A document for Adam Bangle was found in the Quebec Archives. Circa 1788, he was requesting a land from the authorities in Montreal, saying he left his farm in New York State (on the Mohawk River) and that he went to Canada and fight with the Loyalists during the Rebellion War. In the document, he said he was born in Germany and came to the New World circa 1775. He said he was now living in Terrebonne (Quebec).
By a PURE coincidence, I found out in a notary index another document for Adam Bangle.It is written in French and it is his will.
Done on December 1, 1799, in Terrebonne (Quebec), Adam Bangle, a shoemaker living in the village of Terrebonne and native from Germany, has requested the notary to come to his house, consisting of only one room, because he is in bed, sick, and he wants to leave his things in order.
He leaves everything to his beloved wife, MARIE DAVIS.
Should his wife die, he leaves everything to his children born from his union with Marie Davis, i.e. WILLIAM BANGLE and CATHERINE BANGLE, the latter being married to JACOB SMITH, miller from the village of Terrebonne.
He also has another son from his marriage with Marie Davis, JEAN BANGLE (JOHN), living OUT of the province (i.e. Quebec) being excluded from the will for reasons already known by his son JEAN.
Source: Pierre Laforce, Notary, December 1, 1799, Piece No. 158, Archives nationales du Québec (Montréal).