Jacob Bond1

(circa 1704 - )
Jacob Bond|b. c 1704|p26.htm#i5224|Thomas Bond|b. c 1683|p26.htm#i5220|Ann (?)|b. c 1683\nd. b 8 Nov 1752|p1.htm#i5221|Peter Bond|b. c 1663|p26.htm#i5222|Susanna (?)|b. c 1663|p10.htm#i5225|||||||
     Jacob Bond, son of Thomas Bond and Ann (?),, was born circa 1704.1 Jacob Bond was the son of Thomas Bond and Ann (?).1 On 8 November 1752 Thomas Bond conveyed land consisting of a 500 acre portion (1/2) of "Popular Neck" to Jacob Bond at Baltimore County, Maryland.2

Citations

  1. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750.
  2. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TR#D: 463.

John Bond1

(circa 1694 - before 1720)
John Bond|b. c 1694\nd. b 1720|p26.htm#i5218|Peter Bond|b. c 1663|p26.htm#i5222|Susanna (?)|b. c 1663|p10.htm#i5225|||||||||||||
     John Bond, son of Peter Bond and Susanna (?),, was born circa 1694.1 John Bond was the son of Peter Bond and Susanna (?).1 On 6 April 1705 Peter Bond conveyed land consisting of 300 acres known as "Harris' Trust" (100 acres to each son as tenants in life) to John Bond, Thomas Bond and William Bond at Baltimore County, Maryland.2 John Bond married Mary (?) circa 1713.1 On 24 November 1715 John Bond purchased land consisting of 300 acres known as "Abell's Lot", held jointly with his brother William Bond, from Robert Brown, Gentleman of Anne Arundel County at Baltimore County, Maryland.1 He died before 1720.1

Child of John Bond and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750.
  2. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, IR#PP: 176, 177, 179.

Joshua Bond1

     Joshua Bond was a Quaker.1 He witnessed the will of Elizabeth Whitaker on 2 May 1758 at Baltimore County, Maryland.1

Citations

  1. [S225] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774.

Martha Bond1

(circa 1747 - )
Martha Bond|b. c 1747|p26.htm#i4413|Thomas Bond Jr|b. c 1703\nd. 1787|p26.htm#i4046|Elizabeth Scott|b. c 1705\nd. 7 Mar 1791|p161.htm#i4045|Thomas Bond|b. c 1683|p26.htm#i5220|Ann (?)|b. c 1683\nd. b 8 Nov 1752|p1.htm#i5221|Daniel Scott Jr|b. c 1680\nd. 20 Mar 1745|p161.htm#i4039|Elizabeth Whitaker|b. 12 Jan 1687\nd. May 1758|p214.htm#i4040|
     Martha Bond, daughter of Thomas Bond Jr and Elizabeth Scott,, was born circa 1747.1 Martha Bond was the daughter of Thomas Bond Jr and Elizabeth Scott.1 Thomas Bond Jr conveyed by land record 200 acres of "Bond's Forest" to Martha Bond in 1778.1

Citations

  1. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.

Mary Bond1

(circa 1735 - 11 July 1759)
     Mary Bond was born circa 1735.1 As of 11 May 1756,her married name was Preston.1 She married James Preston, son of James Preston and Sarah Poteet, on 11 May 1756.1 Mary Bond died on 11 July 1759.1

Children of Mary Bond and James Preston

Citations

  1. [S227] Record of St John's and St George's Parish.

Peter Bond1

(circa 1663 - )
     Peter Bond was born circa 1663.1 He married Susanna (?) circa 1682.1 On 6 April 1705 Peter Bond conveyed land consisting of 300 acres known as "Harris' Trust" (100 acres to each son as tenants in life) to Thomas Bond, William Bond and John Bond at Baltimore County, Maryland.2

Children of Peter Bond and Susanna (?)

Citations

  1. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750.
  2. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, IR#PP: 176, 177, 179.

Sarah Bond1,2

(circa 1673 - )
Sarah Bond|b. c 1673|p26.htm#i4475|William Bond|b. c 1653|p26.htm#i5226||||||||||||||||
     Sarah Bond, daughter of William Bond,, was born circa 1673.1 Sarah Bond was the daughter of William Bond.2 As of circa 1693,her married name was Love.1 Sarah Bond married Robert Love circa 1693.1 On 7 December 1697 Sarah Bond and Robert Love conveyed land consisting of 150 acres called "Whitaker's Ridge" to John Whitaker at Baltimore County, Maryland.1,3

Citations

  1. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.
  2. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750.
  3. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber IS#IK: 182.

Sarah Bond1

     Sarah Bond was born circa 1740.1 As of 22 January 1767,her married name was Smithson.1 She married Thomas Smithson, son of Thomas Smithson and Mary (?), on 22 January 1767.1,2

Citations

  1. [S226] Robert Barnes, Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777.
  2. [S227] Record of St John's and St George's Parish.

Sarah Fell Bond1

(circa 1756 - 1841)
     Sarah Fell Bond was born circa 1756.1 As of circa 1776,her married name was Preston.1 She married Barnard Preston, son of James Preston and Clemency Taylor, circa 1776.1 In 1800,Sarah Fell Bond and Barnard Preston appeared on the Federal Census of Harford County, Maryland, listed as having in the household 1 or 2 unknown free males under 10, 1 or 2 unknown free males 10-16 (the question is which age group son Jacob fell into since he was 10), 1 unknown free male 16-26, 2 unknown free females 16-26, and 10 slaves. Also living in the household: Dr. Jacob Alexander Preston and James Bond Preston.2 Sarah Fell Bond died in 1841.1

Children of Sarah Fell Bond and Barnard Preston

Citations

  1. [S248] Frederick Virkus, "unknown essay title," Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy.
  2. [S228] 1800 Census .

Susanna Bond1

(circa 1748 - )
Susanna Bond|b. c 1748|p26.htm#i4414|Thomas Bond Jr|b. c 1703\nd. 1787|p26.htm#i4046|Elizabeth Scott|b. c 1705\nd. 7 Mar 1791|p161.htm#i4045|Thomas Bond|b. c 1683|p26.htm#i5220|Ann (?)|b. c 1683\nd. b 8 Nov 1752|p1.htm#i5221|Daniel Scott Jr|b. c 1680\nd. 20 Mar 1745|p161.htm#i4039|Elizabeth Whitaker|b. 12 Jan 1687\nd. May 1758|p214.htm#i4040|
     Susanna Bond, daughter of Thomas Bond Jr and Elizabeth Scott,, was born circa 1748.1 Susanna Bond was the daughter of Thomas Bond Jr and Elizabeth Scott.1 As of circa 1768,her married name was Amos.2 Susanna Bond married William Amos Jr circa 1768.2 Susanna Bond and William Amos Jr executed a land record to convey 96 acres of "Bond's Forrest" from her father, Thomas Bond, Jr circa 1782.2

Citations

  1. [S232] Maryland and Delaware Revolutionary Patriots.
  2. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.

Thomas Bond1

(circa 1683 - )
Thomas Bond|b. c 1683|p26.htm#i5220|Peter Bond|b. c 1663|p26.htm#i5222|Susanna (?)|b. c 1663|p10.htm#i5225|||||||||||||
     Thomas Bond, son of Peter Bond and Susanna (?),, was born circa 1683.1 Thomas Bond was the son of Peter Bond and Susanna (?).1 Thomas Bond married Ann (?) circa 1702.1 On 6 April 1705 Peter Bond conveyed land consisting of 300 acres known as "Harris' Trust" (100 acres to each son as tenants in life) to Thomas Bond, William Bond and John Bond at Baltimore County, Maryland.2 On 9 December 1718 Thomas Bond and Ann (?) conveyed land consisting of 214 acres known as "Antioch" to Thomas Preston at Baltimore County, Maryland.3 Thomas Bond and Stephen S. Gill witnessed the execution of a land record by Daniel McComas on 18 September 1729 at Baltimore County, Maryland; a tract called Greshams Colledge from Solomon Wooding and his wife, Sarah, of Baltimore County, for 4000 pounds of tobacco, a cow, a calf, and 200 weight of pork. The tract lay on the west side of the branch called Winter's Run, consisting of 195 acreas of land, houses, gardens, orchards, and fences.4 On 31 December 1736 Thomas Bond purchased land consisting of 1000 acres known as "Popular Neck" from Richard Dorsey and his wife Elizabeth at Baltimore County, Maryland.5 On 24 July 1746 Thomas Bond conveyed land consisting of 100 acres known as "Francis' Delight", 216 acres known as "Bond's Choice", and a 122 acre portion of "Good Neighborhood" to Thomas Bond Jr at Baltimore County, Maryland.6 On 8 November 1752 Thomas Bond conveyed land consisting of a 500 acre portion (1/2) of "Popular Neck" to Jacob Bond at Baltimore County, Maryland.7

Children of Thomas Bond and Ann (?)

Citations

  1. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750.
  2. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, IR#PP: 176, 177, 179.
  3. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TR#DS: 125.
  4. [S33] Baltimore Co Land Records.
  5. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber IS#IK: 372.
  6. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TB#E: 112.
  7. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TR#D: 463.

Thomas Bond III1

(circa 1728 - circa 1800)
Thomas Bond III|b. c 1728\nd. c 1800|p26.htm#i4412|Thomas Bond Jr|b. c 1703\nd. 1787|p26.htm#i4046|Elizabeth Scott|b. c 1705\nd. 7 Mar 1791|p161.htm#i4045|Thomas Bond|b. c 1683|p26.htm#i5220|Ann (?)|b. c 1683\nd. b 8 Nov 1752|p1.htm#i5221|Daniel Scott Jr|b. c 1680\nd. 20 Mar 1745|p161.htm#i4039|Elizabeth Whitaker|b. 12 Jan 1687\nd. May 1758|p214.htm#i4040|
     Thomas Bond III, son of Thomas Bond Jr and Elizabeth Scott,, was born circa 1728.1 Thomas Bond III was the son of Thomas Bond Jr and Elizabeth Scott.1 Thomas Bond III married Catherine Fell on 3 February 1765.1,2,3 Thomas Bond III died circa 1800 at Harford County, Maryland.1

Citations

  1. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.
  2. [S226] Robert Barnes, Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777.
  3. [S227] Record of St John's and St George's Parish.

Thomas Bond Jr1

(circa 1703 - 1787)
Thomas Bond Jr|b. c 1703\nd. 1787|p26.htm#i4046|Thomas Bond|b. c 1683|p26.htm#i5220|Ann (?)|b. c 1683\nd. b 8 Nov 1752|p1.htm#i5221|Peter Bond|b. c 1663|p26.htm#i5222|Susanna (?)|b. c 1663|p10.htm#i5225|||||||
     Thomas Bond Jr, son of Thomas Bond and Ann (?),, was born circa 1703.1,3 Thomas Bond Jr was the son of Thomas Bond and Ann (?).2 Thomas Bond Jr married Elizabeth Scott, daughter of Daniel Scott Jr and Elizabeth Whitaker, on 13 April 1725 at Baltimore County, Maryland; (sometimes recorded as 3 Feb 1725).1,4,5,3 Before 7 March 1743 Thomas Bond Jr had land surveyed consisting of 151 acres known as "Bond's Fortune" at Baltimore County, Maryland.2 On 7 March 1743 Thomas Bond Jr conveyed land consisting of a 95 acre portion of "Bond's Fortune" to Walter Billingsley at Baltimore County, Maryland.6 He executed a land record leased from Lords Baltimore: Brotherhood's Forest in 1746 at Baltimore County, Maryland.7 On 24 July 1746 Thomas Bond conveyed land consisting of 100 acres known as "Francis' Delight", 216 acres known as "Bond's Choice", and a 122 acre portion of "Good Neighborhood" to Thomas Bond Jr at Baltimore County, Maryland.8 On 6 November 1747 William Bond conveyed land consisting of 40 acres known as "Miles Improvement" and 100 acres known as "Tower Hill" to Thomas Bond Jr at Baltimore County, Maryland.9 On 26 November 1751 Thomas Bond Jr and Elizabeth Scott conveyed land consisting of a 56 acre portion of "Bond's Fortune", 100 acres known as "Francis' Delight", 210 acres known as "Bond's Choice", 109 acres known as "Bond's Beginnings, and 122 acres known as "Good Neighbor" to Edward Mattingly at Baltimore County, Maryland.10 Thomas Bond Jr executed a land record leased from Lords Baltimore: Bonds Meadows in 1752 at Baltimore County, Maryland.7 He aapraised the estate of William McComas on 7 April 1757; for an estate appraised at 20.1.1 pounds.11 Thomas Bond Jr was attended a convention of delegates from the 16 counties of Maryland as one of the 11 representatives from Harford County on 26 July 1775 at Annapolis, Maryland.12 Thomas Bond Jr conveyed by land record 200 acres of "Bond's Forest" to Martha Bond in 1778.1 Thomas Bond Jr executed a land record to convey 100 acres of "Bond's Forrest" to his daughter, Hannah, and her husband, Zaccheus Onion in 1780.1 He executed a land record to convey 96 acres of "Bond's Forrest" to his daughter, Susanna, and her husband, William Amos circa 1782.1 He executed a land record to convey 100 acres called "Tower Hill" to his daughter, Ann, her husband, William Clemens, and their son, Thomas Bond Clemens circa 1782.1 He died in 1787.3,1

Children of Thomas Bond Jr and Elizabeth Scott

Citations

  1. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.
  2. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750.
  3. [S241] Pedigree Book, Society of Colonial Wars in the State of MD, Pedigees of Members 1905-1939.
  4. [S226] Robert Barnes, Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777.
  5. [S227] Record of St John's and St George's Parish.
  6. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TB#C : 455.
  7. [S35] "Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin."
  8. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TB#E: 112.
  9. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TB#E: 652.
  10. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TR#D: 257.
  11. [S225] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774.
  12. [S35] "Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin", Vol. 25, No. 3, Summer 1984, Men of '76.
  13. [S232] Maryland and Delaware Revolutionary Patriots.

William Bond1

(circa 1690 - )
William Bond|b. c 1690|p26.htm#i5223|Peter Bond|b. c 1663|p26.htm#i5222|Susanna (?)|b. c 1663|p10.htm#i5225|||||||||||||
     William Bond, son of Peter Bond and Susanna (?),, was born circa 1690.1 William Bond was the son of Peter Bond and Susanna (?).1 On 6 April 1705 Peter Bond conveyed land consisting of 300 acres known as "Harris' Trust" (100 acres to each son as tenants in life) to William Bond, Thomas Bond and John Bond at Baltimore County, Maryland.2 In 1720 William Bond conveyed land consisting of 300 acres known as "Abell's Lot" to Mary (?) on behalf of her son, Benjamin at Baltimore County, Maryland.3 On 8 August 1734 William Bond purchased land consisting of a 100 acre portion of "Tower Hill" from Thomas Miles and wife Catherine at Baltimore County, Maryland.4 On 5 April 1743 William Bond and Roger Donahue conveyed land consisting of a 168 acres portion of "Emm's Delight", a tract that had been divided with Roger's brother, Henry, to Robert Briarly at Baltimore County, Maryland.5 On 6 November 1747 William Bond conveyed land consisting of 40 acres known as "Miles Improvement" and 100 acres known as "Tower Hill" to Thomas Bond Jr at Baltimore County, Maryland.6

Citations

  1. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750.
  2. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, IR#PP: 176, 177, 179.
  3. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TR#DS: 270.
  4. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, HWS#M: 136.
  5. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TB#C: 213.
  6. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber TB#E: 652.

William Bond1

(circa 1653 - )
     William Bond was born circa 1653.1

Child of William Bond

Citations

  1. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750.

Florence Boor1

(circa 1847 - )
     Florence Boor was born circa 1847. She married George Calvin Diehl, son of John Diehl and Margaret Fetter, circa 1867.1 As of circa 1867,her married name was Diehl.

Child of Florence Boor and George Calvin Diehl

Citations

  1. [S9] Ancestry Family Tree of Ritchey/Diehl Family Ancestry.

Foster R. Boose

(19 September 1907 - 7 September 1988)
     Foster R. Boose was born on 19 September 1907. He married Rosella Pauline Sterner, daughter of Elmer Sterner and Annie E. Spangler, on 12 March 1938.1 Foster R. Boose was buried after 7 March 1988 at Zion (Shaffer's) Church Cemetery, Codorus Twp., York County, Pennsylvania. He died on 7 September 1988 at age 80.

Citations

  1. [S72] Record of Christ Reformed Church, Jefferson PA, 1828-1928.

Don Booze1

(24 March 1898 - 3 February 1993)
Don Booze|b. 24 Mar 1898\nd. 3 Feb 1993|p26.htm#i274|Dr William Booze|b. c 1875|p26.htm#i5581|Mary (?)|b. c 1880|p8.htm#i5582|||||||||||||
A family celebration honoring John Henry Roberts for 25 years of working for the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company
Pictured Standing: Patricia Holtzner, Pauline Danner holding Linda, unknown, Catherine Holtzner, unknown, Charmaine Holtzner, William "Bill" Holtzner, Harry Davidson, John Henry Roberts III, John Henry Roberts Sr, Edward Petry, Don Booze.
Pictured Seated: Anita Petry holding Kathy, Anita Amelia Roberts, Lydia Booze, Lydia Davidson
     Don Booze a native of Washington who was reared in Baltimore.3 He, son of Dr William Booze and Mary (?),, was born on 24 March 1898.3,2,4 Don Booze was the son of Dr William Booze and Mary (?).2 Don Booze was (an unknown value) on 12 September 1918 at Hill Top Park in Mt Washington, Baltimore City, Maryland.4 He was described as tall, slender build, with blue eyes and brown hair on 12 September 1918.4 He was an expert stenographer with the War Risk Bureau on 12 September 1918 at Washington DC.4 He was a graduate between 1919 and 1920 . His yearbook entry showed his nickname as "July First", and read: "Poor Don Booze! Since July 1, 1919, you have never had a show, and even Judge Rose once remarked: 'Here now, but not for long.' It is sure a cruel way to treat a nice little boy like Don, but fortunately he is good-natured and doesn't mind. In spite of his conspicuous name, Don has always been a quiet fellow, who attended strictly to business, which is the spirit that wins -- at least, according to the books. His good nature has already been alluded to, and he carries a quiet air of seriousness, mixed with the redeeming sense of humor, which makes him good company and a pleasant classmate. Too much aloofness has its faults -- Don-Mix in, even if we can't all be 'Billy the Mixer,' like our esteemed Mayor. However, gentle reader, don't misunderstand this, for we don't mean that Don is swell-headed or exclusive, or anything like that; i is merely that he devotes himself a little too seriously to business. However, his attention to business will reap its own reward. So the Class hopes for and expects great success for you, Don."3,5 In 1920,Don Booze appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, in the household of his parents, Dr William Booze and Mary (?), listed as in school. Also living in the household: Majorete (?).2 Don Booze was a stenographer for the Custom House in 1923.6 He lived in 1923.6 He lived in 1926.6 He was a lawyer in 1926.6 He was a stenographer for the US Customs Service in Baltimore in 1930.6 He lived in 1930.6 He married Lydia Romaine Roberts, daughter of John Thomas Roberts and Lydia Alverta Sterner, circa 1945.7 Don Booze lived in 1956.6 He was an administrative assistant for the US Customs Service in Baltimore in 1956.6 He was an administrative assistant for the US Customs Service in Baltimore in 1958.6 He lived in 1958.6 He was an administrative assistant to the head of the US Customs Service in Baltimore, and retired in 1964 after 41 years with the Customs Service before 1964.3 He lived before August 1992.3 He lived in August 1992 at Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania.3 He died on 3 February 1993 at Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania, at age 94; of a stroke.7,3 He funeral services were conducted on 6 February 1993 at Lemmon-Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Timonium, Maryland.3

Citations

  1. [S38] Interview, Catherine Elizabeth Holtzner.
  2. [S32] 1920 Census .
  3. [S148] The Baltimore Sun.
  4. [S271] World War I Registration Records, online ancestry.com.
  5. [S309] US School Yearbooks, University of Maryland Pharmacy at Baltimore, Maryland.
  6. [S299] US City Directories, 1821-1989.
  7. [S64] Interview, Ernest Roberts, 18 Oct 2003.

Dr William Booze1

(circa 1875 - )
     Dr William Booze was born circa 1875 at Maryland.1 He married Mary (?) circa 1897.1 Dr William Booze was a medical doctor in general practice in 1920.1 In 1920, Dr William Booze and Mary (?) appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, listed as both their parents being born in Maryland. Their children Don and Majorete were listed as living with them.1

Children of Dr William Booze and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S32] 1920 Census .

Adam Born1

(circa 1742 - )
Adam Born|b. c 1742|p26.htm#i5506|Michael Born|b. 30 Dec 1696\nd. 2 Dec 1780|p26.htm#i5504|Anna Maria Sentz|b. 3 Sep 1710\nd. 5 Jan 1796|p163.htm#i5505|||||||||||||
     Adam Born, son of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz,, was born circa 1742.1 Adam Born was the son of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz.1 Adam Born was agreed to donate 15 shillings to the building of a church school on 17 September 1762 at Zion Church, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.1 He was a sponsor at the baptism of Anna Maria Margaretha Utz on 12 June 1763 at Zion Lutheran Church, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.2 Adam Born was a sponsor at the baptism of Johann Adam Utz on 20 September 1781 at Zion, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.1

Citations

  1. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10.
  2. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10, Page 6.

Anna Maria Born1

(circa 1742 - )
Anna Maria Born|b. c 1742|p26.htm#i5507|Michael Born|b. 30 Dec 1696\nd. 2 Dec 1780|p26.htm#i5504|Anna Maria Sentz|b. 3 Sep 1710\nd. 5 Jan 1796|p163.htm#i5505|||||||||||||
     Anna Maria Born, daughter of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz,, was born circa 1742.1 Anna Maria Born was the daughter of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz.1 Anna Maria Born was a sponsor at the baptism of Anna Maria Margaretha Utz on 12 June 1763 at Zion Lutheran Church, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.2 Anna Maria Born was a sponsor at the baptism of Anna Maria Utz on 15 September 1772 at Zion Lutheran Church, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.3

Citations

  1. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10.
  2. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10, Page 6.
  3. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10, Page 11.

Catherine Margaret Born1

(circa 1742 - )
Catherine Margaret Born|b. c 1742|p26.htm#i5508|Michael Born|b. 30 Dec 1696\nd. 2 Dec 1780|p26.htm#i5504|Anna Maria Sentz|b. 3 Sep 1710\nd. 5 Jan 1796|p163.htm#i5505|||||||||||||
     Catherine Margaret Born, daughter of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz,, was born circa 1742.1 Catherine Margaret Born was the daughter of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz.1 Catherine Margaret Born was a sponsor at the baptism of Johann Adam Utz on 20 September 1781 at Zion, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.1

Citations

  1. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10.

Elizabeth Born1

(1742 - BET 14 AND 19 OCT 1766)
Elizabeth Born|b. 1742\nd. BET 14 AND 19 OCT 1766|p26.htm#i2311|Michael Born|b. 30 Dec 1696\nd. 2 Dec 1780|p26.htm#i5504|Anna Maria Sentz|b. 3 Sep 1710\nd. 5 Jan 1796|p163.htm#i5505|||||||||||||
      Elizabeth Born was also known as Eliszbeda.3 She, daughter of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz,, was born in 1742 at New Jersey. Elizabeth Born was the daughter of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz.2 Elizabeth Born married Johann Peter Utz, son of Hans Jacob Utz and Maria Catharina Haller, circa 1760.2 As of circa 1760,her married name was Utz. Elizabeth Born died BET 14 AND 19 OCT 1766 at Frederick County, Maryland; due to childbirth.4,5 She was buried after 19 October 1766 at Trinity Church Cemetery, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland; Her tombstone is written in German and located in the section called "God's Acre."6,3

Children of Elizabeth Born and Johann Peter Utz

Citations

  1. [S151] Family Tree Maker, Reformed & Lutheran Congregations, Manchester, MD, 267.
  2. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10.
  3. [S48] Trinity Church Cemetery, Manchester, Carroll County, MD.
  4. [S151] Family Tree Maker, Reformed & Lutheran Congregations, Manchester, MD, 270.
  5. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10, Page 8.
  6. [S164] History of Western Maryland.

Michael Born1

(30 December 1696 - 2 December 1780)
     Michael Born was born on 30 December 1696 at Erlcartsweiler, Germany.1,2 He married Anna Maria Sentz circa 1730.1 Michael Born and Hans Jacob Utz executed a land record to transfer the deed for the "German Church Lands" to the combined congregations of the Reformed and Evangelical Lutheran Congregrations on 9 January 1762.1 Michael Born was agreed to donate 1 pound to the building of a church school on 17 September 1762 at Zion Church, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.1 He was a sponsor at the baptism of Michael Utz on 28 October 1768 at Zion Lutheran Church, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.1 Michael Born was a sponsor at the baptism of Anna Maria Utz on 15 September 1772 at Zion Lutheran Church, Manchester, Carroll County, Maryland.3 Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz had 12 children.2 Michael Born died on 2 December 1780 at age 83.2 He was buried after 2 December 1780 at Trinity Church Cemetery, Carroll County, Maryland.2

Children of Michael Born and Anna Maria Sentz

Citations

  1. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10.
  2. [S17] Carroll County Cemeteries.
  3. [S36] C. T. Zahn and Frederick S. Weiser, Maryland German Church Records Vol 10, Page 11.

David Bortner1

(circa 2002 - )
David Bortner|b. c 2002|p26.htm#i2248|Woodrow Bortner|b. c 1981|p27.htm#i2245|Rachael Amanda Roberts|b. 2 Mar 1981|p152.htm#i202|||||||Michael W. Roberts|b. 24 Feb 1959|p152.htm#i24|Sandra Emsweiler||p45.htm#i201|
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     David Bortner, son of Woodrow Bortner and Rachael Amanda Roberts,, was born circa 2002.1 David Bortner is the son of Woodrow Bortner and Rachael Amanda Roberts.1

Citations

  1. [S149] Interview, Jr. John Henry Roberts.
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