Dodderer, George Philip, of Falkner's Swamp, carpenter, bought of Hans Neues, of Northern Liberties, on Dec 22, 1722, 100 acres. He made a will on the 19th of Oct 1741, and died on the 6th of the following month. His wife Veronica, survived him until 1752. Their children, Michael, Bernhard (who settled in New Hanover), Anna Elizabeth married 1st Michael Zimmerman and 2nd to Jacob Korr, Hiieronimus, Barbara married Jacob Markley of Skippack and Conrad.
Hieronimus, s/o Phiip, died Nov, 1727 left a widow, Catharine, who shortly married Michael Krause, and two daughters, Veronica born Jan 7, 1725, married Philip Yost, died Dec 7, 1798, Agnes born Feb 14, 1727, married Jost Bitting, died Nov 2, 1785. Conrad, youngest son of George Philip, was born 1712, and died Jan 1801. His wife, Magdalena, to whom he was married in Jan, 1732, died Aug 21, 1797. Children; Christian, Jacob, Conrad, appears to have married Margaret Pennebacker, d/o Peter of Skippack, and migrated to Frederick, MD. John of Frederick township born Nov20, 1751 and died Feb 1. 1835, Abraham, Catharine, Christna, Susanna, Elizabeth and Magdalena who married Feb 28, 1786 to Peter Esterlein of New Hanover twp.
Dotterer, Michael of Falkner's Swamp, s/o George Philip, married Anna Maria Fisher, d/o Jacob and Sophia Fisher. Children, Anna Sophia, born March 5, 1726, Anna Veronica born Sep 5, 1727, Philip, Aug 30, 1729, John Conrad, May 10, 1731, Maria Margaret, June 27, 1733, Michael, Oct 31, 1753, Jacob, July 4, 1737, a son born Jan 22, 1739, twins born Nov 18, 1741, died in infancy, and Anna Maria, born Jan 4, 1745
Dederer, John Ludwig arrived in the ship Molly, 1727. He settled in Fredrick township, New Hanover Lutheran Church recorded 3 of his children's confirmation, Zacharias aged 18, Maria Barbara, age 15, and Anna Maria, age 14.
Balthas Faust was and early comer. In Jan 1728, he was one of the bondsmen on the bond given by Catharine Krauss, admin., and widow of Hieronimus Doderer, deceaed.
Krauss, Michael, on the 9th of Oct, 1728 bought of Humphrey Morrey and John Budd 170 acres. His wife, Catharine, w/o Hieronimus Doderer. Their children, George, Mary, married Peter Smith, Elizabeth, Salome married Michael Renn, Catharine married Jacob Beltz, Daniel and Michael.
Taxables in Frederick 1734 included George Philip Dotterer Michael Dotterer.
1785 taxables included Conrad Dotterer, John Dotterer, Michael Dotterer, Philip Dotterer.
Frederick twp. Rev War, the names of persons enrolled in Capt. Michael Dotterer is incomplete, but included John Dotterer
Frederick twp. War of 1812, included Conrad Dotterer, John Dotterer
Antes, Henry and wife Christina, were Anna Catharine, 1726, Anna Margaret, 1728, Philip Frederick, 1730, William, 1731, Elizabeth, 1734, John Henry, 1738, John, 1740, Mary Madgalena, 1742, Benigna 1748. His widow Christina Anter in 1757 married Bernhard Dodderer of New Hanover, She died 5 Oct 1782 in Northumberland Co.
Antes, Elizabeth, was married 1st to George Philip Dotterer of Frederick twp. Children, Benigna born 1753 married John Yost, Anna born 1756 married John Bernhardt, Elisabeth born 1759 married Henry Dukehart, died at Baltimore, Herny born 1762 married Anna Davis of Limerick township, and died in Camden, NJ, Mary born 1764, married George Freyer, Frederick born 1769 died in Limerick. George Philip Dotterer carried on the business of an inn-keeper in Limerich, he died Aug 23, 1771. His widow married on the 23rd of April, 1772 to Rev. Nicholas Pomp, and they had one child, Thomas, born Feb 5, 1773. Elizabeth Pomp, nee Antes died May 20, 1812 at Easton, PA.
New Hanover twp
Yost, Philip or as Jost, emigrated from Nassau, about 1740. He was born in Limerick township and married Veronica Dotterer. Children; John, Harman and Philip and several daughters. Philip Yost died Aug 24, 1757 in his 87th year. His son Philip was born Aug 24, 1757. He married to Rosina Berminger in 1783 and had children, Magdalen, w/o Henry Sheffey, Tobias, Jacob, Benjamin, Salome, w/o Frederick Linderman, Rosina, w/o Jacob Schlichter, Herman, Jonans, Sarah, w/o Samuel Gilham and Philip.