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Re: Carl & Bartel Hornberger
Posted by: Kay Livengood Heavrin (ID *****8374) Date: May 10, 2007 at 13:44:42
In Reply to: Re: Hornberger, USA Homepage by JAMES DOLLINS of 341

To All Hornberger researchers,
Parents of Carl & Bartel are:
Johan Carl Hornberger b. ca 1680 Eshelbronn, Kraichgau, Ger.
To Michelfeld 1701.
He d. 1728 Michelfeld
M. bef. 1705
Barbara ?? b. ca 1685 - d. 24 Mar 1741 Michelfeld.
Three known children:
Johan Carl
Johan Bartholomaus
Ursula Margaretha

Johan Carl Hornberger II
b. 24 Jan 1705 Michelfeld, Ger
To: America 5 Sep 1730 on board "Alexander & Ann" landing at Philadelphia, Pa.
d. Between 30 Nov 1785 and 17 Jan 1786 Berks Co. Pa.
M. 31 Aug 1736 at Leacock
Anna Eva Saur
b. ca 1709 Michelfeld, Ger.
6 known children:
Johan Carl
Maria Eva
Johan Carl
Georg Friederich
Johan Jacob
John Conrad

Hans Bartel Hornberger
b. Apr 1707 Michelfeld, Ger.
To America 5 Sep 1730 on board "Alexander & Anne" with brother Johan Carl Hornberger.
d. bef 1753 in Pa.
m. 25 Aug 1733 Chestnut Hill, Pa (Bucks or Lehigh Co.)
Anna Elizabeth Reiffen
b. 11 Aug 1709
d. 29 Apr 1788
Anna Elizabeth married as a 2nd husband: Andrew/Andreas Bayer/Beyer before 1753.
Hans Bartel & Anna Elizabeth Hornberger had 4 known children:
Maria Barbara
*Anna Margaretha
Anna Maria

Anna Margaretha
b. ca 1736 in Pa
d. 1799 in Rowan Co. NC - Buried Bethany Ref. Lutheran Church Cemetery (now Davidson Co. NC)
m. 2 March 1760 at Old Goshenhoppen Lutheran Church - Montgomery Co. Pa)
Hartman Leibengut/Livengood
b. 7 Oct 1727 Ger
d. 5 Jul 1806 Rowan Co. Nc - buried Bethany Ref. Lutheran
Church Cemetery ( Now Davidson Co. NC)

My info regarding the elder Hornbergers comes from:
"Eighteenth Century Emigrants" Vol. 1, The Northern Kraichgau by Annette Kunselman Burgert

My info on Hornberger/Livengood is with primary sources from North Carolina and Pennslyvania and walking the Bethany Ref. Luth. Ch. Cem. and dragging my patient husband along. Hope this info helps others. My line is Hartman Sr, Hartman Jr, Noah, John, John F., Fred & Me. Good Luck All!!!

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