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Anna Margaretha Fox Gilbert
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Birth: Oct. 10, 1769
Donegal Springs
Lancaster County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: May 5, 1838
Pennsylvania, USA

Anna Margaretha Fox
Born: 10 Oct 1769, Donegal Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.
She was the daughter of Christian Fox and Maria Magdalena Rausch. She had ten siblings.

Marriage to Jacob Gilbert in Arendtsville, Adams, PA, circa 1785.
Anna died on 5 May 1838 in Strabad twp, Adams, PA, at age 68.

Buried: Arendtsville: Arendtsville Union Church (Zion Lutheran and Trinity Reformed; Arents Church), Adams Co., PA

Anna married Jacob Gilbert. (Jacob Gilbert was born on 20 Jun 1756 in Arendtsville, Adams Co., PA, died on 9 Feb 1831 in , Adams Co., PA 1 and was buried in Arendtsville: Arendtsville Union Church (Zion Lutheran and Trinity Reformed; Arents Church), Adams Co., PA.)

Children:

Susanna Gilbert b. 15 Jan 1786
Magdalena Gilbert b. 5 Jan 1788
Catherine Gilbert b. 29 Mar 1790
Elizabeth Gilbert b. 17 Feb 1792, d. 18 Sep 1827
John Christian Gilbert b. 6 Nov 1794
Anna Margaretha Gilbert b. 26 Apr 1796, d. 30 Jul 1887
Jacob Gilbert b. 16 Mar 1799
Salome Gilbert b. 14 Feb 1801
Jacob Gilbert b. 16 Jun 1802
George Gilbert b. 28 Apr 1803
Sophia Gilbert b. 20 Feb 1806, married Jacob Herman
Samuel Gilbert b. 23 Mar 1808
Heinrich Gilbert b. 28 Dec 1812, d. 10 Jan 1813
 
 
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 Parents:
  Christian Fox (1714 - 1795)
  Maria Magdalena Rausch Ernstberger Fox (1726 - 1802)
 
 Spouse:
  Jacob Gilbert (1756 - 1831)*
 
 Children:
  Sophia Gilbert Herman (1806 - 1876)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Stones buried
Cemetery notes and/or description:
Transcribed from Adams County Cemeteries Index

Located on the site of present Adams Co. National Bank building, where a Union Church was built about 1787. A 1909 publication reported that N. A. Gobrect found "over 1200 graves", many with "no stones or markers, many of those having been broken off or pulled out by vandal hands to be piled up, with few exceptions in the corner of the old graveyard." In 1922, D. C. Jacobs reported that on 26 May the remaining broken stones were gathered from the weeds and rubbish and buried on the southeastern portion of the cemetery where inscriptions could be read. Records were made of them before the stones were buried.

 
Burial:
Arendtsville Lutheran Reformed
Arendtsville
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Patti
Record added: Apr 11, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 108327038
 

Rest in Peace 5th Great-grandmother!
- Patti
 Added: Apr. 11, 2013
 
 
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