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Johann Klingemann (abt. 1707 - 1774)

Johann (John) "Philip" Klingemann aka Klingman
Born about in Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nationmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 1751 in Robeson, Berks, PAmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Robeson Township, Berks County, Province of Pennsylvaniamap
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Biography

Occupation: Innkeeper

Will

Will Philip Klingman in Robeson, proved 12 Jan 1774 and the ''same day Letters Testamentary granted to John Michael Klingman, eldest son, who was sworn

In the name of God Amen! This 3rd day of January, in the year of our Lord
One thousand seven hundred and seventy-four, I Philip Klingman of
Robeson Township, in Berks County and Province of Pennsylvania,
Innholder, being sick and weak in Body, but of perfect memory and
understanding, thanks be unto God therefore Calling into mind the
Mortality of my Body, knowing that it is appointed for all Men once to dye,
Do make this my last Will and Testament Renouncing all others formerly
made and done by me heretofore, and that in Manner following That is to
Say -
First: My Will is that all my Just debts and Funerall Charges be paid, by my
Executors, herein after named and appointed -
Secondly: My Will is that all my Real and Personal Estate whatsoever shall be : sold at the Highest rate by my executors, hereafter appointed, and the
money accruing thereof is to be disposed in the following manner, viz:
Thirdly: My Will is and I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth my beloved Wife
the third part out of my Real & Personal estate to her own use, but in
case she should marry again then she shall be satisfied with one half of
her third part, to that I give her above her third her bed, bedstead, a
chest & a cow per advance,
Fourthly: I give unto my son John per advance or over and above his
equal share the sum of Ten pounds Lawful Money of this Province, to be
paid after my decease, for being a dutiful son unto me .
Fifthly: I give unto my three Children of my first wife, namely:
Michael, Barbara, Elizabeth Ten pounds a piece Money of this Province, as
their whole demand of my Real and Personal Estate to be paid in two years
after my Decease, and to keep my oldest son Michael out of two share I
give him the further sum of two pounds, money aforesd as his whole
demand of my Real and Personal Estate to him.
Sixthly: my will is that all my Real and Personal Estate
whatsoever, pertaineth to me, shall be divided into equal shares, and
distributed among all my children of my second wife, namely : John,
Rachel, Elisabeth, Jacob, Peter, Mary, share and share alike, except Eight
pounds is to be deducted out of Rachel's share and according to their age,
their share is to be paid.
Lastly: I make and ordain my son John to be my only and sole executor of
this my last Will and Testament ratifying this present and no other, to be my : last Will and Testament: In witness whereof I have - hereunto set my hand
and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed sealed published
declared by the said Testator
for and as his last Will & Test.:
In the presence of us:
Jacob Seifriedt
Mich Walter

Land

1 Nov 1773 - Warrant for 30 acres of land in Robeson Township, Berks County

Sources

  • "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", digital image, FamilySearch (Online: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2010), [Original source: Berks County Register of Wills, "Estate files, 1752-1915", microfilm 5538045, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989-1992, 2002-2003), Klingeman, Philip RB 1774 estate file]
  • "RG-17 Records of the Land Office WARRANT REGISTERS, 1733-1957. [series #17.88]", Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (Online: phmc.pa.gov, 2019), p. 47


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Klingemann-11 and Klingmann-2 are not ready to be merged because: Further review of birth data and descendants is needed to ensure this is a true match
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