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Daniel Rudy

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation
Death: Died in Manheim, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States
Place of Burial: Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Heinrich Rode
Husband of Susannah Rudy
Father of Susanna Rudy; John George Rudy; Barbara Rudy; Anna Rudy; Michael Rudy and 8 others

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Immediate Family

About Daniel Rudy

Cemetery Record:

  • Birth: 1714
  • Death: May 15, 1792
  • Inscription:

Hier Ruhet Daniel Rudy Gebohren im Jahr 1714 versheid d. 15ten May 1792 Alt 78 Jahr

  • Burial:

Landis Valley Mennonite Cemetery Lancaster Lancaster County Pennsylvania, USA

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Daniel Rudy

in the Pennsylvania Naturalizations, 1740-73

Record Image Index-only record Report issue Name: Daniel Rudy Location: Lancaster Date: 31 Aug 1760

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Daniel Rode

in the U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s

Name: Daniel Rode Arrival Year: 1737 Arrival Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Source Publication Code: 7820 Primary Immigrant: Rode, Daniel

Will of Daniel Rudy

In the name of God Amen, I Daniel Rudy, of Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Yeoman, being sound in body and mind, Thanks be to God, but remembering the mortaility of my body, do make this twenty ninth day of April Anno domini one thousand seven hundred and eighty five this my last Will and testament in manner as followeth.
    To my son, Daniel Rudy, Junior, I give and bequeath the plantation whereon I live at present, containing two tracts, the one - one hundred fifty seven acres, the other forty acres and allowance, under condition that he shall pay for the same the sum of one thousand pounds in terms of payment each sixty pounds in spire to begin the first day of May next, and so forth every year sixty pounds and he shall deliver and give from said premises to my beloved wife, Susanna, every year after my death during her natural life the tenth bushel of all rye and wheat growing on said premises, well cleaned to be delivered by him unto her house.  Further, shall my wife live in the house, wherein I lave at present and she shall have apples yearly so much as she wants, and she shall have yearly twenty five pounds of pork, fifty pounds of meat, ten pounds hecheled hemp and ten pounds hecheled flax and ten pounds of tallow, one third part of the garden, and she shall have a right to the great fire place in the house which said house my son shall keep in good repair during the life of said my wife, and she shall have a right in the cellar, which is towards east and in the spring house, and he shall keep for her use two cows constantly, in good fodder and also a riding horse, further shall keep for her use three sheep in constant fodder, four hens, and he shall on his charges provide her with sufficient fire wood, well split carried before her door. And my son, Daniel, paying the aforesaid sum of money, and strictly observing all articles here mentioned concerning my wife, shall have the said premises to him his heirs and assigns forever.
    To my beloved wife, I give further the interest from one hundred pounds during her natural life.

Item: I give her all creatures in my possession at the time of my death and all my household furniture and implements, she shall have this during her natural life, and after her death to be divided among all my heirs I have alike. This shall be the full satisfaction for her dower, besides this she shall have no right to my estate either personal or real.

    To all my sons I give and bequeath all my apparel, to be divided among them share alike, and to my daughters, I give and bequeath all my linen and my wife's apparel to be divided among them share alike.
     To my eldest son, George, I give and bequeath the sum of ten pounds in spire, to be paid to him within half a year after my death, with express orders that he shall take no more but one share.
     To my son, Michael, I give and devise a certain tract of one hundred and eighty six acres, one hundred and forty one persches situate in York County, called "Comfort" with allowance, to him his heirs and assigns forever un condition that he shall pay for the same the sum of four hundred and fifty pounds in spire money of Pennsylvania every year, forty pounds to begin with the first payment next first day of May.
     To my son, Charles, I give and devise another tract of one hundred and ninety two acres and allowance, situate in Warwick Township, near land of late Henry Snyder, to have and to hold the same to him his heirs and assigns forever under conditions, that he shall pay a debt to Henry Wanner of five hundred pounds, for which I am bound and besides this shall he pay to my estate the sum of one hundred pounds, but should I be obliged to pay said five hundred pounds, then an equal sum shall be deducted from his share in my estate.
     To my daughter, Susanna, I give and bequeath the some of fifty six pounds.
     To my daughter, Barbara, I give and bequeath the sum of one hundred and seven pounds.
     To my daughter, Elizabeth, I give and bequeath the sum of two hundred pounds.
     To my daughter, Anna Maria, I give and bequeath the sum of two hundred pounds, all these legacies to be paid in spire.  And, if my daughter, Anna Maria, should die without lawful issue from her body, I order her share to be divided among my other heairs share alike.
     Finally, I constitute and nominate executors of this my last will and testament my loving friends John Leib of Manheim Township and George Philip Bard of Leacock Township. And, if I should not grant deeds to said my sons, or any of them in my lifetime than I empower them herwith to do it for me and in my name, if they fullfil the conditions herein mentioned, which deed I acknowledge as lawful as if made by myself.
     In winess whereof I have put hereunto my hand and seal the day and year first above written.

Signed: Daniel Rudy

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  • Residence: Pennsylvania
  • Residence: Lancaster, Pennsylvania - May 23 1768
  • Residence: Manheim, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States - 1790
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Daniel Rudy's Timeline

1714
January 1714
Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation
1742
October 24, 1742
Age 28
Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States
1744
August 1, 1744
Age 30
York County, Province of Pennsylvania
1746
1746
Age 32
Manheim, Lancaster County, Province of Pennsylvania
1746
Age 32
1748
March 6, 1748
Age 34
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States
1750
December 1750
Age 36
Manheim, Lancaster County, Province of Pennsylvania
1752
January 2, 1752
Age 38
Manheim, Lancaster County, Province of Pennsylvania
1754
May 8, 1754
Age 40
Manheim, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States