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Re: Nicholas Inbody Family,s/o Daniel Inbody
Posted by: Una Bowman (ID *****5033) Date: February 01, 2009 at 15:19:18
In Reply to: Re: Nicholas Inbody Family,s/o Daniel Inbody by Don Inbody of 86

Your website has “Nicholas, the third son, married Ann Margaret Bruner on December 10, 1768, at the St. Gabriel’s Church in Douglassville, Pennsylvania. The church is still located on the same property, on the banks of the Schuylkill.” I assume this was just a typo. As later you have her listed in the family register as Linn.

This is the information I have about the wife of Nicholas Inbody. His wife was the daughter Peter Linn (the son of Theobald Linn, and his wife Anna Catharine Hahn) and his wife Anna Margaretha (Brunner) Linn (daughter of Felix Brunner and Anna Barbara Guttinger.)

Margaret Ann Linn and her husband Nicholas Inbody along with Margaret Anna’s six Linn siblings shared in the estate of her Mother Anna Margaretha (Brunner ) Linn, Shantzenbach who married as her second husband, John George Schantzenbach, on 25 November 1761, in St. Paul’s Church, Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. They were parents of George Schantzenbach, a Blacksmith of Upper Saucon Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania and Catherine Schantzenbach, wife of Casper Rumfelt, a yeoman, also of Upper Saucon Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania.

Nicholas and Margaret (Linn) Imboth/Imbodi/Imbody were sponsors of two children of her brother Dewalt/Theobald Linn.


“6. Margaret Ann Lynn born 1748- 21 April 1820 and married 10 December 1768 in St. Gabriel’s Church, Douglasville, Berks County, Pennsylvania to Nicholas Inbody, a Blacksmith,. Their son Mathias Inbody born 18 October 1780 in Pennsylvania.. Son, Johannes Impode/Imbody son of Nicholas and his wife Anna Margaretha (Linn) Inbody/Inboty was married in 1792 in by Rev. Johann Wilhelm Ingold of St. Joseph’s Oley Hill Church in Pike Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. All children of Johannes were baptized in Lowhill Church, Lowhill Township, Leigh County. In 1816 Nicholas received a land grant in Ohio and migrated to Hocking County, Ohio. Nicholas died in March of 1823 and was buried in Bright Cemetery, Logan, Hocking County, Ohio, as was his wife Anna Margareth (Linn) Inbody whose death was 21 April, 1820.”


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