↑ Source: #S100 Page: Pg 6 Quality or Certainty of Data: 3
↑ Source: #S147 Page: Page 8 Quality or Certainty of Data: 2 Data: Text: "both buried in the oldest part of the Hain's Church graveyard. The very early gravestones were usually limestone or sandstone, both of which disintegrate rapidly when exposed to the elements. The limestones marking the graves of George and Veronica Hain having nearly crumbled to pieces, a new granite marker was erected in 1926 by Mr. and Mrs. Charles ? Hain, descendants."
↑ Source: #S54 Page: viewed; 8 January 2010; page 25, 26; Will of George Hen [Hain] Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Data: Text: "It is my will that my beloved wife, Veronita, shall be and remain in possession of my whole estate as long as she remains my widow; but if she should intermarry, then she is to have her third only, according to law;..."
↑ Source: #S147 Page: Page 8 Quality or Certainty of Data: 2 Data: Text: "George Hain died in 1746, "
↑ Source: #S147 Page: Page 8 Quality or Certainty of Data: 2 Data: Text: On January 22, 1757, her son Peter Hain and her son-in-law William Fisher were appointed administrators of the estate of Veronica Hain.
↑ Source: #S100 Page: Pg 10 Quality or Certainty of Data: 2 Data: Text: Image: See Detail Media - Object: Format: tif File: C:\Users\Walt\Documents\My Dropbox\Photos\AAA Photos-1\112601-005 Will ID0433.tif Title: Will of Veronica Hain Note: REFN: Bk3396, page 10
↑ Source: #S147 Page: Page 6 and 8 Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Data: Text: Statement of Lands CONT 1639 Acres CONT 100 acres held by Peter Hain at his father's death and paid for by the father CONT CONT The land consisting of approximately 1700 acres which George Hain acquired ???? ??? Berks and Dauphan (sp) Turnpike. On the south side of the highway the westerly limit of his land was the present State Hospital road; on[?] the north side of the highway, the western limit of George Hain's extensive holdings was the farm now owned by J. Turner Moore, where it extended in an easterly direction to a corner below the present Hain's Church road near the easterly boundary of the borough of Wernersville. (See the Plan of Original Land Owners on page 7.) According to family tradition George Hain's home was on the site of a beautiful stone residence erected in the early 1800s (Probably in 1803) nearly a mile west of Wernersville on what was known for many years as the James S Hill Farm and now belonging to J. Turner Moore."
↑ Source: #S147 Page: page 12 Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Data: Text: Daughter Elizabeth Gertrude Hain born here
↑ Source: #S147 Page: Page 5 Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Note: Acc634 CONT Location: SB-7/ Folder 2 Data: Baptized in Schoharie June 6, 1716, Johann, born Feb 8 child of John George and Veronica Hohn. Sponsors, Johann Cast and Commissioner [Magazine Ye Old Ulster
↑ Source: #S147 Page: Page 8. Data: "both buried in the oldest part of the Hain's Church graveyard. The very early gravestones were usually limestone or sandstone, both of which disintegrate rapidly when exposed to the elements. The limestones marking the graves of George and Veronica Hain having nearly crumbled to pieces, a new granite marker was erected in 1926 by Mr. and Mrs. Charles ? Hain, descendants."
Source: S100Haas Family, The: Including Fischer, Hain, Heckert & Whetstone families c1630 to 1983. Marjorie Van Couwenberghe [ID0381] and Wilma Lucas [ID0379]. Publication: (December 1983). Bk3396 Reference: Bk3396 Repository: #R1 Call Number: Bk3396 Page: Pg 6
Source: S147History of the Hain Family: Descendants of George and Veronica Hain. Author: Frances Hain Swope and Henry B Warner, compiler Publication: Reading, PA: Reading Eagle Press, 1941 - Bk2921 Reference: Bk2921 Text: .pdf copies of the pages 1-21 and 22-76: See Source Pictures Repository: #R4 Call Number: Bk2921 Object: Format: pdf File: C:\Users\Walt\Documents\My Dropbox\Genealogy\Books\Bk2921-pgs1-21.pdf
Source: S162 Media: Book Abbreviation: Historical Annals of Berks Co, PA History, 1909 Title: Historical and Biographical Annals of Berks County Pennsylvania: Embracing a concise history of the County and a Genealogical and Biographical Record of Representaive Families Author: Morton L. Montgomery, compiler Publication: (Chicago: J.H. Beers & Co, 1909), Bk2923 Reference: Bk2923 Text: Hain Data: CONT -- Paris Hain - p 591 (right column, under # II) CONT -- Lewis J Hain (1st Column), George Hain (2nd col, Line 24) - p 834 CONT -- Richard Hain - p 844, 1st column CONT -- Abraham V Hain p 849, second column - Heading -850, 1st col CONT -- James M Hain p 850, 1st col, Heading CONT -- Hain Family p 895, 1st col, heading - 896 - continued from p 895 CONT -- Hain p 949, 2nd col, heading - 950 - Continued from p 949 Repository: #R47 Call Number: Bk2923 - http://www.archive.org/stream/cu31924097286300#page/n9/mode/2up
Source: S62 Abbreviation: Web Page - RobbHaas Title: Web Page - RobbHaas
Source: S74 Abbreviation: Chronicles of Pennsylvania, Vol 2 Title: Keith Charles P, Chronicles of Pennsylvania from the English Revolution to the Peace of Aix-La-Chapelle 1688-1748 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Patterson & White Co, 1917). Reference: Bk3391 Text: .pdf file of Pages 538-541 - See Pictures CONT URL: http://www.archive.org/stream/chroniclesofpenn02keit#page/n3/mode/2up Repository: #R2 Object: Format: pdf File: C:\Users\Walt\Documents\My Dropbox\Genealogy\Documents\Doc0193-Bk3391-ChroniclesOfPennsylvania-Vol2.pdf Title: Chronicles of PA, Vol 2, Selected Pages Note: Bk3391 - Scrapbook: Y Primary or Preferred: Y Type: C:\Users\Walt\Documents\My Dropbox\Genealogy\Documents\Doc0193-Bk3391-ChroniclesOfPennsylvania-Vol2.pdf
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Veronica by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Veronica:
It is possible that Geroge Hain, who belonged to the New York settlement, came to the Tulpehocken region after the first group had arrived there. His name first appears (as John George Hohn) in Ulster County, New York, where according to the magazine "Ye Old Ulster" there appears among the church records of the Kocherthal colony the following: "Baptized in Schoharie, June 6 1716, Johann, born February 8, child of John George and Veronica Hohn. Sponsors, Johann Cast and Commmissioner."
Could the Koch surname have come from the "Kocherthal Colony" from above? That is the only thing close to "Koch" that I have been able to find
Koch-576 and Koch-553 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, same husband, similar birth and death info. There are some data issues, but I think these are the same person and should be merged.