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Johann Leonhart Grammel was born on August 13, 1744 in probably Prussia, Germany. He was the son of Georg Michael Grammel. The last name is spelled Grammling or Krammling on some records.
Anna Elisabeth Hecht was born on June 09, 1757, probably in Hannemannsmühle, Germany. Her father was Johann Hecht.

THE FAMILY OF JOHANN LEONHART GRAMMEL & ANNA ELISABETH HECHT

Johann Leonhart Grammel & Anna Elisabeth HechtJohann Leonhart Grammel & Anna Elisabeth Hecht were married on July 16, 1782 in Weihenzell, Bavaria, Germany. Johann Leonhart was a charcoal burner by occupation. He is listed on daughter Anna Maria's 1811 marriage record as having been a royal prussian subject. Johann Leonhart & Anna Elisabeth had at least three children, two of whom died as infants. Anna Elisabethe Hecht Grammel died on January 18, 1796 in Wüstendorf, Bavaria, Germany. She was age 38 yrs, 7 months, 9 days when she died. Johann died the next month.Johann Leonhart Grammel died on February 27, 1796 in Wüstendorf, Bavaria, Germany. He was age 51 yrs, 6 months, 14 days when he died. The records for this family are in the churchbooks at Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirchengemeinde in Wernsbach bei Ansbach, Bayern, Germany.

The Children of Johann Leonhart Grammel & Anna Elisabeth Hecht

Johann Stephan GrammelJohann Stephan Grammel was born on October 9, 1784 in Wüstendorf, Bavaria, Germany. He only lived for 6 days. Johann Stephan Grammel died in the night from October 14 to 15, 1784 in Wüstendorf, Bavaria, Germany.
Stillborn Child GrammelStillborn Child Grammel was born dead during the night of October 1 to 2, 1788 in Wüstendorf, Bavaria, Germany.
Anna Barbara Grammel Anna Barbara Grammel was probably born about 1790 in Wüstendorf, Bavaria, Germany. Her marriage record lists her as being the "legal second daughter" of her deceased father. Anna Barbara married Johann Matthias Schrotberger on June 9, 1811 in Ansbach, Bavaria, Germany. The marriage is listed in the churchbooks at the Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirchengemeinde in Wernsbach, Bavaria, Germany. At the time of their marriage, Johann Matthias was listed as being a "royal bavarian subject and tenant in Pfaffenkreut". His father was listed as being a royal bavarian subject, and Anna Barbara's deceased father was listed as having been a royal prussian subject. According to German historian Matthias Gorzolka, "It is important to know that it is a marriage between an prussian and a bavarian subject, which means that they not only needed the license from their church authorities but also from the worldly administrations. I believe that the bavarian Sixtus Wolfgang Schrotberger was a catholic, because it would be very unusual for a protestant to be called Sixtus." Johann Matthias and Anna Barbara had at least 4 children; the oldest, John George Schrotberger, may have been adopted. Johann Matthias was a "Gütler" (a farmer who only had a small farm), in Wallersdorf, Bavaria. Johann Matthias and Anna Barbara Grammel Schrotberger both died sometime before 1848, probably in Wallersdorf, Ansbach, Bavaria, Germany.
The Family of Johann Matthias Schrotberger & Anna Barbara Grammel