1744, Manheim Twp., Lancaster Co., PA72
Birth: 1 Aug 1744, Born Manheim Twp., Lancs Co., PA
Birth: 19 Aug 1744, Christened: Moravian Church, Lancs., PA
Death: Dec 1806, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY
Father: Johann Daniel RUDY (~1720-)
Mother: Susannah BARTH (~1725-)
Marr: 11 Apr 1785, York Co., PA.

Children:
Jacob A. (~1787-)
Lydia (~1788-)
Elizabeth (~1790-~1841)
Frederick Daniel (1791-1840)
 
 

Sources

1. ýThe Hoke Family,ţ sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701.
2. Derick S. Hartshorn [derick@twave.net], ýDescendants of Johann Jacob HOKE [Rootsweb-Hoke-L],ţ http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccatawb/hoke/d689.htm, Derick S. Hartshorn.
3. ýThe Hoke Family,ţ sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701, via Email.
4. A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886.//Ancestry.com database ýBordered by the Susquehanna River in southeastern Pennsylvania, York County was formed in 1749 from neighboring Lancaster County. This database is a collection of biographical sketches of prominent men from the county in the nineteenth centuryţ A W EichelbergerÝs bio.
5. Fillmore K. Spangler III, ýThe Spangler Family Genealogy Page,ţ http://www.spanglers.info/  mainpage when sought in Nov 2002, http://www.txdirect.net/~spangler/ when viewed 120800, spangler@txdirect.net.
6. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,Pennsylvania 1729-1881
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.
http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_browse.cgi?CDNUM=129&PAGE=%2Fifa%2F129%2Findex%2FS%2F5984.SCHWOB-1FJACOB.brw
7. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages. *Sources for this family group [Phillip Frederick Eichelberger and wife/children, given at source follow. URL to this family group is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.2.htm#Eich.P.F.1693]. 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:
ý1. 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. Maria Barbara Eichelberger  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.2.htm#Eich.P.F.1693.
8. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,
                                Pennsylvania 1729-1881
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.
http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_browse.cgi?CDNUM=129&PAGE=%2Fifa%2F129%2Findex%2FS%2F5984.SCHWOB-1FJACOB.brw Maria Barbara in dtrÝs baptismal record.
9. A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886.//Ancestry.com database ýBordered by the Susquehanna River in southeastern Pennsylvania, York County was formed in 1749 from neighboring Lancaster County. This database is a collection of biographical sketches of prominent men from the county in the nineteenth centuryţ Barbara, found in A W EichelbergerÝs bio.
10. ýThe Hoke Family,ţ sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701, Anna Maria Barbara.
11. Ibid. between 1735 - 1738  Manheim Twp., York Co., PA.
12. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages. *Sources for this family group [Phillip Frederick Eichelberger and wife/children, given at source follow. URL to this family group is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.2.htm#Eich.P.F.1693]. 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:
ý1. 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. 15 Jan 1743 [baptised lancaster, see baptism entry].
13. ýThe Hoke Family,ţ sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701, bef 10 Mar 1817  Jeffersontown, Jefferson Co., KY. [ Administration of the Estate of Barbara Hoke was granted Mar.10, 1817 to Jacob Hoke.].
14. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages. *Sources for this family group [Phillip Frederick Eichelberger and wife/children, given at source follow. URL to this family group is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.2.htm#Eich.P.F.1693]. 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:
ý1. 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. 10 Mar. 1817; bur. Jefferson Cem. near Louisville, KY  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.2.htm#Eich.P.F.1693.
15. Ibid. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.2.htm#Eich.P.F.1693.
16. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, 68, page 68 ŰClara Shriver but states ýthere is some question as to her nameÝ.
17. Will Abstract Conrad Swope.
SWOOPE, Conrad.  Hanover Township.
July 29, 1799    September 5, 1799
Executors:  George Charles and John Swoope.
Wife:  Gloria Swoope.
Children:  John, Henry, George and Adam.
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/york/wills/willabstrp-s.txt Gloria Swoope, wife.
18. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.1 from page 1299 to end, http://worldroots.com/~brigitte/swope/index.html  OR http://worldroots.com/~brigitte, Brigitte Gastel Lloyd  TRANSCRIBED ENTIRITY,  Brigitte@qrz.com, chapter 5, given only as Maria Clara, no surname, although supposition she is the Hoke here given is provided in that source. See narrative.
19. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,   Pennsylvania 1729-1881, From GenForum Library, Clara as mother, Maria Clara as sponsor.
20. ýThe Hoke Family,ţ sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701, AKA Gloria.
21. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,   Pennsylvania 1729-1881, From GenForum Library, Clara in childÝs baptism record; Maria Clara as sponsor.
22. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, 68, Page 67.
23. ýThe Hoke Family,ţ sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701, given for reference only, came in email.
24. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.1 from page 1299 to end, http://worldroots.com/~brigitte/swope/index.html  OR http://worldroots.com/~brigitte, Brigitte Gastel Lloyd  TRANSCRIBED ENTIRITY,  Brigitte@qrz.com.
25. Edward W. Spangler, The Annals of the Families of Caspar, Henry, Baltzer and George Spengler, York, Pennsylvania: The York Daily Publishing Co., 1896., p 281-284.
26. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, 68, page 68.
27. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.1 from page 1299 to end, http://worldroots.com/~brigitte/swope/index.html  OR http://worldroots.com/~brigitte, Brigitte Gastel Lloyd  TRANSCRIBED ENTIRITY,  Brigitte@qrz.com, chapter 5.
28. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,   Pennsylvania 1729-1881, From GenForum Library, appears as both Conrad Schwob and Conradt Schwobb.
29. ý1750 Census as found in Swope Book of Remembrance, detailed there.ţ
30. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, 68.
31. A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886.//Ancestry.com database ýBordered by the Susquehanna River in southeastern Pennsylvania, York County was formed in 1749 from neighboring Lancaster County. This database is a collection of biographical sketches of prominent men from the county in the nineteenth centuryţ his father in lawÝs bio.
32. Don & Jeanine Hartman, ýFamilyHart  Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy  Family Pages and Database,ţ http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/familyhart/, Extensive site with Sources given.  GREAT resource., cites NAME: PROWELL'S, VOL 2, PG. 13.
33. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages. *Sources for this family group [Michael Eichelberger - b. 17 Mar 1765, and wife/children, given at source follow. URL to this family group is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.27.htm#Eich.Mich'l.1765]. 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:
ý1. Eichelberger, A. W., Philip Frederick Eichelberger and his descendants - 1693 - 1900; genealogical record; p. 35; biographical section, p. 93.

2. York Co., PA. Court House, Office of the Register of Wills; Book T-270: Will of Catharine Eichelberger, widow, of the borough of York; dtd. 21 Jun 1847; codicil 29 Nov 1847;
proved 10 Oct 1849; names children, including Mary, wf. of Martin Ebert; exec.: son-in-law, Martin Ebert.
 

3. Register of the First Reformed Church of York, Transcription, p. 331: Peter "Krum" m. Elisabeth Eichelberger 23 May 1815.

4. Register of Saint Matthew Lutheran Church, Hanover, York Co., PA.; Baptisms: p. 77 ("John Adam"; spon Adam Eichelberger & Anna Maria Carl); p. 89 (Elisabeth; spon: parents;
and Michael; spon. parents); p. 105 (George; spon: parents).

5. Records of Bair's Meeting House Cem., Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA.; Michael Eichelberger, dts. as above, d. age 36y 2m 23d; (The A. W. Eichelberger book gives Michael's year of
birth as 1761).

6. York Co., PA. Court House: Office of the Register of Wills; Book O; p. 414: Will of Magdalena Eichelberger, widow; dtd. 24 Aug 1820; proved 05 Feb 1822; names children,
including Michael, deceased, who left son Adam "and other issue".

7. York Co., PA. Court House, Office of the Register of Wills; Administration Bonds; Book 2A; p. 331: 09 Jun 1801: Estate of Michael Eichelberger of Manheim Twp.; widow,
Catharine and Peter Hoke.

8. York Co., PA. Court House, Office of the Clerk; Orphans Court Dockets: a) Book H; p. 427: 20 Dec 1803: re: Polly Eichelberger, 14, dau. of Michael, dec'd., late of Manheim Twp.;
guardianship awarded to her uncle, Jacob Hoke and John Swoope. [age discrepancy with the above data) b) Book J; p. 4: 21 Feb 1804: On petition of Catharine Eichelberger, widow of
Michael, late of Manheim Twp.: John Swoop, Peter Hoke Jr. and Jacob Hoke were named guardians for: Elizabeth, 8; George, 3; Adam, 12; and Michael, 5, children of Michael and
Catharine. c) Book K, p. 206: 26 Feb 1811: Petitition set forth that Michael Eichelberger of Manheim Twp., d. intestate abt. ten years earlier, leaving widow Catharine, issue: Adam, now
19 years and 6 mos; Michael, 13, George, 11, Mary, 21, wf. of Martin Ebert; and Elizabeth; decedent owned 216 ac. of patented land in Manheim Twp. d) Book L; p. 2: 18 May 1813:
aforesaid prop. awarded to decedent's oldest son, Adam, Fro $11, 934ţ
URL http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.27.htm#Eich.Mich'l.1765 regarding dtr Catharine ýFather: Peter Hoke . Mother: Dorothea Smyserţhttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.27.htm#Eich.Mich'l.1765.
34. A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886.//Ancestry.com database ýBordered by the Susquehanna River in southeastern Pennsylvania, York County was formed in 1749 from neighboring Lancaster County. This database is a collection of biographical sketches of prominent men from the county in the nineteenth centuryţ Dorothy-her fatherÝs bio.
35. Don & Jeanine Hartman, ýFamilyHart  Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy  Family Pages and Database,ţ http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/familyhart/, Extensive site with Sources given.  GREAT resource., [Maria Dorothea] cites Name to PROWELL'S, VOL 2, PG. 13.
36. ýThe Hoke Family,ţ sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701, [Maria Dorothea].
37. The Eichelberger Geneology Webpages. *Sources for this family group [Michael Eichelberger - b. 17 Mar 1765, and wife/children, given at source follow. URL to this family group is [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.27.htm#Eich.Mich'l.1765]. 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:
ý1. Eichelberger, A. W., Philip Frederick Eichelberger and his descendants - 1693 - 1900; genealogical record; p. 35; biographical section, p. 93.

2. York Co., PA. Court House, Office of the Register of Wills; Book T-270: Will of Catharine Eichelberger, widow, of the borough of York; dtd. 21 Jun 1847; codicil 29 Nov 1847;
proved 10 Oct 1849; names children, including Mary, wf. of Martin Ebert; exec.: son-in-law, Martin Ebert.

3. Register of the First Reformed Church of York, Transcription, p. 331: Peter "Krum" m. Elisabeth Eichelberger 23 May 1815.

4. Register of Saint Matthew Lutheran Church, Hanover, York Co., PA.; Baptisms: p. 77 ("John Adam"; spon Adam Eichelberger & Anna Maria Carl); p. 89 (Elisabeth; spon: parents;
and Michael; spon. parents); p. 105 (George; spon: parents).

5. Records of Bair's Meeting House Cem., Heidelberg Twp., York Co., PA.; Michael Eichelberger, dts. as above, d. age 36y 2m 23d; (The A. W. Eichelberger book gives Michael's year of
birth as 1761).

6. York Co., PA. Court House: Office of the Register of Wills; Book O; p. 414: Will of Magdalena Eichelberger, widow; dtd. 24 Aug 1820; proved 05 Feb 1822; names children,
including Michael, deceased, who left son Adam "and other issue".

7. York Co., PA. Court House, Office of the Register of Wills; Administration Bonds; Book 2A; p. 331: 09 Jun 1801: Estate of Michael Eichelberger of Manheim Twp.; widow,
Catharine and Peter Hoke.

8. York Co., PA. Court House, Office of the Clerk; Orphans Court Dockets: a) Book H; p. 427: 20 Dec 1803: re: Polly Eichelberger, 14, dau. of Michael, dec'd., late of Manheim Twp.;
guardianship awarded to her uncle, Jacob Hoke and John Swoope. [age discrepancy with the above data) b) Book J; p. 4: 21 Feb 1804: On petition of Catharine Eichelberger, widow of
Michael, late of Manheim Twp.: John Swoop, Peter Hoke Jr. and Jacob Hoke were named guardians for: Elizabeth, 8; George, 3; Adam, 12; and Michael, 5, children of Michael and
Catharine. c) Book K, p. 206: 26 Feb 1811: Petitition set forth that Michael Eichelberger of Manheim Twp., d. intestate abt. ten years earlier, leaving widow Catharine, issue: Adam, now
19 years and 6 mos; Michael, 13, George, 11, Mary, 21, wf. of Martin Ebert; and Elizabeth; decedent owned 216 ac. of patented land in Manheim Twp. d) Book L; p. 2: 18 May 1813:
aforesaid prop. awarded to decedent's oldest son, Adam, Fro $11, 934ţ
URL http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.27.htm#Eich.Mich'l.1765 regarding dtr Catharine ýFather: Peter Hoke . Mother: Dorothea Smyserţ  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jodiem/Philip.Fred'k.Fm.Grps.27.htm#Eich.Mich'l.1765.
38. ýLink to source on Web:,ţ reads: CARTER - Looking for any information on Henry F Carter married to Mary Thompson, if any one knows anything about there children please let me know . It would be greatly appreciated GCarter@aol.com, [Maria Dorothea] http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/database/d0002/g0000043.htm#I138311.
39. Don & Jeanine Hartman, ýFamilyHart  Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy  Family Pages and Database,ţ http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/familyhart/, Extensive site with Sources given.  GREAT resource., cites BIRTH & CHRISTENING: CHRIST LUTHERAN RECORDS, VOL 2, PG. 132.
40. Jean A. Berlekamp/Hope L. McConnell, compilers.,  In the Name of God Almighty, Amen. I .. HOKE Bequeath, Echo Press, Green Springs, OH, 1980, Sited by Rootsweb Hoke-L, http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccatawb/hoke/index.htm,  Descendants of Johann Jacob HOKE at Rootsweb URL.
41. ýDescendants of Johann Jacob HOKE,ţ SOURCED, Derick S. Hartshorn  [derick@twave.net], http://www.co.catawba.nc.us/otheragency/ccgs/hoke/hoke.htm, http://www.co.catawba.nc.us/otheragency/ccgs/hoke/fowsrc.htm.
42. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, 68, page 185.
43. Jean A. Berlekamp/Hope L. McConnell, compilers.,  In the Name of God Almighty, Amen. I .. HOKE Bequeath, Echo Press, Green Springs, OH, 1980, Sited by Rootsweb Hoke-L, http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccatawb/hoke/index.htm,  Descendants of Johann Jacob HOKE at Rootsweb URL, page 297-299.
44. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, 68, page 184/said before 1798.
45. Jean A. Berlekamp/Hope L. McConnell, compilers.,  In the Name of God Almighty, Amen. I .. HOKE Bequeath, Echo Press, Green Springs, OH, 1980, Sited by Rootsweb Hoke-L, http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccatawb/hoke/index.htm,  Descendants of Johann Jacob HOKE at Rootsweb URL, p 297-299.
46. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, 68, page 184.
47. Ibid. p 185.
48. Ibid. p 185 9 Aug 1826  Lincolntown, North Carolina.
49. ýDescendants of Johann Jacob HOKE,ţ SOURCED, Derick S. Hartshorn  [derick@twave.net], http://www.co.catawba.nc.us/otheragency/ccgs/hoke/hoke.htm, http://www.co.catawba.nc.us/otheragency/ccgs/hoke/fowsrc.htm, Aug 1826 in Lincolnton, Lincoln, North Carolina.
50. Derick S. Hartshorn [derick@twave.net], ýDescendants of Johann Jacob HOKE [Rootsweb-Hoke-L],ţ http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccatawb/hoke/d689.htm, Derick S. Hartshorn, gives 1744.
51. death notice Rebulican Sentinal, paper of Gettysburg, Penna
Paper dated July 25 5, 1821 detailing death on 15th    of Casper Hoke of York County, age 78
URL http://www.rootsweb.com/~paadams/adamsdea.pdf ýJul 25, 1821 On 15th, Casper Hoke of York county, 78ţ The Republican Compiler, published Gettysburg.   URL http://www.rootsweb.com/~paadams/adamsdea.pdf.
52. DAR records for Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49 page 407
Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
DAR ID Number: 48895
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49 page 407
 Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
 DAR ID Number: 48895
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Henry Barber Nixon, Ph. D.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Hay, Lieut. Col. Michael Schmeiser,
Hartman Deitsh, and John P. Crone.
Daughter of Alexander Hay and Madelena Ilgenfriz, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Hay, Jr., and Susan Schmeiser, his wife; Daniel Ilgenfritz and
      Elizabeth Deitsch, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Hay and Juliana Maul, his 2nd wife, Michael Schmeiser and
     Margaret Schmeiser, his wife; Hartman Deitsh and   Catherine Huebner, his wife;
     Samuel Ilgenfritz and Mary Magdelena Crone (b. 1769), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John P. Crone and Maria Elizabeth ¬ó, his wife.
       John Hay  (1733-1810) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence 1774, and of the  convention that framed the state constitution. He was born in Alsace, France; died in  York.
       Michael Schmeiser (1740-1810) was captain in Col. Swope's regiment at Fort Washington, where he was captured. After his release he served in the Assembly from 1778 to the close of the war.

      Also No. 5549.
 Hartman Deitsh (1750-1815) enlisted 1776 in Capt. Rudolph Spengler's
 company, was in the ¬ìFlying Camp¬î of New Jersey, and took part in the  battle of Brooklyn Heights. He was born in Germany.

John P. Crone, in 1775, served as private in the sixth company [p.407] under Capt. Long, and in 1776 was in Capt. Jacob Beister's company, York County militia. He was born and died in York, Pa.

http://google.com/search?q=cache:GSmc4LUMAaAC:home.attbi.com/~orangegenealogy/darIlgenfritz.DOC+%22+ilgenfritz%22+%22deitsch%22&hl=en Margaret Schmeiser.
53. Don & Jeanine Hartman, ýFamilyHart  Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy  Family Pages and Database,ţ http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/familyhart/, Extensive site with Sources given.  GREAT resource., Unsourced. sources to a world tree entry.
54. Link to source on web http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/database/d0005/g0000043.htm#I138314.
55. DAR records for Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49 page 407
Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
DAR ID Number: 48895
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49 page 407
 Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
 DAR ID Number: 48895
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Henry Barber Nixon, Ph. D.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Hay, Lieut. Col. Michael Schmeiser,
Hartman Deitsh, and John P. Crone.
Daughter of Alexander Hay and Madelena Ilgenfriz, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Hay, Jr., and Susan Schmeiser, his wife; Daniel Ilgenfritz and
      Elizabeth Deitsch, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Hay and Juliana Maul, his 2nd wife, Michael Schmeiser and
     Margaret Schmeiser, his wife; Hartman Deitsh and   Catherine Huebner, his wife;
     Samuel Ilgenfritz and Mary Magdelena Crone (b. 1769), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John P. Crone and Maria Elizabeth ¬ó, his wife.
       John Hay  (1733-1810) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence 1774, and of the  convention that framed the state constitution. He was born in Alsace, France; died in  York.
       Michael Schmeiser (1740-1810) was captain in Col. Swope's regiment at Fort Washington, where he was captured. After his release he served in the Assembly from 1778 to the close of the war.

      Also No. 5549.
 Hartman Deitsh (1750-1815) enlisted 1776 in Capt. Rudolph Spengler's
 company, was in the ¬ìFlying Camp¬î of New Jersey, and took part in the  battle of Brooklyn Heights. He was born in Germany.

John P. Crone, in 1775, served as private in the sixth company [p.407] under Capt. Long, and in 1776 was in Capt. Jacob Beister's company, York County militia. He was born and died in York, Pa.

http://google.com/search?q=cache:GSmc4LUMAaAC:home.attbi.com/~orangegenealogy/darIlgenfritz.DOC+%22+ilgenfritz%22+%22deitsch%22&hl=en Margaret Schmeisser.
56. A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886.//Ancestry.com database ýBordered by the Susquehanna River in southeastern Pennsylvania, York County was formed in 1749 from neighboring Lancaster County. This database is a collection of biographical sketches of prominent men from the county in the nineteenth centuryţ Colonel.
57. DAR records for Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49 page 407
Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
DAR ID Number: 48895
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49 page 407
 Mrs. Kate Virginia Hay Nixon.
 DAR ID Number: 48895
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Henry Barber Nixon, Ph. D.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Hay, Lieut. Col. Michael Schmeiser,
Hartman Deitsh, and John P. Crone.
Daughter of Alexander Hay and Madelena Ilgenfriz, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Hay, Jr., and Susan Schmeiser, his wife; Daniel Ilgenfritz and
      Elizabeth Deitsch, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Hay and Juliana Maul, his 2nd wife, Michael Schmeiser and
     Margaret Schmeiser, his wife; Hartman Deitsh and   Catherine Huebner, his wife;
     Samuel Ilgenfritz and Mary Magdelena Crone (b. 1769), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John P. Crone and Maria Elizabeth ¬ó, his wife.
       John Hay  (1733-1810) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence 1774, and of the  convention that framed the state constitution. He was born in Alsace, France; died in  York.
       Michael Schmeiser (1740-1810) was captain in Col. Swope's regiment at Fort Washington, where he was captured. After his release he served in the Assembly from 1778 to the close of the war.

      Also No. 5549.
 Hartman Deitsh (1750-1815) enlisted 1776 in Capt. Rudolph Spengler's
 company, was in the ¬ìFlying Camp¬î of New Jersey, and took part in the  battle of Brooklyn Heights. He was born in Germany.

John P. Crone, in 1775, served as private in the sixth company [p.407] under Capt. Long, and in 1776 was in Capt. Jacob Beister's company, York County militia. He was born and died in York, Pa.

http://google.com/search?q=cache:GSmc4LUMAaAC:home.attbi.com/~orangegenealogy/darIlgenfritz.DOC+%22+ilgenfritz%22+%22deitsch%22&hl=en Michael Schmeiser.
58. Don & Jeanine Hartman, ýFamilyHart  Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy  Family Pages and Database,ţ http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/familyhart/, Extensive site with Sources given.  GREAT resource., John Michael, Col   cites !NAME, BIRTH & DEATH: PROWELL'S, VOL 2, PG. 13.
59. Link to source on web http://www.8ung.at/dkolb/dat5.htm#14.
60. Ibid. Captain  http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?george::smyser::32.html.
61. Don & Jeanine Hartman, ýFamilyHart  Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy  Family Pages and Database,ţ http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/familyhart/, Extensive site with Sources given.  GREAT resource., cites !NAME, BIRTH & DEATH: PROWELL'S, VOL 2, PG. 13.
62. Ibid. cites birth and christening to CHRIST LUTHERAN RECORDS, VOL 2, PG. 132.
63. ýThe Hoke Family,ţ sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701, 7 Jul 1810  York Co., PA.
64. Don & Jeanine Hartman, ýFamilyHart  Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy  Family Pages and Database,ţ http://midatlantic.rootsweb.com/familyhart/, Extensive site with Sources given.  GREAT resource., cites !NAME, BIRTH & DEATH: PROWELL'S, VOL 2, PG. 13.  7 Jul 1810.
65. John A. Forney, EXCELLENT resourse, Extensively documented, ýDescendants of Marx Forney; Second Generation,ţ http://google.com/search?q=cache:OFABStjVcAoC:freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~forneypage/MFG2.PDF+%22Daniel+Forney%22+%22reisterstown%22&hl=en, will, probated July 24, 1810.
66. Gary Lee Miley, 1-1997
cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701
67. F. Edward Wright, Abstracts of Lancaster Co, PA Wills, 1786 - 1820, Abstracts of wills executed in Lancaster County, PA, between 1786 and 1820., Genforum.com Library subscription publication, p 42 of tome, his father in lawÝs will abstract.
68. Will Abstract Peter Ferree
ýFERREE, PETER   Lampeter Twp.
January 13, 1795    November 19, 1795
Children: John, Peter, Samuel, Jacob, Hannah wife of Henry Hoke,
Mary wife of Andrew Ferree, Rachel and Elizabeth wife of Joel Ferree.
Ex.: Jacob Shirtsţ
URL
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/lancaster/wills/willabstf-g.txt mentioned as son in law, husband to Hannah.
69. F. Edward Wright, Abstracts of Lancaster Co, PA Wills, 1786 - 1820, Abstracts of wills executed in Lancaster County, PA, between 1786 and 1820., Genforum.com Library subscription publication, p 42, her fatherÝs will.
70. Will Abstract Peter Ferree
ýFERREE, PETER   Lampeter Twp.
January 13, 1795    November 19, 1795
Children: John, Peter, Samuel, Jacob, Hannah wife of Henry Hoke,
Mary wife of Andrew Ferree, Rachel and Elizabeth wife of Joel Ferree.
Ex.: Jacob Shirtsţ
URL
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/lancaster/wills/willabstf-g.txt mentioned as dtr, wife to Henry Hoke.
71. Michael A. Smoke/Msmoke@msn.com   1-206-362-0504, ýMichael A.Smoke's FTM Home Page,ţ http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/m/o/Michael-A-Smoke/index.html, viewed 042701, 1-206-362-0504, 1-425-486-6056, 13520 Linden Avenue N Apt. # 534  Seattle, WA 98133, Inconsistent but sometimes well sourced. Very well researched., 1764.
72. ýHistory of the John George Rudy Family,ţ Rylen Martin Rudy, Extract by Email from Margarette Stanfield, Electronic, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701.
3rd Great Grandaughter of Elizabeth Rudy & James Montgomery Edwards.
73. (this from on line source rootsweb URLhttp://genconnect.rootsweb.com/genbbs.cgi/surnames/h/o/HOKE/queries/8)
74. (From Jack Hoke and posted on GenForum Hoke site) See Genforum.com. HOKE family Forum.
74. XIII. Neal ? Shake ? Blevins ? Shrader ?Hoke   Webpages, part of Donn C. Neal's "my family through history" webpages. From  http://www.user.shentel.net/neals/n-s-b.html#jj: