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Abraham "Old Abe" Peter Lingenfelter (iml1006)

Father: John George (Johann Jorg) Lingenfelter (iml206)
Mother: Eva Magdalene Degen

b. June 27, 1730, baptised July 2, 1730 in Steinweiler, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany [Carnicle]

d. 1814 in Bedford (now Blair) County, Pennsylvania [Carnicle]

m. Anna Barbara,

Issue: [Carnicle]

George Valentine, b. October 1, 1754 in Frederick, Maryland, d. June 3, 1805 in Berkely County, West Virginia

m. Magdalena

Eve Catherine, b. April 17, 1757 in Frederick, Maryland

m. Simon Claar, bc. 1732 in Germany, d. September 19, 1812 in Bedford (now Blair) County, PA.

George Adam, b. April 15, 1759 in Frederick, Maryland, d. July 5, 1829 in Sproul, Pennsylvania.

m. Margaret Dively, bc. 1764 in Hagerstown, Maryland, d. May 22, 1842 in Claysburg, Greenfield Township, Blair County, PA

Anna Barbara, b. December 4, 1760 in Frederick, Maryland

m. Jacob Adam Dively

Jacob "Constable Jacob", b. January 7, 1762, dc. 1847 inear Klahr, Blair/Bedford County, Pennsylvania

m. Margaret Neff, b. August 18, 1768, dc. 1850 in Sproul, PA

Eva Margaret, b. December 28, 1762

Christian, bc. 1763, d. 1849 near Newry, Blair County, Pennsylvania

m. Magdalena Wilt

Elizabeth wife of Peter Imler (iml2001), bc. 1765

Roseanne, b. July 12, 1774, d. December 28, 1825 of milk sickness, buried in the Old Warner Cemetery, Randolph Township, Montgomery County, Ohio [Ogden]

m. January 12, 1795 in Woodbury Township, Bedford County, PA, Jacob Warner, b. January 12, 1775, d. June 23, 1835 in Randolph Township, Montgomery County, Ohio


April 22, 1752:
Newly arrived in America, Abraham was granted a parcel of 100 acres a few miles northwest of Frederick, Maryland. [Newton]

April 17, 1758:
Abraham was living in Fredrick Town, Maryland and granted naturalization. [Cartwright]

Abraham game a piece of land to the Trustees of the Dutch Calvinist (Reformed) Church. [Cartwright]

Abraham of the "Sharpsburgh One Hundred" section of Washington County, took the "Oath of Fidelity and Support to the State of Maryland." He was listed as belinging to Captain John Moddaugh's Company in Frederick County's Colonial Muster and Payrolls, Folio 172. [Cartwright]

Before 1790:
Abraham and most of his children moved to Pennsylvania. They become some of the first settlers in the Klar-Sarah Furnace area, present day Greenfield Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania. [Cartwright]

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