Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Hans Michael Mauser 1707-1767

Hans Michael Mauser
son of
Born June 11, 1707 in Oeschingen, Germany.
Died
Married bef. 1735
Agatha Gomminger
daughter of
Born
Died

Children:
*Johannes Mauser 1735 – 1828
*Agnes Mauser 1737 – 
*Johann Frederick Mauser 1741 – 1799
*Johann Jacob Mauser 1743 – 1800
*Ann Marie Mauser 1746 – 
*Nicolaus Mauser 1749 – 1826 m. Catharina Henninger
Sarah Mouser 1751 – 1845 M. Nicholas Houk
*listed on ships list at immigration

1707 - Birth
June 11 1707 in Oeschingen, Germany



September 16, 1751 - Arrival
Name: Hs Mich Mauser
Birth Year: abt 1707
Arrival Year: 1751
Arrival Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Age: 44
Family Members:  
Wife Agatha Gomminger; 
  Daughter A Maria 5; 
  Son Nicolaus 2; 
  Son Joh Jac 8; 
  Son Johs 16; 
  Son Joh Friedr 10;
  Daughter Agnes 14


Source Publication Code: 2464

Primary Immigrant: Mauser, Hs Mich

Pennsylvania, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1772-1890 about Michel Mauser
Name: Michel Mauser
State: PA
County: Philadelphia County
Township: Philadelphia
Year: 1751

Database: PA Early Census Index

Nov 26 1751 - Sponsor At Baptism
Check records, this is possibly for his own child, Sarah.
Pennsylvania Church Records - Adams, Berks, and Lancaster Counties, 1729-1881 about Michael Mauser
Name: Michael Mauser
Date: 26 Nov 1751
Event: Baptism
Relation: Sponsor
Location: Berks Co., PA
Church: Dunkel's Reformed Church at Virginsville

Record ID: 291238

Research:
Hans Michael was born on June 11, 1707 in Oeschingen, Germany. A small town south of the present day city of Stuttgart in Wuertemberg, Germany. They first traveled to Rotterdam, Holland where they booked passage on the ship “Nancy” which was captained by Thomas Coatam also of Rotterdam. They arrived in Philadelphia on September 16, 1751. The family first settled in Northampton County, Pennsylvania where Hans Michael had twenty five acres of land surveyed on July 27, 1752. They lived there and supported the colonies as opposed to the English. They then moved to Lincolnton, North Carolina. This area was known as Tyron, but now it is known as Lincoln County.



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