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Re: Bolich Family of Schuylkill co., Pa.
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: April 10, 2006 at 01:33:12
In Reply to: Bolich Family of Schuylkill co., Pa. by pat uffenorde of 10

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lynnz&id=I3156
ID: I3156
Name: Salome HEPLER 1 2
Sex: F
Birth: 17 FEB 1798 3
Death: 11 APR 1874 3
Burial: Barry United Evangical Church Cemetery, south of Lavelle, Pennsylvania
Reference Number: I3156
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http://home.jtan.com/~jack/genealogy/4salome.html:

Salome is the daughter of Peter Hepler and Anna Maria Wagner. Both Salome and Michael are buried in Barry United Evangelical Church Cemetery, Lavelle, Pa.

Lavelle was first called Salome, in honor of Salome Hepler Bolich, wife of Michael Bolich, owner and pioneer settler. Later, the name Salome was applied only to the west end, and Rocktown was applied to the east end of the town. The east end was owned by George Snyder, a brother-in-law of Michael Bolich. The name Lavelle was given to the entire settlement of Salome and Rocktown about 1880, in honor of the noted lawyer of Ashland and famous cavalryman of the Civil War Martin M.Lavelle. It was at this time the first Post-Office was established.




Father: Peter HEPLER b: 1 JAN 1775 in Upper Midford Township, Northampton County (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania
Mother: Anna Maria WAGNER b: 27 SEP 1777 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania

Marriage 1 Michael BOLICH , Jr. b: 25 JAN 1797 in Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
Children
Amanda BOLICH
Emmanuel BOLICH
Rebecca BOLICH
Salome BOLICH
William BOLICH
Anna BOLICH b: 18 DEC 1817
Maria BOLICH b: 28 JUL 1819
Lovina BOLICH b: 2 MAR 1827
Nathan BOLICH b: 18 DEC 1830
Timothy BOLICH b: 1838

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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lynnz&id=I1627
ID: I1627
Name: Peter HEPLER 1 2 3
Sex: M
Birth: 1 JAN 1775 in Upper Midford Township, Northampton County (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania 1 2 4 5
Death: 8 OCT 1842 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania 1 2 3
Burial: Howerter's Church, Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania 1
Will: Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania 1
Reference Number: I1627

Father: Johann Casper HEPLER b: 20 MAY 1751
Mother: Anna Maria SCHMIDT b: 15 MAR 1755

Marriage 1 Anna Maria WAGNER b: 27 SEP 1777 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania
Married: BEF 1804 in Pennsylvania 1
Children
Catherine HEPLER
Maria HEPLER b: 16 NOV 1808
Lydia HEPLER
Salome HEPLER b: 17 FEB 1798

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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lynnz&id=I2181
ID: I2181
Name: Johann Casper HEPLER 1 2
Sex: M
Name: Johan Casper HEPLER , Jr. 3 4 2
Birth: 20 MAY 1751 2
Death: 27 DEC 1816 2
Military Service: Revolutionary War. Joined Colonel Kooken's Company, Second Battalion, Northampton County, Pennsylvania 5
Reference Number: I2181
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The following information comes from the website: http://home.jtan.com/~jack/genealogy/2casper.html


CASPER HEPLER JR. 1751 - 1816

Casper served in the military forces of the Revolutionary War. There is "A General Muster of Northampton County Militia" for 14th of May 1778 extant, listing Captain Joseph Kooken in command of the First Company and showing Casper as one of ten members of Class 1st (Casper's brother Christopher is listed as Class 5th). This unit appears to have been a home constabulary, with no known battle participation.

The occupation of Casper Hepler Jr. was not farmer, but cordwainer, a term used to identify him in 1783 and 1794 land transactions. it is an old term for shoemaker, derived from the archaic word for Cortwoven leather.

The distribution of the original 115 Hepler acres among the sons had occurred by 1783, when two fifths were granted to Christopher. This is known because of the sale of 46 acres within two months to his brother Casper, for five shillings, probably a normal price. Casper held this land for eleven years before selling it to Balthazar Schultz, a yeoman (free man) from Montgomery County for 212 pounds.

Early in 1795 Casper left Upper Milford Township and traveled 50 miles westward to the Upper Mahantongo Valley, then in Berks County, but now in Schuylkill County. This verdant Pennsylvania valley is approximately ten miles long and three-four miles wide, with protective ridges on the north and south and a dependable stream in the center, and is well suited for agriculture. Casper's oldest son, John may have first worked the new land: the Plymouth Tract of 487 acres in the Mahantongo Valley, surveyed April 10, 1792 and originally owned by Isaac Yarnell, was bought by Casper and John Hepler on April 8, 1775, but in December of the same year Casper gave his rights to John: then in 1799, the situation reversed and John transferred the property to Casper for 335 pounds 4 shillings 4 pence. On April 24, 1798 Casper bought 486 acres and later that year 393 acres.

In all Casper owned more than a thousand acres of land. On this land the Hepler homes were built and most of it is today owned by the Hepler families. The first log school was built on the Hepler farm and the first teacher, a man named Bressler. The first church was also built on the Hepler farm and named Zion, perhaps after the one in Northampton County.

The first death in the new settlement was that of little Benjamin Hepler, aged 11. A cemetery was started on the Hepler farm. It was named "Gottes Acker" (God's Acres) and this little grave was the first in a long row of Hepler graves. In this little grave was buried Casper, his wife, 2 daughters, 5 of his 7 sons, 5 daughters-in-law, grandsons, etc. Twenty three in all. The Hepler Association erected a beautiful monument of Vermont marble on Casper & Anna Maria's graves. In the foreground in the small picture are seen the original stones. Every year the clan gather here to honor not only Casper, but his brothers Jacob, Christopher and George as well, to pay tribute to the 4 patriots.

The Heplers prospered greatly. As the children married more land was acquired, new homes were established. The entire valley from the top of the Taylorsville Mountain on the east to what is now the village of Pitman on the west, and from Line Mountain on the north to Mahantongo Mountain on the south was owned by Casper and his sons and sons-in-laws. The Kehlers owned the land east of the Hepler tract and they married Heplers. The daughters Catharina & Susanna married George and Johannes Kehler. Johannes married Maria Catherine Maurer, Christopher & Peter married Catherine and Maria Wagner. George married Salome Beisel. Heinrich had four wives- Salone Bolich, Eva Kuder, Elizabeth Dunkelberger & Eva Wentzel. Anna Maria married Jacob Reitz, Anna Margaretha married Peter Brosius. Lydia married Michael Ferster and 3 of her daughters married Rebucks. Many of these families came from the rich Swabian Creek.

Casper Hepler died in 1816, still in possession of a "250 acre plantation". This farm is in the Hepler family today. Henry the youngest son of Casper was it's next owner. It was then passed on to his son William, and later to his son William Jr. Today the son of William Jr. - Irvin Hepler is the owner.

Casper Hepler Jr. b. 20- May 1751 d. 27- Dec 1816
Anna Maria Schmidt b. 15- Mar 1755 d. 27- Jan 1831
Children:
Johannes Hepler b. 4- Apr 1774 d. 14- Feb 1834
Peter M. Hepler b. 4- Jan 1775 d. 8- Oct 1843
Christopher Hepler b. 10- Jul 1777 d. 18- Nov 1847
Catharina Hepler b. 23- Jan 1779 d. 1830
Susanna Hepler b. 31- Dec 1779 d. 2- Dec 1847
Anna Maria Hepler b. 4- Apr 1784 d. 3 Sept 1857
Anna Margaretha Hepler b. 19- Jul 1786 d. 27- Apr 1838
Benjamin Hepler b. 1787 d. 22- Sept 1798
Jacob Hepler b. 26- Oct 1788 d.
George Hepler b. 22- Jun 1790 d. 24- Feb 1867
Lydia Hepler b. 27- Nov 1792 d. 17- Jan 1858
Heinrich Hepler b. 12- May 1795 d. 5- Jul 1864
Gertrude Hepler b. 14- Oct 1801 d. 28- Jan 1821

Father: Johann Caspar HEPLER b: 10 JUL 1713
Mother: Susanna SCHEIBLE b: 18 DEC 1718

Marriage 1 Anna Maria SCHMIDT b: 15 MAR 1755
Children
Johannes HEPLER b: 4 APR 1774 in Upper Midford Township, Northampton County (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania
Peter HEPLER b: 1 JAN 1775 in Upper Midford Township, Northampton County (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania
Christopher HEPLER b: 10 JUL 1777 in Upper Milford Township, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, Pennsylvania
Catharina HEPLER b: 23 JAN 1779
Susanna HEPLER b: 31 DEC 1779
Anna Maria HEPLER b: 4 APR 1784
Anna Margaretha HEPLER b: 19 JUL 1786
Benjamin HEPLER b: 1787
Jacob HEPLER b: 26 OCT 1788
George HEPLER b: 22 JUN 1790
Lydia HEPLER b: 27 NOV 1792
Heinrich HEPLER b: 12 MAY 1795
Gertrude HEPLER b: 14 OCT 1801

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Title: The Wagner Family History
Author: Avice Morgan
Publication: Gateway Press, Inc., 1997 First Edition
Note: Information in the book is from authentic public and private records, documents, parish records, census, town and county files, vital statistics, family bibles, multitudinous correspondence and personal knowledge, according to the cover page of the book.
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ID: I3126
Name: Johann Caspar HEPLER 1
Sex: M
Birth: 10 JUL 1713 2
Death: 1769 2
Occupation: Tailor in Vaihingen 2
Emigration: 16 SEP 1748 Arrived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the **Ship Patience (John Browne, Master)from Rotterdam, Holland. Caspar Hepler (Hoeppler) was the 17th person to sign the forms at the Philadelphia Court House. 2 1
Will: 29 APR 1769 1
Probate: 1 AUG 1769 Easton, Pennsylvania 1
Event: Occupation 2 Weaver of cloth 1
Reference Number: I3126
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Information taken from the website: http://home.jtan.com/~jack/genealogy/1johann_caspar.html

"JOHANN CASPER HEPLER
1713 - 1769


The history of the Hepler-Heppler-Hoeppler-Hepler-Heabler family in America begins in 1748, when Casper Hoeppler, his wife Susanna and two small sons landed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. From 1682 to 1776 the province of Pennsylvania was the objective point of emigration from Germany, France and Switzerland. As early as 1727 the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania passed a resolution that the masters of the vessels importing Germans and others from Europe shall be examined whether they have permission to carry these people; that a list be taken of the emigrants, the place from which they came, their occupation and their reason for coming to America. Our immigrant Johann Casper Hepler was born July 10, 1713 and his wife Susanna Scheible December 18, 1718.

A writing was drawn up which each emigrant must sign in his own handwriting declaring allegiance and subjection to the king of Great Britain and fidelity to the Proprietary of the Province. These ship lists are published in the "Colonial Records" and "Rupps Immigrants" and the originals are preserved in the Library at Harrisburg.

It was early in 1748 when the Hoepplers - Casper, Susanna and their first born Jacob,and baby Christopher set sail on the ship Patience (John Browne, Master) from Rotterdam, Holland, for the New World. The passenger list of this boat shows Casper Hepler (Hoeppler) was the seventeenth person to sign the usual forms at Philadelphia Court House, on September 16, 1748.

Although documentation is lacking to connect the above immigrant with the early settler, the family historian relates that Upper Milford Township in Northampton County was his destination. This is approximately 30 miles north of Philadelphia, in the southern part of present day Lehigh County, ten miles south of Allentown. The area is described:

The soils of the Milfords is very productive and is well cultivated, which is the chief employment of the inhabitants. The Milfords are well-watered with the best and most wholesome water found in the Lehigh County or any county in Pennsylvania. The surface formation is very irregular, mountainous and hilly. In the southern part of Lower Milford is the Hosensack Hill or the great Mill Hill, commonly called "der Crosse Muehlberg". Although there are many acres of land untillable in the Milfords, these hills furnish fuel and timber... and are a great protection from destructive storms.

The decision to settle here was unlikely based on proximity to market, since Philadelphia was a two-day wagon journey away. Availability of land was an important factor; since this was still frontier, property was obtainable, and 115 acres was claimed. The German language predominance and the Lutheran religion established would be additional conditons favoring settlement in then Northampton County, an area of largely German inhabitants, thus lessening the cultural shock.

Dillingersville Union School & Church. Casper and his family were members of this church. It was built as a church & school.

As in many early communities, the local church was a significant binding element, and it is from the records of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of Upper Milford (near Dillingersville) that the progress of the Hepler family is traced. The church was started about 1744. The church was abandoned about 1791. Member from this church formed the nucleus of the Lutheran Church at Zionsville.

In 1757 a new congregation was organized at the Second Upper Milford Lutheran Congregation. This is the church at Old Zionsville and the present church is a stately old edifice with a beautifully kept cemetery. While Casper is not mentioned as one of the organizers, we find that he and his sons, Jacob and Christopher were communicants in 1765. The Reformed Church was also built in 1757. The church record book started at this time. The early history of the churches at Zionsville is somewhat confusing, but apparently there were separate Lutheran & Reformed church buildings from the beginning,said to have been log structures until 1818. At that time the building had become old & unsatisfactory & the Lutheran congregation decided to erect a new church. A number of the Reformed families then left the Reformed congregation & joined the Lutherans in erecting a Union Church. The arrangement continued until 1871 at which time the Reformed members sold their interest inthe building & rejoined the original Reformed Church.

The genealogist in looking up baptisms at Zionsville must therefore remember 4 places to examine records. Dillingersville and Zionsville Lutheran Church records, Reformed that separated itself & the original Reformed record itself.

The church records document at communion services, and the 1754, 1755, 1766, and 1757 rosters show Casper and Susanna Hepler (spelled Hopfeler, Hepper, Heppeler or Hoebler) present. One newborn son is mentioned---Michael Hepler (spelled Hoppler), born January 2, 1757 and baptized March 6, 1757, sponsored by Michael Scheibele and wife Barbara. Although Casper Hepler's name is listed in 1758 and 1760, the name of Susanna Hepler is no longer found after 1757 and it is presumed she died about this time.

This era of six years peace and plenty was rudely broken when in 1755 General Braddock was defeated by the French and Indians in Western Pennsylvania. The red man was immediately appeared in small groups in different sections of the settlements and began a murderous warfare against the unsuspecting settlers. A report in 12-11-1755 states that 200 hostile Indians were roaming about the plantations killing settlers, and burning down their houses. Such were the trials, tribulations and dangers the first families of settlers experienced in the new land, and in the midst of them was Casper Hepler with his growing family, now consisting of his wife and four children, Jacob, Christopher, Casper and George.

In 1758 Susanna Hepler no longer appears. Se probably died about this time and Casper re-married about 1762 to Anna Mary who survived him, and is mentioned in his will.

The hardships of twenty years pioneer life told on Casper Hepler and on April 29, 1769, he made his last will and testament. When he died is not known but the will was probated August 1, 1769, at Easton, Pa. He was only fifty-seven years old. His estate was left to his wife Anna Mary as long as she remained his widow: at her death to his sons; Jacob, two fifths, Christopher, Casper Jr. and George, each one-fifth. He also willed to the overseers of the Lutheran Church of Upper Milford, presumably the church at Zionsville- twenty shillings, which gives us a good idea of his character and integrity. Twenty shillings seems a small sum now, but then 300 acres of land could be bought for that sum. His burial place, though urgently sought, has never been found but it is most likely at Zionsville. All the old stones have been removed as they were illegible.

Casper Hepler was a weaver of cloth and worked at his trade. His farm which he acquired in 1753 was farmed by Michael Scheible, probably his brother-in-law. Anna Mary died about 1771. for it was then that the Venue of personal property was held and final account filed.

Jacob the oldest son sold his two-fifth portion of the home farm to his brother Christopher, who in turn sold his share and the two shares he bought from brother Jacob to Casper. Jacob bought land in Luzerne County. Later Jacob relocated to Armstrong County, Pa. The youngest brother George sold his one-fifth to Casper and established a home in Whitehall Township. Christopher settled in North Carolina.

THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION

In 1775 Old Man Mars again looms up in the shape of Great Britain in its last and final efforts to subdue the spirits of the colonists. At once the four sons of Casper: Jacob, Christopher, Casper Jr. & George left their families of very young children to fight for their freedom against the British.

Jacob at once joined the regiment under Colonel Seigfried at Bethlehem, Pa. This outfit was part of General Israel Putman's Brigade, the man who made famous the saying "Don't shoot till you see the whites of their eyes". Casper joined Colonel Kooken's Company, Second Battalion, Northampton County, Pa. and George Hepler in the Sixth Battalion,under Captain Jacob Peterman.

Again in the Militia Rolls of 1785 appear the names of Casper Hepler, Jacob Hepler and Stoffel Hepler.

Following the war Jacob sold his two-fifth portion to his brother Christopher, and bought land in Luzerne County. He lived there for sometime, later moving and buying a farm in Armstrong County, Pa. There are thousands of Heplers living there today.

In 1785 Christopher sold out his portion of the farm to Casper Jr. Christopher took his young family and moved to North Carolina and settled in what was then Rowan County, now Davies. They traveled in large Conestoga wagons.

Casper Jr. bought his brother Christopher's portion of the farm in 1785. He, his wife Anna Maria and their children lived there. December 9, 1795 he sold his farm to Balthaser Shultz. Casper set out in a north westerly direction to Mahantongo Township, Berks County, now Eldred Township, Schuylkill County, Pa.

DAR records claim that George died in the war. His family at that time was living in Whitehall Township, then Northampton County, now Lehigh County, Pa.

Johann Caspar Hepler b. 10- Jul 1713 d. 1769
Susanna Scheible b. 18- Dec 1718 d. 1857

Children

Jacob Hepler b. 29- Jun 1744 d. 1808
Christopher Hepler b. 16- Jul 1746 d. 1816
Casper Hepler b. 20- May 1751 d. 27- Dec 1831
George Hepler b. 1755 d. ca. 1783
Michael Hepler b. 2- Jan 1757 d. ?

The Heplers were a very religious family and after the long trip to America aboard the ship Patience, and the long trip from Philadelphia to Northampton County, I'm sure they prayed to God to give thanks for their safe journey. The hymn that is playing, "God himself is with us" probably reflects their feelings upon arriving in America."

According to the website, http://home.jtan.com/~jack/genealogy/history.html:

In the deed books preserved in the Vaihingen Town Archives are two deeds dated in April 1748.


Father: Caspar HEPPLER
Mother: UNKNOWN

Marriage 1 Anna Mary ?

Marriage 2 Susanna SCHEIBLE b: 18 DEC 1718
Married: 5 FEB 1742/43 in church at Lomersheim 2
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"The wedding of Johann Caspar Heppler (Jr.) and Susanna Scheible took place in the ancient church at Lomersheim in 1743. It was duly recorded in the parish register of Vaihingen under the rubric "Nomina Neogramorum" (Name of the Newlyweds) as the wedding of a parishioner in the year 1743. In the entry the pastor describes the groom as "citizen and tailor of this place, legitimate son of Johann Caspar Heppler, citizen and tailor of Vaihingen". The bride was recorded as the "legitimate daughter of Jacob Scheible, citizen and supervisor of the ducal storehouse in Lomersheim". The banns for the coming wedding had been proclaimed in the church on the first, second and third Sundays after Epithany."

Children
Jacob HEPLER b: 29 JUN 1744
Christopher HEPLER b: 16 JUL 1746
George HEPLER b: 1755
Michael HEPLER b: 2 JAN 1757 in Pennsylvania
Johann Casper HEPLER b: 20 MAY 1751

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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=:3193231&id=I4920
ID: I3138
Name: Caspar HEPPLER 1
Sex: M
Occupation: Tailor of Vaihingen 1
Reference Number: I3138

Father: Caspar HEPPLER

Marriage 1 UNKNOWN
Children
Johann Caspar HEPLER b: 10 JUL 1713

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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lynnz&id=I3155
ID: I3155
Name: Michael BOLICH , Jr. 1 2
Sex: M
Birth: 25 JAN 1797 in Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 3 4
Death: 17 JAN 1871 5
Occupation: Preacher, probably of Baptist faith 1
Burial: Reed Cemetery. Body was later removed to Barry United Evangical Church Cemetery, south of Lavelle, Pennsylvania 1
Event: Settler Pioneer settler of Lavelle, Pennsylvania 1
Reference Number: I3155
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From the website, http://home.jtan.com/~jack/genealogy/4salome.html


Pioneer of Lavelle

The Pioneer settler of Lavelle was Michael Bolich, born in 1797 near McKeansburg, Pa. For many years the deeds as recorded named this portion of Butler Township as Salome, or Salomeville.
Michael Bolich was a local preacher, probably of the Baptist faith. He held services in many of the log houses here and throughout the Hanyost, Deep Creek and Mahanatongo Valleys. Barry Church, which was attended by the Lavelle folk, is built on ground which was given by Michael Bolich.
His claim was all timber land his hands were the first to swing the axe in the forest and build here a home. The log house, his first home in this region, had a door but no lock, window frames but no windows. The first land cleared was by him, and it was his gun that fired the first shot that send the bear or the wolf either to his hiding place or to the salt barrel for winter use.
South of Lavelle, he built a saw mill run by water power. Here he cut the lumber used to build a home for each of his children, residing in Barry, Butler, and Eldred Townships.
Michael Bolich was the father of the following children Anna, wife of Adam Fertich, Salome, wife of George Bensinger, Rebecca married to Issac Betz, Maria Bolich, wife of Daniel Hepler, Levina, wife of Daniel S. Smith, Nathan Bolich married to Esther Fetheroff, William married to Elizabeth, Emanuel married to Mary, Timothy married to Christiana Grow.
Michael Bolich died in 1871 and was buried in the Reed Cemetery; later his body was removed to the Barry United Evangelical Church Cemetery, south of Lavelle. The church is at the intersection of Dutchtown Rd (4026) and Bolich Rd. Graves are near the road just inside the fence close to the woods.

Salome Hepler -b. 17- Feb 1798 d. 11- Apr 1874
Married: August 8, 1817

Michael Bolich Jr. - b. 25- Jan 1797 d. 17- Jan 1871


Children Maria (Polly) Bolich b. 28- July 1819 d. 30- Jun 1887
Nathan Bolich b. 18-Dec 1830 d. 5-Jan 1894
Timothy Bolich b. 1838 d. 11-Feb 1904
Emanuel Bolich b. d.
William Bolich b. d.
Lovina Bolich b. 2-Mar 1827 d. 6-Feb 1903
Salome Bolich b. d.
Anna Bolich b. 18-Dec 1817 d. ?
Rebecca Bolich b. d.
Amanda Bolich b. d.


Father: Michael BOLICH
Mother: Barbara REED

Marriage 1 Salome HEPLER b: 17 FEB 1798
Children
Amanda BOLICH
Emmanuel BOLICH
Rebecca BOLICH
Salome BOLICH
William BOLICH
Anna BOLICH b: 18 DEC 1817
Maria BOLICH b: 28 JUL 1819
Lovina BOLICH b: 2 MAR 1827
Nathan BOLICH b: 18 DEC 1830
Timothy BOLICH b: 1838

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Text: Lists Michael Bolich Jr.'s birth date as January 25, 1797 in Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
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ID: I3209
Name: Michael BOLICH 1
Sex: M
Reference Number: I3209

Marriage 1 Barbara REED
Children
Michael BOLICH , Jr. b: 25 JAN 1797 in Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania

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Title: A Descendants of Nicolaus Wagner Report from mindyb@snip.net
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Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1. Maria BOLICH was born 28 JUL 1819, and died 30 JUN 1887. She was buried in Zion Cemetery, Pitman, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 2. Michael BOLICH , Jr. and 3. Salome HEPLER. She married Daniel M HEPLER ABT 1839, son of Johannes HEPLER and Maria Catharina MAURER. He was born 17 OCT 1819 in Haas, Pennsylvania, and died 22 MAR 1890. He was buried in Zion Cemetery, Pitman, Pennsylvania.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. Michael BOLICH , Jr. was born 25 JAN 1797 in Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and died 17 JAN 1871. He was buried in Reed Cemetery. Body was later removed to Barry United Evangical Church Cemetery, south of Lavelle, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 4. Michael BOLICH and 5. Barbara REED.


3. Salome HEPLER was born 17 FEB 1798, and died 11 APR 1874. She was buried in Barry United Evangical Church Cemetery, south of Lavelle, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 6. Peter HEPLER and 7. Anna Maria WAGNER.

Children of Salome HEPLER and Michael BOLICH , Jr. are: i. Amanda BOLICH.
ii. Emmanuel BOLICH.
iii. Rebecca BOLICH.
iv. Salome BOLICH.
v. William BOLICH.
vi. Anna BOLICH was born 18 DEC 1817.
1. vii. Maria BOLICH was born 28 JUL 1819, and died 30 JUN 1887. She married Daniel M HEPLER ABT 1839, son of Johannes HEPLER and Maria Catharina MAURER. He was born 17 OCT 1819 in Haas, Pennsylvania, and died 22 MAR 1890.
viii. Lovina BOLICH was born 2 MAR 1827, and died 6 FEB 1903.
ix. Nathan BOLICH was born 18 DEC 1830, and died 5 JAN 1894.
x. Timothy BOLICH was born 1838, and died 11 FEB 1904.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3

4. Michael BOLICH.


5. Barbara REED.

Child of Barbara REED and Michael BOLICH is:2. i. Michael BOLICH , Jr. was born 25 JAN 1797 in Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and died 17 JAN 1871. He married Salome HEPLER, daughter of Peter HEPLER and Anna Maria WAGNER. She was born 17 FEB 1798, and died 11 APR 1874.

6. Peter HEPLER was born 1 JAN 1775 in Upper Midford Township, Northampton County (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania, and died 8 OCT 1842 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. He was buried in Howerter's Church, Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 12. Johann Casper HEPLER and 13. Anna Maria SCHMIDT.


7. Anna Maria WAGNER was born 27 SEP 1777 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 15 JAN 1842 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in Howerter's Church, Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 14. Hans Jacob WAGNER , Jr and 15. Louisa HUBER.

Children of Anna Maria WAGNER and Peter HEPLER are:
i. Catherine HEPLER. She married Samuel PAUL.
ii. Maria HEPLER was born 16 NOV 1808, and died 21 MAY 1869. She married Daniel NEISWENDER. He was born 10 NOV 1802, and died 17 NOV 1899.
iii. Lydia HEPLER. She married John Hans KESSLER. He was born 1790, and died 28 FEB 1863.
3. iv. Salome HEPLER was born 17 FEB 1798, and died 11 APR 1874. She married Michael BOLICH , Jr., son of Michael BOLICH and Barbara REED. He was born 25 JAN 1797 in Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and died 17 JAN 1871.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4

12. Johann Casper HEPLER was born 20 MAY 1751, and died 27 DEC 1816. He was the son of 24. Johann Caspar HEPLER and 25. Susanna SCHEIBLE.


13. Anna Maria SCHMIDT was born 15 MAR 1755, and died 27 JAN 1831.

Children of Anna Maria SCHMIDT and Johann Casper HEPLER are: i. Johannes HEPLER was born 4 APR 1774 in Upper Midford Township, Northampton County (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania, and died 14 FEB 1834. He married Maria Catharina MAURER 1795, daughter of Daniel MAURER and Regina WAGNER. She was born 17 OCT 1776 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 29 MAR 1831 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
6. ii. Peter HEPLER was born 1 JAN 1775 in Upper Midford Township, Northampton County (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania, and died 8 OCT 1842 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. He married Anna Maria WAGNER BEF 1804 in Pennsylvania, daughter of Hans Jacob WAGNER , Jr and Louisa HUBER. She was born 27 SEP 1777 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 15 JAN 1842 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
iii. Christopher HEPLER was born 10 JUL 1777 in Upper Milford Township, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, Pennsylvania, and died 18 NOV 1847 in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. He married Catharina WAGNER 21 OCT 1799 in Pennsylvania, daughter of Hans Jacob WAGNER , Jr and Louisa HUBER. She was born 8 OCT 1780 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 14 APR 1855 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
iv. Catharina HEPLER was born 23 JAN 1779, and died 1830.
v. Susanna HEPLER was born 31 DEC 1779, and died 2 DEC 1847.
vi. Anna Maria HEPLER was born 4 APR 1784, and died 3 SEP 1857.
vii. Anna Margaretha HEPLER was born 19 JUL 1786, and died 27 APR 1838.
viii. Benjamin HEPLER was born 1787, and died 22 SEP 1798.
ix. Jacob HEPLER was born 26 OCT 1788.
x. George HEPLER was born 22 JUN 1790, and died 24 FEB 1867. He married Salome BEISEL 1810, daughter of Johann Jacob BEISEL and Gertraut WAGNER. She was born 27 OCT 1789, and died 14 FEB 1849.
xi. Lydia HEPLER was born 27 NOV 1792, and died 17 JAN 1858.
xii. Heinrich HEPLER was born 12 MAY 1795, and died 5 JUL 1864.
xiii. Gertrude HEPLER was born 14 OCT 1801, and died 28 JAN 1821.

14. Hans Jacob WAGNER , Jr was born 6 JUL 1725 in Nottingen, Germany, and died 30 NOV 1802 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was buried in Howerter's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 28. Hans Jacob WAGNER and 29. Anna Maria JUNG.

15. Louisa HUBER was born 1 MAR 1735/36 in Pennsylvania, and died 1 JUL 1827 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. She was buried in Howerter's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 30. Henry HUBER.

Children of Louisa HUBER and Hans Jacob WAGNER , Jr are:
i. Regina WAGNER was born 25 JAN 1756 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 24 OCT 1816 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. She married Daniel MAURER ABT 1775 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, son of Heinrich MAURER and Catharina ERHARDT. He was born 3 MAY 1749 in Heidelberg Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, and died 16 MAR 1832 in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
ii. Gertraut WAGNER was born 10 NOV 1760 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 23 MAY 1859 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. She married Johann Jacob BEISEL BEF 1783 in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He was born 8 JAN 1751/52 in Pennsylvania, and died 2 SEP 1829 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.
iii. Johannes WAGNER , Sr was born 27 FEB 1763 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died MAR 1834 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He married Anna Margaret DORMEIER BEF 1792 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Johan Martin DORMEYER and Eva Magdalena ?. She was born ABT 1770 in Longswamp Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and died AFT 1821 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.
iv. Maria Elizabeth WAGNER was born 21 FEB 1765 in Macungie, Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 8 MAR 1856 in Eldred Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. She married Johann Jacob REINER , Sr ABT 1786 in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, son of Johan Christian REINER and Maria Catherina REISS. He was born 12 SEP 1761 in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 8 MAR 1857 in Eldred Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
v. Hans Jacob WAGNER III was born 28 JUN 1767 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died JUL 1808 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. He married Catharina REISS 25 MAR 1799 in Longswamp Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. She was born ABT 1779 in Pennsylvania.
vi. Johan George WAGNER was born 18 JUN 1770 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 4 APR 1855 in Lower Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He married Susanna P HEINLY 1798 in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, daughter of John HEINLY and Elizabeth KICHLINE. She was born 10 OCT 1775, and died 10 DEC 1847.
vii. Louisa C. WAGNER was born 19 FEB 1773 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died AFT 1802 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. She married George MULLER\MILLER ABT 1792 in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He was born 1767.
viii. Michael WAGNER , Sr was born 8 FEB 1775 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 4 MAR 1865 in Little Mahanoy Township, Northumberland, County, Pennsylvania. He married Maria Barbara SCHNEIDER 1 SEP 1799 in Zion Lutheran Church, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. She was born 27 MAY 1779, and died 24 AUG 1852.
7. ix. Anna Maria WAGNER was born 27 SEP 1777 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 15 JAN 1842 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. She married Peter HEPLER BEF 1804 in Pennsylvania, son of Johann Casper HEPLER and Anna Maria SCHMIDT. He was born 1 JAN 1775 in Upper Midford Township, Northampton County (now Lehigh), Pennsylvania, and died 8 OCT 1842 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
x. Catharina WAGNER was born 8 OCT 1780 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and died 14 APR 1855 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. She married Christopher HEPLER 21 OCT 1799 in Pennsylvania, son of Johann Casper HEPLER and Anna Maria SCHMIDT. He was born 10 JUL 1777 in Upper Milford Township, Northampton (now Lehigh) County, Pennsylvania, and died 18 NOV 1847 in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 5

24. Johann Caspar HEPLER was born 10 JUL 1713, and died 1769. He was the son of 48. Caspar HEPPLER and 49. UNKNOWN.

25. Susanna SCHEIBLE was born 18 DEC 1718, and died 1757. She was the daughter of 50. Jacob SCHEIBLE.

Children of Susanna SCHEIBLE and Johann Caspar HEPLER are:
i. Jacob HEPLER was born 29 JUN 1744, and died 1808.
ii. Christopher HEPLER was born 16 JUL 1746, and died 1816.
iii. George HEPLER was born 1755, and died ABT 1783.
iv. Michael HEPLER was born 2 JAN 1757 in Pennsylvania.
12. v. Johann Casper HEPLER was born 20 MAY 1751, and died 27 DEC 1816. He married Anna Maria SCHMIDT. She was born 15 MAR 1755, and died 27 JAN 1831.

28. Hans Jacob WAGNER was born 1693 in Ellmendigen, Baden, Germany, and died 12 JAN 1754 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He was buried in Lehigh Church, Lower Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 56. Nicholas WAGNER and 57. Catharina SCHNEIDER.


29. Anna Maria JUNG was born 16 FEB 1694/95 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died AFT 1751 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 58. Jacob JUNG and 59. Catharina KUST.

Children of Anna Maria JUNG and Hans Jacob WAGNER are: i. Maria Catharina WAGNER was born 1720 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died 1733 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany.
ii. Hans Jacob WAGNER was born 1721 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany.
iii. Maria Clara WAGNER was born 1 NOV 1723 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. She married Johannes SCHIFFERT BEF 1748 in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He was born in Germany, and died in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
iv. Maria Magdalena WAGNER was born 1 NOV 1723 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. She married Johann Michael KUCHLE BEF 1748 in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He was born in Germany, and died in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
14. v. Hans Jacob WAGNER , Jr was born 6 JUL 1725 in Nottingen, Germany, and died 30 NOV 1802 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He married Louisa HUBER 1756 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Henry HUBER. She was born 1 MAR 1735/36 in Pennsylvania, and died 1 JUL 1827 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
vi. Christina Barbara WAGNER was born 2 OCT 1726 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died in Pennsylvania.
vii. Christian WAGNER was born 7 AUG 1729 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died in Pennsylvania.
viii. George Friedrich WAGNER was born 1734 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died 1735 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany.
ix. Maria Gertraut WAGNER was born 6 MAR 1739/40 in Germany, and died 3 JUL 1826 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. She married Adam DESCH , Sr BEF 1761 in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He was born 29 FEB 1735/36 in Germany, and died 29 JAN 1810.

30. Henry HUBER.

Children of Henry HUBER are:
15. i. Louisa HUBER was born 1 MAR 1735/36 in Pennsylvania, and died 1 JUL 1827 in Upper Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. She married Hans Jacob WAGNER , Jr 1756 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, son of Hans Jacob WAGNER and Anna Maria JUNG. He was born 6 JUL 1725 in Nottingen, Germany, and died 30 NOV 1802 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.
ii. George HUBER.
iii. Felix HUBER. He married Eva OHLWEIN.
iv. Barthel HUBER was born JAN 1733/34. He married Margaretha FRANTZ. She died 18 MAY 1765.
v. Regina HUBER. She married Johannes REIS. He died 1771.
vi. Christina HUBER. She married Frederick NUNGESSER.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 6

48. Caspar HEPPLER. He was the son of 96. Caspar HEPPLER.


49. UNKNOWN died 1746.

Child of UNKNOWN and Caspar HEPPLER is:
24. i. Johann Caspar HEPLER was born 10 JUL 1713, and died 1769. He married Anna Mary ?. She died ABT 1771. He married Susanna SCHEIBLE 5 FEB 1742/43 in church at Lomersheim, daughter of Jacob SCHEIBLE. She was born 18 DEC 1718, and died 1757.

50. Jacob SCHEIBLE.

Child of Jacob SCHEIBLE is:
25. i. Susanna SCHEIBLE was born 18 DEC 1718, and died 1757. She married Johann Caspar HEPLER 5 FEB 1742/43 in church at Lomersheim, son of Caspar HEPPLER and UNKNOWN. He was born 10 JUL 1713, and died 1769.

56. Nicholas WAGNER was born 1663, and died 19 MAR 1743/44 in Ellmendingen, Baden,Germany. He was the son of 112. Nicolaus WAGNER , Sr.


57. Catharina SCHNEIDER was born 1662, and died 5 OCT 1719. She was the daughter of 114. Hans SCHNEIDER and 115. Maria BURCKLIN.

Children of Catharina SCHNEIDER and Nicholas WAGNER are: i. Hans Michael WAGNER.
ii. Margretha Barbara WAGNER.
iii. Maria Jacobe(a) WAGNER.
iv. Maria Magdalena WAGNER.
v. Phillipp WAGNER.
vi. Rosina Barbara WAGNER. She married Johann Michael WENTZ.
28. vii. Hans Jacob WAGNER was born 1693 in Ellmendigen, Baden, Germany, and died 12 JAN 1754 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He married Anna Maria JUNG 5 DEC 1719 in Nottingen, Germany, daughter of Jacob JUNG and Catharina KUST. She was born 16 FEB 1694/95 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died AFT 1751 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
viii. Maria Catherina WAGNER was born 1696, and died 28 JAN 1776. She married Hans Jacob BACH 27 JAN 1721/22 in Ellmendingen, Germany. He was born 1662, and died 1729. She married Johann Jacob WENTZ 28 FEB 1729/30 in Ellmendingen, Germany, son of Matthias WENTZ , Sr..
ix. Nicolaus WAGNER was born 28 AUG 1699 in Ellmendingen, Germany, and died 27 NOV 1749 in Pillupoenen, Stallupoenen, East Prussia. He married Maria Catharina EBERLEN 1719. He married Anna Maria SUESS 27 NOV 1725.

58. Jacob JUNG was born MAR 1652/53, and died 3 JAN 1722/23. He was the son of 116. Christoph JUNG and 117. Barbara ?.


59. Catharina KUST died 16 SEP 1734. She was the daughter of 118. Hans Phillip KUST and 119. Kunigunda ?.

Children of Catharina KUST and Jacob JUNG are:29. i. Anna Maria JUNG was born 16 FEB 1694/95 in Nottingen, Baden, Germany, and died AFT 1751 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. She married Hans Jacob WAGNER 5 DEC 1719 in Nottingen, Germany, son of Nicholas WAGNER and Catharina SCHNEIDER. He was born 1693 in Ellmendigen, Baden, Germany, and died 12 JAN 1754 in Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
ii. Anna Catharina JUNG.
iii. Hans Bernhard JUNG.
iv. Anna Magdalena JUNG was born 1691, and died 1700.
v. Anna Barbara JUNG.
vi. Hans Jacob JUNG was born 1699, and died 1703.
vii. Philip Jacob JUNG was born 1704.


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