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Our first American Quickel was Johann Michael Quickel, and he had amongst his siblings two brothers with whom he travelled to America.  As a result, it is not possible to present Michael Quickel in absence of his brothers, as they were obviously so involved with his emmigration and American experience with n progeny of the brothers being involved in our direct and or allied lines.
This page, under construction,  will detail the three brother QUICKELS birth family,
and will  include the progeny of:

Michael [Johann /John Michael] QUICKEL [1721-1787] married Two Times and
with his own dedidicated page herein viewable in link

Johann Philippus QUICKEL [1708-1757 in Manheim Twp, Lancaster, PA.] married
Anna Sabina BRITSCH [1708/9-1769]

Johann George [John George] QUICKEL [1716-1784 in  Dover Twp, York, Pa] married
Ursula [Maria Ursula] [Anna Maria Ursula] [Anna Ursula] MUELLER

Further Quickel European ascendancy pages are under way.
 
 
 
 

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1 Johann Christophel** QUICKEL1
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Birth: abt 1683, Nieder-Ranstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germ
Death: Feb 14, 1735/36
Father: Jost** QUICKEL (1641-1688)
Mother: Catherina** Wife Of Jost Quickel

Married Anna Barbara Ross in Brandau, Hessen Darmstadt in 1708. Three sons emmigrated together to Philadelphia in 1736 (Johann Philippus, Johann George, and Johann Michael) arriving  Oct 19,1736 (Ship Passenger List for Perth-Amboy, 19 October 1736, Geo Frazer, Master)
 
 
 
 

From Pennsylvania German Pioneers Volume 1:
[List 43 B] Palatines imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover. Qualified the 19th Day of October 1736.
İİAbrahamİBeerİ
İİPetterİQuattelbaumİ
İİJohannesİ(X)İFransİ
İİJohannİGeorgİWickleinİ
İİJohannİLudwigİSeibİ
İİLudwigİSteadlerİvonİStaetlerİ
İİJohannİPhilippusİQuickelİ
İİJohannesİ(O)İSegelİ
İİJohanİPeterİPritzİ
İİJohanİMichlİ(O)İQuickleİ
İİJacobİ(O)İKellerİ
İİFranciscusİJosephusİHornigİ
İİJohannİCasparİSchmidtİ
İİCasperİStruwelİ
İİCasperİLambertİ
İİGeorgeİ(O)İKegİ
İİPaulusİAndoniİ
İİFriedrichİBleibtreuİ
İİJohannesİGeierİ

"AtİtheİCourthouseİofİPhiladia,İOctoberİ19th,İ1736.İ
Thirty seven Foreigners, from the Palatinate, who, with their Families, making in all one hundred and ten persons, were imported here in the Brigantine John, of Perth Amboy, George Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, as by Clearance thence, were this day qualified as usual." From the Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records,
Vol. IV, p. 99f. This is the last entry in the minutes of the Provincial Council regarding immigrants.
[List 43 C] At the Courthouse of Philadia Octobr 19th 1736. Present Clement Plumstead, Esqr Mayor of the City of Philadia, Thomas Laurence, Esqr, Ralph Asheton, Esqr.
The Palatines whose Names are underwritten imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, did this day take & subscribe the Oaths to the Government.
İİAbrahamİBeerİ
İİPetterİQuattelbaumİ
İİJohanİ(X)İFrantzİ
İİJohannİGeorgİWickleinİ
İİJohannİLudwigİSeibİ
İİLudwigİSteadlerİvonİStea[tler]İ
İİJohanİPhilippusİQuickelİ
İİJohanesİ(O)İSegerİ
İİJohanİPeterİPritzİ
İİJohanİMichelİ(O)İQuickelİ
İİJacobİ(X)İKellerİ
İİFranciscusİJosephusİHornigİ
İİJohannİCasparİSchmidtİ
İİCasperİStruwelİ
İİCasperİLambertİ
İİGeorgeİ(O)İKeckİ
İİPaulusİAndoniİ
İİFriedrichİBleibtreuİ
İİJohannesİGeierİ
İİJohanİAdamİRauschİ
İİJohannİJostİMohrİ
İİJohanİGeorgİ(+)İQuickelİ
İİJohannesİSchlerİ
İİJohanİChristoffelİHeiningerİ
İİPeterİKohlİ
İİDanielİSchrothİ
İİJohanİHenrichİSchmidtİ
İİJacobİ(X)İBlygerİ
İİAbrahamİDumbaldİ
İİErnstİFriderichİDumbaldİ
İİPeterİHaasİ
İİJohannesİHerrİ
İİDieboltİVeitİ
İİDitrichİ(O)İSch?tzİ
İİNicklasİ(+)İStubeİ
İİPiterİ(O)İdeİWueİ
İİGodfridİEberhardİ2
İİJohanİAdamİRauschİ
İİJohannİJostİMohrİ
İİJohanİGeorgeİ(+)İQuickleİ
İİJohannesİSchlerİ
İİJohanİChristoffelİHeiningerİ
İİPeterİKohlİ
İİDanielİSchrothİ
İİJohanİHenrichİSchmidtİ
İİJacobİ(X)İPlygerİ
İİAberhamİDumbaldtİ
İİErnstİFridrichİDumbaldİ
İİPetterİHaasİ
İİJohannesİHerrİ
İİDieboltİVeitİ
İİDirkİ(O)İSchuttenİ
İİNicolasİ(+)İStopİ
İİPieterİ(O)İD'Veauİ
İİGodfridİEberhardİ2

Spouse: Anna Barbara** ROSS1
Father: Hans Goerg** ROSS
Mother: Elizabeth** HUBNER
Marr: 23 Oct 1708, Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany

Children: Michael [Johann /John Michael]** (1721-1787)
 Johann Philippus (1708-~1757)
 Johann George [John George]  (To Humrickhouse) (1716-1784)

1.1a Michael [Johann /John Michael]** QUICKEL*3,4
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Birth: 20 Jul 1721, Brandau, Hessen- Darmstadt, Germany
Death: 18 Dec 1787, Dover Township, York, Penna
Burial: Quickels Cem, Zion's View Church, Newberry Twp, York, PA5,6
Alias: John Michael Quickle in marriage record7

One of three brothers, (Johann Philippus, Johann George, and Johann Michael) who immigrated to America arriving in Philadelphia Penna Oct 19,1736 (Ship Passenger List for Perth-Amboy, 19 October 1736, Geo Frazer, Master)  The Quickel family in York County, descend from this Michael Quickel, the founder of Quickel's Church, in Conewago Township, about the middle of the eighteenth century.
Immigrated on  brigatine Perth-Amboy, Geo. Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam.
One source says he served as Captain in the Revolution but no sources are sited5
 

The three are found in the census index of 1736 in Philadelphia
Quickel, Joh. Michael
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736

                                     Quickel, Johan Georg
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736

                                     Quickel, Johan Philip
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736
from Colonial America, 1607-1789 Census Index  [ancestry.com] ìThe census index data contained in this data set was acquired from MicroQuix, Inc. and Camron, Inc. It consists    of data compiled by AISI, Inc. Genealogy.com, as a publisher, is not responsible for the original mistakes contained in AISI data, although (as noted above) many of these have been corrected.î
Also in above is
Quickelin, Maria
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1732

                                     Quickell, Georg
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1732
 

Quickee, Barbara Bauer     Date:  Jun 2, 1761        Event:  Marriage       Record ID:  307848      Relation:  Bride        Location:  Lancaster Co., PA     x Church:  First Reformed Congregation at Lancaster, PA      Remark:  Michael Quickel, widower, m. Barbara Bauer, widow.  ì 8

Will Abstract Michael Quickel:
QUICKEL, Michael.  Dover Township.
July 10, 1785    July 29, 1788
Executors:  Henry Mathias and John Kochenour.
Wife:  Barbara Quickel.
Children:  John, Michael, Barbara m. ----
Krider, Elizabeth m. Michael Kreider, Maria m. Conrad Ensminger,
Catharine m. Jacob Barr, Anna, and Baltzer.
Stepson and daughter:  Henry Bohmer, and Mary m. Philip Miller.9

His son became a stone carver, responsable for some of the most beautiful stones at Quickleís Church, and Michaelís own was designed and executed by his son. Barry Rauhauser, who has done extensive research on John Quickleís Carvings writes ì According to his probate records, it is John Quickel who carves the stoneó a tall, smooth-faced sandstone marker using capitol Roman letters and painted, six-pointed compass stars(Fig. 3).İ Though this stone is the only pre-1800 stone that can be attributed to John Quickel by probate record, there are several others in the yard which appear to be carved by the same hand.İ The next stone to be documented by probate shows up in 1803.î

ìMichael Quickel  came to America from Germany and landed in Philadelphia on July 25, 1736 (sic)İ Michael settled in the Conestoga Valley in Lancaster County, remained until 1763, at which time he purchased 200 acres of land in what is now Conewago Township, just east of Dover. In 1770, Michael Quickel gave more than 2 acres to the Lutheran and Reformed church which sat at the southwest corner of his original 200 acres.İ This church became known as Quickelís Church.İ A well-respected man in the community, Michael helped teach the local children at Quickelís Church.İ In 1776, as a Captain, Michael led a group of volunteer soldiers to Philadelphia. ì10(From Barry Rauhauserís discussion of his son Johannís stonecarving in publication noted on Johann Quickelís own entry). ì In August of 1776, Michael led a group of volunteer farmers turned infantry into Philadelphia.İ According to reports from members of the Baer and Becker families, John Quickel, 14 years old, traveled with his father and his group of fighters but stayed behind at a relativeís house in Lancaster while the men continued onward.(2)İİ Michael Quickel continued his support of America throughout his life when in 1781 his signature is found under an Oath of Misdemeanor when James Brittain was found guilty of speaking Traitorously, all of which rings familiar to the Committees of Observation and Inspection which would have been active at the time. ì10
 
 

"AtİtheİCourthouseİofİPhiladia,İOctoberİ19th,İ1736.İ
Thirty seven Foreigners, from the Palatinate, who, with their Families, making in all one hundred and ten persons, were imported here in the Brigantine John, of Perth Amboy, George Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, as by Clearance thence, were this day qualified as usual." From the Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records, Vol. IV, p. 99f. This is the last entry in the minutes of the Provincial Council regarding immigrants.
[List 43 C] At the Courthouse of Philadia Octobr 19th 1736. Present Clement Plumstead, Esqr Mayor of the City of Philadia, Thomas Laurence, Esqr, Ralph Asheton, Esqr.
The Palatines whose Names are underwritten imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, did this day take & subscribe the Oaths to the Government.
İİAbrahamİBeerİ
İİPetterİQuattelbaumİ
İİJohanİ(X)İFrantzİ
İİJohannİGeorgİWickleinİ
İİJohannİLudwigİSeibİ
İİLudwigİSteadlerİvonİStea[tler]İ
İİJohanİPhilippusİQuickelİ
İİJohanesİ(O)İSegerİ
İİJohanİPeterİPritzİ
İİJohanİMichelİ(O)İQuickelİ
İİJacobİ(X)İKellerİ
İİFranciscusİJosephusİHornigİ
İİJohannİCasparİSchmidtİ
İİCasperİStruwelİ
İİCasperİLambertİ
İİGeorgeİ(O)İKeckİ
İİPaulusİAndoniİ
İİFriedrichİBleibtreuİ
İİJohannesİGeierİ
İİJohanİAdamİRauschİ
İİJohannİJostİMohrİ
İİJohanİGeorgİ(+)İQuickelİ
İİJohannesİSchlerİ
İİJohanİChristoffelİHeiningerİ
İİPeterİKohlİ
İİDanielİSchrothİ
İİJohanİHenrichİSchmidtİ
İİJacobİ(X)İBlygerİ
İİAbrahamİDumbaldİ
İİErnstİFriderichİDumbaldİ
İİPeterİHaasİ
İİJohannesİHerrİ
İİDieboltİVeitİ
İİDitrichİ(O)İSch?tzİ
İİNicklasİ(+)İStubeİ
İİPiterİ(O)İdeİWueİ
İİGodfridİEberhardİ
 

ì notes on wills from  Dover Twp., York Co., PA for Michael and Barbara.  Michaels was proved July 29, 1788.  His wife is Barbara and his
children are John, Michael, Barbara m. ? Krider, Elizabeth m. Michael Krider, Maria m Conrad Ensminger, Catherine m. Jacob Barr, Anna, and Baltzer.  Also step son and daughter Henry Bohmer and Mary m. Phillip Miller.11
 

ìName: John Michael Hahn
  Parent: Michael Hahn
  Location: Conestoga
  Birth Date: 31 Jan 1741
  Baptism Date: 27 Mar 1741
  Sponsor: John Michael Quickelî 7
 
 

ìOn March 20, 1770 a deed was executed by Michael Quickel and his wife Barbara conveying two acres and forty seven perches for a consideration of forty shillings, to the elders and trustees of the Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church, which is the first religious organization founded within the present limits of Conewago Township.İ This church is known as Quickel's Church.İ Michael Quickel stipulated in the deed of conveyance that his wife Barbara should have a pew during her life in the new church, which was built of logs the same year.İ During the revolutionary war, Michael Quickel, served his new country as a captain. ì5

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Quiggle thread Rootweb: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/QUIGGLE/1999-10/0939155128
I have notes on wills from  Dover Twp., York Co., PA for Michael and
Barbara.  Michaels was proved July 29, 1788.  His wife is Barbara and his
children are John, Michael, Barbara m. ? Krider, Elizabeth m. Michael
Krider, Maria m Conrad Ensminger, Catherine m. Jacob Barr, Anna, and
Baltzer.  Also step son and daughter Henry Bohmer and Mary m. Phillip
Miller.

Barbara's will was proved June 29, 1802.  Also of Dover Twp., she lists the
following children:  Anna m. Conrad Fry, Henry, Barbara m. Phillip Miller,
John and Balthasser.  Grandchildren are John and Ann ( C'rn of John) and
Barbara Miller (C of Barbara).

Spouse: Barbara MUELLER12,1
Birth: abt 1724, In Germany13
Death: bef Jun 176114,1
Marr: 26 Jul 1741, Rev Stoever,  Conestoga Township, Lancaster, Pa.15,16

Children: Barbara (1742-1814)
 Elizabeth (1744-1824)
 Michael (1746-1818)
 Maria (Anna Maria) (1752-1813)
 Catharine (1755-1833)

Other spouses: Barbara **  [Widow Bohner] [Maria Barbara] SNAVELY

1.1b Michael [Johann /John Michael]** QUICKEL* (See above)
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Spouse: Barbara **  [Widow Bohner] [Maria Barbara] SNAVELY17,18,19
Death: 18 Apr 1802, Of Dover, York County, PA.20,21
Marr: 2 Jun 1761, Lancaster, Pa(In Church Records of First Reformed Congregation)22

Children: Johannes** ìJohnî (1762-1831)
 Balthasar ìBaltzerî (1765-1818)
 Anna [Anna Barbara] (1767-1822)

Other spouses: Barbara MUELLER

1.2 Johann Philippus QUICKEL1
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Birth: 14 Jul 1708, Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany
Death: abt Oct 1757, Manheim Twp, Lancaster, PA.1
Alias: Philip Quickel in Luth Church Records, if he, regarding assumed dtr Anna Maria [See her entry]23

Immigrated 19 Oct 1736 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with his two brothers. The source shows he was born just about the same time his parents married. (?)
The three are found in the census index of 1736 in Philadelphia
Quickel, Joh. Michael
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736

                                     Quickel, Johan Georg
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736

                                     Quickel, Johan Philip
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736
from Colonial America, 1607-1789 Census Index  [ancestry.com] ìThe census index data contained in this data set was acquired from MicroQuix, Inc. and Camron, Inc. It consists    of data compiled by AISI, Inc. Genealogy.com, as a publisher, is not responsible for the original mistakes contained in AISI data, although (as noted above) many of these have been corrected.î
Also in above is Quickelin, Maria
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1732

                                     Quickell, Georg
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                           Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1732
as assumed father: Records for year 1749, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lanc, Lanc Penna
ìAnna Maria Quickel, d Philipp and Anna Sabina; b. Dec 5î23
 

List of foreigners imported in the brigatine Perth-Amboy, Geo. Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam. Qualified Oct. 19, 1736.
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~GENHOME/imm13b.htm)
ANDONI, Paulus
BEER, Abraham
BLEIBTREU, Friederich
DEVEAU, Pierre
DUMBALDT, Abraham
DUMBALDT, Ernst Fried.
EBERHARD, Gottfried
FRANTZ, Johan
GEIER, Johannes
HAS, Peter
HELLER, Jacob
HERR, Johannes
HORNIG, Francis Joseph
IHRINGER, Joh. Christian
KECK, Georg
KOHL, Peter
LAMBERT, Caspar
MOHR, Johan Jost
PRIETZ, Johan Peter
QUASELBAUM, Peter
QUICKEL, Joh. Michael
QUICKEL, Johan Georg
QUICKEL, Johan Philip
RAUSCH, Johan Adam
SCHLER, Johannes
SCHMIDT, Joh. Caspar
SCHMIDT, Joh. Heinrich
SCHULTZ, Daniel
SCHUTTEN, Dirk
SEGEL, Johannes
SEIB, Johan Ludwig
STEIGER, Jacob
STOPP, Nicolas
STRUWEL, Caspar
VEIT, Deobald
WALLSTELLER, Ludwig
WICKLEIN, Joh. Georg
 
 

From Pennsylvania German Pioneers Volume 1:
[List 43 B] Palatines imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover. Qualified the 19th Day of October 1736.
İİAbrahamİBeerİ
İİPetterİQuattelbaumİ
İİJohannesİ(X)İFransİ
İİJohannİGeorgİWickleinİ
İİJohannİLudwigİSeibİ
İİLudwigİSteadlerİvonİStaetlerİ
İİJohannİPhilippusİQuickelİ
İİJohannesİ(O)İSegelİ
İİJohanİPeterİPritzİ
İİJohanİMichlİ(O)İQuickleİ
İİJacobİ(O)İKellerİ
İİFranciscusİJosephusİHornigİ
İİJohannİCasparİSchmidtİ
İİCasperİStruwelİ
İİCasperİLambertİ
İİGeorgeİ(O)İKegİ
İİPaulusİAndoniİ
İİFriedrichİBleibtreuİ
İİJohannesİGeierİ

"AtİtheİCourthouseİofİPhiladia,İOctoberİ19th,İ1736.İ
Thirty seven Foreigners, from the Palatinate, who, with their Families, making in all one hundred and ten persons, were imported here in the Brigantine John, of Perth Amboy, George Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, as by Clearance thence, were this day qualified as usual." From the Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records,
Vol. IV, p. 99f. This is the last entry in the minutes of the Provincial Council regarding immigrants.
[List 43 C] At the Courthouse of Philadia Octobr 19th 1736. Present Clement Plumstead, Esqr Mayor of the City of Philadia, Thomas Laurence, Esqr, Ralph Asheton, Esqr.
The Palatines whose Names are underwritten imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, did this day take & subscribe the Oaths to the Government.
İİAbrahamİBeerİ
İİPetterİQuattelbaumİ
İİJohanİ(X)İFrantzİ
İİJohannİGeorgİWickleinİ
İİJohannİLudwigİSeibİ
İİLudwigİSteadlerİvonİStea[tler]İ
İİJohanİPhilippusİQuickelİ
İİJohanesİ(O)İSegerİ
İİJohanİPeterİPritzİ
İİJohanİMichelİ(O)İQuickelİ
İİJacobİ(X)İKellerİ
İİFranciscusİJosephusİHornigİ
İİJohannİCasparİSchmidtİ
İİCasperİStruwelİ
İİCasperİLambertİ
İİGeorgeİ(O)İKeckİ
İİPaulusİAndoniİ
İİFriedrichİBleibtreuİ
İİJohannesİGeierİ
İİJohanİAdamİRauschİ
İİJohannİJostİMohrİ
İİJohanİGeorgİ(+)İQuickelİ
İİJohannesİSchlerİ
İİJohanİChristoffelİHeiningerİ
İİPeterİKohlİ
İİDanielİSchrothİ
İİJohanİHenrichİSchmidtİ
İİJacobİ(X)İBlygerİ
İİAbrahamİDumbaldİ
İİErnstİFriderichİDumbaldİ
İİPeterİHaasİ
İİJohannesİHerrİ
İİDieboltİVeitİ
İİDitrichİ(O)İSch?tzİ
İİNicklasİ(+)İStubeİ
İİPiterİ(O)İdeİWueİ
İİGodfridİEberhardİ2
İİJohanİAdamİRauschİ
İİJohannİJostİMohrİ
İİJohanİGeorgeİ(+)İQuickleİ
İİJohannesİSchlerİ
İİJohanİChristoffelİHeiningerİ
İİPeterİKohlİ
İİDanielİSchrothİ
İİJohanİHenrichİSchmidtİ
İİJacobİ(X)İPlygerİ
İİAberhamİDumbaldtİ
İİErnstİFridrichİDumbaldİ
İİPetterİHaasİ
İİJohannesİHerrİ
İİDieboltİVeitİ
İİDirkİ(O)İSchuttenİ
İİNicolasİ(+)İStopİ
İİPieterİ(O)İD'Veauİ
İİGodfridİEberhardİ2

Is this he? appears to be, but there may be more than one Philip Quickle in Manheim township
Quigle, Philip
Date:İİFeb 22, 1742 İİİİResidence:İİLancaster Co. İİİİ
Land Record ID:İİ40970 İİİİOccupation:İİCarpenter İİİİ
Description:İİGrantee İİİİBook-Page:İİB-162 İİİİ
Property:İİ200 acres in Manheim Township İİİİ
Remarks:İİDEED. İİ24İİ

Spouse: Anna Sabina BRITSCH1
Birth:  25 JAN 1708/09, Herchenrode, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany1
Death: 19 Mar 1765, Manheim Twp, Lancaster Co, Pennsylvania.1
Father: Johann BRITSCH
Mother: Anna BEILSTEIN
Marr: 23 Jun 1733, Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany1

Children: Maria Catharina ìCatharineî (1733-1796)
 Anna Maria (1749-)

1.3 Johann George [John George]  (To Humrickhouse) QUICKEL25,26,1
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Birth: 8 Apr 1716, Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany1
Death: 1 Feb 1784,  Dover Twp, York, Pennsylvania1
Alias: /John George Quickel in marriage record//QUICKEE in one transcription Stoeverís records [transcribed by source]/27,28

Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster , Lancaster Co., Pa, 1747 entry: ìdtr of Johann Georg and Anna Ursula b 19 Jun, bapt 17 septî23
 

The three are found in the census index of 1736 in Philadelphia
Quickel, Joh. Michael
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736

                                     Quickel, Johan Georg
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736

                                     Quickel, Johan Philip
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1736
from Colonial America, 1607-1789 Census Index  [ancestry.com] ìThe census index data contained in this data set was acquired from MicroQuix, Inc. and Camron, Inc. It consists    of data compiled by AISI, Inc. Genealogy.com, as a publisher, is not responsible for the original mistakes contained in AISI data, although (as noted above) many of these have been corrected.î
Also in above is Quickelin, Maria
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1732

                                     Quickell, Georg
                                            State:  PA
                                            County:  Philadelphia Co.
                                            Location:  Philadelphia
                                            Census/Enumeration year:  1732
 

Quickee, Ursula Mueller    Date:  Apr 23, 1739         Event:  Marriage       Record ID:  315800     Relation:  Bride       Location:  Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA      Church:  Records of Rev. Stoever
Quickee, John George    Date:  Apr 23, 1739          Event:  Marriage        Record ID:  315800   Relation:  Groom       Location:  Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA      Church:  Records of Rev. Stoever     8

Immigrated with two brothers 19 Oct 1736 arriving Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ship Passenger List for Perth-Amboy, 19 October 1736, Geo Frazer, Master
List of foreigners imported in the brigatine Perth-Amboy, Geo. Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam. Qualified Oct. 19, 1736:
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~GENHOME/imm13b.htm)
ANDONI, Paulus
BEER, Abraham
BLEIBTREU, Friederich
DEVEAU, Pierre
DUMBALDT, Abraham
DUMBALDT, Ernst Fried.
EBERHARD, Gottfried
FRANTZ, Johan
GEIER, Johannes
HAS, Peter
HELLER, Jacob
HERR, Johannes
HORNIG, Francis Joseph
IHRINGER, Joh. Christian
KECK, Georg
KOHL, Peter
LAMBERT, Caspar
MOHR, Johan Jost
PRIETZ, Johan Peter
QUASELBAUM, Peter
QUICKEL, Joh. Michael
QUICKEL, Johan Georg
QUICKEL, Johan Philip
RAUSCH, Johan Adam
SCHLER, Johannes
SCHMIDT, Joh. Caspar
SCHMIDT, Joh. Heinrich
SCHULTZ, Daniel
SCHUTTEN, Dirk
SEGEL, Johannes
SEIB, Johan Ludwig
STEIGER, Jacob
STOPP, Nicolas
STRUWEL, Caspar
VEIT, Deobald
WALLSTELLER, Ludwig
WICKLEIN, Joh. Georg
 
 

From Pennsylvania German Pioneers Volume 1:
[List 43 B] Palatines imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover. Qualified the 19th Day of October 1736.
İİAbrahamİBeerİ
İİPetterİQuattelbaumİ
İİJohannesİ(X)İFransİ
İİJohannİGeorgİWickleinİ
İİJohannİLudwigİSeibİ
İİLudwigİSteadlerİvonİStaetlerİ
İİJohannİPhilippusİQuickelİ
İİJohannesİ(O)İSegelİ
İİJohanİPeterİPritzİ
İİJohanİMichlİ(O)İQuickleİ
İİJacobİ(O)İKellerİ
İİFranciscusİJosephusİHornigİ
İİJohannİCasparİSchmidtİ
İİCasperİStruwelİ
İİCasperİLambertİ
İİGeorgeİ(O)İKegİ
İİPaulusİAndoniİ
İİFriedrichİBleibtreuİ
İİJohannesİGeierİ

"AtİtheİCourthouseİofİPhiladia,İOctoberİ19th,İ1736.İ
Thirty seven Foreigners, from the Palatinate, who, with their Families, making in all one hundred and ten persons, were imported here in the Brigantine John, of Perth Amboy, George Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, as by Clearance thence, were this day qualified as usual." From the Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records,
Vol. IV, p. 99f. This is the last entry in the minutes of the Provincial Council regarding immigrants.
[List 43 C] At the Courthouse of Philadia Octobr 19th 1736. Present Clement Plumstead, Esqr Mayor of the City of Philadia, Thomas Laurence, Esqr, Ralph Asheton, Esqr.
The Palatines whose Names are underwritten imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, did this day take & subscribe the Oaths to the Government.
İİAbrahamİBeerİ
İİPetterİQuattelbaumİ
İİJohanİ(X)İFrantzİ
İİJohannİGeorgİWickleinİ
İİJohannİLudwigİSeibİ
İİLudwigİSteadlerİvonİStea[tler]İ
İİJohanİPhilippusİQuickelİ
İİJohanesİ(O)İSegerİ
İİJohanİPeterİPritzİ
İİJohanİMichelİ(O)İQuickelİ
İİJacobİ(X)İKellerİ
İİFranciscusİJosephusİHornigİ
İİJohannİCasparİSchmidtİ
İİCasperİStruwelİ
İİCasperİLambertİ
İİGeorgeİ(O)İKeckİ
İİPaulusİAndoniİ
İİFriedrichİBleibtreuİ
İİJohannesİGeierİ
İİJohanİAdamİRauschİ
İİJohannİJostİMohrİ
İİJohanİGeorgİ(+)İQuickelİ
İİJohannesİSchlerİ
İİJohanİChristoffelİHeiningerİ
İİPeterİKohlİ
İİDanielİSchrothİ
İİJohanİHenrichİSchmidtİ
İİJacobİ(X)İBlygerİ
İİAbrahamİDumbaldİ
İİErnstİFriderichİDumbaldİ
İİPeterİHaasİ
İİJohannesİHerrİ
İİDieboltİVeitİ
İİDitrichİ(O)İSch?tzİ
İİNicklasİ(+)İStubeİ
İİPiterİ(O)İdeİWueİ
İİGodfridİEberhardİ2
İİJohanİAdamİRauschİ
İİJohannİJostİMohrİ
İİJohanİGeorgeİ(+)İQuickleİ
İİJohannesİSchlerİ
İİJohanİChristoffelİHeiningerİ
İİPeterİKohlİ
İİDanielİSchrothİ
İİJohanİHenrichİSchmidtİ
İİJacobİ(X)İPlygerİ
İİAberhamİDumbaldtİ
İİErnstİFridrichİDumbaldİ
İİPetterİHaasİ
İİJohannesİHerrİ
İİDieboltİVeitİ
İİDirkİ(O)İSchuttenİ
İİNicolasİ(+)İStopİ
İİPieterİ(O)İD'Veauİ
İİGodfridİEberhardİ2
 

???Book Page: İ
  Surname: Eicholtz
  Given Name: Frederick
  Title: İ
  Description: Executor
  Residence: İ
  Date: İ İ İ
  Prove Date: 22 Feb 1784
  Remarks: Quickel, George. Executors: John Hameisse and Frederick Eicholtz.
  York County. German will.
Full Context of York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819 [ancestry.com]

Spouse: Ursula [Maria Ursula] [Anna Maria Ursula] [Anna Ursula] MUELLER29,30,31
Birth: Lancaster County, PA
Marr: 23 Apr 1739, by Rev Stoever  In Lancaster , Lancaster Co, PA [Trinity Lutheran Church]32,33,34

Children: John George (1740-)
 Eva Elisabetha (1747-)
 Maria BarbaraìBarbaraî [married Humrickhouse] (-<1831)
 ìAdamî Johann Adam (1750-)
 Dorothea [Maria Dorothy] (1759-1830)
 Anna Maria (1761-<1763)
 Anna Maria (1763-1763)
 
 

Sources

1. ìTom & Donna's Home Page,î viewed 040101, http://www.gendex.com/users/hoffmast/seelig/index.htm.
2. Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Pennsylvania German Pioneers Volume 1 (1727-1775 ): Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, 1939. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1966.
3. Will abstract, Michael Quickel
QUICKEL, Michael.  Dover Township.
July 10, 1785    July 29, 1788
Executors:  Henry Mathias and John Kochenour.
Wife:  Barbara Quickel.
Children:  John, Michael, Barbara m. ----
Krider, Elizabeth m. Michael Kreider, Maria m. Conrad Ensminger,
Catharine m. Jacob Barr, Anna, and Baltzer.
Stepson and daughter:  Henry Bohmer, and Mary m. Philip Miller.
URL
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/york/wills/willabstrp-s.txt self.
4. Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania Philadelphia: n.p., 1896, Largely kept by Rev John Casper Stoever
 

ìThis database is a collection of Lutheran Church baptism and marriage records from southeastern Pennsylvania between 1730 and 1779. The records were kept largely by Rev. John Casper Stoever.î
Ancestry.com data base URL http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4640 marriage record John Michael.
5. Laura Morrison, ìOn line Web pages: my ancestors. Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines,î http://www.laura.morrison.net/laura.htm.
6. ìTom & Donna's Home Page,î viewed 040101, http://www.gendex.com/users/hoffmast/seelig/index.htm, largely sourced to Laura above.
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ìThis database is a collection of Lutheran Church baptism and marriage records from southeastern Pennsylvania between 1730 and 1779. The records were kept largely by Rev. John Casper Stoever.î
Ancestry.com data base URL http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4640
8. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania 1729-1881 . Part of Genforum Library Paid Subscription.
9. Will abstract, Michael Quickel
QUICKEL, Michael.  Dover Township.
July 10, 1785    July 29, 1788
Executors:  Henry Mathias and John Kochenour.
Wife:  Barbara Quickel.
Children:  John, Michael, Barbara m. ----
Krider, Elizabeth m. Michael Kreider, Maria m. Conrad Ensminger,
Catharine m. Jacob Barr, Anna, and Baltzer.
Stepson and daughter:  Henry Bohmer, and Mary m. Philip Miller.
URL
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/york/wills/willabstrp-s.txt
10. Barry Rauhauser, ìThe Individual Behind the Art,î İ1 Quickel, David.İ The Quickel History.İ York:İ York Historical Society, 1961.İ Except where noted many of the information regarding the history of the Quickel comes from this source., http://members.nbci.com/BRRauhauser/sp99.htm.
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12. Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania Philadelphia: n.p., 1896, Largely kept by Rev John Casper Stoever
 

ìThis database is a collection of Lutheran Church baptism and marriage records from southeastern Pennsylvania between 1730 and 1779. The records were kept largely by Rev. John Casper Stoever.î
Ancestry.com data base URL http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4640 marriage record.
13. Laura Morrison, Sources apparant but link doesnít work, ìQuickel Descendants,î http://www.laura.morrison.net/pafg12.htm#1536.
14. ìThe Hoke Family,î sent to me 042701, Jack Hoke, cited by Jack Hoke in Gedcom download 042701.
15. Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania Philadelphia: n.p., 1896, Largely kept by Rev John Casper Stoever
 

ìThis database is a collection of Lutheran Church baptism and marriage records from southeastern Pennsylvania between 1730 and 1779. The records were kept largely by Rev. John Casper Stoever.î
Ancestry.com data base URL http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4640 26 Jul 1741 Conestoga, rev Casper Stoever.
16. Laura Morrison, ìOn line Web pages: my ancestors. Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines,î http://www.laura.morrison.net/laura.htm, Conestoga Township, Lancaster, Pa. 26 Jul 1741.
17. Will abstract, Michael Quickel
QUICKEL, Michael.  Dover Township.
July 10, 1785    July 29, 1788
Executors:  Henry Mathias and John Kochenour.
Wife:  Barbara Quickel.
Children:  John, Michael, Barbara m. ----
Krider, Elizabeth m. Michael Kreider, Maria m. Conrad Ensminger,
Catharine m. Jacob Barr, Anna, and Baltzer.
Stepson and daughter:  Henry Bohmer, and Mary m. Philip Miller.
URL
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/york/wills/willabstrp-s.txt wife, barbara, no surname.
18. ìTom & Donna's Home Page,î viewed 040101, http://www.gendex.com/users/hoffmast/seelig/index.htm, Barbara SNAVELY.
19. Laura Morrison, ìOn line Web pages: my ancestors. Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines,î http://www.laura.morrison.net/laura.htm, Barbara BOHNER or Barbara Bohner [Bauer] SNAVLE.
20. ìTom & Donna's Home Page,î viewed 040101, http://www.gendex.com/users/hoffmast/seelig/index.htm, York Co., Penna and 18 april 1802.
21. ìRootsweb-Quiggle-L Thread.î  Re will: ìALso Of Doverî http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/QUIGGLE/1999-10/0939155128.
22. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania 1729-1881 . Part of Genforum Library Paid Subscription. ìMichael Quickel, widower, m. Barbara Bauer, widowî.
23. Pennsylvania German Church Records I, Trinity Lutheran Church, Birth and Baptisms.
Available in Genforum Library Subscription. Citation from that source:
Pennsylvania German Church Records. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1983) Reproduced on Genealogy.com's Online Data Set #130 (Pennsylvania German Church
 Records, 1729-1870).
24. ìBucks and Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania, 1682-1825 Land Records,î Tome through  GenforumLibrary Subscription, Found under search of record.
25. Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania Philadelphia: n.p., 1896, Largely kept by Rev John Casper Stoever
 

ìThis database is a collection of Lutheran Church baptism and marriage records from southeastern Pennsylvania between 1730 and 1779. The records were kept largely by Rev. John Casper Stoever.î
Ancestry.com data base URL http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4640 john george in marriage record.
26.  Don Norman, ìTHE DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE QUICKEL,î http://www.rootsweb.com/~hcpd/norman/QUICKEL, view 042801, Bartram, D. Kent Jr., Quickle family group sheets, Bartram, D. Kent Jr., Whytsell family group sheets, 1850,1860, 1870 Braxton County Va (WV) census, Jackson, Harry A., Letter to Don Norman May 14 1994, Norman, Don, "The Descendants of John Heater", "the Descendants of Johann Paul Weitzelî.
27. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania 1729-1881 . Part of Genforum Library Paid Subscription. QUICKEE.
28. Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania Philadelphia: n.p., 1896, Largely kept by Rev John Casper Stoever
 

ìThis database is a collection of Lutheran Church baptism and marriage records from southeastern Pennsylvania between 1730 and 1779. The records were kept largely by Rev. John Casper Stoever.î
Ancestry.com data base URL http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4640 John George Quickel.
29. Ibid. Ursula.
30.  Don Norman, ìTHE DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE QUICKEL,î http://www.rootsweb.com/~hcpd/norman/QUICKEL, view 042801, Bartram, D. Kent Jr., Quickle family group sheets, Bartram, D. Kent Jr., Whytsell family group sheets, 1850,1860, 1870 Braxton County Va (WV) census, Jackson, Harry A., Letter to Don Norman May 14 1994, Norman, Don, "The Descendants of John Heater", "the Descendants of Johann Paul Weitzelî, [Anna Maria Ursula].
31. ìTom & Donna's Home Page,î viewed 040101, http://www.gendex.com/users/hoffmast/seelig/index.htm, [Anna Maria Ursula].
32. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania 1729-1881 . Part of Genforum Library Paid Subscription. Records of Rev Stoever, show marriage Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA    , between Quickee, John George and Quickee, Ursula Mueller.
33. Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania Philadelphia: n.p., 1896, Largely kept by Rev John Casper Stoever
 

ìThis database is a collection of Lutheran Church baptism and marriage records from southeastern Pennsylvania between 1730 and 1779. The records were kept largely by Rev. John Casper Stoever.î
Ancestry.com data base URL http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4640 23 Apr 1739 Lancaster.
34. ìTom & Donna's Home Page,î viewed 040101, http://www.gendex.com/users/hoffmast/seelig/index.htm, 23 Apr 1739 Trinity Lutheran Church.
 
 
 

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