Ancestors of Marius Manning Kimmel

Generation No. 4

8. Johann George Kimmel, born December 25, 1743 in Eich, Michelstadt, Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany; died April 08, 1818 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 16. Johann Philip Kimmel and 17. Anna Elizabeth Voltz . He married 9. Juliana Kelly Ruby June 13, 1768 in York, York Co., Pennsylvania.

9. Juliana Kelly Ruby, born August 18, 1749 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania; died June 30, 1811 in Stoystown, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 18. Caspar Ruby and 19. Susanna Margaret Von Reudlen .

Children of Johann Kimmel and Juliana Ruby are:

4 i. Peter Kimmel, born November 17, 1771 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died September 01, 1843 in Jonesboro, Union Co. Illinois; married (1) Phoebe Husband June 23, 1796 in Somerset, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; married (2) Mary Weaver 1798.

ii. Catharine Kimmel, born February 18, 1774 in Pennsylvania; died 1844 in Jackson Co., Illinois; married Jabob Swartz 1790 in Stoystown, Pennsylvania; born August 28, 1760 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania; died July 26, 1842 in Salisburg, Pennsylvania.

Notes for Catharine Kimmel:
They moved to Illinois in 1817, during the territorial Anstey settled on
a farm that her father had bought for her across the Big Muddy River from
Brownsville, Illinois. She is buried in the Hagler Cemetery on Highway
127 southeast of Pomona, Illinois - she has no headstone but is buried
under a lone Pine Tree in the northwest corner. Close to her grave is a
Memorial Marker of a Jacob Schwartz, who is a son. The headstone says he
was a Corporal in the Ill inois Militia during the Blackhawk War. The
information that I have is that Jacob Schwartz son of Jacob and Catherine
Kimmel Schwartz is buried at the Schwartz family cemetery in Makanda Township.

Notes for Jabob Swartz:
The name Jacob Schwartz appears on the government rolls in the War of the
Revolution. On 27 June, 1781, he resided within the District of the 8th
Battali on, Lancaster Co, Militia, subject to Malita Law, 2nd Company, 8th
Class (PA. Archives, 5th Ser. V1,830). After the war he was a merchant
in Salisbury, Pennsylvania, where he died on 26 July, 1842. Two sons
died in 1814 (They were said to have been killed in an accident). The
family were members of the La ncaster Congregation of the Moravian
Church. He is buried in the Old Cemetery at Salisbury, Pennsylvania.
From a note written by Laura Bell Schwartz Thompson (Daughter of Horation
Schwartz) "Catherine Kimmel, married my great-grand father Jacob Schwartz
in Penn.: had several children by him,, then they moved to Illinois.
After a few years they separated & he went back to Penn. leaving her with
the children". In the "History of Jackson County Illinois" publ ished in 1879 by Brink,
McDonough & Company it states "Jacob and Catherine Swartz moved to
Jackson County, in 1817, and settled near Brownsville, where they lived
for a number of years.

The following information comes from The Daughter of the American
Revolution files (From an application for membership from a Katherine
Ann Applegate Gaydowski, filed on November 22, 1972. The record number is
576206. This application was verified and approved Jan 29 1973) :
This record was taken from the Genealogy of Geo. Kimmel 1743-1818 and his
wife Juliana, immigrant, Revolutionary Soldier, Pioneers Founders of the
Republic, compiled by Dr. Harry Kimmel Stoner, Berlin PA., 1933 Catherine
Kimmel Schwartz was the daughter of George Kimmel and his wife Juliana Ruby.

My ancestor's services in assisting the establishment of the American
Independenced uring the War of the Revolution were as follows:
2nd Co., 8th Battalion-8th Div. Signed at Lancaster Peen. January 27,
1781, John Ewing Capt. 2nd Class, 8 th Batt.L.C.M.

The said Jacob Swartz is the ancestor who assisted in establishing
American Independence, while acting in the capacity of Private, Penna.
Jacob Schwartz Peen. Archives
Series 5, Vol.7. Page 830.
After the Revolutionary War Jacob was a merchant in Salisbury, PA.

iii. George Kimmel, born March 14, 1776 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died January 24, 1849 in Berien Springs, St. Joseph Co., Michigan; married Mary Lobengier February 24, 1800; born May 06, 1782 in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania; died WFT Est. 1831-1877 in Berien Springs, St. Joseph Co., Michigan.

More About Mary Lobengier:
Burial: Unknown, Berien Springs, St. Joseph Co., Michigan

iv. Susanna Kimmel, born March 24, 1781; died November 25, 1856; married Conrad Will 1803; born January 03, 1779; died January 11, 1835.

v. Henry Kimmel, born June 07, 1784; died 1867; married Susanna Lobengier WFT Est. 1803-1833; born 1789; died 1871.

Notes for Henry Kimmel:
Henry and family moved to Jacksonville, IL in 1816. Later they moved to
Ypsilanti, MI, and lived there in 1825.

vi. Elizabeth Kimmel, born October 23, 1785; died WFT Est. 1800-1880; married (1) David Husband WFT Est. 1800-1833; born 1770; died Abt. 1840; married (2) John Ankeny December 15, 1807 in Somerset, Pennsylvania; born September 15, 1787 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; died June 15, 1850 in Mount Morris, Illinois.

vii. Mary Magdalene Kimmel, born August 27, 1789.

viii. Juliana Kimmel, born May 23, 1791; died WFT Est. 1805-1885; married Conrad Lichtenberger WFT Est. 1805-1838; born WFT Est. 1774-1794; died WFT Est. 1808-1880.

10. Herman David Husband He married 11. Emy Allen .

11. Emy Allen

Child of Herman Husband and Emy Allen is:

5 i. Phoebe Husband, born October 23, 1776; died March 21, 1797 in Berlin, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania; married Peter Kimmel June 23, 1796 in Somerset, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania.

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