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Notes for Anna Maria (Mary) Steiner:
LDS film #974.812 K2h, Montgomery Co, Pa., recorded by:John T. Humphrey.
"The Little Lutheren Church"
Back in 1771, this area was known as Northampton County, Pa.Today it is known as Salisbury Twp., Lehigh Co, Pa
James E. Kunkle, Oct 1996
Kunkle Cemetery, Blacklick Twp., Indiana Co., Pa
Cemetery listing shows 90 yrs 8 mos 1 day old
More About Anna Maria (Mary) Steiner:
Fact 1: November 03, 1861, Kunkle Cemetery, Blacklick Twp., Indiana Co., Pa
Notes for Johannes John Kunkle:
Census:1820 Blacklick Twp., pg 5 line 56 bottom of page.
Notes for Johannes John Kunkle:
Census: 1820 Blacklick Twp., pg 5 line 56 bottom of page.
1830 Blacklick Twp., pg 213 line 4.
1830 Blacklick Twp., pg 10
Will written 13 Jul 1835 in Blacklick Twp.,
Filed on 05 January 1850
Will Book #1,#1019, page 701
Indiana County Courthouse, Indiana, Pa
I John Kunkle, of Blacklick Township, Indiana County, being of sound memory and in good health but considering it expedient to settle my worldly affairs, do hereby ordain the following as for my Last Will and Testament.
FIRST:I desire all my Just debts to be paid as soon as conveniently be done after my decease.
SECONDLY: I give, devise and bequeath unto My Beloved Wife Mary should she be living at my decease- as follows--Viz. The use of the little room back of the kitchen together with use of the kitchen in my house during life, and the use of such portion of the garden as she may see fir to occupy, and I give and bequeath unto her one bed and bedding-her spinning wheel and reel and sufficient furniture for her room, and sufficient kitchen utensils to enable her to cook her own food. Also her choice of my cows, - and as a condition of the subsequent devise to My Son William, he is to attend to her Cow and to furnish sufficient fodder and pasture and to deliver to My Wife annually during her natural, twelve bushels of wheat, - One hundred of weight of Bacon and sufficient Tea, Coffee and Sugar and such clothing as she may need, and to furnish sufficient fuel for her fire place, ready chopped at her door. The provisions to be delivered quarterly in advance.
ITEM THREE: In consideration of the foregoing and of the charges hereinafter imposed, I give and devise to my son William Kunkle, in fee simple the Land whereon I reside situate in Blacklick Township, Indiana County adjoining lands of Joseph Repine, William Dairs and Joseph Smith and others containing One Hundred and Fifty acres and allowances and more or less, - he paying unto my sons, John Henry and Jacob, their heirs or legal representatives, the sum of One Hundred dollars each, to be paid in four equal installments computing from my decease.
ITEM FOUR: I give, devise and bequeath the sum of Three Hundred dollars out of my personal estate, should so much remain after satisfying the before mentioned bequests- to be equally divided between My Daughters, Susan, Catharine, Mary, Betsy, and Hannah, and My Son Adam to be paid to them, and the legal representatives of each of them, as may be dead at my decease, provided that My said Daughter Catharine shall Marry again that then she shall have no part of the foregoing legacy, but the same shall be divided between my other four daughters and My Son Adam, All the said legacies to be paid one year after my decease, at which time my Daughter Catharine is to receive her legacy unless she shall have married again previous thereto.
ITEM FIVE: Should there remain and surplus of my personal estate after satisfying the before mentioned Divises and bequests, I give and devise the same to My Sons, John Henry, and Jacob to be equally divided amongst them and the legal representatives of such of them as may be dead,- such representatives to take such share only as my deceased son would have taken if alive.
ITEM SIX: I hereby nominate and appoint My Son John and Henry Kunkle to be executor of this My Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all other Wills.
Witness my Hand and Seal, this 13th day of July 1835.
Signed, sealed, published and declared by Adam Kunkle, as and for his Last Will and Testament, in the presence of us and of each other- the words "in my house" - "the" and "to furnish sufficient fuel for her fireplace ready chopped at the door" and "in fee simple", - interlined before signing.
Before me, David Peelor, Register for the Probate of Wills, and granting letters of administration, in and for said County of Indiana, Personally appeared Thomas White, Esq., on of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing instrament of writing, testifying to be the Last Will and Testament of John Kunkle, late of Blacklick Township, Indiana County, - who being duly sworn according to law, witnest and said that he was personally present, and saw and heard the said Testator sign, seal, publish and declare the foregoing instrament of writing as and for his Last Will and Testament, and that he signed his name as witness to said instrument of writing in the presence and at therequest of the said testator, and the time of signing the same, he - the said testator was of sound and disposing mind, memory and understand to the best of his knowledge, observation and belief- and the foregoing Will and theattestation thereto is in the proper hand writing of this deponent and that in the attestation he has inserted the Christian name of Adam by mistake instead of John...
Sworn and Subscribed this
Fifth day of JanuaryAD 1850Thomas White
David Peeler, Register
More About Johannes John Kunkle:
Burial: Kunkle Cemetery, Blacklick Twp., Indiana Co., Pa
Census: 1810, Blacklick Twp.,9
Mary Kay Fox spells Johannes Kunckel