Thursday, January 17, 2013

Johannes Philip Endy 1760-1842

Heather's Maternal 5th Great Grandfather

Johannes Philip Endy
son of Jacob & Anna Maria (Knohr) Endy
Birth 2 Jan 1760 in New Hanover, Berks, Pennsylvania
Death Abt. 1842 in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania

Married 1st
Christina Dierolf
Daughter of Andres & Catherine (Fertig) Dierolf
Born 1762 
Died 1788

Married 2nd
Elizabeth Dierolf 
daughter of  Andres & Catherine (Fertig) Dierolf
Born 1762 

 Children With Christina Dierolf 1762 – 1788
Elisabetha Endy 1787 – 

Children With Elizabeth Dierolf 
Jacob Endy 1790 – 
Johannes Endy 1792 – 
Catharina Endy 1794 – 
Anna Maria Endy 1796 – 
Friedrich Endy 1797 – 
Daniel Endy 1799 – m. Christina Cromley

1760 - Johannes Philip Endy was Born

Baptism Record:
Name: Johann Philip Endy
Birth Date: 2 Jan 1760
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 6 Jan 1760
Baptism Place: New Hanover, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
Father Name: Jacob Endy
Mother Name: Anna Maria
Organization Name: New Hanover Evangelical Lutheran
Jacob Endy 1736 – 1788
Anna Maria Knohr 1727 – 1780

Name: Philip Endy
Event: Baptism
Residence Date: 14 Jul 1799
Residence Place: Berks Co., PA
Church: Oley (Salem) Reformed Church
Role: Father
Household Members:
Name Role
Barbara Dieroef Sponsor
Henrich Dieroef Sponsor
Daniel Endy Born
Daniel Endy Baptized
Philip Endy Father

Mrs. Philip Endy Mother

Abt 1762 - Elizabeth Dierolf was Born
Elizabeth Dierolf, and her sister Christina (Philips second wife) are reportedly the daughters of Andreas Dierolf & Catherine Fertig.

Baptismal Record - 
Name Elizabeth Derrolf
Baptism Age 0
Event Type Baptism
Birth Date 13 Apr 1764
Baptism Date 6 May 1764
Baptism Place New Hanover, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, USA
Denomination Lutheran
Organization Name New Hanover Evangelical Lutheran
Father Andreas Derrolf
Mother Catharina Derrolf
Household Members
Name Age
Elizabeth Derrolf
Catharina Derrolf

Andreas Derrolf

A French Huguenet, Andreas Dierolf arrived in America on Oct 22 1754, ship Henrietta. His name was listed as Turolf on the manifest. Many of the passengers were sick on arrival.
He married Catharine Fertig on Oct 10, 1761, in Trappe Lutheran Church in Augustus by Rev Melchoir Muhlenberg.
He is the ancestor of this family in America. He was already settled in Earl Township, Berks, Pa. in 1782 where he probably located during the Revolutionary War. His will was made on Jan 10 1803 and is on record in will book 4, page 262. His name in the will was given as Dearolf. Children: Christina; Catharine; Elizabeth; Peter; Henry; Adam; John; Abraham 

Historical & Biographical Annals of Berks County PA

Philip Endy
 in the Pennsylvania, Septennial Census, 1779-1863
Name: Philip Endy
Residence Year: 1786

Residence Place: Earl, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA

Bef. 1787 - Married Christina Dierolf
daughter of Andreas & Catherine (Fertig) Dierolf.  

1787 Daughter Elizabeth Endy was born
She is mentioned in the will of her grandfather, Andreas Dierolf, as the daughter of his deceased daughter Christina.

1788 - Wife Christina (Dierolf) Ende Died

1789 - Married his wife's sister Elizabeth Dierolf
June 1 1789

Schhwartz Reformed Church

Also see History of Berks County, Andreas Dierolf, where she is named as the wife of Philip, & Daughter of Andreas.

1790 Son Jacob Endy Was Born  

1792 Son Johannes Endy Was Born

1794 Daughter Catharina Endy was born

1796 Daughter Anna Maria Endy was born

1797 Son Friedrich Endy was born

1799 Son Daniel Endy was born
Daniel Endy  married Christian Cromley, they are Heather's 4th great grandparents, you can read more about them here:

Jacob Endy, father of John Philip Endy

Jacob Endy was born in Germany in 1736.  He came to America on the Ship John and Elizabeth to the port of Philadelphia in 1754. 
It had come from Amersterdam and Portsmouth, from Hanau, the Palatinate and Wurtemberg according to Captain Ham. Jacob was one of the 120 Protestants on board along with 11 Roman Catholics.  His name is spelled Ende and he signed by the X Jacob Ende. I traced the name.  According to a DAR report the name was spelled many ways Ende, Endi, Endy, Andy, Antes, or Ande. It says he first lived in Montgomery County and then moved to Berks County. His children were baptized in the Hanover Lutheran Church which still exists near Boyertown, Pennsylvania close to Routes 100 and 76.  He did not have a will but his Administrative Papers are filed in Berks County, Pennsylvania in 1789 as well as Orphan's Court Records for his youngest son, Mathias. This time his name is spelled Endy in one paper and Ennde in another. 

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