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Descendants of Ewert Muenker (c. 1440-aft. 1503) of Eiserfeld, Germany

 

 

Generation One

 

1. Ewert MUENKER (5133); born between 1440 and 1445; of Eiserfeld, Nassau-Siegen, Germany; married ? Dilthey (5134), daughter of Tillmann Dilthey (5149), circa 1465; died after 1503.[1]

He was owner of iron-works property between 1467 and 1503 at Eiserfeld, Nassau-Siegen, Germany.[2]

 

? DILTHEY (5134) was born circa 1445.[3]

Children of Ewert Muenker (5133) and ? Dilthey (5134) were:

+ 2. i. Tillman (5131), born 1475 at Eiserfeld, Germany; married Treina Fick (5132).

 

 

Generation Two

 

2. Tillman MUENKER (5131); born 1475 at Eiserfeld, Germany; married Treina Fick (5132), daughter of Tonies Fick (5146), before 1495; died between 1535 and 1538 at Muenkerschutten iron-works settlement, Weidenau, Nassau-Siegen, Germany.[4]

He made a gift of iron for the repair of St. Martin's Church in 1512 at Siegen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany. The Muenkershuetten iron-worrks was originally Fickenhuetten. The name changed when Tillman Muenker bought out the other owners and became the sole owner of the Hammer before 1530. He was an Associate Justice of the Court of the Hain (Siegen District Court) in 1535.[5]

 

Treina FICK (5132)[6] was born circa 1475.[7] She died after 1538.[8]

Children of Tillman Muenker (5131) and Treina Fick (5132) were as follows:

+ 3. i. Leisgen (5115), born circa 1495; married Tillmann vor der Hardt (5114); married Tillmann Schutte (5141).

4. ii. Jacob (5135);[9] born circa 1500.[10]

5. iii. Anton (5136);[11] born circa 1500.[12]

6. iv. Jost (5137);[13],[14] born circa 1500.

He was an Associate Justice of the Court of the Hain (Siegen District Court) in 1563 at Siegen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany. He was the Chief Justice of the Court of the Hain (Siegen District Court) between 1577 and 1578 in Siegen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany.[15]

7. v. Hans (5138);[16] born circa 1500.[17]

8. vi. Else (5139);[18] born circa 1500; married Hermann Wenderer (5140) circa 1530.[19]

 

 

Generation Three

 

3. Leisgen MUENKER (5115);[20] born circa 1495;[21] married Tillmann vor der Hardt (5114), son of Henrich vor der Hardt (5358), circa 1525;[22] married Tillmann Schutte (5141) circa 1534; died 1558.[23]

 

Tillmann VOR DER HARDT (5114)[24] was born between 1500 and 1505 at The Haardt ironworks settlement in Weidenau, Nassau-Siegen, Germany. He died in 1533 at The Haardt ironworks settlement in Weidenau, Nassau-Siegen, Germany.[25] For more see Descendants of Hermann auf dem Berge (c. 1405-bef 1463) of Siegen, Germany in the Patt chapter.

Tillmann SCHUTTE (5141) was born circa 1495. He died in 1553.[26]

Children of Leisgen Muenker (5115) and Tillmann Schutte (5141) were as follows:

14. i. Jacob (5142); born circa 1540.[27]

15. ii. Jost (5143); born circa 1540.[28]

16. iii. Anton (5144); born circa 1540.[29]

17. iv. Ebert (5145); born circa 1540.[30]

He was a member of the Bakers Guild in Siegen, Germany.[31]

 

 

 

 

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[1]B. C. Holtzclaw, Ancestry and Descendants of the Nassau-Siegen Immigrants to Virginia, 1714-1750 (Orange, VA: Green Publishers, Inc, 1964), p. 240. Hereinafter cited as Nassau-Siegen Immigrants.

[2]Ibid.

[3]World Family Tree Research, Vol. 1-27 , CD-ROM (Broderbund Software, Inc.), Vol. 14, #1473. Hereinafter cited as World Family Tree.

[4]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 240.

[5]Ibid., p. 241.

[6]Catharina.

[7]Ibid., p. 245.

[8]Ibid., p. 240.

[9]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 241.

[10]World Family Tree, Vol. 14, #1473.

[11]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 241.

[12]World Family Tree, Vol. 14, #1473.

[13]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 240.

[14]World Family Tree, Vol. 14, #1473.

[15]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 240.

[16]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 241.

[17]World Family Tree, Vol. 14, #1473.

[18]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 241.

[19]World Family Tree, Vol. 14, #1473.

[20]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 239.

[21]World Family Tree, Vol. 14, #1473.

[22]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 239.

[23]World Family Tree, Vol. 14, #1473.

[24]called also Tillmann Schutte.

[25]Holtzclaw, Nassau-Siegen Immigrants, p. 239.

[26]World Family Tree, Vol. 14, #1473.

[27]Ibid.

[28]Ibid.

[29]Ibid.

[30]Ibid.

[31]Ibid.