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Anna Agatha (Vontotert) Uhl (abt. 1665 - aft. 1709)

Anna Agatha Uhl formerly Vontotert
Born about in Nauborn, Hessen, Germanymap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married Sep 1686 in Germanymap
Descendants descendants
Died after in Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New Yorkmap
Profile last modified | Created 29 May 2015
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Biography

Ann Agatha Vontotert was born in 1665, in Nauborn, located located 6 km east of Braunfels, in what is today Germany.

She married Carl/Carol Uhl at Braunfels.

Sept, 1709. Anna Agatha Uhl sponsored Johann Everhard Milich, as the family passed through Holland.[1]

16 April 1716. Anna Olin and Hendrick Ool, upon presentation of sufficient certification joined the Kingston Reformed Church.[2]

Vital Data

Name: Anna Agatha[3] Birth: 1665, Nauborn, Germany[4] Death: 1712 (??), Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York.

Anna Agatha and her husband Carol/Carl Uhl had the following children:[5]

  1. Maria Elisabetha, baptized 17 Jun 1688, sponsors were Johann Conrad Lauterbach and Maria Hoffman, wife of David Hoffman.[6]
  2. Anna Kunigunda, baptized 13 Nov, 1690, sponsors were Johann Jacob Zimmerman and Anna Kunigunda Cuntz, wife of Johann Peter Cuntz. Ana Kungunda Uhl died in 1691.[7]
  3. Jost Andreas, baptized 16 Jan 1692, sponsors were Jost Andreas Theis and Anna Elisabetha Merckel, wife of Johann Henrich Merckel.[8]
  4. Johann Henrich, baptized 7 March 1693. Henrich Uhl is the 1709er--#770 on Governor Hunter's lists. He married Maria Wenner; 5 children born in New York
  5. Anna Christina, baptized 18 Oct 1696. She married Sebastian Treber.
  6. Anna Maria, baptized 30 April 1699; she died in 1700
  7. Philip Caspar, baptized 18 Feb 1701; he died in 1701
  8. Anna Margaretha, baptized 16 July 1702. She married Philip Müller.

Research Notes

1722. Carl Ohl was noted in an July 1737 account of Mother's rents by Sister Pawling[9]

Sources

  1. Reformed church books in Brielle
  2. Kingston Reformed Church Membership Lists
  3. Source: #S00333 is OneWorldTree, The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
  4. Source: #S00333 is OneWorldTree, The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
  5. HZ Jones, Jr, The Palatine Families of New York (1985), pp. 1040-1041
  6. Nauborn Church books
  7. Nauborn Church book
  8. Nauborn church books
  9. Edward Livingston Papers, B0x 128


Acknowledgements

  • WikiTree profile Agatha-21 created through the import of cz1254_67155820735zf10x84z954.ged on Nov 27, 2012 by Bryan Rowe.


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Henry Jones Jr calls her Anna Agatha, but he does not mention her surname. Perhaps if we can locate a source for the von Totert surname, this can be sorted out. See also the profile of her son, Heinrich Uhl.
posted by Michael Schell
I am going through pages of christening records from Ulm, Donau, Wuerttemberg. I have completed 5 page covering baptisms of Uhl children from the early 1500's through 1750. There are like 5,000 pages of 20 entries each. LOL! Do I think I am going to do them all? Nein! but since we are isolated I am spending several hours a day. It also depends on how the transcriptionist read the record. I have found first names and maiden names spelled various ways, and, I do believe, I have caught them and placed them in the correct families. I will be thrilled if I find any for our ancestors.
posted by Linda (DeFrees) Franks
Agatha-3 and Vontotert-1 appear to represent the same person because: I have never heard of the surname Agatha for Anna. I always thought her name was Anna Agatha ? It was reported to me the surname was Vontotert, but I have no documentation. I would like to merge them as they are the same person.
posted by Linda (DeFrees) Franks

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