Johannes Bellinger (1664 - 1725) MP

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Birthplace: Rodenbach,Nassau,Hessen,Germany
Death: Died in Burnetsfield,Herkimer,New York,USA
Occupation: Came to America during Palatine Immigration 1710
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About Johannes Bellinger

Born in Rodenbach, Germany, and died AFTER 1725 in Upstate NY. --------------------

  1. ID: I01810
  2. Name: Johannes Bellinger
  3. Sex: M
  4. Birth: 17 NOV 1664 in Huttengesus, Rodenbach, Germany 1
  5. Death: AFT 1725 in German Flats, Herkimer Co, New York 2
  6. Baptism: 17 NOV 1664 Rodenbach, Hanau, Hesse, Germany 3
  7. Immigration: Simmendinger Registry List of Palatine Immigrants
  8. Burial: 1725 Burnetsfield, Herkimer Co, NY 4
  9. PROP: 1723 Burnetsfield Patent, Herkimer Co, NY
  10. Occupation: Carpenter 5
  11. Note:
   Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration
   A British Government Redemptioner Project to Manufacture Naval Stores
   by Walter Allen Knittle, Ph.D.
   Department of History
   College of the City of New York
   Published Philadelphia, 1937
   THE SIMMENDINGER REGISTER
   The list contains the Appendix of Ulrich Simmendinger's pamphlet, Warhoffte und glaubwurdige Verzeichnuss jeniger Personen; welche sich anno 1709 aus Teutschland in Americam oder neue welt begeben. . . . (Reuttlingen, ca. 1717). A copy is in the rare book room of the New York Public Library. Another copy is in the possession of Dr. Gustav Anjou, West New Brighton, Staten Island, New York. Simmendinger, who was one of the immigrants himself, returned to German in 1717 and there published this brief account of the emigration and the names of those Palatine families still living in New York. The family names were given by Simmendinger under fourteen locations. These lists have been brought together into one alphabetized list, but the locations are preserved by including after the family head's name the letter of the alphabet, denoting the location according to the following key.
   Quunsberg = (a)
   Wormsdorff=(b)
   Hunderston = (c)
   Heessberg = (d)
   Becksmansland (e)
   Neu= Stuttgardt = (f)
   Neu = Cassel = (g)
   Neu=Quunsberg = (h)
   Neu=Heidelberg = (i)
   Neu = Heessberg = (j)
   Neu = Ansberg = (k)
   Dise Menschen wohnen auf dem Rarendantz = (l)
   In Neu=Yorck = (m)
   Hackensack = (n)
   The first four villages comprised East Camp on the land purchased from Robert Livingston on the east side of the Hudson River. These villages have been identified as Queensbury, Annsbury, Hunterstown, and Haysbury respectively, as they are named in the New York Colonial MMS., LV, 100. Beckmansland, judged by the identification of certain individuals in the list, comprised the three villages on the west side (West Camp), given in the loc. cit. as Elizabeth town, George Town, and New Town, However, it is possible that the families identified may have moved to the east side of the river south of Livingston Manor, and the location of Beckmansland may be the Rhinebeck area. The objection to this surmise is that it leaves us without any notation of families living in West Camp. The villages marked (f) to (l) are apparently German names for the seven Schoharie Valley settlements, probably used only in the pamphlet to impress the people in the Fatherland for whom the lists were prepared. Tentatively, by the identification of a few family names known to reside in the several villages, they appear to be as follows:
   Neu=Stuttgardt (f)---------Weiserdorf
   Neu=Cassel (g)------------Gerlachsdorf
   Neu=Quunsberg (h) -------Hartmansdorf
   Neu=Heidelberg (i)-------Brunnendorf
   Neu=Heesberg (j)---------Fuchsendorf
   Neu=Ansberg (k)----------Schmidsdorf
   Auf dem Rarendantz-------Kniskerndorf
   Johannes and Ann Maria Margaretha Bellinger and 2 children appear on the Simmendinger Registry List of Palatine Immigrants. See site on web: http://www.fortklock.com/knittlesimmendinger.htm
   These are the Bellingers listed:
   Bellinger, Johann Friederich, (j) w. Anna Elisabeth & 3 ch
   Bellinger, Johannes, (h) w. Anna Maria Margaretha & 2 ch
   Bellinger, Marx, (k) Anna & 5 ch
   Bellinger, Nicolaus, (k) wodower & 1 ch
   Title: The Palatine Families of New York - A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710
   Author: Henry Z. Jones, Jr.
   Publication: Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1985
   Abbrev: The Palatine Families of New York - 1710
   Page: Page 48 - Johannes Bellinger
   Text: Johannes, bpt. 17 Nov 1664 - sp.: Johannes, s/o Conrad Bach (Rodenbach) .... The line was carried on by the 1709er Johannes Bellinger, bpt. at Rodenbach 17 Nov 1664 ... On 24 Apr 1690 Johannes Bellinger, s/o Dietrich Bellinger at Niederrodenbach, md. Anna Margaretha, d/o Hans Kuhn (Langenselbold). Anna Margaret, d/o Hans Kuhn and his wife Catharina, was bpt. 11 Aug 1661 - sp.: Anna Margaretha, ...Heinrich Kuhn from Luden (Langenselbold).
   Quality: 2
   "Since the German records had not yet been found when LFB was doing his research, his book begins with the earliest known Bellingers in New York. He made extensive use of all available information, including embarkation and subsistence lists, the Simmendinger Census in New York (about 1716), deeds, wills, etc. But he had to make many assumptions in the absence of church records for the earliest years. He also made a case against a previous tradition (common in many family histories) that began with the phrase "three or four brothers came to this country." While brothers often did emigrate together, LFB showed that the supposed Bellinger "brothers" also had an immigrant father. (He cited a New York payroll receipt for carpenter work, signed by Frederick Bellinger "for himself and for his father Johannes") Based on this and other information, he came to the conclusion that Frederick’s father, Johannes Bellinger, was the "ancestor of all of the Bellinger names in the valley." That conclusion, however, was not totally correct."
   Lyle F. Bellinger at http://www.szt-genealogy.org/Bellinger.htm

Father: Dietrich Bellinger b: ABT 1644 in Rodenbach, Hesse, Germany

Mother: Barbara Geysen b: ABT 1635 in Rodenbach, Hesse, Germany

Marriage 1 Anna Margaretha Kuhn b: BEF 11 AUG 1661 in Huttengesus, Germany c: 11 AUG 1661 in Langenselbold, Hanau, Hesse, Germany

   * Married: 24 APR 1690 in Niederrodenbach, Germany 6
   * Married: 24 APR 1690 in Langenselbold, Hanau, Hesse, Germany 7

Children

  1. Has Children Frederick Bellinger b: ABT 1680 c: 13 SEP 1691 in Huttengesus, Langensbold, Hesse, Germany
  2. Has No Children Marcus Bellinger b: 1682
  3. Has No Children Elizabeth Bellinger b: 1684
  4. Has No Children Nicholas Bellinger b: ABT 1685
  5. Has No Children Maria Barbara Bellinger b: 1686
  6. Has No Children Henry Bellinger b: 1688
  7. Has Children Phillip "Lipps" Bellinger b: 16 DEC 1694 in Huttengessus, Hesse, Germany
  8. Has No Children Phillip Bellinger b: 16 DEC 1695
  9. Has Children Adam Bellinger b: 1698

Sources:

  1. Title: "The Palatine Families of New York 1710" by Henry Z. Jones Jr.,1985
     Page: pg 48
  2. Title: "The Palatine Families of New York 1710" by Henry Z. Jones Jr.,1985
     Page: 49 - Johannes Bellinger
     Text: Text: ... Johannes Pellinger was a patentee on the n. side, and Margaret Pellinger his wife was a patentee on the s. side of the Mowhawk 30 Apr 1725 (Burnetsfield Patent) he would be dead for her to be a patentee
  3. Title: "The Palatine Families of New York 1710" by Henry Z. Jones Jr.,1985
     Text: Johannes, bpt. 17 Nov 1664 - sp.: Johannes, s/o Conrad Bach (Rodenbach)
  4. Title: "The Palatine Families of New York 1710" by Henry Z. Jones Jr.,1985
  5. Title: State Library, Albany, NY
     Text: Payroll list Dec 13, 1711 Frederick Bellinger signed pay receipt for himself and his Father Johannes "for carpenter work on Livingston Manor"
  6. Title: "The Palatine Families of New York 1710" by Henry Z. Jones Jr.,1985
     Page: pg 48- Johannes Bellinger
     Text: Johannes, bpt. 17 Nov 1664 - sp.: Johannes, s/o Conrad Bach (Rodenbach) .... The line was carried on by the 1709er Johannes Bellinger, bpt. at Rodenbach 17 Nov 1664 ... On 24 Apr 1690 Johannes Bellinger, s/o Dietrich Bellinger at Niederrodenbach, md. Anna Margaretha, d/o Hans Kuhn (Langenselbold). Anna Margaret, d/o Hans Kuhn and his wife Catharina, was bpt. 11 Aug 1661 - sp.: Anna Margaretha, ...Heinrich Kuhn from Luden (Langenselbold).
  7. Title: "The Palatine Families of New York 1710" by Henry Z. Jones Jr.,1985
     Text: On 24 April 1690 Johannes Bellinger, s/o Dieterich Bellinger at Niederrondenbach, md. Anna Margaretha d/o Hans Kuhn (Langenselbold) 
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Johannes Bellinger's Timeline

1664
November 17, 1664
Rodenbach,Nassau,Hessen,Germany
1684
1684
Age 19
Palatinate,Pfalz,Bavaria,Germany
1685
1685
Age 20
Palatinate,Pfalz,Bavaria,Germany
1686
1686
Age 21
Langenselbold, Hesse, Germany
1688
1688
Age 23
Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland
1690
April 24, 1690
Age 25
Niederrodenbach, Germany
1691
September 13, 1691
Age 26
Huttenges,Palantine,Germany
1695
December 16, 1695
Age 31
Palatinate,Pfalz,Bavaria,Germany
1697
April 30, 1697
Age 32
Langenselbold,Nassau,Hesse,Germany
1698
1698
Age 33
Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland