1. Hans Hagenbuch was born Before 1660 in
Schwaigern, Germany. He married
Anna Catharina maiden unk. Hagenbuch . She was born in I have no info for her .
Children of Hans Hagenbuch and Anna Catharina maiden unk. Hagenbuch:
i. 2. Hans Michael Hagenbuch was born About July 1682 in
Schwaigern, Germany and died between 1733 & 1737 in Gross Gartach, Germany.
2nd Generation (Children)
2. Hans Michael Hagenbuch (Hans1) was born About July 1682 in
Schwaigern, Germany and died between 1733 & 1737 in Gross Gartach, Germany. He married 1st Anna Christina Fritzle . She was born After 1682 in Germany and died December 18, 1727 in Gross
Gartach, Germany ??. He married 2nd Anna Margaretha Hagenbuch About 1729 .
Children of Hans Michael Hagenbuch and Anna Christina Fritzle:
i. 3. Andreas Hagenbuch was born April 11, 1711 in
Lomersheim, Wurttemberg, Germany and died April 9, 1785 in Albany Twp, Berks Co., PA.
ii. Johann Christoff Hagenbuch was born June 23, 1719 in Schwaigern, Germany.
iii. Philipp Jacob Hagenbuch was born April 1, 1725 in Schwaigern, Germany.
Children of Hans Michael Hagenbuch and Anna Margaretha Hagenbuch:
iv. Matthias Hagenbuch was born November 8, 1730 in Gross Gartach, Germany.
v. Johann Michael Hagenbuch was born February 27, 1733 in Gross Gartach, Germany.
3rd Generation (Grandchildren)
3. Andreas Hagenbuch (Hans Michael2, Hans1) was born April 11, 1711 in
Lomersheim, Wurttemberg, Germany and died April 9, 1785 in Albany Twp, Berks Co., PA. He married 1st
Catharina maiden name unk. Hagenbuch About 1730 in
Wurttemburg, Germany. She was born About 1712 in Germany . He married 2nd Maria Magdalena Schmutz . He married 3rd Anna Maria Margaretha Friedler between 1748 & 1749 in Albany Twp, Berks Co., PA. She was born between 1725 & 1730 in
Lomersheim, Der Pfalz, Germany .
Children of Andreas Hagenbuch and Catharina maiden name unk. Hagenbuch:
i. Anna Barbara Hagenbuch was born About 1728 in Germany.
ii. 4. Anna Magdalena Hagenbuch was born About 1730 in Germany.
iii. Anna Catharina Barbara Hagenbuch was born About 1732 in Germany.
iv. Heinrich Hagenbuch was born January 20, 1735 in Germany.
v. Johann Peter Hagenbuch was born between 1735 - 1736.
Children of Andreas Hagenbuch and Maria Magdalena Schmutz:
vi. Andreas Hagenbuch was born between 1737 & 1747 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
vii. Anna Catharina Hagenbuch was born About 1738 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
viii. Anna Margaretha Hagenbuch was born About 1739 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
ix. Maria Magdalena Hagenbuch was born 1740 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
x. Anna Maria Hagenbuch was born 1745 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xi. Michael Hagenbuch was born September 17, 1746 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xii. Christian Hagenbuch was born December 17, 1747 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
Children of Andreas Hagenbuch and Anna Maria Margaretha Friedler:
xiii. Michael Hagenbuch was born About 1748 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xiv. Henry Hagenbuch was born About 1751 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xv. Catharina Hagenbuch was born About 1752 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xvi. Maria Hagenbuch was born About 1753 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xvii. Anna Elisabeth Hagenbuch was born April 27, 1754 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xviii. Johannes Hagenbuch was born December 1755 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xix. Magdalena Hagenbuch was born About 1756 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xx. Christina Hagenbuch was born September 2, 1759 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xxi. Anna Margaretha Hagenbuch was born August 24, 1761 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xxii. Johannes Christian Hagenbuch was born October 4, 1763 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
xxiii. Anna Barbara Hagenbuch was born About 1767 in Albany twp Berks Co., PA.
Notes on Andreas Hagenbuch
Ancestor of "Gwen Weikal" . Ancestor of Nancy Cruse .
Earl Peitz claims he was born in Gross Gartach, Stuttgart, Wurttemberg. His older sisters were born in Albany Twp, PA, so how could he have been born in Germany?
He had been married to a Catharina in Wurttemberg before he came to America.
Arrived Philadelphia with his second wife Maria Magdalena and children Barbara and Henry on ship "Charming Nancy" on 8 Oct 1737. His oldest daughter, Catharina, remained behind, and came to America in 1752.
He was naturalized in Philadelphia, living in Albany Twp, in April 1762.
He wrote his will in Albany Township, Berks Co, PA, on 9 Apr 1785. The will was probated on 26 Sep 1785. It named his wife, Maria Margaretha (note; not Maria Magdalena, because it was his third wife), and children to receive a legacy: Henry, Catharina, Maria, Magdalena, Anna Elisabeth, Christina, John, and Anna Barbara. The remainder of his estate, divided into 10 shares, at his wife's decease, to the following children: Michael, Christian, John, Maria, Magdalena, Anna Elisabeth, Christina, Anna
Margareth, Anna Barbara (and Magdalena Probst instead of her mother called Catharina). Mentions that sons Michael and Christian had deeds for land. Wife Maria
Margareth, son-in-law John Reichelderfer, and Michael Hagenbuch, Jr., were executors.
Maria Margaretha and her husband, Andreas Hagebuch, were sponsors at the baptism of Maria Margaretha Ruprecht on March 12, 1759.
Per John Hendricks: "Andreas (Andrew) Hagenbuch is believed to have been the first and only Habenbuch to land on American soil. He came from the Kingdom of
Wirtemberg, Schwabenland, Germany. Born in 1711, he was 26 years of age when he landed at Philadelphia on October 8, 1737 on the ship "Charming Polly" of London, England, Charles Stedman, Master. The ship had sailed from Rotterdam, last of Plymouth and carried 125 men, 25 boys, 197 women and girls for a total of 237 passengers. Upon arrival, he settled in what was then known as "Old
Mangel," at the present Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. His place was in what was called the "Crooked Run".
There he spent the remainder of his life, but no record exists to tell when he died.
Andreas is believed to have had three wives. The first (name unknown) was while in Germany. His second wife, Maria Magdalena, accompanied him on the trip to America. The Ship's List shows the name spelling to be
"Hagabuck". Source: "Pennsylvania Pioneers" Strausberger & Hinke, Vol I, p 189-191. Andreas subsequently took up a warrant for land in The Eck, or Rosenthal as the area was then called. Source: "The Klingaman Family History and Genealogy" by Arthur K.
Klingaman, 1973, revised April 1980, p14.
Andreas wrote his will on the 9th of April, 1785, adding a codicil on the 14th. He died between April 14th 1785, the date of the codicil, and September 26, 1785, the date of probate. His third wife, Maria Margaretha is believed to have died between 1790 and 1800. The abstract of his will can be found on page 357 of "Abstract of Wills of Berks County, Pennsylvania" Volume I, 1752-1798 by Alfred Smith. It reads as follows: "Andreas Hagenbuch -- Albany -- April 9, 1785 - September 26, 1785 (Translated from the German original). Provides for wife, Maria
Margreth. To son, Henry $100. To dau, Catharina $50. besides what she owes me. To
dau, Maria $50. To dau, Magdalena $110. (these $10 she shall have more because she has faults at her eyes). To
dau, Anna Elizabeth $100. To dau, Christina $100. To dau, Anna Margretha $100. To son, John $150. To
dau, Anna Barbara $140. (mentions that "she is unhealthy"). Remembers at wife's decease to following children: Michael, Christian, John, Maria, Magdalena, Anna Elizabeth, Christina, Anna
Margreth, Anna Barbara and Magdalena Probst (instead of her mother Catharine) in 10 shares, but son, Henry and
dau, Catharina shall have none. Sons,Michael & Christian had deeds for land. Wife, Maria
Margreth. Son-in-Law, John Reichelderfer and Michael Hagenbuch are to be executors. Witnessed by John Brobst and Jacob Schmitt."
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