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Submitted to Brendel Brendle Brindel Brindle Forum by Lorraine Adams Douglass - January 8, 2000.


 

Timeline for Johannes "John" Brendel Sr.

 

June 23, 1746, Berks County, PA -- Birth: born to Johann Georg and Eva Catharina Frey Brendel.

 

1767 Berks County, PA -- Marriage: to Margaret Unknown b. 1750 Chester County, PA.

 

6/8/1769 Heidelberg, Berks County, PA -- Birth of son, John Brendel Jr. - Johannes John Brendel Sr. and Margaret parents.

 

5/19/1772 Berks County, PA -- Birth of daughter, Elizabeth Brendel.

 

5/16/1773 NC -- Dr. Jacob Bonn asks permission from the Moravian Church to have his brother-in-law Brendel in his house for a few days.  Records state that Brendel has moved from PA and is waiting for his family.

 

5/22/1773 NC -- At end of the week, four more families came from PA to settle in Wachovia - one is Brendel.

 

12/28/1775 Surry County, NC -- Birth of son, George Samuel Brendel.

 

1778 Rowan County, NC -- Tax Lists: John Brindle, 213 acres Capt. Lyons Dist.

 

abt 1780 Surry County, NC -- Birth of son, John Brendel (the 2nd one named John).

 

abt 1780 Surry County, NC -- Birth of son, Joseph Brendel.

 

abt 1780 Surry County, NC -- Birth of daughter, Margaret Brendel.

 

abt 1783 Surry County, NC -- Birth of daughter, Mary Brendel.

 

abt 1784 Surry County, NC -- Birth of daughter, Rachel Brendel.

 

11/23/1785 Surry County, NC -- Bond: from John Brendel of Rowan County, NC to John Rightz of Salem, Surry County, NC in the sum of 120 pounds of Pennsylvania currency.  The condition of this obligation is such that whereas the above bounden John Brendel for himself and his heirs or Executors has transferred all his rights and titles of all of everything or things which was bequeathed unto him from his deceased parents, George and Eva Brendel, lately deceased in Berks County in the State of Pennsylvania, by the last will and testament of the said George Brendel deceased for the sum of 60 pounds in hand paid unto the above said John Brendel the receipt whereof he does hereby acknowledge. Now if the said John Brendel for himself his Heirs and Executors, do faithfully abide by and stand to the bargain agreed upon by himself and John Rightz, without any fraud at present or in time to come then this obligation to be void or else to stand and remain in full force and virtue in law. Witnesses Phillip Transu, Lewis Blum.

 

10/17/1786 -- Charles Biles lets John Brendle, both of Rowan County, NC have 106 acres on the south side of Dutchmans Creek next to Conrod Graves, for 80 pounds. Witnessed by William Roberts & William Butler and proved by the latter in 2/1787 (this is part of the hundred acres granted by the State to said Biles in 1784 and is all that is on the south side of said creek).

 

2/10/1787 -- Deed: from Charles Biles to John Brandle for 100 acres 10/17/1786 proved by William Butlar.

 

3/1/1787 -- John Brindle, a planter, signs like a German, lets George Beriger, a farmer, both of Rowan County, NC have 106 acres on Dutchmans Creek on south side, beginning on the corner of William Roberts (or Robertson) at a pine and a hickory tree, going east 76 perches with the line of said Robertson to Dutchmans Creek, down the various courses of West with the original line 50 chains to the beginning, (but excepts that quarter of an acre which is now paled in as a burial place, for 80 pounds NC money. Witness by a German and William Butler, and proved by the latter in May Court of 1788 (this is part of State Grant to Charles Biles).

 

6/8/1787 Surry County, NC -- Birth of sons Daniel and David Brendel.

 

5/10/1788 -- Deed: from John Brindle to George Berger for 106 acres, March 1, 1787, proved by William Butler.

 

9/28/1788 Rowan County, NC -- Birth of son Henry Brendel Sr.

 

4/7/1789 Surry County, NC -- John Rightz receives on the bond dated 11/23/1785 from John Brendel 30 pounds.

 

4/16/1789 Surry County, NC -- Son John Brendel Jr. marries Mary Ann Starr d/o Casper Starr Sr and Catherine Unknown. Jacob Bonn, Bondsman.

 

3/19/1790 Surry County, NC -- Birth of son Abraham Brendel.

 

1790 Rowan County, NC -- Census: Salisbury District-John as HOH-4 males under 6, 2 males over 16, 6 females, 1 slave.

 

abt 1793 Surry County, NC -- Birth of daughter Rosanna Brendel.

 

8/8/1794 -- Deed: from Abraham Hendrickson to John Brindel for 72 acres on Ellis Creek next to Peter Brunds, Robert Johnston, Joseph Wolfsoale, Thomas Job and David Hendrix, June 9, 1794, proved by John Ellis, for 50 pounds. Witness: Henry Henry.

 

4/1/1795 -- Jacob Stallings lets John Brandle, both of Rowan County, NC have 122 acres on Yadkin River next to Loan and Felty Fry, for 50 pounds. Witnessed by John W. Glossing and John Eccles and proved by the latter in 5/1795. 12/20/1791, State grant #2101 at 50 shillings the 100 acres, to Jacob Stallings, 450 acres on the north side of the Yadkin River next to John Davis, James Davis and Felby Fry on the north side of branch.

 

5/8/1795 -- Deed: from Jacob Stallings to John Brindle for 122 acres 4/1/1795 proved  by John Eccles. 

 

6/7/1795 Surry County, NC -- Birth of son William Brendel.

 

9/1/1795 Stokes County, NC -- Son George Samuel Brendel marries Mary Maria Long d/o Friederich Long and Sarah Gross. John Brendle, Bondsman.

 

bet 1795-1800 NC -- Birth of son Chris Brendel.

 

abt 1797 Surry County, NC -- Daughter Elizabeth Brendel marries Robert Swan s/o Benjamin Swan.

 

6/7/1797 -- John Brendle, a German, of Lincoln County, NC lets William Cook of Rowan County, NC have 72 acres on Ellis Creek next to Peter Brunt, Robert Johnston, Joseph Wolfscale, Thomas Job and David Hendricks for 40 pounds. Witnessed by James Aytcheson and Peter Roctor. Proved by the latter in 11/1797.

 

12/25/1797 Lincoln County, NC -- Deed: John Biles/Boyles to John Brindle, both of Lincoln County, NC for 70 pounds, 150 acres be the same more or less. Certain tract of land the said John Biles bought of the Polks beginning at a hickory on a side north east of a branch of runs (?) thence north 27 east 110 poles to a pine thence south 63 west 220 poles crossing the branch to a stake thence south 27 east 110 poles to a stake thence to the beginning.

 

ca 1797 Lincoln County, NC -- John marries Mary Unknown.

 

10/1/1798 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claims 60 acres bordering Henry Hildebrand and John Kawee.

 

1800 Lincoln County, NC -- Census: John as HOH-1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-20, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 40-50, 2 females under 10, 1 female 16-26, 1 female 40-50.

 

3/24/1800 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claims 100 acres on waters of Little Indian Creek bordering Polk and Pile.

 

abt 1800 NC-- Son John Brendel marries Unknown.

 

abt 1800 NC-- Son Joseph Brendel marries Unknown.

 

2/12/1800 Surry County, NC-- Son Daniel Brendel marries Susannah Weatherman d/o Christian Weatherman and Margaret Unknown. John Weatherman, Bondsman.

 

3/29/1800 Howards Creek, NC-- Johannes Brindle sells 200 A on waters of Howards Creek 29 Mar. 1800 LC DB 19:504 that he entered 7 Apr. 1795.

 

8/16/1800 Lincoln County, NC-- Daughter Margaret Brendel marries Joseph Beavins.

 

1/27/1801 Lincoln County, NC-- Daughter Mary Brendel marries Jesse Nearen.

 

8/13/1802 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claims 100 acres on the waters of Little Indian Creek bordering Polk and Pile.

 

11/15/1802 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claims 70 acres on waters of Potts Creek bordering McKisick, Lewis Warlick and his own land.

 

1805 Lincoln County, NC -- Capt. Yoders Tax List: John Brindel, 100 acres.

 

12/13/1805 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claims 50 acres on waters of Potts Creek bordering David Shuford.

 

8/15/1806 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claim 75 acres on waters of Howard Creek bordering David Shuford.

 

7/7/1807 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brindle 50 acres on waters of Jacobs Fork bordering Richard Johnston and his own land.

 

7/7/1807 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claims 30 acres on the waters of Potts Creek bordering his own land.

 

4/19/1808 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claims 25 acres on waters of Jacob Fork bordering his own land.

 

12/1/1808 Lincoln County, NC -- Daughter Rachel Brendel marries John L. Lingerfelt Sr. s/o Johann "John" Michael Lingerfelt and Molly Unknown.

 

4/18/1809 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brandle claims 150 acres on waters of South Fork bordering Joseph Abernathy and Henry Miller.

 

1810 Lincoln County, NC -- Census: John as HOH, 1 male under 10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 40-50, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 40-50.

 

6/5/1810 Lincoln County, NC -- Son Henry Brendel Sr. marries Mary Bivens. John Brindel, Bondsman.

 

aft 1810 NC -- Son Chris Brendel marries Unknown.

 

1811 Lincoln County, NC -- Deed: John Brindle to Joseph Brindle. Sum 70 pounds. All that tract of land lying and being on the waters of Indian Creek including the place where said Joseph Brindle lives and beginning at a large Hollow Chestnut on the line of the original grant thence south 60 west 140 poles to a Black Oak, a corner of said tract, then another original line north 29 west 110 poles to a stake and pointers thence with Biles line north 60 east 148 poles to a stake in a field on Biles line then south 22 east 110 poles to the beginning containing by estimation 99 acres be the same more or less said land is part of a grant conveyed from Polk to John Biles as sundry records will fully and clearly appear. John Brindle signs. Witnesses Adams Segale and Daniel Love.

 

4/3/1811 Lincoln County, NC -- Daughter Rosanna Brendel marries Daniel Lingerfelt s/o Johann "John" Michael Lingerfelt and Molly Unknown.

 

2/14/1813 Lincoln County, NC -- Son David Brendel marries Abygail Boyles d/o John Boyles Sr. and Margaret Unknown.

 

5/18/1815 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brindle 50 acres on Indian Creek.

 

7/6/1815 Lincoln County, NC -- Deed: From John Brendel to William Tucker for the sale of 50 acres of land.

 

10/27/1818 Lincoln County, NC -- Granted: John Brindle 30 acres on Indian Creek. 

 

1820 Lincoln County, NC -- Census: John as HOH, 1 male over 45, 1 female over 45.

 

1822 Lincoln County, NC -- Johannes "John" Brendel dies.

 

1/1822 Lincoln County, NC -- John's widow, Mary Brindle relinquishes her right to administer his estate and David Brindle is appointed administrator with Joseph Brindle his security.

 

1822 Lincoln County, NC -- Estate Records of John Brindle--Administrators: David Brindle and Joseph Brindle. Widow: Mary. Also mentioned, sons John and Joseph and son-in-law John Lingerfelt

 

1/1822 Lincoln County, NC -- Commissioners layed out a years maintenance for the widow and family.

 

1/1822 Lincoln County, NC -- Administrator is authorized to sell John's personal estate to pay debts.

 

3/12/1822 Lincoln County, NC --Mary Brindle, widow of John Brindle is paid $17.75 and makes mark.

 

10/1822 Lincoln County, NC -- Administrator represents to the Court that there is insufficent funds from sale of personal property of John to settle debts.  Administrator authorized by the Court to sell 13 acres of land lying on Indian Creek joining Joseph Brindle and Nat Micheson.

 

1/1823 Lincoln County, NC -- Court order to Settle Estate.

 

7/1823 Lincoln County, NC -- Court order to Settle Estate.

 

10/1823 Lincoln County, NC -- Court order to Settle Estate - Major Hull, Peter Hoyle and Danl Hoke, Esquires or any two of them are ordered to settle the estate and report to next term, 1/1824.

 

1824 Lincoln County, NC -- Sale of the 13 acres of land lying on Indian Creek for $16.00.

 

1824 Lincoln County, NC -- Report: signed by Major Hull and Peter Hoyle "condition of the estate". Amount in estate $87.75. Amount of vouchers/debs $59.89. $27.85 remaining in the hands of the Administrator and yet to be accounted for.

 

9/13/1824 Lincoln County, NC -- Deed: Joseph Brindle to Peter Michael. Sum of $300 has sold tract of land in the County of Lincoln on Indian Creek. Beginning at a Hickory the original, beginning of land thence crossing the branch and running north 27 east 110 poles to a pine then south 63 west 220 poles crossing the branch to a stake then south 27 east 110 poles to the beginning containing 153 acres. Said land was conveyed by Polk to John Biles and from John Biles to John Brindle as on record will fully appear. Joseph Brindle signs. Witnesses Daniel Michaels and Jonathan Ingold. Proved 1826.

 

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Dorothy Bonar
Christopher Boyles
Mike Brendel
Renita Brendle
Zelia H. Cline
Donald L. Davis
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Peggy Nerren Grisamore
Haywood County Heritage - North Carolina, Vol. I
Pat Kilgore
LDS FamilySearch.org
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Bob Moses
North Carolina Marriage by Nicholas R. Murray
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Larry Starr
Phil Sulser
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