The Staudts of Pa come directly from the Palatinate and seem to be divided into two groups, that of Berks and that of Bucks Co. On Aug 30 1737, there landed at Philadelphia, John Jacob, Johannes and Hanns Adam Staudt, and on September 24th of the same year, Peter Staudt. These four, it is claimed, were brothers. The following year, Peter and Daniel arrived, and in 1741 another Peter, and these were joined in 1744 by George Wilhelm. It is believed that all of the above named were related. John Jacob settled at what is now Perkasie, and was the father of the following children: Abraham, Henry K. Jacob, Hannah, Magdalena, Annie Margaret. Abraham was a man of prominence in his day, serving during the Revolution as a member of the Committee on Safety, also of the Committee of Obesevation, member of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 and of the Convention of 1789-90. The Stouts of Lehigh and Northampton Counties are chiefly descendants of the Bucks Group.
-Stoudt family,History of Lehigh Co, Pa by Charles Rhoads Roberts, 1914.
I have read reports that Eva Elisabeth arrived with her father, John Kuechle, and two sister. They were reported to be redemptioner and lived in Oley Twp.?Church records also mentioned that they were from Oley Twp.
Berks Co Records-
Berks Co. notables, Col. J Kichlein
1753 Berks Co,Oley Twp. Tax list-
Their seems to be to many coincidences between the two families for Eva Elisabeth not to be a Kuechline.Both families serving on Committee's during the Rev War.
If Eva Elisabeth was born in 1719 and her mother died in 1721 and her father remarried in 1722, then Anna Margaretha Hanh would have been the only mother she would have known.