was born at Germany
in 1714. He married Catharina (?)
. Jurig Martin Lohmuller and George Philip Dellinger
immigrated on 5 September 1738 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania
; According to "Eighteen Century Emigrants", page 92 and "Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania" by Rupp, Jurig M. Lohmuller and George Philip Dellinger arrived on the "Winter Galley" at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 5 Sept. 1738. In Strassburger & Hinkle's "Pennsylvania German Pioneers" George is listed as Jurg Phipip Follinger, age 20 and being aboard the "Winter Galley". Jurig is said to be a 24 years old Palatine. Frank Crone's book "The Crone and Allied Families", page 116, indicates that George Philipp Dellinger (Dollinger) arrived 5 September 1738 on the ship "Winter Galley." The "Winter Galley" left Europe from Rotterdam, Holland.
He purchased land on 23 June 1743 at Shenandoah Co., Virginia
. He petitioned the court to become a citizen at Frederick Co., Virginia
, on 5 May 1747. Jurig Martin Lohmuller was election on 24 July 1758; In 1758 George Lockmiller is reported to have voted for George Washington when Washington was a candidate for the House of Burgesses. He left a will on 23 October 1788 at Shenandoah Co., Virginia
; The Will of Jurig Martin Loughmiller reads as follows:
"In the name of God aman this twenty third day of October in the year of your Lord God one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight, I George Loghmiller gentleman of this commonwealth of the county of Shenandoah and state of Virginia being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto god...First I give and bequeath to Catharina my dearly beloved wife...
... I likewise constitute make and ordain John Blye my only and sole executor of this my last will and testament...my well beloved son Jacob Loghmiller all my lands messuages and tenements by him freely to be possed (possessed) and enujoyed with paying one hundred pounds current money of Virginia to be paid to all seven children four sons and three daughters each of them to receive and equal part to be paid in the following manner and for me here after will mention excepting my son George Loghiller has now received seven pounds it being part of his legacie. The first payment to be paid to my son John the half of his part to be paid at the end of two years after my death and the other half in one year after. Further the next payment to be paid to my daughter, Barbra. The half in four years after my death and the other half in a year after that and so on every year. The half of one payment stile the next oldist til they are all paid.
And I do hereby utterly disallow and revoke and disannul all and every other former testaments wills and legacies bequests and executors by me in any way before this time names willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and no other to by my last will and testament in witness where of I have here unto set my hand and seal. The day and year above written.
George (his mark) Loghmiller
His mark looks like a crude G, a capital M, in which the leg of the M also being used for the upper part of the L.
Signed sealed published pronounced and declared by the said George Loghmiller as his last will and testament in the presence of us the subscribers.
Jacob Bly, Catharina Loghmiller, Peter Hurbough. Jurig died on 24 December 1788 at Shenandoah Co., Virginia
. Jurig's will was probated at Shenandoah Co., Virginia
, on 25 December 1788.