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Johannes Philipp Dellinger, Sr.

Also Known As: "Hans Philipp"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Oberacker, Kraichtal, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Death: Died in Lincolnton, Lincoln, North Carolina, United States
Place of Burial: Ramseur, Randolph County, NC, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Hans Paul Dellinger and Clara Anna Dellinger
Husband of Anna Maria Dellinger; Anna Maria Dellinger and Katharina Dellinger
Father of Catharina Margaretha Dellinger; Hans Philipp Dellinger; Rosina Barbara Dellinger; Heinrich Henry Dellinger; Captain John Philipp Dellinger and 4 others
Brother of Hans Michel Dellinger; Maria Agnes Dellinger Renner; Hans Martin Dellinger; Anna Barbara aka Barbara Dellinger - Fritz - Schwenger - Zaininger; Johann Valentin Dellinger and 1 other

Occupation: Schneider und Totengräber, (tailor and grave digger)
Managed by: Tobias Rachor (C)
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About Johannes Philipp Dellinger, Sr.

Deutschland, Heiraten 1558-1929

Name: Philipp Dellinger Name des Ehepartners: Catharina Zeeb Ereignisdatum: 26 Nov 1748 Ereignisort: Evangelisch, Oberacker, Karlsruhe, Baden Name des Vaters des Ehepartners: Johann Zeeb Satznummer des Indexierungsprojekts: M92137-2 Ursprungssystem: Germany-VR GS-Filmnummer: 1272382 Referenznummer: 2:1PVN488

Source: Deutschland, Heiraten 1558-1929," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VCBK-G7G : accessed 08 Aug 2013), Philipp Dellinger and Catharina Zeeb, 26 Nov 1748.


Johann Philipp (Philipp) Dellinger Born August 24, 1706 in Oberacker, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germanymap Son of Hans P. Dellinger and Clara Anna (Unknown) Dellinger Brother of Hans Michael Dellinger, Maria Agnes (Dellinger) Rhttp://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Dellinger-10enner, Hanns M. Dellinger, Anna B. Dellinger, Johann V. Dellinger and Johann Wilhelm Dellinger Husband of Anna Maria (Brandstatter) Dellinger — married January 30, 1731 in Oberacker, present-day Baden-Wurttemberg, Germanymap Husband of Catharina (Zeeb) Dellinger — married November 26, 1748 in Oberacker, present-day Baden-Wurttemberg, Germanymap Husband of Mary (Unknown) Dellinger — married after 1750 in Americamap Father of Catharina M. Dellinger, Hanns Philipp Dellinger, Rosina Barbara Dellinger, Heinrich Dellinger, Johann P. Dellinger, Peter Paul Dellinger and Margaretha Dellinger Died after October 4, 1783 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

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Johann Philipp (Philipp) Dellinger Born 24 Aug 1706 in Oberacker, Baden-Württemberg, Germanymap Son of Hans Paul Dellinger and Clara Anna (Unknown) Dellinger Brother of Hans Michael Dellinger, Maria Agnes (Dellinger) Renner, Hanns Martin Dellinger, Anna Barbara Dellinger, Johann Valentin Dellinger and Johann Wilhelm Dellinger Husband of Anna Maria (Brandstatter) Dellinger — married 30 Jan 1731 in Oberacker, present-day Baden-Württemberg, Germanymap Husband of Catharina (Zeeb) Dellinger — married 26 Nov 1748 in Oberacker, present-day Baden-Württemberg, Germanymap Husband of Mary (Unknown) Dellinger — married after 1750 in Americamap Father of Catharina Margaretha Dellinger, Hanns Philipp Dellinger, Rosina Barbara Dellinger, Heinrich Dellinger, Johann Philipp Dellinger, Peter Paul Dellinger and Margaretha Dellinger Died after 4 Oct 1783 in Lincoln County, North Carolinamap Profile managers: April Dauenhauer private message [send private message], Kathy Sullivan private message [send private message], and Lamar Ross private message [send private message] Dellinger-10 created 27 Sep 2010 | Last modified 31 Aug 2016 | Last edit: 31 Aug 2016 12:40: Kathy (Gunter) Sullivan edited the Biography for Philipp Dellinger. [Thank Kathy for this | 1 thank-you received] This page has been accessed 1,587 times.

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[hide] 1 Biography by Kathy Gunter Sullivan 1.1 Marriages and Children 1.2 Occupation 1.3 1750 Emigration 1.4 North Carolina Land 1.5 Lincoln County, North Carolina, Estate 1.6 Revolutionary War Patriot 2 References 3 Sources 3.1 Acknowledgements Biography by Kathy Gunter Sullivan

A comparison of Philipp Dellinger's signatures confirms without question that the man born in Oberacker, Germany, is the same person who emigrated to America in 1750.

1735 and 1750 Signatures. During the time that Philipp resided in the village of Oberacker, it was in the Dertingen District, Duchy of Württemberg. Oberacker now is part of the State of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Marriages and Children

Marriage 1 to Anna Maria Brandstatter, 30 January 1731, Oberacker, present-day Baden-Württemberg, Germany[1]

Only two children (Henry and John) are known to have survived from Philipp and Anna Maria (Brandstatter) Dellinger's marriage.

Child: Catherina Margaretha Dellinger 1733-1734 Child: Hanns Philipp Dellinger 1734-1738 Child: Rosina Barbara Dellinger born 1737 Child: Heinrich "Henry" Dellinger 1740-1820. Spouses: Anna Johanna "Hanna" Rudisill, Margaret (née -?-) Schmoller Child: Johann "John" Philipp Dellinger 1743-1826. Spouse: Barbara Whitener Child: Peter Paul Dellinger born and died 1747 Marriage 2 to Catharina Zeeb, 26 November 1748, Oberacker, present-day Baden-Württemberg, Germany[2]

Child: Margaretha Dellinger born 1750 No other child for Philipp and Catharina (Zeeb) Dellinger is recorded in the Oberacker Church Register. Marriage 3 after 1750 in America to Mary née (—?—). In 1769, Philipp Dellinger and his wife Mary executed a deed to William Tankersley, indicating he had married a third time.[3] A published abstract of the deed misled some researchers that Mary’s maiden name was Tankersley. Consulting the deed book itself reveals the Register of Deeds made a copying error by confusing the grantors’ surname with that of the grantee. Whatever Mary’s maiden name was, this instrument does not establish her as a Tankersley.

Child: None known. Occupation

In his home village of Oberacker, Philipp was a tailor and was assigned the civic duty of a grave digger.[4] He continued his trade as a tailor in North Carolina. When he purchased North Carolina land in 1757, the deed stated his occupation: "This Indenture made in the year of our Lord 1757 between Martin Falinger [Dellinger], Planter, and Barbara his wife to Philip Fallinger [Dellinger], Taylor."[5]

1750 Emigration

Emigration route: From Oberacker, present-day Baden-Württemberg, Germany, to Rotterdam, Holland, Netherlands, to Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, to the Port of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, America.

Philipp Dellinger emigrated to the American Colonies on the ship Two Brothers. At Philadelphia Town Hall on 28 August 1750, he signed the oath of abjuration required of all non-English emigrants as Philipp Dellinger in German script. Following after Philipp's signature is "Henry his X mark Hillinger." He presumably was Philipp's ten-year old son even though requirements were that only males age sixteen and over were sworn.[6]

North Carolina Land

Philipp purchased his first tract of land on 2 September 1757. It was 185 acres in Anson County, present-day Lincoln County, North Carolina.[7] This is the tract he later conveyed to his son Henry. The second and last tract of land Philipp acquired was a grant of 250 acres "on a branch of Leepers Creek joining the lines of the land he lives on."[8] He sold this tract on 7 January 1769 to William Tankersley.[9]

Lincoln County, North Carolina, Estate

Philipp executed two deeds of gift in 1783 to his sons Henry and John.

20 May 1783, Philip Dellinger, County of Lincoln, State of North Carolina, for love and affection to my son Henry Dellinger, the land on which I now live, 185 acres, being half of a tract of 370 acres granted to Martin Tillinger August 30, 1753 and conveyed from Martin to the said Philip Dellinger on September 2, 1757. Signed in German script: Philipp Dellinger.[10]

22 May 1783, Philip Dellinger for natural love and affection to my son John Dellinger, me hereunto moving, have given and granted all and singular my goods and chattles: two mares and colts, one still and vessels, 14 head of cattle, sheep, loom and gears, horse and wagon and hind gears, one wire sifter, one feather bed and cover, one chaff bed, seven books, one pair of shears, mall rings, one tailors goose, one pr. wool cards, one pr. double trees, one log chain, four augurs, three scythes, one small anvil, one mattock, one hand saw, pitch fork, two chisels, drawing knife, grindstone, two felling axes, coopers dowel, three sides of tanned leather, one basin and one pot and other moveables. Signed in German script: Johann Philipp Dellinger.[11]

Revolutionary War Patriot

The date and specifics of Philipp Dellinger’s contribution to Revolutionary War efforts are unknown other than it occurred prior to October 1783 and was not for active military service; he was in his seventieth year when the Revolution began in 1776. On 4 October 1783, the Morgan District Board of Auditors issued a voucher for £9.9.0 to Phillip Dellinger, reimbursing him for a contribution to the War effort.[12] Philipp was accepted in August 2011 as a Patriot by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). His patriot number is A207928.[13]

Philipp’s sons, Henry (DAR No. A088225) and John (DAR No. A031545), both served active military duty in addition to supplying provisions to the Patriot cause.

References

↑ St. Andrew Evangelical Lutheran Church of Oberacker, Ehebuch [marriage book]; FHL microfilm 1,272,382, item 8. ↑ St. Andrew Evangelical Lutheran Church of Oberacker, Ehebuch [marriage book]; FHL microfilm 1,272,382, item 8. ↑ Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, deed book 4: 472-73. ↑ His occupations are stated in St. Andrew's Evangelical Lutheran Church Register, Oberacker, present-day Baden-Württemberg. ↑ Anson County, North Carolina, Deed Book C-1: 346-48. ↑ Ralph B. Strassburger, Pennsylvania German Pioneers (1934; reprint Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1992), vol. II: 509, signature image. ↑ Anson County, North Carolina, deed book C-1: 346-52. ↑ Granted 25 October 1765, to "Philip Tillinger" in Mecklenburg County (present-day Lincoln County); recorded in Grant Book 18: 275; Secretary of State Land Records, North Carolina State Archives. ↑ Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, deed book 4: 472-473, Register of Deeds Office, Charlotte. ↑ Lincoln County, North Carolina, Deed Book 2: 623. ↑ Lincoln County, North Carolina, Deed Book 2: 623-24. ↑ State Treasurer, Revolutionary War Vouchers, Philipp Dellinger certificate no. 2810; North Carolina State Archives. ↑ See DAR (http://services.dar.org/public/dar_research/search/?tab_id=0), Ancestor database, Dellinger: Philipp, Henry, and John. Philipp was sponsored by his descendant Kathy Gunter Sullivan, DAR member national member no. 752135. Sources

See also: The following FamilySearch indexes are derivative sources of the original records cited above in footnotes 1, 2, and 3. Deutschland Heiraten, 1558-1929 database, FamilySearch, Philipp Dellinger and Anna Maria Brandstaetter, 30 Jan 1731; citing Evangelisch, Oberacker, Karlsruhe, Baden; FHL microfilm 1,272,382. Deutschland Heiraten, 1558-1929 database, FamilySearch, Philipp Dellinger and Catharina Zeeb, 26 Nov 1748; citing Evangelisch, Oberacker, Karlsruhe, Baden; FHL microfilm 1,272,382. Acknowledgements

Kathy Gunter Sullivan acknowledges with grateful thanks Miles S. Philbeck's extensive guidance to understanding German church registers and his translations.

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Johannes Philipp Dellinger, Sr.'s Timeline

1706
August 24, 1706
Kraichtal, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1733
August 20, 1733
Age 26
Oberacker, Baden
1734
November 10, 1734
Age 28
Oberacker, Baden
1737
September 16, 1737
Age 31
Oberacker, Baden
1740
October 27, 1740
Age 34
Oberacker, Baden
1743
October 23, 1743
Age 37
Oberacker, Baden
1747
June 28, 1747
Age 40
Oberacker, Baden