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Descendants of Jacob (Stoppelbein) Stubblebine - brownvogler2 originally shared this on 28 Aug 2010

Generation No. 1 1. Jacob (Stoppelbein)1 Stubblebine was born Abt. 1720.Child of Jacob (Stoppelbein) Stubblebine is:

+ 2 i. Sebastian2 Stubblebine, born in Holland; died 1815.Generation No. 2 2. Sebastian2 Stubblebine (Jacob (Stoppelbein)1) was born in Holland, and died 1815. He married Hannah Smith March 19, 1775.

Notes for Sebastian Stubblebine: Most likely Sebastian was the son of Jacob Stubblebine, who along with Vallentin "Stoppelbein", was imported on the ship "St. Mark", which sailed from Rotterdam, Holland, and qualified in Philadelphia, September 26, 1741. No record has been discovered yet which clearly establishes the familial relationship between Jacob and Sebastian Stubblebine: however, several factors indicate that they were indeed father and son. First Sebstian's first son was named Jacob. Second, stories handed down through the family relate that the original Stubblebines were three brothers who emigrated from Holland around 1740. According to this account, two othe brothers settled in the Chester County area and one moved further west. The aproximate dates fo Sebastian's birth and death fit into the general scheme which this story suggests. No other information has been located about Jacob or Valentine Stubblebine, but it seems that they were bothe young men at the time of their arrival in America. It remains unclear whether Jacob Stubblebine had any other children in addition to Sebastian. Tax records show that for a short time Sebastian Stubblebine resided in Union Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Eventually, though, he settled in Coventry Township, later North Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, where he married and reared a large family. He served in the American Revolution in Cptain Ox's company, Sixth Battalion. For more specific information about this company, see Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Volume 16, page 287.

Sebastian Stubblebine appears to have been fairly well educated for a man of his times, as he was a schoolmaster by profession and his last will and testament indicates that he was fairly prosperous, too.The exact date of Sebastian Stubblebine's death is unknown, but he appears to have died late i 1815, survived by his widow and seven sons and three daughters. An inventory of his estate was not filed until June fo 1830, which suggests that this might be the aproximate time of his widow's death. Records indicate that both were interred at Shenkel Reformed Church, North Coventry Township, Chester County, Although there are not markers to designate their final resting place.

More About Sebastian Stubblebine:

Fact 5-occupa.: School Master
Fact 6-miliatary: served in the American Revolution, in Captain Ox's Company, 6th Battalion.
Fact 7-resided: Union Twp., Berks Co., Pa., Coventry Twp., North Coventry, Chester Co. Pa.
Fact 12-burried: Shenkel Reformed Church, North Coventy Township, Chester Co., Pa.
Children of Sebastian Stubblebine and Hannah Smith are:
3 i. Jacob3 Stubblebine, born 1776.More About Jacob Stubblebine:
Fact 7-resided: Coventry Township and East Nantmeal Township, Chester County
4 ii. Mary Stubblebine, born 1777.
5 iii. John Stubblebine, born 1780; died 1780.
6 iv. Andrew Stubblebine, born 1781.
7 v. John Stubblebine, born 1784; died 1816.
8 vi. Sarah Stubblebine, born 1786.
9 vii. David Stubblebine, born 1788; died 1860.
10 viii. Daniel Stubblebine, born 1790.More About Daniel Stubblebine:
Fact 7-resided: Union Township, Berks County, & North Coventy Township, Chester County, Pa.
11 ix. Henry Stubblebine, born 1793.
12 x. Sebastian Stubblebine, born 1795.
13 xi. William Stubblebine, born February 06, 1798 in Coventy Township, Chester County, Pa.; died April 20, 1871 in North Coventy Township, Chester County, Pa..
14 xii. Hannah Stubblebine, born 1802. She married Jacob Quinter.


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Will disowning Andrew - Posted 27 Aug 2010 by brownvogler2 Fact 12-burried: Shenkel Reformed Church, North Coventy Township, Chester Co., Pa.

NOTES FROM COVENTRY HISTORIAN: Stubblebine Sebastion - no stone (will dated July 6th, 1814 probated january 27th, 1816 Mentions wife Hana, son, Andrew, youngest daughter, Hana, son, Jacob, son John -probably other children not mentioned by name. John died after teh writing of the will & befort its being proved. Son Jacob of East Nantmeal was executor.

"Provides for wife Hana - Real Estate to be sold if none of the sons incline to take it at appraised value. My 7 sons are to have L50 each beforehand adn then to share equally with my 3 daus. Son Andrew's share not to come into his hands but to be paid to his children. Youngest daugh is mentioned."

Andrew's wife, Francis Reifschnieder was living with her children in the 1850 and 1860 censuses. Andrew was living separately.

Will Abstract for Sebastian Stubblebine Posted 18 Apr 2011 by astorspera

from Chester County, PA

STOBELBINE, SEBASTIAN. Coventry. July 6, 1814. January 27, 1816.

Provides for wife Hanna. Real estate to be sold if none of the sons incline to take it at appraised value. My 7 sons are to have £50 each beforehand & then to share equally with my 3 daus. Son Andrew's share not to come into his hands but to be paid to his children. Youngest dau. Hanna is mentioned.

Executors: Sons Jacob and John Stoblebine. (Test. signed in German.) Wits: John Bush, Henry Bare.

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