, as a widower with a child, Anna Neuman
on 8 November 1718.1
He married thirdly
, Maria Reinwald
on 26 July 1729.1
He lived in Berthelsdorf, Saxony.2
He and Maria Reinwald
immigrated in 1734 to Pennsylvania.3
He left a will on 5 September 1737 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1
The transcript of the Will read:
Statement of the Distribution of Inheritance between his wife and daughter that may be left after the decease of George Anders.
Inasmuch as the human family is at all times subject to death and it is never known how near death is, George Anders in view and consideration of the same desirs to have recorded in writing what his will and desire is concerning what his wife and daughter shall do respecting things left at his death.
Conformable to this it is his will that his wife shall take as her own in advance
1. the beds, 2. a chest, 3. a small chest with a lock, 4. the books, 5. two hackles, 6. commode (Lendenschemel?), 7. pewter vessel, 8. a small basket, 9. a candlestick and plate, 10. an iron hammer and clamp, 11. sheep shears.
The daughter is to receive in advance another small chest.
Excepting these it is his will that all household goods and instruments of whatever nature left after his decease including the remaining money shall be equally divided share and share alike between his wife and daughter without discrimation.
Considered and agreed to by them in the presence of them the subscribing witnesses who have herewith subscribed their names.
Germantown George Anders
1737, Sept. 5 Maria Andersin, his wife
Melchior Meschter, his son-in-law
He died on 6 August 1738.1
He was also reported to have died incorrectly on 4 August 1738.4