Henry Herr Weber (1690 - c.1745) MP

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Birthplace: Schaffhausen, Canton of Schaffhausen, Switzerland
Death: Died in Blue Ball, Lancaster County, PA, USA
Managed by: Joel Schuweiler
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About Henry Herr Weber

     Born 1690 Baretswil, Canton Zurich, Switzerland
 
     Migrated before 1700 to Unterbiegelhof, Heidelburg, Palatinate of the Rhine with family
     Immigrated c. 1717 to Pequea Creek, Chester (now Lancaster) Co PA 

To Jacob Baylor, Surveyor General. "Warrant Book, 1700-1714, p 229. On the 23d of October, the land was surveyed and divided among the Meylins, Herrs, Kendigs and others of the company. By warrant, dated July 5, 1712, there were surveyed, November 1, 1712, Pequea, now Strasburg township, for Amos Strettle, 3380 acres, who afterwards sold it in smaller tracts; the principal persons to whom he sold prior to 1734, were. . .Henry Shank, Ulrich Brackbill . . Martin Miller. . .John Bowman, Valentine Miller, Jacob Hain, John Herr. . . . . . .Having spent some time in preliminary arrangements, he [Martin Kendig] and a company of Swiss and some Germans, bade a lasting adieu to their old homes, and dissolved the tender ties of friendship with those whom they left. With his company, consisting of the residue of some of those in America, and of Peter Yordea, Jacob Miller, Hans Tschantz, Henry Funk, John Houser, John Bachman, Jacob Weber, Schlegel, Venerick, Guldin, and others, he returned to the new home, where they were all cordially embraced by their fathers and friends. The Swiss settlement received an augmentation in 1715-16 and 17; besides those already named, were. . .Michael Shank. . .Jacob Landis. . .Michael Miller. . .Jacob Boehm. . . . During the year 1727, more than a thousand Palatines arrived in Pennsylvania; among these were the names of Diffenderfer, Ekman, Meyer, Bowman, Eberlee, Zug, Shultze, Funk, Frantz, and others.

   
     Married c. 1718 in Pequea Creek, Chester (now Lancaster) Co PA to Maudlin Kendig b. c. 1703 Unterbiegelhof, Heidelburg, Palatinate of the Rhine
   
     Migrated  before 1722 to Earle Twp, Chester (now Lancaster) Co PA
   
     1724 Settled Weber Thal, Earle Township, Chester (now Lancaster) Co PA
   
     1729 Lancaster Co split from Chester Co PA
   
     Died 6/1745 Earle Twp, Lancaster Co PA
   
     Buried Weaverland Cemetery, Earle Twp, Lancaster Co PA 

-------------------- Note: RMW2 Weaver.ged From Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Married Magdalena Maudlin Kendig, 1703 1758 1721 and 1723, Jacob, George, and Henry along with brotherinlaw David Martin obtained over 3000 acres in \"weber Thal\", now known as Weaverland. Jay D. Weaver has in his possession a map of this tract. Buried at Weber\Martin (Old Weaverland) Cem, East Earl Twp, Lancaster Co., PA (no stone)

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Henry Herr Weber's Timeline

1690
1690
Schaffhausen, Canton of Schaffhausen, Switzerland
1717
1717
Age 27
1717
Age 27
1720
1720
Age 30
Blue Ball, Lancaster County, PA, USA
1723
1723
Age 33
Blue Ball, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
1725
1725
Age 35
Blue Ball, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
1726
1726
Age 36
Weaverland, Lancaster, Pennsylvania (USA)
1730
1730
Age 40
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Colonial America
1731
December 25, 1731
Age 41
East Earl, Lancaster County, PA, USA
1736
April 11, 1736
Age 46
Weaverland, Lancaster County, PA, USA