Catherina Rothrock

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Catherina Rothrock (Miller)

Also Known As: "Catherine", "Catharine Rothrock", "Catharine Mueller"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Berks County, PA
Death: September 03, 1803 (54)
Davidson County, NC
Place of Burial: Davidson County, NC
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jacob Müller and Anna Elisabeth Müller
Wife of Peter Rothrock, Sr
Mother of Barbara Clodfelter; Jacob Rothrock; Anna Maria Reich; Catharine Essex; Elisabeth Craver and 15 others
Sister of Johanna Salome Knauss; Elizabeth Ketner; Hannah Hauser; John Miller; Fredrick Miller and 2 others

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About Catherina Rothrock

Catherine married Peter Rothrock (1746-1829) on 09 Oct 1770 at York, York County, Pennsylvania. They moved from Pennsylvania to the Moravian Community of Friedberg, North Carolina in 1771. Friedberg was then on the border of Surry and Rowan County, North Carolina; but presently on the border of Forsyth and Davidson Counties, North Carolina. Surry County became Stokes County in 1789 and Forsyth County in 1849. Rowan County became Davidson County in 1822.

Peter and Catherine were the parents of ten known children; six girls and four boys; and of 58 known grandchildren. All ten of their children grew to maturity. There were known to be other children that died young. Inscription: b: Berks Co, PA

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Catherina Rothrock's Timeline

1749
April 21, 1749
Berks County, PA
1771
August 6, 1771
Arcadia, Davidson County, North Carolina, United States
August 6, 1771
Surry County, North Carolina, United States
1773
June 21, 1773
Forsyth County, North Carolina, United States
July 21, 1773
Forsyth County, NC, United States
1775
January 9, 1775
Stokes County, North Carolina, United States
January 9, 1775
Stokes County, NC, United States
1776
December 9, 1776
Davidson County, North Carolina, United States
December 9, 1776
Davidson County, NC, United States
1778
November 30, 1778
Forsyth County, North Carolina, United States