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 2nd Generation in America SWOPE: Johannes SCHWAB

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Johannes married 1st Anna Dorothea LINE;  11 children of Union here detailed, including writer's direct line
Johannes married 2nd Catharina "Elisabeth" GROVE; To  Second Marriage Union and Progeny



1 Johannes(John)  SCHWAB 1,2

Father: Johann [Yost] Mother: [id'd by GE Swope in 1898 only as Anna Katharina Surname Unknown, She is identified in Morse and McLachlan's Swope Book of Remembrance [published 1972]  asAnna Katharina WOLFHARDT Birth: 26 May 1704 Leimen, Baden, Germany44
Death: 18 Dec 1780, Bird In Hand, Lancaster Co, PA (Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County )
Immigration to America: Probably with his father, ca 1720, but exact date and ship unknown and so no primary documentation exists.
Occupation: Farmer and Potter in Penna.6 Resided:  Arrived with his family as a teenager to the Conestoga Valley of now Lancaster County, Penna. At the time of his family's
immigration, it was part of Chester County and a wilderness. Lancaster County   was formed from Chester  on May 10, 1729, due to the influx of settlers into the back woods of Chester's region and Leacock was among its first townships. In 1898, G.E Swope informed  that
Johannes  emigrated from Germany 1720 with his father, mother and four siblings, settling in Upper Leacock, township, Lancaster Co.,
Pa.5 Morse and McLachlin inform the exact area (Identified as Mill Creek ) 3  was on land purchased from the Provincial Government and
state that this land was cleared, made tillable and divided into farms which he bequeathed to his sons at his death.  Johannes had 450
acres patented to him between 1733 and 1753 in  Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Penna. .7   In addition to farming he was also engaged in the pottery business.44, chapter 5  When he died, he willed 452 acres to his four sons: Jacob, Henry, Daniel, and Adam..7

       "The earliest record of the family in America that has been discovered appears on the Assessment Rolls of Conestoga Township,
       Chester County (now all that portion of Lancaster County west of Octorara Creek and north to the Conestoga Creek) for the years
       1724-1725. On this roll is the name of John Swoape." 44 p1292

       G E Swope: "Wherever we have found anyone who has had a knowledge of Yost Swope [ed note, Johannes father] , there we have
       also found the tradition that he ,took up' 1,000 acres of land in Leacock township, Lancaster county, PA. This we are unable to prove,
       as no deeds have been found. Our conclusion, based on all the information we could gather, is that he did take up the land intending
       to pay for it on time, as was often done by the early settlers, but died before he had paid for it, and his interest passed to his
       daughters and was lost sight of in the change of name. His son John had already been provided for with 630 acres."45, p 27

       Johannes is Found in 1771 tax lists for Penna, in Leacock County
              SWOBE, HENRY    103     LECCK   100  [acres]    1   [number of Horses]     0   [head of cattle]     0   [sheep]
              SWOBE, JACOB    104     LECCK   100 [acres]    2  [number of Horses]      2  [head of cattle]      0    [sheep]
              SWOBE, JNO       103     LECCK   200    [acres]   3  [number of Horses]      5   [head of cattle]     0   [sheep]46

Burial: Old homestead. Reinterred, Old Hellers (Salem) Church Reformed Church, Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County, PA
First Marriage:  Anna Dorothea LINE2,9,3

Marr of Johannes SCHWAB and Anna Dorothea LINE : 1725, Lancaster County, Penna

Children of Johannes SCHWAB and Anna Dorothea LINE:


Second Wife: Catharina "Elisabeth" GROVE (GROFF OR GREVE, GRAF, GRAEFF)9,3[Ascendancy Unknown]

Marr of Johannes SCHWAB and GROVE: 25 May 1742, Lancastar Co, Pa By Emanuel Carpenter, Justice Of The Peace .5,11

Children: of Johannes SWOPE & Eliz GROVE - [Link Provides access to each child's data, including spouse  & progeny when known]


Regarding Johannes SCHWAB's Ascendancy and his Father Yost

Much of the information in these paragraphs is regurgitated in greater depth at the links highlighted below. It is synopsized below these links  to allow ease of navigation of this page.

Two Sources have been used for Johannes SCHWAB's Ascendancy:

The first source utlized is the G.E. Swope book published in 1898 entitled "The Swope Family 1696-1896".  Gilbert, itŪs writer, was limited by the time frame in which he worked, often did not source his material, and seems largely to have relied upon the communication to him of Swope family members. In 1972, a mother daughter team (Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan) produced the Swope Family Book of Remembrance in 300 limited editions copies and thus presented the 2nd tome of study of this line.  This Morse/McLachlan team  relied in America on courthouse records and church entries, and in Germany, because a fire had destroyed records in the government buildings , they rely largely on church records.  Their work is diligent in the extreme, and endeavors to connect Yost Schwab, the headwater ancestor identified by Gilbert Swope as Žson of a burgomeisterŪ  to wife and parentage. There were many Yost Swopes in that area of Germany,and their task was not easy.  Through the records they determined that our Yost was  Yost ž Schwaben su Duhren bei SInscheimÓ , that his wife  Anna Katarina  Surname Unknown (identified by G.E. Swope) was in fact Anna Katarina Wolfhardt prior to marriage, and they  further determined a name for YostŪs  father (NOT a burgomeister, and they comment no record of a Swope burgomeister in Leimen is found). They mention that more than one Yost Swope from the area may have emmigrated with other members of his extended family but present this as a possibility they can not dispute or support.   To accomodate the marriage to Anna Katarina, now presumed Wolfhardt, Morse and McLachlan had to shift BACK Yost's  birth year to the 1650s from the later birth year on his gravestone, itself erected posthumously on the occasion of YostŪs reinternment in the 19th century, and presumably including dates as informed by then living descendants and/or as found in the family bible which just prior to publication of G.E. SwopeŪs book burned in the home of its owner, but which, prior to that unfortunate event, Gilbert made reference to in his book.  Morse and McLachlan also moved BACK his death year to accomodate the settling of the  estate of Yost Swope, handled by Johannes Swope in 1727, and, as per Morse and McLachlan, representing the true death date of Yost, and the Johannes his son herein detailed.   Gilbert also referred to  the birth records of 4 children other than Johannes which similarly burned in the fire.  Of these other four it was written žwe have birth records for them, but nothing more is known of themÓ. This comment did not exclude or comment upon the existence of other unknown children, but he states he believes these to be the children who accompanied Yost to America.
I assume the birth year for Yost  as presented by Gilbert Swope was obtained from the family bible, or , perhaps it is simply from the grave itself. As explained above,  the grave by that time was a 2nd grave, Yost having been reinterred in the later 19th century from his previous site in the orchard of the family homestead. The women writing the Remembrance book state the grave is incorrect.  There is no real problem with the birth date change in terms of our study, but  down,, deep in the ground, above the body to be moved  was found a slab that read "YS 1735" clearly stating his death year. This was discussed by G E Swope in his book, and is documented in newspaper accounts of the exciting event of his reinternment at the time of itŪs occurence. G E Swope leaves frustratingly little information on the contents of the now lost family bible, does not detail its contents, and refers to it only as an item he had apparantly utilized and/or knew through the holder the existence of. Despite my own stubborn refusal to accept all of this ascendancy without a little skeptisism, one thing remains clear. The Swopes accounted for in this part of the tree, and the collaterals involved are, if not direct, then likely relatives of ours through cousinship.

BECAUSE of my skeptisism as explained above  I have included two ascendancies for  Johannes:


G.E Swope informed in 1898 that Johannes  emigrated from Germany 1720 with his father, mother and four siblings, settling in Upper Leacock, township, Lancaster Co., Pa.5 Morse and McLachlin inform the exact area (Identified as Mill Creek ) 3 was on land purchased from the Provincial Government and inform  that this land was cleared, made tillable and divided into farms, which he bequeathed to his sons at his death.  In addition to farming he was also engaged in the pottery business.6
Morse and McLachlin further inform Johannes Schwab had 450 acres patented to him between 1733 and 1753. When he died, he willed 452 acres to his four sons: Jacob, Henry, Daniel, and Adam.7






 
 

Johannes SCHWAB's Baptismal Certificate:














Baptismal certificate translated from the German and as presented by Morse and McLachlan in The Swope Book of Remembrance:
 

žJohn Swope, son of Mr. Yost Swope, a citizen of the parish of Leimen, was baptized the 28th day of May, 1704.  The sponsors were John Kitznuller and Dornlicker Muller of the Dornmuller (district) near the town of Wisloch.  This is a correct copy from the church record of Leimen, near Heidelberg.
J.G. Kirckmayer,
Paster of Leimen
May 5, 1720Ó44



 
 
 
 
 
 
 



Johannes Schwab's American Residency and Occupation:

G.E Swope informed in 1898 that Johannes  emigrated from Germany 1720 with his father, mother and four siblings, settling in Upper Leacock, township, Lancaster Co., Pa.5 Morse and McLachlin inform the exact area (Identified as Mill Creek ) 3 was on land purchased from the Provincial Government. that This land was cleared, made tillable and divided into farms, which he bequeathed to his sons at his death.  In addition to farming he was also engaged in the pottery business.6 Morse and McLachlin further inform Johannes Schwab had 450 acres patented to him between 1733 and 1753. When he died, the Will of John SCHWAB   bequeathed 452 acres to his four sons: Jacob, Henry, Daniel, and Adam.7
 
 

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Notes for research regarding regarding possible Blood or Further Social Alliance of Johannes SWOPE with Hans Adam BENDER and Michael BEAR:


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Children of Johannes SCHWAB and Dorothea LEIN:

1.1 John (Johannes) SWOPE5,3,10



Birth: 27 Sep 1726, Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania3
Death: ›Mar 1755 [ Mormon IGI has him dying Lebanon,Lebanon Co.,Pennsylvania-appears. Orphans Court]11,12
Resided: Lancaster city, Lancaster County, Penna
Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE Marr: 14 Mar 1749, Rev. John Casper Stoever; Tulpehocken Twp, Lancaster Co.,  Penna15,16,17,18
Children: John Swope žMarried and lived in Lancaster city. At his death he left a widow and daughter five months old, who soon after died.  The widow afterwards married George Sprecher."8GE calls him John, but Remembrance gives him his proper german name.
žOrphans Court held at Lancaster the 1st day of July 1756.Before Robert Thompson, Adam Simon uhn and Edward Shippen, Esquires, Justices George Sprecker and Eva Margaret his Wife, late Eva Margaret Swobe, Widow and Administratrators of JOHN SWOBE, deceased, Produced an Account whereby there appears a Ballance to be destributed to the Widow Eva Margaret, and a daughter aged about Six Months who also dyed about five Months after the said John Swobe. Ordered that the half of said infants share be paid to the mother and the other half to George Michael Swobe, eldest Uncle and Legal Representative of Said Infant.Ó 13
 
Sources of information for this family group cited by3 for this family group  [3=The Swope Book of Remembrance]
1. Marr. rec. of Rev. Joh. Casper Stoever, *Notes & Queries*, 1896, by W.H. Egle.
2. Rec. of Hill Church, Quitapahila, Lebanon, PA, *Notes & Queries*, 1898, by W.H. Egle, p. 256.
3. Berks Co. Deed Bk. #6, p. 154,157,158.
4. Lancaster Co. Orphans Ct. Rec. 1754-1757, p. 60.


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1.2 George Michael SWOPE5,14



Birth: 10 Dec 1727, Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Death: 17 Mar 1758,  Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania15,5
Burial: 18 Mar 1758
George Michael SWOPE was Legal Representative of his deceased brother' John's daughter who died 6 months after her father:
žOrphans Court held at Lancaster the 1st day of July 1756.Before Robert Thompson, Adam Simon uhn and Edward Shippen, Esquires, Justices George Sprecker and Eva Margaret his Wife, late Eva Margaret Swobe, Widow & Administratrators of JOHN SWOBE, deceased, Produced an Account whereby there appears a Ballance to be destributed to the Widow Eva Margaret, & a daughter aged about Six Months who also dyed about five Months after the said John Swobe. Ordered that the half of said infants share be paid to the mother and the other half to George Michael Swobe, eldest Uncle & Legal Representative of Said Infant.Ó13
Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE
Alias: GEORGE MICHAEL SWOB in his own will .
His father's Will entry mentioning him
Spouse: Catharine ELISABETHA GUNTHER3 Marr: 16 Jul 1749, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania3
Children:
 
  •  According to George Michael Schwab's will, only two children survived him. Catharina and George. Daughter Catharina is mentioned in her grandfather SWOPE's will:  žAnd my Grand Daughter Catharina one Daughter of my Son George the Wife of Kasper Bolzer shall have Fifty Pounds out of my Estat for her Share and no more.Ó  See George Michael SwopeŪs father John SCHWAB's  will

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    1.3 Elizabeth SWOPE5,3



    Birth: 31 Jul 1729  5,3
    Death: 4 May 1762  14
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE
    Spouse: Henrich SCHNEBELE15
    Marr: May 1748›15

    According to G E Swope she died unmarried. According to the Book of Remembrance, she married Schnebele

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    1.4 Anna Barbara SWOPE5, 43



    Birth: 12 Mar 1731, on the homestead in Upper Leacock Twnshp, Lancaster Co., Pa
    Death: 23 Sep 1810, Lebanon Township (now Lebanon County)
    Burial: First Reformed Churchyard (United Church Of Christ)›Lebanon, Lebanon County, PA
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE
    Noteson Anna Barbara SWOPE
    Spouse: Philip GLONINGER5, 43 Children:


    Notes on Anna Barbara SWOPE
    She married the young man employed on the homestead by her father. They moved to Lebanon Township, now Lebanon County.  In early days their home was known as the Gloninger ŽfortŪ. During the Indian wars it was used as a place of refuge by the inhabitants of the surrounding country from the Indians. Philip and Anna  had žseveral daughters, of whom we have no recordÓ20

    žAnna Barbara Swope(3) John(2), Yost(l) the fourth child of John and Anna Dorothea (Line) Swope, was born in the homestead in Upper Leacock Township Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 12 March 1731. Her father had employed on the farm a young man named Philip Gloninger, who won the affections of the daughter, Anna Barbara. He being an industrious and capable man, met with favor in the eyes of the father and married the daughter. Philip Gloninger was born in the Palatinate, Germany, and was one of the sufferers from the desolation of that fair country. He came to America at about twenty-eight years of age. After the marriage of Philip and Anna Barbara, they moved to Lebanon Township (now Lebanon County) where they lived until death. The old Gloninger home is still standing on the Quitapahilla Creek. In early days it was known as the Gloninger "Fort." During the Indian Wars, it was used as a place of refuge by the inhabitants of the surrounding country against the Indians. "It is a good specimen of the solid architecture of the early days, with its piked roof and original port holes for windovs, and serves as an interesting landmark because here the first Gloninger lived from whom has descended locally quite an illustrious family. (From Ancient and Historic Landmarks in the Lebanon Valley) George, son of Philip and Anna Barbara Gloninger, seems to have been the oldest and remained on the old homestead as farmer. Philip died 11 December 1796 and Anna Barbara, 23 September 1810. They are both buried in the graveyard of the Reformed Church at Lebanon, Pennsylvania."5
     

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    1.5 Anna Maria SWOPE



    Birth: ›15 Mar 1734/3 Jan 1733, Upper Lancastar, Penna5,3
    Death: ›bef 177915
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE
    Spouse: John Peter SCHAUB/SCHAUP15 [Peter Shaup in his father in law John Swope's will  ]
    Marr: 19 Mar 1754
    Children of Anna Maria and John Peter SCHAUB/SCHAUP:


    žShe is known to have thad three sonsÓ19
    Her father John Swope's will mentions a son in law and grandson John SHAUP by name:
    ÓAnd my Grand Son John Shaup shall have and receive the Fifty Pound Bond witch his Father Peter Schaup give to me in his Life-Time and no more but if the said John Schaup should die without Heirs, Then in such Case his Executers or Administrators are to pay the said Bond of Fifty Pounds to my Executors without interest to be devided to and amongst my other Children and Grand Children in Manner aforesaid. ž

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    1.6 Anna Catharine SWOPE 5



    Birth: 15 Mar 1733
    Death: bef 1780, žlate wifeÓ of her husband's in her father John SWOPE's  will  [See excerpt below]
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE
    Spouse: Ludwig SCHOTT5
    Children of Anna Catharine and Ludwig Schott: žI also order that my Grand Daughter Juliana Schot shall have equal share whith my Grand Children of my Daughter Catherina late Wife of Ludwig Shot both whith the Hundred Pounds the received and wat is to come.And I also order and direct that my Grand Daughter Juliana shall have equal Share of my Estate whith my Grand Children of my Daughter Margrat, Wife of George Dial." From John SwopeŪs will

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    1.7 Johann Conrad (Conrad) SWOPE22,7,23,24[More info on this entry is available through Link provided]



    Birth: 24 May 1736, At The Old Homestead, UpperLeacock Twp,  Lancaster Co, PA5,3
    Death: 3 Aug 1799, Hanover, Penna
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE
    Spouse: Clara or Maria Clara (Shriver) žGloriaÓ  PROBABLY HOKE [probable but unproven dtr]27,28,29,30 Marr: Hanover, Penna

    Children: [detail on all children here is available through larger link to Johann Conrad (Conrad) SWOPE]


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    1.8 Margaret (Anna Margaret) SWOPE31,32



    Birth: 27 Mar 1738, Upper Lancastar, Penna5,3
    Death: 19 Feb 177515
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE
    Spouse: George DIEHL (DIAL)33,34
    Children:  žleft children at her death in Lancaster countyÓ19 Backto Children of John [Johannes] SCHWAB and Dorothea LINE



    1.9 Anna Dorothea SWOPE,3



    Birth: ›8 Apr 1735›/chr. 17 Apr 1735›, At Lutheran Ch New Holland, Penna. 15
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE

    G.E.did Not Include Her in his Swope Book of 1898

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    1.10 Child with no record SWOPE 5



    Birth: Birthdate unknown
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINEE

    G. E. Swope, in The Swope Family records this child as unknown.  žNo recordÓ 19  Perhaps it is the Dorothea born 1735 that is identified by Book of Remembrance that he did NOT identify.

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    1.11 Anna Dorothea SWOPE3



    Birth: 4 Jan 1740/January 4, 1739/40, January 4, 1739/40 in Upper Leacock, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania35,36
    Death: 10 May 1818, Williamsburg, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada37
    Burial: 12 May 1818, Williamsburg, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada38
    Father:  Johannes(John) SCHWAB
    Mother:  Anna Dorothea LINE

    Anna Dorothea SWOPE  must have met her future husband (The Rev) SCHWERDTFEGER when he was a pastor in York. Eventually, because of the hostile treatment he encountered for his loyalist activities, the family would remove from Albany to Canada, and her husband become a renown first Lutheran minister of what would become Ontario, and earn the name žthe Saint of the St Lawrence SeawayÓ.
    Parish records for her deceased husbandŪs church show her death entry: žSchwerdfeger, Ann Dorothea, widow of Rev'd. John Samuel Schwerdfeger, died 10 May 1818, buried 12 May 1818, aged 78 yrs.Ó39

    Spouse: Samuel [Johann Samuel] (The Rev) SCHWERDTFEGER14,37,40

    Marr: 1759,  Earlton (New Holland), Pennsylvania37

    Children:


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    Sources For this Page [2nd Generation America SWOPE; Johannes SCHWAB married  Anna Dorothea LINE [LEIN or LYNE] and their Eleven children of Union.] :

    1. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, p 68, pp 27 et seq and Baptismal Cert [sites birth record in hands of descendants at time of publication].
    2. žJohn LeinŪs will, see same under John LINE/Lein, his entryÓ
    3. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.II within page of pages from page 1299 to end
    4. Orphans Docket for children of Michael Bear, The Penn Geneological Society, Volume XXIV, Genealogical Gleanings from Orphans Court Records of Lancaster County, Page 22, Part of Genforum Library collection,  mentions John Swop as gaurdian.
    5. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, page 68.
    6. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.1, p 1292.
    7. Ibid. chapter 5.
    8. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, p 68, page 37.
    9. Ibid. page 27.
    10. Pennsylvania Geneological Magazine., from Genforum Library collection , URL below, Part of Volume XXIV, Genealogical Gleanings from Orphans Court Records of Lancaster County,Page 210. http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?IN=008912&PN=210&SEC=Volume%20XXIV&CD=213.
    11. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. p,  1397
    12. Marriage Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever  (all 1,429 marriages)
    http://www.chm.davidson.edu/pagenweb/records/StoeverMarriages.txt
    Included but not limited to entries
    1740 05 27   Rameler, Catarina (Tulpe.)                Maurer, John Philipp
    1755 02 13   Ramler, Anna Margaretha (Heidelberg)      Dieben, John (Hanover)
    1749 03 14   Ramler, Eva Margar (Tulpe.)               Schwab, Johannes
    1742 10 18   Ramler, Anna Maria (Tulpe.)               Umberger, Michael
    1746 07 06   Ramler, Jacob                             Franck, Eva Margaretha (Tulpe.)

    1743 04 05   Schwab, John Jost                         Bricker, Anna Marla (Earltown)
    1749 03 14   Schwab, Johannes                          Ramler, Eva Margar (Tulpe.)
    1755 05 28   Schwab, Eva Margaretha (Lebanon)          Sprecher, George (Lebanon)
    1776 10 13   Schwab, Margaretha (Lebanon)              Kachel, Jno. Cunradt (Lebanon)
    1739 10 16   Schwab,Anna Eva (Earltown)                Burkhardt, Paul Indicates he was dead By 1755 05 28 , the date of wfeŪs  remarriage to Sprecher.
    13. Pennsylvania Geneological Magazine., from Genforum Library collection , URL below, Part of Volume XXIV, Genealogical Gleanings from Orphans Court Records of Lancaster County, Page 210. [213]
    14. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.II , within page of pages from page 1299 to end
    15. Ibid. page 1360.
    16. Misc. Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever shows her twice and as Eva Margar, and as Eva Margar Ramler:
    Schwab, Eva Margar. Ramler  Date:  Mar 14, 1749  Event:  Marriage Record ID:  281130 Relation:  Bride Location:  Tulpehocken, Berks Co., PA Church:  Misc. Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever
    Schwab, Eva Margar. Date:››Mar 14, 1749 ›››› Event:››Marriage ››››Record ID:››278285 ››››Relation:››Bride ››››Location:››Tulpehocken, Berks Co., PA ››››Church:››Pastoral Records of John Casper Stoeve
    Schwab, Johannes Date:  Mar 14, 1749 Event:  Marriage Record ID:  278285 Relation:  Groom Location:  Tulpehocken, Berks Co., PA
    Church:  Pastoral Records of John Casper Stoever
    Tulpehocken, Berks Co., PA Mar 14, 1749 Misc. Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever.
    17. Marriage Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever  (all 1,429 marriages)
    http://www.chm.davidson.edu/pagenweb/records/StoeverMarriages.txt
    Included but not limited to entries
    1740 05 27   Rameler, Catarina (Tulpe.)                Maurer, John Philipp
    1755 02 13   Ramler, Anna Margaretha (Heidelberg)      Dieben, John (Hanover)
    1749 03 14   Ramler, Eva Margar (Tulpe.)               Schwab, Johannes
    1742 10 18   Ramler, Anna Maria (Tulpe.)               Umberger, Michael
    1746 07 06   Ramler, Jacob                             Franck, Eva Margaretha (Tulpe.)

    1743 04 05   Schwab, John Jost                         Bricker, Anna Marla (Earltown)
    1749 03 14   Schwab, Johannes                          Ramler, Eva Margar (Tulpe.)
    1755 05 28   Schwab, Eva Margaretha (Lebanon)          Sprecher, George (Lebanon)
    1776 10 13   Schwab, Margaretha (Lebanon)              Kachel, Jno. Cunradt (Lebanon)
    1739 10 16   Schwab,Anna Eva (Earltown)                Burkhardt, Paul 1749 03 14 Marriage Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever.
    18. žChurch Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania 1729-1881,Ó part of Genforum Library.
    19. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, p 68, page 38.
    20. Ibid. page 46.
    21. Ibid. page 45.
    22. Ibid. page 68.
    23. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,   Pennsylvania 1729-1881, From GenForum Library, appears as both Conrad Schwob and Conradt Schwobb.
    24. ž1750 Census as found in Swope Book of Remembrance, detailed there.Ó
    25. 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
    26. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,   Pennsylvania 1729-1881, From GenForum Library.
    27. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers, 68, page 68 ŽClara Shriver but states žthere is some question as to her nameŪ.
    28. Will Abstract Conrad Swope. [ Gloria Swoope, wife.]
    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
    29. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.II ,  chapter 5. Given only as Maria Clara, no surname, although supposition she is the Hoke here given is provided in that source mentioning no proof is known to exist.
    30. Church Records: Adams, Berks & Lancaster Counties,   Pennsylvania 1729-1881, From GenForum Library, Clara as mother, Maria Clara as sponsor.
    31. "margaret" from Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers
    32." anna Margaret." from  Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.1 in page of pages from page 1299 to end
    33. "Diehl" from Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers
    34. "Dial" in John LeinŪs will, [ see same under John LINE/Lein.]
    35. "January 4, 1739/40 in Upper Leacock, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania." from CyberNet Denis Family History, largely unsourced Online Tree minus reference to correspondants for relevant branches. Site  mounted by Denis Graham, Main Web Page at CyberNetDenis   FAMILY HISTORY HOME BASE. URL http://www.kcnet.com/~denis/index.html
    36. "4 Jan 1740  no place given." from Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. page 1397
    37. CyberNet Denis Family History, largely unsourced Online Tree minus reference to correspondants for relevant branches. Site  mounted by Denis Graham, Main Web Page at CyberNetDenis   FAMILY HISTORY HOME BASE.
    URL http://www.kcnet.com/~denis/index.html
    38. "THEY SPOKE GERMAN" in the Lunenburgh District of Upper Canada 1774-1800.
    Compilation of Reverend Johann Samuel Schwerdtfeger's Records has been done by JOHANNES HELMUT MERZ (John H. Merz), author of "He Was A Hessian" and "Register of German Military Men who Remained in Canada 1783.
    Details baptism, births, deaths in the parish founded by Samuel Schwerdfeger.
    Includes "FAMiLiES" Vol. 12 No. 2 « Spring 1973 Ontario Genealogical Society (Bio on the Rev Schwerdtfeger with no info on his wife)
     URL http://www.flora.org/nancy/sdg/schwerdtfeger/about.html
    This internet transcription of John Merz's document was done by the following volunteers who are members of the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry discussion list at the Rootsweb genealogy site:
    Kathy Staples
    Cheryl Grice
    Gord Adams
    Marlene O'Neil
    Eileen Walker
    Olga Lewis
    Trish Robertson
    Nancy Shaver http://www.flora.org/nancy/sdg/schwerdtfeger/salzburry.html.
    39. Ibid. from the website detailing her husbandŪs parishŪs baptisms, deaths, burials  URL http://www.flora.org/nancy/sdg/schwerdtfeger/salzburry.html.
    40. Ibid.
    41. Oct 1798  Williamsburg, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada. from
    CyberNet Denis Family History, largely unsourced Online Tree minus reference to correspondants for relevant branches. Site  mounted by Denis Graham, Main Web Page at CyberNetDenis   FAMILY HISTORY HOME BASE.
    URL http://www.kcnet.com/~denis/index.html
    42. "THEY SPOKE GERMAN" in the Lunenburgh District of Upper Canada 1774-1800.
    Compilation of Reverend Johann Samuel Schwerdtfeger's Records has been done by JOHANNES HELMUT MERZ (John H. Merz), author of "He Was A Hessian" and "Register of German Military Men who Remained in Canada 1783."
    Details baptism, births, deaths in the parish founded by Samuel Schwerdfeger.
    Includes "FAMiLiES" Vol. 12 No. 2 « Spring 1973 Ontario Genealogical Society (Bio on the Rev Schwerdtfeger with no info on his wife)
     URL http://www.flora.org/nancy/sdg/schwerdtfeger/about.html
    This internet transcription of John Merz's document was done by the following volunteers who are members of the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry discussion list at the Rootsweb genealogy site:
    Kathy Staples
    Cheryl Grice
    Gord Adams
    Marlene O'Neil
    Eileen Walker
    Olga Lewis
    Trish Robertson
    Nancy Shaver 1803.

    43. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Unknown publisher. 300 limited editions., - Vol.II .
    Sources of information for this family group cited by source:

    44. Emily Swope Morse and Winifred Morse McLachlan, "The Swope Family Book of Remembrance", pub.1972. 1397 pp.  Self Published.  300 limited editions., - Vol.II .

    45. Gilbert Ernest Swope, The Swope Family 1676-1896, T.B. & H.B Cochran, Publishers

    46.Found in 1771 tax lists for Penna, in Leacock , Lancaster Co., Pa.  The Penna Archives,  from the third series, Vol. 17. page two of online transcription.  From Web pages mounted by Helen S. Durbin & Susi C. Pentico entitled Our Family Histories on The Web.

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