Daniel Harwick: John Frick wrote his last will and testament 15 Oct 1785 in Bucks County, PA. David Shelly and Daniel Harwick were witnesses.
Joseph Harwick b. 1735-1745 d. 1814 m. Christina Phillips. b. abt. 1742
Joseph Harwick, Stark, came from Rensselaer county and settled where our subject resides about 1790. He died about 1815. He was twice married, raised one son, Conrad Harwick, who was born October 10, 1774, and came with his father to Stark, where he died in October, 1862. He served in the war of 1812 at Sackett's Harbor. His wife was Sarah, daughter of Garett and Anna M. Brower. Subject's mother died in 1848. She had five children, three survived: Christina Snell, John P. and Anna M. Gaungs. John P. Harwick was born June 15, 1813, and has always resided here, owning 107 acres. He has been a Whig and Republican. He married in February, 1847, Julia A., daughter of David and Luvina (Brower) Kingsley, and they had one child, James K., born December 26, 1847, who lived with his parents and ran the farm. He married March 11, 1891, Effie, daughter of Berry and Lucy (Ward) Eckler. They have one child, John H. Taken from History of Herkimer County by George A. Hardin and Frank H. Willard, published in 1893
Samuel Harwick b:died About 1796,is one of the earliest Harwicks found of the Pennsylvania Harwick family. Samuel had a number of children.
1. John Harwick
2. Jacob Harwick
3. Samuel Harwick
4. Abner Harwick
5. Abraham Harwick
6. Lewis Harwick
7. Elizabeth Harwick m. Henry Snyder
8. Nancy Harwickm. Phillip Person
9. Hannah Harwick (Stauffer)
It is known through deed records that before Samuel¡¦s death, John Reinhart sold land to him in lower Milford. The land deeds record that his heirs sold the Western half to Samuel¡¦s son John Harwick and the Eastern half to his daughter Hannah (Stauffer).
The heirs of Samuel Harwick: John Harwick, Jacob Harwick, Samuel Harwick, Abner Harwick, Abraham Harwick, Lewis Harwick, Elizabeth (wife of Henry Snyder), Nancy (wife of Phillip Person), Elias Walton (by guardian John Stauffer). Noted as release of dower due to the death of Hannah. 2 Mar 1831.--Bucks County Miscellaneous Deeds.
Samuel Harwick is found in the Bucks Census: SAMUEL HARWICK PG 254 1-2-3-0-0
1. John Harwick
John Harwick is found in the Bucks Census:
„h 1790 - JOHN HARWICK PG 271 2-1-2-0-0
„h 1800 - JOHN HARWICK PG 299 Richland, Bucks PA 0-1-0-0-1-0-1-0-1-0-0
2. Jacob Harwick
Jacob Harwick is found in the 1790 Bucks Census: JACOB HARWICK PG 273 2-3-3-0-0
3. Samuel Harwick2
NOTES FOR SAMUEL HARWICK 2
Samuel Harwick2 married Susana Meyer April 6, 1802, she died 21 Jan 1810. Church records show the marriage and the birth of several children born to Samuel and Susana Harwick:
1. Page 177: Child and Bapt.: Catherine, Parents: Samuel Harwick and Susana, Apr 15, 1804. Witness: John Meyer and Catherine.
2. Page 183: Child: John, Parents: Samuel Harwick and Susana, March 19, 1809, baptism 13 Aug 18
3. Page 223: Samuel Harwick m. Susana Meyer April 6, 1802.
4. Page 277: Samuel Harwick's wife Jan 21, 1810 (Burial Record).
5. Page 278: Samuel Harwick's child Dec. 24, 1811 (Burial Record).
RE: Tohickon Union Church, Bedminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
„h Found in the 1800 Bucks Census: SAMUEL HARWICK PG 245 2-1-0-1-0-3-0-0-1-0-0-0
„h Samuel Harwick2 witnessed the Will of Peter Zuck, yoeman, written 10 Nov 1809 and proved 15 Jun 1812.
4. Abner Harwick
5. Abraham Harwick
6. Lewis Harwick
7. Elizabeth Harwick
„h Will of Elizabeth Harwick, Richland Twnship, 14 Jun 1813, proved 30 Aug 1813, mentions brothers John and Samuel Harwick, a sister Hester and daughters Abigail and Elizabeth.
8. Nancy Harwick
9. Hannah Harwick
There is a deed Jun 1 1849 from William Harwick (1826-1900) to Stephen Maxfield (1811-1884), his stepfather, for 110 acres, and on May 12 1853 William's sister Mary Harwick (1831-1889) deeded 37 adjacent acres to Stephen Maxfield. The McNeil Patent, An Original Essay by A Ross Eckler.
Conrad Harwick1, d 3 Oct 1862, age 87 yrs , 11 mos. , 19 days his wife, Sarah Harwick, d 13 Nov. 1849, age 68 yrs.,21 days OTSQUAK CEMETERY RECORDS VAN HORNESVILLE, HERKIMER COUNTY, NEW YORK (Note: Death year ¡V age puts the birth about Nov/Dec 1774).
Conrad Harwick1 1774-1862: Son of Joost and Christina, Husband of Sarah, Father of Christina, Richard, John, and Anna. By Holly Jean Gresser on Geni
Conrad Harwick2 b. abt. 1750 Germany m Magdalena Meyer 1760, b. Germany
2-1. Susannah b. 1762 d. 1863
2-2. Jacob b. abt. 1773; m. Catherine b. 1777
2-3. Madalene b. 1789 d. 1878 m. Jacob Vosburgh Andreas
2-4. Joannes Joas b. 1785 probably Brunswick, NY
2-5. Andries (Andrew) b. 1789
2-6Rebecca b. 1795
Conrad Harwick2 b: 1740/1750 d: Aft. 1850, is recorded as purchasing land in the McNeil Patent, Herkimer County, New York:
„h Lot 1 was purchased by Conrad Harwick (1740/50-after 1820) on Jan 8 1797. Lot 2 was transferred from Philip (1742-1810) and Anna Harwick, and Conrad and Magdalena Harwick, brothers, to Joseph Harwick, another brother, on Feb 9 1795, for the nominal sale price of 5 pounds sterling. 47 acres from the eastern part of Lot 3 was purchased by Sebastian Shaul (1766-1849), brother of Matthias Shaul, from Christian Wormuth on Sep 12 1799. Jacob Fort (before 1755-1813) took a mortgage from Philip Schuyler on May 16 1795 on Lot 4; Peter Fort (1770-1859), perhaps a son of Jacob, sold the western 70 acres of Lot 4 to Sebastian Shaul on Apr 7 1804. (For the record, Lot 5 of L'Hommedieu Patent, to the north of Lot 4, was sold by Thomas Crill to Peter Rickert on Feb 1 1812.). The McNeil Patent, An Original Essay by A Ross Eckler.
Catherine Harwick, widow of John Harwick, late of Milford Twp., is now deceased. John's children Benjamin Harwick, Susanna Fluck, Samuel Harwick, Emma Jordan, John S. Harwick, Milton Harwick (deceased, children Mary Hagadom, Eugene Harwick, Sallie Hawick, Ida Harwick, and Alice Harwick--by guardian Benjamin Kline), William Harwick (deceased only child Priscilla Zuck*), and Amanda Shelly (deceased, children Clinton H. Shelly, Minerva Cressman, Isben Shelly, and Ida Shelly, last two minors) and Kate Weaver (deceased, children Calvin A. Weaver and Minnie A. Weaver) acknowledge payment of dower by Genoah Jordan and Benjamin Harwick. Apr 6, 1907. pg 602, Book 334 from Bucks County, Miscellanious Deeds 1687-1910 by Thomas G. Myers. Google Books.
1860 census, Milford, Bucks, PA: 896-911: John Harwick 40 PA / Catherine 36 PA / Benjamin 16 PA / Susanna 12 PA / Samuel 10 PA / Amanda 8 PA / Milton 8 PA / William 7 PA / Emaline 4 PA / Child 3/12
1870 census #40-43 shows John Harwick, Catherine, Susanna, Milton, Samuel, Emma, Amanda, Catherine 8, and John 6.
„h #32-37 is a 62 year old "huckster" by the surname of Harwick, given name not clear.
„h #28-32 thru 31-36 is a list of families by the name that appears "Suck" but is probably "Zuck" being heads of home: George 45, John 37, Rueben 50, Peter 76, and John 28.
„h #25-29 shows John Harwick 38, PA, Huckster, $4500/$1200, Mary 37 PA, Emaline 14 PA.
„h #24-28 is Rueben Harwick 33 PA, Huckster and Amanda 29 PA,
Joseph Harwick: b: 4 July 1788 d: 4 Jul 1866 Brigdton, PA. m. Eve Frankenfield.b: 16 Feb 1792 d: 31 Jul 1852. Burial Upper Tinicum, PA. Eve Frankenfield was the daughter of Adam (Philipp Adam) and Elizabeth (Strawsnyder) Frankenfield.
Oct 29, 1832, Samuel Frankenfield is trustee for Margaret Frankenfield a lunatic. Adam Frankenfield, her guardian, died in Jan. 1832
June 5, 1833 Adam Frankenfield died dec. 5., 1832. His children and grandchildren to John Strawsnyder; Samuel, Elisabeth, w/o Joseph Gares, Eve, w/o Joseph Harwick, Susanna, w/o Jacob Kram, Simon and Christian, deceased, w/o Joseh Garis
Joseph Harwick: The Will of Joseph Harwick, written 9 Sep 1852 and proved 21 Jul 1866 names children: Aaron, Caroline George, Matilda Harwick and a granddaughter Elizabeth Harwick. Bucks County Will Abstracts.
¡§The local potteries of the German settlements in eastern Pennsylvania seem to have been confined almost entirely to the counties of Montgomery and Bucks.¡¨¡K ¡§Between the years 1780 and 1880 the following named persons operated potteries in this section : Jacob Sigafoos, Jacob Kintner, Andrew Greaser, Abra- ham Weaver, John Haring, Charles and Hugh Kintner, David Haring, Joseph Harwick, Jacob Taney and Son, John Herstine, Sr., John and Patrick McEntee, Michael McEntee, Jacob and Philip Scheetz, John Herstine, Jr., John Mondeau, Jared R. Haring, Peter Herstine and Brothers, Cornelius Herstine, John G. Rieley and David Herstine.¡¨ Tulip ware of the Pennsylvania-German potters; a historical sketch of the art of slip-decoration in the United States.
1850 Census, Nockamixon, Bucks County, Pennsylvania # 248-248; Joseph Harwick 62 PA, farmer $2000, Eve 58 PA,Matilda 33 PA, Aaron 26 PA carpenter, Catherine 23 PAschool ?, Elizabeth 11 PA, Saml (Samuel) 10/12 PA.