I did a big OOPPS before I posted my last response.I forgot to look at offspring by second wives.So here is some information in case you do not already have it.
Johann Theib WEINBRENNER b Abt. 1711 in Baden Palatinate, Germany, d 29 Sep 1753 in Germany or ship coming to America, aka Johann Thieb Winebrenner
On 26 Jul 1735, in Baden Palatinate, Germany, Germany, married
Catherine UMN, b 1715 Baden Palatinate, Germany, d 20 Sep 1755, Hanover, York, Pennsylvania, USA
Offspring of Johann Theib and Catherine
Johann Christian [Catherine] WEINBRENNER, b 10 Jul 1735, Baden Palatinate, Germany, d 17 Nov 1815 in Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland, USA, aka Johann Christian Winebrenner
Other offspring of Johann Theib and Catherine are Anthony, Johann Peter, Johann George, Katrina, Anne Gertraut, and Wolfgang.
Johann Christian Winebrenner married first wife Christiana Wyand on 30 Aug 1758 in York, Pennsylvania, USA
Christiana Wyand, b 1740 in York, Pennsylvania, USA, d. 1806, Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland, USA
Offspring of Johann Christian and Christiana: John Jacob, Peter, Christian, Catherine, Johann Peter, Sebastian, Christiana, and Philip Christian (I am a descendent of Philip).
The following information on the second wife of Johann Christian WEINBRENNER is questionable, especially Amelia because I have her as being born in 1814 when Johann Christian was 79.Either her year of birth is wrong or I have the wrong father and mother.
Married 2nd wife Anna Maria ?? Abt. 1785 in Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland, USA
Offspring of Johann Christian and Anna Maria:
Johannes [Ann Maria] WEINBRENNER, b 13 Aug 1787 in Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland, USA, d. 09 Oct 1787 in Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland, USA
Amelia [Ann Maria] WEINBRENNER, b. 22 Sep 1814 in Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland, USA d. 12 Jul 1860 in Story, Iowa, USA
Amelia Weinbrenner (aka Amelia Winebrenner) married George Mc Cann MAXWELL.
I, too, have a boat load of information on the Winebrenners about this time. But I am always looking to increase accuracy of my Winebrener/Winebrenner family tree and welcome any corrections. I still need help on the Amelia and George in my previous response.
Doing research on the Winebrenners during this period is really nasty for the following reasons:
1. Brothers and sisters named their siblings with many of the same names (William, Peter, John, Mary, Henry, etc.), making proper connections between parents and children difficult because the cousins were born about the same time.
2. Three different spellings of Winebrenner, Winebrener, Weinbrenner were used in the records.
3. Many Winebrenners went by their first name, middle name, or both in the records.
4. There were some Winebrenner intermarriages.
5. And, yes, the families were very large by today's standards
I hope this information has helped you.Please let me know if you are looking for any for any other information in the Winebrener/Winebrenner Tree.