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Jacob Greter

Birthdate:
Birthplace: North Heidelberg, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: June 01, 1834 (69-70)
North Carolina, United States
Place of Burial: Lexington, Davidson County, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Hans Jacob Greter and Mary Catherina Greter
Husband of Maria Greter
Father of Elisabeth Rominger; Rebecca Rominger; Susannah Rominger; Sarah Hauser; Catharina Spach and 4 others
Half brother of Elizabeth Fischer Vogler

Managed by: Kimberly Louise Fraser
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About Jacob Greter

Jacob Greter (family surname changed to Crater to early to mid-1800s) was the son of Hans Jacob Greter (c1708-1788) and Maria (went by Mary) Catharina Heren Moll (some records show Kerr) Greter (1722-1793).

Jacob married Maria (went by Mary) Frey (1766 (or 1765?)-1837) on 21 Feb 1786 at Salem, Surry (then Stokes, then Forsyth) County, North Carolina. Jacob and Mary were the parents of nine known children, seven girls and two boys; all of whom lived to maturity, namely:

1. Elisabeth Greter/Crater Rominger (1787-1870) 2. Rebecca Greter/Crater Rominger (1789-1862) 3. Susanna Greter/Crater Rominger (1791-1843) 4. Sarah Greter/Crater Hauser (1794-1850) 5. Catharina Greter/Crater Spach (1796-1875) 6. Johannes (John) Greter/Crater (1798-1884) 7. Jacob Greter/Crater (1801-1890) 8. Maria Catherine Greter/Crater Leinbach (1803-a1870) 9. Lydia Greter/Crater Schaub (1806-1901)

Links to Jacob's parents, wife and eight of his nine known children are included below.

It is not known where the eighth child Maria (went by Mary or Polly) Catherine Greter Leinbach is buried. She married John Jonas (went by Jonas) Leinbach (1805-1880) and had six known children. The parents were living at Oldtown Township, Forsyth County, North Carolina in 1860. In 1870 and 1880 Jonas was a widower, living at Oldtown Township. Does anyone known when Mary/Polly died or where she is buried?

Jacob Greter (family surname changed to Crater to early to mid-1800s) was the son of Hans Jacob Greter (c1708-1788) and Maria (went by Mary) Catharina Heren Moll (some records show Kerr) Greter (1722-1793).

Jacob married Maria (went by Mary) Frey (1766 (or 1765?)-1837) on 21 Feb 1786 at Salem, Surry (then Stokes, then Forsyth) County, North Carolina. Jacob and Mary were the parents of nine known children, seven girls and two boys; all of whom lived to maturity, namely:

1. Elisabeth Greter/Crater Rominger (1787-1870) 2. Rebecca Greter/Crater Rominger (1789-1862) 3. Susanna Greter/Crater Rominger (1791-1843) 4. Sarah Greter/Crater Hauser (1794-1850) 5. Catharina Greter/Crater Spach (1796-1875) 6. Johannes (John) Greter/Crater (1798-1884) 7. Jacob Greter/Crater (1801-1890) 8. Maria Catherine Greter/Crater Leinbach (1803-a1870) 9. Lydia Greter/Crater Schaub (1806-1901)

Links to Jacob's parents, wife and eight of his nine known children are included below.

It is not known where the eighth child Maria (went by Mary or Polly) Catherine Greter Leinbach is buried. She married John Jonas (went by Jonas) Leinbach (1805-1880) and had six known children. The parents were living at Oldtown Township, Forsyth County, North Carolina in 1860. In 1870 and 1880 Jonas was a widower, living at Oldtown Township. Does anyone known when Mary/Polly died or where she is buried?


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Jacob Greter's Timeline

1764
1764
North Heidelberg, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1787
January 15, 1787
Friedberg, Stokes, North Carolina, United States
1789
April 6, 1789
Freidberg, Forsyth, North Carolina, United States
1790
1790
Age 26
Rowan, North Carolina
1791
September 30, 1791
Forsyth County, North Carolina, United States
1794
January 10, 1794
Freidberg, Forsyth, North Carolina, United States
1796
June 8, 1796
Friedberg, North Carolina, United States
1798
October 3, 1798
Rowan County, North Carolina, United States
1801
April 2, 1801
Davidson County, North Carolina, United States