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Re: Jacob & Catharine Lynn - daughter Joanna (b. 1835) - Adams Co, PA
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: July 06, 2009 at 01:53:45
In Reply to: Jacob & Catharine Lynn - daughter Joanna (b. 1835) - Adams Co, PA by Claire Clauss of 2694

Found Jacob's father, Michael and Michael's will.

Census > U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Adams > Freedom

As you can see, the name was misspelled by the transcriber as Liem and the original records shows "Linn"... So I notified Ancestry.com to change it to Lynn.

1850 United States Federal Census
about Joanna Liem
Name: Joanna Liem
Age: 16
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1834
Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Gender: Female
Home in 1850(City,County,State): Freedom, Adams, Pennsylvania
Household Members: Name Age
Jacob F Liem 60 b. Maryland
Catherine Liem 60 b. PA
Margaret Liem 24 b. PA
Jacob Liem 21 PA
Michael Liem 18 PA
>>>Joanna Liem 16 PA

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I found Michael Lynn on the 1790 United States Federal Census
about Michael Lynn
Name: Michael Lynn
County: Frederick
State: Maryland
1 1 7

I also found Nicholas Lynn on the 1790 cenus
1790 United States Federal Census
about Nicholas Lynn
Name: Nicholas Lynn
County: Frederick
State: Maryland
2 2 4

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1800 United States Federal Census
about Michael Linn
Name: Linn, Michael
Township: Taney
County: Frederick
State: Maryland

Census > U.S. Census > 1800 United States Federal Census > Maryland > Frederick > Taney
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http://files.usgwarchives.org/md/frederick/court/acct0004.txt
437. Final account of Peter SHANER deceased Nicholas LYNN & Michale NULL executor. Will. Elizabeth ECKUS for attending funeral of deceased. 25 Aug 1792.

57. Final account of Peter SHANER deceased Nicholas LYNN & Michael NULL executors. Jacob KEEFER paid for keeping widow during her lifetime. 29 Mar 1793.

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Nicholas Lynn-Maryland
Posted by: edward m harrell (ID *****5967) Date: July 04, 2006 at 03:01:15
of 2442


I am trying to find any information on Nicholas & his family who lived in Frederick Co., Maryland between 1790 and 1830. The name is spelled Lynn, Linn, & Lind in various records

Re: Lind family of Frederick MD, 1700s
>>>Posted by: edward m harrell >>>ed.harrell@montgomoerycollege.edu
(ID *****5967) Date: July 11, 2006 at 03:08:55
In Reply to: Lind family of Frederick MD, 1700s by Jodie Shumaker of 481

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I am trying to connect Nicholas Lynn(1805-1866) to Nicholas Lind(1749-1823).
The Lind's seemed to live around *Taneytown* in what then was Frederick Co.(now Carroll), Md. The name started as Lynn(1790), changed to Linn by 1820, and ended up as Lind on the tombstone. I am looking for info also about a Keefer,Kieffer,Cooper connection.

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Re: Lind family of Frederick MD, 1700s
Posted by: Jodie Shumaker (ID *****5795) Date: July 20, 2006 at 13:30:27
In Reply to: Re: Lind family of Frederick MD, 1700s by edward m harrell of 481


Hello cousin,

As it turns out, Nicholas Lind (1749-1823) was the father of my Margaret (1791-1868). I found out through another researcher that Nicholas did have a son Nicholas also, but I don't know the birthdate. It's very probable it's the same Nicholas you spoke about who was born 1805, since that's not too far off from 1791.

Here's a quote from Adams Co. PA newspaper abstracts, if you're interested: Jan 15, 1812 "On 29th, Dr. John Henry Begen of Petersburg [married] to Margaret Lind, daughter of Nicholas Lind of Frederick county, MD"

I look forward to hearing from you,

Jodie
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Re: Lind family of Frederick MD, 1700s
Posted by: edward m harrell (ID *****5967) Date: July 21, 2006 at 02:39:22
In Reply to: Re: Lind family of Frederick MD, 1700s by Jodie Shumaker of 481


At the Reformed Church, Taneytown, I found an Elizabeth Linn D.1821 age 71. Nicholas's Wife? also Abigal Lind D. June 25, 1819 age 29. She could have been married to a Jacob Lynn who is found in the census. Her tombstone has an engraving stating her son Jacob Lind of Stark Co., Ohio repaired the stone in the 1880's.

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Hello,
I have this on one of the Abigails you mentioned: "Among the persons buried in the German Reformed Cemetery [Taneytown, Carroll Co MD] are the following:.... A. Bigal [sic] Lind, died June 23, 1823, aged 29. Nicholas Lind, died Feb 21, 1823, aged 73 years, 3 months, 4 days..." This comes from "History of Western Maryland Including Biographical Sketches" 1968, Vol 2, a copy of which is on ancestry.com. Which Abigail's tombstone was repaired in 1880, the younger one?

Some researchers have Nicholas's wife as Catherine Ohler and others as Ana Mary Noll. I haven't been researching this line long enough to take a side; I need much more evidence.

You brought up Stark Co., Ohio... other researchers have also stated that many Lind children moved to Northeastern Ohio, especially Canton and Plain Tp., Stark Co., Ohio. If only I had known that a few years ago... I lived most of my life in Stark Co., and research would have been very easy! Now I live over two hours away, and I don't get up that way much anymore. Nicholas Lind's grandchildren through his daughter Margaret (my line) also stopped in Stark County long enough to find spouses, then moved a few counties westward, to Crawford.

Jodie
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JACOB'S FATHER

Re: Lind family of Frederick MD, 1700s
Posted by: Mary MacCracken (ID *****1126) Date: December 28, 2006 at 22:38:39
In Reply to: Re: Lind family of Frederick MD, 1700s by Jodie Shumaker of 481


Hello. I descend from Elizabeth Lind born 10 Jul 1793 to Nicholas (1749-1823). Elizabeth died 1 Mar 1875 in Stark Co., OH. She was married 20 Mar 1812 to John Correll (5 Jan 1788 Millerstown, Liberty Twp, Adams Co PA - 15 Apr 1859 Plain Twp, Stark Co., OH). John and Elizabeth moved to Adams Co in 1813 and arrived Stark Co in 1834 settling 4 miles north of Canton. They had 12 children: Jacob, Samuel (married Lucetta DePuy), John, Catharine, Fanny, Anna E Maria, Analiza or Ann Eliza, Sarah Jane, Nancy L, Jeremiah, Margaret and Josiah L. I have birthdates and marriages for these 12 children. Also, I have pictures of Samuel Correll and his wife Lucetta DePuy.

Here is information I have received from a cousin. I cannot vouch for the accuracy:
"The Family of Michael Funderlind"
The discussion below revolves around the possible emigrant ancestor Michael Von der Lindt. It is suspected but not proven that Micheal was the grandfather of Mary Lind who married John Fair. We solicited you comments and suggestions for further research.
Michael Funderlind was probably born in Germany around 1743 and died in Carroll County, Maryland about 1827. He was probably born as Michael Von der Lindt. Michael was a land owner in Southern Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland.
We believe Michael's father was Johannes Von der Lindt who arrived in America aboard the ship "Edinburgh" on July 15, 1749. (If so, Michael would have come with him.) We have no direct proof that Johannes was his father; however, those researching Michael's family line have been moving toward that conclusion.
Michael definitely had one brother, Nicholas (b. November 17, 1749) who was identified through real estate transactions. If Michael's father was Johannes, he had the following other siblings: Johannes, b. about 1741; Jacob, b. 1748; Catherine, b. 1751; Susanna Margaretha, b. April 12, 1755; and, Henry, b. March 20, 1757.
Family members, census takers, county recorders, and other bureaucrats have all contributed to the transformation of the name "Von der Lindt" into the forms used for, and by, Von der Lindt descendants: Von der Lind, Vanderlin, Vanderlynn, Funderlind, Funderlinn, Funderlen, F. Linn, F. Lind, Lind, Linn, Lynn, Flynn. Most descendants today appear as Lind, Linn, or Lynn.
We believe Michael had fifteen children with two wives: Barbara and Elizabeth. We believe Barbara's last name was Eckes. The mix of children to mother's is not definite. Michael's family bible only lists the first eleven children, five were recorded using only their first names in German and six were recorded with the surname "Linn" in English. Early researchers interpreted the change in use of language to indicate how the children of Barbara and Elizabeth were divided. We now believe, based on property transactions, that all eleven recorded in the bible were the children of Michael's first wife, Barbara. There was probably a subsequent family bible, long lost.
Michael's children as follows:
With Barbara Eckes:
1. Catharine, b. December 21, 1769, d. April 1865. She appears as Catherine Lynn after she married Zadok Nutter. She and Zadok moved into the Shenandoah Valley northwest of Roanoke and settled. Their descendants were still there around 1910. Zadok appears as "Sodock" in Michael's will.
2. Emma Maria, b. August 29, 1772, d. before 1824. Emma or Lana is not mentioned in her father's will of 1824, so was probably dead by that time.
3. Michael, b. November 11, 1774, d. before 1790. Michael probably died young as a later son in the family was named Michael.
4. Elizabeth, b. January 13, 1776, probably in Frederick County, Maryland, d. between 1827 and 1841. She appears as Elizabeth Lind when she married Jacob Deitrick about 1792. She and Jacob moved into the Shenandoah Valley northeast of Roanoke and settled. Deitrick appears as "Tedor" in Michael's will.
5. Barbara, b. March 8, 1779, probably in Frederick County, Maryland. According to Michael's will, she married Jacob Eckes. No further information.
6. Mary, b. October 6, 1871, in Frederick County, Maryland, d. March 22, 1866, in Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland. She appears as Mary Lind when she marries John Fair.
7. John, b. March 4, 1783, d. 1870. He appears as John Lind when he marries Elizabeth Hess. We believe that John and Elizabeth relocated to Stark County, Ohio and settled. One child, Catharine, was married there.
8. Magdelina, b. September 13, 1786, d. before 1824. Magdelina is not mentioned in her father's will of 1824, so was probably dead by that time.

JACOB >>>>*****9. Jacob, b. December 25, 1789, in Maryland, d. January 29, 1871, in Adams County, Pennsylvania. Jacob appears as Jacob Funderlinn, or Jacob F. Linn in Adams County land records. He married Catherine.******

10. Michael, b. January 17, 1790. No further information
11. Margaret, b. October 8, 1792, d. December 13, 1849. According to Michael's will she married William Pepple. No further information.
With Elizabeth:
12. Rebecca, b. about 1809. According to Michael's will, she married Frederick Older (probably Ohler). No further information.
13. Solomon, b. before 1800. Wife's first name was Nancy.
14. Samuel, b.Feb 5, 1797. Married Barbara Bachman, his mother's niece.
15. Hannah, b. Apr 5, 1800. According to Michael's will, she married Ulrick Smith. No further information.
Michael's brother, Nicholas married Mary Null and remained in the area around Taneytown in Carroll County, Maryland. They had eleven children. We believe that many of the children with spouses relocated into the Northeast counties of Ohio (Stark, Mahoning, Columbiana). Just starting to work on that.
Above from David Linn 7/27/99 re: Dogwood77@aol.com and Keith Johnson 3/26/02 re: kvjo@worldnet.att.net
John married Mary LIND of neighboring York County, PA circa 1797. (Marriage data for John and Mary, dates of birth and death for John and Mary from Hoffacker Family Papers;, by Geo., W. and Wm F. Hoffacker, page 118.
MICHAEL FUNDERLIND LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Be it remembered that I Michael Funderlind of Baltimore County in the State of Maryland being at the present time in perfect health of body and of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding and being mindful of the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the time thereof in order to settle my worldly affairs, thereby be prepared to leave this transitory world when it should please my Creator to call me hence do therefore by this Instrument of Writing make, publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament in manner following, to wit: First and principally, I commend my soul to Almighty God the giver thereof and my body to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors herein after named and appointed (or the survivor of them) and after my funeral expense and just debts are paid I give, devise, and bequeath in manner and form following, to sit: I give devise and bequeath to my wife Elisabeth Funderlind all that place on plantation wherein I at present reside, situated lying or being in the said County of Baltimore for and during her natural life time, subject to and under the restriction of keeping the said plantation, together with the building and improvements to thereon in good condition and repair and that she shall not during the said term commit any saise or suffer to be committed any waise by cutting down selling or hauling of from the said Estate any timber or wood, only such as is necessary for her own use in repairing the said premises and to supply her with Firewood. All my goods, chattels and personal Estate of every sort and kind which I may die possessed with, together with 11 that piece parcel or tract of Land situated lying and being in Adam's County in the State of Pennsylvania I will devise and direct to be sold to the best advantage at public sale or sales by my said Executors (or the survivor of them) whom I hereby authorize and empower to sell, transfer and convey by a lawful deed or deeds of conveyance to the purchaser or purchasers therefore as fully and effectively as I myself might or could do were I present at the doing thereof: Then all the money or monies arising from the sale or sales I give devise and bequeath unto my twelve children, namely, Catharine Nutter, now wife to Zadock Nutter -- Elizabeth Tedor, now wife to Jacob Tedor -- Mary Fair, now wife to John Fair -- Barbara Eckes, now wife to Jacob Eckes -- John Funderline -- Margaret Pepple, now wife to William Pepple -- Jacob Funderlind -- Michael Funderlind -- Rebecca Older, now wife to Frederick Oder -- Samuel Funderlind and Hannah Smith, now wife to Ulrich Smith to be equally divided between them or their heirs share and share alike. Then after my said wife Elisabeth Funderlind departs this life the said plantation and premises herein before devised unto her during her natural lifetime I will, devise, and direct to be sold to the best advantage at public sale or sales by my said Executors, or the survivor of them, whom I do like wise authorize and empower to sell transfer and convey by a lawful deed of conveyance to the purchaser thereof, and when so sold and the money received for the same, out of which I give, devise, and bequeath unto my said son John Funderlind or his heirs the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars money of the United States to be first paid unto him or his heirs. Then all the rest residue and remainder of said money arising from the last mentioned sale I give devise and bequeath unto my said twelve children above before mentioned and named to be equally divided between them on their heirs share and share alike. It may so happen that in my lifetime I may advance more money to some of my children than to others of them. In case it should so appear after my death then my will and request is that all such of them who have not received as much money as others of them shall be made equal and proportional (saying and excepting the said one hundred and fifty dollars herein before devised to my said son John Funderlind.) Lastly I do hereby authorize, constitute and appoint my said son John Funderlind, my said son-in-law William Pepple (or the survivors of them) to be sold executors of this my last will and testament revoking and annulling all former will and wills by me hereto for in any wise made, ratifying and confirming this and only this to be last will and testament and none other.
In testimony where of I the said Michael Funderlind have herewith in my hand and seal on this twenty-second day of May 1824.
his
Michael Funderlind
mark
Signed sealed published and declared by Michael Funderlind the above named Testator as and for his last will and Testament in the presence of us, who at his request, and in his presence, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as witnesses hereunto as hereby appears.
George Krantz
J. C. Shutter
Jacob Shower
(Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD Vol. 12 Wills W.B. No. L 1824-1827 Baltimore p. 394-395 Baltimore County, Wills, Date 1824-1827 Vol. 12, Folio 394-395 Location 2-28-12-12 (this is information needed on pink call slip).



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