Capt John Arndt's Co
Miltia raised at Forks Township. Met with disaster at the Battle for New York City in 1776 with many
killed or taken prisoner by the British.
Capt John Arndt
1st Lt Joseph Martin
2nd Lt Peter Kicklein
3rd Lt Isaac Shimer
Sgt Philip Arndt
Sgt Andrew Herster**
Sgt Andrew Keifer**
Sgt Robert Scott
Cpl Elijah Crawford
Cpl George Edelman
Cpl Jacob Kichline
Cpl Peter Richter
Drummer John Arndt*
Fifer Henry Allshouse*
Privates: Jacob Andrew; Isaac Berlin*; Conrad Bittenbender**; Adam Bortz*; Henry Bosh Jr.*; Philip Bosh**; Henry Bush Sr.**; John Bush*; Peter Byer**; Josiah Chass; Lewis Collins*; Samuel Curry*; M. Deal; Martin Derr**; Jacob Difford**; Jost Dornblaser; Benjamin Dupue; George Eddinger*; Jacob Engler*; Lawrence Erb**; George Essigh; A. Everts; John Falstich; James Farrel; Henry Fatzinger; J. Fraunfelter; Peter Frees**; Henry Fretz*; A. Frutchey**; George Fry**; Christian Harpel*; Christian Harpel 2nd*; John Harpel; James Hindshaw*; M. Kailor; Joseph Keller*; Peter Kern**; John Kessler; Isaac Koon*; Jacob Kreider*; M. Kress; Peter Lehr**; Daniel Lewis; Robert Lyle; J. McCracken; Jacob McFarran; Conrad Metz; John Middagh; Bernhard Miller; Jacob Miller; Joseph Miner*; Henry Onangst; Richard Overfield**; Abraham Peter**; Paul Reaser*; Philip Reeser; Frederick Riegert*; John Ross*; Christian Roth*; George Ryman; Daniel Sailor; George Shibly; Isaac Shoemaker; John Shurtz*; Henry Siegel; Conrad Smith; John Smith; Macheas Steininger**; Christian Stout; Joseph Stout**; Henry Strauss*; Thomas Sybert; Alexander Sylliman; James Symonton; Frederick Wagner*; Jacob Wagner; William Warrand*; Adam Weidknecht*; Henry Weidknecht*; Jacob Weidnecht**; F. Wilhelm*; Henry Wolf Jr.; Henry Wolf Sr.*; John Wolf*; John Yent; Valentine Yent; Adam Yohe
* Killed or taken prisoner at Fort Washington
** Killed or taken prisoner at Long Island
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume18 page 295
Mrs. Isabel Hickman Meyers.
DAR ID Number: 17805
Born in Easton, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Oliver H. Meyers.
Descendant of Maj. Robert Traill, Adam Heckman, Col. Peter Kichline, and Sergt. Andrew Herster, all of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Edmund Heckman and Sarah Traill Yohe, his wife.
Granddaughter of Herman Schneider Heckman and Mary Butz, his wife; Adam Yohe and Isabella Traill Mengesser, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Heckman and Mary Schneider, his wife; David Butz and Mary Herster (1790-1868), his wife; Peter Mengesser and Sara Traill, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Adam Heckman and Elizabeth Krider, his wife; Peter Schneider and Susanna Kichline, his wife; John Herster (1758-1856) and Margaret Snyder (1769-1811), his wife; Robert Traill and Elizabeth Grotz, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Kichline and Margaretta Kichline, his wife; Andrew Heister and Anna Maria Martseller (1736-1830), his wife (m. 1756).
Robert Traill, (1744-1816), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and served as major of the Northampton county militia. He was born in Orkney Island, Scotland, and died in Easton, Pa.
Also No. 8592.
[p.295] Adam Heckman served as a fifer in the Northampton Associators, where he was born, 1758.
Peter Kichline, (1722-89), was a member of the Committee of Safety and colonel in the Flying Camp at Long Island, where he was wounded. He was born in Germany and died in Easton, Pa.
Also Nos. 11350, 14842.
Andrew Herster, (1726-76), served under Col. Peter Kichline in the battalion of Northampton Associators, and was captured at Long Island and died on a prison ship.
(No.8592= Mrs. Ellen Moffat Baum.
DAR ID Number: 8592
Born in Pennsylvania.
Wife of Henry Mason Baum.
Descendant of Maj. Robert Traill and of Lieut. Thomas Stewart, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Edward Farmer Stewart and Margaret Kennedy Runkle, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Stewart and Elizabeth Green, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Green and Elizabeth Traill, his wife; Thomas Stewart and Rachel Farmer Dewees, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Traill and Elizabeth Grotz, his wife.
Robert Traill, 1775, was clerk of the Committee of Observation and 1777 major of the Northampton county battalion.
Thomas Stewart, 1775, enlisted as a private and in 1780 was lieutenant of Bucks County Associators. )
PA German Church Records CD 130
St. Michaelis and Zion Congregation
Joh, John Adam married Seippen, Elisabeth Christina May 18 at Mount Holly. Witness: Jurg Michael Kampher (Reformed) , Anna Eva Oxin
Williams Township Congregation
Johe, Sarah Rosina, d John Adam and w. Christina. b March 11 baptized September 20. sp. Peter Hering and w. Anna Rosina. 1753
Land Warrants for Northampton Co., Pa. 1752 - 1886 http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/8467/Y-warrants.htm...
Copied from the Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Vol.26
Name Acres Date of Survey
YOHE, Adam Lot No. 76 Oct. 23, 1765
YOHE, George 200 July 1, 1784
YOHE, George 100 July 1, 1784
YOHE, George 50 July 1, 1784
YOHE, Adam Jr. 200 July 8, 1784
YOHE, JOHN 400 Feb. 2, 1785
YOHE, Adam Jr. 200 Feb. 2, 1785
YOHE, Michael 400 March 29, 1785
YOHE, Jacob 30 March 6, 1786
YEHL, And'w (alias YEHE) 20 Dec. 15, 1790
YOHE, Adam 400 Oct. 11, 1792
YOHE, Adam 40 Oct. 31, 1792
YOHE, Adam 120 Oct. 31, 1792
YOHE, Adam 400 Feb. 26, 1793
YOHE, Adam 400 March 4, 1793
YOHE, Adam 400 Aug. 20, 1793
YOHE, Adam 400 Feb. 11, 1794