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7561 Vol. 10, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 79 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1995), contains records from "The German Church" or Zion Church, Manchester, MD, as follows: "Ashton Alexander, son of Frederick and Lea Hoppe, b. 7 Feb. 1834, bp. 20 Apr 1834. Sponsors: Frederick and Catherine Werbel." (Note that Catherine Snouffer Hoppe Werbel was Frederick's mother.) Hoppe, Ferdinand Frederick Jr (I2889)
 
7562 Vol. 10, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 79 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1995), contains records from "The German Church" or Zion Church, Manchester, MD, as follows: "Ashton Alexander, son of Frederick and Lea Hoppe, b. 7 Feb. 1834, bp. 20 Apr 1834. Sponsors: Frederick and Catherine Werbel." (Note that Catherine Snouffer Hoppe Werbel was his grandmother.) Hoppe, Ashton F. (I3537)
 
7563 Vol. 10, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 80 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1995), contains records from "The German Church" or Zion Church, Manchester, MD, as follows: "John Calvin, son of Frederick and Lea Hoppe, b. 17 Feb. 1836, bp. 11 Nov. 1836." Hoppe, John Calvin (I3538)
 
7564 Vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 101 (Carroll Cnty Genealogical Soc'y: 1999), lists Mary Byers as the daughter of Frederick Byers and indicates that she is buried next to him in the Krider's cemetery, sec. B, row 14, lot 33. This source also recites her death date, and calculates a birth date from the tombstone indication that she was 21 yrs, 2 month, and 26 days old at the time of her death. It also states that she was "consort of John Bankart" [sic].

According to "Old Krider's Cemetery Inscriptions," vol. 16, Carrolltonian, pp. 10-11 (1996), her tombstone states: "Mary Bankhart | consort of John Bankart | and daughter of | Frederick Byers | who died January 9th | 1837 | Aged 21 years 2 | months and 26 days"  
Beier / Byers, Mary Ann (I377)
 
7565 Vol. 55, Tree 1147: "Gillogly, McCall, Gallogly of OH, IA 1623-1999" (Jan 2000) Source (S654)
 
7566 Vol. 55, Tree 3159: "Worstell, Rex, Vaughan of MO, OK 1615-2000" (Jan 2000) Source (S620)
 
7567 Vol. 8, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 55 (F.S. Weiser, ed; 1994), reprints records of Emanuel Lutheran Church, near Tyrone, MD, as follows: "Simon, son of Abraham and Magdalena Erther, b. 27 July 1801, bp. 13 Sept. 1801. Sponsors: Salomon Erther and Magdalena Baumgarten."

A short biography appears in John N. Boucher & John W. Jordan, "History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania," Genealogical Memoirs, vol. 2, pp. 30-31 (New York; The Lewis Publishing Co.: 1906) :
"Simon Arter ... was born near Strasburg, Maryland, where he was reared an trained to the life of a farmer. In political belief he was a Whig, and afterwards a Republican, and was noted for being upright and liberal in his dealings. He was an active member of the evangelical Lutheran church, and was elected colonel in a militia organization. He married, in 1824, Elizabeth Burger, daughter of Daniel Burger, of Bedford county, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Arter was born in 1806. Her grandfather, Nicholas Burger, emigrated to this country from Switzerland, settling in Bedford county, and in 1806 removed to the section that is now Columbiana county, Ohio. Seven sons and four daughters were born to Colonel and Mrs. Arter.... The death of Colonel Arter occurred February 27, 1883, after a useful an well spent life." 
Arter, Simon (I2761)
 
7568 Vol. 8, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS (F.S. Weiser, ed; 1994), contains records from Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Taneytown, MD, which state (at p. 39): "After proclamation: Peter Masenheimer and Barbara Rheinhard, both single, in Frederick County, Dec. 21, 1801."

Barbara's father's will may be found in Frederick County Will Book GM#3, pp. 422-425. Among other things it provided: "I give and bequeath to my daughter Barbara the Elder one hundred and eleven acres of land that place which I bought of Samuel Chadd and she is to have one hundred and thirty nine acres of land which I bought of Bruce adjoining said Chadds [sic] land the said two hundred and fifty acres of land to my said daughter Barbara and her heirs forever ... and the rest of my estate real and personal not heretofore mentioned be equally divided amongst my son and four daughters above mentioned...." 
Rinehart, Anna Barbara (I2897)
 
7569 Vol. 8, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS (F.S. Weiser, ed; 1994), contains records from Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Taneytown, MD, which state (at p. 39): "After proclamation: Peter Masenheimer and Barbara Rheinhard, both single, in Frederick County, Dec. 21, 1801."

Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), contains records from the Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church which use the spelling "Mesenheimer" when recording baptisms for the various children of Peter and Barbara Masonheimer.

According to Frederick Cnty, MD, Equity Records, Book JS-1, pp. 566-575, Peter died "@ 1815 intestate." The equity reports state that Peter was survived by his wife Barbara and 6 children: Susanna (age 14); Frederick; Mary, Peter; John; Daniel. The reports state:
"The children were all minors, Thomas W. Morgan was named guardian; administrator named was George Reinhart. Sale of real estate was held to settle account as Peter Masonheimer was indebted to Magdalena Reinhart.
"Land Indenture dtd 26 Mar 1811 to Peter Masonheimer of Fr Co from Samuel Feasant (Pheasant) of Fr Co (& wife Elizabeth) for 600 pounds Md currency for part 'Degouir', 13 acres by George Rinhehart on 15 Mar 1794; part 'William's Folly', 5 acres 142 perches, by Peter Erb on 7 Sep 1801; part 'William's Folly', 14 1/2 acres, by Frederick Road on 20 Nov 1806; part 'Ohio', 82 /12 acres by William Owings, exec/o Samuel Owings on 22 Jan 1811 (last one not yet recorded).
"Highest bidder was Magdalena Rinehart [sic] for $1,000; widow, whose name is now Barbara Lippey w/o George, received 2/15 equalling $119.19 1/3; case closed 5 Jul 1819." 
Masonheimer, Peter (I2898)
 
7570 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 18 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Abram, son of Salomon and Katy Örder, b. 3 Apr. 1803, bp. 11 July 1803. Sponsors: Abram and Magdalena Örder."

Catharine is buried in St. Mary's Lutheran/Reformed Cemetery, Silver Run, Carroll Cnty, MD, in the "old section," stone # 499. See vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 50 (Carroll County Genealogical Soc'y: 1999) ("By the 1920s the old cemetery was in such a state of disrepair that the tombstones were taken up and reset in 2 long double rows with an attempt made to group related tombstones together. ... The new cemetery (1880) is laid out in a traditional manner." Id. at 5). See also: http://files.usgwarchives.net/md/carroll/cemeteries/stmary.txt .

Her headstone reads: "In memory of | CATHARINE | Consort of | Solomon Arter | Died June 9th 1849 | Aged 70 years 6 | months & 10 days"


 
Unknown, Catherine (I2764)
 
7571 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 22, reporting records of Krider's or St. Benjamin's Church, state: "Elizabeth Cath., dau. of Michael and Margreta Bayer, b. 16 Sept. 1826, bp. 24 Dec 1826. Sponsors: John Bayer and Eliz. Dotterer."

T.J.C. Williams & F. McKinsey, HISTORY OF FREDERICK COUNTY, p.860 (1910), record that Elizabeth's father "Michael Byers [sic] was a cooper and farmer, and spent his whole life near Westminster.... Michael Byers was married to Elizabeth Dutrow, of Emmitsburg District. Their children are: ... 4, Elizabeth (Mrs. Emanuel Keller), [who] lived and died on a farm near Gettysburg, Pa...." 
Byers, Elizabeth Catherine (I3556)
 
7572 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 23 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds : 1993), extracting records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, record: "Amanda, dau. of Abr. and Rachel Steinseiffer, b. 28 Aug 1827, bp. 25 Nov. 1827." Stonesifer, Amanda (I3498)
 
7573 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 23 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds: 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Joh. Jacob, son of Georg and Mar. Magd. Meyerly, b. 27 Oct. 1783, bp. 16 Nov. 1783. Sponsors: Jac. and Juliana Schaeffer. [sic]"

Jacob is buried in Krider's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Westminster, MD, in sec. B, row 11, lot 28. Vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 98 (Carroll Cnty Genealogical Soc'y, 1999).

According to "Old Krider's Cemetery Inscriptions," vol. 16, Carrolltonian, p. 7 (1996), the tombstone and its condition are as follows:
"In memory of | Jacob Myerly | who was born Oct. 27th 1783(?) and departed | this life August 8th | 1830 Aged 46 years | 9 months & 12 days (stone broken in center but both pieces still together lying face up in ground)." 
Myerly, Johann Jacob (I1054)
 
7574 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 24 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), extracting records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, record: "Elizabeth Catharina, dau. of Abraham and Rachel Stonsifer, b. 28 Aug 1827, bp. 25 Nov. 1827." Stonesifer, Elizabeth Catharina (I3500)
 
7575 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 41 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Mar. Magdl. dau. of Fridr. and Cathr. Örter, b. 14 Jul 1789, bp. 30 Aug 1789. Sponsors: Michl. and Cathr. Örter."

Laurel S. Powell, "Arthur / Oerther Family," vol. 16, The Carrolltonian, pp. 26, 39 (Carroll County Genealogical Society, Westminster, MD; 1996-1997), lists her name as Mary Magdaline Orter, and speculates that she was dead by the time of the 1800 census. 
Arter, Maria Magdaline (I3507)
 
7576 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 43 ( C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds: 1993), contains records of the Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, as follows: "Catharina, dau. of Gabriel and Elis. Bayer, b. 1 Nov. 1795, bp. 3 Jan. 1796. Sponsors: Friedr. and Cathr. Örter."

T.J.C. Williams & F. McKinsey, History of Frederick County Maryland, p. 860 (L.R. Titsworth & Co., Hagerstown, MD : 1910), state:
"[Her father] Gabriel Boyer... came to America from Germany, in early manhood, and settled near Westminster, Md. He married ---- ----. Their children are: 1, Michael; 2, John Henry; 3, Elizabeth (Mrs. John Power [sic]); 4, Catherine (Mrs. Peter Slagle); 5, Sarah (Mrs. Solomon M. Myesli [sic]); 6, Polly (Mrs. James Orndorf [sic]).*** "


Catherine is buried in Krider's (St. Benjamin's) Lutheran Church Cemetery, Westminster, MD, in sec. B, row 12, lot 49, next to her husband. Vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 99 (Carroll County Genealogical Soc'y, Westminster, MD: 1999).

According to "Old Krider's Cemetery Inscriptions," vol. 16, Carrolltonian, p. 9 (1996), the tombstone states:
"In | memory of | Catharine Slagle | consort of Peter Sla | gle & daughter of Ga | briel Boyers and his | wife Elizabeth | who was born the 1 of November 1795 (or 1793) | and departed this | life the 13 (?) of Februa | ry 1826 aged 30 years | 3 months and 12 days"
An added comment states: "(age and birth/death dates don't agree - difficult to distinguish difference between 3s and 5s)" 
Beier / Byers, Catharine (I3528)
 
7577 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 43 ( C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), contains records of the Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, as follows: "Michael, son of Gabriel and Elis. Bayer, b. 9 Sept. 1793, bp. 5 Oct. 1793. Sponsors: Mich. and Cathr. Örter." Beier / Byers, Michael (I3527)
 
7578 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 43 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Elizabeth, dau. of Friedr. and Cathr. Örter, b. 24 Dec. 1792, bp. 27 Jan. 1793."

According to M. Jane (Free) Fisher & Richard P. Arter, The Arter-Arthur Family of Fountain Valley [MD](2d ed 1989), ch. 00, p. 28, Elizabeth Orter was born Dec 2 1792 and baptized 20 Mar 1793.

Laurel S. Powell, "Arthur / Oerther Family," vol. 16, The Carrolltonian, pp. 26, 39 (The Carroll County Genealogical Society, Westminster, MD; 1996-1997), lists her name as Elizabeth Orter. 
Arter, Elizabeth (I3509)
 
7579 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 44 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Michael, son of Joh. and Cathr. Örter, b. 22 Aug. 1795, bp. 11 Oct. 1795." Arter, Michael John (I3512)
 
7580 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 45 ( C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), contains records of the Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, as follows: "Sarah, dau. of Gabriel and Elis. Bayer, b. 2 Mar. 1798, bp. 1 Apr. 1798. Sponsors: Willm. and Cathr. Örter."

T.J.C. Williams & F. McKinsey, History of Frederick County Maryland, p. 860 (L.R. Titsworth & Co., Hagerstown, MD : 1910), state:
"[Her father] Gabriel Boyer... came to America from Germany, in early manhood, and settled near Westminster, Md. He married ---- ----. Their children are: 1, Michael; 2, John Henry; 3, Elizabeth (Mrs. John Power [sic]); 4, Catherine (Mrs. Peter Slagle); 5, Sarah (Mrs. Solomon M. Myesli [sic]); 6, Polly (Mrs. James Orndorf [sic]).*** "  
Beier / Byers, Sarah (I3529)
 
7581 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 49 ( C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds: 1993), contains records of the Krider's, or St. Benjamin's, Lutheran Church, as follows: "Noah Amos, son of Michael and Margaretha Beyer, b. 20 Nov. 1822, bp. 12 Jan. 1823. Sponsors: Mathia Spittler and Ellisabeth Dottro." Byers, Noah Amos (I3533)
 
7582 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 50 ( C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds: 1993), contains records of the Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, as follows: "Feronica Elizabeth, dau. of William and Catherine Sullivan, b. 18 Aug. 1829, bp. 8 Oct 1829. Sponsors: Elizabeth Hoppy."

Dick Ott reports:
Franceann was a daughter "of William and Catherine (Hoppe) Sullivan, born Aug. 18, 1829 in Westminster District, Frederick Co., Md. She was baptized Oct. 8, 1829 at Krider Lutheran Church with Elizabeth "Hoppy" (Hoppe) as sponsor.... She died on Aug. 20 [sic], 1852 at age 23 years, 5 days and is buried in Krider's Cemetery near Westminster, Md. Her stone and that of her uncle John Sullivan are in a bad state of disintegration." (Ott-Main2.ftw [Oct 2003])

Franceann is buried in Krider's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Westminster, MD, in sec. B, row 15, lot 56, near her parents. Vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 103 (Carroll Cnty Genealogical Soc'y: 1999).

According to "Old Krider's Cemetery Inscriptions," vol. 16, Carrolltonian, p. 11 (1996), her tombstone states:
"In Memory of | Franceann C.[sic] | Sullivan | who was born on August | 18th 1829 & departed | this life August 23rd 1852 | Aged 23 years and __ | days | 'Weep not for me my...' (rest of verse is quite illegible)."
 
Sullivan, Franceann Elizabeth (I2988)
 
7583 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 87 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restates records of Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church as follows: "Maria, dau. of Friedr. and Cathr. Hoppe, b. 29 Dec. 1802, bp. 3 Apr. 1803. Sponsors: Friedr. Boyer and Barb. Schnauferin, single." Hoppe, Maria / Mary (I2881)
 
7584 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 90 ( C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds: 1993), contains records of the Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church, as follows: "Catarina, dau. of Friedrich and Barbara Beier, b. [not given], bp. 31 May 1812. Sponsors: Anna Beyer." Beier / Byers, Catarina (Catherine) (I376)
 
7585 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, pp. 17, 49 (1995), gives her name as "Margaretha Dotterer" and "Margaretha Beyer." The records of Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church report her birth and baptism as: "Margaretha, dau. of Jean and Katharine Dotterer, b. 11 Sept. 1799, bp. 20 Apr 1800. Sponsor: Margaretha Eberle."

T.J.C. Williams & F. McKinsey, HISTORY OF FREDERICK COUNTY, p.860 (1910), record:
"Michael Byers [sic] was a cooper and farmer, and spent his whole life near Westminster. He was a soldier in the War of 1812, and the sword he carried is in the possession of his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Byers. Michael Byers was married to Elizabeth Dutrow, of Emmitsburg District. Their children are: 1, Noah Amos,...; 2, Joseph; 3, Joshua...; 4, Elizabeth...; 5, David...; 6, George...; 7, Ellen...; 8, John...; 9, Jacob...; 10, Frances Anna...; 11, Caroline.... Michael Byers and his wife were members of the Lutheran Church, in which he was an elder for many years. Both are buried at Krider's Church, near Westminster."

Margaretha is buried in the Krider's (St. Benjamin's) Lutheran Church cemetery, Westminster, MD, in sec. B, row 13, grave 25, next to her father-in-law Gabriel Byers. Vol. 5, part 1 CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 100 (Carroll Cnty Genealogical Soc'y, 1999). Her tombstone reads, for the most part: "In | Memory of | MARGARET BOYER | consort of Michael Boyer | who departed this life | November 19th 1838 | Aged 40 years 2 months | and 3 days | [poetry below is not legible]."

Note that if one accepts the tombstone dates as accurate, then her birthday would have been 9 Sep 1798. 
Dutrow, Margaretha Elizabeth (I3532)
 
7586 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, pp. 19, 20 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds: 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show that "Johannes and Catharina Diefenbach" (referring to John & Catherine Diffenbach) were sponsors for Salome Artur at her baptism on 25 Jun 1809, and for her brother Ephriam on 11 Sep 1813.

Michael Baumgardner signed his will 10 July 1823 and it was filed with Frederick County 22 Nov 1830. It "names dau. Catherine Diffenbach, widow of John; dau. Elizabeth, wife of Michael Myerly; and dau. Magdalena, wife of John Schnauffer. Friend Jacob Matthias executor." Patricia Anderson, "Frederick County Unprobated Wills," vol. 1, Western Maryland Genealogy, p. 175 (1985).

"Eve Catharin Diffenbough" is buried in Krider's (St. Benjamin's) Lutheran Church Cemetery, Westminster, MD, in sec. B, row 20, lot 37, next to her husband. Vol. 5, part 1, CARROLL COUNTY CEMETERIES, p. 107 (Carroll County Genealogical Soc'y, Westminster, MD: 1999).

According to "Old Krider's Cemetery Inscriptions," vol. 16, Carrolltonian, p. 21 (1996), the tombstone states:
"In memory of | Eve Catharine | Diffenbough | who was born Sept. | 22nd 1766 and | departed this life | April 26th 1842 | Aged 75 years 7 | months & 4 days." 
Baumgardner, Eva Catherine (I791)
 
7587 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 17 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Johannes, son of David and Betsy Baumgartner, b. 30 Nov. 1798, bp. 10 Mar. 1799." Baumgardner, David (I3129)
 
7588 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 17 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Johannes, son of David and Betsy Baumgartner, b. 30 Nov. 1798, bp. 10 Mar. 1799." Unknown, Betsy (I3484)
 
7589 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 23 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Catharina, dau. of Benj. and Rebecca Mirely, b. [not given], bp. 23 Oct. 1829." Myerly, Benjamin (I1056)
 
7590 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 23 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Catharina, dau. of Benj. and Rebecca Mirely, b. [not given], bp. 23 Oct. 1829." Unknown, Rebecca (I3486)
 
7591 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 23 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Catharina, dau. of Benj. and Rebecca Mirely, b. [not given], bp. 23 Oct. 1829." Myerly, Catharina (I3487)
 
7592 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 23 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Joh. Jacob, son of Georg and Mar. Magd. Meyerly, b. 27 Oct. 1783, bp. 16 Nov. 1783."

George and Magdalena were "sponsors" of the baptism of Georg Snouffer on 20 May 1792 at Krider's church. See, vol. 9, «i»Ibid«/i», p. 43. 
Myerly, Georg (I1062)
 
7593 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 23 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Joh. Jacob, son of Georg and Mar. Magd. Meyerly, b. 27 Oct. 1783, bp. 16 Nov. 1783." Unknown, Maria Magdalena (I3488)
 
7594 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 36 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show: "Johannes, son of Michel and Anna Eva Baumgartner, b. 21 Apr. 1773, bp. 16 May 1773." Baumgardner, Johannes (I1380)
 
7595 Vol. 9, MARYLAND GERMAN CHURCH RECORDS, p. 37 (C.T. Zahn & F.S. Weiser, eds; 1993), restating records from Krider's or St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, show that "David and Maria Magdalena Mäuerle" sponsored the baptisms of Maria Magdalena Baumgardner, 26 Jun 1774 and Maria Catharina Dick, bp 19 Mar 1775, as well as others. Diffenbach / Diffenbaugh, Maria Magdalena (I3116)
 

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