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History of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

History of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

History of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Fonte : Internet Archive

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Jacob Wentz, Captain.'" I certify, upon honor, that this muster-roll exhibits a true stjitement of


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Henry Hitncr, first lieutenant , John Wentz, second lieutenant.


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Ull'ich, Charles Weak, Abram Weutz, Thomas H. Wentz, Mordecai Dehaven.


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Shive, William Teany, John W'aiker, George H. Wentz.


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angle, near the house of John Wentz, in one of the most exposed parts of the field, the Sixty-eighth was


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Peter Wentz, must, in Sept. 2, 1864 , must, out with company June 16,


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John Wentz, elected 1792.


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Styer, Colonel Thomas Knox, William Wentz, Daniel C. Getty, Henry Novioch, Edwin Moore and Rees Conrad.


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, Vice-Presidents, William Hol.stein, Thomas H. Wentz, Recording Secretary, F. T. Beerer, Corresponding Secretary, A. S. Halhuan, Treasurer, Charles


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Salford.-l: S7, John Hildebidle aud Philip Wentz , 1773, Richard Klein, 178.'}, Valentine Kratz and Michael Schall , 1810, Frederick


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of election : Henry Scheetz, John Wentz, Samuel Breck. The board organized Monday, October 16, 1815, at the Washington Inn,


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from Montgomery Lodge, No. 57. Thomas H. Wentz was elected N. G. , William Zimmerman,


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Henrv Sciieetz, Bex.i.vmin Reiff, John Wentz, Jon.N Jones, 'Philip Reep,


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elections at the house of Jacob Wentz, in Worcester township.


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Joseph Bodey in 1865, with Thomas H. Wentz as partner. The firm of Bodey & Wentz conducted the business of


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Philip, Jacob, Mary Ann (Mrs. George Wentz), Hannah (Mrs. Jacob Wentz) and Eliza (Mrs. John Piergon). Philip, of this number,


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(Mrs. George Wentz), Hannah (Mrs. Jacob Wentz) and Eliza (Mrs. John Piergon). Philip, of this number, was born at Milestown,


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Fifty-first Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel John Wentz, at Frederick Conrad's, Esq., in Worcester, for the Fifty-sixth Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel


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by Hannah Thompson, John Shannon, John Wentz, George Gilbert, Josiah Wood and Abraham Woolford. In 1790 three inns were kept


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five children , Henrietta (Mrs. Daniel H. Wentz), and Anna Cecilia (Mrs. Albert D. Wentz). Mr. Heist was a second


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Wentz), and Anna Cecilia (Mrs. Albert D. Wentz). Mr. Heist was a second time marnied to Margaret Lenhart, of Cheltenham,


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whose children were Catharine (Mrs. Jacob Wentz), Elizabeth, Sarah (Mrs. Samuel Nice), Ann (Mrs. George Mc Cleland), <^_^^_//a^M^


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and Christina, his wife, and Jacob Wentz, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Philip Wentz, Peter Wentz, Jacob Weber, Philip Spare,


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and Elizabeth, his wife, to Philip Wentz, Peter Wentz, Jacob Weber, Philip Spare, Henry Conrad and Jacob Reiff, Jr., in


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his wife, to Philip Wentz, Peter Wentz, Jacob Weber, Philip Spare, Henry Conrad and Jacob Reiff, Jr., in trust for


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1830, married Margaretta, daughter of John D. Wentz, of Cheltenham township, and died August 4, 1872, leaving three children,-John W.,


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lives, married Sarah, daughter of Peter Wentz, of Montgomery township, and died in December, 1856. His wife, Sarah, died in


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: Hannah Thompson, John Shannon, John Wentz, George Gilbert, Josiah Wood and Abraham Wolford. The land-holders assessed in 1734 were


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voted at the public-house of Jacob Wentz, in Worcester township , from 1784 to 1785 at the public-house of Hannah


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1849, to Mary, daughter of Jacob Wentz, whose birth occurred September 24, 1826. Their children are Atwood, born 1850, Gertrude,


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, Felty Consenhiser, 23 , Peter Wentz , William Tennis, 25 , Jellis Jellis, 22 acres.


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letter to Congress, dat"d at Peter Wentz's, in Worcester township, four miles distant on the Skippack road, Washington says :


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upwards of eighty-two years. Rev. George A. Wentz was next elected, June 28th, and continued three years. Rev. A. S.


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the Schuylkill. John Hildebidle and Philip Wentz were township supervisors in 1767, Richard Klein in 1773, Valentine Kratz and Michael


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lands of William Mayberry, deceased, Frederick Wentz, Woolrich Hertzell, Philip Zeigler, John Eck, Widow Philmon, Bastian Heap, Valentine Boyer, Jacob


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and 9 chil dren , Philip Wentz, 185 a,, 2 h., 4 c. , George Hertzell, 430 a., 4 h.,


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c. , Henry Hass , Peter Wentz, 100 a., 2 h., 2 c. , Jacob Wyant, 1 c. , Christian


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Frederick Koch, 2 c. , Elizabeth Wentz, widow


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property being now owned by Thomas Wentz. Anthony Williams' estate of four hundred and seventy acres, in tenure of Isaac


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Job Roberts and John Wentz were commissioned justices of the peace May 26, 1798, and filled that position


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was carried on here by Thomas H. Wentz, who afterwards became a heavy dealer in lumber and a builder in


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the farm now owned by Tyson Wentz, on the road leading from the Skippack turnpike to the Morris road, the


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Da Wd Acuff, Antrim Foulke, George M. Wentz, Isaac Shoemaker, Isaac Ellis, Jacob Styer and Daniel Kneedler.


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organized at the public-house of Samuel Wentz, Centre Square December 11, 1819.


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as follows : Joseph Butler, Daniel Wentz, Jonathan Paul, Samuel Wentz, Jonathan Ellis, Edward Foulke, Cadwalader Roberts, Abrm. Wentz, William


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pike, to Philip Wentz, John Martin, Frederick Dull and Jacob Cobler for a school-house. A stone structure


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John Rile (president), John Heist, Abraham Wentz (treasurer, appointed outside of the board).


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Sholl, Peter Bellar, John Newberry, Peter Wentz, Abraham Le Fevre, William Renberry, John Krey, Andrew Shrager, Johonas Umstat, Hernianu B


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L. Rex, Joseph Conrad, Abram Wentz Sr., and Jacob Hoover were the commissioners named in the act, with power


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list of taxables, of 1762, Abraham Wentz is marked as inn-keeper, and one hundred and fifty acres of land, Derrick


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Sessions of 1797, Barbara Eynear, John Wentz, Leonard Styer, James Bartleson and Nicholas Swoyer were licensed to keep public-houses.


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grandson, Abram, now lives. Colonel John Wentz was not only a military officer, but a civil officer as well.


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ABRAM WENTZ.


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the road, where his son Abram Wentz now lives. He, lilre his illustrious father, was a man of sterling worth,


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his father, Abram, and grandfather, John Wentz) and Henry (deceased). It is proper to state here that the property upon


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Mrs. Wentz's father, Jesse Castner, died September 9, 1883, in the seventy-second year of his


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headquarters at the house of Peter Wentz, near said church, from where he wrote an interesting letter to Congress, in


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and on the other part, Jacob Wentz and his wife, Elizabeth. The original deeds are dated January 2, 1762, and


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the land is conveyed to Philip Wentz, Peter Wentz, Jacob Weber, Philip Spare, Henry Conard and Jacob Reif F, in


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is conveyed to Philip Wentz, Peter Wentz, Jacob Weber, Philip Spare, Henry Conard and Jacob Reif F, in trust for


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Wentz, Daniel, Fort Washington. Camp Axe, found on the camp ground, near St.-Thomas" Church, at Fort


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Wentz, Thomas, Fort Washington. Two Chairs. In Chew house, at Germantown, during the Revolution , now


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Wentz, Mrs. Thomas H,, Norristown. Cup, Saucer and Sugar Bowl. 4 Plates, 10 (1 years old.