1841 On 27 December, 1841, Christian Winebrenner, Ezra Cramer, Robert Nelson, and Elias Scholl signed a bond for $20,000 to the state of Maryland for the estate of Philip Winebrenner. 
"He was born December 4, 1759 near Hanover, York County Pa, a son of Johann Christian Winebrenner. When a young man he moved to Maryland, locating on a farm in Glade Valley, Woodsborough District, Frederick Co. where he lived for many years, and died December 11, 1841 aged 82 years. ...He ... acquired a fine farm of some 200 acres on which he built a spacious stone mansion in 1810, replacing the log house in which all his children were born. He married Eve C Barrick of Frederick County, who was born June 1, 1857, and who died September 14, 1831 aged 74 years. Both Philip and his wife are buried in the Glades Reformed Church grave yard, of which church they had been members for so many years... From the writings of John Winebrenner, we find he says My parents had six children, four sons and two daughters..." 
 Maryland Register of Wills Records, 1629-1999, Frederick County, Maryland, Administration bonds, Liber GME, 4-109, [FamilySearchImage].
 Arthur G. Gibbony, Winebrenner Genealogy (1942), Ph-1.