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Johann Heinrich Uhl (abt. 1693 - 1727)

Johann Heinrich (Heinrich) "Henrich, Hendrik" Uhl
Born about in Nauborn, Hessen, Germanymap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 1713 in Kingston, Ulster, Nymap
Died in Dutchess, New Yorkmap
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Biography

Note: this profile is for Henrich Uhl (Hunter Lists #770) in Jones (1985), 1039f. Jones suggests the paternity of Carol Uhl based on a baptismal record in Nauborn and the appearance together of their names on the Hunter Rolls, the Naturalizations list and Dutchess Co. tax records (p. 1040).

Johann Henrich Uhl was born around March, 1693 at Nauborn, in what is today Germany.[1]

Baptism: 7 Mar 1693[2]

Appears as Henrich Uhl in the NY Subsistence List with 2 people over 10 In 1710 adding a child in 1712 (Knittle p. 290). NOTE:

Thus judged to be the Henrich owle naturalized in Kingston in 1715 (p. 87).

Appears as Heinrich Uhl with wife Anna Maria von Totert and 2 children in Quunsburg in Simmendinger’s list around 1717 (Knittle p. 299).

Marriage

Husband: Johann Heinrich Uhl
Wife: Maria Wenner
Marriage:
Date: 1713
Place: Kingston, Ulster, Ny[3]

Johann Henrich Uhl and his (probable) wife Maria Wenner had the following children:[4]

  1. Maria Gertraud, baptized 5 Dec 1714, sponsor was Pieter Tiepel[5]
  2. Johannes. He is fist noted on the Beekman rolls in 1739/40[6] He married Magdalena Bush 22 May 1737[7]
  3. Christina. She married David Storm 9 Sept 1739[8]
  4. Margaretha (Grietjen) baptized 31 July 1720, sponsors were Niclaas Emes and Grietjen Oele.[9] She married Peter Scherer
  5. Eva, baptized 9 April 1727, sponsors were Albartus Schryver and Eva Schryver[10]. Eva joined the Red Hook Lutheran Church 13 May 1744. She married Nicolaus Emich.

Research Notes

Marriage not in Hoes (?). The source #S338 is not listed in the profile.

The following sponsorships are found in the Kingston NY Reformed Church Books:[11]

26 Jan 1718 (Hoes #2555). Henderick Oel and Annelies Vrelingen sponsored the baptism of Henrich Buck, son of Martin Buck (Hunter Lists #93). [Marthen Boek]

24 Aug 1718 (Hoes #2598). Henderick Oel, Albert Beem, and Catrina Everts sponsored the baptism of Susanna Diewel, daughter of Johan Peter Diewel (Hunter lists #129). [Pieter Tiepel]

1 April 1722 (Hoes #2989). Hendrik Oel, Catrina Jong, and Catrins Snyders sponsored the baptism of Catharina Schreiber, daughter of Albertus Schreiber (Hunter Lists # 689) and his wife Eva Lauermann. [Louwerman]

29 July 1722 (Hoes #3026). Hendrick Oel and Margriet Teeter sponsored the baptism of Henrich Emich, son of Johan Nicolaus Emich and his wife Catharina Müller. [Catrina Miller]

29 July 1722 (Hoes #3027). Hendrick Oel and Catrina Miller sponsored the baptism of Henrich Trauber, son of Sebastian Trauber [Drever] and his wife Christina Uhl [Oel]. Sebastian Trauber was the son of 1709ers Johann Nicholas Trauber and his widow Anna Maria Träberin (Hunter Lists #765).

8 Sept 1723 (Hoes #3148). Hendrik Oel and Anna Maria Oel sponsored the baptism of Henrich Eckardt [Ekkert], son of Adam Eckhard (Hunter Lists # 154) and his 2nd wife, Anna Rau.

23 Aug 1724. Hendrik Oel and Maria Boek sponsored the baptism of Johannes Müller a son of Philip Müller (whose occupation was cooper--sometimes mis-assigned as his surname) and Anna Margaretha Uhl (Oel). Philip Müller was the son of Phillip Müller, 1st (Hunter Lists #527). Anna Margaretha Uhl was the youngest daughter of Hendrick Uhl/Oel.

Johan Niclaus Emich (Hunter Lists # 163) is listed as having owned land near the land of Hendrick Oul; this is mentioned in the plans for the layout of a road in 1742.

Sources

  1. HZ Jones, Jr., The Palatine Families of New York (1985), p. 1040
  2. Nauborn church books
  3. Source: #S338
  4. HZ Jones, Jr., The Palatine Families of New York (1985), p. 1040
  5. Reformed Church books at Kingson
  6. Dutchess County Tax Lists
  7. Fishkill Reformed church books
  8. Fishkill Reformed Church Books
  9. Kingston Reformed church books
  10. Kingston reformed church books
  11. HZ Jones, Jr, The Palatine Families of New York (1985), pages 111, 162, 192, 203, 205, 668, 924,
  • Henry Z. Jones, Jr., Palatine Families of New York: A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710 (Universal City, California 1985) Vol. II p. 1039.
  • New York Subsistence List in Early eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration, Walter Knittle, 1937
  • Simmendinger’s Register found in Early eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration, Walter Knittle, 1937.
  • “Ulster County Naturalizations 1715” NYGBR 103 (1972) 85-88.

Acknowledgement

Uhl-143 was created by Linda DeFrees through the import of Reuschtle.ged on May 27, 2015.



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The 1716/17 sponsorship by Heinrich Uhl and Anna Maria von Totert is interesting because von Totert is claimed to be the family name of Heinrich's mother, Anna Agatha. Jones does not cite Anna Agatha's family name; the source for this remains unclear to me. Perhaps the sponsorship by Henry and his mother was mis-interpreted as Henry and his wife---and the two children would be the two oldest children of Henrich Uhl and his wife? Yet, Anna Agatha is different from Anna Maria. Perhaps I am just adding to the confusion with these ramblings.
posted by Michael Schell
edited by Michael Schell
I hope I haven’t baffled even myself. Jones definitely identifies the Henrich Uhl of the various Palatine lists with the Johann Henrich of the profile here with the baptism record (p. 1040). In the profile we have him married to Maria Wenner somewhere around 1713 with her as the mother, with Hendrik Oele, of children baptized in 1714, 1720 and 1727. But in the Simmendinger list of 1716/17 Heinrich Uhl appears with wife Anna Maria von Totert and their 2 children.

My other observation was really about the picture given of him as a father in the Subsistence List around his 19th birthday. Possible, of course, but unusual.

posted by John Balow
edited by John Balow
I've started adding more Uhl info from the work of Jones. He cites more information about the Uhl family in "Even More Palatine Families (2002), p. 1737. However, the sourced information is confusing and I am unsure if all of it belongs to the same family. I will add this info to the appropriate profiles once I sort through which are the appropriate profiles.
posted by Michael Schell
edited by Michael Schell
On p. 1040 of "Palatine Families of New York," Jones cites the Ana Maria von Totert from the Simmendinger list 1716/17 mentioned in John's comment. Three sentences later, Jones states that the wife of Heinrich Uhl was Maria Wenner. There is no listing for any von Totert or Totert in the index to "Palatine Families of New York." Moreover, nobody with the surname of von Totert (or Totert) is mentioned in the updated "Even More Palatine Families (2002). This is unusual because until now, I have never found a name in the Jones books that was not properly indexed. Jones lists a number of (presumably different) men named Heinrich Uhl/Ool in his works. This remans a mystery, but it seems most likely that the "Heinrich Uhl mit Anna Maria von Totert 2 children" refers to a different Heinrich.
posted by Michael Schell
edited by Michael Schell
Have I followed Jones too blindly? Are we really to believe that all the data belong to one person? Most important are the wives. How do we reconcile Maria [Wenner] the mother in 1714 and again in 1720 with Anna Maria von Totert in 1717? Are they the same person?

Help?

posted by John Balow
John, you have lost me. As I look at the page for Johann Heinrich Uhl, I see him married to Maria Wenner with his parents as Carol (Carl) Uhl and Anna Maria von Totert. Looking at your question, you appear to be asking if his mother and his wife are the same person. Have I misunderstood your question?
posted by Linda (DeFrees) Franks
Uhl-462 and Uhl-143 appear to represent the same person because: Sorry to have missed 143 when working on 462. They are taken to be the same.
posted by John Balow

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