Mary Margaretha was born on Sep. 28, 1713, in Zweibrucken, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany; she passed away on July 1, 1777, in Dover, York County, Pennsylvania, USA
The Lenharts first settled in Berks Co., PA, and in 1749 recorded a patent for property in Greenwich Twp. Peter conveyed this land to son Jacob in 1771, and it is now known as the town of Lenhartsville. Two landmarks remain of the period in which they had lived - a building in the western part of of the borough, erected in 1812, and the old church where the lenharts worshipped. Peter took the rest of his family to Dover Township, York Co. He helped to build the Salem Union Lutheran Church, later known as Strayer's Church.
Peter's will, dated March 21, 1774, probated April 8, 1774, is found in Will Book C, p 214-216, York Co., PA.
Anna Margaret , b. 1732, md. john Ludwick Friedline
Phillip, b. 1734, md. Anna Elizabeth Bossert
Johan Jacob, b. 1736, md. Anna Maria Kell and Barbara __
George, b. 1738, md. Anna Catherine (Kramer?)
Christopher, b. 1740, md. Anna Maria Heindler
William, b. 1745, md. Anna Maria Beitzel
Johan Peter, b. 1750, md. Catharine Ogg
Frederick, b. 1752, md. Catherine Craemer
Godfrey, b. 1754, md. Elizabeth Harbaugh Holtzinger and - Elizabeth Coppenhoeffer
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Strayers Cemetery (adjacent Salem Church), 1 mile S. W. of Dover Boro, Dover Twp, York Co., NY (Lst 39.99N Long: -76.86W) Directions: From Dover and Rt. 74, take W. Canal Rd. (Rt. 921), 1.1 miles S. W. to N. Salem Church Rd. Salem Cemetery is on the west side of W. Canal Rd. (Union Cemetery is on the east side.) Note: Salem Church has gone by a number of denominationsover the years (Lutheran, Reformed, Union, Church of Christ.) Found on Find a Grave. By Glen Swartz 2/08/2007
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Mary by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
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