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Anna Margaretha Bechtel Jungmann
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Birth: Sep. 13, 1721
Death: Nov. 22, 1793

From the history of old Moravian Cemetery:

From Frankenthal in the Palatinate, a daughter of John Bechtel, a minister of the Reformed Church at Germantown. In 1742 she became the wife of the Rev. Gottlob BŁttner, missionary among the Indians at Shekomeko, who died in 1745. She was married the second time to the missionary Rev. John George Jungman, with whom she spent 48 years in happy wedlock, becoming the mother of 8 children. Together they served in the Indian Mission, first in New York and Pennsylvania, and later in Ohio, through the perilous and trying experiences during the war, leading to the destruction of the mission station in Ohio. She spoke the Delaware tongue fluently. In 1785 her husband retired to Bethlehem.

Family links: 
  Johannes Bechtel (1690 - 1777)
  Maria Appollonia Marrett Bechtel (1691 - 1758)
  Johann George Jungmann (1720 - 1808)*
  Gottlob Buettner (1745 - 1745)*
  John Youngman (1749 - 1843)*
  Anna Rosina Jungman Ebert (1751 - 1803)*
  Peter Youngman (1760 - 1834)*
  Susanna Youngman Schulz (1764 - 1839)*
  Maria Agneta Bechtel Weygandt (1719 - 1789)*
  Anna Margaretha Bechtel Jungmann (1721 - 1793)
  Maria Apollonia Bechtel Weber (1733 - 1808)*
*Calculated relationship
ANNA MARGARET JUNGMANN late BECHTEL born Sept. 13, 1721 in PALATINATE departed Nov. 22, 1793.
Moravian Cemetery
Northampton County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Tad D. Campbell
Record added: Aug 22, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21080026
Anna Margaretha <i>Bechtel</i> Jungmann
Added by: Tad D. Campbell
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Anna Margaretha, you are my 6 x great-grandmother. May you rest in peace.
- Tad D. Campbell
 Added: Aug. 22, 2007

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