Born: 29 AUG 1756
Birth 16 Jan 1763
Elizabeth Truckenmiller 1783 – 1858 m. Johan George Stahlnecker
Solomon Truckenmiller 1785 – 1857 m. Eva Maria Schwartz
Anna Marie Truckenmiller 1787 – 1873 m. John Hittle
Jacob K. Truckenmiller 1790 – 1880 m. Sarah Egner
Magdalena Mary Truckenmiller 1793 – 1861 m. John Seibert
Christiana Truckenmiller 1795 – 1883 m. Jacob Dieffenderfer
Nancy Truckenmiller 1797 – 1874 m. John Derr
Susannah Truckenmiller 1799 – 1865 m. Daniel Hill
Samuel Truckenmiller 1803 – 1883 m. Sarah Leinbach
George Truckenmiller 1809 – 1892
Name: Jacob Truckenmiller
Town or Ward: Easton
Archive Rollname: 331
George is Jacob's brother
Solomon Truckenmiller, son of Jacob, was born June 11, 1785, and lived in Delaware township, Northumberland county, near McEwensville, where he had a farm of 120 acres, this property remaining in the family name until 1903. He died on that place Nov. 7, 1857. Mr. Truckenmiller was a Lutheran in religious faith, a member of the church at McEwensville, which he served in official capacities for many years. He was a tall man, of medium build, and light complexion. His wife, Eve, died Sept. 21, 1864, aged eighty years, seven months, twenty-seven days. Their children were as follows: Edmund, Charles and Solomon are all mentioned below; Mary (Polly) married John Clapp and they lived in Lewis township, Northumberland county; Susan died Dec. 25, 1895, aged seventy-three years, six months, fifteen days, unmarried; Rebecca died July 7, 1886, aged sixty years, three months, eleven days, unmarried; Sarah married Jonathan Strause and lived in Montour county; Elizabeth married David Dieffenbacher and lived in Delaware township. - Floyds History
Name: Jacob Truckenmiller
Residence Year: 1786
Residence Place: Upper Milford, Northampton, Pennsylvania, USA
1804 - Daughter Elizabeth marries George Stahlnecker
"I will assume that Elizabeth & George where married in Upper Milford Twp, Northampton Co, PA as her Truckenmiller family lived on their Grist Mill in Upper Mioford near the Berks County Line. Jacob & Maria (Kerchner) Truckenmiller came to Delaware Twp, Northumberland Co, PA from Upper Milford Twp, Northamption County, PA in May of 1811 & two years later Elizabeth & George followed her parents to McEwensville, PA. They had just settled down in May 1813 and her husband George Stahlnecker died before June 26, 1813. She was left to raised her 4 children by herself, I suspect she had her daughter Elizabeth after her husbands death. I'm sure it wasn't easy for Elizabeth to raise her family of 4 in early 1800's, but with the help of her parents, her sisters, Magdalena Seibert, Christina Dieffenderfer, Nancy Derr & Susan Hill & her 4 brothers Solomon, Samuel, Jacob & young George, she managed. Unfortunately her sister Anna Maria Hittle was living in Montgomery County at that time and was not able to help. When George Stahlnecker died 1813 he left everything in the estate to his two sons Samuel & David and nothing for his girls so when Elizabeth died she left everything to her two daughters Mary & Elizabeth. I can just image their mode of travel in 1811 & 1813, did they go by rivers and streams, Wagon trains wheren't an option but possibly a wagon stuffed with all their belongs. Was it pulled by Oxen or by a cow or one horse? You Ask what is a Grist Mill -- I was told it's where you grinded the Grain Dry, But we know the Little Truckenmiller Grist Mill near McEwensville has a beautiful little stream going right thru it. *Tidbit: Upper Milford Twp, is now in Lehigh County, formerly in Northampton County, PA & before that Bucks County, PA." - Patsy Hittle Gore
Around this same time, their son Solomon Married Eva Mary Schwartz
1810 United States Federal Census about Jas Trukemiller
Home in 1810 (City, County, State):Upper Milford, Northampton, Pennsylvania
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10:2 Samuel & George
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15:2 Unknown & Unknown
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25:2 Solomon & Jacob Jr
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 :1 Unknown
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over:1 Jacob Himself
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15:3 Christina, Nancy, Susanna
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25:3 Magdalena Mary, Anna Maria, Unknown
Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44:1 Elizabeth? Check when she got married
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over :1 Anna Maria, Wife of Jacob
Number of Household Members Under 16:7
Number of Household Members Over 25:4
Number of Household Members:16
I'm fairly certain, based on this, that this is the correct Jacob - but it does leave:
Two unknown males between 10 & 15, 1 unknown male between 26 & 44, and one unknown female beween 16 & 25
Those unknowns could likely be servants, farm hands, or possibly one of Jacobs children is married and their spouse lives here as well...
Q:341 Rec 29 Apr 1811: Jacob TRUCKENMILLER purchased mill from David Hunter & his wife Issabella 25 Apr 1811, both of Turbot Twp. Land situated on Warrior Run in Turbot Twp. Land recovered in Court of Commons by Alexander Stephan 03 Jan 1797, a parcel of 300+ acres, land formerly owned by Wm. Shae, Evan Rive Evans? Book K p.319 : 06 Apr /30 Jan 1805? Judgement was not settle the Shireff sold to David Hants Deed Book N:239 Evan Rice Evans & David Watts 08 June 1810, granted to David Hunter Book Q:140 Jacob TRUCKENMILLER paid $11054.50. Land by Evan R. Evans & David Watts, John Quigly, David W. Knight, Hezehial Morris, Henry Thunchweiler, John Cathcarts, Containing 239 Acres 145 perches. Witness" Isaac Vincent & David Rittenhouse. Northumberland County, Pa.
Around 1820 son Jacob, who worked in the mill with his father, married Sarah Egner
Jacob, born March 22, 1790, who died April 15, 1880 (his wife, Sarah, died Oct. 3, 1873, aged seventy-six years, one month, fifteen days) - Floyds History
Jacob K. TRUCKENMILLER born 22 Mar 1790 Upper Milford Twp, Northampton Co, PA died April 15, 1880 Delaware Twp, Northumberland Co, PA s/o Jacob Truckenmiller (1759-1823) & Anna Maria Kerchner (1763-1843) m: Sarah EGNER b: 08 Aug 1797 PA d: 03 Oct 1873 Delaware Twp, Northumberland Co, PA. both buried at Union cemetery, Delaware Twp, Northumberland Co, PA. Jacob and his family lived for awhile in Lycoming Co., PA, Union Co., PA & Delaware Twp, Northumberland Co., PA. Jacob was also a Miller by Trade as well as farmer & laborer. *9 Children: 1) Matilda E. Truckenmiller (1821-1911 NE) m: 13 Nov 1862 Daniel C. HUFFMAN (1816-1901 NE); 2) Eliza Reyman (1822-1911); 3) Mary Anna Truckenmiller d: 5 Sept 1836; 4) Jacob E. Truckenmiller d: 15 Dec 1862 at Fredericksburg, VA civil War Co. B 131st. m: Lucy Ann (1830 -aft 1870) (5 Children: Charles, William, Franklin, Sarah M., Fanny N.); 5) William Truckenmiller (1829-1833); 6) Rev. David S. TRUCKENMILLER (1832-1877 OH) m: 15 Mar 1859 Mary Emma Burman (1838-1923 OH), (3 Children: Oscar C., Harry J, & Charlotte 'Lottie' Lee); 7) Jane R. Truckenmiller (1834-1923 NE) m: 3 Oct 1861 William Huntington (1823-1888 NE) (7 Children: Nora T. (1865-1866), Jacob Calvin (1866-1867) Dora Ratcliff; Anna Lavina; Sadie Egner Rose; Harry F., Jessie M. Huntington); 8) Lucy Ann Truckenmiller (1834-1838); & 9) Peter H. Truckenmiller b: 1840 d: 29 June 1866. *FYI: Jacob K. Truckenmiller brother of my Anna Maria Truckenmiller Hittle. thanks to Jake & Gloria for all the help digging up the dead relatives. Happy Truckenmiller digs, Patsy :).
Be it Remembered
That on the 9th day of September AD 1823 Letters of Administration in Common for of law were granted to Solomon Truckenmiller and Henry Reader of all and singular the goods and chattels rights and credits which were of Jacob Truckenmiller late of turbot township deceased who have put in securities John Derr and Isaac Vincent for the sum of $3,000.
Witness my hand John Oyster Register
Solomon Truckenmiller - Son
Henry Reader -
John Derr - Son In Law - husband of Nancy
Isaac Vincent -
$3,000 of 1823 dollars would be worth: $65,217.39 in 2012
Two uncles were appointed guardian of son George, who was a minor - see if I can find that record.
Abt 1826 Son Samuel married Sarah Leinbach
2 Feb 1850, Sat • First Edition.
Samuel TRUCKENMILLER b: 26 Feb 1803 Upper Milford Twp, Northampton Co., PA d: 30 Nov 1883 Milton, Northumberland Co., PA s/o Jacob Truckenmiller (1758-1823) & Anna Maria Kerchner (1763-1843) m: abt 1826 Sarah LEINBACH b: 13 Feb 1805 Alsace Twp, Berks Co., PA d: 25 Nov 1895 Milton, Northumberland Co., PA d/o John LEINBACH (1777-1849) & Susanna Haveracker (1784-1835) & gd/o Henry L. Leinbach Sr. (1752-1832) & Catherine Keller. - Patsy Hittle Gore
1834 Son George married Martha LaShall
MARRIAGE: 13 Sept 1834 George Truckenmilller of Turbot Twp & Martha Lashell of Buffalo Twp. Source: p.41 Newspaper Abstract of "Miltonian" Lontz, 1980.* McEwenville Lib. *1993c. . FYI: Turbot Twp is in Northumberland County, PA & Buffalo Twp is in Union Co, PA
THE TRUCKENMILLER FAMILY. The TRUCKENMILLERS originated in Union County, central Pennsylvania, where Lewisburg the county seat, is the site of a federal prison, also Bucknell University. Much farmland there is rough and rocky so tidings of the fertile prairies of Illinois got around by word of mouth starting a trek of ox and horses teams westward.
George & Martha LaSHELLE TRUCKENMILLER were born in 1809 & 1812 respectively, had six sons and three daughters, among them Edward Gary TRUCKENMILLER, the fourth child, born in 1842 in Union County, the family came west in 1847 when Edward was five years old, settling around Loran north of Cherry Grove township in Stephenson county. The family history revels that Edward enlisted at age 18 in the Illinois Infantry (which had three Stephenson county companies, two Carroll, and five Ogle) and that Edward's Company, was company F. apparently one of the Stephenson county companies, since the two Carroll county companies were company C later commanded by Captain Hawk, the Carroll county congressman, and Company I led by Hawk's close friend, Captain E. T. E. Becker. The 92nd saw some of the hardest fighting of the Civil War, but Edward TRUCKENMILLER came back and after an honorable discharge married Sarah HOY in 1868, moving from Loran to the farm north of Mt. CARROLL, near the old Arnolds Grove School.
In 1882, the TRUCKENMILLERS moved to a farm in Cherry Grove Township now Tenanted by the Walter Kent and Sheldon Moll Families.
The TRUCKENMILLERS ten children included Emma who married a Van Brocklin, Oliver, Carried (Wolford), Mary (Schneider), Lulu (Lobman), George, Howard, Grover (Johnny), Charles and Edward. The details of the family's life on the farm are unrecorded but the parents moved to Shannon in 1906 and lived in the house now occupied by the Vernon Linker family. The children farmed in the Lanark and Shannon communities during the intervening years except Carrie, Lulu and Charles, and after Sarah Hoy TRUCKENMILLER's death in 1913, Edward continued living as a widower in Shannon until he passed on in 1935 at 93 years of age. The brief letter listing some details of the family tree disclosed that one son, Edward G. Truckenmiller, is living in Lanark , as of Aug 16, 1968. ... [Continues with the history of Edwards's children]. p.384. 
Robert TRUCKENMILLER seventh child of George and Martha, married Nettie SHAUT (Shout?) in 1881 lived in Shannon and engaged in Poulty marketing. He had one son, Mervin TRUCKENMILLER. He married Sadie MESSNER whose two children were Dorothy TRUCKENMILLER of Shannon and Robert T. of Freeport. p.384. .
Jacob, in Floyd's History of Northumberland County
Jacob Truckenmiller, evidently son of Sebastian, was born Aug. 29,
1759, in lower Berks county, and came to Northumberland county before
the Revolution, settling in Delaware township, where his descendants
still live. He was the pioneer of the family in this immediate locality,
and being a millwright and miller by calling built the original
Truckenmiller mill, selecting the site now owned by his great-grandson,
Valentine S. Truckenmiller. He died Aug. 23, 1823, at McEwensville and
is buried there, in the old upper cemetery. In religion he was a
Lutheran. His account, entered Sept. 9, 1823, in Will Book 2, page 442,
mentions sons Jacob, Solomon, George, Samuel, and also Mrs. Mary
Truckenmiller, probably his wife. The executors were Solomon
Truckenmiller and Henry Reader. The account was filed in the Register's
office. As shown by tombstone records, Jacob's wife was named
Annamaria, and she was born Jan. 16, 1763, and died July 27, 1843. Their
children were: Solomon, mentioned below; Jacob, born March 22, 1790,
who died April 15, 1880 (his wife, Sarah, died Oct. 3, 1873, aged
seventy-six years, one month, fifteen days); George; and Samuel, born in
1803, who died in 1883 (his wife, Sarah, born in 1805, died in 1895).