|Birth: ||May 19, 1712|
|Death: ||Dec., 1757|
Christened: May 19,1712 in Wallhausen,
This is where the family lived.
His father was born, married and
Ship:Aug.11,1732 Samuel of London,
Captain Hugh Percy,
Ship from Rotterdam by way of Crows
Arrival: Philadelphia, Aug.11,1732
Oath of Alleigance and
anglicized name to Leonard same day.
This made his name John Leonard Zigler
The spelling of the name Zeigler was changed
on his voyage logs to Zigler. So being
German,he went along with the English way
of writing it. Through time the name was
also changed to Ziglar. I have seen
various ways of spelling it, such as
other ways. But it should all come back
to either Ziegler,Ziglar,Zigler or Zeigler,
some have never changed it. When he died he may
have been using one of these names.
Marriage: Aug.23,1737 Orange Co.,Va.
Spouse: Barbara "Barbary" Zimmerman
Barbara was given 200 acres of land by
her father, when she got married.
Will dated: Dec.03,1757
Probated in spring 1758.
Owned land on Stony Run adjacent to
brother-in-law, Frederick Zimmerman
Land that was given to Barbara, by her
father,Christopher Zimmerman. All this
means is that Christopher owned a lot of
land at one point in time. Leonard
also bought land and his will states he
divided it up between his children and wife.
George Friderich Albrecht Zeigler
Apolonia Meckler Zeigler
They married: March 7,1693 Michelbach
1.Johann Christopher b.1738 Orange Co.,Va.
2.Leonard b.1740 Orange Co.,Va.
3.Elizabeth (1744 Orange Co.Va.-1842 Stokes Co.,N.C.)
Elizabeth was willed 200 acres of land by
her mother, after her mother died. Land that
was given to her mother, by Elizabeth's grandfather.
4.Nancy Ann b.1744 Orange Co.,Va.,d.(1805-1809) Harrison Co.,Va.
married about 1769, Culpeper Co.,Va.to
Amon Bohannon Rice and moved to Harrison Co.,Va. in 1805.
5.Susanna b.abt.1746-1750 Orange Co.,Va., married
Joshua Tilley about 1770, Culpeper Co.,Va.
They moved and lived in Stokes Co.,N.C.
There they owned a 630 acre tract of land.
almost one squire mile entered for Joshua
Tillery on October 5,1778.
Land granted to them by the State of Penn.
A second grant of 300 acres along the North
side of this grant was entered April,1780.
Land was along Hewins Creek.
By 1789, all was paid for and
nothing owed on land.
On,March 8,1789, they sold Leanna and Elisha
Thomas,157 1/2 acres of land, beginning
1/4 part of land tract of 630 acres,
for five lbs. Leanna and Elisha had been tenants.
(Leanna is Susanna's neice.)
Witnesses: A. Bostick,a tenant, Reuben Southern,Jr.,
On,March 8,1789. Joshua Tillery and wife,Susanna Zeigler
Tillery sold 300 acres on the Waters of
Hewins Creek, together with 1/4 of the 630 acres to Rueben Southern,Jr., a tenant on property, total of 457 1/2 acres. All for 100 lbs, current money.
Witnesses: A. Bostick, tenant, Elisha Thomas,
Joshua Tillery and family moved to Morgan Co.,Ga.
Bought land in Oglethorpe Co.,Ga. 1797.
Joshua was b.abt.1746 Orange Co.,Va. Died Sept.23,1822 Morgan Co.,Ga.
his will was probated Jan.6,1823. His parents are:
Henry Tillery and Catherine Proctor of Orange Co.,Va.
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Barbara Zimmerman Edwards (1718 - 1786)*
Christopher Zeigler (1738 - 1818)*
Leonard Zeigler (1740 - 1772)*
Susannah Ziegler Tillery (1746 - 1839)*
Hebron Lutheran Church Cemetery
Created by: Ninnette Zeigler
Record added: Aug 18, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 75124227
Not buried in this cemetery as it did not come in use until the early 1900s.|
Cathi Clore Frost
Added: Jul. 25, 2014
To my 6th Great Grandpa...Rest in Peace until we meet in Heaven. Love from Vicki Tillery.|
Added: Jul. 2, 2014
Added: May. 19, 2014
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