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Michael Allebach & Sabella Hall
Posted by: Ted Pack Date: March 25, 2000 at 09:36:05
In Reply to: Re: Catherine Allabough & Jacob Overholtzer by Larry Head of 104

Our family history has Michael Allebach (Alebach, Alabach, Allabach, Alabough, Alebough, Allebough) marrying Sabella Hall also. "Sabella" was often a nickname fr Isabelle or Isabella. Here is what little I have. I descend from Ann Allebach, who might have been Catherine's sister,

You can see the tree in GENDEX format at
http://www.thevision.net/tedpack/genhead.html
if you are interested. It is also in RootsWeb's World Connect. I'd be happy to swap GEDCOM files or data.

Ancestors of Ann Allabough - 25 Mar 2000
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FIRST GENERATION

1. Ann Allabough was born on 17 Dec 1796. She died on 7 Dec 1871. She was also known as Ann, Nan, Nancy; Allebach, Allabough.


SECOND GENERATION

2. Michael Allebach was born in 1757. He died on 12 Jun 1844. He died on 6 Dec 1844. He was also known as Allabough, Allbough. Michael may have been a private in the American Revolution.

Some people have his death date as "6/12" and some as "12/6". He was married to Sabella Hall between 1776 and 1792.

3. Sabella Hall was born on 6 Jun 1760. She died on 27 Dec 1843 in Perkiomen area, Pennsylvania. Michael Allebach and Sabella Hall had the following children:

       1       i.       Ann Allabough.



THIRD GENERATION

4. David Allebach was born between 1725 and 1741.

5. Catharine Zeigler. David Allebach and Catharine Zeigler had the following children:

       2       i.       Michael Allebach.
              ii.       Abraham Allebach was born between 1755 and 1771. Abraham Allebach married Margaret Johnson.
              iii.       David Allebach was born on 18 Mar 1762 in Perkiomen area, Pennsylvania. He died on 31 Oct 1849 in Perkiomen area, Pennsylvania. David Allebach married Helena Godshalk.

6. ---- Hall was born 1 generation before 1757 in England.

Family tradition says "Grandfather Hall" was an Englishman. He was fairly well to do but had no sons, just daughters. On the ship coming to America he made friends with a Dutchman named Allebach, who had very little money but several strong sons. They agreed that when they reached America Mr. Hall would furnish the money to buy land, and Mr. Allebach and his sons would provide the manpower to farm it. The agreement worked, and eventually one of the Allebach sons married one of the Hall daughters.

When Ann Allebach married James Casselberry her father, Michael Allebach, took twelve silver dollars to the silversmith to be made into spoons. In 1973 my grandmother had six of these spoons. ---- Hall had the following children:

       3       i.       Sabella Hall.



FOURTH GENERATION

8. Christian Allebach was born 2 generations before 1757. Christian Allebach had the following children:

              i.       Christian Allebach was born between 1725 and 1741.
       4       ii.       David Allebach.
              iii.       Peter Allebach was born between 1725 and 1741.
              iv.       John Allebach was born between 1725 and 1741.
              v.       Esther Allebach was born between 1725 and 1741.
              vi.       Elizabeth Allebach was born between 1725 and 1741.
              vii.       Veronica Allebach1 was born between 1725 and 1741.
              viii.       Mary Allebach1 was born between 1725 and 1741.

10. Michael Zeigler was born about 1680. He died in 1765 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. He was a Weaver. He was Mennonite. Michael was also a minister of the Gospel, although he could not read. He signed land deeds with his mark. He was married to Catherine ---- before 1714.

11. Catherine ---- 16 died after 1763. Michael Zeigler and Catherine ---- had the following children:

              i.       Andrew Zeigler was born between 1710 and 1713 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. Andrew Zeigler married Elizabeth Kolb.
              ii.       Christopher Zeigler was born in 1714 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. He died in 1796 in Providence, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. Christopher Zeigler married Deborah Pawling.
              iii.       Michael Zeigler was born between 1715 and 1720 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. He died in 1822 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
              iv.       William Zeigler was born between 1716 and 1726 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. He died in Mar 1791 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
              v.       Gertrude Zeigler was born between 1710 and 1730 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
              vi.       Susanna Zeigler was born between 1710 and 1730 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
              vii.       Margareth Zeigler was born between 1710 and 1730 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
       5       viii.       Catharine Zeigler.
              ix.       Barbara Zeigler was born between 1710 and 1730 in Skippack, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. She died before 1763.

SOURCES

1. Cady Family Tradition - Mainly a long talk with my Grandmother one summer afternoon in 1973. She had scraps of paper from the Cady family bible and other sources. Other conversations as well.

2. James Y. Heckler. History of Skippack & Vicinity. Montgomery Count, Pennsylvania. Originally printed 1896; Reprinted 1992 by Adam's Apple Press, Bedminster, PA 18910.

3. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ancestral File (R). Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998.



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