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Re: Quiggles of Lycoming Co PA
Posted by: Joan Hamilton (ID *****7098) Date: October 18, 2006 at 09:38:57
In Reply to: Quiggles of Lycoming Co PA by Deena Cross of 86

not verified


Ancestors of Rebecca 'Becky' Quigley Or Quiggle


Generation No. 1

       1. Rebecca 'Becky' Quigley Or Quiggle, born 1789 in Cumberland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Aft. 1860. She was the daughter of 2. Pvt. Michael Quiggle Or Quigley and 3. Fronica Or Frances Catherine 'Fancy' Kline. She married (1) Joseph McCormick 22 Jan 1806. He was born 25 Dec 1785 in (or 1786) ,, Pennsylvania, and died 10 Aug 1866. He was the son of John McCormick and Elizabeth Mary Fleming.

Notes for Rebecca 'Becky' Quigley Or Quiggle:
1850 Census; Clinton County, Ohio p. 197
Hambden Township, Geauga County,Ohio Ohio S6a2338392
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1860 Census; living status on June 1, 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1097 Page: 48 Line 35 Mill Hall P. O. MCCORMICK JOSEPH 74 M W PA PA CLINTON BEECH CRK TWP
Joseph McCormick 74 PA Farmer; Real Estate $4,000; Personal Estate $200
Rebecca McCormick 72 PA Farmer
Eliza A. Copperwaite (sp) F 18 IL

More About Rebecca 'Becky' Quigley Or Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Quicke, Quiggle, Quigley
Ancestral File Number: SQTM-DL
Census: 1850, Clinton County, Ohio
Nickname: Becky (per Tom Quigley)

Notes for Joseph McCormick:
1860 Census; living status on June 1, 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1097 Page: 48 Line 35 Mill Hall P. O. MCCORMICK JOSEPH 74 M W PA PA CLINTON BEECH CRK TWP
Joseph McCormick 74 PA Farmer; Real Estate $4,000; Personal Estate $200
Rebecca McCormick 72 PA Farmer
Eliza A. Copperwaite (sp) F 18 IL

More About Joseph McCormick:
Burial: 16 Aug 1866
Census: 1860, (age 74) Beech Creek Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania
Occupation: 1860, Farmer

Marriage Notes for Rebecca Quiggle and Joseph McCormick:
Sources:
DAR Index. V.91
Married 1806 Rebecca Quiggle (1790-1865)
p: 267
DAR Index V.91
p: 267


More About Joseph McCormick and Rebecca Quiggle:
Marriage: 22 Jan 1806
Marriage source: See notes

Generation No. 2

       2. Pvt. Michael Quiggle Or Quigley, born 06 May 1738 in (or 7th) Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 1804 in Wayne Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 4. Johann Philip Quickel Or Quiggle and 5. Anna Sabrina Britsch. He married 3. Fronica Or Frances Catherine 'Fancy' Kline in ChECK CHILDREN AND HIS PARENTS.
       3. Fronica Or Frances Catherine 'Fancy' Kline, born 1742 in Clay Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 22 Oct 1804 in , Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 6. Pvt. Michael Kline and 7. Dorothea.

Notes for Pvt. Michael Quiggle Or Quigley:
Possible match: (JHK)
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania History ancestry.com
History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Sketches of Many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men
Chapter XLV. Conestoga Township<1<[1 By Peter C. Hiller, Esq.]

"Amos is in Conestoga township. He was one of the auditors of the township for three years, and is at present serving his second term of three years as a school director. Jacob, residing in Millersville. John M., now residing on a farm originally granted by Thomas and Richard Penn to Michael Quickel in 1761, and by him to Rudy Miller in 1763, and by him to Andreas Fehl in 1764, and by him to Jacob Miller in 1772, and by him devised unto his eight children, and in Orphans' Court, held at Lancaster, it was decreed that John Miller have and hold the same, etc., in 1782, and by him sold to Daniel Brenneman in 1784, and in the same year sold by him to Henry Lighty, and by him to Daniel Sterneman in 1792. He has held the offices of inspector and judge of elections for three successive years."
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Possible match:(JHK)
History of Churches, York County, PA in Chronological Sequence 1700-1799, Compiled by Franklin W. Zarfoss 1988, Page 9, Catalog No. 974.8 K2zfw (Family History Center, 10th & Clark Street, Las Vegas, Nevada) (JHK) Exhibit Q-021.

1766 - the eastern part of the SOCIETY OF FRIENDS meeting house was completed on W. Philadelphia St., York Town. Charles Lukena surveyed a tract of two acres forty-seven perches belonging to Michael Quickel and marked it Church land for the Lutheran and Calvinist Congregation, Dover township. Quickel's (Zion) Church), Conewago Township.

The first recorded burial was made in the cemetery of ST. John's (Franklin) Lutheran Church. The exact date of organization of the church is unknown.

The records of St. John's Episcopal Church, York town, indicate that its first building was completed in 1766. This date is uncertain. See the years 1769, 1772, and 1773.
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Registrar General NSDAR, Record Copy Dept., 1776 D Street NW, Washington, DC 20006-5303. Please send a check for $5.00 payable to Treasurer General NSDAR
QUIGLEY, Michael
Birth: PA Circa 1748
Service: PA
Rank: Pvt
Death: PA Page 1810
Patriot Pensioned: No Widow Pensioned: No
Children Pensioned: No Heirs Pensioned: No
Spouse: (1) Frances Catherine Cline


More About Pvt. Michael Quiggle Or Quigley:
Aka (Facts Pg): Michael Quiggle, Johann Michael Quiggle, Michael Quigley (per DAR records) Michael \Quickel\ (Sr.?)
Ancestral File Number: 19W2-HKS, PZ9B-QS, SQTQ-29
DAR: Dar ID No. 63258, Vol 64, p.86
Grant Deed: Township E224 & w Fronia H167, K125 of Manheim twp K34
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, Immigrated with his parents (check out)
Medical Information: d. age 66
Pension Files: No pension
Revolutionary War: 24 May 1779, ?????Cumberland, Pennsylvania, Battalion 1st, Capt. peeples 1st Class, Nonattendance return

Notes for Fronica Or Frances Catherine 'Fancy' Kline:
Registrar General NSDAR, Record Copy Dept., 1776 D Street NW, Washington, DC 20006-5303. Please send a check for $5.00 payable to Treasurer General NSDAR

QUIGLEY,Michael
Birth: PA Circa 1748
Service: PA
Rank: Pvt
Death: PA Page 1810
Patriot Pensioned: No Widow Pensioned: No
Children Pensioned: No Heirs Pensioned: No
Spouse: (1) Frances Catherine Cline


More About Fronica Or Frances Catherine 'Fancy' Kline:
Aka (Facts Pg): Frances Catherine Cline (per DAR records)
Ancestral File Number: SQTM-5D
Burial: Aft. 22 Oct 1804
DAR: ID No. 117425, Volume 118, Page 134
Nickname: Fancy Kline
Pension Files: No pension
Revolutionary War: Husband was a Pvt. PA

More About Michael Quigley and Fronica Kline:
Marriage: ChECK CHILDREN AND HIS PARENTS
       
Children of Michael Quigley and Fronica Kline are:
              i.       George Quiggle, born in , Clinton County, Pennsylvania.

More About George Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): George Quickel
Ancestral File Number: SQTM-B8

              ii.       Catharina Or Catherine 'Kate' Quigley Or Quiggle, born 28 Oct 1764 in Wayne Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania; died 25 Dec 1819 in Nippenose Township, Lycoming, Pennsylvania; married George Crane 1785 in Plantation, Wayne Township, Clinton County Pennsylvania; born 22 Mar 1766 in County Antrim, Ireland; died 25 Dec 1819 in ,, Pennsylvania.

More About Catharina Or Catherine 'Kate' Quigley Or Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Catherine Quiggle or Catharina Quiggle
Ancestral File Number: SQTM-FR Submitted by Kenneth Grier Flook
Baptism: 18 Nov 1764, Trinity Lutheran Church,, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Medical Information: d. 55 years, 1 month, 27 days
Nickname: Kate Quigley

More About George Crane:
Land: Purchased farm in Nippenose Township, Clinton County Pennsylvania (Meginness 1892)
Religion: Presbyterian

More About George Crane and Catharina Quiggle:
Marriage: 1785, Plantation, Wayne Township, Clinton County Pennsylvania

              iii.       Michael Quiggle Or Quigley, born 22 Oct 1766 in Cumberland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 13 Jun 1858 in (or 3rd) Beech Creek, Clinton County, Pennsylvania; married Mary Clark; born 22 Jul 1792; died 10 Sep 1864 in Beech Creek, Clinton County, Pennsylvania.

More About Michael Quiggle Or Quigley:
Aka (Facts Pg): Michael Quiggle\Michael Quickel\Michael Quigley (per Tom Quigley, researcher)
Baptism: 11 Feb 1766, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Founder: Aft. 1767, of Beech Creek, Clinton County, Pennsylvania
Medical Information: d. 91 years, 7 months, 22 days
Removed: Aft. 1767, Beech Creek Borough, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, The credit of starting the town belongs to Michael

Notes for Mary Clark:
F3719 Quiggle Ancestry, Submitted by Jean Blacker, 529 individuals, November 4, 2000.FTW

Mary was an English girl of note whose family had disinherited her when she married an American.

More About Mary Clark:
Burial: 1864, , Clinton County, Pennsylvania
Medical Information: d. age 72

              iv.       Elisabeth Quiggle Or Quigley, born 28 May 1768 in Cumberland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 1804; married Robert Crawford; born 17 Jul 1765; died 1838.

More About Elisabeth Quiggle Or Quigley:
Aka (Facts Pg): Elisabeth Quickel or Elizabeth Quigley
Baptism: 1769, Falling Spring, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
Medical Information: d. age 36
Sponsors: Daughter of Michael Quickle and Ferena (Verena), J. Philip Beyer and Elizabeth Beyer, sponsors

More About Robert Crawford:
Aka (Facts Pg): George Crawford

              v.       Mary Susan Quigley Or Quiggle, born 1772 in Cumberland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married John Williams; born 1770; died 1863.

More About Mary Susan Quigley Or Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Mary Susan \Quigley\ QUIGGLE or QUICKEL
Record Change: 30 Jul 2000, Deanna Kay Myers

More About John Williams:
Record Change: 30 Jul 2000

              vi.       John Quiggle Or Quigley, born 14 Mar 1775 in Cumberland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 04 Dec 1847 in Woodward Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania; married Tabitha Dorcas Baird 1805; born Nov 1787; died 02 Mar 1863.

Notes for John Quiggle Or Quigley:
(Judy Lowary) writes:
I have a reference to John's will dated 15 Dec 1847 in Clinton Co., PA but I have not seen it. The reference says it mentions daughter Catherine who married David Sanderson. He was of of Woodward, Clinton, PA when he made his will. John Quigley's parents were John and Veronica Kline Quigley


More About John Quiggle Or Quigley:
Aka (Facts Pg): John Quickel, John Quigley or John Quiggle (per DAR)
Burial: Aft. 04 Dec 1847, Old Methodist Church cemetery in Dunnstown, Pennsylvania
Cause of Death: He was accidentally killed
Census: 1790, Chester County, Pennsylvania (need to verify)
DAR: No. 117425, Vol 118, p. 134
Medical Information: d. age 75
Removed: Circa 1783, With his parents to Wayne Township, soon after the close of the Revolutionary war.
Will Dated: 15 Dec 1847

More About Tabitha Dorcas Baird:
Aka (Facts Pg): Tabitha Baird
Burial: Aft. 02 Mar 1863, Old Methodist Church cemetery in Dunnstown, PA.
Medical Information: d. age 76

Marriage Notes for John Quigley and Tabitha Baird:
Sources:
Note:
Work of Judy Lowary, emailed to me in July, 2000 JTLOWARYLTD16632@aol.com.
Note:
"Lycoming Co., PA Misc. Records," (Vol. II, 1961), p. 46, DAR Library, Washington, DC G929.37485 D265P4F79.


More About John Quigley and Tabitha Baird:
Marriage: 1805

              vii.       William Quigley, born 1778 in Cumberland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married Elisabeth Montgomery; born 1776 in ,, Pennsylvania; died 1847.

More About William Quigley:
Aka (Facts Pg): William Quiggle
Removed: from Cumberland, Lancaster County to Wayne Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania

              viii.       Sarah Salome 'Sally' Quigley, born 14 Dec 1779 in Cumberland,Greene County, Pennsylvania; married (1) Unk Henderson; married (2) John Thomas 1799; married (3) James Or John Montgomery 1799 in error in marriage dates.

More About Sarah Salome 'Sally' Quigley:
Aka (Facts Pg): Sarah 'Sally' Quiggle
Nickname: Sally Quigley

More About John Thomas and Sarah Quigley:
Marriage: 1799

              ix.       Frances Quiggle, born 19 Apr 1783 in , Clinton County, Pennsylvania; died 15 Jan 1869; married (1) Robert Stewart; born 12 Sep 1773; married (2) Francis Robert Stewart 1815; born 12 Sep 1773 in Cumberland, Greene County, Pennsylvania; died 1854 in Wayne Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania.

More About Frances Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Fannie Quickel, Fannie Quiggle
Ancestral File Number: SQTM-7Q
Burial: Aft. 15 Jan 1869, Dunnstown Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton County, Pennsylvania
Medical Information: d. 85 years, 8 months, 27 days

       1       x.       Rebecca 'Becky' Quigley Or Quiggle, born 1789 in Cumberland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Aft. 1860; married Joseph McCormick 22 Jan 1806.


Generation No. 3

       4. Johann Philip Quickel Or Quiggle, born 14 Jul 1708 in , Of Brandau, Hessen-Damstadt, Germany; died Oct 1757 in , Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 8. Johann Christophel Quickel and 9. Anna Barbara Ross. He married 5. Anna Sabrina Britsch 23 Jun 1733 in Brandau Neunkirchen, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.
       5. Anna Sabrina Britsch, born 25 Jan 1708/09 in Herchenrode, Hessen- Darmstadt, Germany (Herchenrode Ernsthofen (1912), previously Neunkirchen); died 19 Mar 1765 in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 10. Johann Peter Britsch, Sr. and 11. Anna Barbara Beilstein.

Notes for Johann Philip Quickel Or Quiggle:
From Dick & Suzanne Naven
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 11:45 AM

Hello,
Yes, I did give you that info. The Allen family records say that Christian Q., Father of Balzar, "enlisted 27 Aug 1776 in Col. Swopes battalion, part of the Flying Camp commanded by Geo. Washington on Long Island." This info from "Sarah, Mrs. R. W. Ludwig, Chicago". This is verbatim from the large, hand-drawn family tree for the Allen side of my wife's family; Allen, Ludwig, Quigel, Van Tassel, Wissinger, etc. However, that information doesn't appear anywhere else, i.e., documents or correspondence. I guess Sarah Ludwig would be the Great Aunt that researched Christian Quigel in the Revolutionary War, etc.
Also on the tree, written in the margin, is: "From the New Berry (sic) Library, Chicago: John P. Quigel and his son, Christian, came to this country on the ship FANTANA, from the Palatinate, Germany (Name once spelled Quickel & meant Sword)."
I am unable to find such a ship listed at the Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild to confirm any of this, of course. I'm sorry, I should have given you all this in a package before; I had forgotten about the margin notes. I guess the (Allen family) record is pretty specific on Christian being the son of John P. (5 Johann Philippus?).

According to your outline, 5 Johann Philippus Quiggle, his wife and first 4 children were b. Germany, the first of these being b.1733, and the last of those 4 being b.1738. The next child was b. PA, 1742. Oops, the last child listed (6 Johann Peter, out of date sequence), b.1740, PA. This suggests an immigration date between 1738 and 1740. I see also, that 5 Johan Georg Quickel, Sr., b. Germany, m. wife b. PA, children b. PA, 1740 and after. And, 5[28] Johan Michel Quickel and wife, both b. Germany, children b. PA, 1742 and after. Finally, 5 Anna Catharina Quickel, b. Germany, d. PA, no issue. Forgive me, I'm just "thinking out loud" here; I've not had all this data to process before. It would seem that it was the "5th" generation that immigrated, and that some children came along. In this particular group, listed above, the only children b. Germany to make the trip were the first 4 children of 5 Johann Philippus, namely 6[1] Johann Philipp, 6[3] Maria Catharine, 6 Johann Nickel, and 6 Johann Michael.
Break away to the Allen family tree for a moment; the parents of Balzar Quigel (sic) are shown as Christian Quigel and Anna ??. This is intriguing because 6[1] Johann Philipp Quiggle, 1733/1849, m. an Anna Catharina, and because 6 Johann Nickel Quiggle, 1735/1804, also m. an Anna (Miller). However, the Allen family tree shows Christian Quigel's dates as 1726/1782. Well, that doesn't lead much of anywhere; it seems like almost half the women were named Anna.
Now, the birth dates for 5 Johann Philippus Quiggle, 1709, and that of his wife, Anna Sabina, 1708/09, would seem to rule out a son b.1726. It even makes one wonder if Christian Quigel was really a cousin, or younger brother of 5 Johann Philippus, and he was simply listed as a son (intentionally or unintentionally) in the ship's records referred to in the margin of the Allen family tree. The "5th" generation in the outline has birth dates that span 1709 to 1727. I realize I don't have any vital records to substantiate the dates of Christian Q. in the Allen family tree.
Well, I'm not much help here. All for now.
Dick Naven
(P.S., You're in Nevada? We're in Portland, OR.)

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Notes form Dick Deise Genealogy: Joan (Hamilton) Kushner, Researcher.
German ancestry, immigrated with father and family, landed in Philadelphia, October 19, 1736 by way of Rotterdam aboard Brigantine John, settled in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
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Research done by Joan (Hamilton) Kushner in Salt Lake City. September 2000.
I have the actual photocopy of the signature of Johann Phillipus Quickel on page 162 of Pennsylvania German Pioneers Volume III from 1727 to 1808 by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, LLD US/CAN 974.811 W3s 1992. (Family History Library, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah 84150. My exhibit Q-033.

Printed on The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc."The American Immigrant Wall of Honor"
"Johann Philippus, a carpenter (b. July 14, 1709, Brandau Hesse; m. June 23, 1733; d. October 1757, Manheim Township, PA) his wife, Anna Sabina, & children (Maria Catharina & Nickel), came to America aboard the Brigantine John (Perth-Amboy, NJ registry). They traveled from their village of Brandau, Neunkirchen Parish, near Darmstadt, Kreis Darmstadt-Dieberg, in the Landgraviate of Hessen, Germany. Before embarking for America, they sailed the Rhine to Rotterdam, a trip that took 4-6 weeks because of stops at Customs Houses. Following delays at Rotterdam & the English port of Dover, they crossed the Atlantic Ocean--a trip of 7 weeks more. They arrived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Oct 19, 1736, setting in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, PA. Their fourth born, Peter, was our first direct American-born Quiggle ancestor (b. Apr 8, 1740, Lancaster Co., PA)." (copy of official certificate in file), signed by Lee A. Lacocca.
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OFFICIAL CERTIFICATES OF REGISTRATION: (JHK) Exhibit Q-036
"Robert D. Quiggle Family" Pennsylvania 'Deutsch' (German) Immigrants (English translation: Pennsylvania Dutch
Arrival date: October 19, 1736, Port of Call: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. State & County of Origin: Hessen, Germany, Village: Brandau. Parish: Neunkirchen. County: Darmstadt-Dieberg. American Homestead Location: Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, American Church Affiliation: Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
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In the scrapbook are two post-card photos (1983) gathered by Janet Frances (Quiggle) Harman, when she traveled to Germany to research our Quickel (Quiggle) ancestors.

The photos show the CHURCH OF JOHANN PHILIPPUS QUICKEL AND ANN SABINA BRITSCH before they immigrated to America on October 19, 1736.

"This past summer (12983), I had the great pleasure of visiting the villages of our ancestors and of attending a Sunday service at the beautiful old Church in Nuenkirchen. Brandau, the largest village in the Neunkirchen parish with about 1200 inhabitants, is a typical German town with narrow, winding streets, a military cemetery with a chapel, and some half-timbered buildings and stone walls which surely existed when our family lived there. Neunkirchen, a winter resort, is built on the slope of Neunkirchen Hohe with a spectacular, panoramic view of the surrounding area. It is the highest village in the Odenwald (519 m.) with a population of about 100. The large Church (parish Church for 7 villages) dates from the Middle Ages and dominates the town. The present Church has been renovated several times since it was almost totally restored in 1742, but parts of the 13th century building remain in the fescoes built into the walls; and the tower dates, probably, from a 15th century renovation."
Written by Janet Frances (Quiggle) Harman (1983-84)



More About Johann Philip Quickel Or Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Johan Phillippus Quiggle, John P. Quiggle, John P. Quigel (per Dick Naven), John Phillipus Quiggle
Ancestral File Number: 1ZBJ-LJN Submitted by Richard 'Dick' Deise; PZ98-KN Submitted by Ruth Erickson
Broderbund CD: CD 716, World Family Tree: Vol 16, Tree 2589
Census: 1790, , Northumberland County, Pennsylvania (not verified)
Grant Deed: Aft. 1736, Philip (Quickel) B162 w Sabina D121 E65 F19
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, List 43 B, "Palatines imported in the Brigatine John, George Frasier, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover. Qualified the 19th Day of October 1736"
Land/Landholder: 31 May 1745, He purchased 200 acres in Manheim Township,
Medical Information: d. a 48 y
Name (Facts Pg): Johan Phillipus Quickel (is shown on the Ship's Passenger List)
Name change: Phillipp Quiggle
Name in Germany: Johann Philipp Wickel or Johann Wickel
Oath of Allegiance: 19 Oct 1736, List of Foreigners Imported in the Brigatine Perthamboy. Geo. Frazer, Master from Rotterdam. Qualified October 19, 1736.
Occupation: Carpenter (per Certificate)
Pioneer: Aft. 1732, First settlers of this name came from Holland
Record Change: 30 Jul 2000, Deanna Kay Myers "Pickering Quickel GEDCOM " Website
Religion: Trinity Lutheran Church
Residence: 1736, Village of Brandau, Neunkirchen Parish, near Darmstadt, Kreis Darmstadt-Dieberg, in the Landgraviate of Hessen Germany.
Ship's Name: 19 Oct 1736, Brigantine John, List 43 B Name Johann Philippus Quiggle
Source: Pennsylvania German Pioneers (Johan Phillipus Quickel)
Wall of Honor: Ellis Island 1892-1992, Official Certificate of Registration (shows both spellings on the certificate)

Notes for Anna Sabrina Britsch:
Deanna Kay Myers "Pickering Quickel GEDCOM " Website <http://www.orvybop.com/

!Source: "Quickel/Quiggle/Quigley Families" Volume I of II by Robert Schadt
44 Quiggle Ave.
Castanea, Pa. 17745

More About Anna Sabrina Britsch:
Aka (Facts Pg): Ann Pritz, Anna Pritz, Anna Sabrina Britsch
Ancestral File Number: PZ98-LT RUTH ERICKSON
Broderbund CD: #735, World Family Tree: Vol 35,Tree 1586
Burial: 19 Mar 1765, Trinity Lutheran Church, Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, Brigatine "John" Philadelphia,, Pennsylvania
Medical Information: d. 56 years, 1 month, 22 days
Occupation: Circa 1725, School Teacher in Germany (per letter)????
Record Change: 30 Jul 2000, Deanna Kay Myers "Pickering Quickel GEDCOM " Website
Wall of Honor: Ellis Island 1892-1992, Official Certificate of Registration

Marriage Notes for Johann Quiggle and Anna Britsch:
Notes by Joan (Hamilton) Kushner:
Rev John Waldeschmidt performed Lawrence and Anna Catharine's wedding ceremony.
He was 24 and she was 17. Both Anna Dorothea Quickel and Johann Jost Mohr and Johann Philip Wickel (Quickel) and Anna Sabina Britsch were married in a double wedding ceremony.

More About Johann Quiggle and Anna Britsch:
Fact: 23 Jun 1733, He was married the same date that his sister Anna Dorothea was married.
Marriage: 23 Jun 1733, Brandau Neunkirchen, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany
       
Children of Johann Quiggle and Anna Britsch are:
              i.       Maria Catharina Quiggle, born 21 Mar 1733/34 in Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 01 Feb 1796 in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania; married (1) Johann Melchior Benedict, Sr. 10 Mar 1751/52 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; born May 1716 in of lttingen, Kr, Sinsheim, Baden-Wurt, Germany; died 1784 in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania; married (2) Jacob Schaeffer Aft. 1784 in , York, York County, Pennsylvania; died 1794 in West of Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania.

Notes for Maria Catharina Quiggle:
This gazetteer includes all the hamlets, villages, and cities found in the parts of Hesse-Darmstadt known as Starkenburg, Rhein-Hessen, and Ober-Hessen.

More About Maria Catharina Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Maria Quiggle
Ancestral File Number: PZ9B-5V
Burial: Bef. 08 Feb 1796, Christ's Church Cemetery, York, York County, Pennsylvania
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, With her parents
Medical Information: d. 61 years, 10 months, 11 days
Will Probated: 08 Mar 1796, Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania

More About Johann Melchior Benedict, Sr.:
Aka (Facts Pg): Benedict Melchior, Melchoir Benedick, Johann Benedick
Ancestral File Number: PZ9B-4P
Burial: 1784, Quickel's (Zion) Church, York County, Pennsylvania
Immigration: 26 Sep 1749, to America
Land/Landholder: 106 acre farm.
Occupation: Farmer in Conewago Township, York County, Pennsylania
Removed: 1763, Conewago Township, York County, Pennsylania
Will Probated: 26 May 1784, Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania
Will Written: 17 Aug 1782, He wrote his will indover Township on August 17, 1782, and it was probated on may 26, 1784.

More About Johann Benedict and Maria Quiggle:
Children: Twelve
Fact: First Husband.
Marriage: 10 Mar 1751/52, , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

              ii.       Pvt. Johann Nickel 'Nicholas' Quiggle, born 06 Dec 1735 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 1810 in Wayne Township, Clinton County Or Crawford County, Pennsylvania; married Ann Or Anna Miller 22 Dec 1761; born 25 Oct 1740 in Conestoga,, Pennsylvania; died 1828.

Notes for Pvt. Johann Nickel 'Nicholas' Quiggle:
Arthur Bielfelt Notes:
"Johann Nicholas Quickel appears in the 1790 census. The family of "Nicholas Quigly" is found living in Chanceford Township, York County, Pennsylvania. There was 1 male over the age of 16 (Nicholas himself), and 1 female (his wife Anna?). Nicholas should have been about 55 years old at this time."
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1790 Census Series: M637 Roll: 9 Page: 327
QUIGLY NICHOLAS PA YORK CHANCEFORD TWP 1790
Nicholas Quigly 1 0 1
George Quigly 2 2 2


More About Pvt. Johann Nickel 'Nicholas' Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Johan Nicholas Quickel, Nicholas Quiggle (per Quiggle Cemetery records.
Ancestral File Number: PZ9B-L4, 1ZBJ-L7S
Burial: 1810, Old Quiggle Cemetery (near) McElhattan, Lycoming County (now Clinton County), Pennsylvania ; Revolutionary War marker
Census: 1790, Shows the family of Nicholas Quigly is found living in chanceford Township, York County, Pennsylvania.
DAR: ID 109874Volume 110, p. 177
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, With his parents (check out)
Land Records: Aft. 1775, Pennsylvania Original Land Records, York, County, Pages 28, 30, 59
Land/Landholder: He sold his 50 acre tract in Manheim Township and moved to York County, Canceford Township. He was taxed there from 1772 to 1797 and then moved to Clinton Co., PA where he died in 1810.
Medical Information: d. age 75
Name in Germany: Johann Nickel Quickel
Removed: 1762, Chanceford Township, York County, Pennsylvania
Revolutionary War: Circa 1775, Pvt. in Capt. Thomas McNary's company, 5th battalion, York County, Pennsylvania militia.
Tax List: Bet. 1772 - 1797, Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

More About Ann Or Anna Miller:
Baptism: 14 Dec 1740, Conestoga,, Pennsylvania
DAR: No. 109874, Vol 110, p 277
Residence: Aft. 1740, Manheim Township G422, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

More About Johann Quiggle and Ann Miller:
Marriage: 22 Dec 1761

       2       iii.       Pvt. Michael Quiggle Or Quigley, born 06 May 1738 in (or 7th) Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 1804 in Wayne Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania; married Fronica Or Frances Catherine 'Fancy' Kline in ChECK CHILDREN AND HIS PARENTS.
              iv.       Pvt. Johann 'Peter' Quickel Or Quiggle, born 08 Apr 1740 in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 1828 in Hambden Township, Geauga County, Ohio; married Anna Sophia Elisabeth Niemeyer 13 Feb 1765 in Trinity Lutheran Church,, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; born Circa 1744 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 1820 in Brookfield, Trumbull County, Ohio.

Notes for Pvt. Johann 'Peter' Quickel Or Quiggle:
Peter died while living with his son John. Jeff Quiggle posted on GenForum July 20, 2000 , Read by Joan (Hamilton) Kushner (September 29, 2000)
In the mid 1700's, Johann Peter changed his last name to Quiggle, while his 3 siblings left it as Quickel. I got an E-mail saying that this was how folks were pronouncing the name so it was changed to Quiggle. Johann Peter was born in 1732 in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. Any help with my tree would be greatly appreciated.
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Ancestral File (TM), Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
F856501 - 1396010 Film NONE
Sheet: 3
George QUIGGLE
Sex: M
Event(s):
Misc: Abt. 1788
of Greenwood Township, Juniata, Pennsylvania
Parents:
Father: Johann Peter QUICKEL
Mother: Anna Sophia Elisabeth NIEMEYER
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Notes from Roxana Quiggle: September 7, 2001
He enlisted May 17, 1777, as a Private. On a muster roll September 9, 1778 it is stated he was present sick.)For reference see Prime Archives second series, Vol X, p. 632, and Vol XV p 471 where name is misprinted.) The references would be found in Penn. Military Records. He served in Capt. Alexander parker's Co., 7th Regiment Penn. Militia (Florence Quiggle Quirk and Yola Quiggle McBride verify this information.)

PETER IS THE ANCESTOR THAT YOLA QUIGGLE MCBRIDE JOINED THE D.A.R.
Yola Quiggle McBride has his wife's last name as Nehemiah. Janet (Quiggle) Harman says it is often seen as Niemeier. Yola gives Peter's birth as 1732. Janet shows Peter's birth 1740. Leesburg, Fl shows Peter's birth 1740.
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Notes from Arthur Bielfelt:

"According to a letter dated May 26, 1900, from William H. Egle, Pennsylvania State Historian (citing Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd Series, 10:632 and 15:472; and also 5th Series, 3:233, 253, 257), Peter Quiggle was a soldier in Captain Alexander Parker's Company, 7th Pennsylvania Regiment, Continental Line. He enlisted May 17, 1777. During the muster roll of Sep 9, 1778, he was listed as "present sick".

He moved to the Turkey Valley region of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania (now Greenwood Township, Juniata County), and appears on the 1789 Fermanagh Township tax list as owning 2 horses and "1 cattle". They seem to have lived here for about 40 years, but the only records he left were his entry on the 1790 census of Mifflin County (the part that later became Juniata County) and a Mifflin deed book entry selling some cows. By comparing the names of his neighbors, in the 1790 census of Mifflin County, Pennsylvania with the same names mentioned in an 1886 history of the Susquehanna and Juniata Valleys, he seemed to have lived near Seven Stars. He was a miller/millwright by trade, and (perhaps because of the flour shortage and too few mills) rather than being ordered to combat.

The family of Peter Quiggle appears in the 1790 Census of Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. There were 2 males over the age of 16 (sons John and Philip_; 2 males under 16 (sons Michael and Peter); and 4 females (wife Anna Sophia, and daughters Elisabeth, Nancy, and Frances).

All of their children were probably born in Greenwood Township, in what is now Juniata County, Pennsylvania.

To explain the geography a little better; when they moved up from Lancaster county, this whole area was part of Cumberland County. In 1789, Mifflin County was established, and the valley where Peter and Elisabeth lived became a part of Mifflin County. They were long gone by the time Juniata County was established, being separated from Mifflin County in 1831. the place where they lived is very near the boundary between present-day Juniata and Perry Counties.

NOTE: According to an 1846 "History of Perry County, Pennsylvania,"by I. D. Rupp. The inhabitants of Perry County at that time were chiefly Irish, Scotch, and German in origin. The Germans were numerous in some parts of the county, and generally spoke their own language, though nearly all understood English. This would be about 40 years after Peter and Elisabeth and the rest of their family left.

Peter, Elisabeth, and the rest of their family, except for a daughter, Elisabeth (married name Jobson), joined his son John Quiggle in Trumbull County, Ohio sometime after 1804. After John moved on to Hambden, Ohio, Peter and his wife Anna Sopia (Elisabeth) lived with their son Michael. Anna Sophia Elisabeth died about 1820, in Trumbull County, probably in either Hartford or Brookfield Townships. Their son Michael was living in Hartford Township in 1820; their daughter Nancy Patton was living in Brookfield Township. Whichever, Anna Sophia Elisabeth were buried there.

After Anna Sophia Elisabeth died, Peter Quiggle moved to Hambden Township, Geauga County, Ohio, where he lived with his son John's family. Peter died in 1828, in Hambden Township, and was buried in Hambden Township Cemetery, in Sec. 1, Lot 35. His son Philip is buried next to him. It was a government issue military gravestone, probably erected after 1925. that says:

Peter Quiggle
Parker's Co.
7 Pa. Regt.
Rev. War

There is also a bronze military flag holder that says:
VETERAN
WAR OF
1776

NOTE: According to a history of Geauga County, Ohio, Peter Quiggle lived to the age of 97. This would make the year of his birth 1732. This appears to be an error. His birth date was recorded at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania as April 8, 1740.
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Memorial to the Pioneer Women of the Western Reserve, Published under the Auspices of The Woman's Department of the Cleveland Centennial Commission. Edited by Mrs. Gertrude Van Rensselaer Wickham, 1896. Part One. All rights Reserved, Whipporwill Publication, Buhl-Henderson Community Library. (Page 880) Hambden:

"Hambden was a part of Painesville for many years. Its taxes were paid there, town meetings and elections held there. It was eleven miles away and the roads leading to it in a terrible condition in which Hambden ox carts were stalled in mud, or jounced wildly to and fro.
money was very scarce,and taxes hard to raise. John Quiggle had to sell his cow in order to procure a barrel of salt. The cow brought $30.00 which, within one cent, it is claimed, bought the salt. It took three days to drive the cow and bring back the salt."
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"History of Geauga and Lake Counties, Ohio, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Pioneers and Most Prominent Men, 1788"

Eleven Revolutionary soldiers have lived and died in Hambden, whose names must here find record: Peter Quiggle was one of them.
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Memorial to the Pioneer Women of the Western Reserve, Published 1896
P. 882
Hulls surrender brought to the front twelve Hambden men to the defense. They were Nehemiah, Chandler, and Anson Pease, Chester Eliott, Joseph and Stephen Bond, Ichabod Pomeroy, Jesse Hale, Hosea, Nathaniel and Josiah King, and John Quiggle; commanded by Captain Norman Canfield.

The names of these men are thus given for the benefit of the Women's Society of "The War of 1812,"which makes all data concerning that conflict of value.

And to the "Daughters of the American Revolution" Hambden is of unusual interest, as TWELVE VETERANS of that patriotic war came to the township of an early day, of whom probably the majority were laid away in its village cemetery. They were: Reuben Stocking, Isaac Cheeseman, Abraham Damon, Ichobod Pomeroy, John Eliott (father or brother of Chester Elliott) Peter Quiggle, Isaac Pease, Samuel M. Starr, Nathaniel Hickox, Daniel Morgan, Squire Davenport and Ebenezer Kentfield.
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Notes from Arthur Bielfelt:
"He was said to have been a soldier in the 7th PA Regiment Continental Line, Capt. Alexander Parker's Co. (letter 26 May 1900 from Wm. H. Egle, PA State Historian, to descendant citing PA, 2nd Series, 10:632 and 15:472. See also 5th Series, 3:233, 253, 257.)
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Early History of the Quickel/Quiggle Families (from Arthur Bielfelt #73)
"JOHANN PETER QUICKEL/QUIGGLE, Son of Philipp Quickel and Sabina Britsch, b. 8 Apr 1740 Lancaster Co., PA., bp 18 May 1740, sp: Joh. Peter Volck (TLC), m. 13 Feb 1765 Lancaster Co., Elisabeth Niemeyer (TLC). (According. to Jobson Notes at HSP, her full name was Anna Sophia Elisabeth.) He moved to the Turkey Valley region of Cumberland Co., Pa (now Greenwood Township, Juniata County), and appears on the 1789 Fermanagh Township, tax list as owning 2 horses and 1 cattle. By comparing the names of his neighbors in the 1790 (Mifflin Co.) census with the same names mentioned in the 1886 "History of Susq. and Juniata Valleys', he seems to have lived near Seven Stars. He was a mill/millwright by trade and it is a family tradition that he worked in a mill During the War (perhaps because of the flour shortage and too few mills) rather than being ordered to combat."

He and the rest of the family, except for dau.. Elisabeth, joined his son, John, in Trumbull Co., Ohio sometime after 1804. His wife is said to have died abt. 1820 in Trumbull Co., Peter died in Hambden, Geauga County, Ohio in 1828, was buried Hambden Cemetery Lot 35 (Official Roster of Soldiers of the Am. Rev. Bur. in Ohio. Also Geauga Cemetery. Rec.) DAR Honor Roll #63258."
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Hello Joan,
"During colonial times, various colonies held claims to lands often far to the west of the original colony. After the Revolutionary War, most of the new states relinquished their western claims, at the request of the new Federal Government. The State of Connecticut sort of circumvented turning their claim over to the United States Government by forming the privately held Connecticut Land Company. Several wealthy people in Connecticut invested their money in the company, and bought Connecticut's Western Reserve from the state. This land is, if my memory is right, 3,000,000 acres in what is now the northeast corner of the State of Ohio. The investors each were given land, according to the size of their investments, which they in turn sold to newly arriving settlers. Most of the Western Reserve was surveyed into townships, each being five miles by five miles square. Moses Cleaveland led the surveying expedition, and thus had the town on Lake Erie named for him. The present day counties that make up what was the Western Reserve are Ashtabula, Trumbull, Lake, Geauga, Portage, Cuyahoga, Medina, Lorain, Huron, Erie, and the northern parts of Mahoning, Summit, and Ashland."
Art
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Letter to SAR by Lyle Anderson, dated October 2002 to Joan (Hamilton) Kushner, October 11, 2002:
Joan,
Here is a copied over version:
Lyle R. Anderson
402-1135 Quayside Drive
New Westminster, BC, Canada V3M 6J4

October 11 , 2002
National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution
1776 D Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006

Dear Sir / Madam

Subject: Appeal to re-instate Peter Quickel / Quiggle

Parker's Co., 7 PA Reg't Revolution War -
to the qualified Patriot List by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolutionary War_(NSDAR)

Reference A: NSDAR #: 771626 - Sharyn Kae (Quiggle) Forbes
B: NSDAR #: 757151 - Darlene Phyllis De Mars Smith
C: NSDAR #: 723092 - Ruth Capes Erickson
D: See also NSDAR # 's: 190976, 221606, 294787, and 382645.
E: "Wall of Honor" - Ellis Island - Quickel Immigrants - Photo by Ralph Quiggle 1995
- Courtesy of Sharyn Kae (Quiggle) Forbes (attached)
F: Birth record: Anna Katrina Monson (attached)
G: Church record: Anna Katarina Monson (attached)
H: Church Certificate of "Remembrance of the First Holy
Communion - Anna Kathriene Bragg dated 9 Dec 1913 (attached)
I: Petition for Naturalization - United States of America - By Anton Monson (attached)
J: Letter - Citizen and Immigration Canada dated January 26, 1996 (attached)
K: Birth certificate - Anna Clara Bragg (attached)
L: Marriage certificate - Anna C. Bragg & George H. Robinson (attached)
M: Birth Record - Eleanor Mary Bragg (attached)
N: Marriage Record - Eleanor Mary Bragg - William Nikolai Lampi
(attached)
O: Letter - The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity -
Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania dated May 30, 1995 (attached)
P: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio - Page 299 (attached)
Q: Hambden Township Cemetery Records - Section 1 - Geauga Co., Ohio (attached)
R: Photograph - Hambden Township Cemetery showing Peter Quiggle's grave marker and its location (attached)
S. Photograph - Peter Quiggle's Tombstone with the inscription: Peter Quiggle - Parker's Co - 7 PA Regt - Rev War (attached)

Background
Peter Quickel / Quiggle is on record with the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) as the Patriot ancestor of at least seven individual current or past members (references "A, B, C & D"). It is my understanding that when Peter Quickel / Quiggle was "de-listed" by DAR as a qualifying Patriot ancestor, these ladies were allowed to retain their membership, but no future member would be allowed to use him as their Patriot ancestor. From a practical point of view that's not a problem in that I believe most, if not all ladies using Peter Quickel / Quiggle as an Patriot ancestor, would also qualify using David Hungerford and Joel Humason.

My appeal is not about "needing" a qualified Patriot ancestor to gain membership to the Society. I am a member of NSSAR via an ancestral line to Joel Humason. My appeal has to do with the value and worth, if any, the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) place on cemetery records and tombstone data found in cemeteries.

It is my understanding that Peter Quickel / Quiggle was removed from the list of Patriot ancestors because of his name being confused (possibly) with a Peter Shekal. I will attempt to cover this and show that point is without value, if credibility is placed on and in cemetery and tombstone records.

"Peter Quickel / Quiggle was said to have been a soldier in Capt. Alexander Parker's Co., 7th Pennsylvania Regimental Militia, Continental Line during 1777-1778."

Source: (letter 26 May 1900 from William H. Egle, Pennsylvania State Historian, to Millicent Quiggle Griste, East Troy, WI, citing PA, 2nd series, Vol 10:632 and Vol 15:472. See also 5th series, Vol 3:233, and 253, 257.

"Peter Quickel (Quiggle) enlisted May 17, 1777, private in Captain Alexander Parker's company of the Seventh Regiment of the Pennsylvania Line. On a muster roll of Sep 9, 1778, it is stated that he was "present, sick."

A review of the above mentioned archive references shows a Peter Shekal, not Quickel or Quiggle etc. However, no Shekal appears in any Lancaster County tax list or in a quick search of the records. Could this change of name be that of an another man all together, or, is the name an English variation of Quickel?

No Peter Quickel / Quiggle is given service in Lancaster County during this time period.

Some of his descendants have preserved the story that he continued to work in a flour mill during his military service. It is true that there was a shortage of flour at that time and it was necessary to guard the mills. Peter may have performed guard duty along with his milling duties."The few mills at such great distances apart rendered it necessary for parties of neighbors to join in company, arm themselves, and go to the mill to-gether --- -- all waiting until the grain was turned into flour" (Jones, History of the Early Settlement of the Juniata Valley).

Peter joined his sons John and Michael and other family members in Trumbull Co., Ohio sometime after 1804. His wife reportedly died there. Peter died in Hambden, Geauga Co., Ohio in 1828; and was buried in Hambden Cemetery, Lot 35 (Official Roster of Soldiers of the American Revolution buried in Ohio and Geauga County Cemetery Records. DAR Honor Roll #63258 - see note.

NOTE: There appears to be some confusion were this DAR Honor Roll number came from. It does not appear to be a descendant's DAR number, nor one issued by NSDAR.

Was Peter Quickel/Quiggle's name changed on the record by the recorder of the Muster Roll?_____________________________________________________________

Could it be possible that the changing of Peter Quickel's name was changed by the Muster Roll Recorder based on his own ethnic background and knowledge of the English language? Did he hear the word Shekal instead of Quickel ? This may be a very difficult if not impossible task to determine; however, I would like to look at other source documents within my own family and show what changes "Officials" have made in recording legal, semi legal documentation.

As a starting point I refer you to reference "E,"a photo of the "Wall of Honor" at Ellis Island New York which shows the family name as "Quickel\Quiggle". Over time the Quickel became Quiggle for most of the descendants.

Some place among the thousands of pages of reference I have Page 59 of Vol I from the following reference. It records the heads of families on the list and the name as recorded is "Quickel". I can not find that Page at the moment to save my life; however, I had recorded the reference.

"Strassburger, Ralph Beaver. Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown, PA : Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 Volumes.

Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1964"

I believe it is fair to say that Peter was still using the name "Quickel" during the time of the Revolutionary War.

I refer now to reference "F,"the Swedish birth record of my grand mother where it records her name as "Anna Katrina Mansson,"then to reference "G" a letter from the parish Church in Sweden showing her name as "Anna Katarina Mänsson". In this official recording, we find an "a" added to her name making it Katarina, a very common presentation of the name in Sweden; however, slightly different then her birth record. We then look at reference "H,"her certificate from her Church Remembrance of her First Holy Communion and we find the Priest, a man of German heritage, has changed the spelling as he understands it to " Anna Kathriene Bragg

We find another change of name for her placed on record by the official taking the sworn affidavit for her father, Anton Monson's Petition for Naturalization to the United States of America (reference "I") when he writes her name as "Anna Catherina Monson"

We also find on coming to America the families last name found above on both birth record documents as "Mänsson" has now changed to "Monson"

The Family Move to Canada
We now find more changes to family names as the family arrives at the Canadian Border at the International Falls, Minnesota and Fort Frances, Ontario Port of Entry. There we find in reference "J" that two of the children have under gone name changes at the hand of another official in his / her recording of this official document. The child "Anna" becomes "Arina,"and her sister "Eleanor" is recorded as "Eliana". The remainder of the family names are correctly recorded. Given the name changes above, I think it is fair to assume the nationality of the official played a major role in introducing these names changes into the historical record.

We find the correct spelling of "Anna's" name on her birth certificate (reference "K") and on her marriage certificate (reference "L") as well as we find "Eleanor's" name spelled correctly on her birth record (reference "M") and on her marriage record (reference "N").

Church Records
In reference "O" we find where a person probably of another nationality can enter errors into Church records during translation. The translation in some notes found by the Archivist in the Minute book records that Philipp Quickel's wife "Sabina" was given the last name of "Knicklin" versus "Quickel". While we might at first glance think it could be two different people recorded here. First, the Archivist records that Sabina Quickel, widow aged 56 years, 2 months, died March 19, 1765, buried her at her wish the next day. And then further down where she notes of the translation of the church notes that the mention of a bequest for Sabina Knicklin" was the only bequest for 1765 recorded.

I think it is fair to say that another name change has occurred to the "Quickel" name in the recording of it as "Knicklin" during a translation in these Church records.

Philipp and Sabina Quickel were the parents of Johann 'Peter' Quickel / Quiggle.

Official Records
In The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution buried in the State of Ohio (reference "P") we find on page 299 under Revolutionary Soldiers 1775-1883 the following record:

Quiggle, Peter (Geauga County)

Served as Pvt. In Capt. Alexander Parker's Company, 7th Regiment, PA Militia. Br. 1732 Lancaster, PA. Parents: Christian Quickel (Quiggle). Married Ann Sophia Nehemia. Children: George, Peter Jr, John, Philip, Michael, Fanny. D. 1828 Geauga County, Ohio. Buried Hambden, Geauga County, Ohio on lot 35. MI: "Peter Quiggle - Parker Co, 7 PA Regt, Rev. War." GM Government Marker. He removed to Geauga where he died. REF: D.A.R. Honor Roll #63258. Further info see Taylor Chapter.

Note 1. Christian Quickel was Peter's grandfather, not his father.

Note 2. The D.A.R. Honor Roll #63258 seems to be a mystery in its origins.

I accept that these records are only as good as the supportable documents and their authenticity provided by the individual who provided the above information. On the surface of it, I would say this info came from a Peter Quiggle descendant and DAR applicant from the "Taylor Chapter of the NSDAR".

Cemetery Records and Tombstone Recordings

Peter Quiggle's burial is recorded in the Hambden Township Cemetery Records - Section I, Geauga County, Ohio found as reference "Q". The recording shows that his tombstone bears the following markings:

Peter Quiggle
Parker's Co
7th PA Regt
Rev War
(died 1828)

Photographs of his tombstone and its location in the Hambden Township Cemetery are attached as references "R" and "S". The smaller photo is clearer and easier to read then the enlargement. It is evident that this stone has been in place many -- many years. The markings will be gone in a few more years from the effects of the weather.

Discussion
Changing of names in official recordings: In presenting the various names changes of my grandmother, Anna Katrina (Katarina)(Catherina) Mänsson Monson and those of my Aunts Eleanor and Anna I am not attempting to prove an error was made in recording Peter Quickel as Peter Shekal, or vice versa. I only present these cases where names were more then likely changed by the official recording them, not by the individual. I give the further example of my own mother whose name was always thought to be "Ruth Alice Helene Bragg,"but when I obtained her birth record, I found the name "Helene" was recorded as "Helena". Or that of my sister Sharon whose name was thought by all to be Sharon Genevieve Anderson, the name she used on her own wedding certificate. It was not until some years later when she obtained her original birth record that she found out her name was recorded as "Sharon Jennive Anderson". As our mother has long since left us, there is no way of finding out what name she meant Sharon to have -- Genevieve or Jennive.

Does the above info prove that Peter Shekal was in fact Peter Quickel ? No, it does not. Using the following considerations: is it possible, probable, or provable, I think it only shows that it was, and is, a possibility only, maybe even a strong possibility. If we give credit to the following statements found earlier in my "Background" comments we may even reach a "probable" conclusion:

"A review of the above mentioned archive references shows a Peter Shekal, not Quickel or Quiggle etc.

However, no Shekal appears in any Lancaster County tax list or in a quick search of the records; and

No Peter Quickel / Quiggle is given service in Lancaster County during this time period.

Could this change of name be that of an another man all together, or, is the name an English variation of Quickel?

As long as the answer to that question remains only that it is "possible,"or even in a stretch, probable, then we must ask ourselves, what other factual evidence do we have. What facts do we have that provides a tangible piece of evidence that Peter Quickel / Quiggle served as a "Patriot" during the Revolutionary War.

We must now turn to the Cemetery Records. Are the recordings made of Tombstone data by thousands of volunteers across the nation considered a sound piece of evidence. Are they of any value? Considering that question brings to mind two things that I have read or seen recently: first, the summer 2002 Vol 3. No. 3 issue of the "New England Ancestors" magazine, where on page 30, I find the following heading "The Records of the Churches of Boston,"on page 31 the heading "Genealogists love cemeteries - A Guide to Massachusetts Cemeteries, and on page 33, "Introducing Your Guide to Cemetery Research,"and secondly, two evenings ago, while giving a presentation on the subject of the "Sons of the American Revolutionary War" to the membership of the British Columbia Genealogy Society, I noticed two tables covered with booklets of records of recordings from various cemeteries through out British Columbia. I ask myself, are they of any value? I know that thousands of individuals across Canada, the United States and Great Britain, and I'm sure other countries have spent thousands and thousands of hours of their time to record the tombstones of our nations. Why? To record these historical words. Words that in all to many cases, are all that is left to record a person's passing.

Does the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution put any stock or value in these records? I truly hope they do!!!

Speaking from first hand experience as a former Officer in Canada's Armed Forces I can tell you of the solemn and dedicated effort that goes into planning the final rest of a fallen comrade. From the moment a Commanding Officer hands you a letter listing your duties as an "Assisting Officer" to the family of a fallen / deceased officer or man, you become dedicated to his or her honor. His or her family needs you. You are the person that steps into their (the family) lives over the coming days and / or weeks to ensure that they get all the help you can provide during this heart breaking time in their lives. I was called on six times over my 32 year military career to do just that. Each year on November the 11th, Remembrance Day, I remember!!! And I still ask myself--did I do all that I could, to do it right!!!

One of the items on a long list of "things to do,"is the "tombstone". And the most important item about that is: "what do you put on it"? What does the family want? What Military Honors is he or she entitled? This is a point that is given the utmost of attention as it is extremely important that whatever you put on this person's tombstone, it has got to be correct. He or she must be entitled to those words. It is a solemn duty. I cannot think of a more dishonorable act towards a fallen comrade as to not record his service to his country correctly.

This brings us to the words on Peter Quiggle's tombstone. In my opinion a family member would have provided the words placed on his tombstone, as it was long after the war that he died. This person would have been contemporary to Peter Quiggle's life. The person having that stone placed as a marker to his grave and a memorial to his life would have given the responsibility solemn and thoughtful consideration to the truth. To believe otherwise, we must then consider someone began a hoax back in 1828. I cannot believe that is the case.

As I write this I'm reminded of an event a few years ago when an American Admiral was found to have worn a service decoration on his uniform that he was not so entitled. He was publicly embarrassed and whether it was a mistake on his tailor's part, or his, little could be done to fix the damage done to his reputation as far as the men in the fleet was concerned. He had worn a ribbon that he had not earned. He had lost honor.

I think military men and those close to them know that "honor" is important while serving their country, and it is no less important to "honor" them correctly after they are gone. It would have been dishonorable to place words on Peter Quiggle's tombstone that he was not so entitled.

Conclusion:
I have no quarrel with the individual that put forth the question of Peter Quickel / Quiggle's qualifications as a Patriot based on the name confusion of Quickel versus Shekal. However, I am of the strong opinion we must look at all the evidence and place weight and value to each piece of that evidence. I believe we as a Society must place credibility on the words placed on one's final marker----his tombstone---it is his or her epitaph ----their final word.

As a member of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, it is with the deepest of respect for the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution that I appeal to your organization to restore "Peter Quickel / Quiggle" to his rightful place in history ---- that of a Patriot!!!!!. Return to him his honor -- it is the right thing to do. The honorable thing to do.

Sincerely
Lyle R. Anderson
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(see more notes in marriage information)

More About Pvt. Johann 'Peter' Quickel Or Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Peter Quiggle, Quickel, Quigley
Birth Fact: 08 Apr 1740, First direct American born "Quiggle" ancestor.
Burial: 1828, Government Marker at the head of his grave, Hambden Cemetery, Hambden Cemetery, Sec. 1, Lot 35, Hambden Township, Geauga County, Ohio
Census: 1790, Series: M637 Roll: 9 Page: 107 (Remainder of County), Mifflin County, Pennsylvania
Christening: 18 May 1740, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania>
Cousins: First cousin with Johann Peter Quickel. Thier fathers were brothers.
DAR: DAR PATRIOT INDEX-CENTENNIAL EDITION PART III P-Z, "Quickel" Ancestry(JHK) Exhibit Q-015, No's 62559, 35055, 63258
Enlisted Date: 17 May 1777, Revolutionary War of 1776, served as Pvt Peter Quickel, Pennsylvania, 7th regiment of Pennsylvania militia in Capt. Alexander Parker's Company.
Medical Information: d. 88 y
Muster Roll: 09 Sep 1778, Stated he was "present, sick"
Nickname: Peter Quiggle
Pension Roll: None
Pioneer: Bef. 1828, Western Reserve Hambden, Geauga County, Ohio, where he died.
Revolutionary War: 17 May 1777, NSDAR #771626 Sharyn Kae (Quiggle) Forbes
Sponsors: 18 May 1740, Johann Peter Volck for Christening
Tombstone: 1828, Stone is marked "Parker's Co. 7th PA Regt. Revolutionary War"

Notes for Anna Sophia Elisabeth Niemeyer:
Notes from Arthur Bielfelt, 6161 Melshore Drive, Mentor, Ohio 44060:

"Her Ohio descendants recorded her name as "Anna Sophis,"but according to Elisabeth Quiggle Jobson's descendants in the Jobson Notes at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, her full name was Anna Sophia Elisabeth Niemeyer. That many names seems to have been passed down as Nehemia (sic). It appears that the pronunciation of Niemery must have been something like NEEahMYer. Apparently someone along the way spelled it like the Biblical name Nehemiah."

WESTERN RESERVE (meaning)
Hello Joan,
During colonial times, various colonies held claims to lands often far to the west of the original colony. After the Revolutionary War, most of the new states relinquished their western claims, at the request of the new Federal Government. The State of Connecticut sort of circumvented turning their claim over to the United States Government by forming the privately held Connecticut Land Company. Several wealthy people in Connecticut invested their money in the company, and bought Connecticut's Western Reserve from the state. This land is, if my memory is right, 3,000,000 acres in what is now the northeast corner of the State of Ohio. The investors each were given land, according to the size of their investments, which they in turn sold to newly arriving settlers. Most of the Western Reserve was surveyed into townships, each being five miles by five miles square. Moses Cleaveland led the surveying expedition, and thus had the town on Lake Erie named for him. The present day counties that make up what was the Western Reserve are Ashtabula, Trumbull, Lake, Geauga, Portage, Cuyahoga, Medina, Lorain, Huron, Erie, and the northern parts of Mahoning, Summit, and Ashland.
Art


More About Anna Sophia Elisabeth Niemeyer:
Aka (Facts Pg): Ann Sophia Nehemia & Niemeier, Nehemia (DAR)
Ancestral File Number: PZ97-BB Ruth Erickson Submission
Burial: 1820, Brookfield, Trumbull County, Ohio
Nickname: Elisabeth
Pioneer: Western Reserve
Record Change: 24 Jul 2002
World Family Tree: CD #5550

Marriage Notes for Johann Quiggle and Anna Niemeyer:
Peter Quiggle notes: Courtesy of Arthur Bielfelt
The Geauga-Republican-Record Wednesday,Mary 4, 1927
"Revolutionary Soldiers Buried In This County"
Peter Quiggle, Served as a private in the Pennsylvania militia. Born at Lancaster, Pa., 1732. Name of children: George, peter Jr., Joh, Phillip, Michael and Fanny. A government marker is at the head of his grave in Hambden cemetery. He died there in 1828."


More About Johann Quiggle and Anna Niemeyer:
Fact: Name on marriage record is Elsabeth Niemeyer
Marriage: 13 Feb 1765, Trinity Lutheran Church,, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

              v.       Sabina Quiggle, born 1742 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Circa 1838 in No record of her death; married Andreas Geydlinger 06 Oct 1761 in Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

More About Sabina Quiggle:
Ancestral File Number: PZ98-RP

More About Andreas Geydlinger and Sabina Quiggle:
Marriage: 06 Oct 1761, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

              vi.       Elisabeth Barbara Quiggle, born 09 Jan 1743/44 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 23 Sep 1773 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married George Hufnagle 12 Jun 1761 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

More About Elisabeth Barbara Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Elisabeth Barbara Quickel
Ancestral File Number: PZ98-SV
Cause of Death: inflammatory sickenss
Medical Information: d. 29 years, 8 months, 14 days

More About George Hufnagle and Elisabeth Quiggle:
Marriage: 12 Jun 1761, , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

              vii.       Philip A. Quiggle, born 1745 in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Circa 1800 in Wayne Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania; married Elizabeth Bef. 1780; born Circa 1755 in , Of Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died in , Of Wayne Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania.

More About Philip A. Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Philip Quickel

More About Elizabeth:
Aka (Facts Pg): Elizabeth Gilfillan McCully (widow)
Burial: Bet. 1822 - 1845, (no stone)
Medical Information: d. 102
Nickname: Betsey
Source: LDS Batch Number F8677-16, Sheet 48, Source Call No. 1396252

More About Philip Quiggle and Elizabeth:
Marriage: Bef. 1780

              viii.       Anna Catherine Margarethe Quiggle, born 25 Sep 1745 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 17 Sep 1827 in Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married Lorentz Herchelroth, Sr. 02 Aug 1763 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; born 18 Jan 1738/39 in Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 27 Oct 1804 in Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

More About Anna Catherine Margarethe Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Anna Catherine Quickel
Burial: 19 Sep 1827, Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Christening: Aft. 03 Sep 1745, Moravian Church, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Medical Information: d. 82 years, 0 months, 14 days
Nickname: Anna

Notes for Lorentz Herchelroth, Sr.:
[Quickel by Dick Diese.FTW]

Jill R. Johnson, 583 Conestoga Dr., Bailey, CO 80421 gives death
date of 1763 and wife as Anna Cathrina Quickel, d/o Philip

More About Lorentz Herchelroth, Sr.:
Aka (Facts Pg): Lorentz Harclerode
Medical Information: d. 65 years, 9 months, 9 days

Marriage Notes for Anna Quiggle and Lorentz Herchelroth:
Marriage 1 Lorentz HERCHELROTH b: 19 JAN 1738/39
Married: 2 AUG 1763 in Rev John Waldschmidt Records
Note: Lorentz Herchelroth, Son of the late John Herchelroth married Anna Catharine Quickel, Daughter of late Philip Quickel, 8/2/1763

posted by Kerin Koontz Horton
Children
Elizabeth HARCLERODE b: 25 DEC 1768
Catharine HARCLERODE b: 1770
Lawrence HARCLERODE b: 1772
Barbara HARCLERODE b: 6 JUL 1773
Juliana HARCLERODE b: 21 NOV 1775
Henry HARCLERODE b: 6 JAN 1777
Anna Maria HARCLERODE b: 26 DEC 1779
John HARCLERODE b: 1782
Eve HARCLERODE


More About Lorentz Herchelroth and Anna Quiggle:
Ceremony: Records of Rev. Waldschmidt
Marriage: 02 Aug 1763, , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

              ix.       Anna Maria Quiggle, born 05 Dec 1749 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 07 Mar 1750/51 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

More About Anna Maria Quiggle:
Aka (Facts Pg): Anna Maria Quiggle\Quickel
Ancestral File Number: PZ98-V7


       6. Pvt. Michael Kline, born 1725 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Bet. 1769 - 1781 in Derry, Lebanon County (now Dauphin), Pennsylvania. He married 7. Dorothea 1753.
       7. Dorothea, born 1735 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

More About Pvt. Michael Kline:
Aka (Facts Pg): Michael Klein (DAR spelling is Kline)
DAR: ID No. 117425, Volume 118, Page 134, also, No. 81284
Enlisted Date: 1776, Capt. Joseph White's company, Col. Mathias Slough's battalion, Lancaster County. He died in Derry, PA.

More About Michael Kline and Dorothea:
Marriage: 1753
       
Child of Michael Kline and Dorothea is:
       3       i.       Fronica Or Frances Catherine 'Fancy' Kline, born 1742 in Clay Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 22 Oct 1804 in , Lycoming County, Pennsylvania; married Pvt. Michael Quiggle Or Quigley in ChECK CHILDREN AND HIS PARENTS.


Generation No. 4

       8. Johann Christophel Quickel, born 1683 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 14 Feb 1735/36 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany, (nicht verzeichnet bis). He was the son of 16. Twin Johann 'Jost' Quickel and 17. Catharina Enders. He married 9. Anna Barbara Ross 23 Oct 1708 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany or Neunkirchen, Germany, (Neunkirchen, nicht verzeichnet bis).
       9. Anna Barbara Ross, born 1687 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), (nicht verzeichnet bis); died 1765 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), (nicht verzeichnet bis). She was the daughter of 18. Hans Or Johann Georg Ross, Sr. and 19. Elizabeth Huebner Or Hubner.

Notes for Johann Christophel Quickel:
Excerpt from Genealogy of Dick Deise:
"He came with family from Germany by way of Rotterdam, Holland aboard Brigantine John, landed at Philadelphia October 19, 1736 and settled in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, ancestry is German."

Pennsylvania German Pioneers (Penna German Society) by Ralph Beaver Strassburger and William John Hike (1934) in Volume 1 p #167, also attending on "Brigantine John" were the following:
Johan Philippus Quickel, John Michel Quickel, Johan George Quickel.

There were 37 Foreigners from the Palatinate, with their families making in all 100 persons landed. The named 37 individuals were all male.

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LOCALITIES AND PARISHES OF HESSEN-DARMSTADT, GERMANY by U. Petra Suess
<http://www.horlacher.org/germany/gazetteer/hessend2.htm>
This gazetteer includes all the hamlets, villages, and cities found in the parts of Hesse-Darmstadt known as Starkenburg, Rhein-Hessen, and Ober-Hessen. It includes the areas included in Hesse-Darmstadt's borders as it existed from about 1866 to 1945. It describes both Protestant and Catholic records, their location, and when then begin.

Nieder-Ramstadt Nieder-Ramstadt (1636) Darmstadt St. Ludwig




More About Johann Christophel Quickel:
Aka (Facts Pg): Johan Christofel Quickel
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-KD
Broderbund CD: CD 719: World Family Tree: Vol 19, Tree 1262
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, "Brigantine John,"Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Medical Information: d. abt 53 y.
Name change: Christopher Quickel
Name in Germany: 1683, Christopher Wickel (per Church records)
Record Change: 30 Jul 2000
Settled: Aft. 1736, Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Ship's Name: 19 Oct 1736, "Brigantine John,"Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Source: Hessisches Statsarchiv, Schlob (written in German) "Quickel & Ross,"courtesy of Roxana Quiggle to Joan (Hamilton) Kushner, September 27, 2001, shows born in Nieder-Ramstadt.

Notes for Anna Barbara Ross:
Deanna Kay Myers "Pickering Quickel GEDCOM " Website <http://www.orvybop.com/
Source: "Quickel/Quiggle/Quigley Families" Volume I of II by Robert Schadt
44 Quiggle Ave., Castanea, Pa. 17745

More About Anna Barbara Ross:
Ancestral File Number: AFN PZ96-LK RUTH ERICKSON
Name in Germany: Lucken I. Taufregister
Record Change: 30 Jul 2000

More About Johann Quickel and Anna Ross:
Alternate Marriage Date: 23 Oct 1708, Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany
Fact: His name was Johann Christof Quickel
Marriage: 23 Oct 1708, Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany or Neunkirchen, Germany, (Neunkirchen, nicht verzeichnet bis)
       
Children of Johann Quickel and Anna Ross are:
              i.       Johann Georg Quickel, 1St, born 16 Nov 1711 in Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 03 Feb 1712/13 in Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Johann Georg Quickel, 1St:
Aka (Facts Pg): George Quickel
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-NW RUTH ERICKSON
Burial: 13 Feb 1712/13, Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany
Cause of Death: died in infancy
Medical Information: d. 1 year, 2 months, 18 days

              ii.       Anna 'Dorothea' Quickel, born 03 Jan 1713/14 in Reckenroth, Amt Usingen, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 28 Feb 1790 in Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland; married Johann Jost Mohr 23 Jun 1733 in Neunkirchen, Hessen-Damstadt, Germany; born in Reckenroth, Amt Usingen, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 1764 in , York County, Pennsylvania.

More About Anna 'Dorothea' Quickel:
Aka (Facts Pg): Dorothea Quickel
Ancestral File Number: PZ98-ZQ
Birth Place: 03 Jan 1713/14, Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany (is this the same as Reckenroth in German?
Immigration: Aft. May 1734, Germany to York, York County, Pennsylvania
Medical Information: d 76 years, 1 month, 25 days

Notes for Johann Jost Mohr:
Source\Books:
"Pennsylvania German Pioneers" by Strassburger and Hinke, Volume 1, 1934 pages 167 and 168 shows Johann Jost Mohr arriving October 19, 1739 in Philadelphia from Rotterdam via Dover on the "Brigatine John". Adult passengers on the same ship were his in-laws Johann Philippus Quickel, Johan Michael Quickle, and Johan George Quickle from the Palatines.

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Dennis Welty <dlw-mesa@cabeleaz.com>

<http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/localities.northam.USA.states.tennessee.counties.greene/3672

Surnames: WELTY, ILGENFRITZ, MOHR, RAUSCH, NEASE, QUICKLE, EULER
Subject: More information concerning John Welty b.1744

Message: Recently I found some new connections that may help in locating the birth record of John Welty. According to records in Shenandoah Co. VA John Adam Roush/Rausch b.1711 immigrated to America in 1736 on the Brig John from Darmstadt Germany. He and wife Susanna had many children including Elizabeth b.1758 who married John Nease and moved to Greene Co. TN about 1800 or so. John and Elizabeth Nease were the baptismal sponsors at Pine Church in Shenadoah Co. VA in 1791 for Elizabeth the daughter of John Welty and wife Margaret nee Ilgenfritz. The name next to Johan Adam Rausch on the ship record is JOHAN JOST MOHR who was an uncle to Margaret the wife of John Welty. According to records published in "Early German Settlers of York County Pennsylvania" by Keith Dull JOST MOHR was the eldest son of Peter Mohr and wife Maria Catherine who immigrated to America in 1739. There daughter Margaret b.1730/31 married George Ilgenfritz and their daughter Margaret b.1762 married John Welty in 1783 in York PA.

Next to Jost Mohr on the ship list in 1736 is Johan George Quickle. In 1762 Jost Mohr was sponsor at the baptism of a son of MICHAEL QUICKLE in York Co. PA. Michael also was on board the ship. Also at St. Matthews Lutheran Church in Hanover York Co. PA JOST MOHR was the sponsor at the baptism of Jacob Euler's son Jacob in 1744. Jacob Euler's son Friederich b.1743 had a daughter Cadarina baptised there also in 1776 and the sponsors were Johannes Falty and Margaret Hellmen. This Johannes Falty/Felty very possibly is the John Welty who married Margaret Ilgenfritz.

All of this suggests that the Welty family may have known the Mohr family in Germany and possibly the Euler family. The Mohr family was from Becherbach Germany across the Rhine river from Darmstadt. There seems to be a migration northward in Germany from Zweibrucken in the 1700s and the Walty/Welty family who appears in Church records near Zweibrucken in 1711 may have migrated northward also.

Any additional information on these families and there origins would be appreciated.
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18 Feb 2003 7:53 AM GMT Ancestry.com message board
Surnames: Quickel, Mohr, Welty, Ilgenfritz
Yes, I am interested in any info on the Quickel family and Jost Mohr especially where they came from in Germany. I believe the Quickels lived next to or nearby to the Ilgenfritz family in Dover/Manchester Twps in York Co. PA John Welty married Margaret Ilgenfritz on Aug 17, 1783 at First Reformed Church in York Co. PA. They moved to Shenandoah Co. VA in 1786 and Greene Co. TN in 1802. You can also E-mail me at <dlw-mesa@cableaz.com>. Thanks. Dennis Welty
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From Dennis Welty
Ancestry Message Board
<dlw-mesa@cableaz.com>
Re: Johann Jost Mohr
Author: Dennis Welty Date: 21 Feb 2003 4:21 PM GMT
Surnames: Mohr Rausch Quickle Ilgenfritz Velte Welty Nease Hauff
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Johann Jost Mohr by: Joan (Hamilton) Kushner
"Uhm, very interesting! Is this the Johann Jost Mohr who arrived in Philadelphia on the Brig John in Oct 1736 and is next to Johan Adam Rausch and Johan George Quickle on the ship list? Is he the son of Peter Mohr who immigrated to America in 1739 and died in 1740 in York Co. PA? Margaret Mohr the daughter of Peter Mohr was b.1730 in Becherbach in the Palatinate. She m. George Ilgenfritz and was the mother of Margaret Welty the wife of John Welty my ancestor. That info is from the Moravian Church records in York Co. PA. Also there are emigration records in Germany that indicate a Peter Mohr emigrated from Becherbach in 1739. Keith Dull in his book "Early German Settlers of York County Pennsylvania" indicates Jost is a son of Peter Mohr and the husband of Dorothea also.

It is possible that Peter Mohr was living in Hessen Germany where Jost was born and then moved to the Palatinate before Margaret was born. What is most interesting to me is that there was a Johannes Velte b. Aug 14, 1743 in Graevenwiesbach, Amt Usingen, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany to Peter and Anna Elizabeth Velte. He was bp. in the Lutheran Church there. This is from the IGI at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Graevenweisbach is in the northern part of Amt. Usingen. Where is the village of Reckenroth located? "The Atlantic Bridge to Germany" by Charles Hall has a Reichenbach in Usingen but no Reckenroth. Is that it? I need to investigate this further because of all the connections with people from this area"

1. Elizabeth Nease, the daughter of Johan Adam Rausch was sp. at the bp. of Elizabeth Welty in Shenandoah Co. VA in 1791

2. Two children and a grandson of John Welty married into the Hauff family in Greene Co. TN. Peter Hauff their ancestor came to America in 1754 with a group of people from the Darmstadt Hessen area. Church records indicate he may have come from the area just west of there.

3. A Peter Welt appears in the Solomon Church records in 1793 in southern Shenandoah Co. VA. A Peter Welt also appears in court and land records in northern Rockingham Co. VA. This area is where the Hauff's also lived before coming to TN.

Thanks for the info
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More About Johann Jost Mohr:
Ancestral File Number: PZ98-XK
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, List 43 B, "Palatines imported in the "Brigatine John,"George Frasier, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover. Qualified the 19th Day of October 1736"
Oath of Allegiance: 19 Oct 1736, List of Foreigners Imported in the Brigatine Perthamboy. Geo. Frazer, Master from Rotterdam

Marriage Notes for Anna Quickel and Johann Mohr:
Both Anna Dorothea Quickel and Johann Jost Mohr and Johann Philip Wickel (Quickel) and Anna Sabina Britsch were married in a double wedding ceremony.

More About Johann Mohr and Anna Quickel:
Fact: She was married the same date that her brother Johann Philipp Quickel was married.
Marriage: 23 Jun 1733, Neunkirchen, Hessen-Damstadt, Germany

              iii.       Johann 'Georg' Quickel, Sr., born 08 Apr 1716 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany, (nicht verzeichnet bis); died Feb 1784 in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania; married Anna 'Maria' Ursula Mueller 23 Apr 1739 in (JCS) Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; born 1720 in , Of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died 1784.

Notes for Johann 'Georg' Quickel, Sr.:
IGS First Immigrant Ancestor List Surname INDEX As of 03 June 1997
<http://feefhs.org/igs/fil/fil-qr.html>
Surname, Given Name... #... Immigration Country & City... Im Year... Death Year
QUICKEL, Johann Michael... 2... GER, HES-Darmstadt Brandu... Immigrated 1736... Died 1787
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From Abstracts of Unrecorded Wills of York County, Pennsylvania 1749-1798 by South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Special Publication #40, Jul/Oct 1989. (Joan (Hamilton) Kushner, researcher)

George Quickel's Will translated by Jacob Barnits dated b Feb 1784 George Quickel in Dover Township, very weak."To wife, Marie Ursala one white headed cow and fodder for cow, 10 bushels of wheat 80 pounds of pork (etc.) To oldest son, Philip the place in Dover Township where I lived for 450 pounds. Household furniture and cattle shall be sold at public venue. Emanuel Seib shall leave as much grain in the ground as there was at the time he got the place, and of the additional he sowed, he shall have half, and the other half shall come to the place. Children-oldest son Philip, heirs of son Peter,son Adam, Daughter Barbara, Daughter Dorthea, Daughter Anna Maria to share equally. Executors: John Hanise and Frederick Eichholtz. Witnesses: Jacob Hoffman and Frederick Rothbauscht. Testator marked. Probated 22 February 1784 with witnesses making oath."
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Art Bielfelt E-mail to Joan (Hamilton) Kushner
Hello Joan,

As far as I know, Johann Georg (no E) Quickel (1716-1784) was only married once, in 1739, though my info on him is incomplete. With German names of this period, you have to be flexible. His wife Anna Maria Ursula Mueller, may have been called Anna Maria; Anna Ursula; or Maria Ursula. It can be very confusing and appear to be several different women, when in fact its the same woman using different variations of her name.

Germans often preceded their names with Johann, or Anna, or Maria, and then used their middle name. Thus you could have brothers: Johann Georg Quickel; Johann Michael Quickel; etc. The same is true for girls.

The G in German is pronounce like we use it in the word "gum." Georg pronounced in German sounds something like "GAYork." To put an e on the end would be to give it a feminine suffix, thus making it a girl's name, and would be pronounced like "GAYorga." When a G is at the end of a word, it is pronounced hard, like a K; thus "GAYork."

I only have two children for this couple: Eva Elisabetha Quickel (1748- ? ); and Johann Adam Quickel (1750- ? ). There may have been more children, but I don't have any record of them. Do you?

Art

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QUICKEL: As I said, is a byproduct of the above, and I know less about them, but:
Hans Georg Quickel (also given as Johann Georg), 30 and wife Maria Quickelin, 27, were on the "Samuel" in 1732. They had two daughters that I know of but I don't know how they connect to the other Quickels. But they probably do; the name is rare. Most of the Quickels seem to be descended from three brothers, Johann Georg, Johann Philipp, and Johann Michael, born in Brandau, Hesse-Darmstadt, who were on the "John" in 1736 (source: Strassburger & Hinke, Pennsylvania German Pioneers) These mostly ended up in York Co and are the ancestors of most of the ones we are talking about, I think; I will paste below what is really all I know and it shows most of the Ensminger and Eichholtz connections, I think.
Jan

More About Johann 'Georg' Quickel, Sr.:
Aka (Facts Pg): John George Quickel (per marriage records and baptismal records)
Ancestral File Number: PZ99-73 RUTH ERICKSON
Birth Fact: 1686, Some believe him to be born in Neunkirchen, Germany.
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, List 43 B, "Palatines imported in the "Brigatine John,"George Frasier, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover. Qualified the 19th Day of October 1736"
Nickname: George Quickel, Jr.
Oath of Allegiance: 19 Oct 1736, List of Foreigners Imported in the Brigatine Perthamboy. Geo. Frazer, Master from Rotterdam. Qualified October 19, 1736.
Residence: Aft. 1736, Dover Township, Pennsylvania
Settled: 1762, Conestoga Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Ship's Name: 19 Oct 1736, Brigantine John, List 43 B
Source: Strassburger & Hinke, Pennsylvania German Pioneers
Tax List: 1762, He was taxed in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania
Will Proved: 29 Jul 1788, , York County, Pennsylvania
Will Written: 06 Feb 1784

More About Anna 'Maria' Ursula Mueller:
Aka (Facts Pg): Maria Ursula Miller; Anna Ursula Mueller (on child's baptism records)
Ancestral File Number: PZ99-88 Ruth Erickson
Nickname: Maria

Marriage Notes for Johann Quickel and Anna Mueller:
Excerpt from Dick Deise Genealogy:

"Lancaster County Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century" by F. Edward Wright, Vol 3, p. 179, married by Caspar Stoever. He 23 years old. Familysearch.org

Familysearch.org
7423106 - 0935153 Film NONE
Ursula MUELLER
Sex: F
Marriage(s):
Spouse: George QUICKEL
Marriage: 23 Apr 1739 Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Marriage Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever (all 1,429 marriages)
1739 04 23 Mueller Ursula (Lancaster) Quickel, John George

More About Johann Quickel and Anna Mueller:
Children: Twelve, 2 of which died as infants.
Church: Trinity Lutheran, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Clergyman: Caspar Stoever, Trinity Lutheran, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Marriage: 23 Apr 1739, (JCS) Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

              iv.       Johann Michel Quickel, 1st, born 28 Oct 1718 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany; died 15 Nov 1720 in Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Johann Michel Quickel, 1st:
Aka (Facts Pg): Johann Michael Quickel
Ancestral File Number: SQTP-WG Submitted by Kenneth Grier Flook
Cause of Death: died in infancy
Christening: 30 Oct 1718, Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany, Eruope
Medical Information: d. 2 years, 0 months, 18 days

              v.       Pvt. Johann 'Michel' Quickel, 2d, born 20 Jul 1721 in (other dates) Brandau, Hessen- Darmstadt, Germany or Baden-Württemberg, Germany; died 18 Dec 1787 in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania; married (1) Barbara Mueller 26 Jul 1741 in Conestoga Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; born in ,, Germany; died Bef. 1761 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married (2) Barbara Snavely 02 Jun 1761 in The First Reformed Congregational Church of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; born 1739; died 18 Apr 1802 in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania.

Notes for Pvt. Johann 'Michel' Quickel, 2d:
Joan (Hamilton) Kushner, Researcher
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Notes for Johann Michael Quickel (from Linda Paxton's files)
John Quickel's father, Michael Quickel, came to America from Germany and landed in Philadelphia on July 25, 1736. Michael settled in the Conestoga Valley in Lancaster County, remained until 1763, at which time he purchased 200 acres of land in what is now Conewago Township, just east of Dover. In 1770, Michael Quickel gave more than 2 acres of land to the Lutheran and Reformed Church which sat at the southwest corner of his original 200 acres. This Church became known as the Quickel's (Zion) Church. A well-respected man in the community, Michael helped teach the local children at Quickel's (Zion) Church. In 1776, as a Captain, Michael led a group of volunteer soldiers to Philadelphia.

A deed was executed by Michael Quickel and his wife Barbara conveying two acres and forty seven perches for a consideration of forty shillings, to the elders and trustees of the Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church, which is the first religious organization founded within the present limits of Conewago Township. This Church is known as Quickel's (Zion) Church. Michael Quickel stipulated in the deed of conveyance that his wife Barbara should have a pew during her life in the new Church, which was built of logs the same year. (see excerpt below)

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Joan (Hamilton) Kushner, family historian & researcher
US/CAN Book area 974.8 k2zfw Joan (Hamilton Kushner (JHK) Exhibit Q-021
Excerpt from "HISTORY OF CHURCHES,"York County, Pennsylvania in Chronological Sequence 1700-1799 compiled by Franklin W. Zarfoss 1988. Found this information at Latter Day Saints Family History Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, c. 1750- (p3) A graveyard is believed to have existed in the area of Quickel's (Zion) Church, Conewago Township, prior to the existence of organized congregations of Lutheran and Reformed worshipers. Jacob Lischy began preaching as a missionary to the Reformed people in the area of the CONEWAGO and PARADISE Townships.
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Arthur Bielfelt Notes:
"Michael Quickel, the founder of Quickel's Church, in Conewago Township, about the middle of the eighteenth century.
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1736- Immigrated to the United States

1737-1759 (need info)

c.1760- (Page_)The nucleus of the Lutheran and Reformed congregation at Quickel's (Zion) Church, Conewago Township, may have had its beginnings in a schoolhouse.

1762- John Quickel, his son, was born in 1762

1763- (p7) A Lutheran congregation was organized west of York by the pastor of Christ Lutheran Church, York. Forerunner of St. PAUL'S-WOLF'S LUTHERAN AND REFORMED CHURCH, West Manchester Township. a frame Church was built.

- The Rev. Nicholas Hornell of Christ Lutheran Church in York began to serve Lutherans in the Conewago Township area. That year is used as the date for the beginning of Quickel's (Zion) Church, QUICKEL'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. (see Para 2, Page 4 of (JHK) Exhibit Q-003)
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1765- (Q-003_
TWO HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY "Quickel's (Zion) Church QUICKEL EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 1763-1963 (given to Joan (Hamilton) Kushner by Roxana Quiggle, September 27, 2001)

The History of Quickel Evangelical Lutheran Church (p4 Para 1)
The first authentic records of Quickel Evangelical Lutheran Church (1) are contained in a baptismal register dated 1765. the first baptism recorded is that of Maria Barbara Weyer, dated April 9, 1765. Three other baptisms appear on the record during this same year. The record is in German script with Latin headings, which would indicated that they must have been kept by the pastor since the members of the congregation were predominantly German. the records; however, does not indicate whether the date used is the date of birth or the date of baptism,and not until 1766 does the word 'born' appear in the baptismal register. It is assumed that the dates in the beginning of the register refer to the date of baptism rather than the date of birth.


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1766

1767- (p9) Proprietors granted an application (similar to a warrant) for thirty acres in Dover Township, "in trust for a School House including a House and Improvements already made for that purpose about six or seven years ago." Quickel's (Zion) Church QUICKEL'S CHURCH, Conewago Township.
-The Rev. John George Bager, a missionary, is said to have organized the Lutheran congregation of Quickel's (Zion) Church. The Reformed congregation was organized about the same time.

1768-1769 (need info)

1770 - (p10)The first register for the HANOVER REFORMED CHURCH was begun by Rev. Jacob Lischy.
2 1/2 acres of land were bought from Michael and Barbara Quickel on which a log Church was built to replace school house/Church structure erected for Quickel's (Zion) Church, Conewago Township, 1763. First building was too far west from center of population.       

1770: June 5, 1770 REAL PROPERTY (Para 1, p9) Q-003
Tract No. 1 - comprising 2 acres and 47 perches conveyed by Michael Quickel and his wife Barbara on June 5, 1770, to Conrad Beeher, Jacob Hake, Paul Wilt, Sebastian Fink, Ludwig Weyer and George Sneider, Trustees.

1771-1775 (need info)

1776 - In 1776, as a Captain, Michael led a group of volunteer soldiers to Philadelphia.

1779- (p13) Q-003,
Deed for land survey for Michael Quickel in 1766 granted the land to the "Elders and Trustees of a Church which the Lutheran and Calvins Congregation have in the said Township." (Quickel's (Zion) Church, Conewago Township, first appeared in the minutes of the Reformed coetus.

1787 - Michael died 18 December 1787

1788: 29 Jul 1788 Prove Date of Will "York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819, ancestry.com
Michael Quickel, July 10, 1785, Executors: Henry Mathias and John Kochenour, Dover Township. Wife: Barbara Quickel. Children: John, Michael, Barbara wife of ___Krider, Elizabeth wife of Michael Kreider, Maria wife of Conrad Ensminger, Catharine wife of Jacob Barr, Anna, and Baltzer. Stepson and daughter: Henry Bohmer, and Mary wife of Philip Miller.

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HISTORY OF THE CHURCH:
Quickel's Church - (p19) INDEX. c.1750, c. 1760, 1765, 1766, 1767, 1770, 1779, 1793
Quickel's Evangelical Lutheran Church - 1763, 1767, 1792, 1795
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1793- (p16) Quickel's (Zion) Church, Conewago Township, built in 1770 was enlarged and served until 1850.

1796 - (p16) On January 12, 1796 lot No. 22 in Stringestown was conveyed to officials of the GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH (Quickel's (Zion) Church), Conewago Township, for use as a burial ground and/or to erect thereon a house for worship or seminary use. This property was sold in 1954.

1796- The congregations of FISSEL'S UNION CHURCH, Shrewsbury Township, purchased an adjoining farm of 291 1/4 acres for 15 pounds and 10 shillings.

On January 12, 1796 lot No. 22 in Strinestown was conveyed to officials of the GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH (Quickel's (Zion) Church), Conewago Township, for use as a burial ground and/or to erect thereon a house for worship or seminary use. This property was sole in 1954.

REAL PROPERTY" (Para 2, p9) (JHK) Exhibit Q-003
Tract No. 2 - comprising lot no. 22 situated in Strinestown conveyed on January 12, 1796, to Frederick Zorger and Peter Strein, officials of the German Lutheran Congregation (Now Quickel Evangelical Lutheran Church). The tract was to be used for a burial ground and/or to erect thereon a house for worship or seminary use. This property was sold by action of the Lutheran Congregation on May 9, 1954, to Mr. Daniel Fink, who had built a house on it in 1945. The consideration was $500.00.

1806:
(Para 3, p9) (JHK) Exhibit Q-003
Tract No. 3 - Comprising 2 acres and 78 perches conveyed by Henry Miller and his wife, Catherine on March 8, 1806, to Samuel Gross and George Miller, Elders and Trustees of the German Religions Society, called the Lutheran Society and George Brunner and John Meyer, Elders and Trustees of the Reformed Society.
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Hello Joan,
According to Janet Harman, this Christian Quiggle and Ann did not exist. It was an error; probably recorded from someone's faulty recollections. I believe that Janet Harman is correct, and that his name was not Christian Quiggle, but was actually Johann Michael Quickel (1721-1787), who was married first to Barbara Mueller, and second to Barbara Snavely Bohner.
I still have some more research to do along this line.
I wrote to Janet Harman on May 28,2002, inquiring about a James W. Quiggle who was a Pennsylvania lawyer and politician at the time of the Civil War. I have still not yet heard from Janet.
Art


More About Pvt. Johann 'Michel' Quickel, 2d:
Aka (Facts Pg): Johan Mich' (O) Quickle, Johann Michael Quickel II
Ancestral File Number: PZ99-WJ Submitted by Ruth Erickson
Birth Source: 1702, Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania, The Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever from 1730-1779, Quickel(JHK) Exhibit Q027
Burial: Aft. 18 Dec 1787, Quickel's Church Cemetery, Zion's View Church, Newberry Township, York, York County, Pennsylvania
DAR: ID No. 117425, Volume 118, Page 134
Founder: He was the founder of Quickel's Church.
Grant Deed: 20 Mar 1770, A deed was executed by Michael Quickel and his wife Barbara conveying two acres and forty sesven perches for a donsideration of forty shillings, to the elders and trustees of the Zion Luther and Reformed Church, which is the first religious org. Q-003
Immigration: 19 Oct 1736, Arrived in Port of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, along with his two brothers to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. on "Brigatine John,"George Fraiser, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover.From GER, HES-Darmstadt Brandu (per IGS)
Land Records: Feb 1767, Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania
Land/Landholder: 01 Apr 1763, He purchased 418 acres from Baltzer Knertzer, and purchased other tracts on July 14, 1764, and April 17, 1769.
Medical Information: d. 66 years, 4 months, 28 days
Name change: John Michael Quickel
Nationality: The Quickel's are of Dutch ancestry and came to this country early in the eighteenth century and settled in Pennsylvania, being classed with that large number of substantial and worthy citizens known as the "Pennsylvania Dutch."
Oath of Allegiance: 19 Oct 1736, List of Foreigners Imported in the Brigatine Perthamboy. Geo. Frazer, Master from rotterdam. Qualified October 19, 1736.
Religion: 1770, The first register for the Hanover Reformed Church was begun by Rev. Jacob Lischy. (see deed information "Notes")
Residence: Aft. 1736, Conestoga Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Revolutionary War: Aug 1776, He was a Captain in the Revolutionary War, Capt. Michael Quickel served his new country as a captain. York County Pennsylvania Militia
Settled: Circa 1763, Conestoga Township, York County, Pennsylvania and moved to York County, dover Township, Pennsylvania
Warranty Deed: Aft. 1736, He deeded land that became the site of Quickel';s Lutheran Church.
Will: 10 Jul 1785, York County, Pennsylvania Wills 1749-1819
Will Proved: 05 Aug 1795, ????York County. German Will. Henry Mathias, Executor, John Kochenour, Executor, John Hameisse, Executor

Notes for Barbara Mueller:



More About Barbara Mueller:
Aka (Facts Pg): Barbara Muller
Ancestral File Number: PZ99-PH
Residence: Conestoga Township, Pennsylvania
Source: F877215 - 1396435 Sheet 35 No Film
Will: 29 Jul 1788, She was NOT named in the will, as she died. He remarried another Barbara, so this can be confusing.

Marriage Notes for Johann Quickel and Barbara Mueller:
Rev. Stoever Marriage Records
1741 07 26 Mueller, Barbara (Conestoga) Quickel, John Michael

Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania

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Marriage Date: 26 Jul 1741
Groom: John Michael Quickel
Bride: Barbara Mueller
Location: Conestoga


More About Johann Quickel and Barbara Mueller:
Clergyman: Rev. Stoever
Fact: First Marriage.
Marriage: 26 Jul 1741, Conestoga Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Widower: He was widowe4 and remarried a widow.

              vi.       Anna Catharina Quickel, born 18 Nov 1723 in Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 1796 in Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania.

More About Anna Catharina Quickel:
Aka (Facts Pg): Anna Catarina Quickel
Ancestral File Number: PZ9B-3J
Christening: 21 Nov 1723, Brandau, Hessen-Damstadt, Germany,
Name change: Anna Catherine Quickel
Sponsors: 02 May 1742, Sponsor for the baptism of Anna Catarina Quickel, b. Mar 23, 1742. The child was probably named for her.

              vii.       Anna Barbara Quickel, born 28 Aug 1727 in Brandau, Hessen-Damstadt, Germany; died 12 Dec 1728 in Brandau, Hessen-Damstadt, Germany.

More About Anna Barbara Quickel:
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-VX RUTH ERICKSON
Burial: 17 Dec 1728, <Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany>
Christening: 28 Aug 1727, Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany,
Medical Information: d. 1 year, 3 months, 14 days

       4       viii.       Johann Philip Quickel Or Quiggle, born 14 Jul 1708 in , Of Brandau, Hessen-Damstadt, Germany; died Oct 1757 in , Northumberland County, Pennsylvania; married Anna Sabrina Britsch 23 Jun 1733 in Brandau Neunkirchen, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.


       10. Johann Peter Britsch, Sr., born 17 Sep 1668 in Shornshein(Reinhessen), west of Oppenheim, Kreis Alzey, Palatinate, Germany; died 21 Mar 1724/25 in Neutsch, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany. He was the son of 20. Johann Britsch. He married 11. Anna Barbara Beilstein 25 Sep 1704 in Herchenrode, District of Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany (Neunkirchen (22 miles southeast of Darmstadt) in Herchenrode (9 miles southeast of Darmastadt)).
       11. Anna Barbara Beilstein, born 1683 in Shornsheim, Kreis Alzey, Palatinate, Germany; died 18 Jan 1749/50 in Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany. She was the daughter of 22. Johann Balthasar Beilstein and 23. Anna Margaretha.

Notes for Johann Peter Britsch, Sr.:
<http://www.moss-fritch.com/Johannes_Fritsch.htm>
Denise L. Moss-Fritch: <denise@moss-fritch.com>
Copyright © 1976-2002 by Ralph G. Fritch and family. All rights reserved.
Revised: 13 Jan 2004 22:01:13 -0800.

                            Johnannes Fritsch
17 September 1668 Johann Peter Britsch was born in Schornshein (Reinhessen), west of Oppenheim. He was the son of Johann Britsch, a cooper who died prior to 1705. 25 November 1704 Johann Peter married Anna Barbara Beilstein in Neunkirchen (11 miles southeast of Darmstadt) on 21 September 1705 they had a son named Johann Adam Britsch born in Herchenrode (9 miles southeast of Darmstadt). The father, Johann Peter Britsch, died in Neutsch (7 miles south southeast of Darmstadt) 21 March 1725 at the age of 56.

Johanna Adam Britsch, a burger and customs house officer, married Anna Margaretha Schmitt in Neutsch 22 January 1728 and they had the following children:
Anna Barbara born 24 December 1729
married 14 June 1753 Neutsch
Neutsch
Maria Magdalena born 5 January 1733
died 31 January 1733 Neutsch
Neutsch
Johann Adam born 9 November 1734
married 30 November 1758
died 6 March 1795 Neutsch
Neutsch
?
Johann Conrad born 9 November 1738 Neutsch
Johann Peter born 30 June 1741
died 2 October 1745 Neutsch
Neutsch
Johannes born 10 June 1744
baptized 14 June 1744 Neutsch
Neutsch


Johann Adam Britsch (father of Johannes) died in Neutsch 31 December 1770 and his wife (mother of Johannes) died 4 October 1782.

In October, 1763(at the age of 19) Johannes went to Eberstadt, where he worked for six months as a millers apprentice. 10 April 1764 he left his position and was given a certificate attesting to his service and describing him as "loyal, quiet, peaceful and honest, of medium height, with short brown hair and blue eyes". In this certificate his name is spelled Johannes Pritsch.

In some way he then made his way to Rotterdam, where he was able to book passage on the American Ship Hero for Philadelphia.

Tuesday 4 September 1764 Ship Hero, Captain Ralph Forster, from Rotterdam with 700 Palatine passengers put into Cowes. 27 October 1764 the ship arrived Philadelphia in a most extraordinary passage of only 30 days from the Isle of Wight.

On Saturday 27 October 1764 he signed an oath of abjuration at the State House in Philadelphia signing as Johannes Frietsch.

30 June 1769 Johannes married Anna Maria Pfaltzgraf (he also spelled it "Pfalzgraf") and they had the following children:

Johannes (John) born 20 January 1771
Elisabeth born 23 November 1772 Maxatawney
Maria Barbara born 3 May 1775 Maxatawney
Johan Henriech born 10 October 1777
died 12 March 1779 Maxatawney
Jacob born 24 August 1779
died 17 January 1850 Maxatawney
Johann Henrich born 30 August 1781
Johann Gorg (George) born 10 October 1787
died 1863 Longswamp
Kutztown

Johannes was active in the New Bethel Zion - Grimville Church in Krumsville, Pa. from sometime prior to 1778 to about 1784 and a deacon during a portion of this time.

Berks County tax records for 1793 list Johannes with 88 acres, 2 horses, 3 cows, grist mill and saw mill in Longswamp. May 8, 1817 John Fritch (Johannes) paid $79.73 to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for a Patent Deed for 90 acres and 150 Perches of land with a dwelling house, a grist mill and about 30 acres cleared. It is assumed there relate to one piece of property but it is not known when he first settled on the property or who built the improvements.

Johannes died 13 September 1823 and his wife, Anna Maria, died 2 November 1821.





More About Johann Peter Britsch, Sr.:
Aka (Facts Pg): Johann Peter Pritz
Ancestral File Number: PZ9Q-DQ
Medical Information: d. 56 years, 6 months, 4 days

More About Anna Barbara Beilstein:
Aka (Facts Pg): Anna Beilstein, Barbara Beilstein
Medical Information: d. abt 78 y

More About Johann Britsch and Anna Beilstein:
Marriage: 25 Sep 1704, Herchenrode, District of Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany (Neunkirchen (22 miles southeast of Darmstadt) in Herchenrode (9 miles southeast of Darmastadt))
       
Children of Johann Britsch and Anna Beilstein are:
              i.       Johann Adam Britsch, born 1705 in Herchenrode (9 miles southeast of Darmstadt), Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 31 Dec 1770; married Anna Margaretha Schmitt 22 Jan 1727/28; died 04 Oct 1782.

More About Johann Adam Britsch:
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-ZG
Occupation: A burger and customs house officer

More About Johann Britsch and Anna Schmitt:
Marriage: 22 Jan 1727/28

              ii.       Johann Georg Britsch, born 1707 in Herchenrode, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Johann Georg Britsch:
Ancestral File Number: PZ97-OL Submitted by Ruth M. Newell

              iii.       Johan Peter Britsch, Jr., born 1711; died Circa 13 Nov 1748 in , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

More About Johan Peter Britsch, Jr.:
Ancestral File Number: PZ97-2X
Medical Information: d. abt age 37

              iv.       Maria Margaretha Britsch, born 1714 in Neutsch, District of Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Maria Margaretha Britsch:
Ancestral File Number: PZ97-34

              v.       Anna Elisabetha Britsch, born 1717 in Neutsch, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Anna Elisabetha Britsch:
Ancestral File Number: PZ97-49

       5       vi.       Anna Sabrina Britsch, born 25 Jan 1708/09 in Herchenrode, Hessen- Darmstadt, Germany (Herchenrode Ernsthofen (1912), previously Neunkirchen); died 19 Mar 1765 in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married (1) Johann Philip Quickel Or Quiggle 23 Jun 1733 in Brandau Neunkirchen, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; married (2) Andreas Gedlinger 06 Oct 1761 in Trinity Lutheran Church of Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.


Generation No. 5

       16. Twin Johann 'Jost' Quickel, born 14 Dec 1641 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt) (nicht verzeichnet bis); died 30 Mar 1688 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt,Germany. He was the son of 32. Leonhard 'Leonard' Quickel and 33. Anna. He married 17. Catharina Enders 05 Jan 1667/68 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany, (nicht verzeichnet bis).
       17. Catharina Enders, born 25 Oct 1650 in Schlierbach, Germany or Brandau, Starkenburg, Hessia, Germany; died 10 May 1710 in Brandau, Sarekenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany. She was the daughter of 34. Gabriel Enders and 35. Barbara.

Notes for Twin Johann 'Jost' Quickel:
Posted by Sandy Kueffner <kjas@gateway.net> on Sat, 02 Jan 1999, in response to Hessen-Darmstadt, 1575-1735, posted by Jeff Darlington on Thu, 01 Oct 1998

Surname: QUICKEL, WICKEL, QUIGGLE
There's a Quickel book in the York County Historical Society library.
Christopher Wickel, Son of Jost Wickel b 1641 Nieder-Ramstadt, Father of Johann Phillip and Johann Georg plus 5 others. Johann Phillip arrived Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19 Oct 1736 Brigatine John.

More About Twin Johann 'Jost' Quickel:
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-B6
Burial: Aft. 30 Mar 1688
Christening: 14 Dec 1641, Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg, Hessia, Germany,
Medical Information: d. 46 years, 3 months, 16 days
Name in Germany: Jost Wickel
Nickname: Jost Quickel
Record Change: 30 Jul 2000
Twin: To Eva Quickel
World Family Tree: #5550 Pedigree Chart FTM Volume 1, pre 1600-present

Notes for Catharina Enders:
Deanna Kay Myers "Pickering Quickel GEDCOM " Website <http://www.orvybop.com/

!Source: "Quickel/Quiggle/Quigley Families" Volume I of II by Robert Schadt
44 Quiggle Ave.
Castanea, Pa. 17745
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"Am 22 February 1355 was created pin the Schlierbach as woman monastery. 1620 were again settled it as man monastery. The Patres pulled been walls with bald areas and empty stores into 64 years through becomes an orphan. Monastery and Church had again to be developed.....

Schlierbachs monastic Church and its splendour specialsame: Anywhere north the alps cannot splendor of this kind be found again. The impression of clenched Stuckierung strengthened by the lining of the pilaster with rich gold climbing work.

Location:
Coming of the A1, you change with the Voralpenkreuz (with Sattledt) on the A9. This ends with Inzersdorf, where you drive then direction Kirchdorf."
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More About Catharina Enders:
Aka (Facts Pg): Catharina Enners or Katharina Enners; Catherina Enders (per Mary Ross)
Burial: 10 May 1710, Brandau, District of Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany
Death Fact: Death and burial could be in either Hoxhohl or in Brandau.
Medical Information: d. 68-69 y

More About Johann Quickel and Catharina Enders:
Marriage: 05 Jan 1667/68, Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany, (nicht verzeichnet bis)
       
Children of Johann Quickel and Catharina Enders are:
              i.       Anna Barbara Quickel, born Circa 1669 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.
              ii.       Maria Barbara Quickel, born 17 Nov 1672 in Reichenbach, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.
              iii.       Johann Leonhard Quickel, born 1681 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Johann Leonhard Quickel:
Aka (Facts Pg): Johann Leonard Quickel
Immigration: 1736, George, Phillip and Michael came over together.
Name in Germany: Wickel

       8       iv.       Johann Christophel Quickel, born 1683 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 14 Feb 1735/36 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany, (nicht verzeichnet bis); married Anna Barbara Ross 23 Oct 1708 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany or Neunkirchen, Germany, (Neunkirchen, nicht verzeichnet bis).
              v.       Johann Georg Quickel, born Bet. 1686 - 1702 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hesse-Darmstadt; married Anna Maria Zubrodt Circa 1730; born Circa 1710 in <Gross Rohrheim, Hessen>.

Notes for Johann Georg Quickel:
HANS GEORG QUICKEL was born 1702 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hesse-Darmstadt. He married ANNA MARIA ZUBRODT. Immigrated on the ship Samuel, arriving in Philadelphia on Aug 11, 1732; passengers listed as Hans Georg Quickel, age 30, Maria Quickel, age 27, and Maria Quickel, age 8.



More About Johann Georg Quickel:
Aka (Facts Pg): Hans Georg Quickel & Hans Georg Wickel
Census: 1736, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Immigration: 11 Aug 1732, (name written by clerk) Philadelphia, The Palitines imported in the Ship "Samuel" of London, Hugh Percy, Mr., from Rott, but last from Cowes.
Ship's Name: 11 Aug 1732, "Samuel,"Arriving in Philadelphia, Pennslvania
Source: Pennsylvania German Pioneers

More About Johann Quickel and Anna Zubrodt:
Marriage: Circa 1730

              vi.       Anna Catharina Quickel, born Bef. 1688.

       18. Hans Or Johann Georg Ross, Sr., born Circa 22 Jun 1645 in Brandau or Beedenkirchen Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 06 May 1693 in Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany. He was the son of 36. Barthlin Ross and 37. Anna Maria. He married 19. Elizabeth Huebner Or Hubner 06 May 1673 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany.
       19. Elizabeth Huebner Or Hubner, born 1653 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 30 Jan 1715/16 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. She was the daughter of 38. George Huebner Hubner.

More About Hans Or Johann Georg Ross, Sr.:
Aka (Facts Pg): Hans Georg Ross
Ancestral File Number: V33Q-44, 8TLN-H6 Submitted by Ruth M. Newell
Medical Information: d. abt age 48

More About Elizabeth Huebner Or Hubner:
Aka (Facts Pg): Elisabeth Huebner
Ancestral File Number: V33Q-59 & 8TLN-TW, submitted by Ruth M. Newell
Medical Information: d. abt age 63
Name in Germany: Frau Gertrude

Marriage Notes for Hans Ross and Elizabeth Hubner:
Children of Elizabeth Hübner and Johann Georg Ross are: i. Margaretha Elisabetha was born ABT 1670 in Brandau.
ii. Johann Peter Ross was born ABT 1679 in Brandau, and died ABT 13 MAR 1749 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. He married Anna Beilstein 19 NOV 1705 in Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, Daughter of Johann Balthasar Beilstein and Anna Margaretha. She was born ABT 1681 in Herchenrode, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, and died ABT 21 JUN 1761.
iii. Johann Georg Ross was born ABT 1683, and died ABT 1 NOV 1733 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. He married Gertraud (Köbel) Köpel 7 NOV 1703 in Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, Daughter of Erhard Köpel. She was born ABT 1678, and died ABT 28 FEB 1713 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. He married Catherine Barbara Röder, Daughter of Johann Georg Röder and Anna Barbara Beilstein. She was born 29 JUL 1686 in Niederhausen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, and died ABT 11 APR 1743 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.
iv. Catharina Ross was born ABT 1684.
v. Anna Barbara Ross was born ABT 1687. She married Johann Christof Quickel 23 OCT 1708 in Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse, Germany, Son of Jost Quickel and Catharina Enders. He was born ABT 1683 in Schlussselfeld im Württemberg, and died 1736.
vi. Johann Philipp Ross was born ABT 24 MAR 1692. He married Anna Margaretha Hartmann 1 AUG 1715 in Ober-Beerbach, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.



More About Hans Ross and Elizabeth Hubner:
Marriage: 06 May 1673, Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany
Marriage Place: 06 May 1673, Schlussselfeld im Württemberg
       
Children of Hans Ross and Elizabeth Hubner are:
              i.       Johann Peter Ross, born in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; died Circa 13 Mar 1748/49 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; married Anna Barbara Beilstein 19 Nov 1705 in Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; born 1683 in Shornsheim, Kreis Alzey, Palatinate, Germany; died 18 Jan 1749/50 in Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Anna Barbara Beilstein:
Aka (Facts Pg): Anna Beilstein, Barbara Beilstein
Medical Information: d. abt 78 y

More About Johann Ross and Anna Beilstein:
Marriage: 19 Nov 1705, Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany

              ii.       Johann Georg Ross, Jr., died Circa 01 Nov 1733 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; married (1) Catherine Barbara Roder; born 29 Jul 1686 in Niederhausen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; died Circa 11 Apr 1743 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; married (2) Gertrude Kobel Kopel 07 Nov 1703 in Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; died 18 Feb 1712/13 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Johann Ross and Gertrude Kopel:
Marriage: 07 Nov 1703, Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany

       9       iii.       Anna Barbara Ross, born 1687 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), (nicht verzeichnet bis); died 1765 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), (nicht verzeichnet bis); married Johann Christophel Quickel 23 Oct 1708 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany or Neunkirchen, Germany, (Neunkirchen, nicht verzeichnet bis).
              iv.       Margaretha Elisabetha Ross, born 1670.
              v.       Catharina Ross, born Circa 1684.
              vi.       Johann Philipp Ross, born Circa 24 Mar 1691/92; married Anna Margaretha Harmann 01 Aug 1715 in Ober-Beerbach, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germandy.

More About Johann Ross and Anna Harmann:
Marriage: 01 Aug 1715, Ober-Beerbach, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germandy


       20. Johann Britsch, born in Shornsheim (District of Rheinhessen, Hesse-Darmstadt) Kreis Alzey, Palatinate, Germany; died Bef. 1705.

More About Johann Britsch:
Ancestral File Number: PZ9Q-BD
Occupation: Cooper (makes and replaces barrels)
       
Child of Johann Britsch is:
       10       i.       Johann Peter Britsch, Sr., born 17 Sep 1668 in Shornshein(Reinhessen), west of Oppenheim, Kreis Alzey, Palatinate, Germany; died 21 Mar 1724/25 in Neutsch, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; married Anna Barbara Beilstein 25 Sep 1704 in Herchenrode, District of Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany (Neunkirchen (22 miles southeast of Darmstadt) in Herchenrode (9 miles southeast of Darmastadt)).


       22. Johann Balthasar Beilstein He married 23. Anna Margaretha.
       23. Anna Margaretha
       
Child of Johann Beilstein and Anna is:
       11       i.       Anna Barbara Beilstein, born 1683 in Shornsheim, Kreis Alzey, Palatinate, Germany; died 18 Jan 1749/50 in Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; married (1) Johann Peter Britsch, Sr. 25 Sep 1704 in Herchenrode, District of Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany (Neunkirchen (22 miles southeast of Darmstadt) in Herchenrode (9 miles southeast of Darmastadt)); married (2) Johann Peter Ross 19 Nov 1705 in Neunkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.


Generation No. 6

       32. Leonhard 'Leonard' Quickel, born 1607 in Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany; died 27 Jan 1649/50 in Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany. He was the son of 64. Hans Quickel and 65. Margarett Or Margaretha. He married 33. Anna 11 Nov 1640 in Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany.
       33. Anna, died 02 Apr 1644 in Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany.

Notes for Leonhard 'Leonard' Quickel:
On July 197, Janet (Quiggle) Harman writes, "I'm not at all comfortable about naming them as progenitors-not proven-could be brother,uncle, cousin, grandfather, Sister, aunt, etc. During 30 Years War much chaos, the plague, etc. People on the move." She referenced Hans Quickel, 1575 and wife Margarett. AFN PZ96-45 RUTH ERICKSON.

More About Leonhard 'Leonard' Quickel:
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-45
Medical Information: d. age 43 y
Record Change: 30 Jul 2000

More About Anna:
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-OG
Cause of Death: Possibly complications from childbirth of her last child.
Medical Information: d. age 33 y She died 30 days after her last child was born.

Marriage Notes for Leonhard Quickel and Anna:
Notes from Arthur Bielfelt: 6161 Melshore Drive, Mentor Ohio44060-2339. <arjastbi@hotmail.com>

"The birth of Leonhard Quickel's firstborn, Elisabeth Quickel, doesn't name the mother; and Elisabeth was born a full year before Leonhard and Anna were married. Was Elisabeth an illegitimate daughter? Was Anna her mother? This was the period of the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) which ravaged most of Germany. They were trying times, with extenuating circumstances. One can't help but wonder what transpired here."

More About Leonhard Quickel and Anna:
Fact: First Marriage. She died in 1644
Marriage: 11 Nov 1640, Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany
       
Children of Leonhard Quickel and Anna are:
              i.       Elisabeth B. Quickel, born 22 Nov 1639 in Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany.

Notes for Elisabeth B. Quickel:
Notes from Arthur Bielfelt: 6161 Melshore Drive, Mentor Ohio44060-2339. <arjastbi@hotmail.com>

"The birth of Leonhard Quickel's firstborn, Elisabeth Quickel, doesn't name the mother; and Elisabeth was born a full year before Leonhard and Anna were married. Was Elisabeth an illegitimate daughter? Was Anna her mother? This was the period of the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) which ravaged most of Germany. They were trying times, with extenuating circumstances. One can't help but wonder what transpired here."


More About Elisabeth B. Quickel:
Ancestral File Number: PZ95-X5
Birth Fact: Born one year before the marriage of her parents.

              ii.       Twin Eva Quickel, born 14 Dec 1641 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Twin Eva Quickel:
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-2S Ruth M. Newell, Submitter
Twin: To Jost Quickel

       16       iii.       Twin Johann 'Jost' Quickel, born 14 Dec 1641 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt) (nicht verzeichnet bis); died 30 Mar 1688 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt,Germany; married Catharina Enders 05 Jan 1667/68 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany, (nicht verzeichnet bis).
              iv.       Hans Quickel, born 03 Mar 1643/44 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died in There was a second Hans born to this family by second wife.

More About Hans Quickel:
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-30
Cause of Death: died in infancy
Medical Information: Died possibly due to child birth, as mother died 30 days later.


       34. Gabriel Enders, born Circa 1625 in Stettbach and Staffel Germany. He married 35. Barbara Bef. 1650.
       35. Barbara, born Circa 1630.

More About Gabriel Enders:
Aka (Facts Pg): Enners

More About Gabriel Enders and Barbara:
Marriage: Bef. 1650
       
Child of Gabriel Enders and Barbara is:
       17       i.       Catharina Enders, born 25 Oct 1650 in Schlierbach, Germany or Brandau, Starkenburg, Hessia, Germany; died 10 May 1710 in Brandau, Sarekenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; married Twin Johann 'Jost' Quickel 05 Jan 1667/68 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany, (nicht verzeichnet bis).


       36. Barthlin Ross, born in , Of Beedenkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; died 15 Sep 1665 in Beedenkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. He married 37. Anna Maria in , Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.
       37. Anna Maria, born in , Of Beedenkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; died 23 Mar 1684/85 in Beedenkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Barthlin Ross:
Ancestral File Number: 8TLN-DN

More About Anna Maria:
Ancestral File Number: 8TLN-FT

More About Barthlin Ross and Anna:
Marriage: , Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany
       
Children of Barthlin Ross and Anna are:
              i.       Andreas Ross, born 1644 in Beedenkirchen, Starkenbg, Hessen.

More About Andreas Ross:
Ancestral File Number: 8TLN-G1

       18       ii.       Hans Or Johann Georg Ross, Sr., born Circa 22 Jun 1645 in Brandau or Beedenkirchen Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 06 May 1693 in Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; married Elizabeth Huebner Or Hubner 06 May 1673 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany.
              iii.       Johannes Ross, born 1647 in Beedenkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Johannes Ross:
Ancestral File Number: 8TLN-49

              iv.       Peter Ross, born 02 Feb 1648/49 in Beedenkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Peter Ross:
Ancestral File Number: 8TLN-JC

              v.       Nikolaus Ross, born 25 Mar 1652 in Beedenkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; died 23 Sep 1720 in Beedenkirchen, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.

More About Nikolaus Ross:
Ancestral File Number: 8TLN-KJ

              vi.       Margaretha Ross, born 24 May 1654 in Beedenkirchen, Starkenbg, Hessen, Germany.

More About Margaretha Ross:
Ancestral File Number: 8TLN-LP


       38. George Huebner Hubner, died Circa 08 Jul 1693.
       
Child of George Huebner Hubner is:
       19       i.       Elizabeth Huebner Or Hubner, born 1653 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 30 Jan 1715/16 in Brandau, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; married Hans Or Johann Georg Ross, Sr. 06 May 1673 in Brandau, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany.


Generation No. 7

       64. Hans Quickel, born Circa 1575 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 25 Mar 1639 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany. He met 65. Margarett Or Margaretha Bef. 1607 in (this may not be a marriage) Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany.
       65. Margarett Or Margaretha, born in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany; died 10 Jan 1636/37 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.

Notes for Hans Quickel:
History of the name:
Variations of last name is Quickel, Quickly, Quickle, Quiggle, and Quigley. According to research by DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) there is reason to believe that the early spelling of the name was "Quaglia" from the Alps area of southern Germany.
*****
Pat Quickel says the following:
"My great grandfather was Harrison Sively Quickel. His father was William Harrison. I have looked for the Alleghany County Quickel's and found the last name Yuickel. The first names and dates all matched."
*****
Note by Joan (Hamilton) Kushner:
The ships passenger lists shows both variations of his name; Yuickel and Quickel.

More About Hans Quickel:
Aka (Facts Pg): Yuickel, Quickle, Quiggle, Quigley, Quick
Ancestral File Number: PZ95-R9 Submitted by Ruth M. Newell
Burial: Aft. 25 Mar 1639, Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany
Name (Facts Pg): Quick: There is a clue that the name was originally "Quick" per Janice (Quiggle) Harman
Name in Germany: Hans Yuickel

More About Margarett Or Margaretha:
Aka (Facts Pg): Margaret, Margarete
Ancestral File Number: PZ96-OG, PZ95-SG, PZ95-R9 RUTH ERICKSON
Burial: Aft. 10 Jan 1636/37, Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany

More About Hans Quickel and Margarett:
Unknown-Begin: Bef. 1607, (this may not be a marriage) Nieder-Ramstadt, Starkenburg (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany
       
Child of Hans Quickel and Margarett is:
       32       i.       Leonhard 'Leonard' Quickel, born 1607 in Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany; died 27 Jan 1649/50 in Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany; married (1) Anna 11 Nov 1640 in Nieder-Ramstadt, District of Starkenburg, Hessen (now Hessen-Darmstadt), Germany; married (2) Margarete 1645 in Nieder-Ramstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.




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