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Johann Friederich Baumgardner (1706 - abt. 1746)

Johann Friederich (Frederick) Baumgardner aka Baumgärtner
Born in Schwaigern, Brackenheim, Württemberg, Heiliges Römisches Reichmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married [date unknown] in Schwaigern, Wuerttemberg, Germanymap
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Died about at about age 39 in Orange County, Virginiamap
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Biography

Johann Friedrich Baumgärtner was christened on June 6, 1706 in Schwaigern, Württemberg. His parents were Hans Jacob Baumgärtner and Anna Katharina.[1][2]

TRANSATLANTIC CROSSING

He arrived in Philadelphia from Germany, Sept 19 1732, on the ship "Pink Johnson", then went immediately to the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, and settled near his uncle Johann Michael Willheit.

He married Catharina Unknown

He died in Orange County, Virginia. His date of death is sometime bewteen the writing of his will on Sep 8, 1745 and Feb 27,1746 when his will was probated. [3]

Sources

  1. Church book Schwaigern, Württemberg: Landeskirchliches Archiv Stuttgart > Dekanat Brackenheim > Schwaigern > Mischbuch 1700-1789 Band 2 Archion image 15
  2. "Deutschland Geburten und Taufen, 1558-1898," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NC7S-2QY : 10 February 2018), Johann Friderich Baumgärtner, 06 Jun 1706; citing ; FHL microfilm 1,184,789.
  3. Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 24 April 2019), memorial page for Johann Friederick Baumgartner (5 Jun 1706–unknown), Find A Grave: Memorial #226351981, Maintained by Find A Grave (contributor 8) .

Will of Frederick Baumgartner

Page 94. [Will of Frederick Bumgardner], dated 8 Sept. 1745.

The 400 acres of land which is had in possession when I lived shall be equally divided among my four sons Adam, George, Frederick and Joel so that each of them shall have 100 acres.

My daughter Dorothy shall have a share of the 400 acres for which my son shall pay to her the money according to the land shall be judged to be worth. (signed) Frederick Bumgardner.

Wit: Dicknik Weaver (T), Tobias [sic], John Willhoit (J). 27 Feb. 1745 [1746].

Proved by Titer Weaver and John Wilheit. On motion of Catharine Bumgardner certificate is granted for her administration, with Teter Weaver and John Wilheir her securities. [Orange County Virginia Will Book 2, Dorman, pg. 17].

Page 78. Frederick Bumgardner. Inventory. Total valuation £13.9.0. (signed) George Clore, Russel Hill, Francis Mickall. 27 March 1746. Returned. [Orange County Virginia Will Book 2, Dorman, pg. 14].

Pennsylvania German Pioneers A publication of the original lists of arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. By Ralph Beaver Strassburger, L.L.D. Edited by William John Hinke Ph.D., D.D. In Three Volumes

Volume I 1727 – 1775 Pennsylvania German Society Norristown, Pennsylvania 1934

Page 77 [List 21 B] Palentines imported in the Pink Johnson of London, David Crockatt, Mr, from Rotterdam but last from Deal, p. Clearance thence, Qualified Septembr 19th 1732. ……

Page 78: [List 21 C] ….. Johan Frederick Baumgardtner …..

Philadelphia, Septemr 19th 1732. At the Courth before the Govr, Mayor & others of the Magistrates the foregoing Qualifications were taken & subscribed by the sevl foreigners, whose Names are contained in the foregoing Leaf & this Page. Robt Charles, CI. Con.

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Hi Cris, I see that there is a merge pending for Baumgaretner-1 & Baumgardner-3. I believe that the Target of the merge should be Baumgardner-3, because I think that Baumgaretner is a miss-spelling of Baumgaertner. What do you think?
posted on Baumgaretner-1 (merged) by Wes (Carroll) Collinwood
Baumgardner-55 and Baumgardner-3 appear to represent the same person because: apparent duplicate
posted by Pam (Anderson) Smith

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