Michael Oswald Wheeler

M
Mother*Ellen Frances Rider

Johannes Martin Batdorf

M, b. September 1698, d. 20 February 1782
Revolutionary War Patriot - Martin Bottorff (Batdorf) - DAR # A012486
Revolutionary ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution - Martin Batdorf
Father*Johannes Jacob Peter Batdorf b. 1648, d. 1709
Mother*Anna Maria Catharina Herber b. 9 May 1677, d. 14 Jan 1748
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationJohannes Martin Batdorf was also known as Bottorff.
Name VariationJohannes Martin Batdorf was also known as Martin.
Name VariationJohannes Martin Batdorf was also known as Battorf.
Name VariationJohannes Martin Batdorf was also known as Martinus.
  • Johannes Martin Batdorf was born in September 1698 at Switzerland also reported as Germany.
  • He was the son of Johannes Jacob Peter Batdorf and Anna Maria Catharina Herber.
  • Johannes Martin Batdorf married Margaretha Elisabetha Walborn, daughter of Johann Adam Walborn and Anna Elizabetha Feg, in 1718 at New York.
  • Johannes Martin Batdorf died on 20 February 1782 at Berks, Pennsylvania, at age 83.
  • He was buried after 20 February 1782 at Christ Lutheran Cemetery, Stouchsburg, Berks, Pennsylvania, (There is no written record that Johannes Martin is buried here. It is an assumption because he was a charter member and deacon of this congregation and lived in this area. No tombstone can be found although there are others of his family buried here.).
     He came to American with his widowed mother and his sister. Martinus was a delagate to the high Lutheran Ministerium in Philadelphia in 1748-1752. He was a charter member and deacon of Christ Lutheran Church, Strouchburg, Berks Co., PA. He was a farmer. He and Maria left Schoharif, NY, in 1723 with a body of 150 men, women and children and settled in Meyerstown, Lebanon Co., PA (Woschester Co.). The company cut a road from Schoharie, NY, to the head waters of the Susquehanna River, down which they floated their flatboats and canoes holding their women, children, and household goods. They drove their cattle along the banks of the stream. When they reached what is now Middletown, PA, they turned up the Swatara Creek and finally landed at their intended destination in the western part of Berks County and the eastern part of Lebanon County (then a part of Lancaster Co.), with none but Indians for their neighbors. Here they squatted, each family picking their own particular spot to build a home. Martin and Maria Elizabeth built their home on a small branch of the Tulpehocken Creek, about 1 1/2 miles north and east of what is now Myerstown, Lebanon Co., PA. Martin bought his land, 329 acres, on 2 Nov 1739, after having "squatted" on it as early as 1727. Charter member and deacon of Christ Lutheran Church, Strochburg, Berks Co., PA. 1748, high delegate representative to the first organization convention. Well educated, very proficient in reading & writing. Johannes Martin Batdorf immigrated with Anna Maria Catharina Herber in 1710 at London, England to, New York, New York; After her father died in the Palatines' encampment outside London, her mother embarked for America with her five children, three of whom died enroute leaving only their mother (Anna Maria), Catharina and her brother, Martin, as sole survivors of the Batdorf family to reach America at that time.

Children of Johannes Martin Batdorf and Margaretha Elisabetha Walborn

Margaretha Elisabetha Walborn

F, b. 25 October 1696, d. 1796
Father*Johann Adam Walborn b. 1666, d. 1741
Mother*Anna Elizabetha Feg b. 1670
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationMargaretha Elisabetha Walborn was also known as Maria Elizabetha.
Married Name1718As of 1718,her married name was Bottorff.
Married Name1718As of 1718,her married name was Batdorf.
  • Margaretha Elisabetha Walborn was born on 25 October 1696 at Germany.
  • She was the daughter of Johann Adam Walborn and Anna Elizabetha Feg.
  • Margaretha Elisabetha Walborn married Johannes Martin Batdorf, son of Johannes Jacob Peter Batdorf and Anna Maria Catharina Herber, in 1718 at New York.
  • Margaretha Elisabetha Walborn was buried in 1796 at Christ Lutheran Cemetery, Stouchsburg, Berks, Pennsylvania, (There is no written record of where Maria Elizabeth is buried. Christ Lutheran Cemetery in Stouchsburg, Berks County, Pennsylvania is an assumption because her husband was a charter member and deacon of this congregation and they lived in this area. No tombstone can be found although there are others of her family buried here.).
  • She died in 1796 at Myerstown, Lebanon, Pennsylvania.

Children of Margaretha Elisabetha Walborn and Johannes Martin Batdorf

Johannes Jacob Peter Batdorf

M, b. 1648, d. 1709
Father*Johannes Batdorf Jr. b. 1600, d. 1669
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationJohannes Jacob Peter Batdorf was also known as Peter.
Name VariationJohannes Jacob Peter Batdorf was also known as Johannes Peter.
     Suffice it to say that the Batdorf family for several generations had been, for that period, well-educated people, and as expected, Johannes, Jr.'s son, JOHN JACOB PETER BATDORF, followed the family tradition, and in 1680 was listed as a Professor. JOHANNES JACOB PETER BATDORF, with his wife Anna Maria
Catharina, left their native Switzerland in search of a better life where they would no longer have to endure the terrors and horrors of the Religious persecutions. They lived for several years in Palatine,
Germany, where their five children were born. In 1707-08 it was so cold in the Rhine Basin that their crops, fruit trees, grape vines and meadows were all killed by the frost. Rivers were ice bound and even the sea froze along the coasts. Louis XIV of France taxed unbearably, and southwest Germany was plundered time and again by the French and German robber Barons. This land knew no rest, having suffered wars and religious persecution of its people. The ravages of wars and the persecutions of the Protestants made them fearful, so during the summer of 1708, Professor Johannes Jacob Peter Bardorf, with his wife and five children, left their home in the small village of Badorf, near Stuttgart, Germany, and traveled the tedious trip by boat down the Rhine River to Rotterdam, Holland. From Rotterdam, they were transported by ship to England to await further transportation to America. Like the Hans Adam Walborn family with whom they had become acquainted, they joined the thousands who took advantage of Queen Anne's offer to transport families to America, with the intention of establishing a colony in present New York State. Their trip was a long and extremely hard one, and it was not without tragedy for the Batdorf family. Johannes Jacob Peter Batdorf, the father, died in London in 1709, and three of their children perished on the journey to America -- either on the ship, or shortly after they arrived at New York, NY., 10 June 1710, as we find only the widow Anna Catharina Batdorf, and a son and daughter survived the journey to the new land.

Children of Johannes Jacob Peter Batdorf and Anna Maria Catharina Herber

Anna Maria Catharina Herber

F, b. 9 May 1677, d. 14 January 1748
Father*Johannes Heinrich Herber b. 8 Jan 1659, d. c 1700
Mother*Anna Maria Seemann b. 23 May 1659, d. 1698
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationAnna Maria Catharina Herber was also known as Anspach.
Married Namecirca 1695As of circa 1695,her married name was Batdorf.
     Anna Maria Catharina Herber immigrated in 1710 to London, England to, New York, New York, After her father died in the Palatines' encampment outside London, her mother embarked for America with her five children, three of whom died enroute leaving only their mother (Anna Maria), Catharina and her brother, Martin, as sole survivors of the Batdorf family to reach America at that time.

Children of Anna Maria Catharina Herber and Johannes Jacob Peter Batdorf

Johannes Batdorf Jr.

M, b. 1600, d. 1669
Father*Johannes Batdorf b. 1564, d. 1614
  • Johannes Batdorf Jr. was born in 1600 at Switzerland.
  • He was the son of Johannes Batdorf.
  • Johannes Batdorf Jr. died in 1669 at Switzerland.
     Johannes Batdorf, Jr. followed in his father's footsteps and in 1647 was a Professor who was expounding the religious controversies and was teaching others the methods of expounding the gospel Gottesgel Aineheit. In 1654, Johannes Jr. was listed as a Professor of the Old Testament.

Child of Johannes Batdorf Jr.

Johannes Batdorf

M, b. 1564, d. 1614
Father*Johannes Jacob Batdorf b. 1534, d. 1584
  • Johannes Batdorf was born in 1564 at Westphalia, Germany.
  • He was the son of Johannes Jacob Batdorf.
  • Johannes Batdorf died in 1614 at Basel, Switzerland.

Child of Johannes Batdorf

Johannes Jacob Batdorf

M, b. 1534, d. 1584
Father*Johannes Batdorf b. 1508
  • Johannes Jacob Batdorf was born in 1534 at Westphalia, Germany.
  • He was the son of Johannes Batdorf.
  • Johannes Jacob Batdorf died in 1584 at Westphalia, Germany.
     Minister of the Gospel.

Child of Johannes Jacob Batdorf

Johannes Batdorf

M, b. 1508
  • Johannes Batdorf was born in 1508 at Westphalia, Germany.

Child of Johannes Batdorf

Johann Adam Walborn

M, b. 1666, d. 1741
Father*Joachim Walborn b. 1629, d. 10 Sep 1689
Mother*Anna Maria (?) b. 1636, d. 30 Dec 1693
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationJohann Adam Walborn was also known as Hans.
     Johann “Hans” Adam Walborn was born in Weisbaden, Germany. He married Anna Elizabetha Feg in Mosbach-Biebrich, Weisbaden, Germany, on February 15, 1691. Anna was born about 1668 in Vollmersbach, Idar-Overstein, Germany, the daughter of Johann Peter Feg and Anna Maria Risch. Both the Feg and the Risch families emigrated at the same time as Hans and Anna. Her paternal grandparents were Nicolaus Feg and Anna Margaretha Koch. Anna's last name is sometimes given as Gietz (Zietz), There is confusion among sources for their marriage information that has not been resolved.

Following their marriage, Hans was a tenant farmer, living in a section of the Rhine Valley known as the Palatinate, on land owned by Egydius Sartorius. Church records of the family were found in Wiesbach-Nassau, Germany. No doubt Hans was discouraged with the meager living he could provide for his family as a tenant farmer. The Palatine people were tired and wary of the ravages and destruction of the European Wars, the bloody persecutions, and the dreadful sufferings of the Protestants. One can easily understand why they joined the many thousands who took advantage of Queen Anne's offer to transport families to America, with the intention of establishing a colony in the present state of New York.

In the summer of 1708, the Walborns traveled by boat down the Rhine to Rotterdam, Holland. The trip was a long and tedious one, requiring many stops made enroute, and required considerable time. In some places they had to pay tolls to pass and before they reached Rotterdam, most of their meager resources had been exhausted. They then had to obtain passage to England. By the time they reached London most of them were destitute and entirely dependent upon the English government for subsistence.

Ten vessels were loaded with over three thousand Germans and among them were several families of our ancestors -- the Hans Adam Walborn family, the Peter Batdorf family, the Johann Peter Feg family and the Johannes Risch family. They left England the 25th of December, 1709, and after a six months' arduous voyage reached New York in June, 1710. The voyage was longer than usual because of heavy storms. The crowded quarters, the foul air and insufficient food, made them easy prey of disease, and many died. Upon landing, the survivors were encamped in tents they had brought with them from England. Here they remained till late in autumn, when about fourteen hundred were moved one hundred miles up the Hudson River to Livingston Manor.

The Walborn, Batdorf, Feg and Risch families were among those settled at Livingston Manor. Governor Robert Hunter of New York had arranged passage for 2500 Germans to America in exchange for their being indentured to work at the tar and pitch processing plants along Schoharie Creek and the Hudson River in New York. After two years of work the tar/pitch program was closed because it was never financially viable (largely due to the German's resistance to serfdom). The experiment was a complete failure, and the Germans apparently were abandoned. Being unjustly oppressed, they became dissatisfied with their treatment and their situation.

Our ancestors were among the one hundred and fifty families who, in order to escape the certainty of starvation, left late in the autumn of 1712, for Schoharie Valley, about sixty miles north-west of Livingston Manor. The country was uncleared forest. They had no open roads and no horses to carry or haul their meager possessions. They loaded their belongings on crude, roughly-built sleds and pulled them by hand through a three-feet-deep snow, which greatly impeded their progress. Because of the snow and the unbroken forest, it took them three full weeks to reach their destination. Johann Adam Walborn immigrated in June 1710 to London, England to, New York.

Children of Johann Adam Walborn and Anna Elizabetha Feg

Anna Elizabetha Feg

F, b. 1670
Father*Nicolaus Schneider b. 5 Mar 1648, d. 27 Apr 1724
Mother*Anna Margaretha Koch b. c 1652, d. Nov 1697
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationAnna Elizabetha Feg was also known as Zietz.
Name VariationAnna Elizabetha Feg was also known as Faeg.
Name VariationAnna Elizabetha Feg was also known as Gietz.
Married Name15 February 1691As of 15 February 1691,her married name was Walborn.

Children of Anna Elizabetha Feg and Johann Adam Walborn

Johann Peter Feg

M, b. 17 November 1672, d. 5 December 1744
Father*Nicolaus Schneider b. 5 Mar 1648, d. 27 Apr 1724
Mother*Anna Margaretha Koch b. c 1652, d. Nov 1697
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationJohann Peter Feg was also known as Veeck.
Name VariationJohann Peter Feg was also known as Schneider name at baptism.
Name VariationJohann Peter Feg was also known as Hanss Peter.
Name VariationJohann Peter Feg was also known as Feeck.
Name VariationJohann Peter Feg was also known as Faeg.
Name VariationJohann Peter Feg was also known as Peter.
Name VariationJohann Peter Feg was also known as John Peter.
Name VariationJohann Peter Feg was also known as Feck.
     Johann Peter Feg left a will signed Peter Feck. The German origins of the Weisers - John Peter Feg (Feck).
The German origins of the Weisers - pages 17-18 - John Peter Feg (Feck)
He immigrated in 1710 to New York, New York, then on to Pennsylvania, Arrival Place:     New York, New York
Primary Immigrant:     Faeg, Johann Peter
Family Members:     Wife Anna Maria Risch; Daughter Anna Catharina; Daughter Anna Eva; Daughter Eva Elisabeth; Daughter Elisabeth.

Children of Johann Peter Feg and Anna Maria Risch

Citations

  1. [S404] Germany Baptisms and Baptisms Digital Archives, by Ancestry.com, FHL Film Number:     489869.
  2. [S405] Germany Marriages Digital Archives, by Ancestry.com, FHL Film Number:     489869.

Anna Maria Risch

F, b. 15 May 1681
Father*Johannes Risch b. 1646, d. Jun 1717
Mother*Anna Margaretha (?) b. 30 Apr 1651, d. 26 May 1728
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name26 November 1697As of 26 November 1697,her married name was Faeg.
Married Name26 November 1697As of 26 November 1697,her married name was Feck.
Married Name26 November 1697As of 26 November 1697,her married name was Feeck.
Married Name26 November 1697As of 26 November 1697,her married name was Feg.
     The German origins of the Weisers - John Peter Feg (Feck).
The German origins of the Weisers - pages 17-18 - John Peter Feg (Feck)
Anna Maria Risch immigrated with Johann Peter Feg in 1710 at New York, New York, then on to Pennsylvania; Arrival Place:     New York, New York
Primary Immigrant:     Faeg, Johann Peter
Family Members:     Wife Anna Maria Risch; Daughter Anna Catharina; Daughter Anna Eva; Daughter Eva Elisabeth; Daughter Elisabeth.

Children of Anna Maria Risch and Johann Peter Feg

Citations

  1. [S404] Germany Baptisms and Baptisms Digital Archives, by Ancestry.com, FHL Film Number:     489869.
  2. [S405] Germany Marriages Digital Archives, by Ancestry.com, FHL Film Number:     489869.

Nicolaus Schneider

M, b. 5 March 1648, d. 27 April 1724
Father*Johannes Schneider
Mother*unknown (?)
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationNicolaus Schneider was also known as Feg.
Name Changecirca 1692On circa 1692 his name was changed to Veeck from Schneider.
  • Nicolaus Schneider was born on 5 March 1648 at Germany.
  • He was the son of Johannes Schneider and unknown (?).
  • Nicolaus Schneider married Anna Margaretha Koch, daughter of Wilhelm Koch and Lucia (?), on 28 November 1671 at Evangelisch, Oberstein, Oldenburg, Germany, listed as Nicholas Schneider; also reported as 28 Sep 1671.1
  • Nicolaus Schneider died on 27 April 1724 at Germany at age 76.
     The German origins of the Weisers - Nicholas Feg (Feck).
The German origins of the Weisers - pages 18-19 - Nicholas Feg (Feck)

Children of Nicolaus Schneider and Anna Margaretha Koch

Citations

  1. [S405] Germany Marriages Digital Archives, by Ancestry.com, FHL Film Number:     489869.

Anna Margaretha Koch

F, b. circa 1652, d. November 1697
Father*Wilhelm Koch b. c 1615, d. Sep 1674
Mother*Lucia (?) d. 29 Sep 1679
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name28 November 1671As of 28 November 1671,her married name was Feg.
Married Name28 November 1671As of 28 November 1671,her married name was Schneider.1
  • Anna Margaretha Koch was born circa 1652 at Germany.
  • She was the daughter of Wilhelm Koch and Lucia (?).
  • Anna Margaretha Koch married Nicolaus Schneider, son of Johannes Schneider and unknown (?), on 28 November 1671 at Evangelisch, Oberstein, Oldenburg, Germany, listed as Nicholas Schneider; also reported as 28 Sep 1671.1
  • Anna Margaretha Koch died in November 1697 at Germany.
  • She was buried on 16 November 1697 at Idar, Germany.

Children of Anna Margaretha Koch and Nicolaus Schneider

Citations

  1. [S405] Germany Marriages Digital Archives, by Ancestry.com, FHL Film Number:     489869.

Joachim Walborn

M, b. 1629, d. 10 September 1689
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationJoachim Walborn was also known as Walbruns.
Name VariationJoachim Walborn was also known as Wallbrun.
Name VariationJoachim Walborn was also known as Walbrun.
  • Joachim Walborn was born in 1629 at Wiesbaden, Germany.
  • He married Anna Maria (?) before 1659 at Lutheran Church, Mosbach, Hesse, Germany.
  • Joachim Walborn was buried on 10 September 1689 at Mosbach-Biebrich Church, Mosbach, Hesse, Germany.
  • He died on 10 September 1689 at Wiesbach, Nassau, Germany.
     Introduction From The Walborn Family by Maxine Bennett, published by Clifford Bennett 1984, we learn that family legend says that the name Walborn had its origin with the birth of a child found in the woods in Germany many years ago. They called him a name which meant woods born: Waldoem Borne, Wald Borne, Waldborn.

To speak of the Walborns is to speak of the Batdorfs, for these two families have been closely related for more than two hundred and seventy five years. The original home of the Walborns was in Wiesbaden, Germany, the same general area in Germany as the Batdorfs. Some have suggested that the families knew each other there and may have emigrated to America at the same time and perhaps together.


Joachim Waldborn
abt 1629- Sep. 10, 1689 The first Waldborn of which we have a record is Joachim Waldborn who was born in Germany. He married Anna Marie (surname unknown) who was born in 1636 and died in 1693. They had the following children: Johann Philipp, 1659; Maria Clara, 1666; Johann (Hans) Adam (our ancestor), abt 1668. Elisabetha, 1672; and Martin Jacob, 1676.

Joachim died in Weisbaden (north of Mainz), Germany.

Children of Joachim Walborn and Anna Maria (?)

Anna Maria (?)

F, b. 1636, d. 30 December 1693
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Walbrun.
Married Namebefore 1659As of before 1659,her married name was Walbruns.
Married Namebefore 1659As of before 1659,her married name was Walborn.
  • Anna Maria (?) was born in 1636 at Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany.
  • She married Joachim Walborn before 1659 at Lutheran Church, Mosbach, Hesse, Germany.
  • Anna Maria (?) died on 30 December 1693 at Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany.
  • She was buried on 31 December 1693 at Lutheran Church, Mosbach, Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany.

Children of Anna Maria (?) and Joachim Walborn

Johann Philipp Walborn

M, b. 1659, d. 21 December 1674
Father*Joachim Walborn b. 1629, d. 10 Sep 1689
Mother*Anna Maria (?) b. 1636, d. 30 Dec 1693
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationJohann Philipp Walborn was also known as Walbrun.
  • Johann Philipp Walborn was born in 1659 at Germany.
  • He was the son of Joachim Walborn and Anna Maria (?).
  • Johann Philipp Walborn was buried on 21 December 1674 at Lutheran Church, Mosbach, Hesse, Germany.
  • He died on 21 December 1674 at Hesse, Germany.

Maria Clara Walborn

F, b. 1666
Father*Joachim Walborn b. 1629, d. 10 Sep 1689
Mother*Anna Maria (?) b. 1636, d. 30 Dec 1693

Elisabetha Walborn

F, b. 1672
Father*Joachim Walborn b. 1629, d. 10 Sep 1689
Mother*Anna Maria (?) b. 1636, d. 30 Dec 1693

Martin Jacob Walborn

M, b. 1676
Father*Joachim Walborn b. 1629, d. 10 Sep 1689
Mother*Anna Maria (?) b. 1636, d. 30 Dec 1693

Johannes Heinrich Herber

M, b. 8 January 1659, d. circa 1700

Child of Johannes Heinrich Herber and Anna Maria Seemann

Anna Maria Seemann

F, b. 23 May 1659, d. 1698
Father*Nicholas Seemann b. 1625, d. 1695
Mother*Elisabetha Treidel b. 1630, d. 1698
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Herber.

Child of Anna Maria Seemann and Johannes Heinrich Herber

Nicholas Seemann

M, b. 1625, d. 1695
Father*Peter Seemann b. 1598, d. 1667

Child of Nicholas Seemann and Elisabetha Treidel

Elisabetha Treidel

F, b. 1630, d. 1698
Father*Johannes Jacob Treidel b. 1595, d. 1674
Mother*Anna Felicitas Bub b. 1605, d. 1680
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Seemann.

Child of Elisabetha Treidel and Nicholas Seemann

Peter Seemann

M, b. 1598, d. 1667
  • Peter Seemann was born in 1598 at Germany.
  • He died in 1667 at Germany.

Child of Peter Seemann

Johannes Jacob Treidel

M, b. 1595, d. 1674
  • Johannes Jacob Treidel married Anna Felicitas Bub.
  • Johannes Jacob Treidel was born in 1595 at Selzen, Rheinhessen, Germany.
  • He died in 1674 at Selzen, Rheinhessen, Germany.

Child of Johannes Jacob Treidel and Anna Felicitas Bub

Anna Felicitas Bub

F, b. 1605, d. 1680
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Treidel.
  • Anna Felicitas Bub married Johannes Jacob Treidel.
  • Anna Felicitas Bub was born in 1605 at Germany.
  • She died in 1680 at Germany.

Child of Anna Felicitas Bub and Johannes Jacob Treidel

Jacob II Weiser

M, b. 1625, d. 1694
signature of Jacob Weiser II
Father*Jacob Weiser b. 1595, d. 1668
Mother*Anna Maria Mayer b. 1599, d. 1677
  • Jacob II Weiser was born in 1625 at Grossaspach (Großaspach), Wuerttemberg, Germany.
  • He was the son of Jacob Weiser and Anna Maria Mayer.
  • Jacob II Weiser married Anna Tretz, daughter of Jacob Tretz and Agnes Schumacher, in 1653 at Grossaspach (Großaspach), Backnang, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.
  • Jacob II Weiser died in 1694 at Grossaspach (Großaspach), Wuerttemberg, Germany.
     Biography of Jacob Weiser (b 1625).
The German origins of the Weisers - page 11 - Jacob Weiser (b 1625)
Jacob II Weiser lived at 17th century drawing of, Grossaspach, Germany.
The German origins of the Weisers - page 10 - 17th century Grossaspach, Germany

Children of Jacob II Weiser and Anna Tretz

Anna Tretz

F, b. 1628, d. 7 April 1696
Father*Jacob Tretz b. 1607, d. 29 May 1637
Mother*Agnes Schumacher b. 1609
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name1653As of 1653,her married name was Weiser.
  • Anna Tretz was born in 1628 at Wuerttemberg, Germany.
  • She was the daughter of Jacob Tretz and Agnes Schumacher.
  • Anna Tretz married Jacob II Weiser, son of Jacob Weiser and Anna Maria Mayer, in 1653 at Grossaspach (Großaspach), Backnang, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.
  • Anna Tretz died on 7 April 1696 at Grossaspach (Großaspach), Wuerttemberg, Germany, also reported as 06 July 1696.
     Anna Tretz left a will on 20 April 1696 at Germany.
The German origins of the Weisers - page 15 - will of Anna (Tretz) Weiser, widow of Jacob Weiser, 20 Apr 1696

Children of Anna Tretz and Jacob II Weiser