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    Johannes Klinger, ID0436
Christina Elizabeth Fuss
,
ID0437
Margarita Unknown,
ID6203

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Parents - Johannes Johann Wilhelm Klinger and Catharina Heist    - MRM Page -
Parents - Christina Nicolaus Fuss    - MRM Page -
Parents - Margarita  
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Johannes and Christina
Johannes & Margurita
 

Timeline

   
2 Feb 1727/28 Johannes Born - Pfaffen-beerfurth, Hessen, Germany - S1, S6,
About 1730 Christina born - Shippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania - S6,
Abt 1737 Margurita born -
1749 Johannes Immigrated to Pennsylvania from Germany  S2, S3, S4, S6, S8, S9, N1,
   
25 Oct 1753 Johannes and Christina Married - New Hanover, Montgomery, Pennsylvania S6,
10 Nov 1753 Son Philip Klinger ID0420  Born, Chester Springs, Chester County, Pennsylvania to 10 April 1841, Preble County, Ohio S6,
6 Mar 1755 Daughter Elizabetha Klinger, ID6204 born Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
26 Apr 1756 Son Andreas Klinger, ID6205 born - Berks County, Pennsylvania
10 May 1756 Daughter Elizabetha Klinger, ID6204 Dies -
Son Andreas Klinger, ID6205 Dies -
1760 Daughter Elizabetha Klinger ID2272 Born , Chester County Pennsylvania S6,
1762 Daughter Catharine Klinger ID2273 Born, Chester County, Pennsylvania S6,
1762/1763 Daughter Dorothy Klinger ID2274 Born, Chester County, Pennsylvania S6,
25 Jan 1762  Christina Dies - Chester County, Pennsylvania  S1, S6, N1,   -
Burial
:   East Vincent Church Cemetery  S6, N1, Find a Grave Memorial
abt 1767 Johannes and Margurita Married -
29 Feb 1768 Son John Klinger ID2275  Born, Chester County, Pennsylvania S6,
  Son Jakob Klinger, ID2266 born -
  Daughter Madgalena Klinger, ID2267 born -
  Son Peter Klinger, ID2268 born -
  Daughter Margaret Klinger, ID2269 born -
  Daughter Sarah Klinger, ID2270 born -
  Daughter Mary Klinger, ID2271 born -
3 Oct 1784 Margurita Dies - Chester County, Pennsylvania
Burial East Vincent Church Cemetery Find a Grave Memorial -
12 Oct 1784 Johannes Dies - Chester County, Pennsylvania  S1, S6, N1,  -
Burial
:   East Vincent Church Cemetery  S6, N1, Find a Grave Memorial
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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Children
Johannes and Christina Johannes and Margarita
Philip Klinger ID0420 - MRM Page - John Clinger ID2275 (1768-1851)  - MRM Page -
 Elizabetha Klinger, ID6204 (6 Mar 1755-10 May 1756) - MRM Page - Jakob Klinger ID2266 - MRM Page -
 Andreas Klinger, ID6205 (26 Apr 1756-10 May 1756) - MRM Page - Madgalena Klinger ID2267  - MRM Page -
Elizabetha Klinger ID2272 - MRM Page - Peter Klinger ID2268 - MRM Page -
Catherine Klinger ID2273 - MRM Page - Margaret Klinger ID2269 - MRM Page -
Dorothy Klinger ID2274 - MRM Page - Sarah Klinger ID2270 - MRM Page -
  Mary Klinger ID2271 - MRM Page -
   
Descendants from Johannes and Christina to RobbHaas:

Philip Klinger
, ID0420 (1753-1841)
   -  Anna Ickes, DI0421
   -  Michael Klinger, ID0416

Michael Klinger, ID0416 (1797-1876)
   -  Hannah Weidner, ID0417
   -  Samuel Klinger, ID0414

Samuel Klinger, ID0414 (1836-1913)
   - Eliza Ann Piles, ID0415
   -  Mattie Jane Klinger, ID0387

Mattie Jane Klinger, ID0387 (1879-1910)
   -  William Alfred Worthen, ID0386
   -  Mabel Marie Worthen, ID0378

Mabel Marie Worthen, ID0378 (1899-1978)
   -  August Haas, ID0377
   -  Norma Louise Haas, ID0006

Norma Louise Haas, ID0006 (1919-2004)
   -  Walter C. Robbins, ID0005
   -  RobbHaas
Descendants from Johannes and Margarita to ID6174:

John Clinger
ID2275 (1768-1851)  - MRM Page -
   -  Catherine Sloyer
   -  Samuel Clinger, ID6200

Samuel Clinger, ID6200 1812-1890) - MRM Page -
   -  Sarah Catherine Unknown, ID6201
   -  James Russell Clinger, ID6190

James Russell Clinger, ID6190 (1849-1930) - MRM Page -
    -  Sarah Elizabeth Clemmons, ID6191
    -  Archie VanDyke Clinger, ID6187

Archie VanDyke Clinger, ID6187 (1877-1954) - MRM Page -
     -  Gertrude Catherine Snook, ID6189
     -  Herbert Leroy Clinger, ID6185

Herbert Leroy Clinger, ID6185 (1914-1964) - MRM Page -
       -  Nita Hope Wilrose Minehart, ID6186
       -  Living, ID6174
   
   

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Sources
 

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S1 Marjorie Haas ID0381 and Wilma Haas ID0379  
S2 Book, Strassburger, Ralph Beaver. Pennsylvania German pioneers : a publication of the original lists of arrivals in the port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Genealogical Pub. Co., 1966, Vol 1, p. 395. Bk2952 - Repository:  Ancestry.com

Selected Pages, Vol. 1:  Doc0194.pdf
Page 394
"[List 127 C] At the Courthouse at Philadelphia, Saturday, 2d Sept. 1749./ Present:  Thomas Graeme/ Wm. Allen Esquires. 
The Foreigners whose Names are underwritten, imported in the Ship Albany, Robert Brown, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Cowes in England, did this day take the usual Oaths to the Government.  By the List 108.  Number of Souls 285, from Erpacht (Erbach] and Wirtemberg."
Johannes Schimpf (Col. 1, #2)
Page 395
Hans Jerg Fischer  (Col. 1, #23)
Johanes (O) Klinger  (Col. 2, #35)
Page 396:
Alexander Klinger  (Col. 1, #4)
 
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Vol. 2

Doc0194.pdf

S3 Database On-line, "Pennsylvania Foreign Oaths of Allegiance".  www.ancestry.com

Original data: Egle, William Henry. Names of foreigners who took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, Harrisburg, PA, USA: E.K. Meyers, 1892.  Bk3318.

Extract from DB:  Name: Johannes Klinger, Ship: ALBANY Captain: ROBERT BROWN Place: ROTTERDAM Date: SEPT. 2, 1749 - Name: Alexander Klinger, Ship: ALBANY Captain: ROBERT BROWN Place: ROTTERDAM Date: SEPT. 2, 1749 [Cousin of Johannes, I think]

Extract from Book:
Page 280
:  "List of Foreigners Imported in the Ship Albany, Robert Brown, Master, from Rotterdam.  Qualified Sept. 2, 1749."
- Johannes Schimpf (Col. 2, Top)
Page 281
-  Alexander Klinger [first column 5th from bottom] - [cousin to Johannes I think]
-  Johannes Klinger [9th from bottom]

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Page 280

Page 281

S4 Database On-line, "Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776".  www.ancestry.com

Original data: Daniel Rupp. A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776. Philadelphia: Leary, Stuart & Co, 1898. Bk3394

Extract from DB:  "Johannes Klinger, name written by clerk" - Also listed: "Alexander Klinger", [cousin of Johannes, I think]

Extract from Book:
Page 193:
126) Sept 2, 1749. Wirtembergers from Erbach, - ship Albany, Robert Brown, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes. - 285 passengers (German below)
Page 194:
Johannes Schinf (Col. 1, Top)
Johannes Klinger (Col. 2, #9)
Alexander Klinger (Col. 2, #16)
J. George Folk (Col. 2, #12)

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Page 194

S5    
S6 Family Tree, Online , A compilation of data from several online trees. Johannes Klinger [ID0436]. Acc000917. N1, Doc0043.pdf
Doc0738.pdf
S7    
S8 Email, from Nancy Hallberg, ndw1@psu.edu to RobbHaas. 30 Apr 2007. Original Data: Strassburger, Ralph Beaver. Pennsylvania German pioneers : a publication of the original lists of arrivals in the port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Genealogical Pub. Co., 1966, Vol 1, p. 395

Extract
Pa German Pioneers is the ships lists from the port of Philadelphia.
No other information besides a name and the fact that they are over
16 is available for the immigrants.

Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Volume 1, p. 395.
:The foreigners whose names are underwritten, imported in the ship Albany, Robert Brown, Master, from Rotterdam, bur last from Cowes in England, did this day take the usual oaths to the government. By the list 108. Number of Souls 285, from Erbach and Wirtemburg."

Johannes (O) Klinger

A few notes women and children took no oaths so their names weren't recorded that's why there's a list of 108 for a ship that held 285 people. Rotterdam simply means more of the ships registry (where they started). This ship sailed down the Rhine picking up passengers in Erbach and Wurttemburg. Cowes, England was where it last stopped for provisions before actually putting to sea. The "O" is parentheses above is how Johannes actually signed, those who could not write usually used an X, but O's also appear on the oaths fairly regularly.

 
S9 Book:  Klinger, Max E. The Descendants of Johann Peter Klinger and Catharina Steinbruch. Sunbury Press, Inc., 2005. Bk3758

Page 7:  "Between 1749 and 1751, three Klinger brothers and a cousin (Johannes)[1] emigrated, with their families, to Pennsylvania from Pfaffen-Beerfurth, Germany.. Alexander Klinger and his wife Elizabeth, along with a number of relatives, arrived in Philadelphia on September 2, 1749 aboard the "Albany."  He settled near Reading, PA, where he was later joined by his brother Johann Philip Klinger ("Philip")."

[1]  My emphasis

 
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Notes
N1 Johannes Klinger [ID0436]
Birth: 9 FEB 1727/28 in Pfaffen-Beerfurth, Oldenwald, Germany
Immigration: 1749 Ship ALBANY from Rotterdam
Marriage: Christina Elizabeth (Margaretha) Foose, (Fuss) [ID0437] - 20 SEP 1753 in Trappe Lutheran, Montgomery Co., PA
Death: 3 Oct 1784 in Pikeland Twp., Chester Co., PA
Burial: 1784 Vincent Reformed Church, Chester Co. PA

Parents:
Father: Johann Wilhelm Klinger b 19 Jul 1699 - Kirch-Beerfurth, Germany
Mother: Anna Catharine Heist - b 1 Apr 1708 - Pfaffen-Beerfurth, Oldenwald, Germany

Christina Elizabeth (Margaretha) Fuss ID0437
Born: 1730 in Shippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Died: 1793 in Pikeland Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania

Children
Philip Klinger ID0420 - born 10 Nov 1754 - Pikeland Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania
John Klinger ID2275 29 Feb 1768 in Pikeland Township. Chester County, Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Klinger - ID2272 - 1760 in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Catherine Klinger - IDID2273 - Bef 1762 in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Dorothy Klinger - ID2274 -1763 in Chester County, Pennsylvania


Johannes Klinger came to America on the ship Albany 2/9/1749 with
cousin Alexander Klinger (cousin through mothers Agatha and Anna
Catharine Heist); married Christina Fuss on 20/9/1753, daughter of
Nicolaus Fuss. Johanne's father died when he was eight months old
(Johann William) and his mother married Johann Jakob Gaertner.
Johannes left with his cousin Alexander Klinger from Wuertenberg,
Erbach, Germany to Rotterdam, Holland, and Cowes, England, and landed
at Philadelphia, according to Pennsylvania German Pioneers. He
settled near Yellow Springs, now Chester Springs, Pikeland Township,
Chester County. [Original Source: Klinger, Mary. The Klingers: From the Odenwald, Hesse, Germany, ca 1610-1989. Sacramento, Pennsylvania : M. Klinger, c1989. Bk2974, pg 10, 11.]

Johannes is buried with his wife, Margretha in the same grave at Vincent Reformed Church, both were of Lutheran faith....[Original Source: Fluck, Jonathan Lewis. A history of the Reformed churches in Chester County. Herald Printing and Binding Rooms, 1892 - Bk3319. Bk3319, pg 122.]

 

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