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Anna Maria Yager (Sieber)

Also Known As: "Mary"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Falkenstein Duchy of Newberg, Palatinate, Germany
Death: Died in Germanna, Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Christian Sieber and Maria Dorothea Sieber
Wife of Nicholas Yager
Mother of Adam Yager; Mary Yager; Maria Barbara Yager; Anna Maria Mary Yager; Anna Margaretha Yager and 8 others

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About Anna Maria Yager

Anna Maria Sieber 1

  • Birth: ABT 1680 in Germany 2
  • Death: BET 1718 AND 1734 in Virginia 3
  • Father: Christian Sieber b: ABT 1651

Marriage

  1. Nicholas Yager b: ABT 1678 in possibly Oberzell, Hessen, Germany Married: 11 MAY 1706 in Marienthal, Pfalz, Germany 4

Children

  1. Maria Barbara Jäger b: 19 MAY 1707 in Falkenstein, Pfalz, Germany
  2. Adam Yager b: 30 SEP 1708 in Falkenstein, Pfalz, Germany
  3. Maria Gertraud Jäger b: 18 MAR 1710/11 in Falkenstein, Pfalz, Germany
  4. Anna Maria Jäger b: 15 NOV 1714 in Falkenstein, Pfalz, Germany
  5. Anna Margaretha Jäger b: 14 APR 1716 in Falkenstein, Pfalz, Germany

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Sources:

  1. Before Germanna #10: The Ancestry of the Yager, Stolts, Crees and Beyerbach Families. Author: Gary J. Zimmerman and Johni Cerny. Publication: Bountiful, UT: American Genealogical Lending Library, 1990 Text: "daughter of Christian Sieber of Falckenstein. Estimated date: "Died between after the arrival in Virginia, most likey after Nicholas proved their importation 2 May 1727 (Spotsylvania County, Virginia Order Book 1724-1730, 142) and before Nicholas remarried."
  2. Marienthal Parish Record Publication: FHL Film #475062 Page: unfortunately the pages were not numbered
  3. Anna Maria Sieber Germany, Marriages, 1558-1929 Marriage: May 11 1706 - Marienthal (ba. Rockenhousen), Bayern, Germany Husband: Nicolaus Jaeger Father: Christian Sieber

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ID: I8159 Name: Anna Maria SIEBER Surname: Sieber Given Name: Anna Maria Sex: F Birth: ABT 1685 in Pfaz, , Bav. Death: ABT 1718 in Germanna, Spotsylvania, Va. _UID: 7A822F907B41D511BD9EBDC3D7961731ED8E Note: Evangelical Lutheran Parish Registers of Marienthal,Pfalz. The booklets are in the Library at Germanna. I am not sure if we have the complete set or not. They were published in Edinburg, VA. One of the editors, I believe it was Gary Zimmerman passed away a year or two ago. As to whether they are still available for purchase I am not sure. The last time I heard from Johni Cerny she was in Utah. Perhaps someone on the list or at rootsweb knows if she is still there. One clue might be this, and this is just a suggestion, I noticed that the cover of the booklets that Klaus Wust had for sale was very similar to the covers of "Before Germanna". They could be by the same publisher. They may have contact information in them. I am not in VA this week, but I will try to remember to look up the publisher next week when I return and put it on the list for you. As John says, the books are a very good beginning for researching our Germanna Germans before they came to Virginia. An example of their information is the proof from marriage records that Nicholas Yager/Yeager was married to Anna Maria Sieber, legitimate daughter of Christian Sieber. It also shows Nicholas father as Paul Yager. It list's grandfathers, but seems to have skipped a generation so this part still needs work. This one marriage record put to rest the mistaken idea that Old Nick was married to Mary Wilhoit, as there is no record of marriage for Nicholas in the colonies except for his marriage to Susanna Klaar Webber Crigler, widow of Joseph Weaver and Jacob Crigler and sister of Michael Clore. There is also a list of the 4 sons of Nicholas and Anna Maria who were born in Germany, none of whom lived to make the journey to the colonies. Hope this helps. Thom

I think the daughter with the middle name of Maria is the "Mary" who survived the trip to America. Wasn't the first name usually a family name and the middle the one by which the person was addressed? Also, based on their note in the Chapter 6 list, Zimmerman and Cerni evidently thought Anna Maria was the Mary on the importation paper. See the line they inserted below the name of Marie Gertrud: "Nicholas Jäger (Yager) wf. Anna Maria nee Sieber son Adam b. 1708 dau Maria Barbara b. 1707 dau Marie Gertrud b. 1711 above two not on proof of importation dau Anna Maria b. 1714 dau. anna Margaretha b. 1716" Betty

This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: JAGER, SIEBER, YEAGER, YAGER Classification: Query Message Board URL: Message Board Post: I visited several of the Yager/Jager sites in Germany today. The sites I visited were Winnweler, Falkenstein, and Marienthal. Nicholas JAGER b. abt 1678 m. Anna Maria SIEBER on 11 May 1706 in Marienthal. They lived in Falkenstein and their children were christened in Winnweiler and Marienthal. When I was at Winnweiler, I stopped by the offices for the Protestant (Evangelish) Church. The secretary was nice enough to let me borrow the keys so I could go into the church. The current church building is the "new" church and was built in 1749. The original church that Adam JAGER would have been baptized at is in the area of the current altar. Winnweiler is a very nice town. It has a city hall, and a nice shopping area in the town. It is by far the better of the three towns. The records from the early 1700s are not located here, but in a larger city in Germany. I?m currently stationed in Kaiserslautern, Germany and the LDS church here has a family history center and the records are on microfilm. I'll review the records here in Kaiserslautern at the LDS Family History Center. Falkenstein met the description that other visitors have already described. The area is very pretty. I'll probably return and go hiking in the area. I also took a picture of the Protestant Church in Marienthal. Wasn't able to find out anything about that church. There was no apparent office in the area and no sign on the church. Since all of these sites are within 30 miles of where I am currently living, I'll be visiting them again. If anyone would like any pictures, I?ll be glad to e-mail them to you. Dan Change Date: 28 Jul 1999 at 01:00:00

Father: Christian SIEBER b: ABT 1655 in , , , Ger.

Marriage 1 Nicholas "Old Nick" YAGER b: 28 May 1678 in Oberzell, Weichersbach, Germany Married: 11 May 1706 in Marienthal, Ger. Children Has Children Adam YAGER Sr. b: 29 Sep 1707 in Faulkenstein, NeubergHesse Ger Has No Children Mary YAGER b: ABT 1708 in , , , Germany

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Anna Maria Yager's Timeline

1684
1684
Falkenstein Duchy of Newberg, Palatinate, Germany
1706
May 11, 1706
Age 22
Germany
1707
September 29, 1707
Age 23
Falkenstein, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany
September 29, 1707
Age 23
Rockenhausen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
September 29, 1707
Age 23
Faulkenstein, NeubergHesse Ger
1708
1708
Age 24
Germany
1709
1709
Age 25
1709
Age 25
1714
1714
Age 30
1716
April 13, 1716
Age 32