THE DESCENDANTS OF GABRIEL AND ANNA MARGARETTA SCHULTZ OF THE PFALTZ, ALSACE, Germany

 

AND

 

JOHANN VALENTINE SCHULTZ, PASTOR AT SCHAINBACH, OBERANT GERABRONN,
IN THE MARGRAVATE OF ANNSPACH, GERMANY AND ANNA JULIANNA HIS WIFE.

 

 

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GABRIEL AND ANNA MARGARETTA SCHULTZ [1] OF THE PFALTZ, ALSACE, Germany

 

JOHN SCHULTZ (2) 3rd son of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta Schultz [1] according to the records of Kreutz Creek Church at the York County Historical Society, York, PA was born 6/10/1707 son of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta married Christina Horn 1728 in Genheim. He died 9/15/1758 and was buried in the Reformed Churchyard at Kreutz Creek. Christina Schultz was born 11/1/1705 and died 7/13/1758 and was buried 7/15/1758 in the Reformed Churchyard at Kreutz Creek. He was the builder of one of the tow first stone houses in Hellam Township. His house is still well preserved. He had 3 children:

 

JOHANN SCHULTZ, JR. (3) born 1738 married 6/20/1758 at Christ Lutheran Church, York, PA Catherine Holzbaum daughter of Conrad and Catherine Holtzbaum (Deeds C-233, D-409 and 2G-230). At first John Schultz kept a tavern in York, PA, he later moved to Baltimore, MD where he became President of the Baltimore Steamship Co. He fought in the Continental Army as a private in David Jamison’s Co., 8th Battalion, Lt. Colonel Henry Miller, Commanding, Penna. Volunteers 1776. (Penna. Arch., V-10 and Gibson’s History of York Co.).

 

John Shultz was Assistant Quarter-Master General of Baltimore 1812. He died in Baltimore 1820, and left 5 daughters, his 2 sons having died in infancy.

 

The will of John Shultz was probated in the Orphans Court of Baltimore, MD 5/9/1820 (B-11, P134). In it he mentions his daughter Elizabeth intermarried with Andrew Schreiver, Catherine intermarried with William Clemm, Christine intermarried with Joseph Krebs, Susannah intermarried with Jacob Kurtz and Anna Mary intermarried with Frederick Devilbiss. His executors his son-in-law Andrew Schreiber and William Clemm his grandson.

 

Additional data supplied by J.D. Klein:

 

Gabriel Schultz (1) and Anna Margaretta … PFALTZ, ALSACE, Germany

John Schultz, b. 1707 in Genheim (2) and Christiana Horn  m. 1728; emigrated to America

John (Johann) Schultz (3) and Catherine Holzbaum,                  m. 1758                 (30)

Elizabeth Schultz (4) and Andrew Schreiver (Shriver)                                  m. 1786 (28)

Andrew Keiser Shriver b. 1802 (5) and Catherine Wirt b. 1817 m. 1837 (51)

Henry Wirt Shriver b. 1837 (6) and Mary Weinbrenner                               m. 1866 (29)

Mary Winifred Shriver b. 1875 (7) and H.M.J Klein                     m. 1899 (33)

Philip Shriver Klein b. 1909 (8) and Dorothy Grace Orr                               m. 1946 (47)

John Douglass Klein b. 1948 (9) and Adrienne Gerson                                m. 1978 (32)

Eve Gerson Klein b. 1983 (10)

 

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THE DESCENDANTS OF GABRIEL AND ANNA MARGARETTA SCHULTZ OF THE PFALTZ, ALSACE, Germany

 

AND

JOHANN VALENTINE SCHULTZ, PASTOR AT SCHAINBACH, OBERANT GERABRONN, IN THE MARGRAVATE OF ANNSPACH, GERMANY AND ANNA JULIANNA HIS WIFE.

 

 

            Among the many emigrants from the Rhine Country in Germany to settle in the colonies across the sea in the early eighteenth century, were the five sons of Gabriel Schultz, Burgomeister of Genheim (family tradition), in the Pfaltz and his wife Anna Margaretta and the two sons of Johann Valentine Schultz, Pastor of Schainbach, Oberant Gerabronn, in the Margravate of Annspach and his wife Anna Julianna. The Rev. Valentine being a brother of Gabriel of Genheim.

 

            Ever since the year 700 there had been constant friction between the political subdivisions of France and Germany, due in a measure to rivalry and family quarrels between the heirs of Charlemagne. For centuries the Rhine Valley was laid waste by the armies of rival factions, so – many of its inhabitants were more than glad to avail themselves of the invitation of William Penn to settle in his great colony of Pennsylvania. These residents of the Rhineland were of mixed French and German blood and had various religious affiliations. There were many educated men among them as can be seen by their signatures in Pennsylvania Pioneers published by the German Society of Pennsylvania. In those times many kings could not write. They were deeply religious men also fine craftsmen with many skills.

 

            The compiler of this genealogy could have been greatly confused by the numerous names given of Heinrich, Johann, Valentine and Peter among the many descendants of Gabriel and Johann Valentine Schultz, however fortunately for her she lived for many years with her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Haces B. Kauffelt (Catherine Deborah Shultz, daughter of Peter Schultz of Bottstown) who was in the fourth generation from Valentine, son of Gabriel. Mrs. Kauffelt was familiar with her family background on both the paternal and maternal side. She was third from the youngest of the fourteen children of Peter Shultz. During her life time she was in constant contact with numerous relatives. She was a very handsome woman, possessed a fine mind and a very retentive memory.

 

During the York Sesquicentennial circa 1889 the compiler took Mrs. Kauffelt to review the parade from the home of Mrs. Peter Wiest, a maternal cousin. There happened to ve in the parade a replica of the Stone House built by John Shultz and his wife Christina, thus awakening many facts known to Mrs. Kauffelt, which with the assistance of Professor Prowell were instrumental in starting this genealogy and which has taken many years to complete. At this time there were living in York two cousins of Mrs. Kauffelt; Mary and Rebecca Shultz in the 400 block W. Market St. Mary and Rebecca were the daughters of Jacob Shultz and Sarah Smyser and granddaughters of Yost Shultz, oldest brother of Peter Shultz of Bottstown. There were also living at this time Martin and Nathaniel Weigle, descendants of Peter Schultz the Blacksmith of Hanover, through his daughter Catherine born 1743, who married the Martin Weigle of her day. A relationship, while distant was recognized in the family.

 

Of great assistance in establishing the descendants of the children of Peter Shultz of Bottstown was Dr. Peter David Shultz of New York City. Dr. Shultz was a nephew of Mrs. Kauffelt and a son of her brother Michael Shultz, who settled in Gentry County, Missouri. This compiler had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Shultz in New York City and receiving from him a typed record of the Western branch.

 

Heinrich Schultz the eldest of the five sons of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta was the first to leave the mother country and land in America. Many of the emigrants on the same boat were related to him by blood or marriage. For their settlement the men chose the Kreutz Creek Valley, west of the Susquehanna River, which the Penns considered part of their grant from the King of England, but at the same time was claimed by Lord Baltimore as part of the Province of Maryland. It was fine farm country, covered with timber and watered by many streams. Peter Schultz (The Blacksmith) son of Rev. Valentine and Anna Julianna Schultz took up 209 acres of land in Digges Choice, Heildelberg Township, from Sir John Digges of Conewago on 11/15/1749. (Deed E-61, CourtHouse, York, PA).

 

This genealogy of the Schultz family of York County, Pennsylvania is not a complete history of the family, but there is sufficient information for any members to identify their line. The one branch of the family that is almost complete is the one of which Mrs. Kauffelt is a member. “The Maryland Descendants of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta” was a recipient of one of the Parker Prizes in the genealogical contest for 1954 held by the Maryland Historical Society.

 

THE SONS OF REV. JOHANN VALENTINE SCHULTZ AND HIS WIFE ANNA JULIANNA.

 

JOHANN CHRISTIAN SCHULTZ (2) emigrated with his brother George Peter Schultz age 20 on the Loyal Judith in 1732. (Penna. Pioneers of the Pennsylvania German Society). He was born in 1702, the eldest son of Pastor Johann Valentine Schultz. He was one of the earliest clergymen to serve the Trappe congregation. He had charge of three congregations in Philadelphia, in New Hanover and Providence. He later returned to Germany. (Penna. German Society, Augustus Church).

 

GEORGE PETER SCHULTZ (2) born 1712, died 1756, settled at Conewago Heidelberg Township (Deeds E-61, 2J-91 and Orphans Court Docket A-70). He was a Warden of St. Matthew’s Church Lutheran Congregation and in 1750 was the Overseer of the Poor for the Township. He married Catherine, daughter of George Karl Barnitz, who after his death married Christian Millheim. Peter Schultz, the Blacksmith had 7 children as follows:

PETER SHULTZ, JR. (3) born 1741 married Catherine probably a daughter of Johann Adam Hubert. He died in 1815. (Admx. Ac. 6/10/1817.)

JOHN SHULTZ (4) married Elizabeth
WILLIAM SHULTZ (5) born 9/1/1803

JACOB SHULTZ (4) born 6/27/1781

PETER SHULTZ (4) died 1811 wife Elizabeth
CATHERINE SHULTZ (5) born 12/12/1800
ANNA MARIA SHULTZ (5) born 5/6/1795
JACOB SHULTZ (5) born 12/28/1796
WILLIAM SHULTZ (5) born 4/2/1805

MARGARET SHULTZ (4) married Daniel Dudin

CATHERINE SHULTZ (4) born 5/15/1766 married John Miller
JACOB MILLER (5)
GEORGE MILLER (5)

JULIANNA SHULTZ (4) married a Mr. Novosky

EVA SHULTZ

CATHERINE SHULTZ (3) born 7/29/1743, Godparents – Johann Adam Hubert and Maria Catherine Kuntz, married Martin Weigle

PETER WEIGLE (4) married Catherine Upp
SUSAN WEIGLE (5) married Jonas son of Sebastian Hoffeins

MARTIN WIEGLE (4) married Mary Schriver

MARTIN WIEGLE (5) married Charlotte Lightner

MARTIN WIEGLE (6) married Mary Fahs
NATHANIEL WEIGLE (6) born 4/12/1823 married 1st Catherine Gotwalt born 1847 died 1864, married 2nd Mrs. Mary J. Smyser daughter of Jacob Weiser

CHARLOTTE WEIGLE (7)
HENRIETTA WEIGLE (7)
ANNIE K. WEIGLE (7)

GEORGE WEIGLE (5) married 1857 Cassandra Wiegle

MARIA MARGARETTA SHULTZ (3) married Dietor Ruppert

FREDERICK SHULTZ (3) born 1747 married Anna Rinder Knecht, 2nd Margaretta Shultz left no heirs (Wills Q-286 8/2/1836)

MAGDALEN SHULTZ (3) married John Reisinger and left descendants who lived in Bottstown.

MARIA ELIZABETH SHULTZ (3) died 1764, never married (Admx. Bonds B-32 3/28/1764)

JOHN HENRY SHULTZ (3) married Catherine daughter of George Hubert (Orphans Court Docket F-361). He died in 1827.

HENRY SHULTZ (4) born 10/11/1778 wife Maria Magdalena died 1828 (Admx. Bond 2J-498)

DAVID SHULTZ (5) born 11/29/1791, a prominent lawyer of Hanover, his wife Elizabeth. He died 6/18/1845.

CATHERINE SHULTZ (5) born 6/16/1793

JACOB SHULTZ (4) born 5/2/1780

FREDERICK SHULTZ (4) born 5/22/1781

GEORGE SHULTZ (4) born 1783

PETER SHULTZ (4) born 1786

 

            Information on the Hanover, Pa. Branch of the family can be found in Evidences of the Schultz Family of York County Prior to the Year 1850 by Henry James Young at the YCHS, St. Matthews’s Church Records and Newspaper Files at the YCHS and the History of York County, PA by John Gibson.

 

THE DISCENDANTS OF GABRIEL AND ANNA MARGARETTA SHULTZ OF

PFALZ, ALSACE, GERMANY.

 

HEINRICH SCHULTZ (2) the oldest son of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta Schultz emigrated in the ship “Good Will”, David Crockett, Master. He landed in Philadelphia 9/27/1728. He was a single man and signed his name to the oath of Allegiance in German Script “Heinrich O. Schultz”. (Penna. German Pioneers, Vol-1, Penna. German Society.

 

            On 7/27/1738 Heinrich Schultz married Anna Maria Rothrock, daughter of Phillip Rothrock of the Pfaltz and Katharine Kuntz Rothrock of Rotenbach near Grandstadt in the Pfalz. (V-4, P-350 Genealogical Society of Penna.). According to Gibson’s History Heinrich Schultz in 1733 was one of the founders of the German Evangelical Church of York, PA. He died in York 1757 and his will was probated 5/9/1759, his executor Christian Croll (A-146, Admx. Bonds, Courthouse, York, PA). Heinrich Schultz left 3 sons (Wills B230, Courthouse, York, PA).

 

SAMUEL SCHULTZ (3) married 1st Anna Maria, 2nd Margaret. He died circa 1757, his will was probated 5/9/1757 (Wills B-239).

HEINRICH SCHULTZ (4) born 1759 died 1762

HENRY SCHULTZ (3) born 1739 married Anna Maria daughter of
Christian Croll.

SAMUEL SCHULTZ (4) born 1768 wife Susannah

POLLY SHULTZ (5) born 1809

HEINRICH SHULTZ (5) born 1810

SUSAN SHULTZ (5) born 1812

HEINRICH SHULTZ (4) born 1759 died 1816 wife Catherine

HENRY SHULTZ (5)

GEORGE SHULTZ (5)

MARGARET SHULTZ (5)

SAMUEL SHULTZ (5)

FREDERICA SHULTZ (3)

VALENTINE SHULTZ (3) born 1742 wife Louisa

JOHANN BALTHAZAR (3) born 1743

 

References: Church Records YCHS and Deeds, York Court House.

 

JACOB SCHULTZ (2) of “Crays Craig, Blacksmith, the youngest son of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta Schultz emigrated at the age of 16 years with his brothers, Hans Martin and Valentine in 1731. His 1st wife was Barbara by whom he had two children. She was the daughter of George Ament of Hellam Township. (Will of George Ament B-241). Jacob Schultz died 1794 will probated 6/6/1794 (J-64 and OCD G-138). He had married the 2nd time Eve ? . His children: (see p1 Kauffelt).

 

JACOB SCHULTZ JR. (3) born 1762

GERTRUDE SCHULTZ (3) born 9/3/1778 (Church Records YCHS)

GEORGE B. SCHULTZ (3) born 1774 of Mt. Pleasant, wife Mary

HENRY SCHULTZ (3) born 1781 died 1802 of Hellam, single

EVA SCHULTZ (3) born 1784 married John Kline

ADAM SCHULTZ (3) born 1787 of Codorus Township wife Elizabeth

SUSANNAH SCHULTZ (3) born 7/29/1791

ELIZABETH SCHULTZ (3) born 1793

JOHN SCHULTZ (3)

 

(See Genealogical Reports of Henry James Young)

 

HANS MARTIN SCHULTZ (2) second son of Gabriel Schultz according to the Mortuary Records of Christ Lutheran Church, of York PA was born in 1694 the Feast of St. Martin. His parents Gabriel and Anna Margaretta Schultz from the Friedelsheim District in the Pfalz/ he married 1st in 1721 barbara Bieberin and lived in marriage with her for three years. They had two children who died. In 1728 he remarried to Catherine daughter of John Adam Kraemer of Genheim. They came to Pennsylvania in 1731 and had 4 sons (two surviving) and 7 daughters (six surviving), also 7 living grandchildren. He died 11/5/1761 and was buried 11/7/1761 in the Reformed Churchyard on the Kreutz Creek, Hellam Township, York Co., PA.

 

THE DAUGHTERS OF JOHN ADAM AND ANNA MARIA SCHWARTZ KRAEMER OF GENHEIM, IN THE PFALZ.

 

CATHERINE who married Hans Martin Schultz

ANNA MARIA BARBARA who married 2/2/1694 Lorens Schmahl (2) son of Lorenz Schmahl (1) of Essenheim in the Dutchy of Hessen. Their son Lorenz Schmahl (3) 6/1/1708 married Eva daughter of Heinrich Uber 1/27/1728. He emigrated and arrived in Philadelphia 9/2/1743 and died in York 12/8/1749. Lorenz Schmahl (3) was the founder of the Small family of York, PA and Baltimore, MD). (Small Genealogy, Peabody Library, Baltimore, MD).

JULIANNA KRAEMER 6/13/1730 married Jacob Lanius born 5/12/1708 in Meckenheim on the Hart Pfalz. He died in Yorktown, PA 3/1/1778/ he emigrated with Hans Martin Schultz 9/11/1731/ (Genealogical Society of Penna. V-4, P-350).

 

Hans Martin Schultz arrived in America on the ship Pennsylvania Merchant, John Stedman, Master, he qualified and took the oath of allegiance 9/11/1731. On the ship with him was his wife Catherine, a sister Elizabeth (of which nothing more is known), tow brothers Valentine Schultz, 20 and Jacob Schultz, 16. The signature of Hans Martin Schultz on his papers was written in fine German script and can be seen in V-3 of the Penna. German Pioneers and the names of his family in V-1. Martin Schultz was an architect, builder and fine cabinet maker. He was a founder and builder of the old Kreutz Creek Church. He built for his family one of the two 1st stone houses in York Co. he was also a signer of the petition to Governor Ogle of Maryland in reference to the border troubles. (V-28, P-100 Archives of Maryland).

 

THE CHILDREN OF MARTIN AND CATHERINE SCHULTZ

(Deed 2-J-143 1789) and OCD B-94 & 96

 

HENRY SCHULTZ (3) born 1737 eldest son of Martin and Catherine married 1/3/1779 Maria Magdalena Detter according to the records of Christ Lutheran Church.

JOHN SHULTZ (4) born 1779 died 1864, married 2nd a cousin Elizabeth Dettor and moved to Greenwood, VA.

MARTIN SHULTZ (5) born 1830 died 1897 married 1865 Sarah Jane Rodes.
MARY ALICE SHULTZ (6) born 1868 married in 1902 John Benjamin Key born 1863 of Charlottesville, VA.

HAZEL KEY (7) 331 7&1/2 St.. Charlottesville, VA.

(Compendium of American Genealogy Vol. VII and Miss Key).

JOHN SCHULTZ (4) born 1781 (Johann Jacob)

HENRY SCHULTZ (4) born 1784 married 3/2/1809 Emily or Amelia Davis at Zion 1st Reformed Church, York, PA. He moved to Frederick, MD where he died.

EDWARD THOMAS SHULTZ (5) born 8/3/ 1827 in Frederick, MD, was a prominent member of the Masonic Order and wrote the history of Free Masonry in Maryland.

ELISABETH SCHULTZ (4) born 1785

GEORGE SHULTZ (4) born 1787

CATHERINE SHULTZ (4) born 1789

SUSANNAH SHULTZ (4) born 1793

MARTIN SHULTZ (4) born ? youngest child.

EVA SHULTZ (3) born 1783 married George Reitzel

ELIZABETH SHULTZ (3) born 1743 married Andrew Comfort

HENRY COMFORT (4) born 8/20/1767 (Church Records YCHS)

CATHERINE SHULTZ (3) born 1740 married Valentine Heiger

ANNA MARIA HEIGER (4)

ANNA MARIA SHULTZ (3) born 3/17/1744 married Peter Boyer

JULIANNA SHULTZ (3) married Andrew Shenneman

CHRISTINA SHULTZ (3) born 1745 married ? Meyer

JOHN SHULTZ (3) born 1743 of Hellam (Deed 2D-259, 7/3/1786) known as the Hatter of Yorktown, wife Margaret. He died Dec. 1804 (OCD J-89 & 94, Deeds 2C-36, 10/6/1777 also Deeds 2D 259-261).

JOHN SHULTZ (4) son of John and Margaret married Mary Shorb born 1797 daughter of Anthony Shorb. (OCD J-310 and J-336 York, PA). He died in 1829 in Manchester, MD. His will was probated 1/26/1829 in the Orphans Court of Baltimore, MD (Wills Q-229).

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN SHULTZ (4) AND MARY SHORB:

 

SAMUEL EDWARD, JAMES LEWIS, ANGELINA, AMOS HANSON, MARY ANN AND JOHN QUINCY ADAMS SHULTZ. (5)

 

 

JOHN SCHULTZ (2) 3rd son of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta Schultz according to the records of Kreutz Creek Church at the York County Historical Society, York, PA was born 6/10/1707 son of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta married Christina Horn 1728 in Genheim. He died 9/15/1758 and was buried in the Reformed Churchyard at Kreutz Creek. Christina Schultz was born 11/1/1705 and died 7/13/1758 and was buried 7/15/1758 in the Reformed Churchyard at Kreutz Creek. He was the builder of one of the tow first stone houses in Hellam Township. His house is still well preserved. He had 3 children:

 

ANNA MARIA SCHULTZ (3) who married George Michael Spangler son of Baltzer Spangler. (For further information see the Spangler Annals at the York County Historical Society and Deed D-409, Court House, York, PA).

 

JOHANN PETER SCHULTZ (3) was born 7/23/1763 and died 2/11/1813. He was Peter Shultz, the Wheelwright. He married Catherine Bahn of Hellam Township, born 8/26/1737 died 9/23/1909. Peter and Catherine are buried in Mt. Zion Lutheran Reformed Cemetery, Sprigetsbury Township, York Co., PA. Their children:

 

GEORGE PHILLIP SHULTZ (4) was born 7/23/1763 and married Eva daughter of Michael Hengst. (Deeds 2T-152 Court House, York, PA

VALENTINE SHULTZ (4) born 7/24/1765 married Anna Catherine Heiger.

MARIA EVA SHULTZ (4) born 8/12/1769 married Jacob Spielman

JULIANNA SHULTZ (4) born 8/12/1769 married Phillip Miller

ELIZABETH SHULTZ (4) born 4/15/1773 married 1st John Heidelmach, 2nd John Shriver

CATHERINE SHULTZ (4) born 9/20/1774 married Jacob Schall

ANNA MARIA SHULTZ (4) born 9/20/1776 married Peter Sandow

JOHN PETER SHULTZ (4) born 9/14/1780 married 8/8/1809 Teressa Mayer

SABINA SHULTZ (4) born 12/31/1782 married Henry Reitzel (see Tombstone and Church Records YCHS and OCD K-8 Court House, York, PA).

 

JOHANN SCHULTZ, JR. (3) born 1738 married 6/20/1758 at Christ Lutheran Church, York, PA Catherine Holzbaum daughter of Conrad and Catherine Holtzbaum (Deeds C-233, D-409 and 2G-230). At first John Schultz kept a tavern in York, PA, he later moved to Baltimore, MD where he became President of the Baltimore Steamship Co. He fought in the Continental Army as a private in David Jamison’s Co., 8th Battalion, Lt. Colonel Henry Miller, Commanding, Penna. Volunteers 1776. (Penna. Arch., V-10 and Gibson’s History of York Co.).

 

John Shultz was Assistant Quarter-Master General of Baltimore 1812. He died in Baltimore 1820, and left 5 daughters, his 2 sons having died in infancy.

 

The will of John Shultz was probated in the Orphans Court of Baltimore, MD 5/9/1820 (B-11, P134). In it he mentions his daughter Elizabeth intermarried with Andrew Schreiver, Catherine intermarried with William Clemm, Christine intermarried with Joseph Krebs, Susannah intermarried with Jacob Kurtz and Anna Mary intermarried with Frederick Devilbiss. His executors his son-in-law Andrew Schreiber and William Clemm his grandson.

ANNA CATHERINE SHULTZ (4) born4/23/1759 (YCHS Church Records) married at Zion Reformed Church, York, PA. (General) William Clemm of Mt. Pleasant, Baltimore Co., MD. Their descendants:

 

HARRIET CLEMM (5) married 8/6/1817 James Mosher Poe son of Jacob and Bridget Poe.

NELSON POE (6) married 11/30/1831 Josephine Emily Clemm daughter of William Clemm Jr., and Harriet Poe Clemm.

WILLIAM CLEMM, JR. (5) married 1st Harriet only daughter of George and Catherine Dawson Poe and 2nd Maria daughter of David Jr. and Elizabeth Poe.

ROSALIE CLEMM (6)

HENRY CLEMM (6)

WILLIAM EICHELBERGER CLEMM (6) born 1806

HARRIET MARY CLEMM (6) born 1808 married Nelson Poe son of Jacob and Bridget Poe

VIRGINIA MARIA CLEMM (6) born 1810 only child of William Clemm, Jr. and Maria Poe married EDGAR ALLEN POE, the Poet, son of David Poe, Sr. and Elizabeth Cairnes.

JOHN SHULTZ CLEMM (5) Sergeant War of 1812 died 9/8/1814, married Marie Eichelberger daughter of Martin Eichelberger born 8/29/1795 died 10/31/1840 and Elizabeth daughter of Jacob Walsh of Baltimore, MD. Date of Marriage 1781.

ELIZA CLEMM (6) married William Tschudy

MARIA CLEMM (6) married Commander Daniel E. Ridgely, U.S.N.

DR. NICHOLAS GREENBERRY RIDGELY (7) married Ida Deschon. (It was at their home that Catherine Isabella Kauffelt daughter of James B. and Catherine Shultz met her husband James H. Murray).

 

            The will of Maria Clemm widow of John Shultz Clemm is filed in the Orphans Court of Baltimore, MD. Book –32, Vol-76 and was probated 8/30/1864. In it she mentions John Clemm, husband; Otho W. Eichelberger, brother; Nicholas G. Ridgely, grandson; Mary Tschudy daughter of Eliza Schudy; Eliza Eichelberger Ridgely, Niece, John Ridgely of Hampton, grandnephew; Eliza Wight, grandniece. Executors: son-in-law Daniel R. Ridgely and brother Otho W. Eichelberger.

 

 

 

EICHELBERGER LINE

 

            Martin Eichelberger was the son of Martin Eichelberger of York, PA and grandson of Phillip Frederick Eichelberger born 4/17/1693 in Germany. He married Elizabeth daughter of Jacob Walsh of Baltimore. He was born 1759 and died 10/31840. He left a son Otho W. Eichelberger of Baltimore and fout daughters: Maria who married John Shultz Clemm, Elizabeth who married Nicholas Greenberry Ridgely, Sheriff of Baltimore County, Eleanor S. Eichelberger and Henrietta Eichelberger. Eliza the daughter of Nicholas Greenberry Ridgely and Elizabeth Eichelberger became the 2nd wife of John Ridgely of Hampton.

 

RIDGELY LINE

 

Col. Charles Ridgely II died 1772 married Rachel Howard, their only child Achsah Ridgely married John Carmen and their son John Ridgely Carman changed his name by order of court to John Carmen Ridgely to inherit Hampton. John C. Ridgely married 1st Sophia daughter of James McCubbin Carroll of Mt. Clare, he married 2nd Eliza Eichelberger Ridgely a distant cousin. (Ridgely Genealogy, MD. His. Soc.).

 

            (See the Maryland Genealogical and Memorial Encyclopedia P-195 for the Poe Genealogy, Peabody Library and the Biographical Encyclopedia for Representative Men of Maryland for Otho W. Eichelberger, and the records of the German Evangelical Reformed Church of Baltimore at the Maryland Historical Society).

 

ANNA MARIA SHULTZ (4) born 11/23/1760 (Private Records of Jacob Lischy, YCHS, York, PA) married Jacob Devilbiss of York, PA. (Deeds 2G-3 Court House, York and Will of John Shultz (3))

MARIA CHRISTINE SCHULTZ (4) born 1/27/1765 (Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, York, PA) married Joseph Krebs (Will of John Shultz (3)). Joseph Krebs was an uncle of Margaret Krebs who married Peter Shultz (4), son of Peter Shultz (3) and grandson of Valentine Shultz (2).

SUSANNAH SHULTZ (4) born 3/21/1768 (Christ Evangelical Church Records, YCHS) married Jacob Kurtz (Will of John Shultz (3)). Jacob Kurtz was a son of the Rev. Johann Nicholas Kurtz.

 

KURTZ LINE

 

            Rev. Johann Nicholas Kurtz born 10/1722 in Nassau, Weilburg, Lutzellenden, arrived in Philadelphia 5/22/1762, moved to Baltimore 1762 to live with his son Rev. Daniel Kurtz and died 1789. His descendants:

 

JOHANN MICHAEL KURTZ (2) married 1747 Anne Elizabeth Seidel.

REV. BENJAMIN KURTZ (2) died in Baltimore 1866 left Benjamin, Carolin, E.M., Louisa, Theophilus & Luther.

REV. DANIEL KURTZ (2) died 1856 married Maria Magdalena of Baltimore died 1854 (B-27, P-138 OC, Balto).

JACOB KURTZ (2) who married Susannah Shultz

GEORGE PETER KURTZ (2) born 1749 died 1836, married 1762 Catherine Albright daughter of Col. Phillip Albright and Anna Maria Dinkle. His descendants: Maria Kurtz (3), Elizabeth Kurtz (3), Maria Ursula Kurtz (3) and

CHARLES KURTZ (3) born 8/30/1791 married Julia Ann Eichelberger who married Major Jacob Emmett son of David and Barbara Doudel Emmett (3).

WILLIAM H. KURTZ (4) married 1st 8/7/1856 Mary Baugher, 2nd Julia Baugher.

JULIANNA KURTZ HERBST (3)

AMELIA KURTZ (3)

CATHERINE KURTZ (3)

WILLIAM H. KURTZ (3) died 1868 in Baltimore married Maria Kelly died 1863, his will probated 1868 (B-528, P-34 OC of Baltimore, MD) mentions: Sisters Amelia and Catherine Kurtz, nephew William H. Kurtz of Charles, sister Julianna Herbst, sister-in-law Julianna Emmett, nieces and Nephews: Catherine wife of Henry Seidel, Maria Louisa, Elnora, Catherine wife of James Brown, Augusta Clementine Copenhafer, John Edward Herbst, Catherine L. Kurtz and Amelia H. Kurtz.

HENRY A. KURTZ (2) moved to Kansas.

 

            (See wills filed in Orphans Court of Baltimore B-27, P-138, B-26, P-226, B-180, P-31, B-112, P-33; and B-528, P-34.)

 

ELIZABETH SHULTZ (4) born 1764 married 1786 by the Rev. William Otterbein of the German Evangelical Church (Lutheran), Baltimore to Andreas Schreiver born 1762 son of David Schreiver and Rebecca Ferree and grandson of Andreas Schreiver and Anna Maria Keiser of Hanover, PA. (Deeds 2G-3 Court House, York, PA and will of John Shultz).

 

The Pennsylvania Magazine, PHS Vol. LIII, P-239 tells of the establishment of a French settlement in 1712 in the Pequea Valley, Lancaster Co., PA by Madame Ferree, grandmother of Rebecca Ferree. Madame Ferree had met William Penn in England shortly after her husband was killed in France and he had generously given her 2000 acres of land in the Pequea Valley.

 

THE CHILDREN OF ANDREAS SHRIVER AND ELIZABETH SHULTZ:

 

JOHN SHULTZ SHRIVER (5) born 3/1/1788 married Henrietta Myers of Baltimore, MD.

JOHN SHULTZ SHRIVER (6) married Olivia Brengle daughter of Major Lawrence J. Brengle, whose 1st wife Catherine Clemm Chriver and 2nd wife Eliza Shriver were daughters of Andreas and Elizabeth Shriver.

JAMES ALEXIUS SHRIVER (7)

JOSEPH ALEXIUS SHRIVER (8) (Maryland Historical Magazine (7, P-93, 1912)

THOMAS SHRIVER (5) born 9/2/1789 married Ann Sharp of York, PA.

WILLIAM SHRIVER (5) born 12/23/1796 married Mary M. T. Owings of Conewago, Adams Co., PA.

JAMES SHRIVER (6) born 1825

ELIZA JANE SHRIVER (6) born 1827 died 1887

ELIZABETH SHRIVER (6) born 1828

THOMAS J. SHRIVER (6) born 1829

SARAH CLEMENTINE SHRIVER (6) born 1830

WILLIAM TELL SHRIVER (6) born 1832 married Roberta Lyon

JOHN LAWRENCE SHRIVER (6) born 1834 married Allan Cassin

ANDREW KEISER SHRIVER (6) born 1836 married Emma Jabel Saunders

ALFRED SHRIVER (6) born 1838 married Elizabeth Hickley

ALFRED SHRIVER (7) married Anne daughter of Edward and Anne Spaulding Jenkins

ALFRED JENKINS SHRIVER (8) never married, donor of Shriver Hall to the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.

EDWARD JENKINS SHRIVER (8) married a Miss Cannon

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS SHRIVER (6) former President of the Metropolitan Savings Bank of Baltimore, married Cora Payne of Richmond, VA.

MARK OWINGS SHRIVER (6) born 1842, Baltimore Lawyer, married Christina Agnes Dietor

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SHRIVER (6) born 1843 married Helen Nicholson McSherry

THOMAS HERBERT SHRIVER (6) born 1846 married Elizabeth T. Lawson

MARY OWINGS SHRIVER (6) born 1848

EMMA SHRIVER (6) born 1850

ELIZABETH SHRIVER (5) born 1846 married Lawrence J. Brengle

ANDREW KEISER SHRIVER (5) born 1802 married Catherine Wirt of Hanover, PA

ELLA B. SHRIVER (6) married 10/9/1864 David Winebrenner

ANNA MARIA SHRIVER (5) born 1804 married William Steiger of Washington D. C.

JOSEPH SHRIVER (5) born 1806 married Henrietta Coston

HENRY SHRIVER (6) married Sarah Van Lear Perry and had HENRY, HERBERT SARGENT, VAN LEAR PERRY, ROBERT SHRIVER and WILLIAM SHRIVER.

CATHERINE CLEMM SHRIVER (5) 1st wife of Lawrence J. Brengle (Data from Compendium of American Genealogy and Shriver Genealogy MHS).

 

VALENTINE SCHULTZ (2) 4th son of Gabriel and Anna Margaretta Schultz was 20 years of age when he emigrated with his brother Hans Martin Schultz 1731. He was married before the Elders of the Kreutz Creek Church, which marriage was later validated by a clergyman from the Trappe Congregation of 10/16/1735. (Records of Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, York, PA). He married Eva Maria Stocker daughter of Peter and Anna Stocker.

 

            Peter Stocker 53 and his wife Anna Stocker 51, Maria Stocker 17 and Barbara Stocker 13 emigrated in the ship CHARMING BETTY and landed in Philadelphia 10/11/1733, he took the oath of allegiance and signed his name in German Script. (B-1, P-135 Penna German Pioneers).

 

Valentine Schultz was one of the founders of the German Evangelical Church of York, PA. 1733 (Gibson’s History of York County). He settled in Manchester Township, York Co., PA and his plantation was located on the Little Conewago Creek. He died in 1750. The names of his children appear in Orphans Court Docket (A-5, A-6 and A-32).

 

CHILDREN OF VALENTINE AND EVA MARIA SCHULTZ:

 

HEINRICH SHULTZ (3) born 6/20/1735

VALENTINE SHULTZ (3) born 4/8/1738 (Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church) of Newbery Township married Barbara

EVA MARIA SHULTZ (3) born 3/24/1742 married 12/25/1760 Adam Schmidt at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church.

JOHANN CHRISTIAN SHULTZ (3) born 4/3/1744 (Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church)

MICHAEL SHULTZ (3) born 1748 of Codorus Township.

PETER SHULTZ (3) 2nd son of Valentine and Eva Shultz was born 8/26/1736 and died 6/23/ age 49 (Tombstone Records YCHS) and was buried at Quickel’s Churchyard. Administration papers were taken out on his estate 12/11/ 1784 (F308). He served as a Lieutenant in the War of Independence 1776 and was on the muster roll of the 3rd Battalion, commanded by Colonel Robert McPherson, Captain Yost Harbach. 4/5/1778 he fought in the 7th company under Captain Yost Harbaugh, Colonel Rankin commanding. (This information was verified by the Veteran’s Administration and was in the possession of Mary Gardner Billheimer of the Gettysburg Chapter of the D.A.R.). he married Elizabeth Hoke circa 1750 daughter of Johann Frederick and Anna Catherine Foobach of Hanover Land, Hozhausen, Germany.

 

HOKE LINE

 

Johann Frederick Hoke emigrated with Conrad Hoke on the Ship Ranier and landed in Philadelphia 9/26/1749. (B-1 P-312, Penna German Pioneers). Johann Jacob Hoke emigrated on the ship Two Brothers and landed in Philadelphia 9/15/1748. Administration bond was granted on the estate of Frederick Hoke 9/9/1770 to Jacob Hoke (C-50 Court House, York, PA). Frederick Hoke of Manchester Township will probated 7/1/1771, Executors Andrew and John Hoke. (Wills C-43, Court House, York, PA). The heirs of Frederick Hoke according to his will were his brothers, Viz: Conrad, Casper, Henry, Andrew and John Hoke. Mrs. James B. Kauffelt was the granddaughter of Frederick and Anna Catherine Hoke, a sister of the brothers named above.

 

THE CHILDREN OF PETER AND ELIZABETH HOKE:

 

YOST SHULTZ (4) eldest son of Peter and Elizabeth (Administration Bond F-308, Yost served as and Administrator with his mother 12/11/1748). He married 7/4/1748 at Christ Lutheran Church, York, PA Anna Maria daughter of Jacob Leber of Hallam Twnsp., York Co. (Deed D-2, P-331, Court House, York)

ELIZABETH SHULTZ (5) born 5/9/1785 Bap. Ch. E. L. Ch.

EVE SHULTZ (5) born 12/17/1791 Bap. Ch. E. L. Ch.

JACOB SHULTZ (5) born 8/7/1792 died 1829 married 8/24/1817 Sarah Smyser at Christ Lutheran Evangelical Church.

CHARLES SHULTZ (6) born 5/4/1820 (CH. E. L. CH.) died 9/21 1895 (Tombstone Records YCHS)

MARY JANE SHULTZ (6) born 10/21/1825 (CH. E. L. CH.) died 5/22/1899 (Tombstone Records YCHS)

REBECCA SHULTZ (6) born 11/22/ 1829 (CH. E. L. CH.) died 12/10/1910 (Tombstone Records YCHS)

(Charles, Mary and Becky Shultz never married; they were visited frequently by Mrs. James B.Kauffelt. The Compiler attended Beck’s funeral).

JACOB SHULTZ (4) of the Ropewalk and Innkeeper married Eva Margaret Fahnestock died 1819 (Wills O-308 5/11/1819, Exs.: brother Conrad Ahultz and Charles A. Barnitz.) (Deed 2K-248).

JACOB SHULTZ JR. (5) wife Sarah Spangler

SAMUEL SHULTZ (6) married Roxanna who later married Philip Shultz.

JACOB SHULTZ (7) (Wills Q-2 8/4/1829) married Elizabeth Smith.

JOHN JACOB SHULTZ (5) born 4/8/1797

ELIZABETH SHULTZ (5) born 9/6/1794 married John Cookes 5/7/1810

WILLIAM COOKES (6)

CATHERINE SHULTZ (5) who married William Heckman.

MARIA SHULTZ HECKMAN (6) born 9/21/1814

SARAH SHULTZ (5)

LORENZ SHULTZ (4) wife Catherine (Tailor) died circa 1826 (Deed 2K-248 10/15/1792, Admx. Bond 2J-213 8/12/1826 and OCD P-36 9/12/1826)

LORENZ SHULTZ, JR. (5) wife Elizabeth (merchant) (3D-52 1/21/1812)

JULIANNA SHULTZ (6) born 6/12/1809

HENRIETTA SHULTZ (6) born 11/2/1810

ROSINA SHULTZ (6) born 2/16/1812

AMELIA SHULTZ (6) born 7/9/1813

ALEXANDER SHULTZ (6) born 12/1816

ELEANOR SHULTZ (6) born 3/14/1819

GEORGE SHULTZ (6) born 4/26/1822

(Births from Church Records YCHS)

CONRAD SHULTZ (4) born 1770 baptized 1st Reformed Church, York, PA, Sponsors: Catherine & Elizabeth Hoke. He married Elizabeth Albright daughter of Col. Philip and Anna Maria Dinkle Albright. Conrad Shultz was the founder of the firm of Shultz, Konig and Co. of Baltimore MD, located at 248 W. Baltimore St. His residence was on Pratt W. of Baltimore St., a very fine residential district at that time. (Old Baltimore Directories, Peabody Library, Baltimore). Philip Albright of York, PA was a silent partner in the firm (Small Genealogy, Peabody Library). He was a nephew of Mrs. Conrad Shultz, and thus was laid the foundation for the fortune of Philip A. Small. Conrad Shultz beside being a Baltimore merchant had business interests in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, Germantown and columbia, PA. He died in 1846 and his will was probated 4/22/1850 in York (T-312). His executors were Samuel Small, William T. and Dr. Henry Shultz, sons. His children:

 

JEFFERSON SHULTZ (5) of Baltimore, MD

CONRAD SHULTZ, JR. (5)

WILLIAM SHULTZ (5)

MARY METART (5)

DR. HENRY SHULTZ of Cincinnati (5) who married Caroline Matilda Bixler daughter of David Bixler of Baltimore, MD

ELIZABETH ROHRER (5)

HARRIET ROHRER (5)

CHARLES SHULTZ (5)

ELIZABETH SHULTZ (4) BORN 2/2/ 1768 (1st Reformed Church) Sponsors: Conrad Hoke and wife. She married Simon Copenhafer, Jr.

ANNA MARIA COPENHAFER (5) born 2/12/1784

CATHERINE COPENHAFER (5) married Abraham Rankin (DAR)

ANNA EVA COPENHAFER (5) born 3/12/1790 (C.R. YCHS)

EVA SHULTZ (4) born 1/29/1780 (YCHS Church Records)

MICHAEL SHULTZ (4) born 3/19/1781 (YCHS Church Records), emigrated west and is buried in William’s Cemetery, Gentry Co., MO

JOHANN PETER SHULTZ (4) born 11/29/1774, baptized 1st Reformed Church (YCHS). He was known as Peter Shultz of Bottstown and W. Manchester. He was a warden of Zion Reformed Church, a carpenter, cabinetmaker by trade also a builder. He was a large landholder. One of the compilers’ choice possessions is a Queen Anne Armchair, which he owned and was built by his father, also a cabinetmaker, Peter Shultz (3). He died 3/16/ 1843 (S-309, Wills). The executor of real estate was Jacob Smyser of Matthias, because of real estate holdings his estate was not finally closed until 3/21/1906 (Admx. Accts. Y-343, E4-P178, 180 &183, V4-P679,Y8-434 and T4-567 and OCD U-339).

Peter Shultz (4) married 1st 11/26/1797 Margaret Krebs, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth Krebs born 3/12/1776-died 6/9/1817. He married 2nd Anna Maria Hamm 4/5/1822. She was born 11/10/1798 died 1/4/1860 the daughter of Christian Hamm and Anna Maria Yoner, a granddaughter of Jacob and Christina Yoner and of Valentine Hamm and Louisa May. Peter Shultz with his two wives is buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery. His lot is opposite the grave of Phillip Livingstone, Signer of the Declaration of Independence.

All the vital statistics on the family of Peter Shultz (4) were copied by this compiler ( his great-granddaughter ) from his English Bible and also can be verified from the records of the 1st Reformed Church, his will directed his German & English bibles to his son Peter Shultz, Jr. The Hamm line will follow this genealogy.

 

GEORGE SHULTZ (5) born 5/25/1799 died 12/13/1874 married Mary Michael 4/5/27. He moved to the county of Gentry, MO and died there. (Admx. Acct/E-4, P-178). His children:

WILLIAM SHULTZ (6) had 3 children: Louise Hartley, Ida and John Shultz/

ISABEL SHULTZ (6) married a Mr. Mann

SUSAN SHULTZ (6) married a Mr. Whalen

MARY JOSEPHINE SHULTZ (6) married a Mr. Linley

GEORGE SHULTZ (6) had 4 children

THOMAS SHULTZ (6) killed in the Confederate Army

DANIEL SHULTZ (6) died as a young man

PETER SHULTZ, JR. (5) born 4/6/1801 died 7/5/1882, married Louisa daughter of Jesse Spengler 4/29/1824

ALONZO SHULTZ (6)

DAVID PETER SHULTZ (6) who inherited the family bibles

APPOLINDA SHULTZ (6) who married John Deitch

WILLIAM SHULTZ (6) who married Annie Smyser

MARGARET SHULTZ (7) married and living in Philadelphia, PA

SARAH SHULTZ (6) married Dr. A. A. Wasson

EMMA SHULTZ (6)

MARY J. SHULTZ (6) married J. J. Bott

KATE SHULTZ (6) married William Seiffert

HENRY H. SHULTZ (6)

SARAH SHULTZ (5) born 1/4/1803 died 8/2/1843 married Charles Spangler 3/26/1826

MARY DOROTHY SPANGLER (6) married Samuel Gotwald

IDA GOTWALT (7)

SAMUEL GOTWALT JR. (7)

MILTON S. GOTWALT (7)

ARTHUR G. GOTWALT (7)

HORACE GOTWALT (7) married a sister of John Bentz Hamm.

CHARLOTTE SPANGLER (6) married Samuel Small

SARAH E. SMALL (7)

ELIZABETH SPANGLER (6) married Edward S. Rupp, son of Caniel and Lydia Small Rupp

MARY L. RUPP (7)

MARGARET R. RUPP (7)

SARAH RUPP (7)

HENRIETTA RUPP (7) a teacher at YHS.

FRANCES RUPP (7)

DANIEL D. RUPP (7)

JANE SPANGLER (6) married Charles Ginter

JANE GINTER (7) married Cornelius Garretson, son of Cornelius and Catherine Rupp Garretson, daughter of Daniel and Lydia Small Rupp

CORNELIUS GARRETSON 3RD, (8)

CHARLES GARRETSON (8)

FERDINAND GINTER (7)

ELIZABETH SHULTZ (5) born 9/20/1804 married 1st Philip Heckert 12/4/1823, 2nd Henry Hertzog 12/26/1835. (Deeds 3S-17 4/5/1843). The baptismal certificate of rebecca Shultz is in the possession of the YHS. No children.

MICHAEL SHULTZ (5) born 10/10/1806 married Sarah Wright 2/21/1837 and moved to Gentry Co., MO (Admx. Accr. E-4, P-178)

SIDNEY SHULTZ (6) died single

LUCY ROSE SHULTZ (6) married Frank Savage

EUGENIA L. SHULTZ (6) married William L. Williams

WILLIAM WRIGHT SHULTZ (6)

WINIFRED SHULTZ (6) married Herbert Norman

HENRY PERCY SHULTZ (6) married Ida Butler

REUBEN CONWAY SHULTZ (6) married Lydia Neff

ALFRED BERNARD SHULTZ (6) married Adeline Weller

DR. PETER DAVID SHULTZ (6) of New York City, born 7/24/1861 married Alice Erwin 2/4/1885. (Compiler of the Western branch of the Shultz Family)

LOUISANNA SHULTZ (LOUISA) (5) born 11/16.1808 married 1st John Bernard, 2nd Judge John Peter Lotz (lived in Crawford Co., Ohio E-4, P-178 Deeds)

GEORGE PETER LOTZ (6)

SARAH EMMA LOTZ (6) married Henry Lotz

ROBERT LOTZ (6)

JOSEPHINE LOTZ (6)

ANNA MARY SHULTZ (5) born 6/13/1810 married Abraham James Keller lived in Crawford, Ohio (Deeds E-4, P-178)

REUBEN SHULTZ (5) born 5/24/1813 married Sarah Ann Lockard. He emigrated to Gentry Co., MO. He was a member of the Missouri Legislature of 1861 and fought in the Confederate Army, losing a leg in battle. He visited York in the late 1880’s. This compiler remembers him. (Deeds E-4, P-178).

JOHN SHULTZ (6) married Rose Elizabeth Denny

FRANK PETER SHULTZ (6)

LOUIS CASS SHULTZ (6) married Martha Crawford

MARGARET SHULTZ (6) married John B. Robinson

DAVID LOCKWOOD SHULTZ (6) married Margaret Noll

MARGARETTA SHULTZ (5) born 8/4/1815 died 12/16/1815

LEWIS SHULTZ (5) born 6/9/1817 died 6/24/1817

 

CHILDREN OF MARY HAMM SHULTZ & PETER (4)

 

HENRY SHULTZ (5) born 2/16/1823 died 8/10/1870 in Atlanta, Georgia, Was anAdams Express Agent in Georgia also was the first Conductor to the Baltimore & Susquehanna Railroad. Fought in the Confederate Army. Never married.

MARY MARGARET SHULTZ (5) born 4/13/ 1825 married John Maguire 6/16/1846 ( See Penna. Inquirer & Repub.)

CATHERINE KAUFFELT MAGUIRE (6)

ROBERT MAGUIRE (6) never married

FRANK MAGUIRE (6) died young

GEORGE MAGUIRE (6) married Amelia Zeckler, lived in Philadelphia, PA.

JACOB ZECKLER (7) named for grandfather Jacob Zeckler.

HENRIETTA SHULTZ (5) born 3/24/1830 married John Gohn of Wrightsbille, York Co., PA.

MARY MAGDALEN GOHN (6) married David Gardner, one time County Superintendent of Schools and last Principal of the York County Academy.

SARAH GARDNER (7) married William Bray, a Canadian.

WILLIAM GARDNER BRAY (8) married and living on Long Island, NY.

MARY JULIA GARDNER (7) (deceased) married William Bilheimer, of Gettysburg College

MARY GARDNER BILHEIMER (8)

RUTH UNDERWOOD GARDNER (7) married William Denninger

WILLIAM GARDNER DENNINGER (8)

KATE KAUFFELT WOLF (6) married Henry Wolf of Mt. Wolf.

MARY WOLF (7)

FLORENCE WOLF (7)

HENRIETTA GOHN (6) a public school teacher for many years in Wrightsville.

MARGARET GOHN (6) married John Lane of Philadelphia, PA.

CATHERINE DEBORAH SHULTZ (5) born 9/12/ 1827, died 5/30/1907 married 12/2/ 1846 James Behner Kauffelt born 2/2/1820 died 7/17/1864, the son of Lieut. Daniel Kauffelt (1812) and Isabella Emmett, daughter of David Emmett and Barbara Doudel.

MARY JEFFERSON KAUFFELT (6) born 6/25/1848 died in York, PA 2/25/1927. Never married.

CATHERINE ISABELL KAUFFELT (6) born 4/5/1852 died in Baltimore, MD 4/17/1938 married James Henry Murray born 1848 died 6/3/1894 son of James Croker and Martha Justina Toy Murray.

MARIE MERCEDES KAUFFELT MURRAY (7) born 3/21/1882 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

JAMES JOSEPH ANNESLEY MURRAY (7) born 2/7/1884 married April 1912 (?) Theressa Catherine Stambaugh daughter of John and Anna Winfelder.

ANNA CATHERINE MURRAY (8) born 12/2/1914 married 1/29/1938 USNR. Com. Herbert T. Creedon

MARY DOROTHY MURRAY (8) born 7/4/1916 married 1/29/1939 Edward Brandon Lyman

THERESSA JOSEPHINE MURRAY (8) born 2/16/1919 married William Thomas Lyons.

 

The Hamm, Kauffelt, Murray genealogies follow:

 

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