Peter ENGLE vs Daniel RENNER and Nathan BAKER John RENNER d/ 1799 intestate, leaving as eldest, a daughter, - Catherine w/o Michael KESSELRING who elected to take the estate. About 1808, Daniel RENNER, s/o John, instituted a suit to recover his share and assigned it to Nathan BAKER. In 1809, Daniel RENNER, for use of Nathan BAKER, recovered Judgment against Peter ENGLE for 600 pounds cm for damages and 387 pounds of tobacco. It was claimed Daniel owed the estate fees for boarding, washing, lodging and other things charged to Daniel, which he agreed to pay. By 1 Jan 1811, Daniel RENNER had left the state of Maryland to parts unknown. Peter ENGLE, Baltzer FOGLE and Conrad SHAFER were bound to Daniel RENNER for 1500 pounds current money, dated 21 Jan 1811.
Census Records | Vital Records | Family Trees & Communities | Immigration Records | Military Records Directories & Member Lists | Family & Local Histories | Newspapers & Periodicals | Court, Land & Probate | Finding Aids