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Re: Margaret ECK married Joseph STORM on 22 Nov 1759 in Adams County, PA
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: August 23, 2006 at 16:12:45
In Reply to: Margaret ECK married Joseph STORM on 22 Nov 1759 in Adams County, PA by patricia montero of 389

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ID: I1745
Name: Jacob Eck
Given Name: Jacob
Surname: Eck
Sex: M
_UID: 57F206C00FD6234CBDA1BFEDE4119F242531
Change Date: 17 Oct 2003
Note:
The Egg "Eck" Name: "Eck" is a German word that means corner or sharp a ngle. The surname originated in Central Europe where, during the very early Middle Ages, Germanic tribes invaded and settled in the part that extends from eastern France to western Poland and neighboring countries. T e derivation of the surname was the result of people giving a description of some special feature or location such as a mountain or other natural landmark with a corner or sharp angle. Many Eck families in
America are decended from ancestors who emigrated to this country with that surname. However, the people in Family 1 are decended from Jacob EGG.The surname Egg might be a spelling variation of the German word "Egge" that means harrow, a farm implement although the word could have an entirely different meaning and derivation. It is pronounced with a hard sound (Eck) in German. In all the European records that mention Jacob Egg, his surname is spelled EGG. In America it is found as Egg and Eck. His children used the spelling Egg although others pronounced and spelled it Eck. His four sons who came to America all made wills and signed the surname Egg. Records for Jacob Egg's children and grandchildren show the surname spelled Eck, Egg, Ege, Agge, Ack, Eak and Ake. It was his grandchildren who began to accept new spellings. Since then all known decendants in America have used the Eck spelling except for the one branch that changed the spelling and pronounciation of the name to Ake."
1 2 3
Birth: ABT 1695 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany 4
Death: BET 13 FEB 1748 AND 28 APR 1748 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 5 6
Immigration: 1746 Pennsylvania
Will: 13 FEB 1748
Note:
(C)Will of JacobEck/Egg: Translated from Latin: February 13, 1748 -
Because of an extended illness, I, Jacob Egg have to distribute my belongings in the presence of witnesses. If it can be executed, I will to Hannes Egg and Jacob Egg and Johannes Egg, each one 33 pounds, to Durus Egg and Joseph Egg each one 25 pounds. And Hannes Egg and Jacob Egg and Johannes Egg are to draw for six years the interest from the sale once it is carried out. If one or the other of two brothers should come, he must receive his appropriate share. Anna Maria Eggin and Anna Eggin shall each receive 25 pounds and each one the bed she is sleeping in and each one her dishes. Everything is to be sold, horses and cattle, hogs and household goods and everything there is. If at all possible, each one should receive an equal share. If, however, the final proceeds are smaller, each one should proportionately take a lesser amount. And once the six years have passed and neither of the two sons has appeared, then the other five shall receive everything in equal parts. /s/ Jacob Egg
Witnesses: Hannes Egg, Jacob Egg, Johannes Egg, Anna Maria Eggin, Anna Eggin
The final inventory totals approximately L200. (1)
5
Occupation: Gunmaker & Locksmith 5
Ancestral File #: 226B-11K

Marriage 1 Anna Maria Margaret Kilcher b: 1700 in Switzerland
Married: 1715 in Switzerland 5
Children
John Jacob Eck b: 19 SEP 1718 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany
Jacob Leontius "Leonz" Eck b: 15 APR 1718 in Peregrini, Solothurn, Switzerland
Catherine Eck b: 19 JUL 1719 in Egerkingen, Solothurn, Switzerland
Anna Maria Barbara Eck b: 27 MAY 1722 in Oberbuchsiten, Switzerland
Theodorus Joseph Eck b: 31 AUG 1723 in Solothurn Canton, Switzerland
Joseph Eck b: 1725 in Germany
Anna Maria Eck b: ABT 1726 in Switzerland or Germany
Johannes Jacob Eck b: 6 MAR 1726 in Blumlismatt
Jacob Eck b: 21 DEC 1728 in Switzerland
Anna Catherine Eck b: 1728 in Germany
John J. Eck b: 1730 in Blumlisnatt
Anna Eck b: 6 APR 1732 in Switzerland or Germany?
Jacob Christian Eck b: 17 DEC 1736 in Oberbuchsiten, Solothurn, Switzerland

Sources:
Abbrev: John H. Rahn's GEDCOM
Title: Rahn, John H., GEDCOM (jrahn@icdc.com)
Abbrev: Brian L. Cartwright's info
Title: Cartwright, Brian L., GEDCOMs and other sources. (Manassas Park, VA, bl cart95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.n et) rt95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.net .
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arke y, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Page: #1
Abbrev: History of Montgomery County
Title: History of Montgomery County
Page: p. 1136-7
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arkey, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Abbrev: Abstract of Wills of Philadelphia County
Title: Abstract of Wills of Philadelphia County
Page: p. 180

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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=stobie&id=I1746
ID: I1746
Name: John Jacob Eck
Given Name: John Jacob
Surname: Eck
Sex: M
_UID: 4569FD4C61964540AA2781D46FA48198C5E6
Change Date: 17 Oct 2003
Note:
History: "It is likely that within the first ten years Jacob Eck died and the son inherited the property and took in marriage for his first wife Savina Ott, the daughter of a neighboring farmer. She died before 1764, leaving him several children, when he married Mary Snyder, who
died a short time before the Revolution, for in the assessment of Upper Salford for 1776, John Eck, who it is noted had ten children and had "lost his wife," is rated as owning one hundred and twenty-five acres, with a dwelling, two horses, three cows and five sheep, taxed
L10 7s 8d. In 1766 the Ridge road was opened from the Bucks County line, through the present Tylersport and along the whole length of his farm on to Sumneytown. In 1767 he was appointed, greatly against his will, by the Court of Quarter Sessions at Philadelphia, constable of
the township. About the close of the Revolution he married Dorothy Yost, who survived him. He died in the beginning of June, 1809, at an advanced age. His will was made January 30th and proved June 20th of said year. In it he appoints his son Dorus and Nicholas Buck his executors. He leaves to his son John twenty-five acres, with all the
improvements thereon; to Dorothy, his wife, in addition to her other allowance, he leaves "L150 in lawful gold or silver money." Eleven children are mentioned therein as follows: Conrad, Dorus, John, Anna (widow of Martin Miller), Catharine (wife of Simon Adams), Margaret
(wife of Joseph Storm), Magdalena (wife of Nicholas Buck), Sabilla (wife of Mark Zeigler), Theresa, Catharine and Fanny. He had in all fifteen children, a son, Michael, and three daughters having previously died. Although the surviving descendants of John Eck at this day many number thousands, the surname has become extinct in the township within the past sixty years. Dorus settled on a farm in Maryland, some moved to Berks County, others to Philadelphia and out West. The witnesses to the will were John Keller, Jacob Baer, and Cadwalleader Foulke, the last of whom very probably wrote it. Through the descendants or the first two, who still exist in the vicinity, the homestead of the Ecks was ascertained and visited in September, 1883, in company with Solomon K. Grimley, Esq. The original tract has since been divided in several farms, now owned by Henry Richards, Andrew Loch, William L. Nace, Thomas Roth and Frederic-Beltz. The latter, who is the owner of the original homestead portion, took pleasure, on learning our object, to point out the several remaining objects of interest. The site of the old house is still readily discernible about two hundred yards northwest of Mr. Beltz's dwelling, within a few years of which are still standing two venerable pear-trees, about two feet in diameter, the fruit of which was then ripe. We do not question that their growth must have begun very close to 1747, or one hundred and thirty-six years ago. The spring was shown, about one hundred and fifty yards to the north of the site of the old house. Though now long unused, except for cattle, it never has been known to fail. Strange to say, the original barn still remains in use, and must now be one of the very few existing in the county that antedate the Revolution. It is part stone and part log, thirty by forty-two feet and we know of no other that has so old and primitive an appearance. In the beginning of this century, John Eck built himself a new house, to which he retired, and died in 1809 the site of which was also pointed out, and is still discernible on the premises of William L. Nace. Mary Magdalena was the daughter of John Eck and his second wife, Mary Snyder, born on the homestead in June, 1767, where she remained until her marriage, in 1793, with Captain Nicholas Buck, a native of Springfield Township, Bucks Co., and
the founder of Bucksville. She attained the age of nearly ninety-one years, and at here death left ninety-five living descendents [sic. Her memory remained unimpaired almost to the last. In 1856 her reminiscences were written down by one of her grandsons, and that portion relating to her residence in Upper Salford will be briefly given. In the vicinity of Jack and John Eck's settlement here,
in 1747, deer still abounded, or which several were shot by the latter. Wolves were becoming scarce, but occasionally destroyed sheep.
Wild fruit was abundant, as grapes, red plums, hazel-nuts,
shell-barks, huckleberries and crab-apples. Her father raised considerable hemp and flax; which was manufactured by the family into goods for household and other purposes, their clothing being all home-made. The women assisted considerably in out-door labors connected with the farm, and all grain was reaped by sickles, even corn and buckwheat. Her father kept a heavy farm-wagon, but the
produce was chiefly taken in panniers and wallets, on horseback, to Philadelphia. Rye was chiefly grown for bread, as in Germany, with which beans were ground to increase the quantity. While Washington and his army were encamped by the Skippack, in Towamencin,, seven miles
distant, her father drove down with his wagon, taking her and several of his children along to behold so novel a sight. The incidents connected therewith she often related, being at that time past her tenth year. In connection with these reminiscences one fact is remarkable, that though John Eck reared so large a family, and was entirely dependent on his farming operations for a subsistence, yet, with all the disadvantages he labored under and the aid given his children, the inventory of his estate, which is still preserved, shows that his effects amounted to above eight thousand dollars, which was noninconsiderable sum three-quarters of a century ago, originating from such limited means, and may raise a query whether farming may not have then been more profitable than now."

From History of Montgomery County by Theodore Weber Bean (1884) pp
1136-7
1 2 3
Birth: 19 SEP 1718 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany
Death: 9 JUN 1809 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 4 5 6 7
Christening: 5 FEB 1721 Egerkingen, Solothurn, Switzerland
Burial: 12 JUN 1809 St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Bally, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 6
Immigration: 1747/48
_SDATE: 1 JUL 1747 Pennsylvania
Occupation: Constable of Salford Township 1767 Salford Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania 6
Occupation: Farmer Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania 6 8
Residence: BET 1766 AND 1775 Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 9
Ancestral File #: 1Q71-VBX
Ancestral File #: 226B-15D

Father: Jacob Eck b: ABT 1695 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany
Mother: Anna Maria Margaret Kilcher b: 1700 in Switzerland

Marriage 1 Savilla Ott b: ABT 1725
Married: AFT 1746 in Pennsylvania 10 6
Children
Conrad Eck b: ABT 1746 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Anna Maria Eck b: ABT 1748 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Katarina Eck b: 23 JAN 1749 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Magdalena Eck b: 1750 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Margaret Eck b: 1754 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Marriage 2 Mary Magdalen Snyder b: ABT 1742 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Married: 26 OCT 1762 in Goshenhoppen, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 11 6
Children
girl-1 Eck b: ABT 1763 in Pennsylvania
Theodore Eck b: 1764 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Michael Eck b: ABT 1765 in Goshenhoppen, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
Mary Theresa Eck b: 28 OCT 1766 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Eck b: 1 APR 1768 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Mary Magdalen Eck b: 9 JUN 1769 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Sabina Eck b: ABT 2 MAY 1771 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
John Baptist Eck b: 29 MAY 1773 in Rockhill, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Veronica Eck b: 6 MAR 1775 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Marriage 3 Dorothy Yost Schaeffer
Married: 16 JUN 1778 in Goshenhoppen, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 12 13 6

Sources:
Abbrev: Information from Individuals
Title: (see citations), Information from Individuals
Note:
This source represents all information gained by reference to individuals, in which contact information is unknown. Typically these have come up as sources in various GEDCOMs without contact information. I have consolidated them all here with the citation being a reference to the person involved. If contact information is discovered for them, then a seperate source reference will be created.
Page: Makara, Cathy nee Buck
Abbrev: Brian L. Cartwright's info
Title: Cartwright, Brian L., GEDCOMs and other sources. (Manassas Park, VA, bl cart95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.n et) rt95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.net .
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Listing Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arkey, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Page: #13
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Page: p. 218
Abbrev: Catholic Trails West
Title: Adams, Edmund & O'Keeffe, Barbara Brady, Catholic Trails West: The Founding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania (Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore M D, 1989) ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania. Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore M D, 1989.
Page: p. 468
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arkey, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Abbrev: History of Montgomery County
Title: History of Montgomery County
Page: p. 1136-7
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Page: p. 39
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Abbrev: History of Montgomery County
Title: History of Montgomery County
Page: p. 1138
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Page: p. 16
Abbrev: Catholic Trails West
Title: Adams, Edmund & O'Keeffe, Barbara Brady, Catholic Trails West: The Founding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania (Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore MD, 1989) ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania. Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore
MD, 1989.
Page: p. 469
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Page: p. 109
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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=stobie&id=I1746

ID: I1746
Name: John Jacob Eck
Given Name: John Jacob
Surname: Eck
Sex: M
_UID: 4569FD4C61964540AA2781D46FA48198C5E6
Change Date: 17 Oct 2003
Note:
History: "It is likely that within the first ten years Jacob Eck diedand the son inherited the property and took in marriage for his first wife Savina Ott, the daughter of a neighboring farmer. She died before 1764, leaving him several children, when he married Mary Snyder, who
died a short time before the Revolution, for in the assessment of Upper Salford for 1776, John Eck, who it is noted had ten children and had "lost his wife," is rated as owning one hundred and twenty-five acres, with a dwelling, two horses, three cows and five sheep, taxed L10 7s 8d. In 1766 the Ridge road was opened from the Bucks County line, through the present Tylersport and along the whole length of his farm on to Sumneytown. In 1767 he was appointed, greatly against his will, by the Court of Quarter Sessions at Philadelphia, constable of
the township. About the close of the Revolution he married Dorothy Yost, who survived him. He died in the beginning of June, 1809, at an advanced age. His will was made January 30th and proved June 20th of said year. In it he appoints his son Dorus and Nicholas Buck his executors. He leaves to his son John twenty-five acres, with all the improvements thereon; to Dorothy, his wife, in addition to her other allowance, he leaves "L150 in lawful gold or silver money." Eleven children are mentioned therein as follows: Conrad, Dorus, John, Anna(widow of Martin Miller), Catharine (wife of Simon Adams), Margaret
(wife of Joseph Storm), Magdalena (wife of Nicholas Buck), Sabilla(wife of Mark Zeigler), Theresa, Catharine and Fanny. He had in all fifteen children, a son, Michael, and three daughters having previously died. Although the surviving descendants of John Eck at this day many number thousands, the surname has become extinct in the
township within the past sixty years. Dorus settled on a farm in Maryland, some moved to Berks County, others to
Philadelphia and out West. The witnesses to the will were John Keller,Jacob Baer, and Cadwalleader Foulke, the last of whom very probably wrote it. Through the descendants or the first two, who still exist in the vicinity, the homestead of the Ecks was ascertained and visited in
September, 1883, in company with Solomon K. Grimley, Esq.The original tract has since been divided in several farms, now owned by Henry Richards, Andrew Loch, William L. Nace, Thomas Roth and Frederic-Beltz. The latter, who is the owner of the original homestead portion, took pleasure, on learning our object, to point out the several remaining objects of interest. The site of the old house is
still readily discernible about two hundred yards northwest of Mr.Beltz's dwelling, within a few years of which are still standing two venerable pear-trees, about two feet in diameter, the fruit of which was then ripe. We do not question that their growth must have begun very close to 1747, or one hundred and thirty-six years ago. The
spring was shown, about one hundred and fifty yards to the north of the site of the old house. Though now long unused, except for cattle,it never has been known to fail. Strange to say, the original barn still remains in use, and must now be one of the very few existing in the county that antedate the Revolution. It is part stone and part
log, thirty by forty-two feet and we know of no other that has so old and primitive an appearance. In the beginning of this century, John Eck built himself a new house, to which he retired, and died in 1809 the site of which was also pointed out, and is still discernible on the premises of William L. Nace. Mary Magdalena was the daughter of
John Eck and his second wife, Mary Snyder, born on the homestead in June, 1767, where she remained until her marriage, in 1793, with Captain Nicholas Buck, a native of Springfield Township, Bucks Co., and the founder of Bucksville. She attained the age of nearly ninety-one
years, and at her death left ninety-five living descendents [sic. Here memory remained unimpaired almost to the last. In 1856 her reminiscences were written down by one of her grandsons, and that portion relating to her residence in Upper Salford will be briefly given. In the vicinity of Jack and John Eck's settlement here,in 1747, deer still abounded, or which several were shot by the
latter. Wolves were becoming scarce, but occasionally destroyed sheep.
Wild fruit was abundant, as grapes, red plums, hazel-nuts,
shell-barks, huckleberries and crab-apples. Her father raised considerable hemp and flax; which was manufactured by the family into goods for household and other purposes, their clothing being all home-made. The women assisted considerably in out-door labor sconnected with the farm, and all grain was reaped by sickles, even corn and buckwheat. Her father kept a heavy farm-wagon, but the
produce was chiefly taken in panniers and wallets, on horseback, toPhiladelphia. Rye was chiefly grown for bread, as in Germany, withwhich beans were ground to increase the quantity. While Washington andhis army were encamped by the Skippack, in Towamencin,, seven miles
distant, her father drove down with his wagon, taking her and several of his children along to behold so novel a sight. The incidents connected therewith she often related, being at that time past hertenth year. In connection with these reminiscences one fact isremarkable, that though John Eck reared so large a family, and was entirely dependent on his farming operations for a subsistence, yet, with all the disadvantages he labored under and the aid given his children, the inventory of his estate, which is still preserved, shows that his effects amounted to above eight thousand dollars, which was noninconsiderable sum three-quarters of a century ago, originating from such limited means, and may raise a query whether farming may not havethen been more profitable than now."

From History of Montgomery County by Theodore Weber Bean (1884) pp 1136-7
1 2 3
Birth: 19 SEP 1718 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany
Death: 9 JUN 1809 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 4 5 6 7
Christening: 5 FEB 1721 Egerkingen, Solothurn, Switzerland
Burial: 12 JUN 1809 St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Bally, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 6
Immigration: 1747/48
_SDATE: 1 JUL 1747 Pennsylvania
Occupation: Constable of Salford Township 1767 Salford Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania 6
Occupation: Farmer Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania 6 8
Residence: BET 1766 AND 1775 Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 9
Ancestral File #: 1Q71-VBX
Ancestral File #: 226B-15D

Father: Jacob Eck b: ABT 1695 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany
Mother: Anna Maria Margaret Kilcher b: 1700 in Switzerland

Marriage 1 Savilla Ott b: ABT 1725
Married: AFT 1746 in Pennsylvania 10 6
Children
Conrad Eck b: ABT 1746 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Anna Maria Eck b: ABT 1748 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Katarina Eck b: 23 JAN 1749 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Magdalena Eck b: 1750 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Margaret Eck b: 1754 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Marriage 2 Mary Magdalen Snyder b: ABT 1742 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Married: 26 OCT 1762 in Goshenhoppen, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 11 6
Children
girl-1 Eck b: ABT 1763 in Pennsylvania
Theodore Eck b: 1764 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Michael Eck b: ABT 1765 in Goshenhoppen, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
Mary Theresa Eck b: 28 OCT 1766 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Eck b: 1 APR 1768 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Mary Magdalen Eck b: 9 JUN 1769 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Sabina Eck b: ABT 2 MAY 1771 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
John Baptist Eck b: 29 MAY 1773 in Rockhill, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Veronica Eck b: 6 MAR 1775 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Marriage 3 Dorothy Yost Schaeffer
Married: 16 JUN 1778 in Goshenhoppen, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 12 13 6

Sources:
Abbrev: Information from Individuals
Title: (see citations), Information from Individuals
Note:
This source represents all information gained by reference toindividuals, in which contact information is unknown. Typically these have come up as sources in various GEDCOMs without contactinformation. I have consolidated them all here with the citationbeing a reference to the person involved. If contact information is discovered for them, then a seperate source reference will be created.
Page: Makara, Cathy nee Buck
Abbrev: Brian L. Cartwright's info
Title: Cartwright, Brian L., GEDCOMs and other sources. (Manassas Park, VA, blcart95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.n et) rt95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.net .
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Listing Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arkey, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Page: #13
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Page: p. 218
Abbrev: Catholic Trails West
Title: Adams, Edmund & O'Keeffe, Barbara Brady, Catholic Trails West: The Foun ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania (Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore M D, 1989) ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania. Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore M D, 1989.
Page: p. 468
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arke y, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Abbrev: History of Montgomery County
Title: History of Montgomery County
Page: p. 1136-7
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Page: p. 39
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Abbrev: History of Montgomery County
Title: History of Montgomery County
Page: p. 1138
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Page: p. 16
Abbrev: Catholic Trails West
Title: Adams, Edmund & O'Keeffe, Barbara Brady, Catholic Trails West: The Foun ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania (Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore M D, 1989) ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania ding Catholic Families of Pennsylvania. Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore M D, 1989.
Page: p. 469
Abbrev: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819
Title: Goshenhoppen Registers, 1741-1819 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimo re MD, 1984) re MD, 1984.
Page: p. 109
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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=stobie&id=I2160

ID: I2160
Name: Margaret Eck
Given Name: Margaret
Surname: Eck
Sex: F
_UID: DB12F0B867C033488A4CDDF5970FD283DADB
Change Date: 17 Oct 2003 1 2
Birth: 1754 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 3 4
Death: 8 FEB 1826 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania 3
Burial: Conewago Chapel Cemetery, Edge Grove, Adams County, Pennsylvania 3
Will: 12 NOV 1825
Note:
Abstracts of Adams Co., PA Wills
1800-1826: Will Book C, p 55: Storm, Margaret - Conewago Twp., widow.
To be buried in the Roman Catholic burial ground at Conewago Church;bequest to Rev. Mathias Lekeu; children: James, Anthony, Margaret wife
of Englehart Small, Susannah wife of Jacob Wise, Sabina wife of Adam
Lang, Mary (deceased) wife of Paul Dreher; grandchildren: Mary Margaret, Joseph, John, Anthony Dreher; executors: son James, son-in-law Jacob Wise; Witnesses: John Steigers, John L. Gubernator; written: 12 Nov 1825; probate: 21 Feb 1826; recorded: pg 443.
In the name of God Amen: I Margaret Storm of Conewago Township, Adams County State of PA, widow, being in good health of Body and of Sound Mind ... to be buried in the Roman Catholic Burial Ground at Conewago.. IMP It is my will & I do hereby order and direct that all my just debts and funeral Expences be paid and satified .. after my
decease ITEM I give and bequeath unto the Rev'd Mathew Leken one hundred Dollars, to be applied by him to Religious purpose. ITEM I give and bequeath unto Mary Margaret Dreher, my Grand Child, one bed & bedding which she now uses, one Cow, the one which she raised, and
spinning wheel. ITEM I hereby order and direct that my wearing apparell of whatever kind, be distributed among the Poor, under the superintendance of the Rev'd Mathew Laken.
ITEM I further hereby order and direct that the residue of My personal property, remaining after the above distribution, be sold at Public Vendue, as soon as may be after my decease, by my Excutors and the Proceeds of said Venue to be equally divided share and share alike, amongest all my children, namely; James, Anthony, Margaret,
intermarried with Engelhart Small, Susannah intermarried with Jacob Wise, Sabina intermarried with Adam Long, and the four surviving children of my deceased daughter Mary, who was intermarried with Paul Dreher, named Mary Margaret, Joseph, John P, Anthony, shall have and draw one Share with my own children being the Share of my said
deceased daughter, which .. to be in hands of their guardians
ITEM I hereby order and direct my Excu. to have a tombstone made of the value of about Ten Dollars, to be placed on my Grave
ITEM My Books of whatever kind, and such articles of Devotion which I have shall not be sold with my personal property but shall be divided and distributed amongest my children above named, and the Picutures shall be devided amongst my Children & grandchldren above mention..my large Geran Bible belonging of right to my four Grandchildren, I herby order & direct that the same be sold & the proceeds thereof to be divided amongest them. And Lastly I do hereby
nominate and appoint my son JAMES STORM and my son in law Jacob Wise excs. of this my last Will and Testament, which I do hereby make and publish.Wit: John Steigers,
JNO. L Gubernator Account: People listed in the account settlement of Margaret Eck Storm; John Gubernator, George Gett crying vendue, Mary Yeak spinning, Barbara Ginter (for something to do with the funeral), Frs. Renout for coffin, Wiliiam Gillespy, John Cook tombstone, John
Steigers appraising, Jacob Eyster? road tax, Barnitz, Adam Otter, Joseph Krichten digging grave; John Conrad, Frederick Nutzger?, Henry Lilly, John L. Gubernator clerking, Rev. Mathew Leken specific Legacy,
Joseph Schmuck printing, Joseph Sneeringer, Barbara Rosenstell Funeral service, George Dutterer county tax, Philip Leonard.Inventory of Margaret Eck Storm: 1 tin plate stove & pipe, 3 tables, 8 day clock & case, Cupboard with all in and on it, 6 chairs, looking glass,
sundries, 13 yds of carpeting, lot of towels & old linnan 29 yds of Cotton, linen & woolen cloth, lot of potatoes in celler, lot of barrels, lot of corn, 19 bushels of wheat, Cotton Wheel, 2 shoats, 1 ton hay, 30 bundles straw, 1 windmill, 7 bushels of rye, 3 cow hains, hay fork, 1 young Cow & heifer, 1 sleigh, 7 head of sheep, 20 chickens, 200 shingles, Bedstead & bedding, 4 cakes of Lard, sausages?
& dough tray, 12 bags & small bags with dried apples, lot of wheat flour, rye flour, harts?, bran, 3 Kettles, iron pots, dutch oven, churn, 4 tubs, 2 meat tubs, kitchen funriture, small cupboard, lot of jars, 400 weight of meat, 6 yards of linnen cloth & umbrella, stack of
Hay
Residence: BET 1793 AND 1826 Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania 3

Father: John Jacob Eck b: 19 SEP 1718 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany
Mother: Savilla Ott b: ABT 1725

Marriage 1 Joseph Storm b: 22 NOV 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland
Married: 3
Children
Margaret Mary Storm b: ABT 1786
Anna Mary Storm b: ABT 1788
James Storm b: 16 JAN 1788 in Carroll County, Maryland
Theresa Storm b: 15 SEP 1791 in Pennsylvania
Catharine Storm b: 30 APR 1793 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Sabina Storm b: 30 OCT 1796 in Pennsylvania
Anthony Storm b: 1798
Susanna Storm b: ABT 1799
Peter Storm

Sources:
Abbrev: Brian L. Cartwright's info
Title: Cartwright, Brian L., GEDCOMs and other sources. (Manassas Park, VA, bl cart95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.n et) rt95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.net .
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arke y, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Page: #135
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arkey, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Abbrev: LynnLizzie's info
Title: Weissberg, Lynn Elizabeth, Information from emails and GEDCOM. (LynnLiz zie@aol.com) ie@aol.com.
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ID: I2200
Name: Joseph Storm
Given Name: Joseph
Surname: Storm
Sex: M
_UID: D6D175E591106443856B70DDDCDAE6ACCEE1
Change Date: 17 Oct 2003 1
Birth: 22 NOV 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland 2
Death: 6 JAN 1815 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania 2
Burial: 1815 Conewago Chapel Cemetery, Edge Grove, Adams County, Pennsylvania 2
Will: 5 JAN 1815
Note:
Adams Co. will book B, will dated 5 Jan 1815, probated 27 Jan 1815,recorded pg 370. Names wife Margaret and children: Anna Mary, widow ofPaul Baumgardner; Lavina wife of Adam Long; Margaret, wife of Englehardt Small; James, Susanna, Anthony, bequest to Baumgardner grandchildren, naming Jacob; executors son James, son-in-law Adam Long; witnesses: John Miller, Anthony Grichtin, John Aulebaugh. (A)I also found a Joseph Storm in the Conawago Chapel cemetery, b. 22 Nov1 759, d. 6 Jan 1815 and a Margaret next to him, d. 8 Feb 1826 age 72 yrs.
In the name of God Amen I Joseph Storm of the Township of Conewago In the County of Adams and State of PA yeoman being very Sick and weak inbody but of a Sound and Disposing mind memory and understanding blessed be God for the Same Considering the uncertainy of this... do
make and publish this my Last Will & Testament In manner and form following VIZ Principally and first of all I Recomend my immortal soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my body to the Earth to be buried in a Decent and Christian Like manner at the Discretion of
my Exs. herein named ... Viz: I give and Device unto my Dearly beloved Wife Margaret all my Land and plantation whereon I now Live and the money ... during her natural life or Widowhood, all my house furniture that she makes Choice of and Kitchen furniture my said Wife shall be at Liberty to take Without being appraised or Sold by public
Sale the Remainder of my Personal Estate to be Sold by way of Public Sale by my Executors and the money Arising therefrom to be Dividedamong my said Wife and Children first making all my Children Even Whereas I have Given Goods and furniture to my three Daughters Margaret intermarried with Engel Small and my daughter Ana maryIntermarried with Paul ? who is now Deceased and my daughter Savina Intermarried with Adam Long now it is my will that all my children shall have and Receive as much In goods and furniture as What my said three Daughters had then the Remainder of my Personal estate to be Equally Divided Among them one sixth part to my said Wife one sixth part to my Daughter ... the children of my Daughter Anamary intermarried with Paul these to ? ? until after the decease of my said wife and Whereas Jacob Bamgardner the oldest son of my said Daughter Ann Mary ? I give him one hundred dollars which is ... ... and assigns
forever and Whereas I have an obligation against Peter? Conrad In the State of Maryland Which obligation is in the office Records In Frederick Town for the State of Maryland In Which I Do also Empower my Exectors to ask Demand and Reserve for the use of my Said heirs and Deliver it as aforesaid I also give my said Executors full power and Authority to Lift all papers Deeds and other Instruments of Writings on Record In Maryland or State of Pennsylvania and also give them full power to make Deeds titles Whatsoever of or to Any of my Estate property whatsoever ... I have in Maryland and Pennsylvania... And lastly I nominate constitute and appoint my dearly beloved son James Storm and my son-in-law Adam Long to be my executors of this my last will and Testament Ratifying this and no other to be my Last Will & Testament In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & Seal the 5th day of January 1815
Wit: John Miller, Anthony Grichten, Jn Aulebaugh [ADDITION] BeforeSigning & Sealing I direct & Impower my Executors to Bind out my Son Anthony to a trade which He the Said Anthony is to make choice of and Whereas there is a dispute of Lands which I have Sold to Jacob Baumgardner and I now find that Joseph Sneriger can be ? Witness and
prove the Line of Said Lands Sufficiently that We the Said Snerignerhas Sold the Land to Joseph Wible no further than to the Lane and? has in the State of Maryland. Account May 27, 1817 - $4476.06
Residence: BET 1793 AND 1815 Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania 2

Father: John Sturm b: 21 JAN 1723 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Mother: Maria Elizabeth Tanner b: 9 MAR 1730 in Walldorf, Germany

Marriage 1 Margaret Eck b: 1754 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Married: 2
Children
Margaret Mary Storm b: ABT 1786
Anna Mary Storm b: ABT 1788
James Storm b: 16 JAN 1788 in Carroll County, Maryland
Theresa Storm b: 15 SEP 1791 in Pennsylvania
Catharine Storm b: 30 APR 1793 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Sabina Storm b: 30 OCT 1796 in Pennsylvania
Anthony Storm b: 1798
Susanna Storm b: ABT 1799
Peter Storm

Sources:
Abbrev: Brian L. Cartwright's info
Title: Cartwright, Brian L., GEDCOMs and other sources. (Manassas Park, VA, bl cart95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.n et) rt95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.net .
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arke y, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
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ID: I8447
Name: Margaret Mary Storm
Given Name: Margaret Mary
Surname: Storm
Sex: F
_UID: 7AACF8645B23CE479EC1FBC30C089668446C
Change Date: 17 Oct 2003 1 2
Birth: ABT 1786 3
Baptism: Bally, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
Death: Y

Father: Joseph Storm b: 22 NOV 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland
Mother: Margaret Eck b: 1754 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Marriage 1 Joannes Engelhard "John" "Engel" Small b: ABT 1775 in Germany
Married: ABT 1802 3
Children
Maria Ellen Small b: 28 JAN 1802 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Joseph Small b: 8 DEC 1803 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Catharina Small b: 9 MAY 1806 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Johannes "John" Small b: 28 SEP 1807 in Pennsylvania
James Small b: 17 APR 1809 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Michael H. Small b: 4 AUG 1812
Susanna Small b: 26 DEC 1813 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Small b: 29 SEP 1816 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Anthony Small b: 17 MAY 1819 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Francis Nicholas Small b: 14 MAR 1821 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Aloysius Small b: 23 FEB 1824 in Pennsylvania
Margaret Sara Small b: 13 JUN 1826 in Pennsylvania
Cornelius Daniel Small b: ABT JUL 1844 in Adams County, Pennsylvania

Sources:
Abbrev: Brian L. Cartwright's info
Title: Cartwright, Brian L., GEDCOMs and other sources. (Manassas Park, VA, bl cart95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.n et) rt95@erols.com or blcart95@netzero.net or brian.cartwright2@verizon.net .
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arke y, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
Page: #1351
Abbrev: Eck Families, A Compilation
Title: Arkey, Helen, Eck Families, A Compilation of Eck Families Primarily Lis ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher Helen E. Arkey , 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@A OL.COM) ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher ting Descendants of Jacob Egg/Eck and Anna Marie Kilcher. Helen E. Arke y, 1511 South St. #2, Allentown, PA 18102, 1992, rev. 1998 (GENSEEKER@ AOL.COM).
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Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. Joseph Storm was born 22 NOV 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 6 JAN 1815 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania. He was buried 1815 in Conewago Chapel Cemetery, Edge Grove, Adams County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 4. John Sturm and 5. Maria Elizabeth Tanner.

3. Margaret Eck was born 1754 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and died 8 FEB 1826 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in Conewago Chapel Cemetery, Edge Grove, Adams County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 6. John Jacob Eck and 7. Savilla Ott.

Children of Margaret Eck and Joseph Storm are:
1. i. Margaret Mary Storm was born ABT 1786. She married Joannes Engelhard "John" "Engel" Small ABT 1802, son of John Schmall and Maria. He was born ABT 1775 in Germany, and died 17 FEB 1850 in Adams County, Pennsylvania.
ii. Anna Mary Storm was born ABT 1788, and died 12 JUL 1813. She married Paul Dreher ABT 1808. She married Paul Baumgardner. He died AFT 1815.
iii. James Storm was born 16 JAN 1788 in Carroll County, Maryland, and died 2 JAN 1871 in Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland. He married Sarah Gillmeyer 26 MAY 1817 in Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland, daughter of Francis Gillmeyer and Catherine. She was born 31 JUL 1794 in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland, and died 10 FEB 1859 in Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland.
iv. Theresa Storm was born 15 SEP 1791 in Pennsylvania.
v. Catharine Storm was born 30 APR 1793 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania. She married John Burke 25 AUG 1818 in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Taneytown, Maryland.
vi. Sabina Storm was born 30 OCT 1796 in Pennsylvania. She married Adam Long 10 NOV 1814 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania.
vii. Anthony Storm was born 1798. He married Mary Guenther 6 JUN 1819 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Anthony Guenther and Christine. She was born 1798.
viii. Susanna Storm was born ABT 1799. She married Jacob Wise 25 NOV 1817 in Conewago Chapel, Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania.
ix. Peter Storm.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3

4. John Sturm was born 21 JAN 1723 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, was christened 31 JAN 1723 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 1 JAN 1805 in Carroll County, Maryland. He was buried in near Mcsherrystown, Adams County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 8. Christian Sturm and 9. Anna Barbara Gah.

5. Maria Elizabeth Tanner was born 9 MAR 1730 in Walldorf, Germany. She was the daughter of 10. Michael Tanner and 11. Maria Eva.

Children of Maria Elizabeth Tanner and John Sturm are: i. John Storm was born 3 MAY 1756 in Adams County, Pennsylvania, and died 14 FEB 1816 in Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. He married Susan Wysong 6 MAR 1796 in Conewago Chapel, Adams County, Pennsylvania, daughter of John Lewis Wysong and Ann Catherine Kitzmiller. She was born 25 JUL 1773 in York, York County, Pennsylvania, and died 11 NOV 1837 in Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
2. ii. Joseph Storm was born 22 NOV 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 6 JAN 1815 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania. He married Margaret Eck, daughter of John Jacob Eck and Savilla Ott. She was born 1754 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and died 8 FEB 1826 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania.
iii. Peter Storm was born 22 JAN 1762 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 4 NOV 1842 in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland. He married Eva Grett 1786, daughter of John Grett and Anna Elizabeth. She was born ABT 1765, and died 9 JAN 1840 in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland.
iv. Maria Storm was born 19 JUL 1765 in Taneytown, Carroll County, Maryland, and died 15 JAN 1843 in Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania. She married Jacob Adams ABT 1784 in Conewago, York County, Pennsylvania, son of Thomas I. Adams and Magdalena. He was born 10 JUL 1761 in Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania, and died 19 AUG 1822 in Berwick Township, York County, Pennsylvania.
v. Christopher Storm was born 1768 in Taneytown, Carroll County, Maryland, and died 28 JAN 1812 in Conewago, Adams County, Pennsylvania. He married Maria Anna Hoffman, daughter of Christian Hoffman and Catharine. She was born 21 JAN 1774, and died 3 JAN 1863 in Taneytown, Carroll County, Maryland.
vi. Elizabeth Storm was born 17 MAR 1770 in Taneytown, Frederick County, Maryland, and died 16 SEP 1866 in Emmittsburg, Maryland. She married John Dapper ABT 1795, son of Andrew Dapper and Anna Maria Riffel. He was born 11 APR 1771 in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, was christened 11 APR 1771 in Pennsylvania, and died 16 FEB 1847 in Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland.
vii. Joakim Storm was born 1772 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died AUG 1844 in Greenfield Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. He married Maria "Polly" Cassidy 6 SEP 1797 in Conewago Chapel, Adams County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Patrick Cassidy and Mary Mooney. She was born ABT 1783, and died 20 FEB 1835 in Newry, Blair County, Pennsylvania.
viii. Mary Magdalene Storm was born 1775 in Taneytown, Frederick County, Maryland.

6. John Jacob Eck was born 19 SEP 1718 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany, was christened 5 FEB 1721 in Egerkingen, Solothurn, Switzerland, and died 9 JUN 1809 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He was buried 12 JUN 1809 in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Bally, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 12. Jacob Eck and 13. Anna Maria Margaret Kilcher.

7. Savilla Ott was born ABT 1725, and died BEF OCT 1762 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 14. Ott.

Children of Savilla Ott and John Jacob Eck are:
i. Conrad Eck was born ABT 1746 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He married Catherine Algier, daughter of Joseph Algier and Rachel.
ii. Anna Maria Eck was born ABT 1748 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and died 18 JUN 1819 in Derry Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. She married Martin Miller 6 NOV 1769 in Most Blessed Sacrament Church, Bally, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. He died BEF 1809.
iii. Katarina Eck was born 23 JAN 1749 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and died 25 APR 1828 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. She married Simon Adams 13 FEB 1776 in Most Blessed Sacrament Church, Bally, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, son of Joseph Abraham Adams and Anna Maria Kupser. He was born ABT 1749/50, and died 27 MAR 1803 in Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
iv. Magdalena Eck was born 1750 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and died SEP 1765 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
3. v. Margaret Eck was born 1754 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and died 8 FEB 1826 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania. She married Joseph Storm, son of John Sturm and Maria Elizabeth Tanner. He was born 22 NOV 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 6 JAN 1815 in Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4

8. Christian Sturm was born 1661/62 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 9 AUG 1734 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. He was the son of 16. Johann Peter Sturm and 17. Anna Barbara.

9. Anna Barbara Gah was born ABT 1675, was christened 29 SEP 1675 in Plankstadt, Baden-Wurtemberg, Germany, and died in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. She was the daughter of 18. Paulus Gah and 19. Margaretha.

Children of Anna Barbara Gah and Christian Sturm are: i. Johann Jacob Sturm was born 1701 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 7 FEB 1757 in Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland. He married Anna Maria Benedictina Sauer 24 APR 1725 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, daughter of Johan Nicheim Sauer and Anna Maria Strihl. She was born 15 AUG 1703 in Neckarau, Baden, Wurtemberg, Germany, and died in Pennsylvania.
ii. Maria Barbara Sturm was born 3 DEC 1702 in Fairplay, Maryland?, and died 14 OCT 1788 in Fairplay, Maryland?. She married Johann Jacob Bruner 27 NOV 1725 in Klein-Schifferstadt, Rheinland, Pfalz, Germany, son of Josepf Johann Bruner and Cattrina Elisabetha Thomas. He was born 9 JUN 1702 in Klein-Schifferstadt, Rheinland, Pfalz, Germany, and died 25 SEP 1786 in Fairplay, Maryland?.
4. iii. John Sturm was born 21 JAN 1723 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 1 JAN 1805 in Carroll County, Maryland. He married Maria Elizabeth Tanner, daughter of Michael Tanner and Maria Eva. She was born 9 MAR 1730 in Walldorf, Germany.

10. Michael Tanner was born ABT 1701 in Weisloch, Germany, was christened 8 MAY 1701 in Reformed Church, Weisloch, Germany, and died MAR 1777 in Frederick County, Maryland. He was the son of 20. Hans Danner.

11. Maria Eva was born in Germany, and died BEF 1777.

Child of Maria Eva and Michael Tanner is:
5. i. Maria Elizabeth Tanner was born 9 MAR 1730 in Walldorf, Germany. She married John Sturm, son of Christian Sturm and Anna Barbara Gah. He was born 21 JAN 1723 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, was christened 31 JAN 1723 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 1 JAN 1805 in Carroll County, Maryland.

12. Jacob Eck was born ABT 1695 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany, and died BET 13 FEB 1748 AND 28 APR 1748 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

13. Anna Maria Margaret Kilcher was born 1700 in Switzerland, and died ABT 1740 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Anna Maria Margaret Kilcher and Jacob Eck are:
6. i. John Jacob Eck was born 19 SEP 1718 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany, and died 9 JUN 1809 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He married Savilla Ott AFT 1746 in Pennsylvania, daughter of Ott. She was born ABT 1725, and died BEF OCT 1762 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Magdalen Snyder 26 OCT 1762 in Goshenhoppen, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. She was born ABT 1742 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and died 6 MAR 1775 in Ridge Valley, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He married Dorothy Yost Schaeffer 16 JUN 1778 in Goshenhoppen, Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. She died AFT 1809.
ii. Jacob Leontius "Leonz" Eck was born 15 APR 1718 in Peregrini, Solothurn, Switzerland, and died 1 JAN 1792 in Solothurn Canton, Switzerland. He married Maria Burkhard 22 APR 1743 in Egerkingen, Solothurn, Switzerland, daughter of Ursus Christian Burkhard and Eva Weiss. She was born 5 JAN 1709/10.
iii. Catherine Eck was born 19 JUL 1719 in Egerkingen, Solothurn, Switzerland. She married Adam Kuoni 1 JUN 1744 in Egerkingen, Solothurn, Switzerland.
iv. Anna Maria Barbara Eck was born 27 MAY 1722 in Oberbuchsiten, Switzerland, and died BEF 1743.
v. Theodorus Joseph Eck was born 31 AUG 1723 in Solothurn Canton, Switzerland, and died AFT 1748 in Germany.
vi. Joseph Eck was born 1725 in Germany, and died 7 DEC 1794 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He married Catharine Anna ABT 1755. She was born ABT 1730, and died 1805 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
vii. Anna Maria Eck was born ABT 1726 in Switzerland or Germany, and died 13 JUN 1807 in Taneytown, Carroll County, Maryland. She married Valentine Johan Weibel BET FEB 1748 AND AUG 1748. He was born 1720 in Switzerland, and died 28 FEB 1777 in Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
viii. Johannes Jacob Eck was born 6 MAR 1726 in Blumlismatt, and died 1 APR 1726 in Oberbuchsiten, Solothurn, Switzerland.
ix. Jacob Eck was born 21 DEC 1728 in Switzerland, and died 20 FEB 1798 in Taneytown, Frederick County, Maryland. He married Anna Krafft BET 1746 AND 1748 in Montgomery or Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Andreas Krafft and Mary Catherine Kitzmiller. She was born 27 DEC 1734 in Northkill, Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and died ABT 1764 in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Schmidt 3 MAR 1767 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. She was born 1748 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died 18 JAN 1830 in Westminster, Frederick County, Maryland.
x. Anna Catherine Eck was born 1728 in Germany, and died 30 APR 1781 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. She married Rudolph Buecky 14 AUG 1748 in German Reformed Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, son of Hans Heinrich B£chi and Elisabeth Sommer. He died 21 JAN 1793 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
xi. John J. Eck was born 1730 in Blumlisnatt, and died 20 JUN 1821 in Rockland Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Eva Catherine Stahl ABT 1756 in Rockland Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. She was born ABT 1730, and died 13 FEB 1814 in Rockland Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
xii. Anna Eck was born 6 APR 1732 in Switzerland or Germany?, and died 1768. She married Mark Hunnicker. He was born ABT 1728.
xiii. Jacob Christian Eck was born 17 DEC 1736 in Oberbuchsiten, Solothurn, Switzerland.

14. Ott.

Child of Ott is:
7. i. Savilla Ott was born ABT 1725, and died BEF OCT 1762 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. She married John Jacob Eck AFT 1746 in Pennsylvania, son of Jacob Eck and Anna Maria Margaret Kilcher. He was born 19 SEP 1718 in Baselbede, Alsace, Germany, was christened 5 FEB 1721 in Egerkingen, Solothurn, Switzerland, and died 9 JUN 1809 in Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 5

16. Johann Peter Sturm was born 1641 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 12 OCT 1709 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. He was the son of 32. Sebastian Sturm and 33. Maria Barbara Closs.

17. Anna Barbara was born ABT 1634, and died 17 MAR 1721 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.

Child of Anna Barbara and Johann Peter Sturm is:
8. i. Christian Sturm was born 1661/62 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 9 AUG 1734 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. He married Anna Barbara Gah 10 MAY 1695 in St. Jakobus Kirche, Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, daughter of Paulus Gah and Margaretha. She was born ABT 1675, was christened 29 SEP 1675 in Plankstadt, Baden-Wurtemberg, Germany, and died in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.

18. Paulus Gah was born 1650. He was the son of 36. Hans Gerhard Gah.

19. Margaretha was born 1650.

Child of Margaretha and Paulus Gah is:
9. i. Anna Barbara Gah was born ABT 1675, and died in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. She married Christian Sturm 10 MAY 1695 in St. Jakobus Kirche, Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, son of Johann Peter Sturm and Anna Barbara. He was born 1661/62 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 9 AUG 1734 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.

20. Hans Danner was born ABT 1680 in Wasungen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thuringia, Germany, and died 3 AUG 1715 in Wasungen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thuringia, Germany. He was buried in Wasungen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thuringia, Germany. He was the son of 40. Johann "Hans" Danner and 41. Anna Barbara Schaff.

Children of Hans Danner are:
i. Dietrich Danner was born ABT 1699 in Germany, and died 1759 in York County, Pennsylvania.
10. ii. Michael Tanner was born ABT 1701 in Weisloch, Germany, and died MAR 1777 in Frederick County, Maryland. He married Maria Eva 17 JAN 1728 in Heidelberg?, Germany. She was born in Germany, and died BEF 1777.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 6

32. Sebastian Sturm was born ABT 1610 in Germany.

33. Maria Barbara Closs was born 1619 in Germany.

Child of Maria Barbara Closs and Sebastian Sturm is:16. i. Johann Peter Sturm was born 1641 in Klein Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and died 12 OCT 1709 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. He married Anna Barbara. She was born ABT 1634, and died 17 MAR 1721 in Schifferstadt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.


36. Hans Gerhard Gah.

Child of Hans Gerhard Gah is:
18. i. Paulus Gah was born 1650. He married Margaretha. She was born 1650.

40. Johann "Hans" Danner was born 17 MAY 1656 in Wasungen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thuringia, Germany, and died 24 MAY 1715 in Wasungen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thuringia, Germany. He was buried in Wasungen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thuringia, Germany. He was the son of 80. Viet Danner and 81. Magdalene Guellner.

41. Anna Barbara Schaff was born 26 APR 1654 in Schnalkalden, Sachs-Meningen, Thuringia, Germany. She was the daughter of 82. David Schaff.

Child of Anna Barbara Schaff and Johann "Hans" Danner is:
20. i. Hans Danner was born ABT 1680 in Wasungen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thuringia, Germany, and died 3 AUG 1715 in Wasungen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thuringia, Germany.


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