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Christian Steck Stutzman, Sr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Bern Twp, Burks, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: November 17, 1770 (38)
Shartlesville, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
Place of Burial: Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Johann Jakob Stutzman, III and Magdalena Maudlin Steck
Husband of Anna Barbara Stutzman and Elizabeth Steiner
Father of Magdalena Yoder (Stutzman); Anna Miller; Mary H Miller; Christian Hochstedler Hersey Stutzman, Jr.; John Stutzman and 5 others
Brother of David Martin Stutzman
Half brother of Jacob Stutzman, IV

Occupation: Farmer
Managed by: Matthew Ray Ropp
Last Updated:

About Christian Steck Stutzman, Sr.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/38360687/christian-stutzman

(Information from the book, Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler by Rev. Harvey Hostetler, D.D. of Family 3634) Christian Stutzman, son of Jacob Stutzman. (#1, p. 37) Married Barbara Hochstedler, daughter of Jacob Hochstedler, Berks Co. Pennsylvania, the immigrant of September 1, 1736. Barbara died about 1782, Shartlesville, Pennsylvania. Christian Stutzman died 1770; his will probated November 17, 1770. (This book possibly in the Library of Congress CS71.H686 1938)


8 children

Magdalena (1753)--Anna (4/12/1755)--Mary (1756)(Married Peter Miller)--Christian Jr (1760)--Jacob (1760)--Elizabeth (married Johannes Gnaegi)--Fanny--John


Christian Stutzman Birth: 1732 Berks County Pennsylvania, USA Death: Nov. 17, 1770 Shartlesville Berks County Pennsylvania, USA

Footnote 1. The will of Christian Stutzman shows that he had four or more sons. In addition to those named above [Christian, Jacob, John] are likely, (1) David, wife Susanna Miller, b. Oct. 17, 1767, of DJH 3062, note, who, June 8, 1785, patented land surveyed for Jacob Stutzman, above, by Christian Hochstetler, later known as the Samuel Folk Farm, 2.5 miles S.E. of Salisbury, Pa., likely the David, taxed in 1796, in Milford Tp., Somerset Co., and Apr. 6, 1798, with wife Susanna, both of Somerset Tp., gave power of Attorney to John Wells to sell land in Somerset Tp., same Co. (2) Samuel Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 26, 1798, agreed to sell land to Abraham Whipkey, his portion of the land bought by Jacob and Samuel Stutzman. Jacob Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 19, 1796, agreed to sell his part of the same to Peter Lenhart. David and Samuel Stutzman appear to have removed from the county after these transactions. Search for them elsewhere has proved fruitless [so far].

--Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler & Christian Stutzman


Family links:

Parents:
 Johann Jakob Stutzmann (1705 - 1775)
 Magdalena Steck Stutzmann (1710 - 1760) 
Spouse:
 Barbara Hochstedler Stutzman (1732 - 1787) 
Children:
 Magdalena Stutzman Yoder (1753 - 1825)*
 Anna Stutzman Miller (1755 - 1814)*
 Mary Stutzman Miller (1756 - 1838)*
 Christian H. Stutzman (1758 - 1825)*
 Jacob Stutzman (1760 - 1820)*
 Elizabeth Stutzman Gnaegi (1762 - 1795)*
 Veronica Stutzman Keim (1764 - 1807)*
 John Stutzman (1766 - 1833)*
 David Stutzman (1767 - ____)*
 Susanna Stutzman (1768 - 1808)

Burial: Unknown Created by: Daryl Mallett & Barbara ... Record added: Jun 15, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 38360687


Christian Stutzman Birth: 1732 Berks County Pennsylvania, USA Death: Nov. 17, 1770 Shartlesville Berks County Pennsylvania, USA

Footnote 1. The will of Christian Stutzman shows that he had four or more sons. In addition to those named above [Christian, Jacob, John] are likely, (1) David, wife Susanna Miller, b. Oct. 17, 1767, of DJH 3062, note, who, June 8, 1785, patented land surveyed for Jacob Stutzman, above, by Christian Hochstetler, later known as the Samuel Folk Farm, 2.5 miles S.E. of Salisbury, Pa., likely the David, taxed in 1796, in Milford Tp., Somerset Co., and Apr. 6, 1798, with wife Susanna, both of Somerset Tp., gave power of Attorney to John Wells to sell land in Somerset Tp., same Co. (2) Samuel Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 26, 1798, agreed to sell land to Abraham Whipkey, his portion of the land bought by Jacob and Samuel Stutzman. Jacob Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 19, 1796, agreed to sell his part of the same to Peter Lenhart. David and Samuel Stutzman appear to have removed from the county after these transactions. Search for them elsewhere has proved fruitless [so far].

--Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler & Christian Stutzman


Family links:

Parents:
 Johann Jakob Stutzmann (1705 - 1775)
 Magdalena Steck Stutzmann (1710 - 1760) 
Spouse:
 Barbara Hochstedler Stutzman (1732 - 1787) 
Children:
 Magdalena Stutzman Yoder (1753 - 1825)*
 Anna Stutzman Miller (1755 - 1814)*
 Mary Stutzman Miller (1756 - 1838)*
 Christian H. Stutzman (1758 - 1825)*
 Jacob Stutzman (1760 - 1820)*
 Elizabeth Stutzman Gnaegi (1762 - 1795)*
 Veronica Stutzman Keim (1764 - 1807)*
 John Stutzman (1766 - 1833)*
 David Stutzman (1767 - ____)*
 Susanna Stutzman (1768 - 1808)

Burial: Unknown Created by: Daryl Mallett & Barbara ... Record added: Jun 15, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 38360687

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=38360687


Birth: 1732 Berks County Pennsylvania, USA Death: Nov. 17, 1770 Shartlesville Berks County Pennsylvania, USA

Footnote 1. The will of Christian Stutzman shows that he had four or more sons. In addition to those named above [Christian, Jacob, John] are likely, (1) David, wife Susanna Miller, b. Oct. 17, 1767, of DJH 3062, note, who, June 8, 1785, patented land surveyed for Jacob Stutzman, above, by Christian Hochstetler, later known as the Samuel Folk Farm, 2.5 miles S.E. of Salisbury, Pa., likely the David, taxed in 1796, in Milford Tp., Somerset Co., and Apr. 6, 1798, with wife Susanna, both of Somerset Tp., gave power of Attorney to John Wells to sell land in Somerset Tp., same Co. (2) Samuel Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 26, 1798, agreed to sell land to Abraham Whipkey, his portion of the land bought by Jacob and Samuel Stutzman. Jacob Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 19, 1796, agreed to sell his part of the same to Peter Lenhart. David and Samuel Stutzman appear to have removed from the county after these transactions. Search for them elsewhere has proved fruitless [so far].

--Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler & Christian Stutzman


Family links:

Parents:
 Johann Jakob Stutzmann (1705 - 1775)
 Magdalena Steck Stutzmann (1710 - 1760)

Spouse:
 Barbara Hochstedler Stutzman (1732 - 1787)

Children:
 Magdalena Stutzman Yoder (1753 - 1825)*
 Anna Stutzman Miller (1755 - 1814)*
 Mary Stutzman Miller (1756 - 1838)*
 Christian H. Stutzman (1758 - 1825)*
 Jacob Stutzman (1760 - 1820)*
 Elizabeth Stutzman Gnaegi (1762 - 1795)*
 Veronica Stutzman Keim (1764 - 1807)*
 John Stutzman (1766 - 1833)*
 David Stutzman (1767 - ____)*
 Susanna Stutzman (1768 - 1808)*

Sibling:
 Jacob Stutzman (1727 - 1813)**
 Christian Stutzman (1732 - 1770)
  • Calculated relationship
    • Half-sibling

Burial: Unknown


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Created by: Daryl & Barbara (Biggs)... Record added: Jun 15, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 38360687


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Footnote 1.

The will of Christian Stutzman shows that he had four or more sons. In addition to those named above [Christian, Jacob, John] are likely, (1) David, wife Susanna Miller, b. Oct. 17, 1767, of DJH 3062, note, who, June 8, 1785, patented land surveyed for Jacob Stutzman, above, by Christian Hochstetler, later known as the Samuel Folk Farm, 2.5 miles S.E. of Salisbury, Pa., likely the David, taxed in 1796, in Milford Tp., Somerset Co., and Apr. 6, 1798, with wife Susanna, both of Somerset Tp., gave power of Attorney to John Wells to sell land in Somerset Tp., same Co. (2) Samuel Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 26, 1798, agreed to sell land to Abraham Whipkey, his portion of the land bought by Jacob and Samuel Stutzman. Jacob Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 19, 1796, agreed to sell his part of the same to Peter Lenhart. David and Samuel Stutzman appear to have removed from the county after these transactions. Search for them elsewhere has proved fruitless [so far].

--Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler & Christian Stutzman


[ https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/38360687/christian-stutzman]

Footnote 1. The will of Christian Stutzman shows that he had four or more sons. In addition to those named above [Christian, Jacob, John] are likely, (1) David, wife Susanna Miller, b. Oct. 17, 1767, of DJH 3062, note, who, June 8, 1785, patented land surveyed for Jacob Stutzman, above, by Christian Hochstetler, later known as the Samuel Folk Farm, 2.5 miles S.E. of Salisbury, Pa., likely the David, taxed in 1796, in Milford Tp., Somerset Co., and Apr. 6, 1798, with wife Susanna, both of Somerset Tp., gave power of Attorney to John Wells to sell land in Somerset Tp., same Co. (2) Samuel Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 26, 1798, agreed to sell land to Abraham Whipkey, his portion of the land bought by Jacob and Samuel Stutzman. Jacob Stutzman, Somerset Tp., Mar. 19, 1796, agreed to sell his part of the same to Peter Lenhart. David and Samuel Stutzman appear to have removed from the county after these transactions. Search for them elsewhere has proved fruitless [so far].

--Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler & Christian Stutzman

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Christian Steck Stutzman, Sr.'s Timeline

1732
January 1, 1732
Burks, Pennsylvania, United States
1754
February 2, 1754
Shartlesville, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1755
April 12, 1755
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1756
1756
Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1758
January 8, 1758
Bern Township, Berks County, PA, United States
1760
January 25, 1760
Berne Twp., Berks County, Pennsylvania
January 25, 1760
Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1762
September 12, 1762
Berne, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1767
October 17, 1767
Bern, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA