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Rev. Antonius Jacobus Henckel

Also Known As: "Anton", "Anthony", "Jacob", "Anthonius", "Hinkle", "Hinckle", "Hinkel", "Hinckel", "Henckel", "Henckle", "Henkle", "Henkel"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Mehrenberg, Grafschaft Nassau-Saarbrücken, Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation
Death: August 12, 1728 (59)
Germantown, Philadelphia County, Province of Pennsylvania (Fall from horse)
Place of Burial: Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Georg Henckel; Georg Henckel; Anna Eulalia Henckel and Anna Eulalia Henckel
Husband of Maria Elisabeth Henckel
Father of Johann Nicholas Henkel; Johanna Fredericka Henkel Geiger; Johann Melchoir Henkle; Johann Gerhard Anthony Henckel; Maria Elizabeth Griesemer and 8 others
Brother of Johannes Konradus Henckel; Elisabeth Catherine Perhan; Johannes Christianus Henckel; Johann Georg Henckel and Philipp Konrad Henckel

Occupation: Minister, Lutheran Church Pastor
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About Rev. Antonius Jacobus Henckel

Info. from The Jarvis Family and Other Relatives: Anton (Anthony) Jacob Henckel, a Lutheran pastor from the northern region Kraichgau area east of Heidelberg, was almost fifty when he arrived in 1717. Most of his children were christened at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Daudenzell, Germany. He had been ordained in Germany and had served 25 years as a pastor with various congregations in the upper east Heidelberg. He was probably responsible for organizing the first Lutheran congregations in Pennsylvania. He lived at Falckner's Swamp in today's Montgomery Co., PA and served the German communities throughout present-day Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties. He died in a fall from horseback in August, 1728 at the age of 60. Anton Jacob and Maria Elizabeth are buried at St. Michael Evangelical Lutheran Church, Germantown, Philadelphia, PA.)


1692 Graduated from Geisen Univ., Germany

27 Dec 1668 Christening: Founder, St. Michael's Lutheran

1728 Died in fall from his horse.

Rev. Anthony Jacob Henkel, son of George, was a descendant from Dr.John Henkel, Chaplain to Queen Marie of Hungary, a friend of Erasmus, and recommended by Luther himself as "a man of great learning and piety." He was a student at Geisen University, Germany, from which he graduated in 1692. He became a minister, and, in 1717, left Germany and settled in what was known as Falckner's Swamp [now New Hanover], Montgomery Co., PA.


Exiled for conscience sake, this earnest and forceful pioneer immediately occupied himself with the establishment of Protestantism in America; founded the Lutheran Church at New Hanover, St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Germantown, PA and aided in the organization of the church in Philadelphia. After an active and useful career, Rev. Henkel died from a fall from his horse in 1728 and was buried in St. Michael's churchyard.


[attended Geissen University; ordained Lutheran Minister; immigrated to Philadelphia, PA at age 49; part of German migration encouraged by William Penn.] http://pages.prodigy.net/phillip.hinkle/_import/pages.prodigy.net/phillip.hinkle/index4.html

Anthony Jacob Henckel immigrated to the United States in 1717, and is the patriarch of the Henckel (Henkel, Hinckel, Hinkel, and now most commonly Hinkle) family in the United States. He was born in Merenberg, Germany in 1668 to Georg Henckel and Anna Eulalia (nee Dentzer) Henckel.

He graduated from Giessen University, Giessen, Germany in 1688. He was pastor of several Lutheran churches in Germany before he moved to the United States and found what is now St. Michael's Lutheran church (which is still in use) located in Germantown, Pennsylvania (now part of Philadelphia.) He and his wife ( Maria Elizabeth (nee Dentzer) Hinkle ) are buried in the cemetary on the grounds of St. Michael's.


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Photographs of Sites related to Rev. Anthony Jacob Henckel. All photographs copyright Phillip Hinkle. Contact Phillip Hinkle for usage request


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Although this site is not intended for genealogy research, below is some information provided by the Rev. A.J. Henckel National Family Association.

The Henckel Genealogy 1500 - 1960 is a 1447 page book bound in a red cover printed in 1964 and reprinted in 1994. It details the ancestoral lines of Rev. A.J. Henckel to 1960. Although now out of print, it is mentioned because a number of copies have been donated to libraries (see list below), and it is an invaluable source for those beginning work on their Hinkle, Henckel, etc. ancestory. (Called the "Big Red Book" by some, due to its size and color.)

The Dentzers of Hess is a 25 page booklet covering the maternal lines of Rev. A.J. Henckel and the paternal lines of his wife Maria Elizabeth Dentzer Henckel. It is $6.00 (U.S. postage included.)

Gems of Henckel Memorabilia is a booklet published in 1996 by the Rev. A.J. Henckel National Association. It is $6.00 (U.S. postage included.)

The Pastoral Years of Rev. Anthony Henckel by Ann Hinkle Gable is a fascinating account of the details of the ministry of Rev A.J. Henckel from his ordination in Germany through his work in Pennsylvania until his death in 1728. This 125 page hardback book is a must read for anyone planning a trip to Germany. It is $24.70 (U.S. postage included.)

To order books, send a personal check payable to Henckel Family Association to Robert Moore, Treasurer, P.O. Box 1399, New Market, VA 22844-1399. You may e-mail him with questions about the books at moorer@shentel.net


Libraries known to have had copies of the Henckel Genealogy as of 1996 are listed below. The libraries are listed in alphabetical order by state, then city. There are a variety of methods for locating libraries and contacting them. The following link is one source: Libraries on the Web


Birmingham Public Library, Birmingham, AL

Library of Congress, Washington, DC

D.A.R. Library, Washington, DC

Public Library, Pleasantville, IN

Iowa State Historical Library, Iowa City, IA

Lovely Lane Museum, Methodist Historical Society, Baltimore, MD

Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD

Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, MS

Concordia Seminary of St. Louis, MO

Davidson County Public Library, Lexington, NC

Rowan County Public Library, Salisbury, NC

Iredell County Public Library, Statesville, NC

Thomasville Public Library, Thomasville, NC

Forsyth County Public Library, Winston Salem, NC

The Genealogical Forum of Oregon, Portland, OR

Gettysburg Seminary, Gettysburg, PA

The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, PA

University of Virginia Archives, Alderman Library, VA

Alexander Mack Library, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, VA

Rockingham county Historical Society, Dayton, VA

Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

Rockingham county Library, Harrisonburg, VA

Sadie Hartzler Library, Eastern Mennonite university, Harrisonburg, VA


http://www.folklib.net/henkle/henkle_resources.shtml

Henckel/Henkle/Henkel/Hinkle, etc. On-Line Resources

Allegheny Regional Family History Library, Elkins, WV

Pendleton County, Library, Franklin, WV

Hardy County Library, Moorefield, WV


Source: http://www.matherclan.com/trees/getperson.php?personID=I10187&tree=Mather

"Rev. Anthony Jacob Henkel (known in history as Rev. Gerhart Henkel), an exiled Lutheran clergyman who came from Germany to Pennsylvania in 1717; one of the founders of his church in America, and father of a great and honorable posterity. They were Palatine Germans.

"The first Henchel to come to America was Rev Anthony Jacob Henchel. About the time of the unbearable religious persecution in Germany, William Penn had become head of a Colony in the new world, designated as Penn's Woods (Pennsylvania). He needed hard working, responsible colonists to help him develop this colony so he could meet the revenues required by the Crown (English Government). Penn, able to speak German, went to Frankfort and personally invited these persecuted Lutherans to come to his colony. Rev Henckel, pastor of the Lutherans, and in conflict with the Catholic Authorities, decided to resign and join with his neighbors in 1717 to go to the new world. Here, he resumed his pastoral duties and with his family became a leader in the religious and cultural life of the colony."

1.[S98] Henckel Family Records 1635-1939, p 142.

2.[S94] The William Largent Family, p 1-8.

3.[S95] The Henkel Memorial.


Rev. Anthony Jacob Henkel, son of George, was a descendant from Dr.John Henkel, Chaplain to Queen Marie of Hungary, a friend of Erasmus, and recommended by Luther himself as "a man of great learning and piety." He was a student at Geisen University, Germany, from which he graduated in 1692. He became a minister, and, in 1717, left Germany and settled in what was known as Falckner's Swamp [now New Hanover], Montgomery Co., PA.

Exiled for conscience sake, this earnest and forceful pioneer immediately occupied himself with the establishment of Protestantism in America; founded the Lutheran Church at New Hanover, St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Germantown, PA and aided in the organization of the church in Philadelphia. After an active and useful career, Rev. Henkel died from a fall from his horse in 1728 and was buried in St. Michael's churchyard.

[attended Geissen University; ordained Lutheran Minister; immigrated to Philadelphia, PA at age 49; part of German migration encouraged by William Penn.]


In some genealogies his name is listed as Anthonius Jacobus Henckel. He arrived in the United States in1717 and, is said, to have founded the first Lutheran congregation in Germantown. He died after falling from a horse in August 1728. He graduated Giessen University, Germany in 1692 and was a pastor in the Lutheran Church. His father, on July 25, 1650, also graduated from Giessen University followed by work as a prefector( schoolmaster).


He was born in Germany as Anthonius Jacobus Henckel, but he doubt simplified his name to Anthony Jacob, as he was referred to by that name on certain documents.

He married Maria Elisabeth Dentzer on April 25, 1692 in Daudenzell, Germany.

They had 9 children together; 6 sons, 3 daughters.


According to: "The Henckel Genealogy - Ancestry and Descendants of Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel 1668-1728 Pioneer Evangelical Lutheran Minister. Emigrant from the German Palatinate to America in 1717. Compilers: William Sumner Junkin, Minnie Wyatt Junkin. Sponsor: Burt Brown Barker, LL.D. President, Henckel Family Association Published 1964"

"Rev. Anthony and Maria Elizabeth, came to America in the fall of 1717 on one of the "three little ships" that landed at Philadelphia, with there children."


Already a minister, he left Germany for Falckner's Swamp [now New Hanover],

1692 Graduated from Geisen Univ., Germany

Montgomery Co., PA

27 Dec 1668 Christening: Founder, St. Michael's Lutheran 1728 Died in fall from his horse.


Rev. Anthony Jacob Henkel, son of George, was a descendant from Dr.John Henkel, Chaplain to Queen Marie of Hungary, a friend of Erasmus, and recommended by Luther himself as "a man of great learning and piety." He was a student at Geisen University, Germany, from which he graduated in 1692. He became a minister, and, in 1717, left Germany and settled in what was known as Falckner's Swamp [now New Hanover], Montgomery Co., PA.


Exiled for conscience sake, this earnest and forceful pioneer immediately occupied himself with the establishment of Protestantism in America; founded the Lutheran Church at New Hanover, St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Germantown, PA and aided in the organization of the church in Philadelphia. After an active and useful career, Rev. Henkel died from a fall from his horse in 1728 and was buried in St. Michael's churchyard.

[attended Geissen University; ordained Lutheran Minister; immigrated to Philadelphia, PA at age 49; part of German migration encouraged by William Penn.]


Anthony Jacob Henkel was the husband of Maria Elizabeth Dentzer Henkel and the son of Georg and Anna Eulalia Dentzer Henckel.

Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel, notable emigrant of 1717 to America, was born at Mehrenberg, Germany om 1668. Baptized December 27, 1668 in the Evangelical Lutheran Church at Mehrenberg; died August 12, 1728 near Germantown,Pa. Married April 25, 1692 at Kirchain, Germany to Maria Elizabeth Dentzer, daughter of Rev. Nicholas Dentzer, Lutheran pastor of Birkenau, Germany, who was son of Simon Dentzer of Marburg, Germany and a brother of Othmar Dentzer, maternal grandfather of Rev. Anthony Jacob Henckel. She was baptized May 26, 1672 at Birkenau, Germany; died Jan. 23, 1744 at Germantown, Pa. They were parents of 12 children. Both are buried in the same grave in the churchyard of St.Michaels Church that he founded in 1721. On June 7, 1910, under the direction of the executive officers of the Henckel Association, the grave, in a remote location, was opened and the remains were reinterred near the mail walk and directly in front of the church.

He graduated from Giessen University, Giessen, Germany in 1688 [or 1692??]. He was pastor of several Lutheran churches in Germany before he moved to the United States and found what is now St. Michael's Lutheran church (which is still in use) located in Germantown, Pennsylvania (now part of Philadelphia.) He and his wife (Maria Elizabeth (nee Dentzer) Hinkle ) are buried in the cemetery on the grounds of St. Michael's.

Anton (Anthony) Jacob Henckel, a Lutheran pastor from the northern region Kraichgau area east of Heidelberg, was almost fifty when he arrived in 1717. He had been ordained in Germany and had served 25 years as a pastor with various congregation s in the upper east Heidelberg. He was probably responsible for organizing the first Lutheran congregations in Pennsylvania. He lived at Falckner's Swamp in today's Montgomery Co., PA and served the German communities throughout present-day Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties. He died in a fall from horseback in August, 1728 at the age of 60. Anton Jacob and Maria Elizabeth are buried at St. Michael Evangelical Lutheran Church, Germantown, Philadelphia, PA.)

From "A History of Pendleton County West Virginia" by Oren F. Morton


Source: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10906527


The Henkel memorial : historical, genealogical, and biographical : a serial publication devoted to collecting and preserving the history of the Rev. Anthony Jacob Henkel (known in history as Rev. Gerhart Henkel), an exiled Lutheran clergyman who came from Germany to Pennsylvania in 1717, one of the founders of his church in America and father of a great and honorable posterity : also to collect and preserve the history of his worthy descendants https://archive.org/details/henkelmemorialhi00henk


Rev. Anthony Jacob HENKEL was baptized on 27 Oct 1668 in Mehrenburg, Germany and died on 17 Aug 1728 in Germantown, Pennsylvania. Anthonius Jacobus Henckel was part of the German migration encouraged by William Penn in an effort to get settlers for his new colony. There is speculation also that his emigration was motivated by his conflicts with the Catholic Church in Germany.

Rev. Jacob Anthony Henkel, who came to America in 1718, was a descendant of Count Henkel von Donnersmark; Rev. Jacob Anthony Henkel was instrumental in bringing to America the famous Rev. Peter Muhlenburg, who descended from the Henkel family. Rev. Peter Muhlenburg was a Major-General in the Revolutionary War, and as such gained much renown. Most every school boy knows the story of how Rev. Peter Muhlenburg, pastor of the Lutheran Church at Woodstock, Virginia, clad in his long black silk clerical gown, preached a patriotic sermon to his people, and then opening his robe, disclosed a Colonel's uniform underneath. Laying the robe aside, he said: "The time to fight has come." He enlisted over a hundred of his congregation in the service of his adopted country.

Out of love for the Henkel family, from which Peter Muhlenburg descended, he gave the robe to the student, Rev. Paul Henkel, asking that it remain in the ministerial line of the Henkel family. From Rev. Paul, the robe went to his oldest son; then to another son, Rev. Andrew Henkel; from Rev. Andrew Henkel to his nephew, Rev. Socrates Henkel, D.D., whose mother was Katherine Hoyl, dau. of "Politician Peter" Hoyl, of Lincoln County, N.C.


Count Henkel von Donnersmark was a descendant of Rev. Johann Henkel, D.D., LL. D., b. in Leutchau, Hungary, and a Protestant Chaplain appointed by the great Reformer, Martin Luther, and was sent to Queen Maria Theresa of Austria-Hungary, at her request. Maria was the mother of the beautiful, but ill-starred Maria Antoinette, who m. Louis XVI of France, and was guillotined, Oct. 16, 1793, during the French Revolution.

In his will Anthony Jacob Henckel left to his two youngest sons, John Justus and Anthony Jacob, the 250-acre home farm in New Hanover Township, then in Philadelphia County, now Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. John Justus' share was 150 acres. In about 1730, John Justus married Maria Magdalena Eschmann, daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth Eschmann of German-Swiss origin, and settled on a farm near Macungie Creek, now Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, paying taxes as late as 1748 in Pennsylvania.

By 1750 he sold his property in Pennsylvania and made the long journey down the mountain valleys from Pennsylvania into North Carolina. In 1751 he was living on Dutchman's Creek in the Fork of the Yadkin, approzimately 13 miles from Salisbury, Rowan County, now Davidson County, North Carolina. He and his family lived there until danger from Indians prompted him to move his wife and twelve children to what is now Germany Valley, Pendleton County, West Virginia. Their new land was near the Shawnee Indian Trail, so there the family built a log fort for protection in 1761-62, the site of which can still be seen today. John Justus, his sons, and his sons-in-law participated actively in the defense of the frontier during the Revolutionary War and furnished supplies for the Continental forces. The Hinkle Fort farm became the headquarters and training grounds of the North Fork Battalion.

Anton (Anthony) Jacob Henckel

Anton (Anthony) Jacob Henckel was baptized in Germany October 27, 1668, was ordained as a Lutheran pastor February 28,1692 at Eschelbron, Germany and was from the northern region Kraichgau area east of Heidelberg where he had served 25 years as a pastor with various congregations.. He gave his last service in Germany June 3, 1717 and then migrated to Philadelphia Pennsylvania. He was almost fifty when he arrived in Philadelphia. He was probably responsible for organizing the first Lutheran congregations in Pennsylvania. It is said he founded what is now St. Michael's Lutheran Church in Germantown, Pennsylvania.

St Michael's Lutheran Church is at the southeast corner of Main and Philellena streets in Germantown. It was founded in the early 1700's.. In 1746, the work of considerably enlarging the church was begun. Pews were placed in it in 1750. In 1752, a parsonage was bought. The present building is the third successive one that has occupied the site. During the Revolutionary War, the parsonage was seized by the British and the organ was destroyed. It is said the soldiers were running along the streets blowing on the pipes.

Anthony Henckel lived at Falckner's Swamp in today's Montgomery County, PA and served the German communities throughout present-day Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties. He preached occasionally at the Old Trappe Church near Valley Forge PA.

From Mr. B. Burt Bark, who was a Vice-President of the University of Washington and was also President of the Henckel Family Association.

New Information

Anthony Jacob Henckel, son of George Henckel and Eulalia Dentzer, was born and baptized in Merenberg, in Palatinate. His baptismal record, on December 27th, 1668, has been found in the church at Merenberg. George Henckel, preceptor or schoolmaster, at Merenberg, was a graduate of the University at Glessen. His wife was the daughter of an assistant judge of Steinberg, and was descended from a family prominent in Hesse-Darmstadt; her grandfather had been a pastor, and three of her brothers were pastors. The father died in 1768.

Anthony Jacob Henckel was matriculated at Giessen on May 5, 1688.

In 1692 he left the following record in his first parish: The Church book of Eschelbronn.

His Highness, the nobly born Baron John Anton of the Feltz, together with his brother, Herr Philipp, has called me, Anthony Jacob Henckel, of Merenberg in Nassau, after the death of my predecessor, to the regular pastorate of Eschelbronn, and I was ordained here on the 28th of February by Herr John Christopher Wildius, Pastor of Hoffheim, after having been examined at Giessen University, and having the testimony thereof."

He served here until 1695; then at Daudenzell and Breitenbronn until 1714. The former of these places was in Darmstadt, the latter in the Palatinate. In 1714 he returned to Moenchzell, which had been a "filial" of his first pastorate. He came to America in 1717 with his entire family; and bought a farm at New Hanover, living there until his death in 1728.

Pastor Henckel’s ministry in America was far-reaching rather than intensive. He seems to have served the scattered Lutherans in many places, as occasion arose, but without leaving definite record of this service in the scattered congregations. There is a tradition that his authority, as a foreigner, to perform the marriage ceremony, was questioned and that he was put in jail in Philadelphia, pending decision; the family tells of silverware given as bail for him. The question was submitted by the Colonial Council, but there is no record of any decision returned. His ministry in Germantown is definite enough that we may say that he undoubtedly the first pastor of the congregation here. He died in the home of one of the members, in Springfield, on August 12, 1728, following a fall from his horse while traveling between Germantown and his home at New Hanover. Two of the witnesses to his will appear in the very earliest documents of the congregation as members of the Church Council; and we surmise that they were already members of such a body in 1728.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wvpioneers/hinkle.html

Anthony Jacob Henkel was the husband of Maria Elizabeth Dentzer Henkel and the son of Georg and Anna Eulalia Dentzer Henckel.

Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel, notable emigrant of 1717 to America, was born at Mehrenberg, Germany om 1668. Baptized December 27, 1668 in the Evangelical Lutheran Church at Mehrenberg; died August 12, 1728 near Germantown,Pa. Married April 25, 1692 at Kirchain, Germany to Maria Elizabeth Dentzer, daughter of Rev. Nicholas Dentzer, Lutheran pastor of Birkenau, Germany, who was son of Simon Dentzer of Marburg, Germany and a brother of Othmar Dentzer, maternal grandfather of Rev. Anthony Jacob Henckel. She was baptized May 26, 1672 at Birkenau, Germany; died Jan. 23, 1744 at Germantown, Pa. They were parents of 12 children. Both are buried in the same grave in the churchyard of St.Michaels Church that he founded in 1721. On June 7, 1910, under the direction of the executive officers of the Henckel Association, the grave, in a remote location, was opened and the remains were reinterred near the mail walk and directly in front of the church.

He graduated from Giessen University, Giessen, Germany in 1688 [or 1692??]. He was pastor of several Lutheran churches in Germany before he moved to the United States and found what is now St. Michael's Lutheran church (which is still in use) located in Germantown, Pennsylvania (now part of Philadelphia.) He and his wife (Maria Elizabeth (nee Dentzer) Hinkle ) are buried in the cemetery on the grounds of St. Michael's.

Anton (Anthony) Jacob Henckel, a Lutheran pastor from the northern region Kraichgau area east of Heidelberg, was almost fifty when he arrived in 1717. He had been ordained in Germany and had served 25 years as a pastor with various congregation s in the upper east Heidelberg. He was probably responsible for organizing the first Lutheran congregations in Pennsylvania. He lived at Falckner's Swamp in today's Montgomery Co., PA and served the German communities throughout present-day Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties. He died in a fall from horseback in August, 1728 at the age of 60. Anton Jacob and Maria Elizabeth are buried at St. Michael Evangelical Lutheran Church, Germantown, Philadelphia, PA.)

From "A History of Pendleton County West Virginia" by Oren F. Morton

Family Members Parents Georg Henckel 1635–1678 Anna Eulalia Dentzer Henckel 1640–1700

Spouse Maria Elizabeth Dentzer Henkel* 1671–1741 Children

Johann Nickolas Henckel* 1692–1693 Johanna Fredericka Henckel Geiger* 1694–1739 Johann Melchoir Henckel* 1695–1706 Johann Gerhardt Anthony Henkel* 1697–1736 Maria Elizabeth Henckel Kuhn* 1699–1746 Georg Rudolphus Henckel* 1701–1778 Anna Maria Christina Henckel* 1703–1708 John Justus Hinckel* 1706–1778 Benigna Marie Henckel* 1707–1708 Anthony Jacob Henkel* 1709–1751 Maria Catherine Henckel Apfel* 1711–1785 Johann Phillip Henckel* 1713 – unknown

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without the right to do so since he was still considered an alien. In W atson's Annals of Philadelphia, 1905, Vol 1 pg 98 "A question was suggested and argued in the Assembly whether a clergyma n, being an alien, could lawfully marry any person within the Provice. I t was not decided. Anthony Jacob Hinkle, ordered by the Assembly to be t aken to the County Jail by the Sheriff and there detained during their p leasure."

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1668
October 27, 1668
Mehrenberg, Grafschaft Nassau-Saarbrücken, Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation
October 27, 1668
October 27, 1668
Mehrenberg, Hessen-Nassau, Preußen, Germany
October 27, 1668
Mehrenberg,Germany
December 27, 1668
Mehrenberg, Hessen-Nassau, Prussia
December 27, 1668
Mehrenberg,Hessen-Nassau,Prussia
December 27, 1668
Mehrenberg, Hessen-Nassau, Prussia, Germany
December 27, 1668
Mehrenberg, Bodenseekreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1692
February 28, 1692
Age 23
Eschelbronn, Rhein-Neckar-Kreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany