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Re: John Stanley Ankeny
Posted by: Bob Bergman Date: February 17, 2000 at 08:46:30
In Reply to: John Stanley Ankeny by Lisa Barnes Hudgel of 100

The Data which follows is from:

THE PETER ANGENY FAMILY - LAWRENCE JENKINS

These books may be ordered from the author::
Lawrence Jenkins
1 Burrell Hill Rd.
Penn, PA 15675

There is more detail on Peter, Dewalt and his ancestors than is given here. I hope that I have deciphered this correctly as the book is hard to follow.


Dewalt Anconi a Colonial Pioneer.
One of the Pioneers in the later Colonial Period of Pennsylvania
and the father of other Pioneers, of the Revolutionary
Period is the subject of this sketch, Dewald Ankeny, an
immigrant who arrived on these shores in the year 1746. This
fact is found in the list of immigrants or passengers on the
Ship Neptune, which arrived at the Port of Philadelphia on
October 25, 1746. The name was given there as Dewalt Ancony.
We shall find that both his names were given in those early
days under various spellings.) On the same ship was one Caspar
Dewalt, said to have been an uncle, ? a brother to his mother.
In the list of those who took the oath of allegiance to the
king on the same date, his age was given as 18; so from that
we get the date of his birth as the year 1728, which may or
may not be exactly right. The list of immigrants can be found
in the book of immigrants from the Rhine Palatinate, and
Switzerland,by Strassburger-Hinke.

2B. Peter Angeny, B. 3/6/1751, D. 12/23/1804, M. Cl773-4.
Rosina Bonnet, B. 9/17/1757. D. 2/5/1834,
Rosina was a daughter of John and Dorothy Bickley Bonnet.
She was the mother of ten children.

3F. John Ankeny, B. 9/15/1787, D . 6/17/1853, M. 12/15/1807,
Mary Martha .Kimmel, B. 2/27/1789, D. 5/4/1859,
They are both buried in Clinton, Iowa. From Kimmel records
found at the Somerset Historical and genealogical Society,
are listed the progenitors of Mary Martha Kimmel. In their
history of the Kimmel family she is named Mary Magdalena Kimmel
Other than this difference in the name all other data
corresponds with data and records I have on file, She was a daughter
of George Kimmel (1743-1818); and Juliana Ruby Kimmel
(1749-1811); Granddaughter of Granddaughter of Johan Phillip Kimmel (immigrant in
1755)-(1695-1777), and Anna Elisabetha Voltz, Kimmel, (1703-1751)
Great Granddaughter of Johan Johan Michael Kimmel, (1662-1734) and
Anna Margaretha Souter Kimmel. John and Mary Martha Kimmel Ankeny Ankeny
were the parents of nine children.

4H. William Henry Ankeny, B.7/3/1825, D. 12/13/1881.
Catherine Estabrook, B. 6/22/1833, D. 5/22/1872,
They were married November 1, 1854. William H. was born
in Jackson, Iowa; and later lived in Laurel, Nebraska before
moving to the far west. He served in the GAR during the Civil
war. Catherine's middle name was Dorcas. They were the parents
of three children.

5A. Wilber Joseph Ankeny, B. 21/4/1855, D. 2/l/1941,
Anna Ellen Northrup,B. 8/29/1856, D. 11/20/1895,
They were married 8/30/1877. Wilber was born in Lyons,
Iowa. Anna Ellen was born in Tioga County, Pa. and died and died in
Beatrice, Nebraska. They were married in Milledgeville, Ill

6G. John Stanley Ankeny, B. 11/14/1893,


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