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1 Johannes žJohnÓ QUICKEL1b, 1,2,3,4,
Birth9 Jun 1762 Lancaster County, Penna 5,6, 7 , 1b
Bapt: Strayer's (Salem) Lutheran Church,  Lancastar Co.Pa: "Johanes Qwickel of Michael and 
Barbara Qwickel born June 9 1762, Baptized." 1b
FatherMichael [Johann /John Michael]  QUICKEL (1721-1787)1 , 1b
Mother: Barbara [Maria Barbara]  [Widow BAUER / BOHNER]  (-1802) 2, 1b
Death: 13 Feb 1831, (East) Manchester Twp, York, Pa5,6,8
Resided Mancester Township , York County. See map of York Co
Burial:Quickel's Church, York County, PA. [see Tombstone carved by son] 
Spouse: Elizabeth Brenneman (1763-1830) 
Children of Elizabeth Brenneman and John Quickel 
Alias: Johanes Qwickel  in his baptism record// John in fatherŪs will.// Quickel on his home tableture [see photo right] /Johannes Quickel on his tombstone . General Surname Quickel is sometimes
Quickle in the records of QuickelsŪ church. Other descendants have the name Quiggle. 
Revolutionary Notation: Too Young to Serve with his father Michael when the war began, John
never the less marched with him towards Philadelphia. 
ž In August of 1776, Michael (johnŪs father) led a group of volunteer farmers turned infantry into Philadelphia.› 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 relativeŪs house in Lancaster while the men continued onward. .....Both of these documents are found at the Historical Society of York.› Though crudely done, merely photocopied notes, both contained small tales passed along of Michael QuickelŪs volunteer march which places John Quickel at the scene for at least part of the march to Philadelphia. ž1a
Occupation:  Farmer, Stonecutter. 1808: John named Justice of the Peace, Manchester tsp, York County. Held position 12 years.   John Quickel is usually found as žEsquireÓ in the tax records due to his 12 year career as a Justice of the Peace. ›1a  See transcripts of his notebook from his tenure as JP
    Re John Quickel's York County Artistic Legacy as StoneCarver
    Johannes Quickel moonlighted as a stonecarver; His work is both beautiful , utilizing a style specific to this artist, and  provides  lovely examples of Fractur lettering and Pennsylvania Dutch folk art motifs  evident in several York County cemeteries [& providing the background for this page'.  I am indebted to the work of Barry Rauhauser for his study of  John Quickel' s stonework and this artist's life circumstance and have presented Mr Rauhauser's research in LINK.  Mr Rauhauser is now employed as Stauffer Curator of the Lancaster County 
    Historical Society. 
Bio and notations on John Quickel from Barry Rauhauser. žThe Individual Behind the ArtÓ. 
Stonework done by John Quickel  placed above 
the home he built & shared with his wife
Date: 1824. Text is in both English & German . 
Photo courtesy Barry Rauhauser. 
See Larger Image in 
The Quickel Stonework of York County 
a discussion of this Stoneworker's legacy, 
by Barry Rauhaser

 
 
Johannes' Gravestone, 
Quickel's Church, 
Carved by son George. 
Johannes had carved 
his own father 
Michael's gravestone

 
 

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See the Quickel Stonecarvers of York County,
dedicated page
Spouse of John Quickel: Elizabeth  [Elisabetha] BRENNEMAN 
  • [Link to Dedicated Page with sources for following]
Birth: 12 Jun 1763, žof Conestoga, Lancaster, PaÓ
Death: May 1830, York County, Penna of Hemmorhage After Carrying A Bucket Of Water
Burial: Quickel's Church. Gravestone at right. 
Father: Christian BRENNEMAN (1735-1771)
Mother: Anna HERR (~1746-)
Marr: 1783, Lancaster, Penna15
Children of John Quickel and Elizabeth Brenneman, his wife: [See Link for info on all children, spouses and their own children] 
    • John (Died as Infant) (1783-1784)
    • John Henry žJohnÓ [Johannes] (1785-1855)
    • Elizabeth (1787-1890)
    • Susanna (1790-1873)
    • Anna Barbara žAnneÓ žBarbaraÓ (1792-1876)
    • Michael (1794-1846)
    • Jacob (1797-1811)
    • George [Georg] (1799-1845)
    • Christian (twin) (Twin) (1802-1882)
    • Anna (twin) žAnnieÓ (Twin)(1802-1882) [Direct toWriter] 
    • Catharine (1805-1848)
    • Henry (1807-1897)
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Bio and Notations:
1A.The Following is from Barry Rauhauser. žThe Individual Behind the ArtÓ. ›
Source cites much of the historical content of the Family to Quickel, David.› The Quickel History.› York:› York Historical Society, 1961.› Except where noted much  of the information regarding the history of the Quickel comes from this source in the text provided.

See Accompanying Page; The Quickel Stoneworkers, also with text and images from Barry Rauhauser, Presently Stauffer Curator of the Lancaster County Historical Society

John Quickel was
žborn in 1762 and baptized at StrayerŪs Church on› July 27, 1763.› Michael Quickel willed to his son the 200 acres of land which he owned, (the son)  John did not accept the conditions of his fatherŪs will and purchased 75 acres to the east of his fatherŪs land in 1787....adjacent to his fatherŪs farm and the church.... (At the age of 14 and) in 1776 he marched part of the way with his father with farmerŪs turned infantry.  ž In August of 1776, Michael (johnŪs father) led a group of volunteer farmers turned infantry into Philadelphia.› 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 relativeŪs house in Lancaster while the men continued onward. .....Both of these documents are found at the Historical Society of York.› Though crudely done, merely photocopied notes, both contained small tales passed along of Michael QuickelŪs volunteer march which places John Quickel at the scene for at least part of the march to Philadelphia. žIn 1808 John Quickel is commissioned as Justice of the Peace for Manchester Township....John Quickel never appears in any of the tax records as a stonecutter, or weaver, or mason, or anything that one would normally connect with gravestone carving.› John Quickel is usually found as žEsquireÓ in the tax records due to his 12 year career as a Justice of the Peace.› However, John Quickel leaves behind some record suggesting that he was a stone carver. ... Being a Justice of the Peace, along with many positions of life at the time (like gravestone carving) were often side-jobs at best.› Many early immigrants were occupying several stations in life at one time.› In JohnŪs case it is difficult to determine which he considered to be his main occupation, though the census records of the day show him as esquire, not as farmer or stone cutter. The notebook which John Quickel used at the time is the same notebook his father used to record the names and allowances of his fellow volunteers in his march of 1776 and still exists at the Historical Society of York.› It reveals the day to day workings of John from 1810 until the book is filled in 1814.› With the exception of the parts written by his father, it is entirely in cursive English.(3) .... Though much of the cases recorded by John are hum-drum, day-to-day squabbles over debts and labor disputes, there are the occasional cases which sound more like a television sit-com:
Before me the subscriber one of the justices of the peace in and for the› county of York, personally came Benjamin Edward of the township of Manchester› in the said county, who upon his solemn affirmation according to Law, said, that› on this day being the eleventh Day of March at Mr. John Shiers Innkeeper in› Manchester township foresaid, Thomas Bond of the same township, made an› assauld up on this affirmant and then and there did violently beat and abuse him› upon the head with an Iron handle of a stofe scraper until the blood ran from his› head and demnd his black soul and that he would shood him.

"This appears to be nothing more than the 1811 version of a bar fight.› The day itself must have been a pretty violent one, however, as Christina Borke of Newberry would report to John Quickel, Esq. three days later, on March 14th that:
Catharina King and husband George did follow this affirmant to the› schoolhouse, and then and there did violently scold and abuse her, and calt her› all the bad names and bat words that could be mentioned and lifted up his fist and› that she is afeard of her live.
 In fact, life as a Justice of the Peace was all but hum-drum.› There are a few other cases over the four years, reported directly to John Quickel, Esq., of various žviolentÓ things occurring žthen and thereÓ which usually consisted of somebody hitting somebody else over the head with something.› With all of this head hitting going on, the association of Justice of the Peace and gravestone carver may have been a frugal agreement.
In a labor dispute dated May 30, 1810, the notebook also gives us an idea of how sandstone was gathered and quarried in the earliest days of settlement:
Mr. Bond hath hiert there wagon and fore horses for four dollars per day› and the said the wold hall as big a lods as Smeiser had that time when the came› there for do make the bargin, and one of them was to stay in the woods and biig› ang gether and quarry stones and help to lod the wagon and he was to have three› quarter dollars per day for doing that and Mr. Bond and the agreed the should› come on Monday morning...

›Though it is difficult to tell by the awkward language and the phonetic spellings, the basics are clear: sandstone was probably žgatheredÓ just as much as it was quarried at this early time in the new settlement, and was as much of an attempt at clearing the land as much as it was a desire to earn a profit from the stone.› Certainly this changes over time and quarries, particularly on your own farmland, were established.
This passage from 1810, when compared to passages from later dates, also illustrates clearly John QuickelŪs increasing grasp of the English language.› Slowly, over the three years John keeps records in the notebook, his grammar and spelling improve.
What this notebook doesnŪt tell us, unfortunately, is anything about John Quickel, the German stone-cutter.› As per the government, which ordered all legal documents to be in English, JohnŪs first language is only revealed by the phonetic spellings which occur in the earliest years of his work as a Justice.› It does not offer us, nor have I found anywhere, a hint as to how John Quickel received an education or his affection for the law.› Nor does it contain any mention of anything at all personal to John, save for a small scrap of paper between the pages, a receipt from John Rutt which reads:
›RecŪd, April 8th, 1825 from John Quickel gaurtian for Rebecca Frey for› one table & two chairs the sum of one dollar eight one cent.
Though the notebook is filled by 1814, John Quickel continues his post at Justice of the Peace until 1820.› In 1824 he builds his first stone house on his lot of land.› This house, which still stands, nearly propped up by a major four-lane highway, is a two story sandstone house and sandstone and wood barn about 1/2 mile north-east of the church(Fig 5).› On the southern gable of the barn is a datestone which imitates his gravestones with a worn-down twelve point sun. On the western gable of this house is a another wonderful display of QuickelŪs carving ability.› Under two suns and a trio of tulips springing out of a vase appears the phrase, both in German and English, žBuilt by John Quickel and his wife Elizabeth - 1824.Ó (Fig. 6) ž

See Accompanying Page; The Quickel Stoneworkers, also with text and images from Barry Rauhauser, Presently Stauffer Curator of the Lancaster County Historical Society


 
1.1 John QUICKEL16died an infant

Birth: 3 Sep 1783, [Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa]14,17
Death: 19 Jun 178418,19
 

Note on John Quickel:
There is a John Mentioned in his grandmother Barbara Snavely QuickelŪs will 11 Has to be the 2nd son John, as this one died an infant

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1.2 John Henry žjohnÓ [Johannes] QUICKEL1, 20

Birth: Oct 1785 [17 Oct 1785], [ Lancaster, Pennsylvania]21,22
Death: 185516
Bapt: Oct 1785, Quickel's Church, Conewago, York County, PA.26
Alias: Johannes in his baptismal entry26//Quickel, Johannes in his marriage record26,27John, son of John, in grandfather Michael Quickel's Will1.
Spouse: Anna Mary (Anna Maria CAR) KOHR29,30 Marr: 31 May 1808, First Trinity Reformed, York, York County Penna27,15

Children:
John and his wife  had 7 children  as per both Barbara Buckman Christie at her online family tree....with birthdates, Unsourced, which I include below. 28 There is a John mentioned in his grandmother Barbara Snavely QuickelŪs will.11Laura Morrison likewise names these children in her webpages87 and states they were all born Dover Twp, York, Penna. Sources are apparant at Laura Morrison's pages, but the link does not work.

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1.3 Elizabeth QUICKEL26,4

Birth: Nov 1787 [12 Nov 1787], [Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa]31,32
Death: 6 Aug 189033,7
Bapt: Dec 1787, Quickel's Church, Conewago, York County, PA.26

Spouse: John KEUHN16,15

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1.4 Susanna QUICKEL26,34

Birth: 18 Jan 1790, [Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa]26,35,17
Death: 11 Nov 187316
Bapt: 1790 [14 Feb 1790], Quickel's Church, Conewago, York County, PA.36

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1.5 Anna Barbara žAnneÓ žBarbaraÓ QUICKEL26,16, 37,38

Birth: April 1792 [8 Apr 1792],  Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa39,40,41
Death: 18767
Bapt: May 1792 [May 28], In Conewago, York Co42,43
Alias: Quickel, Anna Barbara [the childŪs aunt, and her fatherŪs sister] was sponsor for her baptism 26
Unmarried Partner: Martin DUHLING7,44
Birth: England45
Marr: Not Married, he abandoned the mother and her child.
Notation: Because of her child,  Martin Luther Duhling,  born out of wedlock, Anna Barbara is said to have been disowned by her family. But this is not the case. Although not mentioned in her father's will, she and her son resided with her father until 1831.
ž› Around 1811, Ann Barbara, John QuickelŪs 6th child, born in 1792, had an affair with an English still operator named Martin Duhling.› After learning of Ann BarbaraŪs pregnancy, Martin conveniently left town for Ohio, leaving Ann Barbara with an illegitimate boy whom she named Martin Duhling, Jr.› This goes far beyond cultural tension, and no doubt would have influenced most German-American fatherŪs opinions of the non-German speaking males of America. ... If it (MartinŪs illegitimate birth)  affected John (MartinŪs grandfather Quickel) , he hardly let it show, unless it was the very cause of his increasingly elaborate tulip designs.› In the Quickel history, David Quickel reports that Ann Barbara was disowned by the family, and indeed her name does not appear in JohnŪs› will.› But she and Martin, Jr. lived with John until 1831, and of all of the grandchildren it is Martin, Jr. who walks in his grandfatherŪs footsteps in both longevity and assumption of numerous community-oriented roles.Martin Duhling, Jr., a Quickel at heart, teaches school for 32 terms, makes pottery for 20 years, is a Justice of the Peace for 42 years, a Postmaster for 6, and aids in forming the York County TeacherŪs Institute in 1854.› For an illegitimate grandson, he certainly wasnŪt an outlet for any tension that his situation may have created. ž10


Children:


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1.6 Michael QUICKEL26

Birth: Aug 1794, [Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa]26,17
Death: 28 Feb 184646,47
Occupation: Weaver; Moonlighted As Gravestone Carver Like His Father and brother George
Bapt: Sep 1794, Quickel's Church, Conewago, York County, PA.26

Sponsored his sisterŪs child in baptism as found in Baptismal Records of Chris Lutheran Church, York, Penna p. 312››› "William A.  6 Mar 1821 . son of Michael Benns and Anna.   sponser:› Michael Quickel" 48 (the brideŪs Brother-this man)

Spouse: Catherine KRONE16


Children: [all entry on children from unsourced Gedcom16 and NOT verified by me]


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1.7 Jacob QUICKEL26,49

Birth: Feb 1797 [7 Feb 1797], [Manchester Tsp, York county, Penna]50,51
Bapt: Mar 1797, Quickel's Church, Conewago, York County, PA.26
Died 1811
Buried Quickel's Church, where he is shown son of John and 14 years of age. See image to right by Barry Rauhauser. The boy's father is felt to be the carver of this beautiful grave.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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1.8 George [Georg] QUICKEL52



Birth: Jun 1799, [30 Jun 1799 Newberry Twp,York Co., PA]53
Bapt: Aug 1799 [11 Aug 1799 ], Quickel's Church, Conewago, York County, PA.26,55
Death: 9 Jul 1845,  Conewago Twp,York County, Pennsylvania54
Burial: Quickel's Cemetery, Conewago Twp.
Occupation: Lifelong Farmer. Also did Stonework as a sideline, and his Penna German Fraktur and Folk Art gravestones are fournd in York County.
GeorgeŪs father moonlighted as a Stonecutter. Many of the beautiful graves of QuickelŪs church and Strayer's inform of  the artistry and intent of their producers, the Quickel Stonecarvers.Barry Rauhauser informs, žmany of the stones still continue through the 1820Ūs just as they always had, at least until 1831 when John Quickel, Esq. passes away.› JohnŪs son, George, and another man, Henry Rodes, take up John QuickelŪs chisels for a time, carving similar but simpler designs while still using fraktur lettering.› The two menŪs stones are nearly indistinguishable from JohnŪs, save for the centering of the dates and the absence of the heart and tulip motif.› By the mid-1840Ūs (George dies in 1845), nearly all the elements of German design are gone from the stones, including the language, the fraktur and the folk-art motifs. ž10
"George QuickelŪs.... birth having occurred on the same farm in Pennsylvania where his son Jacob was born. George was a life-long farmer and the son of JOHN QUICKEL, who was born and lived all of his life in the same county in Pennsylvania. A lifelong farmer and the father of 8 children." 89

Spouse: Susan GOOD54,56

Marr: 18 Mar 183054,16

Children:

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1.9 Christian (twin) QUICKEL, Twin to Anna

Birth: 4 Dec 1802, Manchester Twp, York Penna58
Death: 24 Jan 1882/83, Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa15On line source states death date jan 24 1883 not 188228
Burial: QuickelŪs Church Cemetery,  Conewago Twp.7
Bapt: 27 Feb 1803, Conewago twp, York Co., Pennsylvania.59
 

There is a QUICKEL, CHRISTIAN in the 1850 Manchester Township, York County, Penna Fed Census

Spouse: Magdalena SHUYLER28, ,15


Children: [NOT verified by me and from and or sources 56 and or 58]


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1.10 Anna žAnnieÓ QUICKEL, Twin to Christian [See Dedicated Page for Complete Info and Sources for this Direct Ancestor] 

Birth: 5 Dec 1802, Manchester Twp, York Pa
Bapt: 27 Feb 1803,  Conewago twp, York Co., Pennsylvania.
Death: 20 May 1882, York Penna
Burial: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Old Section, York, York Co., Penna Spouse: Michael BENTZ [See Dedicated Page for Complete Info and Sources for this Direct Ancestor] Marr: 13 Apr 1818, [by Rev. Dr.Schmucker] [Christ Lutheran Church, York, York, Penna]
Resided:žThe Bentz's lived in York, at the second home west from Duke St. , on Market St.,. where the Yorktown Hotel now (1944) stands, where he died June 2,1856. She died May 20,1882, both were buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Old section."88 Children: [Info on all these Children, their spouses and their own children is available in Link]


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1.11 Catharine QUICKEL80,81,7

Birth: 24 Sep 1805, Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa7
Death: 15 Oct 18487
Bapt: 17 Nov 1805,  Christened In Conewago, York Co15
Spouse: Daniel HOOVER7 Children:


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1.12 Henry QUICKEL82

Birth: 25 Nov 1807,  York, Pa7.
Death: 25 Aug 18977.
Spouse: Magdalena STRICKLER7., 85


Children:

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Bio on Jacob Quickel  From "History of Hamilton County, Indiana" 1915, Prof. J. F. Haines, Bowman & Co., Indianapolis. pp 877-878. Obvious errors occur. Caveat Emptor,
ž...JACOB QUICKEL, a retired farmer of Jackson township, this county, was born in York county, Pennsylvania, in 1834, the son of George and Susan (Good) Quickel, his father's birth having occurred on the same farm in Pennsylvania. GEORGE QUICKEL was a life-long farmer and the son of JOHN QUICKEL, who was born and lived all of his life in the same county in Pennsylvania. The Quickel's are of Dutch ancestry and came to this country early in the eighteenth century and settled in Pennsylvania, being classed with that large number of substantial and worthy citizens known as the "Pennsylvania Dutch." GEORGE QUICKEL and wife were the parents of eight children, John, deceased; Elizabeth, living in Iowa; Jacob, a venerable pioneer of this county; Anna, deceased; Rudolph, deceased; Elias, deceased; Catherine, deceased, and Susan, who lives in Pennsylvania. The three brothers of JACOB QUICKEL were soldiers in the Union army during the Civil War.
JACOB QUICKEL attended school in a little log school house in Pennsylvania, but owing to the death of his father when he was only thirteen years of age his education was very limited. While still a mere boy, he began to "work out" by the month of his home county. When twenty-three years of age he came to Indiana and settled in Wayne county. While living there he was married in 1860 and lived there after his marriage for nine years. In 1869 he went to Henry county,adjoining Wayne county on the way west, where he lived until 1873, since which time he has lived in Hamilton on a farm one mile from Arcadia. He purchased this farm of eighty acres immediately upon coming to this county and has improved it by erecting buildings and constructing fencing, so that today the farm presents a very attractive appearance. He has always been engaged in general farming, but of recent years has paid particular attention to the raising of Jersey cattle, which he has found to be a very profitable investment.
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Tombstones John Quickel and wife Elizabeth Brenneman Quickel; Quickel's Church Cemetery.
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Sources for this Page [John Quickel, his wife and Children]
 

1, 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.
From Rootsweb York County Will Abstracts.
2, 20, 37. Barbara , wife of Michael Quickel,  her Will abstract:
QUICKEL, Barbara.  Dover Township.
August 5, 1795    June 29, 1802
Executor:  John Quickel.
Children:  Anna m. Conrad Fry, Henry, Barbara m. Philip Miller, John, and Balthasser.
Grandchildren:  John and Ann (children of John), and Barbara Miller (child of Barbara).
Rootsweb York County Will Abstracts.
3, 6. žOld Family Bible (Keller Family Bible),Ó Info provided to D M  Swope by Amy Swope Wing and  from source cited, "Mrs Keller of York, York County", Bible probably viewed by A S Wing ca. 1930s.
4, 14, 30.  Albert H. Gerberich, Brenneman History, The, Copyright 1938, reprinted 1988 By Selby Publ., Selby Publishing and Printing 3405 Zartman Rd, Kokomo, Indiana 46902, page 263. Cited by  Barbara Christie <barbgeni@ix.netcom.com> Via Her Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry, URL for Web pages below:,
5. Web Pages entitled Ancestors of Richard Alan Lebo, žThe BRENNEMAN Line,Ó citing  Mary Sue Branaman  SandiWon@aol.com     Brent Rhodes blrodes@shentel.net.
7, 15.  Laura Morrison, Sources apparant but link doesnŪt work, žQuickel Descendants, On 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,Ó
8. Ibid. east Manchester Twp.
10. Barry Rauhauser, žThe Individual Behind the Art,Ó ›This work cites as one source tome by  Quickel, David entitled› "The Quickel History."› York:› York Historical Society, 1961.› Except where noted many of the information regarding the history of the Quickel comes from this source.
11. žRootsweb-Quiggle-L Thread.Ó
12. Barbara Bucknam Christie [Barbgeni@ix.netcom.com] , Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry,Ó citing second source
13. [ [Elisabetha Quickel] mother to Anna Barbara.] from York County, Pennsylvania, 1765-1803: Quickel's (Zion) Lutheran and Reformed Church Records.  Lineages, Inc., comp. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000 library. Records transcribed from Family History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020346.žLocated in Conewago Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Quickel's Church, also called Zion's Church, was organized in the 1760s. Its records date from 1765. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records for the years 1765-1842 f rom German to English, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The records in this database span from 1755 to 1801 and include the names of more than 5,500 individuals.Ó

16, 19, 28, 33. unsourced at location. Entry found unsourced in Barbara Bucknam Christie [Barbgeni@ix.netcom.com] , Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry
17. [Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa]. Laura Morrison, Sources apparant but link doesnŪt work, žQuickel Descendants, On 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,Ó
18. Albert H. Gerberich, Brenneman History, The, Copyright 1938, reprinted 1988 By Selby Publ., Selby Publishing and Printin 3405 Zartman Rd, Kokomo, Indiana 46902, cited by source Barbara Christie <barbgeni@ix.netcom.com> Via Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry,Ó, URL for Web pages below:,  Source cited in motherŪs listing. [Direct URL to Page entry]
 

21. Oct 1785.  from York County, Pennsylvania, 1765-1803: Quickel's (Zion) Lutheran and Reformed Church Records.  Lineages, Inc., comp. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000 library. Records transcribed from Family History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020346.žLocated in Conewago Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Quickel's Church, also called Zion's Church, was organized in the 1760s. Its records date from 1765. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records for the years 1765-1842 f rom German to English, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The records in this database span from 1755 to 1801 and include the names of more than 5,500 individuals.Ó
22, 23. Albert H. Gerberich, Brenneman History, The, Copyright 1938, reprinted 1988 By Selby Publ., Selby Publishing and Printing 3405 Zartman Rd, Kokomo, Indiana 46902, cited by source Barbara Christie <barbgeni@ix.netcom.com> in Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry,Ó [Father is sourced with wife and kids to Gerberich source].
24. "christened 23 Oct 1785 in Conewago, York Co., Pennsylvania."  Found in webpages by Laura Morrison entitled žQuickel Descendants,Ó, [Sources apparant but link doesnŪt work],
25.  Lancaster, Pennsylvania. found in žOn line Web pages: my ancestors." by  Laura Morrison, Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines,Ó http://www.laura.morrison.net/laura.htm,  Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
26. Records York County, Pennsylvania, 1765-1803: Quickel's (Zion) Lutheran and Reformed Church.  Lineages, Inc., comp. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020346.žLocated in Conewago Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Quickel's Church, also called Zion's Church, was organized in the 1760s. Its records date from 1765. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records for the years 1765-1842 f rom German to English, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The records in this database span from 1755 to 1801 and include the names of more than 5,500 individuals.Ó
27. First Trinity Reformed Church, York County Penna. From York County, Pennsylvania Marriages, 1800-46: First Trinity Reformed Church. Lineages, Inc. comp.   [database  online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family History Library microfilm copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020356.
žLocated in the city of York in York County, Pennsylvania, Trinity Reformed Church, formerly called the First Reformed Church, was organized in the 1744 and began keeping records in 1745. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records from German to English in 1937, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The marriage records in this database span the years 1801-46 and include the
 names of more than 5,400 individuals.Ó

29. Anna Maria CAR. found in records First Trinity Reformed Church, York County Penna. From York County, Pennsylvania Marriages, 1800-46: First Trinity Reformed Church. Lineages, Inc. comp.   [database  online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family History Library microfilm copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020356.
žLocated in the city of York in York County, Pennsylvania, Trinity Reformed Church, formerly called the First Reformed Church, was organized in the 1744 and began keeping records in 1745. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records from German to English in 1937, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The marriage records in this database span the years 1801-46 and include the
 names of more than 5,400 individuals.Ó
30. Anna Mary (Anna Maria ). from Albert H. Gerberich, Brenneman History, The, Copyright 1938, reprinted 1988 By Selby Publ., Selby Publishing and Printing,  3405 Zartman Rd, Kokomo, Indiana 46902, cited by source Barbara Christie <barbgeni@ix.netcom.com> Via Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry,Ó,
31. Ibid. page 263-date.
32. Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa and date. From Laura Morrison, Sources apparant but link doesnŪt work, in her žQuickel Descendants,Ó ,

34. parentŪs family is sourced to Albert H. Gerberich, Brenneman History, The, Copyright 1938, reprinted 1988 By Selby Publ., Selby Publishing and Printin 3405 Zartman Rd, Kokomo, Indiana 46902, page 263.Cited by Barbara Bucknam Christie [Barbgeni@ix.netcom.com] , in Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry
35. Ibid. father is sourced page 263.
36. 14 Feb 1790. from webpages by Laura Morrison, žOn 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,Ó
38. Martin Luther DuhlingŪs bio in source following calls her Barbara Quickel.  From A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886.//Ancestry.com database žBordered 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 centuryÓ
39. April 1792 from Records York County, Pennsylvania, 1765-1803: Quickel's (Zion) Lutheran and Reformed Church.  Lineages, Inc., comp. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020346.žLocated in Conewago Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Quickel's Church, also called Zion's Church, was organized in the 1760s. Its records date from 1765. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records for the years 1765-1842 f rom German to English, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The records in this database span from 1755 to 1801 and include the names of more than 5,500 individuals.Ó
40. Son's bio in states she was Born in York County. Son's bio is from  A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886.//Ancestry.com database žBordered 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 centuryÓ
41. Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa and date. from webpages by Laura Morrison in which, Sources are apparant but link doesnŪt work, žQuickel Descendants,Ó http://www.laura.morrison.net/pafg12.htm#1536,  Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa and date.
42. Ibid. 28 May 1792 In Conewago, York Co.
43. May 1792. from Records York County, Pennsylvania, 1765-1803: Quickel's (Zion) Lutheran and Reformed Church.  Lineages, Inc., comp. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020346.žLocated in Conewago Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Quickel's Church, also called Zion's Church, was organized in the 1760s. Its records date from 1765. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records for the years 1765-1842 f rom German to English, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The records in this database span from 1755 to 1801 and include the names of more than 5,500 individuals.Ó
44. Son Martin Luther DuhlingŪs bio. in A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886.//Ancestry.com database žBordered 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 centuryÓ
45. Ibid. his sonŪs bio.
46. uncited source/parentŪs family is sited at source detail #47. From Webpages  by Barbara Bucknam Christie [Barbgeni@ix.netcom.com] , in Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry
47. Albert H. Gerberich, Brenneman History, The, Copyright 1938, reprinted 1988 By Selby Publ., Selby Publishing and Printing 3405 Zartman Rd, Kokomo, Indiana 46902, page 263. Cited by Barbara Bucknam Christie [Barbgeni@ix.netcom.com] , in Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry
48. žEvidences of the Bentz-Pentz Families in York County [PA] Before the Year 1850
49.  UNSOURCED entry From Webpages  by Barbara Bucknam Christie [Barbgeni@ix.netcom.com] , in Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry
50. feb 1797. from Records York County, Pennsylvania, 1765-1803: Quickel's (Zion) Lutheran and Reformed Church.  Lineages, Inc., comp. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020346.žLocated in Conewago Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Quickel's Church, also called Zion's Church, was organized in the 1760s. Its records date from 1765. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records for the years 1765-1842 f rom German to English, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The records in this database span from 1755 to 1801 and include the names of more than 5,500 individuals.Ó
51. 7 feb with date. from Laura Morrison, žOn line Web pages: my ancestorsÓ. Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines,
52. Georg. Found in Records York County, Pennsylvania, 1765-1803: Quickel's (Zion) Lutheran and Reformed Church.  Lineages, Inc., comp. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020346.žLocated in Conewago Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Quickel's Church, also called Zion's Church, was organized in the 1760s. Its records date from 1765. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records for the years 1765-1842 f rom German to English, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The records in this database span from 1755 to 1801 and include the names of more than 5,500 individuals.Ó
Ancestry.com database Georg.
53. [Manchester Twp, York Co, Pa] and date. from Laura Morrison, žOn line Web pages: my ancestorsÓ. Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines,
54. David Quickel, Quickel Family History, žRay Nagle (rnagle@abq.com) has the bookÓ,a/p Barbara Christie [in Her "Rootsweb World Connect Tree Entry,Ó] -his email is:, rnagle@abq.com.
55. Laura Morrison, Sources apparant but link doesnŪt work, žQuickel Descendants,Ó http://www.laura.morrison.net/pafg12.htm#1536, [11 Aug 1799 ].
56. UNSOURCED entry at Barbara Bucknam Christie,'s "Rootsweb World Connect Tree
57. Michael A. Smoke/Msmoke@msn.com   1-206-362-0504, žMichael A.Smoke's FTM Home Page,Ó 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 sourcing but sometimes well sourced. Very well researched.
58, 59.  Laura Morrison, žOn line Web pages: my ancestorsÓ. Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines,
60. 1809. UNSOURCED entry at Barbara Bucknam Christie,'s "Rootsweb World Connect Tree
61. 1 Nov 1809. from webpages by Laura Morrison, žOn line Web pages: my ancestorsÓ. Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines, Laura Morrison, Sources apparant but link doesnŪt work,
62. ž1850 federal census,Ó York Borough South Ward, Oct 1850, living with husband and in laws
63. 5 dec 1802. žOld Family Bible (Keller Family Bible),Ó Info provided to D M  Swope by Amy Swope Wing and  from source cited, "Mrs Keller of York, York County", Bible probably viewed by A S Wing ca. 1930s.
64. 4 dec 1802 Manchester Twp., York, PA.. UNSOURCEDentry at žTom & Donna's Home Page,Ó viewed 040101,
65. 1882.žOld Family Bible (Keller Family Bible),Ó Info provided to D M  Swope by Amy Swope Wing and  from source cited, "Mrs Keller of York, York County", Bible probably viewed by A S Wing ca. 1930s.
66.May 20,1882, York Penna..   from John Bentz Hamme study of The Bentz Family  Rec'd in Email correspondance from Jane [JaneŪs email oliver1250@hotmail.com] , researcher of Bentz line, relying on data from her grandmother and she basing research on John Bentz Hamme.  This work has been given its own pages in the Bentz Family Study encompassed by Within The Vines©and can be found at Link.This work bases research on notes by John Bentz Hamme in title, found in text under same[born 1862] where  it is said ž To him we are indebted for this long and interesting family history.Ó

67. Laura Morrison, žOn 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,Ó http://www.laura.morrison.net/laura.htm, 1882.
68. Prospect Hill Cemetery, York Co., Penna, old section.   from John Bentz Hamme study of The Bentz Family . See source 66 above.
69. Ibid. Prospect Hill Cemetery, York Co., Penna, old section.
70.  Census look up provided by ed Morrill at request.
.
71. Entry from žEvidences of the Bentz-Pentz Families in York County [PA] Before the Year 1850,Ó By The Historical Society of York County: Henry James Young, A.B., Researcher (1935)
April 1 1790  Birth Given In Baptismal Record In Quickel's Union, Conewago Twp   59. Michael Bense son of Peter & Anna Maria b Ap 1 1790, bp Je 7.  Quickel's Union, Conewago Twp. Tr. by G. R. Seiffert.
72. Ibid. 59. Michael Bense son of Peter & Anna Maria b Ap 1 1790, bp Je 7.  Quickel's Union, Conewago Twp. Tr. by G. R. Seiffert.
73. april 1790 York County Pa. from RecordsYork County, Pennsylvania, 1765-1803: Quickel's (Zion) Lutheran and Reformed Church.  Lineages, Inc., comp. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) #0020346.žLocated in Conewago Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Quickel's Church, also called Zion's Church, was organized in the 1760s. Its records date from 1765. The late William J. Hinke originally translated the records for the years 1765-1842 f rom German to English, and his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The records in this database span from 1755 to 1801 and include the names of more than 5,500 individuals.Ó

74. (June 2,1856) York in his home. from John Bentz Hamme study of The Bentz Family . See source 66 above.

75.BENTZ Related Sourced repository : births, marriages, deaths, baptisms, etc all sourced to location and minister etc,  Most entries are sourced, some not as clearly so, JAN. 2,1858  Prospect Hill Tombstone Inscriptions (names and dates):.
76.  ž13 Apr 1818Ó.žOld Family Bible (Keller Family Bible),Ó Info provided to D M  Swope by Amy Swope Wing and  from source cited, "Mrs Keller of York, York County", Bible probably viewed by A S Wing ca. 1930s.
77. žEvidences of the Bentz-Pentz Families in York County [PA] Before the Year 1850,Ó By The Historical Society of York County: Henry James Young, A.B., Researcher (1935) : 90. Ap 13 1818. Michael Benns m Anna Quickel.; Christ Lutheran, York. Translated by H. J. Young.
78.by Rev. Dr.Schmucker 14 Apr 1818. from John Bentz Hamme study of The Bentz Family . See source 66 above.

79. Appears in IGI Match for North America [A VERY IMPERFECT collection of research by persons giving info to this repository-Can NOT be considered sourced or primary]
Individual Record FamilySearchŰ International Genealogical Index v4.02
Michael BENNS
Sex:› M Marriage(s):
Spouse:› Anna QUICKEL
Marriage:› 13 Apr 1818
Christ Lutheran Church, York, York, Pennsylvania
Source Information:
Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
M506861 1735-1767 1320516 IT 1-4  Film 1002621  Film
M506861 1801-1807 1320516 IT 1-4  Film NONE

80. uncited by self, but parents are cited to  to Albert H. Gerberich, Brenneman History, The, Copyright 1938, reprinted 1988 By Selby Publ., Selby Publishing and Printing 3405 Zartman Rd, Kokomo, Indiana 46902, page 263. at at Barbara Bucknam Christie,'s "Rootsweb World Connect Tree

81. cited to  Albert H. Gerberich, Brenneman History, The, Copyright 1938, reprinted 1988 By Selby Publ., Selby Publishing and Printing 3405 Zartman Rd, Kokomo, Indiana 46902, page 263. Cited by Barbara Bucknam Christie,'s "Rootsweb World Connect Tree
 

82. David S Quickel Bio. in "A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania. n.p., 1886".//Ancestry.com database žBordered 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 centuryÓ
83. Ibid. HenryŪs own bio.
84. Ibid.
85. Ibid. David S Quickel Bio  žMagdelene StricklerÓ.

86. The Gazette: Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Popular / American Culture Association December 1999 / January 2000 and citing Barry Rauhauser, then undergraduate winner of MAPACA Conference's  "The Daniel Walden Student Paper Competition"  for his work:  "How the Craftsman Interprets Culture: The Pennsylvanian German Gravestones of Johannes Quickel"

87. Laura Morrison, žOn line Web pages: my ancestorsÓ. Appears to be sourced, but sources are not available on linking to them , large and comprehensive, frequently sited by others researching these lines so her information is frequently repeated in other trees.

88. John Bentz Hamme study of The Bentz Family  Rec'd in Email correspondance from Jane [JaneŪs email oliver1250@hotmail.com] , researcher of Bentz line, relying on data from her grandmother and she basing research on John Bentz Hamme.  This work has been given its own pages in the Bentz Family Study encompassed by Within The Vines©and can be found at Link. This work bases research on notes by John Bentz Hamme in title, found in text under same[born 1862] where  it is said ž To him we are indebted for this long and interesting family history.Ó

89.Jacob Quickel Bio in "History of Hamilton County, Indiana" 1915, Prof. J. F. Haines, Bowman & Co., Indianapolis. pp 877-878
 
 
 
 
 
 

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