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Hans Thomas THOMAS Blankenbuhler

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Niemberg, Spire, Ger.
Death: Died in Neuenburg, Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
Immediate Family:

Son of Matthias Plankenbuhler (Blankenbuehler) and Margaretta
Husband of Anna Barbara Fleishman (Schone)
Father of John Nicholas Blankenbaker; Hans Balthasar Blankenbaker; Ursula BLANKENBAKER; Hans Matthias Blanckenbühler; Anna Maria Blankenbaker and 2 others
Brother of Sophia Plankenbuhler

Managed by: Marilou Goldfarb
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About Hans Thomas THOMAS Blankenbuhler

The following is excerpted from the web page “FLESHMAN/FLEISCHMAN Short History” retrieved November 1, 2007 from http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~george/flesh.html:

“We thought it might be of value if we include a short history of Anna Barbara SCHÖNE, the mother of the FLESHMAN/FLEISCHMANN family in America.

“For years there was confusion and disagreement over the subject of the families BLANKENBAKER/BLANCKENBÜHLER, FLESHMAN/FLEISCHMANN, and SCHLUCTER. For more than a century, it was thought that these three families of the Germanna 2 Colony were three separate and distinct families. Records discovered in recent years have shed new light, and have proven beyond doubt that they are one family of brothers and half-brothers, products of Anna Barbara SCHÖNE's three marriages.

“Anna Barbara departed Germany in 1717 with her third husband Cyriacus FLEISCHMANN and children from all three marriages. Some of these children were already married. (Source: Alexander Spotswood's importation list.)

“The surname is spelled differently in German and American records. The German spelling is most often found as FLEISCHMANN, and the American spelling as FLESHMAN.

“Anna Barbara was christened at Neuenbürg, Baden, on 29 September 1664. (See Villages & Churches, or Ancestral Homes of the Second Germanna Colony.) She was the daughter of Quirinus SCHÖNE and Maria Barbara. Anna's first marriage was to Hans Thomas BLANCKENBÜHLER and took place on 2 November 1680 in Neuenbürg. Anna was 16 years old at the time. Anna and Hans Thomas had four children: Hans Nicolaus, Hans Balthasar, Hans Matthias, and Anna Maria.. All four of these children were immigrants to America. Anna's first husband, Hans Thomas, died sometime between 1687 and 1691, but no death records has ever been found in the Neuenbürg Parish records.

“Anna Barbara then married Johann Jacob SCHLUCTER 3 November 1691 in Neuenbürg. His parents were Peter SCHLUCTER of Hellsultz in Amt, Württemberg. Anna and Johann Jacob had one child: Heinrich, who also came to America in 1717. Anna's second husband, Johann Jacob, died at Neuenbürg on 13 February 1698 at age 45, placing his birth as approximately 1653.

“Anna then married Cyriacus FLEISCHMANN on 5 March 1701 in Neuenbürg. He was the son of Veltin FLEISCHMANN, a blacksmith of Klings in the Fischberg District, Saxony-Eisenach-Henneberg. Anna and Cyriacus were the parents of three children: Maria Catharina (presumed to have died young); Maria Catharina, who married Hans Jacob BROYLES in Virginia; and Hans Peter.”

“Anna, Cyriacus, the second Maria Catharina, and Hans Peter were all immigrants to America in 1717. Cyriacus died sometime after 1748 in Virginia.”

The following is from the web page “Germanna Settlers’ List” retrieved October 30, 2007 from http://www.germanna.org/settlers.html.

“Due to the prominence of Lt. Governor Alexander Spotswood in American history, much was known of his involvement with the establishment of the Germanna Settlement, but little of the German Settlers who were brought to this area with the First Colony of 1714, the Second Colony of 1717, and later groups. During the past five years, the Germanna Foundation has conducted continuing research regarding these families and their descendants. Through these efforts, significant historic data has been obtained regarding these families who bravely traveled to a new country leaving many of their friends and family behind.

“Research into these families is ongoing, therefore this list represents the best information we have at the present. Further documentary research could lead to additions or deletions from this list.

“The Germanna Foundation wishes to especially thank, John V. Blankenbaker, Dr. Katharine L. Brown, Cathi Clore Frost, Suzanne C. Matson, and Barbara Price for their diligent efforts in amplifying and correcting this list…

“The Second Colony

“The 1717 Colony from the Kraichgau of Baden and Württemberg, as well as some from the Rhineland Pfalz (Palatinate) settled first across the Rapidan River from Fort Germanna, then from 1725 to 1727 began to move to the Robinson River Valley in present day Madison County and patent land in their own names.

“(* Names with the Asterisks are the sons and daughters of Anna Barbara Schöne from her previous marriages in Germany to Blankenbaker and Schlucter. These children may have lived in the household of Cyriachus Fleischmann upon arrival and escaped notice in the official records.)

• Blankenbaker/Blankenbühler, Balthazar and wife Anna Margaretha * Neuenbürg

• Blankenbaker/Blankenbühler, Matthias, wife Anna Maria Merckle, son Hans Jerg * Oberderdingen

• Blankenbaker/Blankenbühler, Nicholas, wife Appollonia Käfer, son Zacharias * Neuenbürg

• Fleshman/Fleischmann, Cyriachus, wife Anna Barbara Schöne, Maria Catharina, Hans Peter and numerous stepchildren, see note above. Neuenbürg

• Thomas/Tomas/Thoma, Hans Wendel/John, wife Anna Maria Blankenbaker*, children: Wendel, Anna Magdalena Neuenbürg” --------------------

The following is excerpted from the web page “FLESHMAN/FLEISCHMAN Short History” retrieved November 1, 2007 from http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~george/flesh.html:

“We thought it might be of value if we include a short history of Anna Barbara SCHÖNE, the mother of the FLESHMAN/FLEISCHMANN family in America.

“For years there was confusion and disagreement over the subject of the families BLANKENBAKER/BLANCKENBÜHLER, FLESHMAN/FLEISCHMANN, and SCHLUCTER. For more than a century, it was thought that these three families of the Germanna 2 Colony were three separate and distinct families. Records discovered in recent years have shed new light, and have proven beyond doubt that they are one family of brothers and half-brothers, products of Anna Barbara SCHÖNE's three marriages.

“Anna Barbara departed Germany in 1717 with her third husband Cyriacus FLEISCHMANN and children from all three marriages. Some of these children were already married. (Source: Alexander Spotswood's importation list.)

“The surname is spelled differently in German and American records. The German spelling is most often found as FLEISCHMANN, and the American spelling as FLESHMAN.

“Anna Barbara was christened at Neuenbürg, Baden, on 29 September 1664. (See Villages & Churches, or Ancestral Homes of the Second Germanna Colony.) She was the daughter of Quirinus SCHÖNE and Maria Barbara. Anna's first marriage was to Hans Thomas BLANCKENBÜHLER and took place on 2 November 1680 in Neuenbürg. Anna was 16 years old at the time. Anna and Hans Thomas had four children: Hans Nicolaus, Hans Balthasar, Hans Matthias, and Anna Maria.. All four of these children were immigrants to America. Anna's first husband, Hans Thomas, died sometime between 1687 and 1691, but no death records has ever been found in the Neuenbürg Parish records.

“Anna Barbara then married Johann Jacob SCHLUCTER 3 November 1691 in Neuenbürg. His parents were Peter SCHLUCTER of Hellsultz in Amt, Württemberg. Anna and Johann Jacob had one child: Heinrich, who also came to America in 1717. Anna's second husband, Johann Jacob, died at Neuenbürg on 13 February 1698 at age 45, placing his birth as approximately 1653.

“Anna then married Cyriacus FLEISCHMANN on 5 March 1701 in Neuenbürg. He was the son of Veltin FLEISCHMANN, a blacksmith of Klings in the Fischberg District, Saxony-Eisenach-Henneberg. Anna and Cyriacus were the parents of three children: Maria Catharina (presumed to have died young); Maria Catharina, who married Hans Jacob BROYLES in Virginia; and Hans Peter.”

“Anna, Cyriacus, the second Maria Catharina, and Hans Peter were all immigrants to America in 1717. Cyriacus died sometime after 1748 in Virginia.”

The following is from the web page “Germanna Settlers’ List” retrieved October 30, 2007 from http://www.germanna.org/settlers.html.

“Due to the prominence of Lt. Governor Alexander Spotswood in American history, much was known of his involvement with the establishment of the Germanna Settlement, but little of the German Settlers who were brought to this area with the First Colony of 1714, the Second Colony of 1717, and later groups. During the past five years, the Germanna Foundation has conducted continuing research regarding these families and their descendants. Through these efforts, significant historic data has been obtained regarding these families who bravely traveled to a new country leaving many of their friends and family behind.

“Research into these families is ongoing, therefore this list represents the best information we have at the present. Further documentary research could lead to additions or deletions from this list.

“The Germanna Foundation wishes to especially thank, John V. Blankenbaker, Dr. Katharine L. Brown, Cathi Clore Frost, Suzanne C. Matson, and Barbara Price for their diligent efforts in amplifying and correcting this list…

“The Second Colony

“The 1717 Colony from the Kraichgau of Baden and Württemberg, as well as some from the Rhineland Pfalz (Palatinate) settled first across the Rapidan River from Fort Germanna, then from 1725 to 1727 began to move to the Robinson River Valley in present day Madison County and patent land in their own names.

“(* Names with the Asterisks are the sons and daughters of Anna Barbara Schöne from her previous marriages in Germany to Blankenbaker and Schlucter. These children may have lived in the household of Cyriachus Fleischmann upon arrival and escaped notice in the official records.)

• Blankenbaker/Blankenbühler, Balthazar and wife Anna Margaretha * Neuenbürg

• Blankenbaker/Blankenbühler, Matthias, wife Anna Maria Merckle, son Hans Jerg * Oberderdingen

• Blankenbaker/Blankenbühler, Nicholas, wife Appollonia Käfer, son Zacharias * Neuenbürg

• Fleshman/Fleischmann, Cyriachus, wife Anna Barbara Schöne, Maria Catharina, Hans Peter and numerous stepchildren, see note above. Neuenbürg

• Thomas/Tomas/Thoma, Hans Wendel/John, wife Anna Maria Blankenbaker*, children: Wendel, Anna Magdalena Neuenbürg”

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Hans Thomas Blanckenbuehler's Timeline

1660
1660
Niemberg, Spire, Ger.
1680
November 2, 1680
Age 20
Neuenbürg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1682
January 2, 1682
Age 22
Neuenburg, Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
1683
April 29, 1683
Age 23
Neuenbürg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1683
Age 23
Oteisheim, Wurtemburg, Baden, Wurtemburg, Germany
1684
1684
Age 24
Neuenbürg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1687
May 5, 1687
Age 27
Neuenburg, Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
1690
1690
Age 30
1691
November 3, 1691
Age 31
Neuenburg, Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
1696
1696
Age 31
Alsace, Germany