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Parents - Philip Johannes Klinger and Christina Elizabeth Fuss    - MRM Page -
Parents - Anna Georg (Henry) Ickes and Anna Elizabeth Wagnerin    - MRM Page -
   
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10 Nov 1753 Philip Born in Chester Springs, Chester County, Pennsylvania to  (Foos, Fusz)  S1, S2, S3, S4,
1776 Philip Residence - Yellow Springs, Chester County, Pennsylvania - Pension App, page 5,
26 Jun 1759 Anna Born in Hanover, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania to   S1, S3, S4,
29 July 1759 Anna baptized - St Mathew's Lutheran in Hanover - S4,
abt 1779 Philip & Anna Married - Pennsylvania  S1, S3, S4,
26 March 1780 Son John D Klinger ID1287 born -
1 Aug 1782 Son Jacob Klinger ID1288 born -
20 Jul 1784 Son John Henry Klinger ID1289 born -
11 Nov 1785 Son Philip Klinger ID1290 born -
13 Sept 1787 Son George Klinger ID1291 born -
26 Oct 1789 Son Samuel Klinger ID1292 born -
1790 1790 U.S. Census ?? - Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania  S11,
12 Jul 1791 Son Jesse Klinger ID1293 born - Yellow Springs, Chester County, Pennsylvania -
13 Apr 1793 Son William Klinger ID1294 born -
20 Jun 1795 Son Peter Ecos Klinger ID1295 born - Cumberland County, Pennsylvania
21 March 1797 Son Michael Klinger ID0416 born - Chester County, Pennsylvania
1800 1800 U. S. Census ?? - Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania  S12,
4 July 1803 Son Isaac Klinger ID1297 born -
1810 Residence, Family:  Montgomery County, Ohio  S5,
1810 Residence, Family:  Juniata Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania  S9, N5,
1820 Residence, Family:  Twin Township, Preble County, Ohio - S10, N6,
1831-1841 Listed as a Revolutionary War Pensioner in the State of Ohio  S6,
21 Sept 1832 - Residence:  Preble County, Ohio - Pension Application, page 3
- Applied for Revolutionary War Pension - Pension Application
March 1834 Was collecting $40 every 6 months from his Revolutionary War pension  Pension, page 2
Aug 1835 Son Jesse Klinger ID1293 dies - Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
1837 OR 2 Oct 1840 Anna dies - Preble County, Ohio  S4, S7, S8,
10 Apr 1841 Philip dies - Preble County, Ohio S1, S3, S4,    Buried:  Ohio  S1,
1863 Son William Klinger ID1294 dies -
1868 Son Peter Ecos Klinger ID1295 dies -
12 Dec 1876 Son Michael Klinger ID0416 dies - West Alexandria, Preble County, Ohio
   
   

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Children
Michael Klinger ID0416 -  MRM Page
Nicholas Klinger ID1296 - MRM Page
John D Klinger ID1287 - MRM Page
Jacob Klinger ID1288 - MRM Page
John Henry Klinger ID1289 - MRM Page
Philip Klinger ID1290 - MRM Page
George Klinger ID1291 - MRM Page
Samuel Klinger ID1292 - MRM Page
Jesse Klinger ID1293 - MRM Page
William Klinger ID1294 - MRM Page
Peter Ecos Klinger ID1295 - MRM Page
Isaac Klinger ID1297 - MRM Page
 

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S1 BookThe Official roster of the soldiers of the American Revolution buried in the state of Ohio. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Adjutant General's Dept, F J Heer Printing Co, 1929, 3 vol. www.ancestry.com , Vol. 1, page 217.  Bk2969/Doc0755.pdf

Extract:  "Klinger, Philip, (Preble Co.) --On pens roll 1832 of Preble Co, O. Service 1775 in Capt Griffin's Company, also 1776 in Capt Jacob Hetterling's Company. Was in battle of Princeton. Was wounded. br 1754 in Chester Co, Pa. Mar Barbara (br1759) 1779. D in Ohio. Ref: Natl No 73377, Vol 74, p 142, D.A.R. Lin"
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S2 Revolutionary War Pension Application, Philip Klinger, 21 Sept 1832. NARA Series M805 Roll 502 Images 396- File S.8.798 7 pages. www.heritagequest.com , accessed 17 Nov 2006. Acc000685/Doc1429.pdf Doc1429.pdf
S3 Book, A Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution: Commemoration of the United States of America bicentennial, July 4, 1976. Evansville, Ind., Unigraphic, 1976. page 192. Bk2959.   Repository:  Ancestry.com
Extract:  KLINGER, PHILIP, b. 10 Nov. 1753, Chester Co., Pa., d. 1841, Preble, Ohio, m. Pa., Barbara Ecos, b. 26 June 1759, d. 1837. SERVICE: In 1775 served as Private under Captain Griffin and Colonel Wayne; Aug. 1776 under Captain Jacob Hetheilin and Colonel Wayne; "Flying Camp", Middle of Oct. 1776 to Mar. 1777 to 1781 or 1782 under Captain Caleb Smith and Captain Wm. North; drove a wagon for General Geo. Clark; sustained gunshot wound of right shoulder at Battle of Princeton. Received Pension for service to his country during the American Revolution. CHILDREN: John, b. 26 Mar. 1780; Jacob, b. 1 Aug. 1782; Henry, b. 20 July 1784, m. Polly ---; Philip, b 11 Nov. 1785; George, b. 13 Sept. 1787; Samuel, b. 26 Oct. 1789; Jesse, b. 12 July 1791, m. Elizabeth Cassel; William, b. 13 Apr. 1793; Peter C., b. 20 June 1795, m. Catherine Cassel; Michael, b. 31 Mar. 1799, m. Catherine ---; Nicholas; Isaac, b 4 July 1803, m Sarah Cassel. DESCENDANT: Charles, Belle Klinger (Mrs. Geo.), No. 111703.
 
S4 Book, Nancy Klinger Hawtrey, The Search for Barbara Ecos (1759-1840): Wife of Philip Klinger, the Revolutionary War Soldier and the Mother of Twelve Sons (Bryan, Texas, USA: Self-Published, Dec 1997), Bk2924, Page 6, 7.  Doc1108.pdf

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S5 Book, Graham, A A. History of Preble County, Ohio, 1881. Cleveland, Ohio: H Z Williams & Bro, page 321. Bk2970.   
S6 Database On-line, U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872. Ohio, Philip Klinger, page 301. Original data: Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U.S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, 1818-1872; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T718, 23 rolls); Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, Record Group 217; National Archives, Washington, D.C. www.ancestry.com , accessed 27 Dec 2009.  Acc001487
Extract:
Name: Philip Klinger - Rank: Private - Monthly Allowance: 40 . . - Commencement: unreadable
1831: March, 0 - September, 2
1832: March, 2 - September, 2
1833: March, 2 - September, 2
1834: March, 2 - September, ?
1835: March, 1 - September, 3
1836: March, 3 - September, 3
1837: March, 1 - September, 3
1838: March, 1 - September, 3
1839: March, 1 - September, ?
1840: March, 1 - September, -6 ??
1841: March, 2 -
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S7 Book, A Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution: Commemoration of the United States of America bicentennial, July 4, 1976. Evansville, Ind., Unigraphic, 1976. page 192. Bk2959.  Repository:  Ancestry.com 
Extract:  KLINGER, PHILIP, b. 10 Nov. 1753, Chester Co., Pa., d. 1841, Preble, Ohio, m. Pa., Barbara Ecos [Ickes], b. 26 June 1759, d. 1837. SERVICE: In 1775 served as Private under Captain Griffin and Colonel Wayne; Aug. 1776 under Captain Jacob Hatheilin and Colonel Wayne; "Flying Camp", Middle of Oct. 1776 to Mar. 1777 to 1781 or 1782 under Captain Caleb Smith and Captain Wm. North; drove a wagon for Generol Geo. Clark; sustained gunshot wound of right shoulder at Battle of Princeton. Received Pension for service to his country during the American Revolution. CHILDREN: John, b. 26 Mar. 1780; Jacob, b. 1 Aug. 1782; Henry, b. 20 July 1784, m. Polly ---; Philip, b 11 Nov. 1785; George, b. 13 Sept. 1787; Samuel, b. 26 Oct. 1789; Jesse, b. 12 July 1791, m. Elizabeth Cassel; William, b. 13 Apr. 1793; Peter C., b. 20 June 1795, m. Catherine Cassel; Michael, b. 31 Mar. 1799, m. Catherine ---; Nicholas; Isaac, b 4 July 1803, m Sarah Cassel. DESCENDANT: Charles, Belle Klinger (Mrs. Geo.), No. 111703.
 
S8 Database On-line, Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols). Original Data: DAR, Lineage Books of the Charter Members of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Vol 1-152. www.ancesry.com . Acc000729.
Extract:
Vol 74, page 143 - "Barbara (b. 1759), his wife, m. 1779"
Vol 81, page 267 - "Barbara Ecos [Ickes] (1759-1837) his wife"
Vol 106, page 169 - "Philip Klinger m. Barbara Ecos [Ickes] (1759-1837)"
Vol 112, page 232 - "Philip Klinger m Barbara Ecos [Ickes] (1759-1837)"
 
S9 1810 Federal Census, Juniata Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Philip Klinger. Original Data: NARA, M252. www.ancestry.com .
Acc001393. 
Extract:  Philip Klinger head of household. Males: Under 10: 1 - 10-15: 2 - 16-25: 3 - 45 and over: 1 Females: 45 and over: 1
 
S10 1820 Federal Census, Twin Township, Preble County, Ohio. Philip Klinger. Original Data: NARA, M33, roll 95, page 102, image 111. www.ancestry.com . Acc001394. N6,
Extract:
Line 10: John Clinger: Males: under 10: 4 - 10-16: 2 - 40 and over: 1 - Females: 10 & under: 1 - 26 & under: 1 - Number of persons engaged in agriculture: 3 -
Line 11: George Clinger: Males: under 10: 1 - 26 & under: 1 - Females: under 10: 1 - 16-16: 1 - Number of persons engaged in agriculture: 1 - Line 12: William Clinger: Males: 26 & under: 1 - Females: under 10: 2 - 26 & under: 1 - Number of persons engaged in agriculture: 1 - [9 rows down] -
Line 22: Philip Clinger: Males: 16-18: 1 - 16-26: 2 - 45 & over: 1 - Females: 45 & over: 1 - number of persons engaged in agriculture: 2 -
Line 23: Peter Clinger: Males: under 10: 1 - 16-26: 1 - Females: 16-26: 1 - number of persons engaged in agriculture: 1)

John Clinger (Klinger) ID1289
George Clinger (Klinger) ID1291
William Clinger (Klinger) ID1294
Philip Clinger (Klinger) ID0420
Peter Clinger (Klinger) ID1295
 
S11 1790 U.S. Census: Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Line 15, Philip Klinger. Original Data: NARA, M637_8; Page 2; Image 17 Family History Library Film 0568148. www.ancestry.com , accessed 15 Jan 2012. Acc002035/Ph9325.jpg

Extract:
Philip Klinger - head of household
Males 16 and over: 1
Males under 16: 1
Females: 2
Slaves: 0

 
S12 1800 U.S. Census: Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Line 14, Philip Klinger. Original Data: NARA, M32, Roll 35, Page 653, Image 239; Family History Library Film: 363338. www.ancestry.com , accessed 15 Jan 2012. Acc002036/Ph9326.jpg

Extract:
Philip Klinger - Head of household
Males under 10: 4
Males 10-15: 2
Males 16-25: 1
Males 26-44: 1
Males 45 and over: 1
Females under 10: 3
Females 10-15: 1
Females 16-25: 1
Females 26-44: 1
Females 45 and over: 1
Other free persons:
Slaves:

 
S13 Land Record. Land Patent, Philip Klinger, Ohio, 80 Acres. Bureau of Land Management Serial# OH0760_272., Certificate# 2296. www.gloreocrds.blm.gov/patentSearch   Acc000930

Note: Not sure this is the correct Philip Klinger --

Extract: Name: Philip Klinger - Land Office: Delaware - Document Number: 2296 - Total Acres: 80 - Signature: Yes - Canceled Document: No - Issue Date: April 14, 1824 - Metes and Bounds: No - Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 - Multiple Warrantee Names: No - Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 - Multiple Patentee Names: No - Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries.

Land Patent Description: Dropbox/Documents/Doc0217.pdf

.pdf of Land Patent Image: Genealogy/Documents 500-999/Doc0739.pdf

Transcript of Land Patent: Google Docs: My Dropbox/Documents/Doc0218.pdf

 
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