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History of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time (Volume 3)

History of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time (Volume 3)

Source : Internet Archive

History of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time (Volume 3)

History of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time (Volume 3)

Source : Internet Archive

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Meyer, John 224


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married. March 18, 1784, Anna Maria Meyer, daughter of Isaac Meyer, the founder of Meyerstown, Pennsylvania. She was born December


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Anna Maria Meyer, daughter of Isaac Meyer, the founder of Meyerstown, Pennsylvania. She was born December 28, 1758, and died


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Montgomery county, where he married Barbara Meyer, daughter of Hans Meyer, an early German emigrant, who had settled in Salford


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Jacob Fretz, second son of John and Barbara (Meyer) Fretz, was born in Montgomery county, in 1732, came with his


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married Barbara Meyer, daughter of Hans Meyer, an early German emigrant, who had settled in Salford township, now Montgomery county.


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Montgomery county, where he married Barbara Meyer, daughter of Hans Meyer, who bore him five children-John, Jacob, Christian, Abraham and


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married Barbara Meyer, daughter of Hans Meyer, who bore him five children-John, Jacob, Christian, Abraham and Elizabeth. In 1737 John


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I. Christian Meyer, the paternal ancestor of this sketch, was a landowner in Lower Salford township,


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II. Christian Meyer, Jr., son of the above, born in 1705, died 1787, was a farmer


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the first of whom was Christian Meyer, who came to Pennsylvania about


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1888, married William G. Meyer.


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Hans Meyer, the pioneer ancestor and great-great-grandfather of Christian M. Myers, emigrated from Germany or


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John Meyer, born about 1720, settled in Bedminster township soon after attaining manhood, on land


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December 30, 1810, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Meyer) Nash, the latter being also a descendant of Hans Meyer,, the


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being also a descendant of Hans Meyer,, the emigrant, through his eldest son Henry, who married Barbara Miller, and their


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Beidler, the latter daughter of Hans Meyer, the paternal ancestor of the subject of this sketch, C. M. Myers. Samuel


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March 2, 1893, daughter of Jacob Beidler, and great-granddaughter of Jacob and Anna (Meyer) Beidler, the latter daughter of Hans


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married Magdalene Moyer, daughter of William Meyer, born in Springfield, June 17, 1767, died there February 12, 1848, son of


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1848, son of the Reverend Peter Meyer, one of the early Mennonite ministers of Bucks county, who was born in


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Jersey , Susanna, who married Isaac Meyer, of Springfield, Elizabeth, who married Henry Ackerman: Henry, the grandfather of the subject


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Christian Meyer, supposed to have been a native of Switzerland, founded an as3'lum from religious


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Elizabeth (Fretz) Moyer, grandson of Christian Meyer, great grandson of Henry INIeyer, who came to Pennsylvania about 1725, at the


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one year,- with his father, Hans Meyer, from Germany or Switzerland, who set-tled in Skippack, now Salford township, Montgomery county,


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Barbara (Fretz) Myers. Her great-grandfather Henry Meyer, was born in Bucks county, February 23, 1780, and died in Plumstead township,


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December 12, 1854. He married Elizabeth Meyer, born May 9, 1807, died December 4, 1871, daughter of John Meyer, who


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Alfred Cooper, eldest son of William B. and Elizabeth (Meyer) Cooper,, was born in Tinicum township, Bucks county, September 15,


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December 4, 1871, daughter of John Meyer, who was born June 22,, '^^773, and died September 9,


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in Plumstead townshin, Bucks county. Henry Meyer, the father of the last named Henry, was a son of Hans Meyer


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Henry, was a son of Hans Meyer and came to America with his parents at the age of one year


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deceased, married ]Margaret, daughter of Christian Meyer, of Hilltown.


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on the maternal side of Christian Meyer, an early imigrant from Switzerland. John Valentine Kratz was born in Germany, 1707,


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married Barbara i.Ieyer, daughter of Hans Meyer, who came to America abour


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three preceding generations were named Christian Meyer, the first of whom is supposed to have been a native of Switzerland,


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September 10, 'i^?i?,< daughter of Christian and Mary (Landis) Meyer, the former of whom was born March 27. 1763. in


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1708 by Hans Meyer,* who came from Germany or Switzerland and settled in Salford township, Montgomery county


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(III) Isaac Meyers, son of Henry and Barbara (Miller) Meyer, was born December 31, 1759, in Salford township, Montgomery county


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Fred Meyer. The two manufactured their device and placed it on exhibition at agricultural exhibitions


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Franconia township, where he married Maria Meyer, born November 30, 1738, daughter of Christian and Magdaiena Meyer, the former of


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accompanied his parents, Christian and Barbara Meyer, to Pennsylvania when a mere infant, having been born about 1705 , he


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adjoining that of his father-in-law. Christian Meyer, containing


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in Pleasant Valley, Springfield township. William Meyer, son of Rev. Peter, was born in Springtield township, June 17, 1764, and


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is a descendant of Rev. Peter Meyer, who was born in Switzerland in the year 1723, and came to Pennsylvania


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October 15, 1802, daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth (Angeny) Meyer, and granddaughter of William Meyer, a native of Switzerland, who


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(Angeny) Meyer, and granddaughter of William Meyer, a native of Switzerland, who with three brothers and a sister migrated to