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REIMER Family - Mutterstadt 1600's

REIMER Family - Mutterstadt 1600's

Jeff Reimert (View posts)
Posted: 12 Dec 1999 8:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 3:57PM GMT
If anyone is researching the REIMER surname in the Mutterstadt/Ludwigshafen area of the Palatinate in the 1600's, please contact me. I would like to share information.

REIMER Family in Mutterstadt

Betty Massman (View posts)
Posted: 18 Dec 1999 5:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 3:58PM GMT
Hi, I'm a granddaughter of Lydia Jane Reimer who was the daughter of Isaac Henry Reimer, and a descendant of Hans Jacob Reimer b ca 1680, possibly in Mutterstadt. Hans Jacob died there 31 Dec 1742. Place of birth is questionable because of the destruction of Mutterstadt in the late 1600's. I have a lot of info on this family. Would like to compare notes.

REIMER Family in Mutterstadt

Jeff Reimert (View posts)
Posted: 18 Dec 1999 10:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 3:59PM GMT
Betty: please e-mail me: familyhistory@zombieland.com I have info on Hans Jacob and ancestors/descendants. The research was conducted by Prof. Dr. Burkhart Oertel. My info cites original records.

REIMER Family in Mutterstadt

Betty G. Massman (View posts)
Posted: 19 Dec 1999 6:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 4:01PM GMT
Surnames: Reimer, Stey
This is the same info I have, from the same source. I question Mutterstadt as the birthplace of Hans Jacib in1680 because of the destruction of the town in the 1680's or thereabouts. How do you descend from him? Thru Valentine or another son? i come down from Valentine and his second marriage to Anna Margaretha Stey.

REIMER Family in Mutterstadt

Jeff Reimert (View posts)
Posted: 19 Dec 1999 1:48PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 4:02PM GMT
Surnames: Reimer, Reimert
I descend through Ludwig (1651-1712), next Hans Bernard (1687-1757), next through Balthasar Reimer who immigrated to PA in 1754. His sons changed their surname to REIMERT, I am assuming to relieve themselves of responsibility from debts obtained by their father, but that is only a guess.

I know the town was decimated in the late 1600's but from what i could decipher on the mutterstadt website, http://Mutterstadt.de it appears as though the church and its records survived. I have been unable to find any good books on Mutterstadt in English (I don't read German) A book in German was recommended to me, but I have not obtained it yet.

REIMER Family in Mutterstadt

Betty Massman (View posts)
Posted: 19 Dec 1999 4:28PM GMT
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 4:03PM GMT
Hi Jeff, Annette Burgert's monograph on "Early Pioneers from Mutterstadt in the Palatinate" goes into some of the problems in Mutterstadt. The church records apparently "re-started" around 1676 with one baptism, one in 1679, one in 1689. The church recirds allegedly show the former villages of residence of new inhabitants, and there was a German history called Mutterstadt in Vergangenkeit und Gengenwart, published in Mannheim in 1967. Some of the Mutterstadt families left Germany in 1709 and went to England. I have other families from the same area .... Mutterstadt, Heidelberg, Mosbach, etc.
You can always get translations on the web if you need them, but a good German to English dictionery also helps.

Balthasar REIMER

Betty Massman (View posts)
Posted: 19 Dec 1999 4:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 4:04PM GMT
Surnames: Reimer, Renner, Kob
Btw, is this Balthasar who marriedMaria Magdalena Renner Kob?

Balthasar REIMER - wife; Maria RENNER

Jeff Reimert (View posts)
Posted: 19 Dec 1999 4:45PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 4:06PM GMT
Surnames: Reimer, Reimert, Renner, Sager, Baus, Reimmer, Rimer, Gemble, Gamble, Reichard, Fricker, Lorah, Krone, Crone, Stapleton, Rook, Rock
Yes, this is the Balthasar that you mention. I would love to compare notes. Do you have any info on Maria?

Individual Summary - 19 Dec 1999
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Name: Balthasar REIMER
Sex: Male
Father: Hans Bernhard REIMER (May 1687 - 20 Aug 1757)
Mother: Anna Catherina SAGER (1687 - 23 Jun 1751)

Individual Facts
Birth 30 May 1715 Mutterstadt, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany
Immigration 30 Sep 1754 (age 39) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Residence bet 1764-1772 (age 49) ; Berks Co., Pennsylvania
Death bet 1773-1789 (age 58) Berks Co., Pennsylvania
Religion Reformed;

Marriages/Children
1. Anna (Maria) Margaretha RENNER
Marriage 11 Feb 1738 (age 22) Mutterstadt, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany
Children Anna Margaretha REIMER (6 Jan 1739 - bef 1742)
Philip Heinrich (Henry) REIMERT (19 Nov 1739 - 5 Mar 1802)
Johann Caspar REIMER (19 Feb 1741 - 13 Apr 1744)
Anna Margaretha REIMER (6 Jul 1742 - )
Johann Nicolaus REIMERT (28 Oct 1743 - bet 1793 and 1825)
Johann Martin REIMER (15 Nov 1745 - 17 Apr 1747)
Johann Peter REIMER (15 Dec 1747 - 23 Feb 1748)
Johann Jacob REIMER (31 Dec 1752 - 9 May 1754)

Notes (Individual)
Birth: Mutterstadt is in the Palatinate (Rhineland=Pfalz), about five miles west
southwest of Ludwigshafen , between Speyer and Frankenthal.
Immigration: Balthasar was aboard the ship "Brothers" with wife and children. Pennsylvania experienced an influx of German immigrants in the early and mid 1700s due to religious persecution and financial hardships in the Palatinate region of Germany.

Age is listed as 40 on the ships manifest; however, according to verified information, Balthasar was 39 years and 4 months old at the time of his arrival in Pennsylvania.
Residence: Berks Co. court records Feb 1764 shows a John BAUS vs Balsar REIMMER. Capias Case.

Berks Co. court records May 1764 shows a Bernard GEMBLE vs Balsar RIMER: Summons Debt for 20 Pounds.

Berks Co. court records Aug 1764 shows a Bernhard GAMBLE vs Belsar REIMER. Capias Debt for 200 Pounds.

Berks Co. court records Feb 1769 shows a Mathias REICHARD vs Baltser REIMER. Capias Case.

Berks Co. court records May 1769 shows Lessee of Anthony FRICKER vs Balser REIMER, tenant. (-no case given-)

Berks Co. court records May 1770 shows Balsar REIMER vs George LORAH. Capias Trespass Quare C1. Fregit.

Berks Co. court records Aug 1770 shows Lawrence CRONE vs Balsar REYMER. Capias Debt: 13 Pounds.

Berks Co. court records Feb 1771 shows Lawrence KRONE vs Balsar REYMER and George BENDER. Capias Debt: 16 Pounds.

Berks Co. court records Feb 1771 shows Tobias STAPLETON vs Balsar REIMER. Capias Case.

Berks Co. court records Aug 1771 shows George ROOK vs Balsar REYMER. Capias Case.

Berks Co. court records Aug 1771 shows Lawrence KRONE vs Balsar REYMER. Capias Debt: 15 Pounds

Berks Co. court records Nov 1771 shows George ROCK, assee vic, vs Balser REYMER George BENDER. Summons Debt: 40 Pounds.

Berks Co. court Records May 1772 shows Lawrence CRONE vs Baltzar REIMER. Capias in Covenant.

Death: It is assumed that Balthasar died intestate in Berks Co. sometime after he ceased to appear in court records in Berks Co., and sometime before the 1790 Federal Census.
General: Balthasar is the 2nd cousin of Valentine REIMER, who came to PA in 1748 and settled in Northampton Co.

Re: Balthasar Reimer - wife; Maria Renner

Betty G. Massman (View posts)
Posted: 20 Dec 1999 6:42AM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 14 Oct 2006 4:09PM GMT
Surnames: Renner, Sagar
The only thing I can add at the moment is that Anna Maria Margaretha Renner was born at Fussgönheim, Pfalz, and Anna Catharina Sager was born at Ruchheim, Ludwigshafen. When I have more time, I'll compare your records with mine. BTW, where do you live? I'm in Cary, IL (near the WI border) I haven't done a lot of work on this family recently, but I'm very much interested in it. I'll get back to you asap.

Ludwig REIMER

Bruce Reimer (View posts)
Posted: 22 Dec 1999 6:31PM GMT
Edited: 18 Sep 2006 8:43PM GMT
I too am a descendant of a Ludwig Reimer Son of Stanislaus Reimer (1860-1940). The family immigrated to Manitoba, Canada around 1900 from Volhynia. Stanislaus and several sons, Ludwig, August, Peter are three that I am sure of.
The tendancy of naming sons after fathers and grandfathers makes it quite interesting. I am only starting my search so haven't a lot of information prior to 1900.

Bruce
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