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We are researching the parents of Adam Hoffman, who married Susanna Ruhl. We suspect that this Adam Hoffman and wife Barbara Koffroth were his parents.

1744 On 28 March, Maria Barbara Koffroth was born in Cocalico Twp, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. [1]

Maria Barbara Koffroth married Adam Hoffmer [sic]. [2]

1766 On 21 March, Catharine Elizabeth Hoffman was born with father Adam Hoffman. She was baptized on 26 April with sponsor Henry Grim at the Heidelberg Reformed Church, in Schaefferstown, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. [3][4]

1767 Anna Maria was born to Adam Hoffman and Anna Maria, perhaps this couple, on April 1, baptized 5 July at Carlisle. Witnessed by Jacob Syler and Ferena, wife. [5][6][7]

1769 On 24 September, Fredericka Magdalene Hoffman was born to parents Adam and Barbara Hoffman. On 27 October, she was baptised at the Heidelberg Reformed Church, in Schaefferstown, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania with sponsors Eva Fredericka Cafferoth and Gerhard Cafferoth. [8]

1770 On 2 March, Henry Bucher of York County, sold land in Codorus Twp to Adam Hoffman of Heidelberg Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. Recorded 24 May, 1782. [9]

1774 Adam Hoffman and Maria Barbara were sponsors for the baptism of Magdalene to Jacob and Elizabeth Spengler at Trinity Tulpehocken Church, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. [10]

1779 On 2 February, Adam Hoffman, of Heidelberg Twp, Lancaster County, purchased water rights from Henry Bucher for 6 pounds. [11] Adam Hoffman sold the water rights to his son John Hoffman, on 9 March, 1819. [12] The rights had been granted by John Reber to John Meyer, then to Henry Hershey, then to Henry Bucher. This was likely related to the land patented by Adam Hoffman in 1789, which was adjacent to John Rebers and John Moyer. Several surveys were made of this and adjoining tracts [13][14][15][16].

1779-83 The births of Anna Marie Hoffman, sponsored by John and Catherine Ernst [17][18]; Michael Hoffman, sponsored by Dorothy and Michael Uhland [19][20]; and of John Adam Hoffman to Marie Barbara and Adam Hoffman [21][22] were recorded at the Lischy Reformed Church of York County, Pennsylvania. The sponsors might have been Barbara's sisters.

1779 Adam Hoffman was taxed £50.0.0 for 130 acres, 4 horses, and 3 cattle in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. [23]

1780 On August 10, Adam Hoffman, possibly this one, was a private in Captain John Hewson's Company of the Second Regiment of Foot commanded by Colonel Benjamin G Eyre, Philadelphia. [24]

1780 On 12 October, Adam Hoffman, possibly this one, was a private sixth class in Captain Michael Hahn's Company, commanded by Colonel Michael Miller in York County. [25]

1780 Adam Hoffman [Hofeman] was taxed £45.0.0 for 150 acres, 3 horses, and 4 cattle in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. [26]

1781 On 11 April, John Adam Hoffman was born to Barbara and Adam Hoffman and was christened at the Lischy’s (St. Peter’s) Reformed Church, North Codorus Township, York County, Pennsylvania. [27][28]

1781 Adam Hoffman was taxed £5.0.0 for 248 acres, 4 horses, and 7 cattle in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. [29]

1782 Henry Bucher granted lands in Manheim Twp and in Codorus Twp, York County to Adam Hoffman by deeds recorded May 24. [30][31]

1782 Adam Hoffman paid an excise tax of £9.2.6 for 248 acres, 4 horses and 6 cattle in Codorus Twp, York County. [32]

1783 Adam Hoffman was taxed for 240 acres and 11 inhabitants in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. [33][34]

1786 Adam Hoffman was listed on the Pennsylvania septennial census for Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania.
[35]

1787 On 12 August, Adam and Maria Barbara Hoffman sponsored the baptism of Marie Barbara Hoffman to Jost and Eva Margaret Hoffman at the Lischy Reformed Church of York County, Pennsylvania. [36][37]

1787 On 8 October, Adam and Maria Barbara Hoffman sponsored the baptism of Adam to John and Elizabeth Rudisily at Lischy Reformed Church of York County, Pennsylvania. [38][39]

1789 On 19 December, Adam Hoffman patented 115 acres in Paradise Twp, York County [40]. The land had been warranted by Christian Peidler on 28 June, 1743 [41]. The tract, called Peaceable Burgh, in Manheim Twp, York County, was surveyed for John Moyer (in right of Christian Peidler) on 20 January 1767. The tract had a creek and adjacent landowners were John Revers, Jacob Bollinger, Michael Danner, and Vincent Cooper. [42]

1790 Adam Hoffman lived in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania with 2 males over age 16, 3 males under age 16, and 6 females. [43][44]

1792 On 1 July, Adam Hoffman purchased land from Emanuel Neuschwander, both of Codorus Twp, York County. Adjacent landowners were Jacob Walter, John Hauser, and Emanuel Neuschwander. The land was warranted by Jacob Sebach on 31 May, 1762 [45]. Recorded 1792. [46]

1793 Adam Hoffman was listed in the septennial census for Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. [47][48]

1785-1796 The will of Gerhart Coffroth named daughter Barbara, who was apparently not married when the will was written on 10 December, 1785. [49]

1796 On May 2, Adam and wife Barbara Hoffman, daughter of Gerhard Koffroth, and three other daughters were heirs to the estate of Gerhard Koffroth, late of Cocalico Twp, Lancaster County. In consideration whereof [they] ... release Henry Koffroth & Jacob Koffroth. [50]

1797 Emanuel Neuschwanger granted land in Codorus Twp, York County to Adam Hoffman by deed recorded March 6. [51] Emanuel Neuschwanger was listed nearby Adam Hoffman in the 1800 census.

1797 Adam and Barbara Hoffman were sponsors at the baptism of Barbara Gantz, daughter of Cathrina and Johan Georg Gans at Fissel's Church in Shrewsbury Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. Cathrina was the daughter Catherine of Adam Hoffman. [Adam Hoffman's will, below, named George Gantz as Catherine's husband.]

1798 Adam Hoffman was listed in multiple records in the direct tax for Codorus, York County, Pennsylvania. Jacob had a large, half-stone barn on 240 acres, valued at $1000. His dwelling was valued at $12 with dimension 24 by 20 feet, adjacent to Ludwig Rudisell. He had a second lot rented to Jacob Fite with 100 acres and house 18 by 16 feet. His one story wood dwelling was 32 by 30 feet with three windows, lead, on 2 acres, valued at $200. [52]

1800 Adam Hofman [Hoffman?] lived in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania with 3 males and 1 female age 16-25 and 1 male and 1 female age 45+. Michael Sprenckle [Adam's grandfather] was listed on the prior page. [53]

1802 Barbara Hoffman, relationship unknown, granted a release to Samuel Arnold executor. [54]

1807 Adam Hoffman was taxed, perhaps as a wheelwright, in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. [55][56]

1808 On 31 August, Marie Barbara Hoffman (born 16 Mar 1744) died and was buried at Saint Peters Church (Lischey's) Cemetery, Spring Grove, York County, Pennsylvania. [57]

1810 Adam Hoffman (age over 45) lived in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania with one male, age 26-44. John Hofman, possibly Adam's son, age 26-44, was in the adjacent listing. [58]

1818 On 9 January, John Ernst of Heidelberg Twp, sold land to Abraham Thoman and Adam Hoffman for the purpose of erecting a schoolhouse in the same place. The land was adjacent to land of Adam Hoffman, John Ernst.

1819 On 22 March, Adam Hoffman, of Codorus Twp, sold land in Heidelberg Twp to Michael Hoffman, son of Adam, of Heidelberg Twp, York County. The land had a water, corn, grist mill, oil, plaisler, and saw mill thereon erected. Adjacent land was held by John Ernst, John Hoffman (conveyed the same day), and Samuel Brillhart (deceased). Codorus Creek was on the boundary. Adam Hoffman (party to this deed) had patented the land on 19 December, 1789 [59]. Water rights fpr the mill from Codorus Creek were described, with their effect upon John Hoffman. Witnessed by John Rudisill and John Hinkle. [60]

1819 On 22 March, Adam Hoffman Senior sold two tracts of land, partly in Heidelberg Twp and partly in Codorus Twp, to John Hoffman, son of Adam, both of Codorus Twp, York County. Adjacent land was held by John Rudisill, Yonas Reabert, the Bollingers, and Samuel Brillhart (deceased). Adam Hoffman (party to this deed) had patented part of the land on 19 December, 1789 [61] and had purchased part from Henry Bricker on 2 March 1779 [62]. Witnessed by John Rudisill and John Hinkle. [63]

1820 Adam Hoffman granted land and water rights to John Hoffman in Heidelberg and Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. [64][65]

1820 Adam Hoffman granted land to Michael Hoffman in Heidelberg Twp, York County, Pennsylvania. [66]

1820 The will of Adam Hoffman in 1819 in Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania reported the names and spouses of the children listed here. Four sons included Henry, John, Adam, and Michael. Son John had a son Adam. Daughter Elisabeth wife of John Rudisell was deceased. Catherine was the widow of George Gantz. Eve was married to Jacob Baker. Magdalena was married to Henry Thoman. Christina was married to Charles Wildasin. Barbara was married to Conrad Kroh. Mary was married to Peter Haks. The will was executed by Henry Thoman and John Rudisell Jr. and was witnessed by Jacob Wildasin and Henry Ebersolt. [67]Photocopy, Will of Adam Hoffman, died 1820, Page 1.Photocopy, Will of Adam Hoffman, died 1820, Page 2.Photocopy, Will of Adam Hoffman, died 1820, Page 3.Photocopy, Will of Adam Hoffman, died 1820, Page 4.

In the name of God Amen. I Adam Hoffman Senior of Codorus township in the County of York and State of Pennsylvania being old and weak in Body, but yet of good Health and of a sound and disposing mind and memory blessed Be god for the same Do make ordain and publish this my Last will and testament in Manner and form following (that is to say) First It is my will I order and Direct that all my Just debts and funeral expenses shall be paid off And discharged as soon as conveniently may be after my decease. It is further my will that all my wearing apparel shall be Equally Divided among my four sons namely Henry John Adam and Michael and their heirs. Item I give and bequeath unto my said son John my Large Bible and my sermon Book I give and bequeath unto my Grandson Adam Hoffman (son of said John) without a charge being made against any of the above named sons and grandson. Item I order and direct that all my other Remaining Books shall be Equally divided amongst All my children and all the children born from my daughter Elizabeth deceased who was intermarried with John Rudisell to receive the mothers share, Item I mention that I have sold and conveyed by Deeds heretofore all my lands mills &? unto my two sons John and Michael their heirs and assigns forever and have Received full payment and part in obligations from them for the same and I together with my two sons John and Michael Hoffman have given and paid unto my other children the following sums annexed to Each of them Respective names unto Elizabeth (now deceased) who was Intermarried with John Rudisell the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds in money. Catherin now the widow of George Gantz Deceased the sum of one Hundred and fifty pounds. Eve intermarried with Jacob Baker the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds. Magdalena intermarried with Henry Thoman the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds. Henry the sum of one hundred pounds. Christina intermarried with Charles Wildeson the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds. Barbara intermarried with Conrad Kroh the sum of one hundred & fifty pounds. My son Adam the sum of two hundred pounds. Mary intermarried with Peter Haks the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds and I have allowed unto my son Michael the sum of two hundred pounds in his land. Theretofore As my sons Adam and Michael are advanced above the Rest of my children it is my will that they shall all be made equal with my said two sons and when all are Equalised the remainder of my Estate shall be sold & equally divided among all my children share and share alike and those deceased their share to be equally divided among their heirs Excepting my son John it is my will that he shall receive the sum of twenty seven dollars which shall be in full of his share out of all my estate, and further I mention that I have settled with those of my children that had worked with me over their age and I have paid them in full for the same. And lastly I do hereto nominate constitute and appoint my son in Law Henry Thoman and my friend John Rudisell Junr to be the executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me at any time heretofore made ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my Last will and testament. In witness whereof I the said Adam Hoffman have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty fifth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand and eight hundred and nineteen. Signed sealed published appointed and declared by the above named Adam Hoffman Senr to be his Last will And Testament in the presence of us who at his request in his presence & in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto. Jacob Wildasin Adam Hoffman (seal) ?

1822 Adam Hoffman's estate account was administered on October 2. Transcription follows (Copy is hard to read):

The accounts of Henry Thoman and John Rudisill, executors of the last will and testament of Adam Hoffman late of Codorus Township county of York deceased as follows to ? The said accountants charge themselves with all and singular the goods and chattels Rights and credits which were of the said deceased according to an inventory and appraisement thereof exhibited and remaining in the Register's office at York amounting to $1889.36. Also with the advance of sales 21.79. To Interest ? from Steiner and Branharker on B?ard than charged in Inventory 35.50. To ditto of John ? 16.44. To ? on Michael Hoffman ? than charged in inventory 10.00. $1973.09. Exhibited unto the Register's Office at York the 2nd day of October AD 1822. Thoman, John Rudisell, expr affirmed to the truth of this amount . before me, J Barnitz, Reg.

The said accountants also Pray allowance for their Payments viz: (perhaps PR is Payment Received?)
1) Paid the registers letters testamentary $5.00
2) John L Hinkel Esq., Clerk of Inventory PRmt $4.00
3) John Hoffman for maintenance in PRmt $40.00
4) Dr. H C Wamfiland $22.00
5) Michael Bashman crying ? PRmt 2.00
6) Jacob Shultz PRmt 2.31
7) Henry Eversold for appraising PRmt 2.00
8) Jacob Wildasin PRmt 2.00
9) John and Henry Sell Book Debs PRmt 9.00
10) Jacob Throme for making coffin PRmt 10.00
11) Daniel P Gange for printing PRmt 5.10
12) John Hoffman ? legacy in full of his share PRmt 27.00
? this amount 5.00
by the registrars face examine parring? and filing the amt. advertising copy 5.50
By the ? of Orphans' Court fee 1.00
By the allowance to the accountants for their trouble ? in administering 70.00
13) John G Hinkle Esq., Clk PRmt 1.75
By Henry Hoffman ? than his share 548.01
By Charles Wildasin ? than his share will come to 401.79
By Adam Hoffman ? 166.66
By C A Barnitz for attending to 5.00
Amount carrd forward $1335.12
14) By John Hoffman vendu expenses PRmt 5.00
15) James Kelley grave stones PRmt 18.75
16) Michael Hoffman ? 7.00
Balance in the hands of the accountant 607.12
(total) 1973.09

Copy of administration:
Photocopy, Administration of Adam Hoffman's estate, died 1820, Page 1.
Photocopy, Administration of Adam Hoffman's estate, died 1820, Page 2.
Photocopy, Administration of Adam Hoffman's estate, died 1820, Page 3.
Photocopy, Administration of Adam Hoffman's estate, died 1820, Page 4.

Copy of inventory:
Photocopy, Inventory of Adam Hoffman's estate, died 1820, Page 1.
Photocopy, Inventory of Adam Hoffman's estate, died 1820, Page 2.
Photocopy, Inventory of Adam Hoffman's estate, died 1820, Page 3.
Photocopy, Inventory of Adam Hoffman's estate, died 1820, Page 4.

1820 On 15 April, Johann Adam Hoffman (born 12 Apr 1741) died and was buried at Saint Peters Church (Lischey's) Cemetery, Spring Grove, York County, Pennsylvania. [68]

1822 On 4 November, Henry Thoman and John Rudisill, executors for Adam Hoffman, late of Codorus Twp, presented their account showing balance of $6??.12. [69]

Research Notes:

1757-58 Adam Hoofman served in the French and Indian War with the Maryland militia. [70]

1775 On 27 April, Adam Hoffman and wife Christina, of York Twp, York County, sold two tracts of land in Windsor Twp, purchased from John Klein, to Lawrence Reiter. [71]

1778 On 22 June, Adam Hoffman and George Hoffman took the oath of allegiance to the state of Pennsylvania in Heidelberg Twp. [72]

1780 On 14 May, Adam Hoffman and wife Christine had son John christened at Christ Lutheran Church, York, York County. [73]

1789 On 15 May, Philip Hoffman patented land in York County, warranted 12 May, 1789. [74]

1780 Adam Hoffman, perhaps this one, was a private in Captain Michael Lechner's company of York County militia [75].

1792 On 4 March, Ensign Adam Hoffman, perhaps this Adam, was listed as an officer of the First Company, Third Battalion of militia in the city and liberties of Philadelphia. [76]

1794 On 20 September, Lieutenant Adam Hoffman, perhaps this Adam, was listed as an officer of the Fourth Regiment, First Company, of the militia in the city and liberties of Philadelphia. [77]

1798 On 30 November, Captain Adam Hoffman, perhaps this Adam, was listed as an officer of the Fourth Regiment, First Company, of the militia in the Philadelphia County Brigade. [78]

1800 On 21 May, John Raeber, of Codorus Twp, York County, wrote his will mentioning daughter Christina, sons Jonas [see the 1819 land transaction note] and Henry, and land in Codorus Twp adjacent to lands of Jacob Bollinger, Philip Schmick, Adam Ness, Christian Quickel, John Rudisily, and Adam Hoffman. [79]

DNA Notes:

A male descendant of Adam Hoffman and Barbara Sprenckel has posted Y-dna results [80], reporting a lineage through son Adam (1747) and Maria Barbara and grand-son Adam (1781) and Susan Ruhl [81]. Results from other male descendants would help to validate this lineage.


Footnotes:

[1] Willis Adrian Koffroth, Koffroth Family History (2000), 19, [FHL_Catalog].

[2] Willis Adrian Koffroth, Koffroth Family History (2000), 19, [FHL_Catalog].

[3] Ancestry.com, [Ancestry_Records].

[4] F. Edward Wright, Early church records of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania (2003), 47.

[5] F. Edward Wright, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18th Century (2008), 73.

[6] Luther Reily Kelker, History of Dauphin County, Vol. 1 (1907), 691, [HathiTrust].

[7] FamilySearch.org, citing GS film 20357 of Pennsylvania births, [FamilySearch_Record].

[8] Ancestry.com, [Ancestry_Records].

[9] York County, Pennsylvania deed 2B-47.

[10] F. Edward Wright, Early church records of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania (2003), 92.

[11] York County, Pennsylvania deed 3E-242.

[12] York County, Pennsylvania deed 3E-243.

[13] Pennsylvania Archives Land Office Survey, C3-10, [PA_Survey_Book_Links].

[14] Pennsylvania Archives Land Office Survey, C136-108, [PA_Survey_Book_Links].

[15] Pennsylvania Archives Land Office Survey, C16-152, [PA_Survey_Book_Links].

[16] Pennsylvania Archives Land Office Survey, C151-69, [PA_Survey_Book_Links].

[17] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania, 1773-1901: Lischy's Reformed Church abstracts of William John Hinke, Church record of Lischy's Reformed Church, York County, 1773-1901, [Ancestry_Records], [FHL_Catalog].

[18] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania Church Records, 1760-1800: Codorus Township, [Ancestry_Records].

[19] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania, 1773-1901: Lischy's Reformed Church abstracts of William John Hinke, Church record of Lischy's Reformed Church, York County, 1773-1901, [Ancestry_Records], [FHL_Catalog].

[20] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania Church Records, 1760-1800: Codorus Township, [Ancestry_Records].

[21] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania, 1773-1901: Lischy's Reformed Church abstracts of William John Hinke, Church record of Lischy's Reformed Church, York County, 1773-1901, [Ancestry_Records], [FHL_Catalog].

[22] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania Church Records, 1760-1800: Codorus Township, [Ancestry_Records].

[23] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Volume 21 (York Taxables) (1897), 78, [Google_Book], [Archive_Catalog].

[24] Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Pennsylvania Archives, Sixth Series, Volume 1 (Muster Rolls Philadelphia) (1906), 158, [Internet_Archive].

[25] Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Pennsylvania Archives, Sixth Series, Volume 2 (Muster Rolls Washington) (1906), 432, [Google_Book], [Internet_Archive].

[26] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Volume 21 (York Taxables) (1897), 251, [Google_Book], [Archive_Catalog].

[27] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania, 1773-1901: Lischy's Reformed Church abstracts of William John Hinke, Church record of Lischy's Reformed Church, York County, 1773-1901, [Ancestry_Records], [FHL_Catalog].

[28] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania Church Records, 1760-1800: Codorus Township, [Ancestry_Records].

[29] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Volume 21 (York Taxables) (1897), 465, [Google_Book], [Archive_Catalog].

[30] York County, Pennsylvania deed 2B-47.

[31] York County, Pennsylvania deed 2B-49.

[32] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Volume 21 (York Taxables) (1897), 545, [Google_Book], [Archive_Catalog].

[33] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Volume 21 (York Taxables) (1897), 703, [Google_Book], [Archive_Catalog].

[34] John Gibson, ed., History of York County Pennsylvania, Part I General History (Chicago: F. A. Battey Publishing, 1886), 699, right column, [Internet_Archive].

[35] Ancestry.com, Codorus, York, page 22, entry 67, [Ancestry_Record].

[36] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania, 1773-1901: Lischy's Reformed Church abstracts of William John Hinke, Church record of Lischy's Reformed Church, York County, 1773-1901, [Ancestry_Records], [FHL_Catalog].

[37] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania Church Records, 1760-1800: Codorus Township, [Ancestry_Records].

[38] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania, 1773-1901: Lischy's Reformed Church abstracts of William John Hinke, Church record of Lischy's Reformed Church, York County, 1773-1901, [Ancestry_Records], [FHL_Catalog].

[39] Ancestry.com, York County, Pennsylvania Church Records, 1760-1800: Codorus Township, [Ancestry_Records].

[40] Pennsylvania Land Patent, P16-120, [PA_Patent_Book_Links].

[41] Pennsylvania Land Warrant, Lancaster County, P132, [PA_Land_Warrant_Links].

[42] Pennsylvania Archives Land Office Survey, C151-69, [PA_Survey_Book_Links].

[43] US census, 1790, Reel 0009, Image 205, right column, line 21, [Internet_Archive].

[44] FamilySearch.org, US census, 1790, PA, York, Codorus, pagination 384, [FamilySearch_Record].

[45] Pennsylvania Land Warrant, York County, S-161, [PA_Land_Warrant_Links].

[46] York County, Pennsylvania deed 2M-295.

[47] Ancestry.com, [Ancestry_Record].

[48] page 14, person 86, [Ancestry_Image].

[49] Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Will F-643, FHL film 21356, image 576, [FamilySearch_Image].

[50] Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Deed UU-809. Images online: find Book in Film Roll list (Double letters are near the top), then find Page (often differs from image number), [Online_Images].

[51] York County, Pennsylvania deed 2M-295.

[52] United States Direct Tax of 1798: Pennsylvania. Film M372. IRS, Record Group 58. NARA, ancestry.com.

[53] FamilySearch.org, US census, 1800, p 1359, line 20, [FamilySearch_Record].

[54] York County, Pennsylvania deed 2P-526, seen only in York County Grantor Index, H, A-J, page 60.

[55] Ancestry.com, Codorus, York, page 34, entry 93, [Ancestry_Record].

[56] Ancestry.com, Codorus, York, page 37, entry 271, [Ancestry_Record].

[57] Find A Grave Memorial 73867548, [Find_A_Grave].

[58] US census, 1810, Reel 0057, Image 225, page 1136, line 21, [Internet_Archive].

[59] Pennsylvania Land Patent, P16-120, [PA_Patent_Book_Links].

[60] York County, Pennsylvania deed 3D-316.

[61] Pennsylvania Land Patent, P16-120, [PA_Patent_Book_Links].

[62] York County, Pennsylvania deed BB-49.

[63] York County, Pennsylvania deed 3D-319.

[64] York County, Pennsylvania deed 3D-319.

[65] York County, Pennsylvania deed 3E-243.

[66] York County, Pennsylvania deed 3D-316.

[67] York County, Pennsylvania Will O-229, FHL film 22135, image 127, [FamilySearch_Image].

[68] Find A Grave Memorial 73866983, [Find_A_Grave].

[69] York County, Pennsylvania Orphans' Court Docket N-458, FHL film 22155, image 483, [FamilySearch_Image].

[70] "French and Indian War," Maryland Historical Magazine 9 (1914), 260-280, at 276, [HathiTrust].

[71] York County, Pennsylvania deed F-232.

[72] John B. Linn and William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Archives, Second Series, Volume 13. (Revolution Associated Battalions and Militia, Volume 1) (1896), 425, [Internet_Archive].

[73] FamilySearch.org, citing GS film Q974.841 Y1 V2Y V5-6 of Pennsylvania Births and Christenings, [FamilySearch_Record].

[74] Pennsylvania Land Patent, P15-31, [PA_Patent_Book_Links].

[75] George R. Prowell, Continental Congress at York, Pennsylvania and York County in the Revolution (1914), 275, [Google_Book].

[76] Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Pennsylvania Archives, Sixth Series, Volume 4 (Military Executive Minutes) (1907), 67, [Internet_Archive].

[77] Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Pennsylvania Archives, Sixth Series, Volume 4 (Military Executive Minutes) (1907), 486, [Internet_Archive].

[78] Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Pennsylvania Archives, Sixth Series, Volume 4 (Military Executive Minutes) (1907), 486, [Internet_Archive].

[79] York County, Pennsylvania Will K-159, FHL film 22133, image 621, [FamilySearch_Image].

[80] Y-DNA, [Link].

[81] Y-DNA, [Link].


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