Westleigh-Feindel & Rand Families in Manie

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  • ID: I6025
  • Name: Johann Frederick Eisenhauer
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: +/- 1659 in Eiterbach, Rhenish Palatinate, Germany
  • Christening: See His Brother's Notes, ,
  • Death: 29) 28 Feb 1728 in Karlsbrunn, Germany,
  • Note: See Historical Document.
  • Event: GIVN Johann Frederick _KKNB
  • Event: , last name -=?=-). It is Mr. Bell's contention that this Jo _KKNB
  • Event: , last name -=?=-). It is Mr. Bell's contention that this Jo _KKNB
  • Event: han (Hans) Nicholas Eisenhauer, b. c.1695, d. c1760, was of th _KKNB
  • Event: e family of Johan Frederick Eisenhauer, b. c1660, d. 28 Feb 1 _KKNB
  • Event: 729, Karlsbrunn, Germany. _KKNB
  • Event: Research, in part, from David Mott Rote, dav.glo.rote@worldnet. _KKNB
  • Event: att.net _KKNB
  • Event: Family of Johan (Hans) Nicholas Eisenhauer, (1695-c1760): "Joha _KKNB
  • Event: n Peter Eisenhauer, b. March 15, 1722d. 1802 PA. Baptized a _KKNB
  • Event: tForbach Catholic Church: '15 marty (1722) natus et 17 bapti _KKNB
  • Event: zatus est JoesPetrus filius Jois Nicholai Eisenhawer operary e _KKNB
  • Event: t Ann Margarethae Struvelin ex Sophihut'. " This Johan Pete _KKNB
  • Event: r is being confused with a person of the same name who is the so _KKNB
  • Event: n of Hans Nicholas Eisenhauer, the younger, b. 1691, Eiterbach _KKNB
  • Event: , Odenwald and who emigrated to America in 1741. His son, Han _KKNB
  • Event: s Peter was born in 1715, Weschnitz-Starkenberg, Hesse and die _KKNB
  • Event: d in Penn in 27 July 1802. Johnn Peter, b. 1722, son of Joha _KKNB
  • Event: n Nicholas, b. 1695, never left Europe! [Also see notes o _KKNB
  • Event: f Johan Peter Eisenhauer, son of Hans Nicholas Eisenhauer. b. 1 _KKNB
  • Event: 691, below.] _KKNB
  • Event: Mr. Treinen also gave some of the names of the sponsors at the 1 _KKNB
  • Event: 1 baptisms: there were 32 persons with 15 surnames. Ten wereRe _KKNB
  • Event: ppert. Included as a sponsor was also Mary Susanna, single, dau _KKNB
  • Event: ghter ofPeter Strubel of Grunstadt (near Darmstadt). 'Was sh _KKNB
  • Event: e a sister of Nicholas' wife? Was Peter, born 1722, named for Pe _KKNB
  • Event: ter Strubel, possibly his grandfather, Mr. Treinen asks.' Als _KKNB
  • Event: o he notes that a sponsor for the first Martin (1723) was Marti _KKNB
  • Event: n Reppert and for the second Martin (1729) was Martin Kramer whi _KKNB
  • Event: ch could help explain the appearance of the name Martin in two o _KKNB
  • Event: f the son's names." _KKNB
  • Event: [ This entire supposition is based on the similarity of names wh _KKNB
  • Event: ich is certainly a poor bases for comparison in 17th and 18th Ce _KKNB
  • Event: ntury Germany whenNicholas, Jacob, Peter, George, Phillip, Mart _KKNB
  • Event: in, Valentin, Simon, Christian and Adam as well as Mary/Maria, A _KKNB
  • Event: nna Katharine, Sarah, Barbara and Margaret can be found in one c _KKNB
  • Event: ombination or other as childrens names in three-quartersof th _KKNB
  • Event: e family households of that time. Hans Peter Eisenhauer, b. 165 _KKNB
  • Event: 0, had nearly a dozen descendants in three generations named Han _KKNB
  • Event: s Nicholas/ Nicolaus, many born within a few years of each othe _KKNB
  • Event: r.] _KKNB
  • Event: Mr. Bell's notes continue: _KKNB
  • Event: "Baptized at Gersweiler Lutheran Church: Johan Martin b. Sept 2 _KKNB
  • Event: 5, 1723d.1859 PA _KKNB
  • Event: Baptized at Karlsbrunn Lutheran Church: _KKNB
  • Event: Johan George b. Feb. 28, 1725d. April 13, 1726 _KKNB
  • Event: Mary Margaret b. May 28, 1726d. July 21, 1726 _KKNB
  • Event: MargaretElizabeth b. Sept 29, 1727d. March 5, 1730 _KKNB
  • Event: Johannes Martin b. June 19, 1729d. 1789 PA _KKNB
  • Event: Catharine Margaret b. Nov 8, 1731d. May 2, 1734 _KKNB
  • Event: Anna Catharine b. Aug 30, 1733 _KKNB
  • Event: Mary Magdalena b. Nov 7, 1735 _KKNB
  • Event: Catharine Elizabeth b. Feb 15, 1738 _KKNB
  • Event: Anna Maragaret b. Oct 25, 1739." _KKNB
  • Event: "The last record of Nicholas in Germany is the confirmation of h _KKNB
  • Event: is son on March 19, 1741. By November 20, 1741 Nicholas, his wif _KKNB
  • Event: e, 3 sons and 4 daughters were in Pennsylvania"........Raymond M _KKNB
  • Event: artin Bell. [Again , an error in confusing Hans Nicholas, son ofHans Peter _KKNB
  • Event: , b. 1691, with Hans Nicholas, b. 1695, son of Johann Frederic _KKNB
  • Event: k Eisenhauer..... .........von Heinz F.Frieder _KKNB
  • Event: _KKNB
  • Event: _KKNB
  • Event: SURN EISENHAUER _KKNB
  • Event: BIRTH-DATE c1659 _KKNB
  • Event: DATE 25 Oct 2005 _KKNB
  • Event: Notes: Some records have John Frederick Eisehauer, c1659, as t _KKNB
  • Event: he son of Johann Nicholas, b. c1631, Eiterbach, Rhenish, Palatin _KKNB
  • Event: ate. [Bill Abrams, Maple Shade, NJ - TEIncNJ@@aol.com] Some sour _KKNB
  • Event: ces have him married to Anna Brand, hisbrother's wife which mak _KKNB
  • Event: es him a bridegroom at age thirteen? [See more under his fathe _KKNB
  • Event: r and elder brother's notes.] _KKNB
  • Event: The arrival of Nicholas Eisenhauer, newly married, at Forbach _KKNB
  • Event: , Lorraine about 1721 is probably because he gotemployment at t _KKNB
  • Event: he recently opened glass factory. Early foremen were George an _KKNB
  • Event: d Adam Reppert and Martin Kramer. These men appeared as sponsor _KKNB
  • Event: s at the birth of some of Nicholas' children." [There is no m _KKNB
  • Event: ention of the name of his new wife. her name was probably Ann _KKNB
  • Event: han (Hans) Nicholas Eisenhauer, b. c.1695, d. c1760, was of th _KKNB
  • Event: e family of Johan Frederick Eisenhauer, b. c1660, d. 28 Feb 1 _KKNB
  • Event: 729, Karlsbrunn, Germany. _KKNB
  • Event: Research, in part, from David Mott Rote, dav.glo.rote@@worldnet. _KKNB
  • Event: att.net _KKNB
  • Event: Family of Johan (Hans) Nicholas Eisenhauer, (1695-c1760): "Joha _KKNB
  • Event: n Peter Eisenhauer, b. March 15, 1722d. 1802 PA. Baptized a _KKNB
  • Event: tForbach Catholic Church: '15 marty (1722) natus et 17 bapti _KKNB
  • Event: zatus est JoesPetrus filius Jois Nicholai Eisenhawer operary e _KKNB
  • Event: t Ann Margarethae Struvelin ex Sophihut'. " This Johan Pete _KKNB
  • Event: r is being confused with a person of the same name who is the so _KKNB
  • Event: n of Hans Nicholas Eisenhauer, the younger, b. 1691, Eiterbach _KKNB
  • Event: , Odenwald and who emigrated to America in 1741. His son, Han _KKNB
  • Event: s Peter was born in 1715, Weschnitz-Starkenberg, Hesse and die _KKNB
  • Event: d in Penn in 27 July 1802. Johnn Peter, b. 1722, son of Joha _KKNB
  • Event: n Nicholas, b. 1695, never left Europe! [Also see notes o _KKNB
  • Event: f Johan Peter Eisenhauer, son of Hans Nicholas Eisenhauer. b. 1 _KKNB
  • Event: 691, below.] _KKNB
  • Event: Mr. Treinen also gave some of the names of the sponsors at the 1 _KKNB
  • Event: 1 baptisms: there were 32 persons with 15 surnames. Ten wereRe _KKNB
  • Event: ppert. Included as a sponsor was also Mary Susanna, single, dau _KKNB
  • Event: ghter ofPeter Strubel of Grunstadt (near Darmstadt). 'Was sh _KKNB
  • Event: e a sister of Nicholas' wife? Was Peter, born 1722, named for Pe _KKNB
  • Event: ter Strubel, possibly his grandfather, Mr. Treinen asks.' Als _KKNB
  • Event: o he notes that a sponsor for the first Martin (1723) was Marti _KKNB
  • Event: n Reppert and for the second Martin (1729) was Martin Kramer whi _KKNB
  • Event: ch could help explain the appearance of the name Martin in two o _KKNB
  • Event: f the son's names." _KKNB
  • Event: [ This entire supposition is based on the similarity of names wh _KKNB
  • Event: ich is certainly a poor bases for comparison in 17th and 18th Ce _KKNB
  • Event: ntury Germany whenNicholas, Jacob, Peter, George, Phillip, Mart _KKNB
  • Event: in, Valentin, Simon, Christian and Adam as well as Mary/Maria, A _KKNB
  • Event: nna Katharine, Sarah, Barbara and Margaret can be found in one c _KKNB
  • Event: ombination or other as childrens names in three-quartersof th _KKNB
  • Event: e family households of that time. Hans Peter Eisenhauer, b. 165 _KKNB
  • Event: 0, had nearly a dozen descendants in three generations named Han _KKNB
  • Event: s Nicholas/ Nicolaus, many born within a few years of each othe _KKNB
  • Event: r.] _KKNB
  • Event: Mr. Bell's notes continue: _KKNB
  • Event: "Baptized at Gersweiler Lutheran Church: Johan Martin b. Sept 2 _KKNB
  • Event: 5, 1723d.1859 PA _KKNB
  • Event: Baptized at Karlsbrunn Lutheran Church: _KKNB
  • Event: Johan George b. Feb. 28, 1725d. April 13, 1726 _KKNB
  • Event: Mary Margaret b. May 28, 1726d. July 21, 1726 _KKNB
  • Event: MargaretElizabeth b. Sept 29, 1727d. March 5, 1730 _KKNB
  • Event: Johannes Martin b. June 19, 1729d. 1789 PA _KKNB
  • Event: Catharine Margaret b. Nov 8, 1731d. May 2, 1734 _KKNB
  • Event: Anna Catharine b. Aug 30, 1733 _KKNB
  • Event: Mary Magdalena b. Nov 7, 1735 _KKNB
  • Event: Catharine Elizabeth b. Feb 15, 1738 _KKNB
  • Event: Anna Maragaret b. Oct 25, 1739." _KKNB
  • Event: "The last record of Nicholas in Germany is the confirmation of h _KKNB
  • Event: is son on March 19, 1741. By November 20, 1741 Nicholas, his wif _KKNB
  • Event: e, 3 sons and 4 daughters were in Pennsylvania"........Raymond M _KKNB
  • Event: artin Bell. [Again , an error in confusing Hans Nicholas, son ofHans Peter _KKNB
  • Event: , b. 1691, with Hans Nicholas, b. 1695, son of Johann Frederic _KKNB
  • Event: k Eisenhauer..... .........von Heinz F.Frieder _KKNB
  • Event: SURN EISENHAUER _KKNB
  • Event: BIRTH-DATE c1659 _KKNB
  • Event: DATE 25 Oct 2005 _KKNB
  • Event: Notes: Some records have John Frederick Eisehauer, c1659, as t _KKNB
  • Event: he son of Johann Nicholas, b. c1631, Eiterbach, Rhenish, Palatin _KKNB
  • Event: ate. [Bill Abrams, Maple Shade, NJ - TEIncNJ@aol.com] Some sour _KKNB
  • Event: ces have him married to Anna Brand, hisbrother's wife which mak _KKNB
  • Event: es him a bridegroom at age thirteen? [See more under his fathe _KKNB
  • Event: r and elder brother's notes.] _KKNB
  • Event: The arrival of Nicholas Eisenhauer, newly married, at Forbach _KKNB
  • Event: , Lorraine about 1721 is probably because he gotemployment at t _KKNB
  • Event: he recently opened glass factory. Early foremen were George an _KKNB
  • Event: d Adam Reppert and Martin Kramer. These men appeared as sponsor _KKNB
  • Event: s at the birth of some of Nicholas' children." [There is no m _KKNB
  • Event: ention of the name of his new wife. her name was probably Ann _KKNB



    Father: Hans Eisenhauer b: 1631 in Eiterbach, Hesse, Germany Parentage Uncertain c: in Some records have birthplace as Hedesbach, Odenwald, Germany
    Mother: Margaretha "Eisenhauer" b: 1635

    Marriage 1 Anna Elizabeth "Eisenhauer" b: 6 Oct 1699 in Heiligkreuzsteinach, Palatinate, Germany
    • Married: 1672
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