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Death and Burial of Frederick Ridenbaugh 1750-1784

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Re: Death and Burial of Frederick Ridenbaugh 1750-1784

Posted: 19 May 2013 2:17PM GMT
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From Ancstry.com .... database by Gary Finckel:

Records of Marriages and Burials in the Monacacy Church in Frederick County, Maryland and in the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in the City of Frederick, Maryland. (1743-1811)June 10, 1777: Henrich Reb, the son of Casper Reb in Berks County, Pennsylvania and Elizabeth Ellerin, the daughter of Georg Michael Eller, both residing on the Little Pipe Creek. Procl. May 25, June 1, 8. Sponsors: Jacob, Georg and Joseph Eller, Michael and Barbara Fraull, Fridrich Reutenbach, Conrad Spohn, Michael Ungerer, Maria Schmausin.From Frederick County, Maryland Wills, Liber G.M. 1, (1777-1783), F:62.Frederick Winholts, 28 May, 1778.Mentions neighbors: Nicholas Copple, Christian Sailer.Wife: Anna ChristinaChildren: Elizabeth Fishborn, Catherine, Barbara, Mary, Frederick.Witness: Leonard Shrior, Frederick Reightenbough, Frederick Sorver.22 Jun 1778.Poll Tax Loudoun, Virgina (Looked at years 1778-1782)1781 Frederich Ridenbaugh & Prentice Poll 1, Slaves 0.1782 Fredrick Ridenbaugh Poll 1 Horses 2 Cows 2 and Taxes 0-14-6From Loudoun Co. Order Book I, 13 February 1786[p. 144] Letters of Administration granted Christian BEEGLE with Charles BEEGLE and Michael HUSLEMAN as securities and £500 bond on estate of Frederick Ridenbaugh dec'd.[p. 145] Adam SHOVER, Nicholas BORDER, Martin BROWN and Daniel SHOEMAKER to appraise any slaves and personal estate of Frederick Ridenbaugh dec'd.At Court held for Loudoun County, Virginia April 13th 1789. (Book D, p.21-23)The Appraisment late Estate of Frederick Ridenbaugh deced - -(some items): three mares, a waggon, 4 chests, an iron stove, bedsteads & furniture, table, iron pots & pewter ware, a plow, candel mould and a coat, a cow, 4 head of sheep, a great coat, a pair of breeches and ahand saw (not totalled) Appraisers: Adam Shover, Martin Bower, Nicholas Border (but wrote in dutch)At Court held for Loudoun County, Virginia April 14th 1789.This Inventory and appraisement of Frederick Ridenbaugh deced Estate was returned into Court & ordered to be recorded.Loudoun County Land Taxes (looked at years 1794-98)1794 Andrew Reideball (the word "Leave"?) was where the acreage is usually listed.From Marriages of Loudoun County, Virginia (1757-1853) by John Littlejohn aMethodist Episcaple Minister in Loudoun County, Virginia from June 1786. Bond.Elizabeth Ridenbaugh m. Abram Horn October 31, 1805

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