Mullins Genealogy - Person Page 112

William Alexander Reed1

M, #4014, b. 15 November 1795

FatherPhelps Reed1 b. 1771, d. Feb 1835
MotherHannah Noe1 b. 22 Jul 1773, d. b 1830
William Alexander Reed|b. 15 Nov 1795|p112.htm#i4014|Phelps Reed|b. 1771\nd. Feb 1835|p111.htm#i3628|Hannah Noe|b. 22 Jul 1773\nd. b 1830|p99.htm#i3629|George Reed|b. 23 Dec 1719\nd. 17 Nov 1784|p111.htm#i3632|Abigail Phelps|b. c 1738|p104.htm#i3633|Joseph Noe|b. c 1750\nd. b 1830|p99.htm#i3630|Cathrine Kimbro||p74.htm#i3631|

Relationship5th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited23 Dec 2000
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Birth*15 November 1795 1 
Marriage*8 December 1815 Rutledge, Tennessee, Principal=Anney Eustice1 

Family

Anney Eustice

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

Laura Reeves

F, #1865, b. October

FatherSherdell Reeves
MotherJanice Matthews
Laura Reeves|b. Oct|p112.htm#i1865|Sherdell Reeves|||Janice Matthews|||||||||George W. Matthews|b. 6 Aug 1905|p85.htm#i1775|Thelma E. Hamm|b. 22 Apr 1912\nd. 15 Jun 1944|p63.htm#i1854|

Relationship3rd cousin 2 times removed of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited22 Jan 2002
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Birth*October 1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Betty Hulsey Ellison, Matthews and Related.

Rebecca Reeves

F, #1863, b. 21 June

FatherSherdell Reeves
MotherJanice Matthews
Rebecca Reeves|b. 21 Jun|p112.htm#i1863|Sherdell Reeves|||Janice Matthews|||||||||George W. Matthews|b. 6 Aug 1905|p85.htm#i1775|Thelma E. Hamm|b. 22 Apr 1912\nd. 15 Jun 1944|p63.htm#i1854|

Relationship3rd cousin 2 times removed of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited22 Jan 2002
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Birth*21 June 1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Betty Hulsey Ellison, Matthews and Related.

Alvin C Rehkop1

M, #1612

Last Edited22 Jan 2002
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Marriage*17 July 1943 Principal=Norma Mae Matthews 

Family

Norma Mae Matthews b. 3 Oct 1927
Children
  • Alvin C Rehkop
  • Marc Douglas Rehkop
  • Patricia Gail Rehkop

Citations

  1. [S10] Betty Hulsey Ellison, Matthews and Related.

Helen Revelle1

F, #1641, b. 28 March 1916, d. 27 February 2003

Last Edited8 Jan 2006
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Birth*28 March 1916 From:Lynette L. Davey
Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2006 9:01 PM
To:Ken
Subject: Mullins Family Genealogy on Rootsweb.com

Hello Ken, I am sending this email to two email addresses for you in hopes at one arrives to the correct place. I saw you posting below on Rootsweb.com and wanted to add a little info on Helen Revelle. She was born 3-28-1916 d. 2-27-2003) and is buried in Troy Cemetery. Her last known address is Galena, Washoe, Nevada 89511. Her SSN: 052-22-9319 issued in NY. Possible parents for Helen are: George O. Revelle (b. 2-6-1891 d. 11-7-1945) died in Bollinger Co., MO & Zula F. (Markham) Revelle (b. 9-6-1891 d. 4-17-1960) born and died in Bollinger Co., MO. Both possible parents buried in Morgan Memorial Cemetery in Advance, MO Stoddard Co. Lynette Davey of MO 
Marriage*20 July 1945 Principal=Joseph Glenwood Turnbeaugh 
Death*27 February 2003 Source: Lynette Davey 
Burial*circa 3 March 2003 Troy Cemetery, Source: Lynette Davey 
Married Name Turnbeaugh 

Family

Joseph Glenwood Turnbeaugh b. 20 Apr 1923
Children
  • Susan Katherine Turnbeaugh
  • Sharon Jean Turnbeaugh
  • Sheila Dean Turnbeaugh

Citations

  1. [S10] Betty Hulsey Ellison, Matthews and Related.

Jane Reynolls1

F, #3643

Relationship10th great-grandmother of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited6 Nov 2000
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Marriage*January 1661/62 Barbados, West Indies, Principal=Thomas Felps Sr1 
Married NameJanuary 1661/62 Felps 

Family

Thomas Felps Sr b. c 1644
Children

Reference4425

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000, Dated: 7 August 2000.
  2. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

Grace Lillian Rhinehart1,2,3

F, #5619, b. circa 1884, d. 5 December 1925

Last Edited29 Jan 2010
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Birth*circa 1884 2 
Birth10 June 1886 Bloom City, Richland, Wisconsin3 
Marriage*2 October 1904 La Farge, Vernon, Wisconsin, Marriage: Lott Eugene Henthorn on 2 Oct 1904 in La Farge, Vernon, WI
Married by A. F. Drew, County Commissioner., Principal=Lott Eugene Henthorn3 
Death*5 December 1925 La Farge, Vernon, Wisconsin, Died: 5 Dec 1925, La Farge, Vernon, WI. at age 393 
Burial*circa 7 December 1925 Bear Creek Cem, La Farge, Vernon, Wisconsin, Buried: La Farge, Vernon, WI., Bear Creek Cem3 
Married Name2 October 1904 Henthorn3 

Family 1

Lott Eugene Henthorn b. 28 Dec 1883, d. 19 Feb 1923
Child

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. Grace Lillian Rhinehart-1

    * Born: 10 Jun 1886, Bloom City, Richland, WI. 1
    * Marriage: Lott Eugene Henthorn- on 2 Oct 1904 in La Farge, Vernon, WI. 1
    * Died: 5 Dec 1925, La Farge, Vernon, WI. at age 39 1
    * Buried: La Farge, Vernon, WI., Bear Creek Cem. 1

    Have Death Certificate.

    Have Marriage License.

    Married by A. F. Drew, County Commissioner.

    Death Certificate refers to Baptist Church.

    Lot's Death certificate registered by Grace gave her date of birth as December 28, 1883.

    Grace married Lott Eugene Henthorn, son of Coleman Henthorn and Susan Griffith, on 2 Oct 1904 in La Farge, Vernon, WI..1 (Lott Eugene Henthorn- was born on 28 Dec 1883 in La Farge, Vernon, WI., Stark,1 died on 19 Feb 1923 in La Farge, Vernon, WI. 1 and was buried in La Farge, Vernon, WI., Bear Creek Cem. 1.)

    Sources

    1 Hallenbeck, Kermit W, Kermit W HALLENBECK's Personal Ancestor File (Kermit W HALLENBECK). Repository: Pelegrino, Mrs. Donald, Indian Wells, CA 92210, U.S.A. Surety: 3

    Explanation of Surety Levels
    Compiled by Don Evan Appleby.
  2. [S273] Richard Earl Henthorn, "eMail from Richard Henthorn," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 28 Jan 2010.
  3. [S274] My Appleby Related Families, online http://www.deappleby.com/myapplebyrelatedfamilies/232.htm, Hallenbeck, Kermit W, Kermit W HALLENBECK's Personal Ancestor File (Kermit W HALLENBECK). Repository: Pelegrino, Mrs. Donald, Indian Wells, CA 92210, U.S.A. Surety: 3.

Rowena Rhinehart

F, #256, b. 13 December 1755, d. 4 July 1831

ChartsElizabeth Ancestory
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 May 2004
DivorcedY
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Birth*13 December 1755 Sailsbury Dist, Montgomery, North Carolina, Hello everyone,

Concerning the dates for Rowena Rhinehart Redwine.

Birth, death, mar., dates comes from a January 16, 1975, No. 378 Family Puzzler's page. It says contributed by Mrs. Sarah F. White, Comer, GA from records in possession compiled by Mrs. Hattie Jordan, Cannon, GA 1938.

Jacob Redwine b. 10-12-1751, mar 2-29-1776, died 2-25-1840, mar Rowena Rhinehart, b 12-13-1755, died 7-4-1831. then it lists their children.

I cannot swear to the validity of the dates, especially the birth date of Rowena. the marriage date, and death date seem to stand up with other records. I was given this page when I first started searching in 1982.

Hope this helps,
take care
Gayle Keough1,2 
Marriage*29 February 1776 Pittsburg ?, Northampton, Pennsylvania, Principal=Jacob Redwine3 
Death*4 July 1831 Franklin, or Elbert now Hart, Georgia1 
Burial*circa 6 July 1831 Redwine Methodist Church Cemetery, Franklin, now Hart, Georgia3 
Married Name Redwine 

Family

Jacob Redwine b. 12 Oct 1751, d. 25 Feb 1840
Children

Reference743

Citations

  1. [S74] Tex Dick, "Tex Dick E-mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 6 Feb 2001.
  2. [S119] Charles Wesley Smith.
  3. [S39] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 6 June 1998, RootsWeb.

George Rhodes1

M, #3718, b. 1761

FatherJohn Rhodes1 b. 1734, d. 1799
MotherJane (W-O J. Rhodes)1
George Rhodes|b. 1761|p112.htm#i3718|John Rhodes|b. 1734\nd. 1799|p112.htm#i3714|Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)||p2.htm#i3715|||||||||||||

Relationship6th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
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Birth*1761 Goochland, Virginia1 
Death* 1 

Citations

  1. [S114] Nancy Ellis.

Jacob Rhodes1

M, #3716, b. 1756

FatherJohn Rhodes1 b. 1734, d. 1799
MotherJane (W-O J. Rhodes)1
Jacob Rhodes|b. 1756|p112.htm#i3716|John Rhodes|b. 1734\nd. 1799|p112.htm#i3714|Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)||p2.htm#i3715|||||||||||||

Relationship6th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
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Birth*1756 Goochland, Virginia1 
Death* 1 

Citations

  1. [S114] Nancy Ellis.

John Rhodes1

M, #3714, b. 1734, d. 1799

ChartsElizabeth Ancestory
Relationship7th great-grandfather of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 May 2004
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Birth*1734 Goochland, Virginia1 
Marriage*1754 Goochland, Virginia, Principal=Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)1 
Death*1799 Goochland, Virginia1 
Burial* Goochland, Virginia1 
Note* Information obtained from: Mary Kate Fagan Cook's DAR records John Rhodes served in the Revolutionary War as a fifer in Capt Fox Company, 6th Virginia Regiment. He enlisted 25 Aug 1777 for three years. Was transfered in Oct 1778 to Capt. Benjamin Talieferres Company and in Oct 1779 to Capt John Slokers Company same Regiment. His name was last name on the payroll of that Company for Nov 17791 

Family

Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)
Children

Reference562

Citations

  1. [S114] Nancy Ellis.

John Rhodes1

M, #3721, b. 1767

FatherJohn Rhodes1 b. 1734, d. 1799
MotherJane (W-O J. Rhodes)1
John Rhodes|b. 1767|p112.htm#i3721|John Rhodes|b. 1734\nd. 1799|p112.htm#i3714|Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)||p2.htm#i3715|||||||||||||

Relationship6th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
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Birth*1767 Goochland, Virginia1 
Death* 1 
Note* E-Mail From: Ned W. Rhodes
Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 4:19 PM
To: e-mail address
Subject: John Rhodes

I see that you have information about a John Rhodes, born in 1767. I am looking for information on a John Rhodes, born April 2, 1767 somewhere in Virginia. All I know was he was married twice and I only have the name of the second wife, which was Lydia More. They had a son William Waters who was married three times.

If any of this sounds familiar or you have any additional information about John Rhodes, I would be interested in sharing. If this is the same John Rhodes, then I would have a link to his father and that would be a help to me.

Thanks.
 

Citations

  1. [S114] Nancy Ellis.

Mary Jane Rhodes1

F, #3659, b. 1755, d. 22 July 1822

FatherJohn Rhodes1 b. 1734, d. 1799
MotherJane (W-O J. Rhodes)1
Mary Jane Rhodes|b. 1755\nd. 22 Jul 1822|p112.htm#i3659|John Rhodes|b. 1734\nd. 1799|p112.htm#i3714|Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)||p2.htm#i3715|||||||||||||

ChartsElizabeth Ancestory
Relationship6th great-grandmother of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited11 Mar 2003
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Birth*1755 Goochland, Virginia1 
Marriage*1770 Goochland, Virginia, Principal=John E Ellis1 
Death*22 July 1822 Church Hill, Hawkins, Tennessee1 
Burial*circa 24 July 1822 Ellis Family Cemetery, Church Hill, Hawkins, Tennessee1 
Married Name Ellis1 

Family

John E Ellis b. 1750, d. 1815
Children

Reference281

Citations

  1. [S114] Nancy Ellis.

Michael Rhodes1

M, #3720, b. 1765

FatherJohn Rhodes1 b. 1734, d. 1799
MotherJane (W-O J. Rhodes)1
Michael Rhodes|b. 1765|p112.htm#i3720|John Rhodes|b. 1734\nd. 1799|p112.htm#i3714|Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)||p2.htm#i3715|||||||||||||

Relationship6th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
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Birth*1765 Goochland, Virginia1 
Death* 1 

Citations

  1. [S114] Nancy Ellis.

Thomas Rhodes1

M, #3719, b. 1763

FatherJohn Rhodes1 b. 1734, d. 1799
MotherJane (W-O J. Rhodes)1
Thomas Rhodes|b. 1763|p112.htm#i3719|John Rhodes|b. 1734\nd. 1799|p112.htm#i3714|Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)||p2.htm#i3715|||||||||||||

Relationship6th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
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Birth*1763 Goochland, Virginia1 
Death* 1 

Citations

  1. [S114] Nancy Ellis.

William Rhodes1

M, #3717, b. 1758, d. 12 July 1822

FatherJohn Rhodes1 b. 1734, d. 1799
MotherJane (W-O J. Rhodes)1
William Rhodes|b. 1758\nd. 12 Jul 1822|p112.htm#i3717|John Rhodes|b. 1734\nd. 1799|p112.htm#i3714|Jane (W-O J. Rhodes)||p2.htm#i3715|||||||||||||

Relationship6th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
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Birth*1758 Goochland, Virginia1 
Marriage*1755 Goochland, Virginia1 
Death*12 July 1822 St Louis, Missouri1 
Note* Information obtained from: Mattie Kate Fagan Cook's DAR Re cords1 

Citations

  1. [S114] Nancy Ellis.

John Rice1

M, #5598

Last Edited28 Jan 2011
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Marriage*1852 From:kaylin@wcnet.org[:EMAIL]
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 9:47 PM
To: Ken Mullins
Subject: Adeline (Reed) (Riggs) (Rice)

Ken:

Here is information that I have had for some time, but had temporarily misplaced. Tells a little more about Adeline Reed.

This obituary of Adaline (Read) (Riggs) (Rice) was found by Joyce McCorkle in the family Bible of her great grandfather, Jesse T. Cowan, Buncombe County, NC. Although she had no idea how (or if) it connected with her family, she posted it on the Internet.

Newspaper unknown. Rice----died at the family residence, in the vicinity of Morristown, Tenn., on the 13th Dec. 1879 in the 80th year of her age, Mrs. Adaline Rice, a relief of the late John Rice, of precious memory.

Her maiden name was Read. In 1816 she became the wife of Ellis Riggs. For more than thirty years she was to him a faithful wife, and devoted mother to their children. In 1848 Mr. Riggs died, and in 1852 she became the wife of John Rice. In Nov. 1876 she was stricken with paralysis and never recovered sufficiently to converse with her friends. She had been a pure consecrated woman from her youth and adorned through all the vicissitudes of a long and useful life the "doctrine of God her Savior."

We laid her remains to rest in Liberty Hill Church yard on the 13th last, amid tears and joys of her friends and neighbors--weeping that they should see her face no more on earth, and rejoicing in full assurance of resurrection.

She was a Methodist of the original type, for more than sixty years her house was the preacher's home.

She had known, loved and administered to the necessities of the pioneers of Methodism in the beautiful Holston Valley, and continued gladly to do the same for their successors, until she quietly "fell asleep" in Jesus and went to her reward.


Linda K. Smith
Toledo, Ohio, Principal=Adeline Reed1 
Note* Judy Rice
1/19/11 at 6:51 AM

i a desendent of awennaietha(angus) b 1784 his wife felicite b 1787 his son was pierre rice(atawenrate )rice b 1814 his wife was scholastique kaniserentha picard b 1834 his son was my grandfather b 1870 terarihoken rice his wife was mary ann stuart b 1875 in maryland usa her native name was (karonhiarorks) she was a mid wife in kahnawake israel sister was rosina louise rice stacy my father was arthur rice born 1910 judy rice toffoli

http://www.geni.com/people/Judy-Rice/6000000010703185837 

Family

Adeline Reed b. 3 May 1800, d. 13 Dec 1879

Citations

  1. [S188] Linda Smith [mailto:e-mail address], "E-Mail from Linda Smith," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 29 Mar 03.

Reuben Richards

M, #2911

Last Edited1 Nov 1998
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Marriage*12 November 1809 Elbert, Georgia, Principal=Rachel Bond1 

Family

Rachel Bond b. 1790

Citations

  1. [S48] Unknown author, Marriage record, bond, CD, or certificate.

Martha Richison1

F, #3246

ChartsElizabeth Ancestory
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited6 Nov 2000
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Marriage*circa 1818 Principal=Jesse Lawson1 
Married Namecirca 1818 Lawson1 

Family

Jesse Lawson b. c 1801
Child

Reference231

Citations

  1. [S93] Mitch Cain, "Mitch Cain E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 1 Jan 2000.

Delphinia Riddle1

F, #3451

Last Edited4 Jul 2000
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Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Marriage* Principal=William Maris1 
Married Name Maris1 

Family

William Maris b. 15 May 1782, d. 2 Jul 1864
Children

Citations

  1. [S111] Unknown compiler, 4 Jul 2000.

Johann Michael Riedweyl Sr1,2,3

M, #1903, b. 22 March 1732, d. 13 December 1802

 
 

FatherJohann Ludwig Riethweil b. 14 Aug 1699, d. c May 1772
MotherBarbara Bächlin b. 1 Nov 1710, d. a 1772
Johann Michael Riedweyl Sr|b. 22 Mar 1732\nd. 13 Dec 1802|p112.htm#i1903|Johann Ludwig Riethweil|b. 14 Aug 1699\nd. c May 1772|p112.htm#i2002|Barbara Bächlin|b. 1 Nov 1710\nd. a 1772|p27.htm#i2003|Frederick Riethweil|b. 15 Jul 1679\nd. 23 Jan 1753|p112.htm#i2015||||(?) Bächlin|b. 1690|p27.htm#i3127|Anna Barbara|b. 1690|p12.htm#i3126|

Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited31 May 2008
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Birth*22 March 1732 Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany, The Daniel Redwine Bible lists the birth of Michael REDWILE as 22 Mar 1732.
Source: "Ancestors and Descendants of John and Sarah and other Redwines," by Martha Redwine Nelson4,5 
Baptism22 March 1733 Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany, Johann Michael RIEDWEYL was baptized 22 Mar 1733. This would have been on his first birthday. He was listed as the son of Ludwig
RIEDWEYL and Barbara.
Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany6,7 
Marriage*24 June 1751 Northampton, Pennsylvania, Principal=Christina Seyler8 
Death*13 December 1802 Montgomery, North Carolina3 
Burial* Yadkin River, Montgomery, North Carolina3 
Name Variation Michael, Mike Redwile, Redwine8 
Religion* Lutheran7 

Family

Christina Seyler b. 27 Jan 1728
Marriage*24 June 1751 Northampton, Pennsylvania, Principal=Christina Seyler8 
Children

Citations

  1. 22 Mar 1733
    Johann Michael RIEDWEYL was baptized 22 Mar 1733. This would have
    been on his first birthday. He was listed as the son of Ludwig
    RIEDWEYL and Barbara.
    Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany.
  2. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001, 22 Mar 1733
    Johann Michael RIEDWEYL was baptized 22 Mar 1733. This would have
    been on his first birthday. He was listed as the son of Ludwig
    RIEDWEYL and Barbara.
    Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany.
  3. [S39] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 6 June 1998.
  4. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001, Ancestors and Descendants of John and Sarah and other
    Redwines," by Martha Redwine Nelson.
  5. [S37] Redwine Family Bible 1769, From Tex Dix Home page 28 July 1998.
  6. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001, 22 Mar 1733
    Johann Michael RIEDWEYL was baptized 22 Mar 1733. This would have been on his first birthday. He was listed as the son of Ludwig RIEDWEYL and Barbara.
    Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany.
  7. [S74] Tex Dick, "Tex Dick E-mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 6 Feb 2001, 9 Jan 99.
  8. [S37] Redwine Family Bible 1769.

Johannes Riedweyler1,2

M, #1904, b. 1 May 1736, d. circa 1749/50

FatherJohann Ludwig Riethweil b. 14 Aug 1699, d. c May 1772
MotherBarbara Bächlin b. 1 Nov 1710, d. a 1772
Johannes Riedweyler|b. 1 May 1736\nd. c 1749/50|p112.htm#i1904|Johann Ludwig Riethweil|b. 14 Aug 1699\nd. c May 1772|p112.htm#i2002|Barbara Bächlin|b. 1 Nov 1710\nd. a 1772|p27.htm#i2003|Frederick Riethweil|b. 15 Jul 1679\nd. 23 Jan 1753|p112.htm#i2015||||(?) Bächlin|b. 1690|p27.htm#i3127|Anna Barbara|b. 1690|p12.htm#i3126|

Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited9 Jan 1999
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Birth*1 May 1736 Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany, 05 May 1737
Johannes RIEDWEYLER, son of Johann Ludwig RIEDWEYLER and Barbara
BAECHLEIN, was baptized 5 May 1737.
Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany2,3 
Baptism5 May 1737 Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany, 05 May 1737
Johannes RIEDWEYLER, son of Johann Ludwig RIEDWEYLER and Barbara
BAECHLEIN, was baptized 5 May 1737.
Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany2 
Death*circa 1749/50 Never left Germany or died enroute on the Osgood3 
Name Variation John Redwine, Reitweil, Redwile, Riethweil, Rothweil, Rheitwile3 

Citations

  1. 05 May 1737
    Johannes RIEDWEYLER, son of Johann Ludwig RIEDWEYLER and Barbara
    BAECHLEIN, was baptized 5 May 1737.
    Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany.
  2. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001, 05 May 1737
    Johannes RIEDWEYLER, son of Johann Ludwig RIEDWEYLER and Barbara
    BAECHLEIN, was baptized 5 May 1737.
    Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany.
  3. [S74] Tex Dick, "Tex Dick E-mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 6 Feb 2001, 9 Jan 99.

Anna Appolonia Riethweil1

F, #2019

FatherFrederick Riethweil1 b. 15 Jul 1679, d. 23 Jan 1753
Anna Appolonia Riethweil||p112.htm#i2019|Frederick Riethweil|b. 15 Jul 1679\nd. 23 Jan 1753|p112.htm#i2015||||Daniel Rietweyl|b. c 1646|p112.htm#i2016|Barbara Binder|b. c 1649|p17.htm#i2017|||||||

Relationship8th great-grandaunt of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited22 May 2004
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Birth* 1 
Marriage*10 May 1753 Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany, A sister to Ludwig was one of the witnesses to the birth of his third child (Doc. #4). There it lists Anna Appolonia Riedweil, the legitimate daughter of Friedrich Riedweiler, a citizen here. She was married 10 May 1753 to Johann Christian Apfel according to a public decree (Doc.#7) . Apparently they were required to be married before they could leave, and they left the 12th of May for America. In the article, "Emigration to the North American Colonies in the 18th Century from the Lutheran Church-book of Freckenfeld" by Fr. Krebs (1952) it has the following paragraph about Christian Apffel (translated here by me) (Doc.#8)

1. Christian Apffel, chr. 28 October 1722 at Freckenfeld, as the son of Hans Erhard Apffel, citizen at Freckenfeld and his wife Anna Maria. Married 10 May 1753 at Freckenfeld to Anna Apollonia Riedweil. (Married 1753 the 10th of May; left for the New Land the 12th of the same month and year).

It was very interesting to find that the father of Ludwig and Anna Appolonia Riedweil, Friedrich Riedweil died as a poor man in Freckerifeld 23 January 1753 (Doc.#9). It seems that Anna Appolonla may have been taking care of her father until his death and shortly thereafter left for America where her brother was residing., Principal=Johann Christian Apfel1 
Married Name10 May 1753 Apfel1 
Immigration*12 May 1753 Left Germany for US1 

Family

Johann Christian Apfel b. 28 Oct 1722

Citations

  1. [S38] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 28 Jul 1998.

Anna Margretha Riethweil1

F, #2004, b. 8 February 1744/45, d. after 1807

FatherJohann Ludwig Riethweil1 b. 14 Aug 1699, d. c May 1772
MotherBarbara Bächlin1 b. 1 Nov 1710, d. a 1772
Anna Margretha Riethweil|b. 8 Feb 1744/45\nd. a 1807|p112.htm#i2004|Johann Ludwig Riethweil|b. 14 Aug 1699\nd. c May 1772|p112.htm#i2002|Barbara Bächlin|b. 1 Nov 1710\nd. a 1772|p27.htm#i2003|Frederick Riethweil|b. 15 Jul 1679\nd. 23 Jan 1753|p112.htm#i2015||||(?) Bächlin|b. 1690|p27.htm#i3127|Anna Barbara|b. 1690|p12.htm#i3126|

Relationship7th great-grandaunt of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited9 Jan 1999
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*8 February 1744/45 Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany2,3 
Baptism21 February 1745 Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany, 21 Feb 1745
Anna Margretha RIEDWEILS, daughter of Ludwig RIEDWEILS and Barbara
BECHLERIN, was baptized 21 Feb 1745.
Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany1 
Marriage*circa 1764 Grandville, North Carolina, Principal=Machael Peeler Sr3 
Death*after 1807 Rowan, North Carolina3 
Name Variation21 February 1745 Anna Margretha Riedweilens, Riedweilin, Redwile, Reithweil, Rothweil, Rhotwein, Anna Margretha RIEDWEILS, daughter of Ludwig RIEDWEILS and Barbara
BECHLERIN, was baptized 21 Feb 1745.
Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany

1,3 
Married Namecirca 1764 Peeler 

Family

Machael Peeler Sr

Citations

  1. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001, 21 Feb 1745
    Anna Margretha RIEDWEILS, daughter of Ludwig RIEDWEILS and Barbara
    BECHLERIN, was baptized 21 Feb 1745.
    Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany.
  2. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001, 21 Feb 1745
    Anna Margretha RIEDWEILS, daughter of Ludwig RIEDWEILS and Barbara BECHLERIN, was baptized 21 Feb 1745.
    Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany.
  3. [S74] Tex Dick, "Tex Dick E-mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 6 Feb 2001, 9 Jan 99.

Frederick Riethweil1

M, #2015, b. 15 July 1679, d. 23 January 1753

FatherDaniel Rietweyl1 b. c 1646
MotherBarbara Binder1 b. c 1649
Frederick Riethweil|b. 15 Jul 1679\nd. 23 Jan 1753|p112.htm#i2015|Daniel Rietweyl|b. c 1646|p112.htm#i2016|Barbara Binder|b. c 1649|p17.htm#i2017|Hans Riethweyl|b. c 1620|p112.htm#i2018||||Lieutenant Cunrad Binder|b. 19 Jun 1601|p17.htm#i2030|Margaretha (W-O C. Binder)||p1.htm#i2031|

Relationship9th great-grandfather of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited14 Aug 2005
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderY
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Birth*15 July 1679 Holzerlingen, Württemberg, Germany, been the same man as the father of Ludwig and Anna Appolonia. If that is the case, then he would have traveled to America and then returned to Germany. Otherwise this could have been a cousin and have been the one that emigrated to England in 1710. What is your source for Frederick born 14 Aug 1699 and died 23 Jan 1761 in Pittsburgh and wife Barbara Stoner born 1 Nov 1710 and died 19 Oct 1769 in Pittsburgh? To me it sounds like The Redwine Family of Georgia by Lucy R. Redwine is a little mixed up on the first generation of the family. Please refer to the enclosed charts for the correct ancestry of Ludwig and Michael Rietweil (Doc.#1).

In any case in the death record of Friedrich Riedweil it list's that he was born at Hoizerlingen in Württemberg. This apparently was a mistake as the only place named similar to that is Holzgerlingen. The records of the latter were searched and a Riethweyl family was found for that time period. The following children were found in the christening records: Children of Daniel Rietweyl and wife Barbara:1 
Christening16 July 1679 Holzerlingen, Württemberg, Germany, In any case in the death record of Friedrich Riedweil it list's that he was born at Hoizerlingen in Württemberg. This apparently was a mistake as the only place named similar to that is Holzgerlingen. The records of the latter were searched and a Riethweyl family was found for that time period. The following children were found in the christening records: Children of Daniel Rietweyl and wife Barbara:

1. Hans Jerg Riethweyl, born 3 Apr 1671 and christened 4 Apr 1671 at Hoizerlingen, Württemberg, Germany. Godparents were Eustachig Hiller and Barbara, Hans Casper Hutzel 's wife.

2. Daniel Riethweyl, born and christened 4 Nov 1672 at Hoizerlingen, Württernberg, Germany,Godparents were Eustachig Hiller and Barbara, Hans Casper Hutzel's wife.

3. Cunrad Riethweyl, born 2 July 1675, christened 3 July 1675 at Holzgerlingen, Württernberg, Germany. Godparents were (young) Jacob Hiller (Eutachy's son) and Barbara (Hans Casper Hutzel 's wife).

4. Hans Rtethweyl, born 21 July 1677 at Holzqerlingen, Württemberg, Germany. Godparents were Jacob Hiller (Eustachy's son) and Barbara (wife of Casper Hutzel).

5. Friederich Riethweyl, born 15 Jul 1679, christened 16 Jul 1679 in Holzgerlingen, Wflrttemberg, Germany. Godparents were Jacob Biller (son of Eustachy) and Barbara (wife of Hans Casper Hutzel)(Doc.#10).

Finally the marriage record between Daniel Riethweyl, son of Hans Rietweyl of Eyserthal in the Pfalz (Palatine) to Barbara, daughter of Cunrad Binders, lieutenant was located in Holzgerlingen (Doc.#1l). They were married 12 Oct 1669 and the scriptural text at their marriage ceremony was Genesis 24 verse 58. They certainly kept good records very early.

Although the records in Holzgerlingen go as early as 1558, the Riethweyl family was from Eisertal so it doesn't help any, unless you would like me to trace the Binder family of Eisertal., Witness=Jacob Biller, Witness=Barbara Hutzel1 
Marriage*circa 1698 Württemberg, Holzgerlingen Parish, Germany2 
Death*23 January 1753 Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany, It was very interesting to find that the father of Ludwig and Anna Appolonia Riedweil, Friedrich Riedweil died as a poor man in Freckerifeld 23 January 1753 (Doc.#9). It seems that Anna Appolonla may have been taking care of her father until his death and shortly thereafter left for America where her brother was residing.1 
Name Variation Riethweyl, If you want to know about your early REDWINE's read this entire message. If you want to know your early REDWINE history read this whole message!
Mr Palmer shared an email account with Beatrice Beck at that time.
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Date: Mon, 21 Mar 1994 05:36:30 -0700
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From: Beatrice Beck
Subject: Re: REDWINE
On 28 Feb 1994, Tex Dix wrote
Below is the info I have on the REDWINE'S
Can anyone help me locate Lewis Redwine's were abouts in 1790 - 1800 ?
First Generation
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1. FREDERICK REDWINE. Born 14 Aug 1699 in GERMANY. Died 23 Jan 1761 in PITTSBURGH PA?. He married BARBARA STONER, 15 Nov 1731 in PRUSSIA, BERLIN. Born 1,Nov 1710 in PRUSSIA. Died 19 Oct 1769 in PITTSBURGH PA. They had the following children:
2 i. MICHAEL REDWINE
3 ii. JOHN REDWINE
4 iii. LEWIS REDWINE. Born 1746/1747.
5 iv. JACOB REDWINE SR.
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On 8 Mar 1994, Walter H. Vandevender replied:

I found an interesting book at the DAR Library in Washington, D. C., REDWINE:Ancestors and Descendants of John and Sarah by Martha REDWINE Nelson, published in 1990 by Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore. The majority of the book traces the line of John REDWINE, b.1737, pages I didn't copy. Martha REDWINE Nelson, author of the REDWINE book, found a will for Ludwig RIETHWEIL, filed in 1772 in Granville Co., NC. (Deed Bk L:117) that shows his children to be Lewis, Michael, Jacob, Margaret, and John REDWINE. If they are in order from oldest to youngest, this Lewis REDWINE would have been born before 1732. She asks, "Is this the Ludwig RIETHWEIL who m. 28 Aug. 1774 in Pennsylvania to Catherine Walter? Is he a brother to John Michael b. 1732 in Prussia or is he a brother to a different Michael. If John Michael, b. 1732 in Prussia, was his brother, then (if he is older)would have also been born in Prussia. We have found no record of immigration for Lewis. However, if John Michael, b.1732, was not his brother, one must reevaluate the possibilities."

My questions include: does Ludwig translate into Lewis? and does RIETHWEIL really become REDWINE? If so, this may be the Lewis REDWINE which the Dixes are seeking.
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Mr. Michael Palmer's reply

Ms. Nelson has an excerpt from The REDWINE Family in Georgia, 1938, by Lucy Reagan REDWINE, which starts the family story with Russ RHOTWEIN in Prussia whose three sons came to America around 1737. They were Frederick, William and John REDWINE (Americanized). Frederick REDWINE and Barbara STONER had four sons, Michael (born in Prussia), John, Lewis, and Jacob. They settled in Pittsburgh, Penn. (I assume there must be evidence of these facts, but I have not seen this book.) Tex and Linda Dix wrote that they were buried in Pittsburgh, PA. This Lewis REDWINE was born probably between 1737 and 1750. There are three REDWINEs in the 1790 census of Montgomery Co., North Carolina: Fredrick REDWINE, Jacob REDWINE and Michael REDWINE. John REDWINE is in the 1790 census of Rowan Co., NC. ...

Although I myself would be hard put to derive REDWINE from RIETHWEIL, Ludwig Riethweil's will, filed in 1772 in Granville Co., North Carolina, giving his children's surname as Redwine would seem conclusive proof of the name-change. You should, however, verify both surname forms on the will yourself; if Martha Redwine Nelson, _Redwine: Ancestors and Descendants of John and Sarah_ (Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1990), does not contain a photographic reproduction of the will, you should obtain one from the repository (presumably the Granville County court house) that houses the document itself.

Assuming that the surname Redwine is indeed derived from Riethweil, this Ludwig is almost certainly the "Ludwig Readwile" who with "Johann Mich (age unknown) el Rietweill" arrived at Philadelphia on board the ship <>, and "signed" the oaths of allegiance on 29.ix.1750. (In fact, Ludwig did not sign the document, but made his mark "LRW": the spelling of the surname is a phonetic one by the court clerk.)

Ludwig and Johann Michael emigrated from D-76872 Freckenfeld, a village 5 kilometers due west of Kandel, in the Palatinate. The Family History Library in Salt Lake City has microfilm copies surviving registers of the Lutheran church in Freckenfeld, which begin in 1722 (baptisms)/1737 (marriages and burials) (the registers for 1671 also survive, but none for the intervening years). The 18th-century baptismal and marriage registers have been abstracted and the entries incorporated into the IGI, from which I have compiled the following (~ = baptized; oo = married):
Johann Ludwig RIEDWEYLER [Sr.], * ...
oo ...: Barbara BECHLER (B"ACHLER), * ...
Children:
1. Johann Michael Riedweyl, ~Freckenfeld 22.iii.1733.
2. Johannes Riedweyler, ~Freckenfeld 5.v.1737.
3. Johann Ludwig Riedweilens [Jr.], ~Freckenfeld 8.xii.1740.
4. Anna Margaretha Riedweilin [the feminine form of "Riedweil" or "Riedweiler"], ~Freckenfeld 21.ii.1745.

The names of these children match those of the Ludwig Riethweil whose will was filed in North Carolina in 1772, with the exception of Jacob. Jacob's name is most probably on the IGI; however, the surname "Ried[/th]weil" is written--or, in any case, transcribed by the LDS volunteers--in a number of different ways, and while I checked the IGI for all the alternative spellings for "Ried[/th]weil" I could conjure, Jacob's name is most probably entered under a surname form I did not think to check. Whatever the reason for Jacob's "absence", it is important to note the following:

1. Of Johann Ludwig Sr.'s children, only the oldest, Johann Michael, appears on the Philadelphia oaths of allegiance: only males aged 14 years and older were required to sign, and only Johann Michael satisfied these criteria.

2. The names in Johann Ludwig Sr.'s will are not listed in order of age.

3. "Lewis" is indeed the English form of "Ludwig" (the form "Louis", which is more common today in the United States, is of course French), and the Ludwig Riethweil who according to Martha Redwine Nelson's Redwine family history married Catherine Walter in Pennsylvania on 28 Aug. 1774 is identical to the Johann Ludwig [Jr.] baptized in Freckenfeld in 1740.

4. The eldest son, Johann Michael Ried[/th]weil, was married to Christina (maiden name unknown to me) by 1755, when both were sponsors to Johann Michael, son of Peter & Anna Barbara Seyler, in what is now St. Luke's Lutheran church, 5 miles east of Hellertown, in Williams Twp.,Northampton Co., Pennsylvania [_Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc., from the Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings and Addresses_ (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1983), vol. 2, p. 55]. Given the fact that people frequently acted as sponsors for relatives, Christina's maiden name may possibly have been Seyler, although she may just as well have been the sister not of Peter Seyler but of his wife, Anna Barbara.

5. There is no Frederick (Friedrich) in these first 2 generations. "Frederick Redwine, born 14 Aug. 1699 in Germany, died 23 Jan. 1761 in Pittsburgh, PA, married Barbara Stoner, 15 Nov. 1731 in Prussia, Berlin,born 1 Nov. 1710 in Prussia, died 19 Oct. 1769 in Pittsburgh, PA" is clearly a garbled reference to Johann Ludwig Sr. and his wife, Barbara, whose maiden name "Bechler" was misinterpreted over the generations as "Stoner". Similarly, the references to "Prussia" and "Berlin" are unquestionably interpolations from the 19th century, when both terms were frequently used in American records as synonyms for "Germany". The Fred[e]rick Redwine who appears in the 1790 census of Montgomery Co., North Carolina was almost certainly a grandson of Johann Ludwig Sr., although by which son I cannot determine from the sources available to me here.

6. While the names "Frederick Redwine" and "Barbara Stoner" are undoubtedly garbled, the dates may well be correct, or at least not far off the mark. They should, however, be treated with a certain amount of circumspection: the dates of birth and marriage cannot be checked, since the surviving baptismal register for Freckenfeld begins only in 1722, and the marriage register in 1737. The dates of death may be correct, although in view of the fact that his will was filed in 1772 I would be inclined to believe that Johann Ludwig Sr. died in 17*7*1 rather than in 17*6*1. It is, however, possible that Johann Ludwig Sr. did indeed die in 1761, and that his estate was not settled until after his wife's death in 1769.

7. I am inclined to believe that neither Johann Ludwig Sr. nor his wife died in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. According to Charles H. Glatfelter, Pastors and People, Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society, 13 (Breinigsville, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania German Society, 1980), p.442: Although the origins of Pittsburgh can be traced to about 1760, its development scarcely occurred before the end of the revolution. The oldest section of the modern city was included in one of the proprietary manors, surveyed in 1769 and retained by the Penns after most of their remaining lands were confiscated in 1779. In 1784 the former proprietors directed that the manor of Pittsburgh be laid out in town lots and out lots, and that as soon as this was accomplished, they were to be placed on sale. According to the census of 1790, "Pittsburgh town" had a population of 376. Glatfelter goes on to state that although the reformed pastor William Weber occasionally preached at Pittsburgh from 1782 he lived elsewhere. The Penn's did not grant land for a church until 1787; the church was built in 1791 or 1792. Unless Johann Ludwig Sr.'s will specifically refers to land in Pennsylvania I would be inclined to believe that he and his wife died in North Carolina.

Turning to German records of the family, the chief problem you face is the absence of church registers for Freckenfeld for the period prior to 1722 (baptisms)/1737 (marriages and burials). You should, however, borrow the Family History Library microfilm copy of the surviving 18th-century Freckenfeld registers (roll #0247602) through your local LDS (Mormon) Family History Center, check the registers through at least 1750 (through 1760 would be better), and abstract every "Ried[/th]weil" or similar listing. I was able to identify the following "miscellaneous" Riedweil entries in the IGI:

1. Maria Catharina, daughter of Johannes Riedweilen and his wife Magdalena, ~Freckenfeld 1.viii.1723. She may have been the Maria Catharina R. who oo D-76872 Minfeld [the village immediately to the east of Freckenfeld] 22.xi.1757: Jacob Steinfelss.

2. Anna Appolonia Riedweilin, oo Freckenfeld 10.v.1753: Johann Christian Apffel. There are almost certainly other references that I missed. Take special note of the people who act as sponsors for Ried[/th]weil children and for whose children the Ried[/th]weils, in turn, act as sponsors: these sponsorships frequently indicate family relationships, and you may be able to construct an extended family, even without dates of birth and marriage. Provided that Johann Ludwig Sr. was born in Freckenfeld and his father died in or after 1737 you should be able to identify the latter, and, from his age at death, the year in which he was born; you may also be able to identify Johann Ludwig Sr.'s mother. You should also check the Family History Library microfilm copies of the following church registers for other localities in the Palatinate in which Ried[/th]weil families are known to have lived in the 18th century:

1. D-76872 Minfeld. The surviving Lutheran church registers begin in 1571 (baptisms and burials)/1685 (marriages): Family History Library microfilm #0193818.

2. D-76889 D"orrenbach (2 kilometers southwest of Bad Bergzabern, and about 16 kilometers by road northwest of Freckenfeld). The surviving Lutheran church registers begin in 1701 (baptisms)/1691 (marriages)/1690 (burials): Family History Library microfilm #'s 0193048 and 0193049. The IGI contains an abstract of the marriage on 7.i.1738 of Maria Catharina Rietweiler to Joh[ann] Lorentz Bergtholdt; the "@#" notation in the IGI indicates that this record contains an extraordinary amount of genealogical information.

3. D-67480 Edenkoben. The surviving Lutheran church registers begin in 1699 (baptisms and burials)/1700 (marriages and confirmations), the surviving Reformed church registers in 1666 (baptisms)/1667 marriages)/1690 (confirmations)/1707 (burials): Family History Library microfilm #'s 0193822 through 0193825. Pay particular attention to these records, since it is possible that Edenkoben is the "Stammheimat" of the Riedweil family in Germany. The earliest--indeed, the *only*--published reference I have ever found to the Surname is the following: Rietweil, Hanss, aus dem Berner Gebiet, bisher Hirt zu[D-76833] Siebeldingen [about 5 kilometers due west of Landau], wird am 11.xii.1681 f"ur ein Jahr als Kuhhirt in Edenkoben angenommen Alfred H. Kuby, "Schweizer Einwanderer in Edenkoben," _Pf"alzische Familien- und Wappenkunde_, Bd. 6 (1967-1969), 285. (Given the statement that Hans is from the "Berner Gebiet", the surname is almost certainly derived from CH-3475 Riedtwil, Kanton Bern.) The 17th- and 18th-century registers for Edenkoben have been abstracted and the entries incorporated into the IGI. I have been able to identify only the following 2 entries, although there almost certainly others:

(1) Johannes Rietweil, * ...; oo Edenkoben 24.xi.1700: Anna Maria Dordin. "Dordin" may not be a surname but a misreading by an LDS volunteer of "Dorothea", in which case these people are almost certainly the parents of the following:

(2) Johann Conrad Riedweihl (son of Johannes and Dorothea), ~Edenkoben 28.viii.1707. That cowherds were peripatetic, serving one-year contracts and frequently moving from one locality to another would help to explain how the surname--which is so rare in the Palatinate as to appear unique to a single family--surfaces in a number of different localities in the Palatinate in the early and mid 18th century. Aside from church registers, the most important records you should check are (Ausfauteiakten) and notarial records, both of which are deposited in the Landesarchiv Speyer:

1. The term "Ausfautei" cannot be translated--the (Akten), which extend from the early 18th century to the 1790's, can best be described as "miscellaneous family records", primarily concerning inheritances and guardianships. Freckenfeld belonged to the Ausfautei Guttenberg (Kandel), whose records are filed as Landesarchiv Speyer, Bestand F 17 (60 vols., 1701-1792); Edenkoben was the seat of an Ausfautei, whose records are filed as Landesarchiv Speyer, Bestand F 14.

2. Notarial records include a wide range of genealogically important records, including marriage contracts, wills, divisions of inheritance, and sales of property, both real and personal. Landesarchiv Speyer, Abteilung K: Notariate, contain the surviving notarial records for the area of the Bavarian (Rheinpfalz) from the late 17th century through the 1930's. The records are arranged by locality and within each locality by the name of the notary. There is no published catalogue to either the Ausfauteiakten or the notarial records in the Landesarchiv Speyer, although there are extensive in-house finding aids. In addition, none of these records has been microfilmed. It is therefore necessary to search these records at the Landesarchiv itself, either in person or through a representative. You can contact the Landesarchiv at the following address:

Landesarchiv Speyer
Otto-Meyer-Strasse 9
D-67346 Speyer
Germany

The staff of the Landesarchiv are unable to undertake research on behalf of individuals; however, the Landesarchiv does maintain a list it can sen[d you of qualified local researchers who are prepared to undertake such research in return for payment of costs and a suitable honorarium. You can write in clear, concise, non-idiomatic English. Please enclose with your letter at least 2 International Reply Coupons (available at any U.S. Post Office for 95 each) to cover the cost of return postage.

One final institution in Germany you may wish to contact is the Institut f"ur Pf"alzische Geschichte und Volkskunde

Attn: Roland Paul
Postfach 28 60
D-67616 Kaiserslautern
Germany

The Institut maintains a file of over 750,000 references to people immigrating into and emigrating from the Bavarian (Rheinpfalz), and may contain additional information either on Hans Rietweil entering the Palatinate from Switzerland or Johann Ludwig R. and his family leaving the Palatinate for America. You can write to Mr. Paul in English: he speaks English fluently, and visits his relatives in Stockton, California, regularly. His budget, however, is minuscule, so please be certain to enclose at least 4 International Reply Coupons to cover the cost of return postage.
Michael

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Religion* Lutheran2 
Occupation* Weaver and maybe heardsman2 
Note* RIETWEIL - RIETHWEYL - REDWINE REPORT:

This research was paid for by Mrs. Mary Turner...Her Address was deleted from this report by Tex.

Research that you requested was completed which proved your ancestors back four generations to Hans Riethweyl, born about 1620 of Elsertal and Cunrad Binders, a Lieutenant at Holzgerlingen.

The name Riedweil and its variations were taken from a place. The suffix -weil or -wyl has the same original meaning as -Wil in the Netherlands and "village" in present day English (all derivatives of the same original word).

It is no longer found in German, but can be seen in many place names. The word "Ried" meant damp or swampy. Originally the area where the German tribes settled was quite swampy and moist and there are many words in German that can be traced to this. The name "Rietmüller" was found in the records along with Riedweil and the etymological dictionary lists this as the from the mill that lay next to a "riet" or swampy damp area. Likewise a village near such a place was named "Rietweil" from which the family took their name.

In doing this research, first all of the children of Johann Ludwig Riedweil and Barbara Bächler were searched in the records of Freckenfeld. Copies are enclosed herewith along with translations Doc. 2-5). Apparently they had four children before they came to America FHC film #247602:

1. Johann Michael Riedweil chr. 22 Mar 1733

2. Johannes Riedweil born 1 May 1737

3. Johann Ludwig Riedweil born 4 Dec 1740

4. Anna Maryretha Riedweil born 18 Feb 1745

It seems likely that the Michael Riedweil listed on the passenger lists in 1750 was actually Ludwig’s son. Michael Riedweil, son of Ludwig, would have been 17 years old and the captains of the ships were requested to enumerate all males on board age 16 and above. Also there was not found any other Michael Riedweil in the German records, thus the most likely possibility was that Ludwig and Michael Riedweil were father and son.

In the records of the second and fourth child it lists the mother’s maiden name as Barbara Bächlin and Barbara Bechlerin, respectively (Doc.#3,5). The -in was a feminine suffix and is dropped, therefore her surname would have been "Bächler". There were people by that name in the Freckenfeld records, but that was not searched at this time.

It’s interesting to note that almost undoubtedly Barbara Bächler was related to the Anthony Bieller-Buhler-Peeler family that I sent tn the last report and Michael Peeler who married Margaret Redwine may have been first cousins.

Notice in the christening of Ludwig Riedweil’s fourth child the godmother was Anna Margretha, wife of David Bechler. This would be a good point to do research for the next time if you wish.

Also the occupation in Germany of Ludwig Riedweil was a weaver. In the christening record of Maria Dorothea Grimm, daughter of Jacob and Magdalena Grimm in May 1729, it lists Johann Ludwig Riedweyl as an apprentice weaver, single, and son of Friedrich Riedweyl (Doc. #6). Also in christening record of his second child, Ludwig is listed as a yarn weaver (Doc.# l3), but elsewhere.. as just a weaver.

A sister to Ludwig was one of the witnesses to the birth of his third child (Doc. #4) . There it lists Anna Appolonia Riedweil, the legitimate daughter of Friedrich Riedweiler, a citizen here. She was married 10 May 1753 to Johann Christian Apfel according to a public decree (Doc.#7). Apparently they were required to be married before they could leave, and they left the 12th of May for America. In the article, "Emigration to the North American Colonies in the 18th Century from the Lutheran Church-book of Freckenfeld" by Fr. Krebs (1952) it has the following paragraph about Christian Apffel (translated here by me)(Doc.#8)

1. Christian Apffel, chr. 28 October 1722 at Freckenfeld, as the son of Hans Erhard Apffel, citizen at Freckenfeld and his wife Anna Maria. Married 10 May 1753 at Freckenfeld to Anna Apollonia Riedweil. (Married 1753 the 10th of May; left for the New Land the 12th of the same month and year).

It was very interesting to find that the father of Ludwig and Anna Appolonia Riedweil, Friedrich Riedweil died as a poor man in Freckerifeld 23 January 1753 (Doc.#9). It seems that Anna Appolonla may have been taking care of her father until his death and shortly thereafter left for America where her brother was residing.

It is possible that Friedrich Riedweil, quoted in the Redwine Family History, could have been the same man as the father of Ludwig and Anna Appolonia. If that is the case, then he would have traveled to America and then returned to Germany. Otherwise this could have been a cousin and have been the one that emigrated to England in 1710. What is your source for Frederick born 14 Aug 1699 and died 23 Jan 1761 in Pittsburgh and wife Barbara Stoner born 1 Nov 1710 and died 19 Oct 1769 in Pittsburgh? To me it sounds like The Redwine Family of Georgia by Lucy R. Redwine is a little mixed up on the first generation of the family. Please refer to the enclosed charts for the correct ancestry of Ludwig and Michael Rietweil (Doc.#1).

In any case in the death record of Friedrich Riedweil it list’s that he was born at Hoizerlingen in Württemberg. This apparently was a mistake as the only place named similar to that is Holzgerlingen. The records of the latter were searched and a Riethweyl family was found for that time period. The following children were found in the christening records: Children of Daniel Rietweyl and wife Barbara:

1. Hans Jerg Riethweyl, born 3 Apr 1671 and christened 4

Apr 1671 at Hoizerlingen, Württemberg, Germany. Godparents were Eustachig Hiller and Barbara, Hans Casper Hutzel ‘s wife.

2. Daniel Riethweyl, born and christened 4 Nov 1672 at Hoizerlingen, Württernberg, Germany,Godparents were Eustachig Hiller and Barbara, Hans Casper Hutzel’s wife.

3. Cunrad Riethweyl, born 2 July 1675, christened 3 July 1675 at Holzgerlingen, Württernberg, Germany. Godparents were (young) Jacob Hiller (Eutachy’s son) and Barbara (Hans Casper Hutzel ‘s wife).

4. Hans Rtethweyl, born 21 July 1677 at Holzqerlingen, Württemberg, Germany. Godparents were Jacob Hiller (Eustachy’s son) and Barbara (wife of Casper Hutzel).

5. Friederich Riethweyl, born 15 Jul 1679, christened 16 Jul

1679 in Holzgerlingen, Wflrttemberg, Germany. Godparents were Jacob Biller (son of Eustachy) and Barbara (wife of Hans Casper Hutzel)(Doc.#10).

Finally the marriage record between Daniel Riethweyl, son of Hans Rietweyl of Eyserthal in the Pfalz (Palatine) to Barbara, daughter of Cunrad Binders, lieutenant was located in Holzgerlingen (Doc.#1l). They were married 12 Oct 1669 and the scriptural text at their marriage ceremony was Genesis 24 verse 58. They certainly kept good records very early.

Although the records in Holzgerlingen go as early as 1558, the Riethweyl family was from Eisertal so it doesn’t help any, unless you would like me to trace the Binder family of Eisertal.

The records of Eisertal were not searched for lack of time. This can be done next time to see if there are any earlier records on the family of Hans Rietweyl who would have been born about 1620.

There is also a few other records that were found pertaining to the Rietweil family. In the records of Freckenfeld there was found a burial record for a Johannes Riedweil (Doc.#12) :

Johannes Riedweil, citizen here, was buried 16 september 1738, aged 61 years and seven weeks old. He had surviving a widow Maria Magdalena, married 26 years and 11 weeks. They had 2 sons and 2 daughters of which two daughters and one son are yet alive.

Also a christening record was found in Freckenfeld (Doc. #33): Maria Catharina, christened 1 August 1723, daughter of Johannes Riedweilen and wife Magdalena. Apparently this Johannes Rietweil is the same as the brother to Friedrich, Hans Riethweyl, who was christened in Holzgerlingen 21 Jul 1677. He would have been 61 years and seven weeks old in September 1738. unfortunately the records of christening before 1722, marriage before 1742, and burials before 1738 of the Lutheran Church in Freckenfeld were destroyed, probably during one of the wars in that area or by a fire or perhaps just lost. Anyhow the only records are the Reformed Church at Freckenfeld 1654-1755 and none of the family is mentioned in those records as far as I could tell.

SUMMARY

So far much success was achieved on the Riedweil-Riethweyl family research in Germany that extended it back to about 1620 in Southern Germany. The family seemed to be quite mobile as they were from Eisertal in the Baden Palatine area just south of Baden-Baden and moved to Holzgerlingen in Wurttemberg just south of Stuttgart, and finally to Freckenfeld in the Bavarian Palatine area just West of Karisruhe (see map Doc. #14).

Unfortunately the Lutheran records before 1722 of christening, 1738 of burials, and 1742 of marriages in Freckenfeld are not available. There are some civil marriage records that might have the marriage of Johann Friedrich Riedweil and Johann Ludwig Riedweil to Barbara Bächler (1729-1733) and Johannes Riedweil to Maria Magdalena C 3. They cover the time period 1809-1831, however are not indexed and would take about four hours to go through them.

Also the records of Eisertal should be searched to see if any information on the families earlier origin may be learned. It seems the family moved from Eisertal to Holzgerlingen about 1669 and from Holzgerlingen to Freckenfeld (or perhaps an in between area) about 1680 or later. The records of Freckenfeld could be searched to find the parents of Barbara Bächler and a relationship to the Peeler family of North Carolina. Also the records of Holzgerlingen could be searched for the Binders family.

I would be happy to continue doing research on these families as outlined above and will wait to hear if you wish that to be the case.

As to Frederick II or Frederick the Great making one of the Riedweil family a knight and giving them land on the Rhine River, I don’t see how that fits very well with this family. Frederick didn’t come into power until 1740 and didn’t have a lot of territory in the areas where the Riedweil family was residing. He was the emperor of Prussia but not necessarily of Bavaria or Wurttemberg. often tradition carries some evidence of truth, however in this case the tradition shouldn’t be mixed with the facts and Ludwig (or Lewis in America) and his ancestors are those shown here. There is a gap in the records so the time period 1680-1722 is somewhat meager, but it is definitely the right families. Sincerely,

(END FIRST REPORT)

(START SECOND REPORT)

December 16, 1991
Name and Address
deleted by Tex

Sorry for being so slow in answering your October 27th letter. School has just gotten more and more demanding, however today I turned in three term papers and am ready to attack my genealogy projects again.

You asked what "with an umlaut" means. German has three vowels that are sometimes written with an umlaut. This is two dots above the vowel as in: a, 0, ü. These are pronounced by rounding the lips as if puckering up.

When written they are sometimes spelled out by adding an "e" following the a,o,u as in. the words, "Württemberg1’ and "Wuerttemberg", which are equivalents of the same name. it was decided that "Eyserthal in der Pfalz", where Hans Rietweyl, father of Daniel Riethweyl lived, was actually EuBerthal (also written Eusserthal) in the Bavarian-Palatine region. This was a state in the Palatine that belonged to Bavaria. Originally I had stated that "Eyserthal" referred to Elsertal in Baden, however the latter was a strongly Catholic area and was not part of Palatine (Pfalz). EuBerthal is found a little to the north of Freckenfeld. This made it interesting that the Rietweil family apparently moved from the Pfalz area to Hoizerlingen to marry Barbara Binder, and then his children returned to the Pfalz area later.

Enclosed is a copy from Dr. Wolfgang Eger’s Die Protestantischen Kirchenbucher der Pfalz [= the Protestant Churchbooks of Palatine](1960) Doc.#1). For EuBerthal it gives the following information: 108. EuBerthal. Daughter parish of Annweiler. Lutheran since 1735 went to Albersweiler, since 1780 went to Godramstein. The Reformed Church had their own minister in Euflerthal in 1591. In 1771 the Reformed Minister of Siebeldingen had the care of the church at EuBerthal.

According to the same source the Lutheran Church at Annweiler began in 1523, combined with the Reformed Church (latter began in 1669). The church records for Annweiler go from 1556-1593 and 1704-1793. Unfortunately Daniel Riethweyl, son of Hans Rietweyl, would have been born there about 1646, which is during the years that the records are missing. This means that the Riethweyl, family is probably traced to the earliest ancestor possible at this time, i.e. Hans Rietweyl, born about 1620 of EuBerthal in Bavarian-Pfalz. Having established the earliest Rietweyl ancestor, the Binder family of Holzgerlingen was searched. It was interesting to find that on Document #11 from my last report, the marriage of Daniel Riethweyl to Barbara, daughter of Lieutenant Cunrad Binder, there was another important marriage three dates prior to Daniel and Barbara. It reads as follows (my translation:)8 Aug (1669), Cunrad Voider7 widower, married Margaretha, widow of Lieutenant Cunrad Binder. Apparently this was the mother of Barbara. The above Cunrad was listed as Cunrad Velder in the death records, dying 28 Oct 1676, age 84 years, less 6 weeks. Cunrad Binder, the Lieutenant, died and was buried 20 Nov 1668, age 67 years (burial sermon from 2 Timothy 4.7).

The christening records for the birth of Barbara Binders was searched 1620-1660 and only one child of Cunrad Binder was born and the mother was listed as Anna: Hans Conrad Binder born 27 Jan 1634 Holzgerlingen.

Otherwise other Binder families was vary numerous in the records of Holzgerlingen parish. It is believed that he was probably married and stationed somewhere other than Holzgerlingen but that his family was that at Holzgerlingen. With this assumption, the birth of Cunrad Binder was found: Cunrad Binder, christened 19 Jun 1601 at Holzgerlingen, son of Hansin Binder, tailor, and wife Chatrina.

It was also found that several other people in the past have done research on the Binder family and many names have been submitted to the International Genealogical Index. A copy of many of these names is included (Doc. # 2). In particular the following children of Hansen Binder and Catharina were found:

Catharina Binder born 25 Nov 1577 Holzgerlingen

Jacob Binder born 25 Jul 1580 Holzgerlingen

Horitz Binder born 10 Mar 1582 Holzgerlingen

Casper Binder born 2 Mar 1584 Holzgerlingen

Cunradus Bender born 26 Mar 1587 Holzgerlingen

Hans Binder born 10 Oct 1595 Holzgerlingen

Anna Bender born Oct 1589 Holzgerlingen

Johannes Bender born 6 Mar 1594 Holzgerlingen

These were probably all siblings to Cunrad Binder who was christened 19 Jun 1601 in Holzgerlingen. There was also a Hansen Binder with wife Barbara who was living and had children at the same time as the above Hansen Binder and Catharina. There was a Hanssen Binder christened 8 Sep 1566 at Endersbach, son of Veit Binder and Borg.. but he was probably not the same as the above Hansen Binder. In any case the above information was submitted by three people whose addresses are as follows:

(Tex deleted all three)

If you write to each of these three people, hopefully one of them will still be living at the address above or will be of help to you in establishing the earliest Binder family.

Also I tried to find the Peeler family in the Freckenfeld records and they were not located there as I had originally thought.

As to further research, time could be spent to try to locate where Cunrad Binder, Lieutenant, was-married to Margaretha and where they had their children. They may- have moved from place to place and a large area search would be necessary in order to try to find this information. I would suggest that you try to contact one of the three above addresses in connection with the Binder family. Otherwise it appears that we have exhausted most of the avenues for further research. We could try to find Barbara Baechler‘s family; however the records of Freckenfeld begin after her birth. I Couldn’t promise that searching neighboring parish would be productive, however I would be happy to try if you wished.

Again, sorry for the long wait. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season. Thanks again for your nice letters.
Sincerely, Name deleted by Tex (END)


3 
Name Variation Frederick Redwine, He left under cover of night for Unitied States. His father was given castle on the Rhine River by Fredrick the Great' - Redwine History GA Archives -- Probably not true.1 

Family

Children

Reference2968

Citations

  1. [S38] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 28 Jul 1998.
  2. [S39] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 6 June 1998, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi.
  3. [S92] Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.htm, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~texdick/redwine/….

Johann Ludwig Riethweil1

M, #2002, b. 14 August 1699, d. circa May 1772

FatherFrederick Riethweil2 b. 15 Jul 1679, d. 23 Jan 1753
Johann Ludwig Riethweil|b. 14 Aug 1699\nd. c May 1772|p112.htm#i2002|Frederick Riethweil|b. 15 Jul 1679\nd. 23 Jan 1753|p112.htm#i2015||||Daniel Rietweyl|b. c 1646|p112.htm#i2016|Barbara Binder|b. c 1649|p17.htm#i2017|||||||

Relationship8th great-grandfather of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited14 Aug 2005
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderY
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Birth*14 August 1699 Germany, There has been much controversy regarding the names of the parents of Jacob REDWINE. Early narratives indicated the parents were Frederick RHOTWEIN and Barbara STONER. That couple is given as the parents in a book, "The Redwine Family in America," by Hill Parks Redwine, II. However, no documentation for that theory in the book has been given. The book says Frederick and Barbara entered America in, or about, 1737 and that they brought one child with them named Michael. The book lists the oldest son, Michael, as born in 1732 and the last son, Jacob, born 1751, with other sons (John and Lewis) born between.

Later research shows that the immigrant was Johann Ludwig RIETHWEIL, so the following information is for that ancestor. In the Evangelisch (Lutheran) Church, Freckenfeld, Germany, records show the wife of Johann Ludwig as Barbara BAECHLEIN. It has been said that name would be interpreted as BECHLER. The name BAECHLEIN has been interpreted from the original records of the Freckenfeld church records by LDS volunteers. However, when we were at the Redwine reunion in June 1996, one of the attendees there looked at the records I took to the reunion. She is Mrs. Bob Redwine (Trudi). Trudi was born very near Freckenfeld and has a sister living there now. It was Trudi's opinion that BAECHLEIN has been interpreted incorrectly. She took copies and is making an attempt to see if some in her family can read this old script to determine if it is correct. Parks Redwine also has copies of the pages and indicated that he will also check into it when he travels to France. Parks has a wine importing business in Atlanta and apparently makes frequent trips there. Hopefully, someone will be able to help us determine if the BAECHLEIN name is or is not correct. I hope an answer will be available by the next Redwine reunion in June 1997.

The little village of Freckenfeld is located five kilometers (three miles) west of Kandel, Germany. Freckenfeld is approximately six miles north of the France border and about 10 miles west of the Rhine River.1 
Marriage*15 November 1731 Berlin, Prussia, Married: 'Prussia, Germany now Berlin', Principal=Barbara Bächlin3 
Death*circa May 1772 Grandville, North Carolina4 
Death23 January 1761 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania1 
Name Variation Lewis Rietweil, Reidweyl, Riethweil2 
Religion* Lutheran4 
Occupation* Yarn Weaver & Farmer4 
Immigration*29 September 1750 Ship name: Osgood, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Immigrant's surname: READWILE
Immigrant's given name(s): Johann Ludwig
Ship name: Osgood
U.S. arrival date: 29 SEP 1750
Port: Philadelphia, PA
Place of origin: Res: Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany
Source: Thirty Thousand Names of Immigrants, by I. Daniel Rupp
Notes:
Johann Ludwig RIETHWEIL came on ship Osgood. Wife Barbara BAECHLEIN. Baptismal dates of children in Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Pfalz,Bayern:
Johann Michael RIEDWEYL, 22 Mar 1733-Bible shows b 22 Mar1732;
Johannes RIEDWEYLER, 5 May 1737;
Johan Ludwig RIEDWEILENS, 8Dec 1740;
Anna Margaretha RIEDWEILIN, 21 Feb 1745;
two born after arrival in America:
Jacob REDWINE, b 12 Oct 1751; & John RED

Submitted by: Imogene Bennett
E-mail address: Imogene Bennett
Address: 1463 South Kentwood
Springfield, MO 65804


1749
In the summer of 1749, a man by the name of Landenberger of Ebingen, who made frequent trips between Germany and America, brought back favorable letters from Hans Balthass Bitzer and Matthaeus Mautte. According to a report in 1749 by Mayor Venninger of Lauffen, preserved at Ludwigsburg, the letters are said to have "made such an impression among different families, that they even now appear to be intent on leaving next Spring." This resulted in the large Lauffen emigration of 1750, including some on the ship "Osgood."

1750
Johann Ludwig RIETHWEIL and his family sailed on the "Osgood," arriving in Philadelphia 29 Sep 1750. A fellow passenger on that ship was Gottlieb Mittelberger. In a narrative written by Mittelberger in 1756, "Journey to Pennsylvania," he says he set out from Enzwehingen, Germany, 1 May 1750, sailing to Heilbronn to pick up an organ ready for shipment to Pennsylvania. Mittelberger later was an organist at the Augustus Lutheran Church at Trappe, Pennsylvania. He pursued his profession of organist for four years, then returned to Germany. During the time in Pennsylvania, he was in daily touch with his poor countrymen in their time of adversity and all that was going on in Philadelphia. He was moved by all this, and by the appeals of his Philadelphia acquaintances, to tell the story of what he had seen and heard, upon his return to Germany.

The trip was not a pleasant one for any passenger. A summary of the narrative Mittelberger wrote is with ancestor chart No. 333-334.

Sources:
1) Alline McCrary
2) "Ancestors and Descendants of John and Sarah and other Redwines," by Martha Redwine Nelson
3) "Pennsylvania German Immigrants, 1709-1786," edited by Don Yoder, 1980
4) "The Kimberling Kobold," a family newsletter of the descendants of Jacob Friederick Kummerley, a passenger on the ship "Osgood."

29 Sep 1750
Ludwig RIETHWEIL and his family arrived 29 Sep 1750 in Philadelphia and were marched to the courthouse where he then made his mark on the Oath of Allegiance and qualified, as well as son Michael who was able to sign his name. Since Michael was over the age of 16, he had to qualify. The other children were under the age of 16, so were not required to qualify. Michael signed his name Rietweill to the document. Ludwig did not sign the document, but made his mark "LRW" and the spelling of the surname as "Readwile" is a phonetic one by the court clerk.
Source: Roots-L Archives, Michael P. Palmer, 21 Mar 1994

Other passengers on the ship "Osgood" included the following: From Lauffen were Ludwig Bitzer, Rudolph Christe, Jacob Koenig, Johann Matthias Spohn, Christian Stotz, Hans Balthass Stotz, Ludwig Stotz, and Johannes Wolfer. Hans Jerg Gutekunst was from Nagold.

There was also a passenger by the name of Georg Becker who might possibly have been a relative of Barbara, wife of Johann Ludwig RIETHWEIL. There was a man named Johannes Seyl, but it is not known if this name might have been Seyler. If so, there might be a relationship to Peter Seyler whose son was baptized in 1755. Johann Michael Riethweil and his wife Christina were sponsors.

Source 1: "Pennsylvania German Immigrants, 1709-1786"
Source 2: Roots-L Archives, Michael P. Palmer, 21 Mar 19945 

Family

Barbara Bächlin b. 1 Nov 1710, d. a 1772
Marriage*15 November 1731 Berlin, Prussia, Married: 'Prussia, Germany now Berlin', Principal=Barbara Bächlin3 
Children

Reference1484

Citations

  1. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001.
  2. [S38] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 28 Jul 1998.
  3. [S14] Tex Dick, "Tex Dick, Letter," e-mail to Ken mullins, 4 Feb 1994.
  4. [S74] Tex Dick, "Tex Dick E-mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 6 Feb 2001, 9 Jan 99.
  5. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001, 1749
    In the summer of 1749, a man by the name of Landenberger of Ebingen,
    who made frequent trips between Germany and America, brought back
    favorable letters from Hans Balthass Bitzer and Matthaeus Mautte.
    According to a report in 1749 by Mayor Venninger of Lauffen,
    preserved at Ludwigsburg, the letters are said to have "made such an
    impression among different families, that they even now appear to be
    intent on leaving next Spring." This resulted in the large Lauffen
    emigration of 1750, including some on the ship "Osgood."

    1750
    Johann Ludwig RIETHWEIL and his family sailed on the "Osgood,"
    arriving in Philadelphia 29 Sep 1750. A fellow passenger on that
    ship was Gottlieb Mittelberger. In a narrative written by
    Mittelberger in 1756, "Journey to Pennsylvania," he says he set out
    from Enzwehingen, Germany, 1 May 1750, sailing to Heilbronn to pick
    up an organ ready for shipment to Pennsylvania. Mittelberger later
    was an organist at the Augustus Lutheran Church at Trappe,
    Pennsylvania. He pursued his profession of organist for four years,
    then returned to Germany. During the time in Pennsylvania, he was in
    daily touch with his poor countrymen in their time of adversity and
    all that was going on in Philadelphia. He was moved by all this, and
    by the appeals of his Philadelphia acquaintances, to tell the story
    of what he had seen and heard, upon his return to Germany.

    The trip was not a pleasant one for any passenger. A summary of the
    narrative Mittelberger wrote is with ancestor chart No. 333-334.

    Sources:
    1) Alline McCrary
    2) "Ancestors and Descendants of John and Sarah and other
    Redwines," by Martha Redwine Nelson
    3) "Pennsylvania German Immigrants, 1709-1786," edited by
    Don Yoder, 1980
    4) "The Kimberling Kobold," a family newsletter of the
    descendants of Jacob Friederick Kummerley, a passenger
    on the ship "Osgood."

    29 Sep 1750
    Ludwig RIETHWEIL and his family arrived 29 Sep 1750 in Philadelphia
    and were marched to the courthouse where he then made his mark on the
    Oath of Allegiance and qualified, as well as son Michael who was able
    to sign his name. Since Michael was over the age of 16, he had to
    qualify. The other children were under the age of 16, so were not
    required to qualify. Michael signed his name Rietweill to the
    document. Ludwig did not sign the document, but made his mark "LRW"
    and the spelling of the surname as "Readwile" is a phonetic one by
    the court clerk.
    Source: Roots-L Archives, Michael P. Palmer, 21 Mar 1994

    Other passengers on the ship "Osgood" included the following: From
    Lauffen were Ludwig Bitzer, Rudolph Christe, Jacob Koenig, Johann
    Matthias Spohn, Christian Stotz, Hans Balthass Stotz, Ludwig Stotz,
    and Johannes Wolfer. Hans Jerg Gutekunst was from Nagold.

    There was also a passenger by the name of Georg Becker who might
    possibly have been a relative of Barbara, wife of Johann Ludwig
    RIETHWEIL. There was a man named Johannes Seyl, but it is not known
    if this name might have been Seyler. If so, there might be a
    relationship to Peter Seyler whose son was baptized in 1755. Johann
    Michael Riethweil and his wife Christina were sponsors.

    Source 1: "Pennsylvania German Immigrants, 1709-1786"
    Source 2: Roots-L Archives, Michael P. Palmer, 21 Mar 1994.
  6. [S36] Imogene Bennett, "Imogene Bennett E-Mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, July 03, 2001, 21 Feb 1745
    Anna Margretha RIEDWEILS, daughter of Ludwig RIEDWEILS and Barbara
    BECHLERIN, was baptized 21 Feb 1745.
    Source: Records of Lutheran Church, Freckenfeld, Germany.

John Riethweil1

M, #3130, b. circa 1756, d. 19 October 1800

FatherJohann Ludwig Riethweil1 b. 14 Aug 1699, d. c May 1772
MotherBarbara Bächlin1 b. 1 Nov 1710, d. a 1772
John Riethweil|b. c 1756\nd. 19 Oct 1800|p112.htm#i3130|Johann Ludwig Riethweil|b. 14 Aug 1699\nd. c May 1772|p112.htm#i2002|Barbara Bächlin|b. 1 Nov 1710\nd. a 1772|p27.htm#i2003|Frederick Riethweil|b. 15 Jul 1679\nd. 23 Jan 1753|p112.htm#i2015||||(?) Bächlin|b. 1690|p27.htm#i3127|Anna Barbara|b. 1690|p12.htm#i3126|

Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*circa 1756 Grandville, North Carolina1 
Marriage* Principal=Sara Skinner1 
Death*19 October 1800 Rowan, North Carolina1 
Burial* Stokes Cemetery, Rowan, North Carolina, West Side of Yadkin River1 

Family

Sara Skinner

Citations

  1. [S74] Tex Dick, "Tex Dick E-mail," e-mail to Ken Mullins, 6 Feb 2001, 9 Jan 99.

Hans Riethweyl1,2

M, #2018, b. circa 1620

Relationship11th great-grandfather of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 May 2004
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderY
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Birth*circa 1620 Eyserthal in der Pfalz, Bavarian-Palatine, Bararia, Info from Tex Dick web page

Hello all,

In keeping with sharing any information we find in our research effort on the REDWINE's in Germany. I wanted to let everyone know that we have come across a cousin ( Of advanced age ) that paid to have research done on the REDWINE family back in 1991. She has shared the overview report with me. You can read this report for yourself from the text box on my Redwine web page.

http://w3.atlcon.net/~texdick/redwine.HTM

Some of This information was confirmed by our own researcher before we knew of this report. Make sure to read through it as he corrects himself in the second report.

We are in the process of trying to hire the person that did this report to follow up on the research in the areas that he has outlined in this report. We have Dr. Georg Fisher looking at the un-filmed or indexed records in Germany.

My ISP has informed me he will take his system down for a couple of hours within the next couple of days. If you have trouble logging on to my site that may be the reason.

Sincerely,

Tex Dick
Postal address:
305 Avalee Dr.
Brooks, GA 30205-9429
web site: http://w3.atlcon.net/~texdick/
email: Tex Dick
ph. 770-599-1662
fax call first 770-599-1662

Name and Address
deleted by Tex

Research that you requested was completed which proved your ancestors back four generations to Hans Riethweyl, born about 1620 of Elsertal and Cunrad Binders, a Lieutenant at Holzgerlingen.

RIETWEIL-RIETHWEYL REPORT:

The name Riedweil and its variations were taken from a place. The suffix -weil or -wyl has the same original meaning as -Wil in the Netherlands and "village" in present day English (all derivatives of the same original word).

It is no longer found in German, but can be seen in many place names. The word "Ried" meant damp or swampy. Originally the area where the German tribes settled was quite swampy and moist and there are many words in German that can be traced to this. The name "Rietmüller" was found in the records along with Riedweil and the etymological dictionary lists this as the from the mill that lay next to a "riet" or swampy damp area. Likewise a village near such a place was named "Rietweil" from which the family took their name.

In doing this research, first all of the children of Johann Ludwig Riedweil and Barbara Bächler were searched in the records of Freckenfeld. Copies are enclosed herewith along with translations Doc. 2-5). Apparently they had four children before they came to America FHC film #247602:

1. Johann Michael Riedweil chr. 22 Mar 1733
2. Johannes Riedweil born 1 May 1737
3. Johann Ludwig Riedweil born 4 Dec 1740
4. Anna Maryretha Riedweil born 18 Feb 1745

It seems likely that the Michael Riedweil listed on the passenger lists in 1750 was actually Ludwig's son. Michael Riedweil, son of Ludwig, would have been 17 years old and the captains of the ships were requested to enumerate
all males on board age 16 and above. Also there was not found any other Michael Riedweil in the German records, thus the most likely possibility was that Ludwig and Michael Riedweil were father and son.

In the records of the second and fourth child it lists the mother's maiden name as Barbara Bächlin and Barbara Bechlerin, respectively (Doc.#3,5). The -in was a feminine suffix and is dropped, therefore her surname would have been "Bächler". There were people by that name in the Freckenfeld records, but that was not searched at this time.

It's interesting to note that almost undoubtedly Barbara Bächler was related to the Anthony Bieller-Buhler-Peeler family that I sent tn the last report and Michael Peeler who married Margaret Redwine may have been first cousins.
Notice in the christening of Ludwig Riedweil's fourth child the godmother was Anna Margretha, wife of David Bechler. This would be a good point to do research for the next time if you wish.

Also the occupation in Germany of Ludwig Riedweil was a weaver. In the christening record of Maria Dorothea Grimm, daughter of Jacob and Magdalena Grimm in May 1729, it lists Johann Ludwig Riedweyl as an apprentice weaver, single, and son of Friedrich Riedweyl (Doc. #6). Also in christening record of his second child, Ludwig is listed as a yarn weaver (Doc.# l3), but elsewhere.. as just a weaver.

A sister to Ludwig was one of the witnesses to the birth of his third child (Doc. #4). There it lists Anna Appolonia Riedweil, the legitimate daughter of Friedrich Riedweiler, a citizen here. She was married 10 May 1753 to Johann Christian Apfel according to a public decree (Doc.#7) . Apparently they were required to be married before they could leave, and they left the 12th of May for America. In the article, "Emigration to the North American Colonies in the 18th Century from the Lutheran Church-book of Freckenfeld" by Fr. Krebs (1952) it has the following paragraph about Christian Apffel (translated here by me) (Doc.#8)

1. Christian Apffel, chr. 28 October 1722 at Freckenfeld, as the son of Hans Erhard Apffel, citizen at Freckenfeld and his wife Anna Maria. Married 10 May 1753 at Freckenfeld to Anna Apollonia Riedweil. (Married 1753 the 10th of May; left for the New Land the 12th of the same month and year).

It was very interesting to find that the father of Ludwig and Anna Appolonia Riedweil, Friedrich Riedweil died as a poor man in Freckerifeld 23 January 1753 (Doc.#9). It seems that Anna Appolonla may have been taking care of her father until his death and shortly thereafter left for America where her brother was residing.

It is possible that Friedrich Riedweil, quoted in the Redwine Family History, could have been the same man as the father of Ludwig and Anna Appolonia. If that is the case, then he would have traveled to America and then returned to Germany. Otherwise this could have been a cousin and have been the one that emigrated to England in 1710. What is your source for Frederick born 14 Aug 1699 and died 23 Jan 1761 in Pittsburgh and wife Barbara Stoner born 1 Nov 1710 and died 19 Oct 1769 in Pittsburgh? To me it sounds like The Redwine Family of Georgia by Lucy R. Redwine is a little mixed up on the first generation of the family. Please refer to the enclosed charts for the correct ancestry of Ludwig and Michael Rietweil (Doc.#1).

In any case in the death record of Friedrich Riedweil it list's that he was born at Hoizerlingen in Württemberg. This apparently was a mistake as the only place named similar to that is Holzgerlingen. The records of the latter were searched and a Riethweyl family was found for that time period. The following children were found in the christening records: Children of Daniel Rietweyl and wife Barbara:

1. Hans Jerg Riethweyl, born 3 Apr 1671 and christened 4
Apr 1671 at Hoizerlingen, Württemberg, Germany. Godparents were Eustachig Hiller and Barbara, Hans Casper Hutzel 's wife.
2. Daniel Riethweyl, born and christened 4 Nov 1672 at Hoizerlingen, Württernberg, Germany,Godparents were Eustachig Hiller and Barbara, Hans Casper Hutzel's wife.
3. Cunrad Riethweyl, born 2 July 1675, christened 3 July 1675 at Holzgerlingen, Württernberg, Germany. Godparents were (young) Jacob Hiller (Eutachy's son) and Barbara (Hans Casper Hutzel 's wife).
4. Hans Rtethweyl, born 21 July 1677 at Holzqerlingen, Württemberg, Germany. Godparents were Jacob Hiller (Eustachy's son) and Barbara (wife of Casper Hutzel).
5. Friederich Riethweyl, born 15 Jul 1679, christened 16 Jul
1679 in Holzgerlingen, Wflrttemberg, Germany. Godparents were Jacob Biller (son of Eustachy) and Barbara (wife of Hans Casper Hutzel)(Doc.#10).

Finally the marriage record between Daniel Riethweyl, son of Hans Rietweyl of Eyserthal in the Pfalz (Palatine) to Barbara, daughter of Cunrad Binders, lieutenant was located in Holzgerlingen (Doc.#1l). They were married 12 Oct 1669 and the scriptural text at their marriage ceremony was Genesis 24 verse 58. They certainly kept good records very early.

Although the records in Holzgerlingen go as early as 1558, the Riethweyl family was from Eisertal so it doesn't help any, unless you would like me to trace the Binder family of Eisertal.

The records of Eisertal were not searched for lack of time. This can be done next time to see if there are any earlier records on the family of Hans Rietweyl who would have been born about 1620.

There is also a few other records that were found pertaining to the Rietweil family. In the records of Freckenfeld there was found a burial record for a Johannes Riedweil (Doc.#12) :

Johannes Riedweil, citizen here, was buried 16 september 1738, aged 61 years and seven weeks old. He had surviving a widow Maria Magdalena, married 26 years and 11 weeks. They had 2 sons and 2 daughters of which two daughters
and one son are yet alive.

Also a christening record was found in Freckenfeld (Doc. #33): Maria Catharina, christened 1 August 1723, daughter of Johannes Riedweilen and wife Magdalena. Apparently this Johannes Rietweil is the same as the brother to Friedrich, Hans Riethweyl, who was christened in Holzgerlingen 21 Jul 1677. He would have been 61 years and seven weeks old in September 1738. unfortunately the records of christening before 1722, marriage before 1742, and burials before 1738 of the Lutheran Church in Freckenfeld were destroyed, probably during one of the wars in that area or by a fire or perhaps just lost. Anyhow the only records are the Reformed Church at Freckenfeld 1654-1755 and none of the family is mentioned in those records as far as I could tell.

SUMMARY

So far much success was achieved on the Riedweil-Riethweyl family research in Germany that extended it back to about 1620 in Southern Germany. The family seemed to be quite mobile as they were from Eisertal in the Baden Palatine area just south of Baden-Baden and moved to Holzgerlingen in Wurttemberg just south of Stuttgart, and finally to Freckenfeld in the Bavarian Palatine area just west of Karisruhe (see map Doc. #14) .

Unfortunately the Lutheran records before 1722 of christening, 1738 of burials, and 1742 of marriages in Freckenfeld are not available. There are some civil marriage records that might have the marriage of Johann Friedrich Riedweil and Johann Ludwig Riedweil to Barbara Bächler (1729-1733) and Johannes Riedweil to Maria Magdalena C 3. They cover the time period 1809-1831, however are not indexed and would take about four hours to go through them.

Also the records of Eisertal should be searched to see if any information on the families earlier origin may be learned. It seems the family moved from Eisertal to Holzgerlingen about 1669 and from Holzgerlingen to Freckenfeld (or perhaps an in between area) about 1680 or later. The records of Freckenfeld could be searched to find the parents of Barbara Bächler and a relationship to the Peeler family of North Carolina. Also the records of Holzgerlingen could be searched for the Binders family.

I would be happy to continue doing research on these families as outlined above and will wait to hear if you wish that to be the case.

As to Frederick II or Frederick the Great making one of the Riedweil family a knight and giving them land on the Rhine River, I don't see how that fits very well with this family. Frederick didn't come into power until 1740 and didn't have a lot of territory in the areas where the Riedweil family was residing. He was the emperor of Prussia but not necessarily of Bavaria or Wurttemberg. often tradition carries some evidence of truth, however in this case the tradition shouldn't be mixed with the facts and Ludwig (or Lewis in America) and his ancestors are those shown here. There is a gap in the records so the time period 1680-1722 is somewhat meager, but it is definitely the right families. Sincerely, <>


December 16, 1991
Name and Address
deleted by Tex

Sorry for being so slow in answering your October 27th letter. School has just gotten more and more demanding, however today I turned in three term papers and am ready to attack my genealogy projects again.

You asked what "with an umlaut" means. German has three vowels that are sometimes written with an umlaut. This is two dots above the vowel as in: a, 0, ü. These are pronounced by rounding the lips as if puckering up. When written they are sometimes spelled out by adding an "e" following the a,o,u as in the words, "Württemberg1' and "Wuerttemberg", which are equivalents of the same name.

it was decided that "Eyserthal in der Pfalz", where Hans Rietweyl, father of Daniel Riethweyl lived, was actually EuBerthal (also written Eusserthal) in the Bavarian-Palatine region. This was a state in the Palatine that belonged to Bavaria. Originally I had stated that "Eyserthal" referred to Elsertal in Baden, however the latter was a strongly Catholic area and was not part of Palatine (Pfalz). EuBerthal is found a little to the north of Freckenfeld. This made it interesting that the Rietweil family apparently moved from the Pfalz area to Hoizerlingen to marry Barbara Binder, and then his children returned to the Pfalz area later.

Enclosed is a copy from Dr. Wolfgang Eger's Die Protestantischen Kirchenbucher der Pfalz [= the Protestant Churchbooks of Palatine](1960) Doc.#1). For EuBerthal it gives the following information: 108. EuBerthal. Daughter parish of Annweiler. Lutheran since 1735 went to Albersweiler, since 1780 went to Godramstein. The Reformed Church had their own minister in Euflerthal in 1591. In 1771 the Reformed Minister of Siebeldingen had the care of the church at EuBerthal.

According to the same source the Lutheran Church at Annweiler began in 1523, combined with the Reformed Church (latter began in 1669). The church records for Annweiler go from 1556-1593 and 1704-1793. Unfortunately Daniel Riethweyl, son of Hans Rietweyl, would have been born there about 1646, which is during the years that the records are missing. This means that the Riethweyl, family is probably traced to the earliest ancestor possible at this time, i.e. Hans Rietweyl, born about 1620 of EuBerthal in Bavarian-Pfalz. Having established the earliest Rietweyl ancestor, the Binder family of Holzgerlingen was searched. It was interesting to find that on Document #11 from my last report, the marriage of Daniel Riethweyl to Barbara, daughter of Lieutenant Cunrad Binder, there was another important marriage three dates prior to Daniel and Barbara. It reads as follows (my translation:)8 Aug (1669), Cunrad Voider7 widower, married Margaretha, widow of Lieutenant Cunrad Binder. Apparently this was the mother of Barbara. The above Cunrad was listed as Cunrad Velder in the death records, dying 28 Oct 1676, age 84 years, less 6 weeks. Cunrad Binder, the Lieutenant, died and was buried 20 Nov 1668, age 67 years (burial sermon from 2 Timothy 4.7).

The christening records for the birth of Barbara Binders was searched 1620-1660 and only one child of Cunrad Binder was born and the mother was listed as Anna: Hans Conrad Binder born 27 Jan 1634 Holzgerlingen.

Otherwise other Binder families was vary numerous in the records of Holzgerlingen parish. It is believed that he was probably married and stationed somewhere other than Holzgerlingen but that his family was that at Holzgerlingen. With this assumption, the birth of Cunrad Binder was found: Cunrad Binder, christened 19 Jun 1601 at Holzgerlingen, son of Hansin Binder, tailor, and wife Chatrina.

It was also found that several other people in the past have done research on the Binder family and many names have been submitted to the International Genealogical Index. A copy of many of these names is included (Doc. # 2). In particular the following children of Hansen Binder and Catharina were found:

Catharina Binder born 25 Nov 1577 Holzgerlingen
Jacob Binder born 25 Jul 1580 Holzgerlingen
Horitz Binder born 10 Mar 1582 Holzgerlingen
Casper Binder born 2 Mar 1584 Holzgerlingen
Cunradus Bender born 26 Mar 1587 Holzgerlingen
Hans Binder born 10 Oct 1595 Holzgerlingen
Anna Bender born Oct 1589 Holzgerlingen
Johannes Bender born 6 Mar 1594 Holzgerlingen

These were probably all siblings to Cunrad Binder who was christened 19 Jun 1601 in Holzgerlingen. There was also a Hansen Binder with wife Barbara who was living and had children at the same time as the above Hansen Binder and
Catharina. There was a Hanssen Binder christened 8 Sep 1566 at Endersbach, son of Veit Binder and Borg.. but he was probably not the same as the above Hansen Binder. In any case the above information was submitted by three people whose addresses are as follows:


If you write to each of these three people, hopefully one of them will still be living at the address above or will be of help to you in establishing the earliest Binder family.

Also I tried to find the Peeler family in the Freckenfeld records and they were not located there as I had originally thought.

As to further research, time could be spent to try to locate where Cunrad Binder, Lieutenant, was-married to Margaretha and where they had their children. They may- have moved from place to place and a large area search would be necessary in order to try to find this information. I would suggest that you try to contact one of the three above addresses in connection with the Binder family. Otherwise it appears that we have exhausted most of the avenues for further research. We could try to find Barbara Baechler's family; however the records of Freckenfeld begin after her birth. I Couldn't promise that searching neighboring parish would be productive, however I would be happy to try if you wished.

Again, sorry for the long wait. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season. Thanks again for your nice letters. Sincerely, Name deleted by Tex2 
Name Variation Hans Riethweil2 
Religion* Lutheran3 

Family

Child

Reference11872

Citations

  1. E-Mail from Glenn Gohr [mailto:e-mail address]

    -----Original Message-----
    From:      Glenn Gohr [mailto:e-mail address]
    Sent:     Wednesday, October 13, 1999 10:55 AM
    To:     e-mail address
    Subject:     [REDWINE] Re: Nathan-Out In the Open

    Thanks, Nathan, for all your comments. I did not ever take any of your comments in the beginning or at any other time in a bad or harsh way. I am very glad to have you as a participant on the Redwine List. I think some on the list misinterpreted your comments.
    The only way we can get very far in our research is to enlist the help of others. We all have something to contribute. Of course documentation is important. I know this from past experience. I thought I had a line that went back to English Royalty through a line that was well established. That theory has been debunked twice over in recent years.
    I'm new to the Redwine connection, but I'm amazed at all the good documentation that Tex Dick has found.
    My Redwine lineage as far as I can figure it, although I still lack authentic documentation on the Redwine generations is:
    1)     Hans REDWINE, b. ca. 1620 Bavaria, Germany (lived at Pfalz, Annweiler, Euberthal, in Bavaria, Germany)
    2)     Daniel REDWINE, b. ca. 1646 Bavaria, Germany, d. Wurttemberg, Germany; md. 12 Oct. 1669 at Holzgerlingen, Wurttemberg, Germany to Barbara BINDER, b. ca. 1649 at Holzgerlingen, Wurttemberg, Germany
    3)     Frederick REDWINE, b. 15 July 1679 Holzgerlingen of Freckenfeld, Wurttemberg, Germany, d. 23 Jan. 1753 Freckenfeld, Germany; md. ca. 1698 Holzgerlingen, Wurttemberg, Germany to UNKNOWN
    4)     Johann Ludwig RIETHWEIL (changed in America to REDWINE), b. 14 Aug.
    1699/1710 Freckenfeld, Germany, d. ca. May 1772 Granville Co., NC; md. 15
    Nov. 1731 Freckenfeld, Germany, to Barbara BACHLER/BAECHLEIN (various
    spellings), b. 1 Nov. 1710 Freckenfeld, Germany, d. aft. Aug. 1772 Granville
    Co., NC
    5)     Johann Ludwig RIEDWEILENS, Jr. (as spelled in baptismal record; baptized 8 Dec 1740 in Freckenfeld Lutheran Church), also known as LEWIS REDWINE, b.
    4 Dec. 1740 Freckenfeld, Germany, d. 21 Feb. 1809 Rowan Co., NC; md. Maria
    Catherine WALTER, b. ca. 1740
    6)     Rev. William C. REDWINE, b. ca. 1775 Anson, NC, d. bef. 1841 Lafayette Co., MS; md. Malinda Lou COX, b. ca. 1770 NC, d. ? Mississippi
    7)     Cynthia REDWINE b. ca. 1801 NC, d. ca. 1856 MS; md. prob. Madison Co., GA to James O'KELLY, b. ca. 1797 GA, d. aft. 1850 MS
    8)     Elizabeth O'KELLY, b. ca. 1816 Madison Co., GA, d. ca. 1843 Lafayette Co., MS; md. ca. 1832 Madison Co., GA to Micajah Martin GARVIN, b. ca. 1812
    VA, d. 29 Dec. 1870 Red River Co., TX
    9)     Henry Washington GARVIN, b. 28 June 1833 Madison Co., GA, d. 21 Feb. 1909 GARVIN Co., OK; md. 16 May 1851 Lafayette Co., MS to Elizabeth Ann SARTAIN, b. 30 July 1837 Madison Co., GA, d. 29 Oct. 1921 Katie, OK
    10)     McCager Martin GARVIN, b. 19 Oct. 1856 Newton Co., MS, d. 17 Dec. 1920 Frederick, OK; md. 12 Dec. 1888 Jack Co., TX to Maizie Elmira Catherine SARTAIN, b. 7 Dec. 1871 Water Valley, MS, d. 15 Mar. 1954 Bailey Co., TX (1st cousins on the Sartain side)
    11)     Orpha Antonia Hazel GARVIN, b. 11 Nov. 1895 Jack Co., TX, d. 21 Dec.
    1979 Cortez, CO; md. 12 Dec 1915 Parker Co., TX to William Earl HARRIS, b. 8
    Aug. 1895 McNairy Co., TN, d. 5 Jan. 1967 Cortez, CO
    12)     Hazel Irene HARRIS, b. 28 June 1921 Frederick, OK, living; md. 14 June 1950 Dove Creek, CO to Lawrence Robert GOHR, b. 9 Oct. 1918 Monte Vista, CO, living
    13)     Glenn Walter GOHR, b. 18 Sept. 1957 Cheyenne, WY; md. 9 June 1984 Springfield, MO to Marion Sue BROWN, b. 4 Oct. 1958 San Bernardino, CA

    Glenn Gohr
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  2. [S38] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 28 Jul 1998.
  3. [S39] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 6 June 1998, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi

Cunrad Rietweyl1

M, #2027, b. 2 July 1675

FatherDaniel Rietweyl1 b. c 1646
MotherBarbara Binder1 b. c 1649
Cunrad Rietweyl|b. 2 Jul 1675|p112.htm#i2027|Daniel Rietweyl|b. c 1646|p112.htm#i2016|Barbara Binder|b. c 1649|p17.htm#i2017|Hans Riethweyl|b. c 1620|p112.htm#i2018||||Lieutenant Cunrad Binder|b. 19 Jun 1601|p17.htm#i2030|Margaretha (W-O C. Binder)||p1.htm#i2031|

Relationship9th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*2 July 1675 Holzerlingen, Württemberg, Germany, 1. Hans Jerg Riethweyl, born 3 Apr 1671 and christened 4 Apr 1671 at Hoizerlingen, Württemberg, Germany. Godparents were Eustachig Hiller and Barbara, Hans Casper Hutzel 's wife.
2. Daniel Riethweyl, born and christened 4 Nov 1672 at Hoizerlingen, Württernberg, Germany,Godparents were Eustachig Hiller and Barbara, Hans Casper Hutzel's wife.
3. Cunrad Riethweyl, born 2 July 1675, christened 3 July 1675 at Holzgerlingen, Württernberg, Germany. Godparents were (young) Jacob Hiller (Eutachy's son) and Barbara (Hans Casper Hutzel 's wife).
4. Hans Rtethweyl, born 21 July 1677 at Holzqerlingen, Württemberg, Germany. Godparents were Jacob Hiller (Eustachy's son) and Barbara (wife of Casper Hutzel).
5. Friederich Riethweyl, born 15 Jul 1679, christened 16 Jul 1679 in Holzgerlingen, Wflrttemberg, Germany. Godparents were Jacob Biller (son of Eustachy) and Barbara (wife of Hans Casper Hutzel)(Doc.#10).1 
Christening3 July 1675 Holzerlingen, Württemberg, Germany1 

Citations

  1. [S38] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 28 Jul 1998.

Daniel Rietweyl1

M, #2016, b. circa 1646

FatherHans Riethweyl1 b. c 1620
Daniel Rietweyl|b. c 1646|p112.htm#i2016|Hans Riethweyl|b. c 1620|p112.htm#i2018||||||||||||||||

Relationship10th great-grandfather of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited18 Feb 2006
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderY
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Birth*circa 1646 1 
Marriage* Principal=Barbara Binder1 
Name Variation Daniel Riethweil1 
Religion* Lutheran2 
Note*1732 This is not where this note belongs, but I have put it here until I find a better place -- Ken

From:Lina Boyd
To:Ken
Date: Jan 8, 2006 7:36 PM
Subject: RE: Redwine
Ken,
Tex contacted me recently when I posted about this bible record on the Redwine Message Board. He was questioning which bible record I was referring to. I didn't hear back from him after I answered his question. I did send him part of this information.
Here is what I found on Daniel Redwine's family from Searcy County. It will be quite lengthy because I included census information on many of them.
Lina and C. L. Boyd, Dover, Arkansas
Descendants of Daniel L. Redwine 
Generation No. 1
1. DANIEL L.4 REDWINE (MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL)1,2,3,4,5,6,7 was born October 06, 1792 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died March 04, 1881 in Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery. He married NANCY HANCOCK November 14, 1813 in Montgomery County, North Carolina.
Notes for DANIEL L. REDWINE:
Martha Redwine Nelson send me a copy of the Daniel Redwine family bible. It contains the title page and four family record pages. Here it is copied just as written:
'The HOLY BIBLE containing the Old and New Testaments.
Translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised with Canne's Marginal Notes and References"
Published at Auburn: by Alden, Beardsley & Co. Rochester: Wanzer, Beardsley & Co. 1852
Page one, Marriages
Daniel Redwine and Nancy Redwine was married the 14th of November 1813
Nancy Handcock
Page two, Column 1, Births
1. Belinda Redwine was born April 9th day AD 1814
2. Polly Redwine was born January 22nd day AD 1816
3. Michael P. Redwine was born March 14th AD 1818
4. Elizabeth Ann Redwine was born June 1st day 1820
5. Martha Jane Redwine was born December 10th day AD 1822
6. John R. Redwine was born August the 5th 1825
7. S. L. Redwine was born September th16th 1828
8. Sarah P. Redwine was born October the 4th 1837
Column 2 Deaths
1. Susan Octavo Redwine deceased April the 18th AD 1844
2. Mary Dalton deceased October the 28th 1833
3. Michael P. Redwine deceased the 20th of December 1852
5. Nancy Smith Redwine departed this life July the 28th 1854
4. Elizabeth Ann Daniel departed this life September the 22nd 1869 age 49 year 3 mo 27 days
Page 3 Births
9. Nancy S. Redwine was born February the 10th 1834
10. William P. Redwine was born April the 23rd 1837
11. Susan Octovo Redwine wasa born January the 23rd 1840
Page 4 Column 1, Births
Daniel Redwine was born October the 6th 1792
Nancy Redwine was born January the 7th 1796
Column 2, Deaths
Nancy Redwine deceased September the 20th 1855
Daniel Redwine died Mar 4th 1881
Also included in this bible record were two seperate sheets of paper with information on the parents and brothers and sisters of Daniel Redwine and also on Daniel's grandparents.
First page
Christiana Redwine daughter of Michael Redwine and Susanah his wif was born July 1st 1784
Sarah Redwine daughter of the same was born January the 6th 1787
Michael redwine son of the same was born January the 21st 1791
Daniel Redwine son of the same was born October the 6th 1792
William Redwine son of the same was born September 5th 1794
Leah Redwine daughter of the same was born July 17th 1801
Rachel Redwine was orn daughter of the same May 28th 1803
Jacob Redwine ___ the same was ____ June 22nd 1807 (The edge of this page is missing)
Page 2
Michael Redwile born in Prusia in the King of Prussia Dominions in the of our Lord 1732 March 22nd
Christiana his wife was born January 27th 1728
Michael Redwile and Christiana his wife was married June 24, 1757
Michael Redwine __born October 29th !___ (Edge of sheet missing)
Susanah Redwine __ wife, was born Ma__ the 24th 1766
1860 Searcy County, Arkansas Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 686-678
REDWINE, Daniel 67 NC farmer
W. P. 23 GA farmer
Parilee 23 TN W. P. wife, Paralee HATCHETT
Daniel P. 1 AR son of W. P. and Paralee
Daniel Redwine age 78 NC is living with son, William Pope Redwine in 1870 and 1880.
Daniel Redwine served in the War of 1812. He was a Private in the Company commanded by Capt. John Garrison in the Regiment of Infantry commanded by Col. J. A. Pierson. He volunteered at Montgomery County, North Carolina on or about 28 day of Jan 1911114 for a term of 6 months and continued in actual service in said war for a term of 6 months and was honorably discharged at Salisbury, North Carolina on 11th day of Aug 1814. This si from an affidavid sworn to on 21st Dec 1850 in Chattooga County, Georgia. Daniel also filed an affidavit on 22 May 1855 in Searcy County, Arkansas concerning him receiving bound land under the cst of Sept 28, 1850. In this affidavit he swears that he received 80 cres which he has since legally disposed of and cannot now return. He hoped to obtain addition bound land to which he may be entitled under the Act approved the 3rd day of March 1855.
______________________________
Pension for Private Daniel Redwine 28 Aug 1871.
Daniel Redwine age 78 Wileys Cove, Searcy County, Arkansas
married Nancy Hancock, Montgomery County, NC 14 Nov 1813
He was a volunteer in Capt. John Garrison's Company of Col. Pearson's Regiment. Honorably discharged 12 Aug 1914 Salisbury, NC.
Stationed at Ft. Jackson, Alabama and was in hearing of the Battle of the Horse Shoe, was present when the Indians surrendered.
Served from 01 Feb 1814 to 31 Jul 1814
Feb 1 to March 28, 1914 Ft. Hawkins - sick
March 28 to May 11, 1914 Camp near Ft. Jackson
May 11 to July 16, 1814 Camp Pike near Ft. HAwkins.
$8.00 per month - $48 amount of pay
170 miles - 8 1/2 days.
Subsistence traveling $.96
Pay traveling $2.13
Amt. of mileage $3.09
Total $51.09 amount paid.
Discharge dated 12 Aug 1814.
Children of DANIEL REDWINE and NANCY HANCOCK are:
2. i. BELINDA5 REDWINE, b. April 09, 1814, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. July 28, 1861, Wiley's Cove, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery.
ii. MARY "POLLY" REDWINE, b. January 22, 1816; d. October 28, 1833, Georgia; m. LEWIS O. DALTON, August 29, 1833, Hall County, Georgia.
iii. MICHAEL P. REDWINE, b. March 14, 1818; d. December 20, 1852.
3. iv. ELIZABETH ANN REDWINE, b. June 01, 1820, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. September 22, 1869, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in McDaniel Cemetery.
4. v. MARTHA JANE REDWINE, b. December 10, 1822, Georgia.
5. vi. JOHN R. REDWINE, b. August 05, 1825, Georgia; d. 1863, Civil War.
6. vii. SAMUEL LETCHER REDWINE, b. September 16, 1828, Georgia; d. 1864, Civil War.
7. viii. SARAH PARKS REDWINE, b. October 04, 1832, Georgia; d. July 26, 1910, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Keykendall Cemetery.
ix. NANCY SMITH REDWINE, b. February 10, 1834, Georgia; d. April 18, 1844, Georgia.
8. x. WILLIAM POPE REDWINE, b. April 23, 1837, Georgia; d. May 14, 1908, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery.
xi. SUSAN OCTOVO REDWINE, b. January 23, 1840, Georgia; d. April 18, 1844, Georgia.


Generation No. 2
2. BELINDA5 REDWINE (DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born April 09, 1814 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died July 28, 1861 in Wiley's Cove, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery. She married JAMES JARRETT Abt. 1835 in Georgia.
Notes for BELINDA REDWINE:
1860 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 680-672
JARRETT, Malinda 45 NC
Jane 22 GA f
Martha 21 GA f
Charlotte 16 GA f
Madison 13 GA m
Amanda 11 GA f
Wiseann 9 GA f
Brewer 6 GA f
The only Jarrett listed in the 1870 Searcy Co. census was Nixey Ann age 18 born in GA living in the house of John W. Gray age 24 TN and his wife Loucy J. 19 born AR. She was attending school. Possibly she may have been boarding with them to attend school. I can find on connection between these two families. Is this Wiseann age 9 in 1860?
In 1880 Searcy County Census Wiley's Cove township
Dwelling 45
JARRETT, James 34 GA NC NC blacksmith m, Listed as Madison in 1860 census
Suffronia 34 GA LA LA wife f
John 9 AR GA GA son
Allice 7 AR GA GA dau
Dixie 4 AR GA GA dau
Evens 2 AR GA GA son

Children of BELINDA REDWINE and JAMES JARRETT are:
i. MARY E.6 JARRETT, b. 1836, Georgia.
ii. NANCY JANE JARRETT, b. February 02, 1838, Georgia; d. March 16, 1924.
iii. MARTHA B. JARRETT, b. March 05, 1840, Georgia; d. January 25, 1897, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery; m. JESSE B. RAGLAND.
9. iv. CHARLOTTE V. JARRETT, b. January 21, 1844, Georgia; d. August 11, 1934.
10. v. JAMES MADISON JARRETT, b. December 03, 1846, Georgia; d. April 08, 1915, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery.
11. vi. AMANDA O. JARRETT, b. 1849, Georgia; d. Searcy County, Arkansas.
vii. WISEANN JARRETT, b. 1851, Georgia.
Notes for WISEANN JARRETT:
Names could be Niseuves Ann.
viii. BREWER JARRETT, b. January 12, 1854, Georgia.
Notes for BREWER JARRETT:
Listed as female in 1860 census. Could this be a son?

3. ELIZABETH ANN5 REDWINE (DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born June 01, 1820 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died September 22, 1869 in Searcy County, Arkansas buried in McDaniel Cemetery. She married JAMES SIMPSON DANIEL.
Notes for ELIZABETH ANN REDWINE:
James Simpson Daniel was born 17 Feb 1810 in South Carolina and died 06 Sep 1889. He is buried in McDaniel Cemetery east of Snowball on Highway 74.
1860 Searcy County, Arkansas census Bear Creek Township
Dwelling 103-98
DANIEL, J. S. 52 SC m
Ann 39 SC f
Pinkney 16 GA m
Sarah 14 GA f
John 13 GA m
Martha 10 AR f
Susan 5 AR f
Samuel 1 AR m
1870 Searcy County, Arkansas census Bear Creek Township
Dwelling 88
DANIEL, James S. 60 SC farmer
Sarah R. P. 24 GA
Martha J. N. 18 AR
Susie C. 14 AR
Samuel 11 AR
Henry P. 8 AR

Children of ELIZABETH REDWINE and JAMES DANIEL are:
12. i. WILLIAM POLK6 DANIEL, b. October 25, 1838, Chattooga County, Georgia; d. September 03, 1930, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Sulphur Springs Cemetery.
ii. PINKNEY EPHRIAM DANIEL, b. 1844, Georgia.
13. iii. SARAH R. P. DANIEL, b. 1846, Georgia.
14. iv. JOHN R. DANIEL, b. 1847, Georgia.
v. MARTHA J. N. DANIEL, b. 1850.
15. vi. SUSAN O. DANIEL, b. May 02, 1856, Arkansas; d. January 02, 1942, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Bear Creek Cemetery.
16. vii. SAMUEL L. DANIEL, b. April 17, 1857, Arkansas; d. June 29, 1929, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Dongola Cemetery.
17. viii. HENRY POLK DANIEL, b. April 07, 1862, Arkansas; d. October 13, 1928, Searcy County, Arkansas.
4. MARTHA JANE5 REDWINE (DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born December 10, 1822 in Georgia. She married RICHARD MADISON DUCK, son of ROBERT DUCK and MARGARET MCCLURE.
Notes for MARTHA JANE REDWINE:
1860 Searcy County, Arkansas census Locust Grove Township
Dwelling 626-618
DUCK, Richard 40 NC farmer
Jane 34 NC f
George 14 GA m
Melvin 12 GA m
James 10 GA m
Robert 8 GA m
Nancy 4 AR f
Mary 2 AR f
Jane 3/12 AR f
Next door in Dwelling 625-617 are Richard's parents, Robert 79 NC "at rest", Margaret 69 NC, and Amanda 22 GA.
In an article in the Searcy County History book is an article about Richard's brother S. L. Duck. In this article it states that Richard and his parents moved to Independence County, Arkansas.
Children of MARTHA REDWINE and RICHARD DUCK are:
i. GEORGE6 DUCK, b. 1846, Georgia.
ii. MELVIN DUCK, b. 1848, Georgia.
iii. JAMES DUCK, b. 1850, Georgia.
iv. ROBERT DUCK, b. 1852, Georgia.
v. NANCY DUCK, b. 1856, Arkansas.
vi. MARY DUCK, b. 1858, Arkansas.
vii. JANE DUCK, b. 1860, Arkansas.

5. JOHN R.5 REDWINE (DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born August 05, 1825 in Georgia, and died 1863 in Civil War. He married LURINDA LARRINS.
Notes for JOHN R. REDWINE:
1860 Searcy County, Arkansas census Locust Grove Township
Dwelling 553-545
REDWINE, John 36 GA farmer
Lucinda 24 GA f
George 9/12 AR m
Child of JOHN REDWINE and LURINDA LARRINS is:
i. GEORGE6 REDWINE, b. 1859, Arkansas.

6. SAMUEL LETCHER5 REDWINE (DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born September 16, 1828 in Georgia, and died 1864 in Civil War. He married MARY ANN LESLIE, daughter of SAMUEL LESLIE and RUTH HARRIS.
Notes for SAMUEL LETCHER REDWINE:
1860 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
D-681-673
REDWINE, S. L. 32 GA farmer
Mary A. 22 TN f (maiden name Leslie)
Andrew J. 6 AR m
Daniel B. 1/12 AR m
The children of Samuel Letcher Redwine and Mary Ann Leslie are living with Mary Ann's father, Samuel Leslie age 60 born in KY farmer in the 1870 Searcy Co. census.
REDWINE, Andrew Johnson 15 AR m
Daniel Buchanan 13 AR m
Samuel L. 10 AR m
Children of SAMUEL REDWINE and MARY LESLIE are:
i. ANDREW JOHNSON "DOC"6 REDWINE, b. November 11, 1854, Arkansas; d. January 31, 1908, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Marshall Cemetery; m. MARY SUTTERFIELD.
Notes for ANDREW JOHNSON "DOC" REDWINE:
1880 Searcy County, Arkansas census Bear Creek Township
Dwelling 242
REDWINE, Johnson 25 AR GA TN Physician
Mary A. (Sutterfield) 19 AR TN TN wife
18. ii. DANIEL BUCHANAN REDWINE, b. January 17, 1857, Arkansas.
19. iii. SAMUEL LESLIE REDWINE, b. August 01, 1860, Arkansas; d. Texas.
7. SARAH PARKS5 REDWINE (DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born October 04, 1832 in Georgia, and died July 26, 1910 in Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Keykendall Cemetery. She married JOSEPH HURLEY January 23, 1849 in Summerville, Chattooga County, Georgia.
Notes for SARAH PARKS REDWINE:
1860 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 692-684
HURLEY, Joseph 32 NC farmer m
Sarah 29 GA f
Nancy 11 AL f
John 4 AR m
1870 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 4
HURLEY, Joseph 46 NC farmer
Sarah 38 GA
Nancy Ann20 AL
John Henry 13 AR
Robert 10 AR
Martha Jane 6 AR
Thomas 3 AR
Ben. J. 20 AL
Mrs. Ruby Lacy, who copied this census, states that Ben. J. was probably the son of Joseph's brother, Edmund Hurley, Jr.
1880 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 90
HURLEY, Joseph 56 NC NC NC farmer
Sarah 47 GA GA GA wife
Robert 19 AR NC GA son
Jane 16 AR NC GA dau
Thomas 13 AR NC GA son
Joseph 10 AR NC GA son
DAVIS, Marion 20 AR MO AL boarder farm labor
Dwelling 91
HURLEY, Henry 23 AR NC AL farm labor
Mary 22 AL AL AL wife
Catherine 4 AR AR AL dau
1900 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dweling 122-3
HURLEY, Joseph Sr. Sep 1823 age 76 mar. 51 yrs NC NC NC farmer
Sarah P. Oct 1831 age 68 mar. 51 yrs 8 ch - 5 living GA NC NC
Joseph D. Jan 1884 age 16 AR AR AL grandson farm labor
James D. Dec 1887 age 12 AR AR AL grandson farm labor
PRUETT, Sarah F. Jun 1879 age 22 AR AL AL grand daughter
1910 Searcy County, Arkansas Wiley's Cove township
Dwelling 82
HURLEY, Joseph age 86 mar once 61 yrs AL NC NC
Sarah B. age 78 mar once 61 yrs 8 ch - 4 living GA NC NC
BRADSHAW, Mary 64 AR TN KY servant



Children of SARAH REDWINE and JOSEPH HURLEY are:
20. i. NANCY ANN6 HURLEY, b. 1850, Alabama; d. Saline County, Arkansas buried in Hicks Cemetery.
21. ii. JOHN HENRY HURLEY, b. 1857, Arkansas.
22. iii. ROBERT H. HURLEY, b. October 1860, Arkansas; d. 1925.
iv. MARTHA JANE HURLEY, b. 1864, Arkansas.
23. v. THOMAS HURLEY, b. April 10, 1867, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. January 17, 1950, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Sulphur Springs Cemetery north of Leslie.
24. vi. JOSEPH HURLEY, b. March 1870, Arkansas.
8. WILLIAM POPE5 REDWINE (DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born April 23, 1837 in Georgia, and died May 14, 1908 in Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery. He married PARALEE AMERICA HATCHETT, daughter of PAGE HATCHETT and THANKFUL HARTZOG.
Notes for WILLIAM POPE REDWINE:
1870 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 25
REDWINE, William Pope 35 GA farmer
Paralee America (Hatchett) 33 GA
Daniel Page 12 AR m
George Hartzog 9 AR m
John Richerson 8 AR m
Elizabeth Thankful 6 AR f
James Harrison 3 AR m
William Lafayette 10/12 AR m
1880 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 38
REDWINE, Wm. 40 GA NC NC
Paralee 45 TN TN TN wife
Daniel 87 NC NC NC father
Page 21 AR GA TN son
George H. 20 AR GA TN son
John R. 17 AR GA TN son
Elizabeth T. 15 AR GA TN dau
James H. 12 AR GA TN son
William L. 10 AR GA TN son
Noah W. 8 AR GA TN son
Neal M. 6 AR GA TN son
Martha Francis 4 AR GA TN dau
Note: Benjamin Franklin age 4 was left off census.
William P. Redwine is living with his son, Cornelius M. in the 1900 Searcy County Census.

Children of WILLIAM REDWINE and PARALEE HATCHETT are:
i. NANCY SMITH6 REDWINE, b. September 04, 1857, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. February 01, 1860, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery.
25. ii. DANIEL PAGE REDWINE, b. July 18, 1859; d. November 05, 1925, El Campo, Texas.
iii. GEORGE HARTZOG REDWINE, b. 1861; m. BLANCHE LESLIE, July 03, 1889, Searcy County, Arkansas Book C page366.
iv. JOHN RICHARDSON REDWINE, b. January 28, 1862, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. September 18, 1890, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery.
26. v. ELIZABETH THANKFUL REDWINE, b. June 23, 1864, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. February 18, 1934, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Sulphur Springs Cemetery.
27. vi. JAMES HARRISON REDWINE, b. 1867.
vii. WILLIAM LAFAYETTE REDWINE, b. July 07, 1869; d. 1925.
28. viii. NOAH WEBSTER REDWINE, b. October 08, 1871; d. April 22, 1938, El Camp, Wharton County, Texas.
29. ix. CORNELIUS MAGAR "NEELY" REDWINE, b. February 04, 1874, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. December 16, 1970, Jacksonville, Pulaski County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery in Searcy Co..
x. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN REDWINE, b. July 17, 1876, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. September 08, 1876, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery.
xi. MARTHA FRANCIS REDWINE, b. July 17, 1876; d. July 15, 1948; m. SAMUEL T. WHITLOCK, December 25, 1895, Searcy County, Arkansas Book D page 593.


Generation No. 3
9. CHARLOTTE V.6 JARRETT (BELINDA5 REDWINE, DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born January 21, 1844 in Georgia, and died August 11, 1934. She married JAMES HENRY BRADSHAW.
Notes for CHARLOTTE V. JARRETT:
1870 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 86
BRADSHAW, JAmes 24 AR farmer
Charlotte 26 GA
Sarah J. 2 AR
John W. 1 AR
Thomas M. 1/12 AR born May
1880 Searcy county, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 44 (next door to brother, James JARRETT)
BRADSHAW, James Henry 34 AR TN TN blacksmith
Sharlot (Jarrett) 35 GA NC NC wife
Sarah J. 12 AR AR GA dau
John W. 11 AR AR GA son
Thomas M. 10 AR AR GA son
George 8 AR AR GA son
James 5 AR AR GA son
Lousey 4 AR AR GA dau
Amelia 1 AR AR GA dau

Children of CHARLOTTE JARRETT and JAMES BRADSHAW are:
i. SARAH J.7 BRADSHAW, b. 1868.
ii. JOHN W. BRADSHAW, b. 1869.
iii. THOMAS M. BRADSHAW, b. May 1870.
iv. GEORGE BRADSHAW, b. 1872.
v. JAMES BRADSHAW, b. 1875.
vi. LOUSEY BRADSHAW, b. 1876.
vii. AMELIA BRADSHAW, b. 1879.

10. JAMES MADISON6 JARRETT (BELINDA5 REDWINE, DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born December 03, 1846 in Georgia, and died April 08, 1915 in Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Leslie Cemetery. He married SOPHRONIA ELIZABETH SMITH.
Notes for JAMES MADISON JARRETT:
1880 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 45
JARRETT, James 34 GA NC NC blacksmith
Suffronia 34 GA AL AL wife
John 9 AR GA GA son
Allice 7 AR GA GA dau
Dixie 4 AR GA GA dau
Evens 2 AR GA GA son
1900 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 214-15
JARRETT, James M. Dec 1846 age 53 mar 32 yrs GA NC NC
Elizabeth I. July 1847 age 52 mar 32 yrs 6 children - 5 living GA GA GA wife
Dan E. July 1878 age 22 GA GA GA son
Geo. C. Aug 1881 age08? AR GA GA son
1910 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 88-9
JARRETT, JAmes M. 68 mar once 41 yrs GA NC NC farmer
Sophronia E. 62 mar once 41 yrs 6 ch-5 living GA GA GA wife
Daughter, Alice Jarrett Hollabaugh living in Dwelling 87-8; son Geo. Cleveland JARRETT living in Dwelling 90-1
Children of JAMES JARRETT and SOPHRONIA SMITH are:
i. JOHN7 JARRETT, b. 1871.
30. ii. ALLICE JARRETT, b. 1873.
31. iii. DIXIE JARRETT, b. 1876.
32. iv. DAN EVENS JARRETT, b. 1878.
33. v. GEORGE CLEVELAND JARRETT, b. August 1881.
11. AMANDA O.6 JARRETT (BELINDA5 REDWINE, DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born 1849 in Georgia, and died in Searcy County, Arkansas. She married EMANUEL DEAN.
Notes for AMANDA O. JARRETT:
1870 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove township
Dwelling 89
KESNER, Winney 45 at home TN
DEAN, Manuel 18 AR farm labor
Manda 21 GA keeping house
Rachel 49 MO at home
Martha 14 AR attending school
Boman T. 11 AR attending school male
Mary F. 8 AR
1880 Searcy County, Arkansas census Bear Creek Township
Dwelling 231
DEAN, Emanuel 28 AR IL TN
Mandy 30 AR GA GA
Shiply 10 AR AR AR son
James 8 AR AR AR son
Thomas 3 AR AR AR son
Allis 2 AR AR AR dau
Elizabeth 5/12 AR AR AR dau born Feb.
1900 Searcy County, Arkansas census St. Joe Township
Dwelling 117-8
DEAN, Manuel E. Nov 1859 age 40 mar 27 yrs AR AR AR farmer
Mandy A. Aug 1858 age 42 mar 27 yrs 4 ch - 4 living GA GA GA wife
Alice Jul 1875 age 24 widow 2 ch - 2 living AR AR GA
Willie May 1882 age 18 AR AR GA son
Emer O. May 1883 age 17 AR AR GA dau
Geo. Apr 1888 age 11 AR AR GA son
BUTCHER, Fountain Jan 1898 age 2 AR AR GA grandson
Odie Oct 1899 age 8 months AR AR GA grand dau
Children of AMANDA JARRETT and EMANUEL DEAN are:
i. SHIPLEY7 DEAN, b. 1870.
ii. JAMES DEAN, b. 1872.
iii. THOMAS DEAN, b. 1877.
34. iv. ALICE DEAN, b. 1878.
v. ELIZABETH DEAN, b. February 1880.
vi. WILLIE DEAN, b. May 1882.
vii. EMER O. DEAN, b. May 1883.
viii. GEORGE DEAN, b. April 1888.

12. WILLIAM POLK6 DANIEL (ELIZABETH ANN5 REDWINE, DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born October 25, 1838 in Chattooga County, Georgia, and died September 03, 1930 in Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Sulphur Springs Cemetery. He married LAVINA EVELINE HATCHETT, daughter of PAGE HATCHETT and THANKFUL HARTZOG.
Notes for WILLIAM POLK DANIEL:
Have found him listed as Poindexter, but tombstone entry from Mrs. Lacy's cemetery book has Polk.
1860 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 702-694
DANIEL, William 22 GA farmer
Lovina 19 TN
Sanford 3 AR
George 1 AR
1880 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 67
DANIEL, William 40 GA GA GA farmer
Viney 38 TN TN TN wife
George 20 AR GA TN son
Tennessee 13 AR GA TN dau
Samuel 12 AR GA TN son
Page 10 AR GA TN son
James 8 AR GA TN son
Elmer 5 AR GA TN son
Viney Evel 3 AR GA TN dau
Roxey 9/12 AR GA TN dau
1900 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 182-3
DANIELS, William P. Oct 1838 age 61 mar 44 yrs GA NC SC
Lavinia E. Nov 1840 age 59 mar 44 yrs 11 ch - 8 living TN TN TN
Lavinia E. Aug 1877 age 22 AR GA TN dau
May R. Sep 1879 age 20 AR GA TN dau
Daisy Jul 1883 age 15 AR GA TN dau
PRUETT, Daniel Aug 1881 age 18 AR AL AL boarder farm laborer
1910 Searcy County, Arkansas census Wiley's Cove Township
Dwelling 223-5
DANIEL, William P. 71 mar once 53 yrs GA NC SC own income
Louvina E. 69 mar once 53 yrs ? ? TN TN TN
Children of WILLIAM DANIEL and LAVINA HATCHETT are:
i. SANFORD MARION7 DANIEL, b. April 06, 1858; d. September 08, 1864.
35. ii. GEORGE W. DANIEL, b. October 30, 1859; d. September 01, 1919.
iii. WILLIAM P. DANIEL, b. June 25, 1862; d. September 22, 1864.
36. iv. TENNESSEE E. "BETSEY" DANIEL, b. September 25, 1865; d. December 19, 1949, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Sulphur Springs Cemetery.
37. v. SAMUEL GREEN DANIEL, b. November 02, 1867, Sedalia, Pettis County, Missouri; d. October 01, 1958, Marshall, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Marshall Cemetery.
vi. HENRY PAGE DANIEL, b. January 02, 1870, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. June 19, 1915, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Sulphur Springs Cemetery; m. VIOLA GIFFORD.
Notes for HENRY PAGE DANIEL:
Marshall Mountain Wave, Friday, June 25, 1915
H. Page Daniel departed this life Saturday, June 19, 1915, after a lingering illness extending over a period of about ten years, He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Daniel of Leslie, Ark., and a brother of our townsman Dr. Sam. G. Daniel. He was reared in this county until 17 years of age, since which time he has resided in the extreme western states, having spent the past seven years at Los Angeles, in southern California, in the hope of benefitting his health. About two months ago he returned to Ark., going to Hot Springs for a course of treatment. This failing to benefit his health, he returned to Leslie and was with his parents and other relatives at the time of his death.
Deceased was 45 years of age. He leaves his wife, who had been with him through all his illness and was with him at the time of his death.
The burial took place in the Sulphur Springs Cemetery in Wiley's Cove, Monday, under the auspices of Leslie Camp Woodmen of the World, in the presence of a concourse of relataives and friends numbering several hundred.
Besides his parents, wife and brother, Dr. Daniel, of this place, deceased leaves two other brothers, Dr. J. H. Daniel of Merrino, Col., and George Daniel, post office inspector of St. Louis, and four sisters, Mrs. T. E. Rogers, Mrs. U. S. Cummings and Mrs. D. T. Cotton, of Leslie and Mrs. C. W. Cooper of Little Rock.
38. vii. JAMES HARRISON DANIEL, b. June 02, 1872.
viii. ELMER E. DANIEL, b. February 08, 1875; d. August 02, 1898.
39. ix. LAVINA EVELINE "BANTY" DANIEL, b. August 28, 1877; d. February 10, 1966, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Sulphur Springs Cemetery.
40. x. ROXIE MAE DANIEL, b. September 02, 1879, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. December 28, 1969.
41. xi. DAISY B. DANIEL, b. July 16, 1883; d. January 01, 1968, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas buried in Sulphur Springs Cem at Leslie.
13. SARAH R. P.6 DANIEL (ELIZABETH ANN5 REDWINE, DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born 1846 in Georgia. She married REASON P. PATTERSON March 08, 1885 in Searcy County, Arkansas Book B page 330.
Notes for SARAH R. P. DANIEL:
1900 Searcy County, Arkansas census Bear Creek Township
PATTERSON, Reason P. Feb 1857 age 43 mar 14 yrs TN NC NC farmer
(Daniels) Sarah P. Aug 1847 age 52 mar 14 yrs 2 ch - 2 living GA SC NC
Wm. G. B. Dec 1885 age 14 AR TN GA son farm laborer
Daniel J. Aug 1888 age 11 AR TN GA son farm laborer
1910 Searcy County, Arkansas census Maumee Township
Dwelling 225-7
PATTERSON, Reason P. 60 mar twice 34 yrs TN TN TN farmer
(Daniels), Sarah K. 60 mar once 34 yrs 2 ch - 2 living GA SC SC

Children of SARAH DANIEL and REASON PATTERSON are:
i. WILLIAM G. B.7 PATTERSON, b. December 1885.
42. ii. DANIEL J. PATTERSON, b. August 1888.
14. JOHN R.6 DANIEL (ELIZABETH ANN5 REDWINE, DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born 1847 in Georgia. He married LOUISA C. WEAVER.
Notes for JOHN R. DANIEL:
1870 Searcy County, Arkansas census Bear Creek Township
Dwelling 85
HEFLIN, William 66 farmer NC
Isabell 58 TN
MORRIS, Emmaline 28 TN
William L. 11 AR
HEFLIN, Miles 25 TN idiotic
DENIEL, John R. 22 GA farmer
Louiza C. 24 keeping house TN
1880 Searcy County, Arkansas census Richland Township
Dwelling 233-35
DANIELS, John R. 32 AR LA LA
Louisa 33 TN TN TN wife
Pinkney M. 8 AR GA TN son
William S. 6 AR GA TN son
Lonzo O. 5 AR GA TN son
Sanford M. 3 AR GA TN son


Children of JOHN DANIEL and LOUISA WEAVER are:
43. i. PINKNEY MONROE7 DANIEL, b. February 07, 1870, Arkansas; d. June 15, 1954, Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Kimbrell Cemetery.
ii. WILLIAM S. DANIEL, b. 1874.
iii. LONZO O. DANIEL, b. 1875.
Notes for LONZO O. DANIEL:
He could be Lonnie D. Daniel who married Eva Sharp in 1898. Age is off a little.
iv. SANFORD M. DANIEL, b. 1877.

15. SUSAN O.6 DANIEL (ELIZABETH ANN5 REDWINE, DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born May 02, 1856 in Arkansas, and died January 02, 1942 in Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Bear Creek Cemetery. She married HENRY M. BLAIR.
Notes for SUSAN O. DANIEL:
1880 Searcy County, Arkansas census Sulphur Spring Township
Dwelling 5-6
BLAIR, Henry M. 24 AR TN TN
Susaner O. 24 AR TN TN wife
Mary F. 2 AR AR AR dau
Martha A. 7/12 AR AR AR dau born Oct.
1900 Searcy County, Arkansas census Sulphur Springs Township
Dwelling 175
BLAIR, Susan O. 44 AR NC SC conducting a farm
Sanford R. 18 AR AR AR son farmer
Grover C. 15 AR AR AR son farmer
Verazinnie R. 13 AR AR AR son farmer
Sarah M. 11 AR AR AR dau
Nora P. 7 AR AR AR dau
Thomas K. 4 AR AR AR son
All the other info usually found in a 1900 census entry was missing on this one.
Children of SUSAN DANIEL and HENRY BLAIR are:
i. MARY F.7 BLAIR, b. 1878.
ii. MARTHA A. BLAIR, b. October 1879.
iii. SANFORD R. BLAIR, b. 1882.
iv. GROVER C. BLAIR, b. 1885.
v. VERAZINNIE R. BLAIR, b. 1887.
vi. SARAH M. BLAIR, b. 1889.
vii. NORA P. BLAIR, b. 1893.
viii. THOMAS K. BLAIR, b. 1896.

16. SAMUEL L.6 DANIEL (ELIZABETH ANN5 REDWINE, DANIEL L.4, MICHAEL3 REDWILE, JOHANN MICHAEL2, JOHANN LUDWIG (LEWIS)1 RIETHWEIL) was born April 17, 1857 in Arkansas, and died June 29, 1929 in Searcy County, Arkansas buried in Dongola Cemetery. He married JULIA MELISSA ELLIOTT March 12, 1882 in Searcy County, Arkansas Book B apge 92.
Notes for SAMUEL L. DANIEL:
1900 Searcy County, Arkansas census Spring Township
Dwelling 34
DANIELS, Samuel L. Apr 1858 age 42 mar 17 years AR GA GA farmer
Julia M. Jul 1864 age 35 mar 17 yrs 9 chi 9 living TN TN TN
Mirtie G. Mar 1884 age 16 AR AR TN dau
William Aug 1885 age 14 AR AR TN son farm laborer
James O. Mar 1886 age 14 AR AR TN son
Arrela Oct 1887 age 12 AR AR TN dau
Vina E. Jul 1888 age 11 AR AR TN dau
Sarah E. Mar 1890 age 10 AR AR TN dau
Ester Dec 1891 age 8 AR AR TN dau
Nura Sep 1893 age 6 AR AR TN dau
Frank Nov 1895 age 4 AR AR TN son
1910 Searcy County, Arkansas census Spring Township
Dwelling 60-2
DANIEL, Samuel L. age 50 mar once 25 yrs AR GA GA farmer
(Elliot), Julia M. 42 mar once 25 yrs 13 ch 10 living TN TN TN
Sister 23 AR AR TN dau
Vina E. 21 AR AR TN dau
Ethel 19 AR AR TN dau
Esther 17 AR AR TN dau
Daisy 15 AR AR TN dau
Farnk 15 AR AR TN son
Claud ? AR AR TN son
GRIFFIN, Wade ? ? ? ? boarder
? , Ira? ? ? ? ? boarder



Children of SAMUEL DANIEL and JULIA ELLIOTT are:
i. MIRTIE G.7 DANIEL, b. March 1884.
ii. WILLIAM DANIEL, b. August 1885.
iii. JAMES O. DANIEL, b. March 1886.
iv. ARRELA "SISTER" DANIEL, b. October 1887; m. ED ROWLETT, December 22, 1910, Searcy County, Arkansas Book I page 435 by J. H. Whisenant, JP.
v. VINA E. DANIEL, b. July 1888; m. W. S. SMITHSON, November 24, 1910, Searcy County, Arkansas Book I page 420 byA. G. Lelsie, JP.
vi. SARAH
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Mr. Mullins,
My husband, C. L. Boyd, is a descendant of William Travis Redwine from Randolph County, Arkansas.

Recently I was asked to do research on a Thomas family from Searcy County, Arkansas. While doing this I came across one of the family members of Daniel L. Redwine, who married Susanah Miller. Most of this family settled in Searcy Co.AR.

C. L. has not done research on this family for a number of years, because he said so many of the same names in the early family were too confusing. So I decided to see what I could find on them online. I want to thank you for all the documentation you have placed on line. It has cleared up many of the families for us.

We corresponded with and have talked to Mrs. Ruby Lacy of Ashland, Oregon over the years and have exchanged data with her. She was also from this Redwine family. Right now I cannot tell exactly how, would have to look in our correspondence.

We also have the book done by Martha Redwine Nelson on the family of John Redwine and Sarah (Steiner, Schriner or Shiver)-never have found documentation on this last name.

Mrs. Nelson sent us a copy of the family bible record for Daniel Redwine and his wife, Nancy Hancock title page dated 1852. Also included are two plain sheets with information on the family of Michael Redwile and Christiana, his wife. and Michael Redwine and Susannah his wife. She also sent a copy of the Michael Redwile and Christiana bible record dated 1769. I understand that this bible was once brought to the Redwine family reunion in Georgia.

I have also done research in Searcy County on the family of Daniel and Nancy Redwine. Would you like to have this information?

Sincerely,

Lina and C. L. Boyd
P. O. Box 222
Dover, Arkansas 72837 

Family

Barbara Binder b. c 1649
Children

Reference5936

Citations

  1. [S38] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 28 Jul 1998.
  2. [S39] Letter, Tex Dick to Ken Mullins, 6 June 1998, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
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