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Re: Barnet Deemer
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: August 23, 2007 at 16:45:11
In Reply to: Barnet Deemer by Jeannette Rhodes of 2281

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkinsley&id=I21745
ID: I21745
Name: Johannes Diemer
Sex: M
Birth: in Germany
Note:
The DEEMER family of Bucks county are descendants of Johnanes DEIMER, who emigrated from Germany in the ship Davy, arriving in Philadelphia, October 25, 1738, and soon after settled on a large tract of land in Nockamixon township, on the river, just below the Durham line. Whether he was the same John DEIMER, who was a captain of a company in the expedition against Quebec in 1746-7, is problematical. Traditions in the family seem to bear out the theory that he was. Tradition further relates that he was reared in the Roman Catholic faith and educated for the ministry, but becoming enamored of a Protestant maid, he married her and emigrated to America to escape the wrath of his family and church. The name of DIEMER appears in different parts of Pennsylvania at about the time of his arrival. A John DIEMER, practitioner in Physic and Chirurgery was a land owner in New Providence township, now Montgomery county, as early as 1734, and died there in 1759. He purchased land in Bucks county in 1753, which was sold by the sheriff after his death on suit against his administrator, James DEIMER. A Michael DEIMER settled in Limerick township in 1769 and died there in 1795, leaving sons George and Daniel and a daughter Eve, who married Jacob PAINTER. The eldest son George removed to Vincent township, Chester county, and is the ancestor of a family of the name located later in the Cumberland valley.

Johannes DEIMER was the father of Michael DEIMER, mentioned at length hereinafter and probably of George DEEMER, "House Carpenter," who purchased land in Rockhill in 1773, which he and wife Dorothea conveyed in 1777, as well as of Joseph DEIMER who located in New Jersey at about the same date, after having resided some years in Durham, Bucks county.

Text taken from page 358-359 of: Davis, William W. H., A.M., History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania [New York-Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1905] Volume III
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For almost two centuries the DEEMER family has been represented in Pennsylvania. There were at one time extensive historical records concerning this family, but unfortunately many of these were destroyed, although authentic record is obtainable to some degree concerning the early settlers of the representatives of the name in the new word.

The immigrant ancestors of the American branch of the DIEMER (as was the original form of the name) family came from Rhenish, Bavaria. They were protestants in religion, being adherents of the doctrines of Zwingli, the great Swiss reformer. They came to America very early in the eighteenth century, presumably with that great influx of their countrymen who came about 1707. As the family tradition has it, they came to Pennsylvania “more than one hundred years previous to the second war with Great Britain.” This would fix the date of their coming at not later than 1711, but the earlier date of 1707 is generally accepted as the true one. They first settled near Germantown, and engaged in clearing off land for other families, getting out timber for building purposes, burning charcoal, and cutting up wood for fuel, which they marketed in Philadelphia. From the vicinity of Germantown they removed to Providence township. Philadelphia (now Montgomery) county.

John DEEMER was a landowner in Lower Providence township in 1734, but the family was settled there before that time. In 1727 a German Reform church (said by some to be the first regularly organized church of that denomination in the United States, but which Mr. LAMBERT doubts), was organized at Skippack by the Rev. George Michael WEISS. Among the original officers of this church was Jacob DIEMER, and it is believed that he or his ancestors were among the first German Reformers in America.

About 1740 a part of the DEEMER family (as the name now appears) removed from their Montgomery county home and settled in Durham, Bucks county. Here they followed farming, charcoal burning, and working in the iron furnaces. Some years after settling in Durham, a part of the family located in Nockamixon, and the greater number of their descendants of the present day live in these two townships, with a number in Williams township, Northampton county. Joseph DEEMER, a native of Durham, when a young man located in Hunterdon county, New Jersey, and worked at “the forge,” presumably Exeter Forge. When the Revolutionary war broke out he enlisted in the First New Jersey Regiment and served throughout the entire struggle, belonging during that time to four of five different organizations. All trace of him is lost soon after the restoration of peace. Pertinent to this narrative is the fact that after a lapse of eight years another DEEMER, Edward by name, also a native of Durham, enlisted in the New Jersey regiment (the Thirty-first) and served in the civil war.

Source: History of Bucks County, Pa Volume 3 by William H. Davis
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By 1738 the Diemer name appeared in several parts of Pennsylvania. Among them were John Deemer, a surgeon in Montgomery County (northeast of Philadelphia), Michael Diemer in Limerick Township, Bucks County, along the Delaware River just south of Easton, and George Diemer in Chester County. Others appeared in Northampton County between Easton and Stroudsburg, and in the Susquehanna and Juniata vallies.

One line of Deemers descends from Johannes, who arrived in Philadelphia from Germany on October 25, 1738 aboard the Davy. He eventually settled on a large tract of land in Nockamixon Township just below the Durham Township line in northern Bucks County. In Europe he had been a Roman Catholic. He married a Protestant girl and emigrated to escape the wrath of the families and the Church. Tradition holds that he was the Captain Johannes Deemer who participated in the expedition against Quebec in 1746-47.

The genealogy of this branch of the family is well documented. Their history is closely linked to the history of northern Bucks County, as they were among the founding fathers of this region. They were farmers, lumberman, and as late as 1905, employees of the iron furnaces at Durham.

Source: Rootsweb, "Deemer in Pennsylvania" webpage


Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
George Michael Diemer b: ABT 1738
George Diemer
Joseph Diemer

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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkinsley&id=I21742
ID: I21742
Name: George Michael Diemer
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1738
Death: MAR 1797 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Note:
Johannes DEIMER was the father of Michael DEIMER, mentioned at length hereinafter and probably of George DEEMER, "House Carpenter," who purchased land in Rockhill in 1773, which he and wife Dorothea conveyed in 1777, as well as of Joseph DEIMER who located in New Jersey at about the same date, after having resided some years in Durham, Bucks county.

Michael DEEMER, son of Johannes, the immigrant of 1738, and ancestor of all the present Bucks county family, was born in or near Durham, Bucks county, about the year1750. On the division of the Durham tract in 1773, he purchased one hundred and sixty-three acres on the Nockamixon line, and in 1789 purchased a tract adjoining in Nockamixon. He died in 1797, and his widow Elizabeth, some years later. They were the parents of thirteen children, John, Jacob, Mereles, Catharine, Soloman, Madlena, Sarah, Michael, George, Henry, Frederick, Barnet, and Margaret. Michael and Elizabeth DEEMER were among the original members of Nockamixon Reformed church at its organization in 1773, and the baptism of several of the above children appear of record there, the earliest one to be baptised there, however, being Sarah, born October 2, 1774, and the last one Margaret, on March 17, 1782. John DEEMER, the eldest son, died a year before his father, leaving eight small children, Benjamin, John, Mary, Margaret, Sarah, Hannah, Michael, and Catherine. The eldest, Benjamin, born April 17, 1784, is the paternal ancestor of Newberry DEEMER, of Bridgeton, through the marriage of his daughter Sarah to William DEEMER, son of Frederick, above mentioned. Michael DEEMER, another son of Michael and Elizabeth, born December 20, 1776, died March 8, 1850, was the grandfather of Edward DEEMER, a soldier in the civil war and lately a resident of Doylestown; and Elias DEEMER, the prominent lumber merchant and business man of Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Barnet DEEMER, youngest son of Michael, Sr., settled in Rockhill and was the father of Mrs. Michael Lehman, of Doylestown.

Test taken from page 358-359 of: Davis, William W. H., A.M., History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania [New York-Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1905] Volume III
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LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF MICHAEL DEEMER
Will Book No. 6, Page 9
Written 11 Aug. 1795 * Proved 30 Mar. 1797

In the name of God Amen I Michael Deemer of Durham Township in
the County of Bucks and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania yeoman being weak in body but of sound mind and memory (blessed by God) do this Eleventh day of August in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety five, Make and Publish this my last Will And Testament in manner and form following (that is to say) First I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved Wife Elizabeth all my household Furniture or such part of it as she pleases, Three Cows, six Sheep, two Hogs, and Yearly to receive the One Third of all grains, Flax, Potatoes, and Hay raised on my Plantation whereon I now live and have in
my Possession for the use of herself and Minor Children, to have her
said Cows and Sheep pastured where the Other Cows & Sheep on said place are pastured, to have the use of the House I now live in, What Gardon she wants liberty to keep fowls, as many apples and as much Cyder as she has occasion for her own and minor Childrens’ use, to have the stove as it now stands, liberty to cut firewood on said place, and to have a good young mare and pasture for the same to have the Mare Cows and Sheep well kept in Winter which keeping
shall be in lieu of her One third of the Hay raised on my said place, When she pleases to raise a Calf or Colt to have keeping for either or both, If it
should become more convenient (and she willing) for her to leave said Dwelling House, a good Comfortable House, & other Buildings is to be built on my said place for her out of my said estate.
And if it so happens that she remains my Widow and lives to see all my
children of age, from and after that time she is no longer to receive the thirds as
above mentioned, but Yearly to receive, eight Bushels wheat, twelve Bushels Rye, eight Bushels Buckwheat, as much Indian corn as she may have Occasion for to fatten her Hogs and for her own use, and six Pounds in Gold and Silver money, to keep only two Cows, two Sheep and two Hogs, the Cows and Sheep, to be well kept Summer and Winter, on my said Place, but provided she choses to take another Husband, she is immediately after her said marriage to receive one Good Cow, her Own Bedstead, Bed and Beding, and No more, which in both
cases shall be in lieu and in full for her Dower and thirds at Common law. I will that all the Personal Estate I am possessed of at my Decease (except the
part my said Wife retains) be as soon after as conveniently may be sold at public vendue and to the best advantage and what money as arrises therefrom to be put to Interest for my ux and my Sons and Daughters herein after mentioned the part that my said Wife retains to be regularly Praised and carefully kept until her Decease (if she no longer remains my Widow) and then Sold as my Other personal Estate is directed herein to be sold and for the same Use, but if my said Wife should Again marry the Goods then in her Possession shall be sold as is mentioned in case of her Decease, except her Cow and bed, as is mentioned before. I likewise will that my minor Sons be by my said Wife kept a reasonable time at school and put to such trades as they may chose when fit, my Younger
Daughters to be put to School likewise, But if my said Wife should marry
or die before the Young Children are of Age, I then order my Executors herein after mentioned to see that all those things wherein my said Wife is herein Commanded to do in respect of my minor Children are faithfully performed and done, and the overplus money arrising from the rent of my said place be dispose of as the money of my Personal Estate is and if that time shall be, giving the preferance to one or more of my said Sons in lending the money provided he
or they give Sufficient Security to my said Executors, and I further Order and
Will that at the time that my children are all of age or my said Wife die, which should happen last (or in case my said Wife should Marry Again then at the time my Youngest Child is of Age) that my said Plantation whereon I now live and have in my possession, be Sold at Public or private Sale as to them appear most Advantageous, And I hereby Authorize and Impower my said Executors or the Surviver of them to make and Execute a good Deed in fee Simple for the
Whole of the lands now in my Possession or here after my be, And I do further give and bequeath Unto my Sons and Daughters herein After mentioned to
whole of my Said Estate so taken care and disposed of an equal share to each, “that is to say”
To my Sons John, Jacob, Solomon, Henry, Michael, George, Frederick and Barnet, and to my Daughters Merellis, Catharine, Modelina, Sarah, and Margaret each the One thirteenth part of the Whole with out either favor, partiallity or distinction to one more thananother

I will and bequeath to my Son Solomon over and above his
equal share [a g]ood farm Waggon and Gears for two Horses which Waggon and Gears he is [t]o receive Immediately after my decease) Which said thirteenth part each is to receive at or shortly after the said Plantation is Sold, either in Cash or Good Sufficient Bonds, which may on the Whole be most Advantageous to my said sons and Daughters. I further Will and order that my son Solomon may remain on my said place from and after my Decease Until it is Sold as above mentioned paying and Yielding for the Same Yearly and every Year the one Third of all Grain raised on said place, the Wheat, Rye, Oats and flax
in equal Shocks Buckwheat when thrashed in the Bushel, Indian Corn by Baskets when husked Potatoes when Dug by the Bushel, Hay when well Cured in equal Cocks (but if said Wife Mare, Cows, and Sheep are well kept in Winter, then no share of the Hay) all of which my said Son Solomon is carefully to haul home in Good Order and in the Proper Season, he to farm the whole of said Place to the best advantage and most regular method Without Injuring the same reserving neverthe less the whole of the Priveliges and Liberties in said Place for my said Wife [...?...]ssly herein before mentioned. But if my said Son Solomon
does not in all things regurlarly comply with the above Conditions then
my said Executors are hereby Ordered to Rent my said Place to some Other fit Person Under the like restrictions as is before mentioned and on as Good terms as possible, and it is my will that neither my Son Solomon nor any Other Tenant shall commit any Waste of any kind on my said place while in their possession. And I do hereby nominate Constitute and appoint my said before mentioned son Henry, and Solomon Mills Of Haycock Township in the said County of Bucks to be my Executors of this my last Will and Testament.
And I do hereby revoke, null and make void all other and former Wills and
Testaments by me heretofore made declaring this only to be my last will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and that the Day and Year first within mentioned.

Signed Sealed and Delivered t the said
Michael his
Deemer as and for his Last Will and Testament
Michael MD Deemer
in the Presence Of us who were present at
the Mark
Signing and Sealing thereof -
(s) Thomas McKeen
(s) Elizabeth McKeen
Bucks, ss
This Thirtieth Day of March Anno Domini Seventeen
Hundred and Ninety Seven
personally appeared Thomas McKeen
and Elizabeth McKeen two of the subscribing witnesses to the above Instrument of writing and on their Solemn Qualifications did say that they were personally present at the Execution thereof these and saw and heard Michael Deemer Deceased the Testator herein named make his mark seal Publish and Declare the same as and for his last Will & Testament and at the time of his so doing He was of Sound mind and memory and of a Dispossing understanding to the best of their Knowledge and Belief.

Coram me
(s)Winston D. Rigs

[Bucks,] ss
Be It remembered that on the Thirtieth Day of
March Seventeen Hundred and Ninety Seven this the last Will and Testament of
Michael Deemer [...e] by proved where Letters Testamentory where granted to Henry Deemer and Solomon Mills the Executors therein named they having first been solemnly Qualified well and Truly to Administer all and Singular the Goods & Chattels rights and Credits of the said Deceased and in One Month from this Date to Exhibit into the Registers Office for the County of Bucks a True Inventory and conscionable appraisement of the same in One year or when thereto lawfully required to rentder a Just account of this whole Administration. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal of said Office.
(s) Winston D. Rigs
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1790 US Census, (Township unlisted), Bucks County, PA: Michael Deamer listed with following family:

4 male 16+
4 male under 16
6 females


Father: Johannes Diemer b: in Germany

Marriage 1 Elizabeth Wolfinger b: ABT 1743
Children
Bernard Diemer b: in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Merellis Diemer b: in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Elizabeth Diemer b: 26 JAN 1760 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
John Diemer b: ABT 1762 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Jacob Diemer b: 24 OCT 1764 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Catharine Diemer b: ABT 1765 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Magdalena Diemer b: ABT 1767 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Solomon Diemer b: 19 MAY 1769 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Henry Diemer b: 16 DEC 1771 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Maria Sarah Diemer b: 2 OCT 1774 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Michael Diemer b: 20 DEC 1776 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
John George Diemer b: 2 FEB 1779 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Margaret Diemer b: 17 MAR 1781 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Frederick Diemer b: 20 SEP 1783 in Durham Cemetery, Bucks County, PA




http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkinsley&id=I21769
ID: I21769
Name: Bernard Diemer
Sex: M
Birth: in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Death: 13 DEC 1828 in Bucks County, PA
Note:
1810 US Census, Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA: Barnet Demer listed with the following family:

1 male 26-44
1 female 1-9
1 female 26-44

1820 US Census, Springfield Township, Bucks County, PA: Barnard Deemer listed with the following family:

1 male 1-9
1 male 26-44
3 female 1-9
1 female 10-15
1 female 26-44


Father: George Michael Diemer b: ABT 1738
Mother: Elizabeth Wolfinger b: ABT 1743

Marriage 1 Margaret
Children
Maria Anna Diemer b: 2 DEC 1807 in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA
Elizabeth Diemer b: 25 DEC 1812 in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA
Margaret Diemer b: 12 NOV 1816 in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA
Fannie Diemer
Sarah Diemer
Jacob Diemer
William Diemer
Hester Diemer b: 25 OCT 1825 in Springfield Township, Bucks County, PA
John Diemer
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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=schwenk&id=I073936
ID: I073936
Name: Johannes Diemer \ Deemer 1
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1700 in (probably) Germany
Death: in Bucks Co, PA
Note: Arrived in America aboard the "Davy", 25 Oct 1738.

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
Michael Diemer \ Deemer b: BEF 1742
George Diemer \ Deemer b: BEF 1757

Sources:
Title: History of Bucks Co, William W.H. Davis, 1905

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=schwenk&id=I066285
ID: I066285
Name: Michael Diemer \ Deemer 1
Sex: M
Birth: BEF 1742
Death: 1797 in Bucks Co, PA
Note:
Will Abstract:
Michael Deemer, Durham Twp., yeoman. August 11, 1795. Proved March 30, 1797.
Wife Elizabeth. Son Henry and Solomon Mills exrs. Sons John, Jacob, Solomon, George, Frederick and Barnet. Daus. Merelles, Catharine, Madelina, Sarah and Margaret. Wits: Thomas McKean, Elizabeth McKean.


Father: Johannes Diemer \ Deemer b: ABT 1700 in (probably) Germany

Marriage 1 Elizabeth Wolfinger b: BEF 1744
Married: in PA & resided Durham Twp, Bucks Co
Children
Elizabeth Diemer \ Deemer b: 26 JAN 1760 in Bucks Co, PA
John Diemer \ Deemer b: ABT 1761
Catherine Diemer \ Deemer b: 16 JUN 1762 in Bucks Co, PA
Jacob Diemer \ Deemer b: 24 OCT 1764 in Bucks Co, PA
Marillis \ Merellis Diemer \ Deemer b: ABT 1766
Magdalena Diemer \ Deemer b: ABT 1767
Solomon Diemer \ Deemer b: 19 MAY 1769
Henry Dehmer \ Diemer \ Deemer b: 16 DEC 1771 in (of) Nockamixon Twp, Bucks Co, PA
Maria Sarah Diemer \ Deemer b: 2 OCT 1774
Michael Diemer \ Deemer , Jr b: 20 DEC 1776 in Bucks Co, PA
George \ John George Diemer \ Deemer b: 2 FEB 1779 in Bucks Co, PA; bp 13 Mar 1779 Nockamixon Ref Ch
Barnet Diemer \ Deemer b: ABT 1780
Margaret \ Maria Magdalena Diemer \ Deemer b: 10 MAR 1781 in Bucks Co, PA - bp 19 Apr 1781, St. Luke's
Frederick Diemer \ Deemer b: 20 MAR 1783 in Bucks Co, PA

Sources:
Title: History of Bucks Co, William W.H. Davis, 1905
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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkinsley&id=I21924
ID: I21924
Name: Maria Anna Diemer
Sex: F
Birth: 2 DEC 1807 in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA
Note:
Records of Evangelical Lutheran Congregation, Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1766-1820
Maria Anna Diemer Born 2 Dec 1807
Maria Anna Diemer Baptized 27 Dec 1807
Bernhard Diemer Father Baptism
Margaret Diemer Mother Baptism
Solomon Leitcap Sponsor Baptism
Solomon Leitcap Sponsor Bapt


Father: Bernard Diemer b: in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Mother: Margaret
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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkinsley&id=I21926
ID: I21926
Name: Elizabeth Diemer
Sex: F
Birth: 25 DEC 1812 in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA
Note:
Records of Evangelical Lutheran Congregation, Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1766-1820
Elizabeth Diemer Born 25 Dec 1812
Elizabeth Diemer Baptized 16 May 1813
Bernard Diemer Father Baptism
Margaret Diemer Mother Baptism
Catharine Mill Sponsor Baptism

Father: Bernard Diemer b: in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Mother: Margaret
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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkinsley&id=I21927
ID: I21927
Name: Margaret Diemer
Sex: F
Birth: 12 NOV 1816 in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA
Note:
Records of Evangelical Lutheran Congregation, Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1766-1820
Margaret Diemer Born 12 Nov 1816
Margaret Diemer Baptized 12 Jan 1817
Bernard Diemer Father Baptism
Margaret Diemer Mother Baptism
George Diemer Sponsor Baptism
Margaret Diemer Sponsor Baptism

Father: Bernard Diemer b: in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Mother: Margaret
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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkinsley&id=I21932
ID: I21932
Name: Hester Diemer
Sex: F
Birth: 25 OCT 1825 in Springfield Township, Bucks County, PA
Death: ABT 1896

Father: Bernard Diemer b: in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Mother: Margaret

Marriage 1 Michael Lehman
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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkinsley&id=I21933
ID: I21933
Name: John Diemer
Sex: M

Father: Bernard Diemer b: in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA
Mother: Margaret
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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=rkinsley&id=I21769
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. George Michael Diemer was born ABT 1738, and died MAR 1797 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA. He was the son of 4. Johannes Diemer.

3. Elizabeth Wolfinger was born ABT 1743.

Children of Elizabeth Wolfinger and George Michael Diemer are:
1. i. Bernard Diemer was born in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA, and died 13 DEC 1828 in Bucks County, PA. He married Margaret. She died ABT 1828 in Bucks County, PA.
ii. Merellis Diemer was born in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA.
iii. Elizabeth Diemer was born 26 JAN 1760 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA.
iv. John Diemer was born ABT 1762 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA, and died ABT 1796 in Bucks County, PA. He married Maria.
v. Jacob Diemer was born 24 OCT 1764 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA, and died 16 AUG 1845 in Williams Township, Northampton County, PA. He married Magdalena Dreisbach 11 APR 1793 in Tohicken Reformed Church, Bedminster Township, Bucks County, PA. She was born 20 APR 1772 in Bucks County, PA, and died 14 NOV 1858 in Williams Township, Northampton County, PA.
vi. Catharine Diemer was born ABT 1765 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA, and died 10 JAN 1845. She married Solomon Mill. He was born 10 APR 1759 in Bucks County, PA.
vii. Magdalena Diemer was born ABT 1767 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA.
viii. Solomon Diemer was born 19 MAY 1769 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA, and died 19 FEB 1848. He married Elizabeth.
ix. Henry Diemer was born 16 DEC 1771 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA, and died 30 MAR 1857 in Williams Township, Northampton County, PA. He married Catharine Steinbach 21 MAR 1797 in Bucks County, PA. She was born 1 APR 1778 in Bedminster Township, Bucks County, PA, and died 22 MAR 1855 in Williams Township, Northampton County, PA.
x. Maria Sarah Diemer was born 2 OCT 1774 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA.
xi. Michael Diemer was born 20 DEC 1776 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA, and died 9 MAR 1850. He married Dorothea Trittenbach. She was born 15 OCT 1779, and died 29 OCT 1843.
xii. John George Diemer was born 2 FEB 1779 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA, and died 27 APR 1858 in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA. He married Margaretha Elisabeth Unangst 21 FEB 1802 in Easton, Northampton County, PA, daughter of Bernhardt Unangst and Anna Rosina Hering. She was born 17 SEP 1783 in Williams Township, Northampton County, PA, and died 19 MAR 1862 in Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA.
xiii. Margaret Diemer was born 17 MAR 1781 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA.
xiv. Frederick Diemer was born 20 SEP 1783 in Durham Cemetery, Bucks County, PA, and died 20 MAR 1867. He married Catharine Derr. She was born 10 NOV 1793.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3

4. Johannes Diemer was born in Germany.

Children of Johannes Diemer are:
2. i. George Michael Diemer was born ABT 1738, and died MAR 1797 in Durham Township, Bucks County, PA. He married Elizabeth Wolfinger. She was born ABT 1743.
ii. George Diemer.
iii. Joseph Diemer.


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