|Birth: ||Nov., 1750|
Anna Maria (Neier-in) Eckroth Henrich
brn. around 1755-1760
Submitter's note: I found a
Anna Maria Nauer Christening date of December 4, 1750 Kirchberg, Iller, Katholische, Donau, Wrtt Wuertemberg Daughter of Godefridus Nauer and Salome (Effner/Oeffner)
Update note: Hans Nauer, and wife Francisca's (Mayr)daughter Anna Maria (Nauer) brn. 1726, may have been the Godparent to Anna Maria Nauer brn. 1750.
Unknown burial at the moment. Suspected to be buried in this cemetery
1st Wife of George Eckroth (2)
2nd Wife of Christian Henrich/Henry Jr.
Between May 16th and 26th, Christian Eckroad's/Eckroth's(3) mother, Anna Mary nee Neier/Neuer Eckroth and Stepfather Christian Henrich/Henry (Jr.) with George's Eckroth's/Eckroad's (3) minor children moved to Mifflin Township, Columbia County, PA. I believe Christian Eckroad/Eckroth(3) and his family probably accompanied them or moved there shortly after. (WK-book, page 268)
1. George Eckroth(3)He married Suzanne Catharine_____? 1803-04 In the 1810 Census of Brunswick Township, Berks County (Page 742) George (3) was listed as head of a family consisting of himself, his wife, one son, and two daughters. On 11th March 1811, Brunswick Township, Berks County, and West Penn Township of Northampton County just north over the Blue Mountain, became part of the new Schuylkill County, PA. George Eckroth (3) and his wife Susan Catharine thereby became the founder of the "Eckroth/Eckrode family in Schuylkill County". (WK-book page 257). See bio: George Eckroth Jr.
2. Anna Catharine Eckroth(3)daughter of George Eckenroth and his wife Anna Maria (Neur) born 13th February 1784 (more likely 1783) Baptized at the same time (16th March 1783) and place (Christian Henrich's House at Asperum Collem Spitzenberg) as above: Sponsors, Christopher Eckenroth and his wife Anna Margaret (Henrich)Eckenroth. (Goshenhoppen Registers, page 88; Records, Volume 3, page 365). (WK-book page 266)
3. Christian Eckroth/Eckroad(3)married Eleanor Ireley around 1806/1807. On 15th of August 1805, Christian Eckroth(3), George's Eckroth(3) brother, had agreed to sell his father's 160 acre tract of Land in Lynn Township, Northampton County to Michael Brobst (Also kown as Michael Pope) of Albany Township, Berks County. However, before the sale could be completed, the Northampton County Orphan's Court awarded the property to George Eckroth(3) on or before the April 1807 session of the Court. On 23rd October 1807 Christian Eckroth(3), now living in Albany Township, Berks county sold his own individual right and title to the property to Michael Brobst. Three days later, on 26th October 1807, his brother, George Eckroth(3) sold a part of the property and on 17th March 1808 the remainder of the property, all to Michael Brobst (Northampton County Deed Book C3, page 334; Lehigh County Deed Book 1, page 243. After George Eckroth(3)first son of George Eckroth(2)and with George Eckroth(2), recognizing the imminence of his death, concluded the agreement with his son Christian Eckroth(3) rather than with George Eckroth(3) who was not "available". (WK-book pages 267-268) See bio: Christian Eckroth
4. Peter Eckroth(3) married Rosina around 1810 In November-December 1818 Peter Eckroth(3), son of George Eckroth(2) and 2nd cousin of Christian Eckenroth(4),died in Lynn Twp., Lehigh County(until 1813 part of Northampton County). In his will (Lehigh County Probate File#285), Peter Eckroth(3) states that his wife Rosina (Rose Anna) and children are to move and live on the land purchased/ to be purchased for him on/ near the Susquehanna (river)by Christian Eckenroth(4). Peter had 3 children:Pollij,Leah, and Harrata. (WK-book page 280). See bio: Peter Eckenroth
5. James Jacob Eckroth(3) Listed as "Eccorod", James (Jacob) born 23rd June (23 or 25 May 1788) of George Eccorod and his wife Maria Weuer (Neuer) baptized 25th May (23 or 25 June 1788); Sponsors, James (Jacob) Frederick Aitz (Lutz) and Elizabeth Eccorod (GR, page 139; Records, Volume 8, page 347). (WK-book page 282)
6. Catharine Elizabeth(3)born 26th March (1791) of George Eckenrot and his wife Mary (Neuer); baptized 22nd May (1791); Sponsors, Henry Veven (Vewertz) youth and Catharine Stal (Stahl) maiden. (GR, page 148; Records, Volume 8, page 356). Please note:Vewertz is probably Biebers or Beewerths/Bewerths/Bewaehrts/Baver known as the Biebers or Beavers family surname. (WK-book page 288)
7. Polly (Mary)Eckroth(3) (WK-book page 288)
8. Daniel Eckroth(3) born 13th November 1794 of George Eckenrodt and his wife Mary (Neuer), non-Catholic, baptized 22nd March (1795); Sponsors, Philip and Magdalen Burkhard. (GR, page 158; Records, Volume 8 page 366). In the year 1815-16 He moved to Mifflin Township, Columbia County were he married his second cousin once removed; Margaretha Rebecca Eckroth born Eckenroth was born on 19th April 1793. Margaretha Rebecca, known as,"Peggy" Eckroth was the daughter of Christian Eckenroth's second wife, Maria Magdalen born Schlosser, the younger sister of Christian's first wife Catherine Anna. Check "Eckroat" for his decendants. Daniel later moved to Stark County, Navarre, Ohio Please note: See Daniel "Eckroate" for his bio. (WK-book page 289) See bio: Daniel Eckroate
9. John Eckroth(3) married his second Cousin; Mary Eckenroth daughter of Christian Eckenroth. They moved to Stark County,Navarre, Ohio Please note: See John "Eckroat/Eckroate" for his bio. (WK-book page 301). See bio: John Eckroate
10.Mary Barbara Eckroth(3)born 5th November 1798 of George Eckenrod and his wife Mary (Neuer) baptized 15th December (1798); Sponsors, Peter Eckenrod (Son of Christopher 2) and his wife Mary (Eck). (GR, page 193; Records, Volume 11, page 50). (WK-book page 310)
11.Carl (Charles)Eckroth(3) born 3rd September (1802) of George Eckenrodt and his wife Mary (Neuer) baptized by Catholic Priest, Fr. Paul Erntzen, on 28th November (1802); Sponsors, Philip and Elizabeth Henrich. (GR, page 193; Records, Volume 11, page 50). Carl or "Charles" married Elizabeth Rhinehard (Rheinhart)around 1834. (WK-book page 311).
Charles Eckroth went to Mifflin township and attended the country schools. He followed farming, owning about ten acres of land, and besides cultivating his own place, worked around among the neighbors. He was a member of the German Reformed Church. His wife, Elizabeth Rheinard, born in 1818, died in 1906, and their children were:
a. Mary (Eckroth)Sponenberg brn. 1835 died 1915, wife of Samuel Sponenberg
b. George J. Eckroth brn. June 6, 1838 died 1920, married Sarah Ethel Sitler brn. Jun 28, 1838, she died 1914.
c. Elizabeth (Eckroth), who died at the age of sixteen
d. Samuel Eckroth, living on a six-acre tract near Briar Creek
e. Sarah (Eckroth)Sponenberg, wife of Philip Sponenberg
f. Elizabeth Eckroth
g. Malinda (Eckroth)Whitenight, wife of Frank Whitenight, Buckhorn, Columbia county.
Please note: Taufschein of Carl Egroth/Eckroth Carl Egroth ist geboren the 3. Sept 1802 In Pennsylv. in Northamp. County in Linn Township der Vater war Georg Egroth und die Mutter Maria eine geborne Neierin Und wurde getauft von Hn. Paul Ernst Taufzeuger waren Philip Steingarter und seine Ehefrau
Please note: Translation of Carl Eckroth's baptism document:
Carl Eckroth is born the 3rd September 1802 In Pennsylvania in Northampton County, in Lynn Township
The Father was George Eckroth and the Mother Maria born (Neier) And was baptized by Mr. Paul Ernst Fr. Paul Erntzen Sponsors were Philip Steingarter and his Wife.
Sources: Canfield Twp. Cemetery & Death Records, Mahoning Co. OH, 1983, p. 113
Surname Suggestions: Eggrot/Eckroth/Eckrod/Eckrodt/Eckrode/Egroth/Eckenrode/
George Eckroth (1740 - 1805)*
Peter Eckenroth (____ - 1818)*
George Eckroth (1782 - 1814)*
Christian Eckroth (1784 - 1850)*
Daniel Eckroate (1794 - 1864)*
John Eckroate (1796 - 1871)*
Created by: Joseph
Record added: Jan 27, 2010
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