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ANGEL - ENGEL Families

Carroll County, Maryland

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5th great-grandparents Elizabeth ANGEL before 1754-1821 and Johann ZUMBRUN before 1755-1819, to Taneytown, Carroll County, Maryland.

Elizabeth's parents Philip Karl ANGEL (Charles ENGELL) about 1723 Palantine to before 1811 Carroll County, Maryland and Juliana between 1727-1737 to between 1783-1786 of Carroll County, Maryland. Daughter Julia Anna married George Michael Renneker. Philip Karl Angel age 20 arrived September 2, 1743 on the Ship "Loyal Judith". They were active members of the Dutch Reformed Church of Silver Run, Frederick County, Maryland established in 1762 now the St. Mary's Evangelical Lutheran Church of Carroll County, Maryland. The church was established in 1762 and many early burials in the cemetery across the road lack tombstones and early records to 1848 were lost. Some tombstones inscriptions are online. Several Angels are buried in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery in Taneytown, Carroll County, Maryland where Jacob Zumbrun is also buried.

Philip Angel was likely the son of John and Margaret Angel of Frederick County, Maryland.

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