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A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY 



KoLB, KiiLP OR CuLP Family 



AND ITS BRANCHES IN AMERICA 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THEIR DESCENDANTS FROM 

THE EARLIEST AVAILABLE RECORDS FROM 1707 

TO THE PRESENT TIME, INCLUDING 

DIELMAN KOLB IN GERMANY 
WJTH PORTRAITS AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS 



DANIEL KOLB CASSEL 

OF GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 



NOKKISTOVVN, Pa. : 

MORGAN R. WILLS, Publisher 

1S9.J 



THE NEW YORK 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

378014 

ASTOR, LENOX AND 
TILDEN roM-oATlONS. 

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; C;0PYRIGHT,.1K95, 

BV;l)ANIELi KOi'b CASSEL, 

i' -^7 GERMftN-JOWN, PA. 




MENNONITE MEETING HOUSE IN C.ERMANTC )\VN. 



DP:ni GATED 

TO THE 

MEMORY OF THE DESCENDANTS 

OF 

DIELMAN KOLB 

BY 

DANIEL K. CASSEL 

OF GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA. 



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NTRODUCTION. 



The history of the Kolb family in America has hitherto 
been unpreserved save by personal recollection transmitted 
from generation to generation and by such information as may 
be found in family Bibles, church archives, public records, etc., 
and was fast being lost to the world. The want of some ac- 
curate, complete, enduring record of this old and numerous 
stock has, therefore, long been felt and the undersigned, 
among other descendants of the blood, finally suggested the 
compilation and publication of a formal history of the family. 
The collection of the information it was at once apparent 
would prove a gigantic undertaking and ought to be placed 
in the hands of one peculiarly fitted for that kind of work. 
As a person thus fitted it was decided to give the matter under 
the care of Mr. Samuel K. Cassel, of Blooming Glen, Bucks 
county, Pa., now deceased. After his health was failing he 
handed all papers and books over to the author to complete 
it, who kindly consented. The work was at once taken up 
again. Descendants were hunted up, grandfathers and grand- 
mothers interviewed, family Bibles and old documents rum- 
maged, public records searched, hundreds of letters written, 
years of labor bestowed ; and at last the information attainable 
is about all attained, the work goes to press, and to-day we 
present to posterity and to the world the fruit of our labors. 
We present the history of a family whose settlement in this 
country dates way back beyond the Revolution, even to the 
year 1707, whose descendants have spread not only over 
every section of this broad land, but over Canada as well, and 
whose number has already grown into thousands. We pre- 
sent the history of a plain, sturdy, country folk ; of an indus- 



KULP FAMILY. 



trious, thrifty, upright, Christian people. We present the his- 
tory of an ancestry whereof we are justly proud and whom 
we ever delight to honor. We present the history of a people 
whose memory posterity may cherish to endless day and 
whose virtues the world may well emulate. Up to the present 
generation the family produced but few professional men. It 
was a people of peace and quiet. It was a line of unassuming, 
conscientious sons of toil. Most of them were farmers ; a 
few of them adopted some other manual pursuits. But the 
generation of to-day is not confined to the workshop and the 
farm. It graces every walk in life. It is represented in every 
profession. It has won high honors among men. It has made 
its mark in business, in the school-room, in journalism, in 
medicine, at the bar, in the army, on the platform and in the 
pulpit. God speed the new departure. May the Kolb de- 
scendants freely enter the pursuit for which their tastes and 
capabilities may fit them ; may they keep pace with the car of 
progress ; may they aspire to every thing that is worthy and 
honorable ; but may they never forsake the virtues of the 
fathers and bring shame upon an honored name. May they 
so live that the very name shall be a passport to respect, con- 
fidence, preferment. Every man every hour of his life, whether 
consciously or unconsciously, is making hi.story, and that 
history either is to his credit or it is not. May the Kulp pos- 
terity ever bear this truth in their hearts and so live that the 
history of the future shall be to them an honor and a blessing. 
Hoping all honor will be given to the Lord, the genealogy 
is now respectfully submitted to the public. 

DANIEL KOLB CASSEL. 

Germanto~i)n, Philadelphia, Pa., iSgj. 



PREFACE. 

The object of the following genealogy is to preserve 
from oblivion the more remote history of the pioneer ances- 
tors of the Kolb family, and to place upon record the names 
and biographies of their descendants, from father to son, down 
to the present time and generation. For many years the 
author of this work felt a desire to know more about his an- 
cestry, and the particulars connected with his progenitors and 
their descendants than the meager legends and traditions 
related to him by individual members of his own family. 

Consequently during the last few years he collected such 
facts and data as were accessible. It was the original inten- 
tion to prepare a history of his own branch of the family only, 
but having been deeply interested in the work himself, he 
also naturally awakened a like interest in individuals of the 
other branches ; it was then decided to make the history a 
general one by collecting and introducing all facts that could 
be so arranged without making the work too expensive and 
voluminous. The actual work, however, of compiling this 
history was not begun until about A. D. 1879. The task, an 
arduous one, was undertaken none too soon. 

It should have been begun years ago, while there were 
yet living those of the third generation, who could have given 
more satisfactory information of the early ancestors that would 
be of great interest and value to the work, but which with 
their demise is forever lest. Already the ancestral thread was 
lost to many who were unable to trace their lineage farther 
than to the grandfather or were totally unaware of the fact 
that they were in any way connected with the Kolb family. 

Had the author been aware of the gigantic proportions 
the work would assume in tracing the branches and where- 



8 KULP FAMILY. 

abouts of many of the descendants and collecting the neces- 
sary information it is more than probable the work would 
never have been undertaken. It is to be regretted that the 
records are not more complete in many of the branches. 
Owing to a lack of interest in the matter some, for reasons 
best known to themselves, failed to respond to inquiries for 
information concerning their respective families, thereby caus- 
ing these defects. 

The work has been prepared at a greater sacrifice of time 
than was anticipated. Had all promptly responded to com- 
munications the work would have been far easier. The writer 
is far from satisfied with the result of the work. He is aware 
that imperfections exist, but pleads in extenuation of the fact 
that the difficulties were insurmountable. 

The author acknowledges himself indebted to the many 
friends for kind favors received during the compilation of this 
work, and while we express our sincere gratitude to all who 
in any way aided us we especially acknowledge our indebted- 
ness to those who have very materially aided us. They are 
as follows : George Brubaker Kulp, attorney-at-law, Wilkes- 
barre, Luzerne county, Pa. ; Samuel K. Cassel, of Blooming 
Glen ; Catharine Kolb, of Lucon (now 91 years old), especially 
for valuable information which could not have been obtained 
through any other source; also Jonathan Kolb, of Chester 
county, and Jacob Kolb, Canada ; John Kulp and Abraham 
Kulp, of Kulpsville, and many others ; also from an old family 
record of the De Vossen family. With these remarks let the 
work go forth into the world. Hoping all honor will be given 
to the Lord the genealogy is now respectfully submitted to 

the public. 

DANIEL KOLB CASSEL. 

Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa., iSgj. 



EXPLANATIONS. 



1. The arrangement of this work is selected from the 
best arranged family records found in the Pennsylvania His- 
torical Society among about six hundred copies and is ap- 
proved by many historians. 

2. The volume commences with an introduction and all 
necessary preliminary matter. 

3. Genealogy commences with Dielman Kolb, of Wolfs- 
heim, Baden, Germany, and the genealogical numbering be- 
gins with him as No. i, his children in America No. 2, &c. 

4. The reader will find three columns of figures in front 
of each family name ; the first designates the generation, the 
second is a continuous or individual number running through 
the entire work, designating each name by its particular num- 
ber, for reference. 

5. The third or last column gives the number of chil- 
dren in each family. 

6. The name of the head of each family is in capital 
letters and followed by the whole line of descent. 

7. The names of the children are given in italics. 

8. The small figures found over particular names denote 
the generation. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



b. 


born. 




m. 


married. 




d. 


died or dead. 




issue. 


children born. 




occ. 


occupation. 




?. 


query. 




res. 


residence or resi 


ide, 


CO. 


county. 




Jan. 


January. 




Feb. 


February. 




Mar. 


March. 




Apr. 


April. 




Aug. 


August. 




Sept. 


September. 




Oct. 


October. 




Nov. 


November. 




Dec. 


December. 





KULP FAMILY. 



1. Jan de Voss married Prientje Batten (four children) ; 
he was a Burgomaster at Handshootcn, in Flandern, about 
1550; his fourth son, Peter, is the following: 

2. Peter de Voss married Jannicke Van der Mers ; their 
first child was Peter de Voss the second, born August 23, 
1622, at Colchester (first date we have). Shortly after their 
marriage they had to flee on account of his religion to Col- 
chester, England, where he, with his wife, left Popedom and 
joined the Reformed church, and had born unto them three 
children. 

After living at Colchester for some time with his wife 
and three children, who were born there, he moved to Am- 
sterdam, Holland, where he, with his wife, connected them- 
selves with the Mennonite church, and three more children 
were born unto them. 

The De Voss family is intermarried with the Van der 
Smisson and the Roosen families. Sara de Voss, born 1629, 
married Pieter Van Sintern in 1655 ; had seven children. 
The fifth child was Isaac Van Sintern, born September 4, 
1660; was married at Amsterdam to Neeltje Classen; they 
left Hamburg, Altona, in 1707, for Pennsylvania, with their 
four daughters, Magdalena, Sara, Adriana and Neeltje, and 
settled at Germantown, where the oldest daughter, Magda- 
lena, married Martin Kolb in 1709, and Sara, the second 
daughter, married Jacob Kolb in 17 10; later they moved to 
Skippack, and are buried at the Lower Skippack Mennonite 
meeting-house. 

Magdalena, the widow of Martin Kolb, under date of 
October 28, 1771, from Skippack (then Bebberstown), in the 
GrafscJiaft, of Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania, gave a record to 



12 KULP FAMILY. 

the genealogist at Altona, which he received under seal 
through Hendrick Roosen, the 20th day of June, 1772; it 
was dated ■ March 2d, 1772, giving the descendants of the 
family to be 202 souls. Author. 



PETER SCHUMACHER, SR. 

The Francis and Dorothy, from London, Richard Bridge- 
man, commander, arrived in Philadelphia P2ighth-month, 14, 
1685 (old style). 

Among the Passengers were Peter Schumacher and 
Peter, his son ; Mary, his daughter; and Sarah, his cosen ; 
and Frances and Gertrude, his daughters. 

Thos. Shoemaker. 

Judge Pennypacker, in Pennsylvania Magazine, Vol. 4, 
page 22, says : 

" Besides his son, Peter Jr., and his three daughters, 
Mary, Frances and Gertrude, who accompanied him over, he 
had two others. The fifth child, a daughter, married Dielman 
Kolb. She died in 1705, aged 53 years, and is buried at. 
Wolfsheim in the Palatinate, never having emigrated." 

The sixth child of Peter Schumacher, a daughter, married 
Reynier Hermans Van Burklow, who in 1704 removed to 
Bohemia Manor, Cecil county, Maryland. 

Frances, the second daughter, married Isaac Jacobs, 
Fifth-month, 28, 1690. — Abington Meeting Records. 

What became of the two remaining daughters is not 
known. This only leaves his son, Peter, to account for. The 
Abington Meeting records furnish the following : 

Whereas, Peter Schoemaker, Jr., and Margaret Op de 
Graeff, both of Germantown in ye county of Philadelphia, 
having proceeded according to the good order used amongst 
Friends in declaring their intentions of marriage, did upon the 
sixth day of the Second-month, 1697, at the publique meet- 
ing house of Friends in Germantown, accomplish their mar- 
riage, many friends being present as witnesses. Some of 
which are under-written : 



KULP FAMILY. I 3 

Peter Shewmaker, Sr. Jacob Shewmaker. 

Herman Op de Graeff. Isaac Prise. 

J. Jack Jacobus. Aret Klenken. 

Peter Clever (mark x). Francis Daniel Pastorius. 

George Shewmaker. Johannes Custis. 

Tho. Tustin. and many others. 

Peter Schumacher was a Mennonite, While living in Ger- 
mantown he connected himself with the Society of Friends. 
He emigrated from Kriesheim (then written Krigsheim) a 
small village in the Palatinate (Pfaltz). 

By an agreement made with Dirk Sipman, of Crefeld, 
dated August i6, 1685, he was to proceed with the first good 
winds to Pennsylvania, and there receive 200 acres from Her- 
man Op den Graeff, on which he should erect a dwelling, and 
for which he should pay a rent of two rix (dollars) a year. 
The deed for the said 200 acres, from Sipman to Peter Schu- 
macher, is written in the Dutch or Holland language, and is 
recorded in the Germantown book called the Terrier, and is 
in the Recorder's office in Philadelphia. 

Peter Schumacher had as far as known the following 
children, viz : 

1 Peter Schumacher, m. Margaret Op de Graeff 

2 Mary Schumacher. 

3 Frances Schumacher, m. Isaac Jacobs. 

4 Gertrude Schumacher. 

5 A daughter, m. Dielman Kolb, b. 1648, d. 1712, 

aged 64 years, and is buried at Manheim in 
the Palatinate, where he resided. His wife 
was born 1652, d. 1705, aged 53 years, and is 
buried at Wolfsheim, in the Palatinate. Their 
children were : Peter, Ann, Martin, Jacob, 
Henry, Dielman and Johannes. The first 
two died in Europe, and all the rest came to 
America, as will be seen in the following 
genealogy. 
6" Daughter, m. Reynier Herman Van Bucklow. 



14 KULP FAMILY. 

The following document is in possession of Abraham H. 
Cassel, at Harleysville, and as far as known the only copy in 
America. — Author. 

COPIA NATURALISATIONIS. 

Peter Keyser and Dirck Keyser, 
Francis Daniel Pastorius. 
And of sixty-one persons more. 

German Town. 

FROM 

William Penn, Esq. 
Dated 7th May, A. D., 1691. 

William Penn, Proprietary of the Province of Pensilvania, 
&c. By the King and Queen's authority. To all to whom 
these Presents shall come. Sends greeting, &c. Whereas, 
Francis Daniel Pastorius, Jacob Telner, Dirick Isaacs Op de 
Graef, Herman Isaacs Op de Graet, Tennis Conderts, Abraham 
Isaacs Op de Graef, Jacob Isaacs, Johannes Cassels, Hewart 
Papen, Herman Bon, Albertus Brandt, Jacob Schumacher, 
Wolter Simens, Dirick Keyser, Arnold Cassel, Dirick Keyser, 
Jr., Jan Lensen, Jan Duplouvys, Peter Schumacher, Peter 
Schumacher, Jr., Isaac Dilbeeck, Jan Doeden, Abraham Ten- 
nis, Willm Rittenghuysen, Claes Rittinghuysen, Johannes 
Custers, Henrich Buchholts, Isaac Jacobs, Matthis Jacobs, 
Wiggerd Levering, Isaac Schoffer, Clas Tamsen, Hans Milan, 
Dirick Sellen, Hendrick Sellen, Paul Wolff, Lenart Arens, 
Arent Klincken, Paul Kastner, Willem Streipers, Koendradt 
Backer, Viet Scherkes, Hans Peter Umstad, Anthony Dup- 
louvys, Heinrich Kesselberg, Reinert Tissen, Jan Lucken, 
Peter Klever, Heinrich Frey, Hans Andreas Kramer, Jurgen 
Schumacher, Isack Schumacher, Peter Kurlis, Gerhard Lever- 
ing, Johannes Bleikers, Herman Op de Trap, Dirick Op de 
Kolck, Cornells Siverts, Reinier Hermans, Anthony Loof, 
Andrees Souplis, Jan Williams, high and Low Germans, Inhab- 
itants and owners of land in German Town and in the County 



KULP FAMILY. I 5 

of Philadelphia, being foreigners, and so not freemen, accord- 
ing to the acceptation of the law of England, have requested 
to be made freeman of the said Province, pursuant to the 
Powers granted by the King's Letters patent and Act of Union 
and Naturalization, &c., made in this government. 

Now, Know Ye, that for the further Incouragement of the 
Industry and Sobriety of the said Inhabitants and for the better 
and further Security of their Estates, real and personal, to them 
and their heirs. They, the said Inhabitants, having Solemnly 
promised upon Record in the County Court of Philadelphia, 
aforesaid, faith and Allegiance to William and Mary, King and 
Queen of England, &c., and fidelity and lawful Obedience to 
me, according to the King's Letters patents, aforesaid, I do 
declare, and by these presents Confirm them the said Inhab- 
itants before named, to be Freemen of this government, and 
that they shall be accordingly held and reputed in as full and 
ample manner as any person or persons residing therein. And 
that they, the said Freemen, have liberty and freedom hereby 
to trade and traffick in this Colony or in any of the King's 
Dominions and Plantations, as other good subjects may law- 
fully do without any manner of Lett, Hinderance or Molesta- 
tion Whatsoever. 

Witness : Thomas LLoyd, Deputy Govern'r of the 
Province of Pensilvania, &c., given at Philadelphia, aforesaid, 
with the assent of the Provincial Council, the Seventh day of 
the third-month, Anno Domi, 1691, and in the third year of 
the reign of King William and Queen Mary over England, &c. 



(On outside of paper.) 

N. B. EX LIBRIS. 

Christiani Lehman. 

To be laid by for my Children. 

Dat'd Philada., 

August 23d, 1771. 



1 6 KULP FAMILY. 

Recorded in the Rolls' Office, at Philadelphia, the thir- 
tieth Day of the third-month, 1691. 
Patent Book A, folio 275. 

Exq Da : LLoyd Deputy. 

The original was written by Francis Daniel Pastorius. 



DIELMAN KOLB. 
History of the Kolb family beginning with 

ludiviilual Family 

T' 7' T DIELMAN KOLB, of Wolfsheim, in Baden, 

Germany. He was born about 1648, and 
did in 17 12 or 171 3, aged 64 years, and 
is buried. at Manheim. He married the 
fifth child, a daughter of Peter Schu- 
macher, who afterwards came to Ger- 
mantown in 1685, and died in 1707, aged 
85 years. He was a Mennonite, but 
later united with the Friends. He is the 
first person definitely ascertained to have 
come from Kriesheim, (Says S. W. 
Pennypacker.) He bought 200 acres of 
land from Herman Op den Graeff The 
agreement is dated Aug. 16, 1685. 
The deed is written in the Dutch or Hol- 
land language and recorded in the Ger- 
mantown book. The wife of Dielman 
Kolb died in 1705, aged 53 years, 
and is buried at Wolfsheim, in the Pala- 
tinate. Their children were Peter, Ann, 
Martin, Jacob, Henry, Dielman and Jo- 
hannes. 



KULP FAMILY. ' IJ 

CHILDREN OF No. i. 
DIELMAN KOLB'. 

luilividual Family 

No. No. 

2 I Peter Kolb, b. 1671; d. 1727; buried at 

Manheim, in the Palatinate, aged 56 
years, 8 months. He was a Mennonite 
minister. 

3 2 Ann Kolb, b. 1676; d. Feb. 26, 1738, at 

Wolfsheim ; m. Balthaser Kolb. Never 
came to America. 

4 3 ]\Iarti)i Kolb,h. 1680. Came to America and 

settled at Germantown in 1707. Married 
Magdalena, daughter of Isaac Van Sin- 
tern and Neeltje Claasen, and great- 
great-grand-daughter of Jan dc Voss, 
Burgomaster in Flanders, in 1550. Mar- 
tin Kolb moved to Skippack in 1709, and 
was ordained to the ministryTin the Men- 
nonite Church and served at German- 
town, and at Skippack as soon as an or- 
ganization was established there. His sig- 
nature also appears on the deed of the 
Mennonite Church at Germantown as a 
witness. He was one of the first trustees, 
with others, who held the property of 
the Mennonite Church at the Skippack 
in trust for many years. He died in 
1 76 1. Their children were Magdalena, 
Neltgen, Hannah, Sarah, Dielman, Isaac, 
Maria. 

5 4 Jacob KoIb,h. May 21, 1685 ; came to America 

in 1 707 and settled at Germantown ; was 
m. to Sarah Van Sintern (sister to Mag- 
dalena, Martin's wife) in the year 17 10, 



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KULP FAMILY. 

May 2d, in the old log Mennonite 
Church, at Germantown, in presence of 
the full congregation. Dirk Keyser 
officiating. 

An obituary notice of him says : " On 
the 4th instant, October, 1739, Jacob 
Kolb, of Skippack. As he was pressing 
cider the beam of the press fell on one 
side of his head and shoulder and 
wounded him so that he languished 
about half an hour and then died, to the 
exceeding grief of his relatives and family, 
who are numerous, and concern of his 
friends and neighbors, among whom he 
lived many years in great esteem." Aged 
54 years. He was also a trustee, in con- 
nection v\ith his brother, Martin, of Skip- 
pack Mennonite congregation as early 
as 1 7 17, where he had moved in 1709. 

Henry KoU\h. ; d. 1730. He came 

to America in 1707 and settled at Ger- 
mantown ; in 1709 he moved to Skip- 
pack, now Montgomery county. Pa. He 
was also a minister in the Mennonite 
Church at Skippack. His will is dated 
Feb. 20, 1729, and probated July 13, 
1730. His children were: Peter, David, 
Dielman, Mary, Dorothy, Annie and 
Agnes. He was also a trustee of the 
Mennonite Church at Skippack, with his 
brothers, Jacob Kolb and Martin Kolb. 

Didman Kolb, b. Nov. 10, 1691, in the Pal- 
atinate (Pfaltz) at Wolfsheim ; m. Eliza- 
beth Schnebli in 17 14, in his 23d year. 
On Mar. 21, 17 17, started at Ibersheim, 
in the Palatinate, for Pennsylvania, in 



KULP FAMILY. ' 1 9 

Family 

No. 

6 America ; arrived at Philadelphia on the 

loth of Aug., 17 17. 

8 Johannes Koll\ b. May 19, 1683. Came to 
America in 1707; moved to Skippack, 
now Montgomery county, Pa., in 1709, 
and bought 150 acres of land — the deed 
is dated Dec. 15, 1709. His name also 
appears on a petition for a road to 
Farmers Mill in 1713, and on the tax 
list in 1734 for 150 acres. 



CHILDREN OF No 4. 
MARTIN KOLB^ of Dillman\ 

3 9 I iMagdalcna Kolb, b. May 19, 17 10; m. 

George Bechtel, on May 3, 1730, and d. 
Apr. 10, 1768. Children: Magdalena, 
Jacob, Martin, Isaac, George, Abraham 
and Maria. 

3 10 2 Ncltgcn Kolb, b. July 20, 171 2; m. Jacob 

Detweiler on July 25, 1738. Children: 
Magdalena, Susanna, Johannes, Sara, 
Martin, Maria, Hannah and Elizabeth. 

3 II 3 Hannah Koll},h. Feb. 17, 171 5. 

3 12 4 Sara Kolb, b. Mar. 25, 1716; m. Nicolaas 

Rlittenhaussen on Mar. 27, 1746. Chil- 
dren : Martin, William, Magdalena and 
Nicolaas. 

3 13 5 Dillnian Kolb, b. Mar. 2, 17 19; d. Oct. 19, 

1799 ; aged 80 years, 5 months, 6 days ; 
m. Wilhelmina Rittenhouse, daughter of 
Henry Rittenhouse, of Worcester, Mont- 
gomery CO., Pa.; she was b. Aug. 5, 
1721; d. May 25, 1791 ; aged 69 years, 



20 KULP FAMILY. 

imily 



Gen. 


Individual 

No. 


3 


13 



5 9 months. They were members of the 

Mennonite Church at Skippack, Mont- 
gomery CO., Pa., where they are buried. 
She was the great-grand-daughter of 
Willem Rittenhouse, the first minister 
and bishop in the Mennonite Church in 
America. Children : Susanna, Martin, 
Magdalena, Henry, Isaac, Wilhelmina, 
Matthias, Daniel and Esther. 

14 6 Isaac Kold, b. Apr. 30, 1722; m. Maria 

Schwartz Dec. 4 1746; she d. 1764; he 
m. again to Barbara Rittenhouse on Apr. 
4, 1765; he d. Aug. 12, 1802. He re- 
sided at Skippack till after the death of 
his first wife ; after his second marriage 
with Barbara Rittenhouse he made his 
residence in the vicinity of Pittvillc, near 
Germantown. His descendants by sec- 
ond marriage are yet living in that vicin- 
ity, and are well to do ; some of them 
have valuable farms. They were Men- 
nonites and are buried at the Mennonite 
Meeting House in Germantown. His 
second wife, Barbara Rittenhouse, was the 
widow of Balzer Trout, to whom she was 
previously married and had one daughter, 
named Susanna Trout, who died un- 
married. He had children : Martin, 
Andrew, Dillman, Isaac, Magdalena, 
Abraham, Barbara, Sara, Maria, William, 
Nicolaas, Jacob, Magdalena, John and 
Maria. 

15 7 Maria Kolb, b. Apr. 12, 1725 ; m. Johannes 

Fried on June 10, 1746. Children : 
Christianna, Magdalena, Catharine, Sara 
and Maria. 



KULP FAMILY. 21 

CHILDREN OF No. 9. 
MAGDALENA KOLB3 (Bechtel), of MARTIN^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 



Gen 



Indivifiua: Family 

Xo. No. 

4 16 I Magdalcna Bcclitcl, b. Feb. 19, 1730; m. 

Johannes Corel ; had eight children. 

4 17 2 Jacob BecJitcl, b. Jan. 17, 1733; m. — ' 



Longenecker, daughter of Johannes 
Longenecker ; had five children. 

18 3 Martin Bcchtel, b. Jan. 2, 1735; m. Anna 

Riesser ; had .six children. 

19 4 Isaac Bechtel, b. May 19, 1739; m. Sophia 

Bittings ; had three children. 

20 5 George Bechtel, b. Aug. 2, 1741 ; m. Maria 

Bitting ; had four children. 

21 6 Abraham Bechtel, b. Aug. 31, 1743; m. 

E.ster Friedt ; had nine children. 

22 7 Maria Bechtel, h. , 1746; m. Johann 

Fritz ; had two children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 10. 
NELTGEN KOLBs (Detweilcr), of MARTIN^ of 

DlLLMAN^ 

4 23 I Magdalcna Detzveiler, m. Abraham Ober- 

holtzer ; had five children. 

4 24 2 Susanna Detzveiler, m. Christian Meyer ; had 

nine children. 

4 25 3 Johannes Detzveiler, m. Barbara Meyer; had 

eight children. 
K. F.— 3. 



Gen. 

4 


No. 

26 


4 


27 


4 


28 


4 


29 


4 


30 



KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

No. 

4 5(^/7? Dctwciler, m. Chri.stian Oberholzer ; 
no children. 

5 Martin Dctivcilcr, m. Maria Meyer ; had 
twelve children. 

6 Maria Dctzvcilcr, m. Jacob Meyer ; had six 
children. 

7 Hanna Dctzueilcr, m. Hendrich Oberholzer. 

8 Elizabeth Detweiler, m. Johannes Meyer ; 
had four children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 12. 
SARAH K0LB3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTI^^ of Dillman'. 
4 31 I Martin Rittenhouse, b. Feb. 12, 1747; m. 

Susanna Detweiler, Dec. 5, 1769; had 
eight children. She was a daughter of 
Joseph and Maria Detweiler, whose 
maiden name was Kolb. 
4 32 2 William Rittenhouse, m. Margaretta Walck- 

ers ; had three children. 
4 33 3 Magdalena Rittenhouse. 

4 34 4 Nicolaas Rittenhouse. 

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CHILDREN OF No. 13. 
DILLMAN K0LB3, of Martin-, of Dillman\ 

1 Susanna Kolb, unmarried. 

2 Martin Kolb, d. unmarried. 

3 Magdalena Kolb,h. May 23, 1746; d. June 
29, 1822; m. Isaac Cassel,Aug. 13, 1801. 
This was his second marriage ; no issue 
by this marriage. He was a Mennonite 
minister at Skippack, Montgomery co., 
Pa. Henry Cassel is now (1893) living 
on the old homestead, on the Skippack, 
Montgomery co.. Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 23 



Gen. 



4384 Hotricli Kolb, m. Ester Metz ; res. Mont- 
gomery CO., Pa. ; Mennonitc ; had nine 
children. 

4 39 5 Isaac Kolb.h. ; d. 1828; moved to 

Maryland when yet single and settled in 
the vicinity of Frederick city, and m. 
Susanna Keiser. He for some time 
taught school in his own house, and fol- 
lowed farming. 

4 40 6 WilJuimiiia Kolb, m. Dirck Keyser, of Wor- 

cester, Montgomery co., Pa. ; farmer ; 
Mennonite ; had two children. 

4 41 7 j\Iatt/iias Kolb, b. Dec. 16, 1759.; d. March 

9, 1837; m. Anna Funk; b. May lO, 
1767; d. May 20, 1849. She was a 
daughter of Rev. Jacob Funk, preacher 
in the Mennonite church at Germantown 
for forty-two years. Matthias Kolb was a 
resident of Vincent township, Chester co., 
Pa., near Lawrencevillc ; farmer; Men- 
nonite. 

4 42 7 Daniel Kolb, h. iy66\ d. 18 16; m. P^lizabeth 

Funk; b. Nov. 20, 1768; d. Dec. 28, 
1 851; and a daughter of Rev. Jacob 
Funk, preacher in the Germantown Men- 
nonite church for about forty-two years. 
They were also Mennonites, and are 
buried at Skippack Mennonite church ; 
res. Lower Providence township, Mont- 
gomery CO., Pa., near Shannonville ; 
farmer. 

4 43 8 Esther Kolb, b. ; m. Samuel Funk, 

Apr. 29, 1788. He was b. March 6, 
1762; d. Jan. 7, 1829; a .son of Rev. 



24 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Familr 

Gen. No. Xo. " 

4 43 ^ Jacob Funk, Mennonite preacher at 

Germantown. They were Mennonites ; 
farmer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 14. 

ISAAC K0LB3, of Martin- of Dillman\ 

Children by first marriage with Maria Schwartz. 

4 44 I Martin Kolb, m. Sara Kolb, daughter of Dill- 

man ; had three children ; she died. He 
m. second time to Catharine Jans, and 
had four children. 

4 45 2 Andreas Kolb, d. unmarried; has been a 

school teacher, and bore a very good 
reputation. He was a well - educated 
man, and a very good penman ; res. at 
Skippack, Montgomery co.. Pa. There 
are yet samples of his " Fractur Schrif- 
tcn " in some of the families; a Men- 
nonite. 

4 46 3 i9///w(r?« AWi^, m. Polly Huntsman ; res. near 

Germantown, Pa. 

4 47 4 Isaac Kolb, m. Elizabeth Moore, German- 

town. 

4 48 5 Magdalcna Kolb. 

4 49 6 Abraham Kolb, b. March 7, 1755 ; m. Anna 

Meyer, Nov. 30, 1784; res. near Ger- 
mantown, Pa. 

7 Barbara Kolb, m. P^li Barrow ; no issue. 

8 Sara Kolb, d. unmarried. 

9 Maria Kolb, d. young. 



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Children by second marriage with Barbara Rittenhouse. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

4 53 lo Williain Kolb, m. Sallie Knorr ; res. Ger- 

town. 

1 1 Nicolaas Kolb, d. unmarried. 

12 Jacob Kolb, m. Rebecca Shearman, German- 
town. 

13 Magdaloia Kolb. 

14 Johannes Kolb, m. Margaret Brunner, Ger- 

mantown. 

4 58 15 Maria Kolb. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 15. 
MARIA K0LB3 (Friedt), of MARTIN^ of DillmanS 

59 I Christina Fried, h.dihovii 1748; m. Abraham 

Eist ; had five children. 

2 Madalcna Fried, b. about 175 1 ; m. Chris- 
tian Haldeman ; had nine children. 

3 Catharine Fried, b. about 1754; m. Johan- 
nes Kister (Custer) ; had two children. 

4 Sara Fried, b. about 1757 ? 

5 Maria Fried, b. about 1760; m. Hcnrich 
Wismer ; had two children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 16. 
MAGDALENA BECHTEL^ (Corel), of Magdalena 

KoLB3 (Bechtel), of MARTIN^ of DILLMAN^ 

5 64 I Martin Corel. 



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Gen. 

5 


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65 


Family 
No.' 

2 


George Corel. 


5 


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3 


Magdaleiia Corel. 


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Maria Corel. 


5 


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5 


JoJiaiines Corel. 


5 


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Sara Corel. 


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Abraham Corel. 


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CHILDREN OF No. 17. 
JACOB BECHTEU, of Magdalena Kolb3 (Bechtel), 

of MARTI^•^ of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Jaeob Bechtel, m. Miss Rosenberg. 

2 Magdalena Bechtel. 

3 Susanna Bechtel. 

4 David Bechtel. 

5 Catharine Bechtel. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 18. 

MARTIN BECHTEL^, of Magdalena Kolb3, of 
Marti x^ of Dillman'. 

1 Johannes Bechtel, m. Maria Bregen. 

2 Abraham Bechtel. 

3 Jacob Bechtel. 

4 Salon ia Bechtel. 

5 Hanna Bechtel. 

6 Maria Bechtel. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 19. 

ISAAC BECHTEL4, of Magdalena Kolb3 (Bechtel), 
of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

Indiviilual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

5 83 I Magdalena Bcchtcl. 

5 84 2 Maria Bcchtcl. 

5 85 3 Johannes Bcchtcl. 



CHILDREN OF No. 20. 
GEORGE BECHTEL4, of Magdalena Kolb3 (Bcchtcl), 
of Martin", of Dillman'. 

5 86 I Joseph Bcchtcl. 

5 87 2 Jacob Bcchtcl. 

5 88 3 George Bcchtcl. 

5 89 4 Magdalena Bechtel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21. 

ABRAHAM BECHTEL^, of Magdalena Kolb3 (Bcch- 
tcl), of Martin", of Dillman'. 

I Magdalena B edit el. 

Barbara Bechtel. 

Maria Bechtel. 

Peter Bechtel. 
5 George Bcchtcl. 

Bcchtcl. 





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Bcchtcl. 
Bechtel. 
Bechtel. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 22. 

MARIA BECHTEL4 (Fritz), of Magdalena Kolb3 
(Bechtel), of Martin^, of DILLMAN^ 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

5 99 I Magdalena Fritz. 

5 100 2 Maria Fritz. 



CHILDREN OF No. 23. 

MAGDALENA DETVVEILER^ (Oberholzer ), of 
Neltgen Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Jacob Oberholzer. 

2 Abraham Oberholzer. 

3 Maria Oberholzer, m. William Meyer. 

4 Heiirieh Oberholzer. 

5 Isaac Oberholzer. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 24. 

SUSANNA DETWEILER4 (Meyer), of Neltgen Kolb3 
(Detweiler), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Fannie Meyer, b. 1750. 

2 Jacob Meyer, b. 175 i ; m. Mary Detweiler. 

3 Maria Meyer, b. 1753 ; m. Joseph Alderfer ; 
no issue. 

4 Sara Meyer, b. 1754. 

5 Christian Meyer, b. 1755. 

6 Magdalena Meyer, b. 1757. 





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KULP FAMILY. 2g 



Individual 
<;en. 



5 112 7 Barbara Meyer, h. 1759. 

5 113 8 Samuel Meyer, b. 1766; m. Annie Ober- 

holzer. 

5 114 9 Abrahajii Meyer, b. Dec. 17, 1767; m. 

Catharine Hagey. Had the following 
children : 

1 Lizzie Meyer. 

2 Susan Meyer. 

3 George Meyer. 

4 Abraliani Meyer. 

10 Joliaunes Meyer, b. 1771 ; m. Elizabeth 
Schrager. Their children were : 

1 Joseph Meyer. 

2 Christian Meyer. 

3 Catharine Meyer. 

4 Elizabeth Meyer. 

5 Abraliani Meyer. 

6 Garret Meyer. 

7 JoJin Meyer. 
"8 Samuel Meyer. 

1 1 Catharine Meyer, b. Feb. 28, 1772 ; m. Jacob 
Swartley. 

12 Elizabeth Meyer, b. Apr. 24, 1775. 

13 Susanna Meyer, b. 1777; m. Ober- 

holzer ; after his decease she m. John 
Freed. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 25. 

JOHANNES DETWEILER+, of Neltgen Kolb3 (Det- 
weiler), of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 



Individual Family 



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1 Jacob Dctzvcilcr. 

2 Maria Dctivcilcr. 

3 ^Elizabctli Dctivcilcr. 

4 Joluianncs Dcticcilcr. 

5 ^Elizabeth Dctzvcilcr. 

6 Susanna Dctn'cilcr. 

7 Peter Dctwcilcr. 

8 Barbara Dctiucilcr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 27. 

MARTIN DETWEILER*, of Neltgen Kolb3 (Det- 
weiler), of Martin^ of Dillmax'. 

5 123 I r///7VA7/A7ur//r;', b. Aucr. 3, 1772; d. Aug. 

20, 1843 ; m. Elizabeth Reiff. 

Isaac Dctivcilcr, d. young. 

2 Jacob Dctivcilcr. 

3 Samuel Dehuei/er, m. Miss Atherholt ; sec- 
ond, Mary Fretz. 

4 Hanna Detz^'ciier, m. Henry Rosenberger. 

5 Snsanna Detcveiler, m. Isaac Rosenberger. 

6 Maria Detiveiler, m. John Price. 

7 Abraham Detzveiler, m. Elizabeth Clemmer. 





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KULP FAMILY. 3 I 

Imiivi.lmil Faniilv 

No. No. 

5 130 8 Sara DL'tzi'L-iVcT, m. John Rosenhevger. 

5 131 9 Barbara Dctzvcilcr, m. George Cassel. 

5 b 10 Bciijaiiiiii Dehvcilcr, m. Magdalena Moyer 

June 3, 1798 ; d. Apr. 6, 1873 ; had been 
a deacon in the Salford Mennonite 
Church. 



CHILDREN OF No. 28. 

MARIA DETWEILER^ (Meyer), of Neltgen Kolb? 
(Detweiler), of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 



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5 


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5 


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3 


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5 


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5 


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CHILDREN OF No. 30. 

ELIZABETH DETWEILER^ (Meyer), of Neltgen 
Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

5 138 I Jacob Meyer. 

5 139 2 Peter Meyer. 

5 140 3 Maria Meyer. 

5 141 4 Susanna Meyer. 



32 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 31. 

MARTIN RITTEN HOUSED of Sarah Koi.b3 (Ritten- 
house), of Martin^ of Dillman^ 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 

5 142 I Joseph Rittcnhoi(SL\m Miss Rohrer; 

had two children. 

5 143 2 Nicholas Rittcnliousc, b. 1774; d. 1859; aged 

81 years; m. first, Sophia Brandt; after 
her decease he married again to Catha- 
rine Razer ; after her decease he married 
again to Sarah M. Miller, res., Rox- 
boroLigh, Philadelphia. 

5 144 3 Williaui Rittoihoiise. 

5 145 4 Elizabetli RittcnhousL\h. 1779; d. 1850; m. 
Thomas Umsted, b. ; d. 1846. 

5 146 5 Jacob D. R'Jtcnhousc,h. 1783; d. 1843; m. 

Mary Reiner, b. Sept. 10, 1784; d. April 
17, 1874, aged 89 years, 7 months, 7 
days ; farmer. 

5 147 6 Sarah Rittciihousc, m. Philip Reiner on 

March 19, 1805 ; resided in Montgomery 
county. Pa. ; farmer. 

5 148 7 Susanna Rittcnhousc, b. 1786; d. July 26, 

1863, in the 77th year ; m. Daniel Adams 
Nixon March 14, 1809. He was born 
1785; died Jan. 17, 1868, in his 83d 
year. They are both buried at the Ger- 
mantown Mennonite meeting-house. 

5 149 8 Martin D. Rittcnhousc, h. Sept. 17, 1788; d. 

June 1, 1865 ; m. Amelia Rittenhouse, b. 
July 22, 1790; d. Dec. 5, 1864. She was 
the daughter of William Rittenhouse^, b. 
about 1760, and d. Oct. 3, 1819, and Ann 
Rook ; resided in Luzerne county. Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 35 

CHILDREN OF No. 32. 

WILLIAM RITTENHOUSE^ of Sarah Kolb3 (Kitten- 
house), of Martin^ of Dillman'. 



ludivi.Uial 



Gen. 



5 150 I Sara/i RittciiJiousc, b. about 1795. 

5 151 2 WilHani Rittcn]ioiisc,h. -s^iont \']Q,'i. 

5 152 3 Jacob RittcuJL0USL\h. -dhovX 1800. 



CHILDREN OF No. 38. 

HENRICH KOLB^ of Dillmans, of MARTI^•^ of Dill- 
man'. 

5 153 I /?<'?7'/c/ AW//, m. Elizabeth Shutt ; re.s.. Skip- 

pack, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

5 154 2 Jacob Kolb, m. widow Crawford ; res., Lower 

Providence, Montgomery county, Pa., 
near Shannonville ; had one child. 

5 155 3 Da>iicl Kolb. ' 

5 156 4 Joliu Kolb, d. single. 

5 157 5 Martin AW/^m. Esther Essig ; res., Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. 

5 158 6 Henry Kolb, d. unmarried. 

5 159 7 Nancy Kolb, d. March i, 1879, in her 82d 

year; m. Joseph Gotwals ; d. April 10, 
1871, in his 82d year; res., Lower Prov- 
idence, Montgomery county. Pa. ; farmer. 

5 160 8 Wilhchnina Kolb, m. Samuel Jones^ of Wor- 

cester, Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 161 9 -Sarah Kolb, m. Daniel Buchert, of Mont- 

gomery county. Pa. 



34 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 39. 
ISAAC KOLB+, of DILLMAN3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Familv 
Gen. N... No. 

5 162 1 David Kolh.h. 1793; d. 1862; m. Elizabeth 

Castor June 13, 1813; d. 1826 in Mary- 
land. 

2 Savnicl Koll\ b. 1791 ; d. 1866, in Ohio; 
single. 

3 Matthias Kolb, b. 1804; d. 1886, in Mary- 
land ; was married and had children. 

4 A dauo^Jitcr, m. Isaac Mcach, of Penns)'lva- 

nia ; moved west and died there ; noth- 
ing" further is known. 

5 166 5 ^ (iauglitcr, m. Samuel Franer, of Pennsyl- 

\'ania, and moved west, and died there ; 
no further knowledg-e. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 40. 

WILHELMINA KOLB^ (Keyser), of Dillman3, of 
Martin^, of Dillman'. 

5 167 I Jacob Kcyscr, m. Hannah Godshall ; no 

issue. 

5 168 2 J/c?//)' A'(!^'.sr7-, m. John Johnson ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 41. 
MATTHIAS K0LB4, of Dillman3, of Martin-, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

5 169 I Elizabeth Kolb, b. May 9, 1786; d. July 6, 

1876; m. Jacob Kelter, son of David 



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lily 



5 169 I Kelter, of Germantown. He was b. Jan., 

1786; d. May 26, 1875; farmer; Men- 
nonites ; re.sidence, Trappe, Montgomery 
county, ]^a. 

5 170 2 Martin KoR\ b. Nov. 7, 1789; d. July 19, 

1811 ; unmarried. 

5 171 3 Jacob Kolb, b. Sept. 17, 1793; d. June 19, 

1866; m. Elizabeth Schwartz; after her 
decease he married a second time to 
Mary Barker; he was a justice of the 
peace and conveyancer for many years ; 
also, commissioner of Chester county ; 
and other public positions had been held 
by him. 

5 172 4 John Kolb, b. Oct. 3, 1795 ; d. June 12, 1871 ; 

m. Sarah Detweiler ; res., Vincent town- 
ship, Chester county, near Lawrenceville; 
farmer; Mennonites. 

5 173 5 Ann Kolb, b. March 28, 1798; d. Jan. 28, 

1 840 ; m. Jacob Kunsenhauser ; res., 
Chester county, Pa. 

5 174 6 Isaac Kolb, b. April 26, 1800; d. May 6, 

1875; m. h:ther Dismond, b. Aug. 27, 
1800 ; she is now (1895) in the 95th year 
of her age, her mind bright and clear, and 
able to go out visiting friends ; living 
with her son William in Philadelphia. 

5 175 7 Mary Kolb, b. Jan. 29, 1 802 ; d. Oct. 31,1 804. 



CHILDREN OF No. 42. 
DANIEL KOLB^, of Dillmans, of Martin^ DILLMAK^ 
5 176 I 5r7/////iV AW/;, b. Nov. 17, 1794; d. Dec. 28, 



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luiliiidual 
No. 


Family 
No. 


5 


176 


I 



1869; m. Kate Hunsberger, b. Nov. 22, 
1795; d. Oct. 22, 1865; res., Coventry^ 
Chester county, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites, 

5 177 2 Magdalciia Kolh, b. about 1796; d. aged 

about 18 years; unmarried. 

5 178 3 y^//;/ AW/;, b. about 1798; d. 1847; m. John 

Sloatz, weaver and farmer; res., Lower 
Providence, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
no issue. She is buried at the old Skip- 
pack Mennonite meeting-house. 

5 179 4 WUhclviiiia AW/-, b. May 25, 1800; d. July 

18, 1876; m. Jacob Cassel March 7,, 
1819; he was b. July 5, 1792 ; died Nov. 

19, 1878, aged 86 years, 4 months, 14 
days ; weaver and farmer ; Mennonites.; 
res., Upper Salford township, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa., near Schwenksville. 

5 180 5 Daniel Kolb, b. Nov. 21, 1802; d. Aug. 6,, 

1875; single; he lived with his brother 
Samuel in Coventry, Chester county, 
and occupied much of his time in chop- 
ping wood ; he was a Mennonite. 

5 181 6 Jacob Kolb, b. Aug. 26, 1805; d. April 9, 

1876, aged 70 years, 7 months, 13 days; 
m. Susanna Cassel, daughter of Abraham 
Cassel; she was b. Aug. 25, 1807; d. 
May 10, 1874; they are buried at the 
Upper Mennonite meeting - house, in 
' Skippack, Montgomery county. Pa. ; 

farmer ; Mennonities. He was for a 
number of years one of the trustees of 
said meeting-house and church property ; 
he also served for many years as super- 



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r i8i 6 visor in Skippack township, to the entire 

satisfaction of those whom he served. 

5 182 7 David Kolb, b. Nov. 7, 1807; d. March 25, 

1877, aged 69 years, 3 months, 18 days ; 
m. Sarah Hunsicker, daughter of Jacob 
and Sarah (Kolb) Hun.sicker, of Upper 
Providence twp., Montgomery county. 
Pa. He was a harness maker by trade, 
and resided at Port Providence ; his wife, 
Sarah, d. Dec. 26, i860; she was b. May 
17, 1817. 



CHILDREN OF No. 43. 
ESTHER KOLB+ (Funk), of Dillmans, of MARTI^^ ot 

DiLLMAN'. 

5 183 I Jacob Funk, b. Apr. 28, 1789; d. May 30, 

1824; single. 
5 184 2 /s-^«(r /v/;//', d. unmarried. 

5 185 3 5rt:;w/<;'/i^/////', d. Jan. 7, 1829; unmarried. 

5 186 4 y^//;/ F?/;/A, b. March 23, 1794; d. March 27, 

1882 ; m. Jonathan Gilbert Nov. 8, 18 18 ; 
he died about 1823; she married again 
to Jesse Gilbert, b May 22, 1787; d. 
Feb. 21, 1852. 

5 187 5 Abraham Funk, d. unmarried. 

5 188 6 David Funk, b. April 11, 1797; d. May 5, 

1872; m. Mary Heiser, b. July i, 181 3; 
d. Feb. 3, 1850; no issue. 

5 189 7 Maria Funk.h. Jan. 14, 1799; d. Sept. 16, 

1831 ; single,. 



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5 190 8 ElccDior Funk, d. in 1887, in the 8oth year 

of her age ; m. John G. Wolf; residence, 
Philadelphia. 

5 191 9 Martin Funk, d. April 11, 1882, in the 8ist 

year of his age; he was b. about 1801 ; 
res., Philadelphia ; single. 

5 192 10 Daniel Fnnk, b. April 30, 1804; d. Dec 13, 

1832 ; single. 

5 193 II Wiihehnina Funk,h. 1806; d. unmarried. 



childrp:n of no. 44. 

MARTIN K0LB4, of Isaacs, of MARTIN^ of Dillman\ 

5 194 I Hannah Kolb, m. Henry Detweiler. 

5 195 2 Barbara Kolb, m. Isaac Detweiler. 

5 196 3 Kate Kolb, m. Dillman Godshall. 

5 197 4 Molly Kolb, m. first, John Hunsicker; sec- 

ond, Henry Kolb. 

5 198 5 Sarah Kolb, m. Jacob Hunsicker. 

5 199 6 Magdalcna Kolb, m. John Hunsicker. 

5 200 7 Susie Kolb, m. Garret Reiff. 

5 201 8 Isaac Kolb, m. Molly Krout. 

5 202 9 Abraham Kolb, m. Barbara Wismer. 

5 203 10 Nicholas Kolb, m. Elizabeth Kolb; after the 

decease of Nicholas Kolb, EHzabeth 
married Henry Swartley. 

5 204 1 1 JoJin Kolb, m. Betsy Reiff; after the decease 

of John Kolb, Betsy m. David Bergey, 
who was afterwards ordained a minister 



KULP FAMILY. 39 



lurlivWiial Fai 

Gen. No. 



5 204 1 1 in the Skippackville Mennonite congre- 

gation. 

5 205 12 Martin K'llb, d. young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 46. 
DILLMAN K0LB4, of Isaacs, of MARTIN^ of Dillman\ 

5 206 I NatJuDi Ko/b, d. March 31, 1832, aged 31 

years, S months, 16 days. 

5 207 2 Hannah Kolh, m. Frantz ; she died 

Oct. 23, 1836, aged 32 years, 2 months, 
21 days. 

5 208 3 Tacy Kolb. 

5 209 4 Niclwlas Kolb, d. Aug. 11, 1837, aged 29 

years, 2 months, 27 days. 

5 210 5 Williani Kolb. 



CHILDREN OF No. 47. 

ISAAC K0LB4, of Isaacs, of MARTIN^ of DILLMAN^ 

5 211 I Joseph Kolb. 

5 212 2 PJiilip Kolb, m. Ann Nice. 

5 213 3 Jacob Kolb, d. single August 23, 1823, aged 

29 years ; he had studied medicine, and 
was engaged to be married ; his father, 
Isaac, was taken sick with typhus fever, 
and died at five o'clock on the morning 
of Aug. 23, 1823, and the son, Jacob, 
died about five o'clock on the same day 
in the afternoon ; both are buried in one 



40 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. " 

5 213 3 grave, side by .side, in the old Mennonite 

grave-yard at Germantown avenue and 
Herman streets, Germantown. 

4 Mary A)in Kolb, m. George Wentz. 

5 ■Hannah Kolb, m. Jacob Wentz. 

6 Eliza Kolb, m. John Pierson. 

7 Maria Kolb. 



5 


21-4 


5 


2It, 


5 


216 


5 


217 



CHILDREN OF No. 49. 

ABRAHAM KOLBS of Isaacs, of Martin-, of Dill- 
man'. 

5 218 I Isaac M. Kolb, b. Sept. 21, 1785 ; d. Dec. 3, 

1835 ; m. Sarah Brunner April 26, 1809. 



CIHLDREN OF No. 53. 
WILLIAM KOLB^ of Isaacs, of MARTI^•^ of Dillman'. 

5 219 I WilHa7n Kolb, m. Ann Tyson; he was a 

school teacher at Pittville, Philadelphia ; 
he w^as also a surveyor and conveyancer 
of some note. 

5 220 I Susan Kolb, d. unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 55. 

JACOB KOLB+, of IsA.\c3, of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 

5 221 I Joh)i Kolb, m. Mary Wunder ; after the 

death of John Kolb the widow, Mary, 
married John Schaeffer; he died and 
left her a widow ; res., Germantown ; 



KULP FAMILY. 4 1 

IndividiKil Family 

Gen. No. Xo. " 

5 221 I Mennonite ; had two children, Jacob 

and Susan, by fir.st marriage. 

5 222 2 Sarah Kolb, m. John Detwiler ; res., German- 

town ; Mennonites ; one child, Rebecca. 

5 223 3 Andrcio Kolb, d. unmarried, aged 60 years, 

at Germantown. 

5 224 4 Barbara Kolb, d. unmarried, aged 31 years. 

5 225 5 Jacob Ko'b, m. Rachel Segar ; she died; he 

married again to Caroline English ; had 
two children, John and Sarah ; he was 
killed in a mill. 



CHILDREN OF No. 57. 

JOHN KOLB+, of Is.\AC3, of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 

5 226 I Mary Kolb, d. unmarried. 

5 227 2 AbraJiaui Kolb, m. Catharine Nice. . 

5 228 3 JoJiii B. Kolb, d. unmarried ; all buried at 

Germantown Mennonite meeting-house; 
John B. Kolb willed ^500 to the Ger- 
mantown concrreeation. 



CHILDREN OF No. 59. 

CHRISTIANA FRIED^ (List), of Maria Kolb3 Fried), 
of Martin^ of DILLMA^'^ 

5 229 I Saiuini Eist; now East. 

5 230 2 Maria Eist. 

5 231 3 Nicholas Eist. 

5 232 4 Magdaloia Eist. 

5 233 5 JoJiaiDics Eist. 



42 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 60. 

MAGDALENA FRIED^ (Haldeman), of Maria Kolb^ 
(Fried), of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 

Indiviilual Family 

Ku. 

1 CatJiarine llaldsuian. 

2 Johannes Haldeman. 

3 JMaria Ilaldenian. 

4 Jacob Haldeuiajl. ' 

5 ; C/iristian HaldeniaH. 

6 \A6raJiani Ha/denian. 

7 'Magdalen a Ha'devian.\ 

8 Isaac Haldemafi •■ ■ ' 

9 Benjaniin Haldeman. 



Gen. 

5 


No. 
234 


5 


235 


5 


236 


5 


237 


5 


238 


5 


239 


5 


240 


5 


241 


5 


242 



CHILDREN OF No. 61. 

CATHARINE FRIED^ (Kister), of Maria Kolb3 
(Fried), of MARTI^•^ of Dillmax'. 

5 243 I Maria Kister, now Custer. 

5 244 2 Johannes Kister. 



CHILDREN OF No. 63. 
MARIA FRIED4 (Wismer), of Maria Kolb3 (Fried), 

of MARTI^•^ of DiLLMAN'. 

5 245 I Joha}incs Wismer. 

5 246 2 Barbara Wismer. 









''OUm 




NICHOLAS RITTENHOUSE, SK. 



KULP FAMILY. 43 

CHILDREN OF No. 142. 

JOSEPH RITTENH0USE5, of Martin^ of Sarah 
Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman\ 

Individual Family 

Gen. So. No.' 

6 247 I One cJiild, m. a Levering ; had 0112 child, 

Alexander. 

6 248 2 One child, no name reported. 



CHILDREN OF No. 143. 

NICHOLAS RITTENH0USE5, of Martin*, of Sarah 
Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman\ 

6 249 I Martin B. Riitcnhonse, b. 1 799 ; d. October 

29, 1863; m. Emeline H. Reiner, June 
10, 1862; had one child, Martini, uho, 
with her mother, reside at Germantown. 

6 250 2 James Rittenhouse, b. about 1803; m. Lu- 

cinda Drexler, daughter of Reuben 
Drexler. 

6 251 3 Nicholas Rittenhouse, b. 1806; d. July 

18, 1890; m. Sarah W. Potts in 1836. 
She was born July 26, 181 3, and died in 
1854. She was the daughter of William 
and Ann Potts. 

6 252 4 Charles Rittenliouse, b. May 31, 1808; m. 

Amelia Van Buskirk, daug-hter of George 
Van Buskirk ; settled at Pottstown, 
Montgomery county, Pa. Later they 
moved to Maryland, where he died Au- 
gust 6, 1 872. The widow, Amelia, is still 
living with her son, Charles, near Balti- 
more, Md. (1893). 



44 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Familv 

Gen. No. No. ' 

6 253 5 JosiaJi Rittcnfionsc, m. Siirah M. Chesney ; 

children Emma and Nicholas. 

6 254 6 George P. Rittciihoiise, b. d. 1890; m. 

Tobitha Potts; b. ; d. 1885. 

6 255 7 David RittciiJioiisc, (XxeA yowwg. 

6 256 8 Jesse RitteiiJumse, died young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 145. 

ELIZABETH RITTENHOUSEs(Um.sted),of Martin^, 
of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhou.se), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

6 257 I William Uvisted,h 1800; d. 1886; m. 

Maria Rittenhou.se; b. April 6, 1803. 
She was a daughter of Daniel Rittcn- 
house, son of John'', of Roxborough. 

6 258 2 Arno'.d Umsied, m. Julia Bettinger. 

6 259 3 Catharine Uinsted, m. Francis Hartman. 



CHILDREN OF No. 146. 

JACOB D. RITTENH0USE5, of Martin^ of Sarah 
Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

6 260 I Henry R. Ritteii/unise, b. August 27, 1807; 

d. September 14, 1878 ; m. Miss Wismer. 
She died. He married again to Sarah 
Raudenbush. 

6 261 2 David RittenJwusc, b. January 17, 1809; d. 

October 6, 1876; m. Ann Johnson. 

6 262 3 J/rt;Y/;/ 7?///r;///<??/.yr, b. October 19, 1810; m. 

Sarah Hendricks. 



KULP FAMILY. 45 



■Gen. 



6 


264 


5 


6 


265 


6 


6 


266 


7 


6 


267 


8 


6 


268 


Q 



6 263 4 Susanna RittcnJiousc, b. August 1 8, 1 812; 

m. David Bechtel. He died. She mar- 
ried again to Henry Hunsicker, miller. 

Auios Rittoiliousc, b. December 6, 181 3; d. 
young. 

Hannah Riltcnliouse^h. September 23, 181 5 ; 
d. young. 

Sarah Rittcnlinisc, b. September 10, 1817; 
d. young. 

Jacob RittcnJiousc, b. March 31, 18 19; m. 
Catharine Kratz ; no issue; she d. 1892. 

Mary Riticn house, b. November 14, 18 20; 
m. Charles Tyson ; had one son, who 
died young. 

6 269 10 William Rittcnhonsc, b. December 30, 1822; 

d. February 28, 1887 ; m. Elizabeth Lin- 
derman. 

6 270 II Elizabeth Rittcnhonsc, h. A^inl 24, 1824; m. 

Jacob Detwiler ; moved to Dayton, Ohio. 

6 271 12 Ann Rittenluvise, b. November 21, 1827; m. 

Thomas Evans, of Limerick Square. 

6 272 13 Rachel Rittenlioiisc, b. October 2, 1829; m. 

Abraham Hunsicker; he died in 1890; 
residence, Collegeville, Pa. 

6 273 14 Samuel R. Rittenhouse, JM. D., b. June 16, 

1832 ; m. Anna Maria Schaeffer on Sep- 
tember 16, 1858; residing at Reading, 
Pa., and a practicing physician. 

Dr. Samuel Rittenhouse, son of Jacob D. Rittenhouse 
and Mary Reiner Rittenhouse, was born in Upper Providence 
township, Montgomery county. Pa., January 16, 1832. 



46 KULP FAMILY. 

He obtained his early education in the pubHc schools, 
and later, attended, for several years, Washington Hall board- 
ing school, Trappe, Pa., under the tutorship of Abel Rambo, 
at that time principal of that institution. 

He read medicine with Dr. William B. Hahn, and took 
his degree of Doctor of Medicine at the University of Penn- 
sylvania in the spring of 1853. After graduation, during the 
session of 1853 and '54, he again attended the lectures given 
at that institution, and availed himself of the opportunity 
afforded by the Pennsylvania Hospital clinics to obtain further 
practical knowledge of medicine and surgery. 

In the spring of the year 1854 he located for practice in 
Longswamp township, Berks county, Pa., where he pursued 
the labors of his profession until the spring of 1857, when he 
removed to and located at Macungie, Lehigh county, Pa. 
There he married, in the year 1858, Anna M. Schaeffer, 
daughter of John and Hannah Schaeffer. 

In the fall of 1868, after an extensive and laborious prac- 
tice for a period of eleven years at Macungie, he and family 
removed to Reading, Pa., where he continued the work of his 
profession up to the present time (1893). 



CHILDREN OF No. 147. 

SARAH RITTENH0USE5 (Reiner), of Martin*, of 
Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTI^■^ of Dillman^ 

iQiiivulual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 a I Susanna Reiner, died unmarried. 

6 274 2 Abraliam Reiner, went to New Jersey, and 

married there a widow ; had one child, 
who died at about thirteen or fourteen 
years of age. 

6 b 3 Mary Reiner, died unmarried. 

6 c 4 Eliza Reiner, died unmarried. 



KULP FAMILY. 47 

Indiviiliial Family 

Gen. X... No. 

6 276 5 Martin Reiner, m. Elizabeth Zimmerman ; 

had two children, Isaac and Sarah. 

6 278 6 Hannah Reiner, m. Samuel Buckwalter ; hi.s 

children were Charles \V. Abraham 
Reiner, Mary, Sarah R , John R., Geof- 
frey, Daniel Webster, Jacob P., Annie 
M., Hannah S., and Mary. 

Samuel Buckwalter and his two oldest. sons, Charles W. 
and Abraham Reiner, were accidentally drowned in the river 
Schuylkill while catching driftwood. 



Gen 



i\iilual Family 

,jcii. N". .N'o. ' 

6 275 7 Philip Reiner, m. Mary Lederach ; had two 

children, Alice and Mary ; resided at 
Quakertown, Pa.; he died in 1893. 

6 d 8 Sarah Reiner, m. Lewis Rhoads ; she died 

young, and he married again. 

6 279 9 Reheeea Reiner, m. James Rambo ; had two 

children, Emma and Abraham Reiner. 

6 277 10 Levi Reiner, m. Katie Kulp ; children, Mar- 

tin, Horace, David, Annie and Maggie. 

6 280 1 1 David Reiner, m. Elizabeth Hendricks ; she 

died August 12, 1894; buried at Trinity 
Church, Collegeville, Pa. (sister to Rev. 
Joseph Hendricks, whose daughter, Ella, 
married Freeland G. Hobson) ; children, 
Mary, Lizzie, Sallie and Emma. 

6 e 12 Henry Reiner, died young, aged i year, 8 

months, 20 .days. 

6 281 13 Enieline Reiner, m. Martin Rittenhouse ; 

have one child, Sarah Martine, residing 
at Germantown, Philadelphia. 



48 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 148. 

SUSANNA RITTENH0USE5 (Nixon), of Martin^^ of 
Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTIN^ of Dillman^ 

luflivitUial Familv 

Gcu. No. Xo. 

6 282 1 Charles Nixo/i, b. November 29, 1 809; res., 

Morrow, Ohio, near Xenia ; m. Isabella 
Williams on June 4, 1827; d. June 23, 
1884; 'cli,il(iren,-..Daniel, Anna, Isabella, 

Ch^rks^ Sallie,E'mma, Hsfrry. 

■ /- f' ;■.:■ ; . t 

6 283 2 WU/iam R. Nixon, b. February 6, 18 12; d. 

December. 2, 1846; m. Mary Ann Ste- 
pheh-.4vb--.Marchi4,'i^i5 ; d. November 
i8>. 18.87; children, Arnelia, Theodore, 
William, Cornelia','Kate S., Sarah R. 

6 284 3 Thomas Nixon, b. December 3, 1815; m. 

Sarah Murphy. 

6 285 4 Martin Nixon, b. March 6, 18 18; d. June 

16, 1888; m. Martha Brown August, 
1839; she died; he married again to 
Alice Feinour in 1852; died 1879. 

6 286 5 Henry M. AVaw/, b. July 20, 1820; d. July 

9, 1859 ; m. Marie Borie ; she died 1888. 

6 287 6 Nicholas R. Nixon, b. October 15, 1822 ; m. 

Mary T. Strout on June 14, 1848; res. 
at Dayton, Ohio. 



CHILDREN OF No. 149. 

MARTIN D. RITTENH0USE5, of Martin^^ of Sarah 
Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTI^•^ of Dillman'. 

6 288 I Anios Rittenhouse, b. December 20, 18 11 ; 

m. Nancy Wolf 



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P\1BIA^ 



L1BH>^* 






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MARV SMITH. 



KULP FAMILY. 49 



Individual Familv 
Gen. No 



6 289 2 William Ritioiliousc, b. September 26, 181 2; 

d. young. 

6 290 3 Aim RittcnJwnsc, b. March 7, 18 14; m. Wil- 

liam Wolf. 

6 291 4 Sarali RittciiJwnsc, b. July 26, 18 16; m. 

Jesse Johnson. 

6 292 5 Plicbc RittcnJioust\ b. September 15, 1818; 

m. John Hauze. 

6 293 6 NicJiolas Rittc}iJioiiSL\h. March 16, 1822; d. 

single. 

6 294 7 ^'//.c^r/'c'/Z' 7?//"/^ .7/;^;'//^^', b. September 23, 1825 ; 

d. in childhood. 

6 295 8 il/^r/j Ritte/ihousc, b. October 11, 1827; m. 

Elias Smith. 

6 396 9 Snsauiia Rittcuhoi!Si\h. February 15, 1830; 

m. William Shelhammer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 153. 

DAVID KOLBs, of HE^•RY^ of Dillmans, of Martin^ 
of Dillman'. 

6 297 I Ann AW/, b. August 26, 18 16; d. August 

4, 1 88 1, aged 64 years, 11 months, 9 
days ; m. Christian Bergey ; b. February 
9, 1812; d. January 3, 1879, aged 66 
years, 10 months, 25 days; res. Led- 
erachsville, Montgomery county. Pa., 
farmer. 

6 298 2 Mai-tin Kulp, b. 1 8 1 8 ; m. Mary Ann Slough ; 

res. Skippack, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
occ. harness-maker and farmer. 



50 KULP FAMILY. 

IiKlivi.luiil Family 

Gen. No. .No. 

6 299 3 AbraJiaiii Ki/Ip, b. about 1820; m. Sarah 

Keyser ; res. Skippack, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; farmer. He is a deacon in 
the Skippack Mennonite Church, where 
they are members. 

6 300 4 Ehos Kulp, deceased; m. Sarah Schrack ; 

res. Philadelphia ; hardware. 

6 301 5 Z^(?;//V/ A7///', died single. 

6 302 6 Harriet Kiilp, m. David Latshaw, of Chester 

county, Pa. ; then moved to Harrington, 
Delaware state, where he owns a large 
farm ; occ. carpenter and farmer ; Men- 
nonites. 

7 Jacob Kiilp, m. Lovina Logenecker. 

8 Margaret Knip, m. Henry Heterich. 

9 David Kitip, m. Catliarine Detweiler. 



6 


303 


6 


304 


6 


305 



CHILDREN OF No. 154. 

JACOB KOLB,5 of Hexrv^, of Dillm.\n3, of MARTIN^ 
of Dillmax'. 

The wife of Jacob Kolb was Rebecca Crawford ; children: 

6 a I Joseph Kiiip, m. Nicholas Bean's daughter. 

6 b 2 Enivia Kulp, m. Detwiler Davis ; she died 

about 1888. 



CHILDREN OF No. 155. 
DANIEL K0LB5, of Henry^, of Dillman3, of Martin-, 
of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 5 I 



Daniel Kolb married Esther Smoyer ; children 



luilividual Family 

Geu. No. 



6 h I Hoiry S. Kitlp, secretary of fire insurance 

company, Norristown, Pa. 

6 i 2 Isaac KnJp. 

6 j 3 Elizabeth K?ilp, m. John Whitby ; she died 

about 1892. 

6 k 4 Hetty Kulp, m. Derrick Casselberry. 



CHILDREN OF No. 157. 
MARTIN KOLBs, of Hexry^, of Dillman3, of MARTIN^ 

of DlLLMAN^ 

6 306 I Sarah Kiilp, m. Frederick Prizer. 

6 307 2 Raciui Kiilp, m. David Kolb. 

6 308 3 Elniira Knlp, died sintjle. 

6 • 309 4 Jacob Kill p. 

6 310 5 Jolui Kill p. 

6 311 7 David Knip. 



CHILDREN OF No. 158. 
HENRY K0LB,5 of HENRY^ of Dillmans, of MARTIN^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

Henry Kolb's wife was Hannah Sisler ; children : 
6 c I Alichacl KnIp. 

6 d 2 William Kill p. 

6 e 3 Edmund Kiilp. 

6 f 4 Lctitia Kulp (deceased). 

6 g 5 Margaret Kulp. 



52 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 159. 
NANCY KULPs (Gotwals), of Henry^ of Dillman3, 

of MARTIN^ of DlLLMAN\ 

Nancy Kulp died March i, 1879, in her 82d year; mar- 
ried Joseph Gotwals, who died April 10, 187 1, in his 82d year. 
Their children are : 

lufHviiUial Family 

Gen. No. No. ^ ^ i • 

6 I Hc-zirj' Gotzua/s, h. December iS,iSi6; d.m 

infancy. 

6 2 Martin Gotzuals, b. November 12, 1818; m. 

Mary DeHaven, daughter of Henry De- 
Haven ; children, Francis M., Anna and 
Elizabeth. 

6 3 Margaret Gotzvals, b. March 17, 1821 ; d. 

July 20, 1881 ; m. Lewis Rhoads ; one 
son, Henry. 

6 4 Esther Gotzvals, h. Kw^wst 15, 1823; d. Jan- 

uary 4, 1894; single. 

6 5 SaraJi Gotzcals, b. October 22, 1825 ; d. De- 

cember 2, 1893; m. Jonah L. Fudge; 
children, Hannah, deceased, Edmund. 

6 6 Ann Gotzuals, b. December 17, 1827; un- 

married. 

6 7 Elisabeth Gotzvals, b. May i, 1830; d. July, 

1 879 ; m. John B. Horn ; no children liv- 
ing. 

6 8 Joseph K. Gotzvals, b. October 15, 1832; m. 

Jennie A. Galbraith, daughter of Dr. 
James Galbraith, of Perry county, Pa. ; 
have one daughter, Anna ; m. Rev. R. 
N. Taylor. 



KULP FAMILY. 53 

Joseph K. Gotwals has been connected with the Norris- 
town public schools since 1 36o ; has been Superintendent 
since, 1872. 

Joseph K. Gotwals, at present Superintendent of the public 
schools of Norristown, was born in Lower Providence town- 
ship, Montgomery county, Pa., October 15, 1832. He received 
his early education in the public schools of his native town- 
ship. He was under the tuition of the Rev. H. S. Roden- 
baugh, pastor of Lower Providence Presbyterian Church, four 
terms. He also attended the Millersville State Normal School ; 
was among the first students of this institution. 

In September, 1S5 3, he commenced teaching in the public 
schools of Silver Creek, Schuylkill county, Pa., where he 
taught eight months. The following year he commenced 
teaching in his native township, where he taught several years. 
In the spring of 1859 he went to the Arcadian Institute at 
Orwigsburg for the purpose of reviewing so-me of the higher 
branches. He remained at this institution as teacher and 
student until the fall of 1 860, when he was elected principal of 
the Cherry street public school, Norristown. From this place 
he was promoted to a grammar grade, from which he was 
elected principal of the boys' High School, in 1865. This 
position he held until he was elected Superintendent of the 
schools in 1872, the position he still holds. 

He received the honorary degree of A. M. from Franklin 
and Marshall College, and has been since 1872 an elder in the 
First Presbyterian Church at Norristown.. 

luiUvitliud Fanillv 
Geu. Xu. Xo. 

6 9 Isaac Gotzvals, b. January 4, 1836; m. Kate 

Shearer, daughter of Peter Shearer ; chil- 
dren, Maggie, Hetty, Katie and Joseph. 

6 10 Charlotte Got%vals, b. March 21, 1839; ^• 

September 20, 1881 ; m. John G. Shearer ; 
two children, one died in infancy ; the 
other, Hannah, married John Saylor. 

(K. F.-5.) 



54 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Familv 

Gen. No. \o. 

6 II Roger D. Gotwals, b. March 9, 1841 ; m. 

Anna Shearer ; daughter of OHver B. 
Shearer ; no children. 

6 12 J(Tic GotiL>a/s, b. January 23, 1843; m. Lsaac 

Z. Reiner, son of Martin Reiner; child- 
ren, Joseph I., aged 8 years ; Lizzie, 
Anna, A. Clara. Lizzie married Mr. 
Schultz. 



CHILDREN OF No. 160. 

WILHELMINA KOLBs (Jones), of Henry^, of Dill- 

man3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

6 318 I Samuel Jones ; he has a son, Addison, who 

is Superintendent of the West Chester 
public schools. 



6 


319 


2 


Jolt 11 Jones. 


6 


320 


3 


Joseph Jones. 


6 


a 


4 


Natliaii Jones. 


6 


b 


5 


Maria Jones. 



CHILDREN OF No. 161. 
SARAH K0LB5 (Buchert), of Henrys of Dillmans, of 

MaRTIX^ of DlLLMAX^ 

6 321 I A?in Louisa Biie/wrt. 

6 322 2 Ephraini BucJiej't. 



KULP FAMILY. 55 

CHILDREN OF No. 162. 
DAVID K0LB5, df IsAAC^ pf Dillman3, of MARTIN^ of 

DlLLMAN^ 



Gen. 

6 


ludividual 
Xo. 

323 


FamiK 
No. 

I 


David Rittcnhousc 


Kulp. 


6 


324 


2 


John ]]\-sIi'y Kulp. 




6 


325 


3 


Samuel Kulp. 




6 


326 


4 


Susan Kulp. 




6 


327 


5 


Catharine Kulp. 




6 


328 


6 


Magdalena Staup 


Kulp. 


6 


329 


7 


George A. Kulp. 




6 


330 


8 


James T. Kulp. 




6 


331 


9 


Martin L. Kulp. 




6 


332 


10 


Charles Kulp. 




6 


333 


1 1 


Isaae Kulp. 




6 


334 


12 


Ann Kulp. 




6 


335 


13 


Eleanora Kulp. 





All born in Mar}'land. 



CHILDREN OF No. 164. 
MATTHIAS K0LB5, of Isaac^, of Dillman3^ of Mar- 
tin^, of DiLLMAN'. 

6 336 I J (^ si ah Kulp. 

6 337 2 Reuben Kulp. 

6 338 3 William Kulp. « 

6 339 4 Ulichael Kulp. 

6 340 5 jllarj' Ann Kulp. 

All of Maryland. 



56 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 169. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Kelter), of Matthias^, of Dill- 
man3, of Martin^, of Dillmax'. 

lurtiviaual Family 

Gea. No. No. 

6 341 I Mary Kcltcr, b. February 8, 181 2; d. aged 

7 1 ; unmarried ; mute. 

6 342 2 Jacob Kcltcr,h. May 15, 181 3; unmarried. 

6 343 3 ^'i^^ Kclicr, b. May 2, 18 14; m. Samuel 

Frey. 

6 344 4 David Kcltcr, b. September 29, 181 5; m. 

Mary A. Pierce. 

6 345 5 Hannah Kcltcr, b. January 16, 18 17; m. 

Benjamin Johnson. 

6 346 6 Elizabeth Kcltcr, b. July 12, 1821 ; unmar- 

ried. 

6 347 7 Matthias Kcltcr, h. February 18, 1818; m. 

Mary Ann Ke}-.ser. 

6 348 8 Abraham Kcltcr, died young. 

6 349 9 Isaac Kcltcr, b. August 31, 1828; m. ]\Iary 

Horton. 



0:)^ 



10 Susan Kcltcr, b. ; m. William God- 
shall. 



CHILDREN OF No. 171. 

JACOB KOLBs, of Matthias^, of Dillmans, of Mar- 
tin^, of Dillman'. 

6 351 I yc-*/;// A'//^, died young. 

6 352 2 Ann Knlp, m. Henry Fink. 

6 353 3 Elizabeth Knlp, m. Daniel Hiestand. 



KULP FAMILY. 57 



Gea. 



6 354 4 ]\Iary Kiilp, m. N. S. Rowland. 

6 355 ■ 5 Aaron Kulp, m. Elizabeth Shalkop. 

6 356 6 67^7)'/^^/ A'////, m. Sarah Missimer ; had three 



sons. 



357 7 Emma Jane Kiilp, m. Mr. Philips; had one 

son and one daughter. 



CHILDREN OF No. 172. 
JOHN K0LB5, of M.4TTHIASS of Dillmaxs, of Martin% 

of DiLLMAN'. 

6 358 I ElizabctJi Kulp, b. January 5, 1822; d. De- 

cember 22, 1877; m. Benjamin Hen- 
dricks ; b. February 12, 181 5 ; res. Ches- 
ter county, Pa. ; farmer. 

6 359 2 Ann Knlp, b. October 9, 1823; m. Jacob 

Funk; b. November 23, 1825; d. 1894; 
res. Vincent township, Chester county. 
Pa., near Spring City ; farmer ; Menno- 
nites. He was a minister in the Vincent 
Mennonite congregation. 

6 359 /-4 3 Jonathan Knlp, b. November 25, 1825; m. 
Elizabeth F'unk, February 7, 1850, of 
Chester county. Pa. She was born De- 
cember 2, 1827. He is a deacon in the 
Mennonite Church in Vincent township, 
Chester county. Pa., where they are 
members ; res. near Spring City ; farmer ; 
now retired. 

6 359>2 4 J\lary Knip, b. April 17, 1832; m. Isaac 
Schlichter; b. August 12, 1 830. 



58 KULP FAMILY. 

lu.Hvidual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

6 359-/4^ 5 Lj'dia Kiilp,h. OctohcY I2, 1828; m. Davis 
Kimes, son of John and Catharine Kimes ; 
was born January 15, 1829, and died 
August 8, 1889, aged 60 years, 6 months 
and 23 days, and were married January 
20, 1853. 

6 a 6 Sarah Knlp, m. Jacob Grater. 



CHILDREN OF No. 173. 

ANN KOLB5 (Kunsenhauser), of Matthias+, of Dill- 
man3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

6 360 I Matthias Kunsenhauser, d. aged 21 years; 

single. 

6 361 2 Sarah Knnscjihaiiscr, m. Charles Urner. 

6 362 3 j-inn Knnscn/taiiscr, m. O'Brian ; he 

died ; she married again to Fens- 

termachcr ; moved to Schuylkill county, 
Pa. 

6 363 4 Jacob Knnscn/ianst'r. 

6 364 5 Leah Knnsenhanser, m. Samuel Alowry. 

6 365 6 Jonathan Knnsenhanser, d. young. 

6 366 7 William Knnsenhansen, went to New Or- 

leans. 



CHILDREN OF No. 174. 
ISAAC K0LB5, of MATTHIA.s^ of Dillmans, of Mar- 

TI^■^ of DiLLMAX'. 

6 367 I Hannah Knlp, m. Jacob Bean ; children, 

Charles, William, Amanda, Martha. 



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lufliviaual Family 

No. No. 

6 368 2 William D. Kiilp, m. Mary Sidell ; children, 

William and Horace; res. Philadelphia. 

569 3 John D. Kulp, ni. Lucy A. Haas ; b. Sep- 

tember 20, 1830; res. Philadelphia; one 
daimhter, Esther. 



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4 /svrczc- A'///^, m. Maria Ellis ; children, Charles 

and Annie. 

5 Rachel Kulp. 

6 Matthias Kulp, m. Elizabeth Prey ; children, 

Katie and Grant. 

7 Sarah Kulp, d. single. 

8 Mary Kulp, d. single. 

9 y^/v/ Kulp, d. single. 



CHILDREN OF No. 176. 
SAMUEL KOLB^ of Daniel^, of Dillmans, of Mar- 

TIN^ of DiLLMAN'. 

6 17^ I John Klip, h. Kwgwst 11, 18 18; d. young. 

6 377 2 ElisabctJi Kulp, b. January 16, 1820; d. 

young. 

6 378 3 Catherine Kulp, b. December 30, 1820; d. 

July 2, 1885; m. John Haldeman ; res. 
North Coventry, Chester county, Pa. ; 
weaver and farmer ; Mennonites. 

6 379 4 Ann Kulp, b. March 7, 1823; m. Samuel 

Stauffer, farmer, now retired ; res. Potts- 
town, Pa. He owns two large farms in 
Chester county, Pa. ; German Reformed. 



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6 380 5 Daniel H. Kulp, b. January 30, 1825; m. 

Catharine Krouse ; res. Chester county, 
Pa. ; farmer in East Coventry. 

6 381 6 Samuel Kiilp, b. December 6, 1 828 ; d. 1 870 ; 

m. Rebecca Evans ; moved west ; d. there ; 
was a farmer in Iowa. 

6 382 7 Sarah K7ilp,h. January 24, 1827 ; m. Samuel 

High (Hoch) ; res. North Coventry, 
Chester county. Pa. ; farmer; Mennonites. 

6 383 8 Dai'icl Kulp,h. March 26, 1831 ; m. t:mily 

Wells ; res. North Coventry, Chester 
county. Pa. ; farmer ; Dunkards. 

6 384 9 Jonathan Kidp, b. August 9, 1833; m. Har- 

riet Amole ; res. North Coventry, Ches- 
ter county, Pa. ; farmer. 

6 385 10 Elhabcth Kulp, b. August 31, 1835; m. 

William Stauffer ;* res. P^ast Coventry, 
Chester county, Pa. ; farmer. 

6 386 II Mary Ann AV/, b. February 23, 1838; m. 

Abraham L. Detweiler ; res. P2ast Cov- 
entry, Chester county, Pa. ; miller. He 
served in the Union army during the 
civil war. 



CHILDREN OF No. 179. 
WILHELMINA KOLBs (Cassel), of Daniel^, of Dill- 

MAN3, of MARTIN^ of DILLMA^•^ 

6 387 I Z?^7;//V/ a: r^.y.sT/,b. April 22, i820,in Upper 

Salford township, Montgomery county, 
Pa.; m. February 16, 1845, Elizabeth 
Kolb, daughter of Rev. Jacob Kolb, of 
Harleysville, Montgomery county. Pa. 




DANIEL K. CASSEL. 



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lurtiiirlual Family 
<}eu. No. Xo. 

6 387 I She was born December 29, 1825, in 

Lower Salford township, Montgomery 
county, near Harleysville. 

Daniel K. Cassel was emplo}-ecl on his father's farm, and 
learned the art of linen wea\-ing with his father. In his youth 
he received a limited education such as the country schools 
afforded at that time, and that only in reading, writing and 
arithmetic, ^^■hich he acquired by going to school about from 
fort}^ to fifty days in a year. He devoted his leisure time in 
studying his lessons at home, and on Sundays and in the 
•evenings, many a time till midnight, so that he actually ac- 
quired more knowledge through his own exertions at home 
than in school. At the age- of nineteen he was u^rged by the 
residents of his neighborl:5'ood to take charge of a school, 
which he accepted, but he soon felt his incompetency. There- 
fore at the close of the term-hje'eiitered a select school for one 
term. He has been engaged -in teaching in the public schools 
for twenty }'ears, during which time he' devoted all his spare 
time, and many a night till midnight, to his studies, in order 
to enable him to teach the higher branches, viz. : grammar, 
geograph}% and the higher branches of mathematics, which 
he introduced in his school. He also served in the School 
Board four years. During that time he was urged to accept 
the office of County Superintendent of Public Schools, which 
he positively declined, not being an aspirant for office, nor a 
politician, but always voted the Republican ticket. He voted 
for every Republican candidate for President since William H. 
Harrison, the "Tippecanoe." He has in his library a large 
collection of old and rare works, and many rare manuscripts, 
among them a volume of a full Polyglot Bible, printed in 
1599, in twelve languages, probably the only copy in America. 
He has an extensive correspondence throughout this country; 
also with Germany and Holland. He is conversant with the 
English and Germait languages ; also the Dutch or Holland 
language, and the rudiments of Latin and French. He wrote 
and had printed a work entitled " History of the Mennonites," 



62 KULP FAMILY. 

in the English language, and afterwards the same revised and 
enlarged, and printed in the German language. He is also 
the author of three genealogical works, viz. : " The Cassel 
Family," '' The Rolb'oT'Kirlg.'E^aj'ily^' and "The Rittenhouse 
Family." He is.chaiutnan -of tljife;,^R^ttenhouse Genealogical 
Committee, anc;! a rn^Tttberof'tlie Rittenhouse Historical Asso- 
ciation, and a direct descendant of '^illiam Rittenhouse, the 
first Mennonite- Bishop tn' America'.., iHe is also a shareholder 
and member of. BetherCotlege, i-n Kansas, a Mennonite theo- 
logical institute,-. •. ;l5e~ha^ -also been "active in Sunday school 
work, and organized the Sunday school at Alderfers, below 
Harleysville, Montgomery county, Pa., about 1855, being 
the first Sunday school in that vicinity, which has been kept 
up ever since. He also organized a German Sunday school 
at Chester, Delaware county. Pa., with success. He was also 
one of a committee of five appointed to draw up a preamble 
and resolutions protesting against the Catholics marching into 
the Centennial grounds free, and carrying the Papal flag, in 
1876. He resides at Nicetown, near Germantown, Philadel- 
phia, near \Va)-ne Junction, and is a member of the Mennonite 
Church. In 1893 he was appointed a delegate to the World's 
Fair Denominational Congress. He is also a member of the 
Montgomery County Historical Society, and a life member of 
the American Archeological and Asiatic Association of Iowa. 
From the Germantown I )i dependent, February 23, 1895 : 
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. Cassel, 4333 Ger- 
mantown avenue, was the scene of a pleasant gathering on 
Saturday evening last, it being the fiftieth anniversary of the 
marriage of the host and hostess. About fifty relatives and 
friends were present, among them being two sons, Simeon K. 
Cassel and Abel K. Cassel, with their wives and children. A 
third son resides in the West and was unable to be present. 
Among others present were the Re\^ and Mrs. N. B. Grubb 
and son, the Rev. L. O. Shimmel, Dr. J. K. Cassel, Miss Mina 
Cassel, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rittenhouse, of Norristown ; A. 
Stephan, Mr. and Mrs. Ahlum, F. F. Gabel, Mrs. E. C. Reich- 



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enbach, Mrs. S. C. Fink, Mrs. C. C. Shaffer, Miss Yates, Mrs. 
Murrey and daughters, Mrs. Rickart. 

Congratulatory letters were received from a number of 
friends who were unable to be present, among them the Rev. 
Anthony S. Shelly, of Bailey, Berks county, Pa. ; Prof A. Van 
Helden, George Brubaker Kulp, of Wilkesbarre, Pa. ; the 
Rittenhouse sisters, of " Aeclenbrook," Germantown ; George 
Maurice Abbott, Treasurer of the Philadelphia Library ; Dr. 
George H. Burgin, of Germantown. 

Brief addresses were made by the Rev. Mr. Grubb, the 
Rev. Mr. Shimmel, Messrs. Stephan, Gabel and Rittenhouse, 
Dr. Cassel and others. Music was furnished during the even- 
ing by a quartet from the choir of the thirst Mennonite Church 
of Philadelphia, led by Mr. Ahlum, organist. The presents 
received were numerous and costly. 



388 2 Abraliaiii K. Cassel, b. March 28, 1822; d. 

September 11. 1892, aged 70 years, 6 
months, 13 days: was born in Upper 
Salford township, Montgomery county, 
Pa.; m. Mary Kolb, December 19, 1847, 
a daughter of Rev. Jacob Kolb, at Har- 
leysville, Montgomery county. Pa. ; b. 
January 28, 1828; farmer; has been en- 
gaged in' teaching school for several 
years ; late residence, Hatfield, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa. ; Mennonites. He 
is buried at Salford Mennonite meeting- 
house. 

389 3 Samuel K. Cassel, b. July 20, 1 826 ; d. March 

8, 1 89 1, aged 64 years, 7 months, 16 
days ; m. Elizabeth Hendricks, Septem- 
ber 17, 1855, a daughter of Joseph Hen- 
dricks, of Hilltown, Bucks county. Pa. 
She was born August 20, 1837. 



64 KULP FAMILY. 

He has been engaged in teaching for many years. He 
received his education in a select school, Washington Hall, at 
Trappe, and at Treemount Seminary, Norristown, under Rev. 
Samuel Aaron. He took an actix'e part in the Delaware 
River and Lancaster railroad. He was a member of the 
Board of Directors of said road for a number of years until 
his health failed, in consequence of which he resigned. He 
has in his collection many old and rare books and manuscripts, 
and in 1855 he bought the manuscript and had printed a small 
work entitled " Der Christliche Sanger." He also started a 
genealogical history of the Cassel family, with the intention of 
having it printed, but on account of his health failing he handed 
his papers over to his brother, Daniel K. Cassel, with the re- 
quest to have it finished. He resided at Blooming Glen, 
Bucks county. Pa., followed farming, and was a member of 
the Mennonite society. He died March 8, 1 891, and is buried 
at the Blooming Glen Mennonite meeting-house. His \\ife 
and one daughter sur\i\cd him. 

Individual Faiiiilv 

Gen. . No. No. 

6 390 4 Jacob K. Cassel, M. D., b. Noxember 13, 

1834, in Upper Salford, Montgomery 
county. Pa., near Schwenksville. He 
married Kate Weeks on January 22, 
1863, a daughter of Christian Weeks, of 
Philadelphia. She was born October 2, 
1 841 ; d. October 10, 1888, aged 47 
years and 8 da}'s. She was a school 
teacher. 

His earlier days were spent on his father's farm in summer 
and in attending common school in the winter. He afterwards 
took a course at W^ashington Hall institute, Trappe, Pa. After 
leaving said institution he passed a successful examination 
over seven older competitors for the position of Principal of 
the Sumne}'town Academy. Afterwards he began the study 
of medicine with Drs. Groff and Keelor, at Harleys\ille, 
Montgomer}' count}', Pa., and graduated from the Pennsyl- 




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KULP FAMILY. 65 

vania Medical College. He afterwards located at Nicetown, 
a suburb of Philadelphia. 

In 1862 he was appointed assistant surgeon in, Saturlee 
Hospital ; afterwards transferred to the McClellan: Military 
Hospital. When Fort Delaware was made a depot' for pris- 
oners of war, and the necessity for a hospital at that place be- 
came apparent, Dr. Cassel was assigned to that'duty, until the 
invasion of Pennsylvania by Gen., Lee, when he was assigned 
to active duty in the iield, where he served in various engage- 
ments up to the time of the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, 
He was mustered out on August 15, 1865, and then again as- 
sumed the practice of medicine. He now (1890) holds the 
position as Presideiit of North Philadelphia Medical Society ; 
residence Nicetown, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 181. 
JACOB K0LB5, of Daniel^, of Dillmans, of Martin% 

of DILLMAN^ 



6 391 I Polly Kolh,h. February 19, 1827; d. 1893; 

m. Abraham Benner ; res. Worcester, 
Montgomery county. Pa. ; farmer ; Men- 
nonites. 

6 392 2 ElizabctJi Kolb, b. October 8, 1830; d. No- 

vember 5, 1862; m. David Benner; res. 
Lower Salford, Montgomery county. Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 

^ 393 3 Annie AW/;, b. July 7, 1839; unmarried; res. 

Skippack township, Montgomery county. 
Pa. ; tailoress. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1S2. 
DAVID K0LB5, of Daxiel*, of Dillmans, of MARTIN^ 

of DiLLMAX'. 

In(3ividu.il Family 

Gfu. Xo. Xo. 

6 394 I Sai-ah AW/7, b. February 13, 1846; unmar- 

ried ; res. Port Providence, Montgomery 
count)', Pa. 

2 ElizabctJi Kolh.h. September 17, 1848; m. 
Charles Horner ; no issue. 

3 JoscpJiinc Kolb, b. July 11, 1850; d. July 25, 
1881. 

4 Virginia Kolb, b. April 23, 1852; m. Fred- 
erick Stiteler, February 26, 18S1. 

5 Jacob Kolb, b. Januarj- 5, 1854. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 186. 

ANN FUNKS (Gilbert), of Esther Kolb^ (Funk), of 
Dillman3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

6 399 I Esther Gilbert, b. July 31, 18 19; d. Decem- 

ber 27, 1821. 

6 400 2 Mary Ann Gilbert, b. October 18, 1821 ; d. 

March 20, 1845 ; m. Reuben Frederick 

1843. 

6 401 3 Samuel Gilbert, b. January 30, 1828; m. 

Harriet Harmer, September 19, 1850; d. 
July 24, 1854; children, Jesse and Har- 
mer ; res. Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

6 402 4 Ruth Gilbert, h. INIarch i, 1830; d. August 

10, 1831. 



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lurtividiiul Faiiiilv 



6 403 5 /esse Gi//>iTt, h. April 10, iSt,2 : d. November 

22, 1838. 

6 404 6 Elcanora Gilbert, b. October 7, 1834; m. 

George D. Heist, August 4, 1859; res. 
Abington, Montgomery count}-, Pa. ; 
children, Da\'id, Ann, Flora, Howard, 
Gilbert, George. 

6 405 7 Sarah Gilbert, h. ]u\y 6, 1S37; d. February 

22, 1852. 



CHILDREN OF No. 190. 

ELEANOR FUNKS (Wolf), of Esther Kolb^ (Funk), 
of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dillman\ 

6 406 I Daniel Funk J f '('//', b. July 1,1831, in Ger- 

mantown ; m. Margaret Seelig, of Phila- 
delphia, January I, 1857. 

6 407 2 77;r(?c/c;;r ff7///c7;;/ nW/.b. September 7, 1833; 

m. Elizabeth Justice, December 18. 1859. 
She died April 18, 1 88 1. He married a 
second time to Laura Curran, June 21, 
1886. 

6 408 3 Eleanora Louisa fft^^'.b. February 21, 1835 ; 

m. William Ayres, of Philadelphia, March 
10, 1874 ; no issue. 

6 409 4 John Franklin fJ'!'-'^, b. January 23, 1837 ; m. 

Jane Martin, September 24, 1857. She 
died February 22, 1867 ; issue. He mar- 
ried a second time to Priscilla Murry 
Irwin, September 18, 1873. She died 
March 10, 1883; no issue. He married 
a third time to Elizabeth Kooser, No- 
vember 8, 1884. 



68 KULP FAMILY. 

lurtividual Family 
Gen. Xo, No." 

6 410 5 David Paul [fW/", b. January 26, 1839; d. 

December 26, 1886. 

6 411 6 ElizabctJi CatJiariiic \Volt\h.Y&hxv\d,xy,\^i\2\ 

■ m. James Wood Mcllhenny, October 16, 
1 'i']'}, ; no issue. 

6 412 7 /cj'rc;'/? //cv/rj' [fW/",b. July 12, 1845 ; m. Ellen 

Elizabeth Wallace, of Lancaster, De- 
cember 12,1870; children, Mary Emma^ 
Ida Wallace and Sarah Cecelia. 

6 413 8 SaraJi Cecelia Wolf, b. December 19, 1847. 

6 414 9 George WasJiington JVol/,h. March, 1849. 



CHILDREN OF No. 196. 

KATE K0LB5 (Godshall), of Marti xS of Isaacs, of 
Martin^ of DlLLMA^■^ 

6 415 I Barbara Godsliall, m. Christian Souder ; re- 

sided in Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 197. 

MOLLY K0LB5 (Kolb), of MARTI^-^ of Isaacs, of Mar- 
tin^, of DlLLMAN'. 

6 416 1 Barbara Kolb, d. young aged 13 years. 

6 417 2 Benjauiin Kolb,h. March 18, 18 14; d. Jan- 

uary 18, 1884. 

He was a man highly respected and widely known, a 
gl-eat reader, and a pretty good poet. He left a number ot 
manuscripts of great value to the family, historically, which, 
after his death, came into the hands of his son Elias, residing 



KULP FAMILY. 69 

at Lederachsville, Montgomery county, Pa., whose house was 
destroyed by fire a few years ago, and the papers were all de- 
stroyed. He was also a pretty good musician. He married 
Nancy Kolb on April 6, 1841. She was born May 22, 18 18, 
and was a daughter of Henry Kolb, of Harleysville. 



childrp:n of no. 198. 

SARAH KOLRs (Hunsicker), of Martin*, of Dillman3, 
of Martin^, of Dillman*. 



6 418 I Sarah Hunsicker, m. David Kolb, of Port 

Providence, Pa. ; harness maker. 

6 419 2 Benjamin- F{iinsickcr, m. Miss Winters. 

6 419^^ 3 Jacob Hunsicker, m. Mary Bechtel. 



CPHLDREN OF No. 201. 
ISAAC K0LB5, of Martin*, of Isaacs, of MARTIN^ of 

DILLMAN^ 

6 420 I Isaac Kolb, m. Miss Williams. 

6 421 2 A)in Kolb, m. Henry Harley. 



childrp:n of no. 202. 

ABRAHAM KOLBs, of Martin*, of Lsaac3, of Mar- 

TIN"", of DiLLMAN'. 

6 422 1 Ann W. Kilp, m. William D. Hunsicker, 

son of Henry. 

(K. F.-6.) 



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Individual Faniilv 

Gen. Xo. Xo. 

6 423 2 Henry IV. Kulp, m. Susanna Trout Heller- 

man, daug'hter of George Hellerman, of 
Germantown, a Mennonite minister. 

George Hellerman was one of the first English preachers 
in the Mennonite Church in America. He was stationed at 
Germantown. He occasionally preached at Skippack and 
other places, and belonged to the Franconia Conference. He 
is buried at the Mennonite meeting-house, in Upper Provi- 
dence, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 424 3 Mary Kulp. 

6 425 4 Catharine Knlp, m. Andrew Gallager. 

6 426 5 John ]V. Kulp, d. young. 



chh.drp:n of No. 203. 

NICHOLAS K0LB5, of Martin^ of Isaacs, of MARTI^■^ 

of DlLLMAN\ 

Nicholas Kolb died shortly afterwards and left no child- 
ren. The widow, Elizabeth Kolb, married again to Henry 
Swartley, and had one daughter named — 

6 427 I Barbara Stvartley, resided at Skippackville. 

She married Francis B. Poley, M. D., a 
practicing physician at Skippackville, 
Montgomery county. Pa. He afterwards 
moVed to Norristown, Montgomery 
county, and opened an extensive drug 
store with success, where he afterwards 
died and left several children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 204. 
JOHN K0LB5, of Martin^, of Isaacs, of MARTI^•^ of 

DiLLMAX'. 



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6 428 I Miss A';///, a daughter, m. Schultz. 

429 2 Aliss Kiilp, a daughter, m. Det- 

weiler. 



CHILDREN OF No. 212. 

PHILIP K0LB5, of ISAAC^ of IsAAC3, of MARTIN^ of 
DiLLMAN'. 

6 430 I Isaac Kulp, d. young. 

6 431 2 JoJui Kulp, died in infancy. 

6 432 3 Samuel N. Kiilp, m. Mary Ann Blake. He 

was born November 29, 1826, at Miles- 
town, now a part of Philadelphia, and in 
youth became familiar with farm labor. 

At the age of 17, after a period of attendance at the 
neighboring public school, he learned the trade of millwright 
in Abington township, and continued to follow it until 26 years 
of age. He was on the i6th of December, 1852, married to 
Mary Ann Blake. Three years after his marriage he pur- 
chased a farm in the Twenty-third ward, and for eighteen 
■years resided thereon. He then removed to his present home 
in Abington, where he has since 1873 been employed in farm- 
ing, as also to a limited extent in real estate operations. In 
politics he was a Republican and a supporter of the Lower 
Dublin Baptist Church, of which Mrs. Kolb was a member; 
had six children. 



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6 433 4 Sarah N. Knlp, m. Reuben Harper; two 

children, William and Laura. 

434 5 Margaret N. Ku/p, m. Albert Buckman ; two 

children. 



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Individual Family 
Gen. No. No." 

6 435 6 it//£rc? A'//^, m. Frank Thompson ; one child, 

Mary. 

6 436 7 Maria Knlp, m. John Hawkin.s ; no i.ssue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 218. 

ISAAC M. KULP^ of Abraham Kulp^ of Isaacs, of 
Martin^, of Dillman'. 

6 437 I A)in Kulp, b. May 3, 18 10 (is yet Hving, 

1893), m. James Pierson ; res.. Fox Chase, 
Philadelphia, with her son, a farmer. Her 
children are Henry and Lizzie. 

6 438 2 Abraham Kiilp, b. October 11, 181 1; m. 

Sarah Ryland ; res., Pittville, Philadel- 
phia ; farmer; children, Isaac, John and 
Sarah. 

6 439 3 Hoiry Kjiip,h. August 13, 181 3; m. Sarah 

Davidson ; res., Pittville, Philadelphia ; 
farmer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 221. 
JOHN K0LB5, of Jacobs of Isaacs, of MARTI^•^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

6 440 I Snsaii Kulp, m. James Ball ; children, Mary, 

John and Lizzie. 

6 441 2 Jacob T. Kulp, m. Anna Busby; children, 

Eliza and Henry. 

Jacob T. Kulp, of Germantown, aged 54 years, died sud- 
denly on Sunday, April 17, 1892. He was the son of John 
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KULP FAMILY. 73 

town, and his great-grandmother was one of the original Rit- 
tenhouse family. He was a Repubhcan, and held many public 
positions. He served in the Mint under Presidents Hayes and 
Arthur's administrations. Deceased was a very heavy man, 
weighing 328 pounds, and was six feet three inches high. 



CHH^DREN OF No. 222. 

SARAH KOLB5 (Detweiler), of Jacob^, of Is.4Ac3, of 
Martin^, of Dillman'. 

imilT 
No. No. 

442 I Rebecca Deticei/er, m. Naaman Ployd ; res., 

Germantown, Philadelphia ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 227. 
ABRAHAM KULP^, of JoHx^ of Isaacs, of MARTIN^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

6 443 I Cliarles Kiilp, m. Lydia F'enton ; seven child- 

ren. 

6 444 2 Nathan Taylor Knlp.va.SsWxQ ; three 

children. 

3 Caroline Kulp, m. George Geherell ; no issue. 

4 Rachel Kulp, m. Samuel Thomas ; no issue. 

5 Margaret Knlp, d. young. 

6 Albert Kulp, m. Emma Reiff; no issue; res., 
Twenty-third ward, Philadelphia. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 249. 

MARTIN B. RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholass, of Mar- 
tin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dill- 
man'. 

Individual Family 
Gen. Xo. Xo. 

7 449 I Alariiiic Rittcnhousc\h.-a.hont 1863; residing 

at Germantown ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 250. 

JAMES RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholass, of Martin^, 
of Sarah Kolh^ (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Aiuiic E. Rittenhouse, m. Miller D. Evans. 

2 Horatio Rittenhouse, died single. 

3 Kate Ritten/touse, died single. 

4 Carrie Ritte)i/u>use, died single. 

5 Caroli)ie Rittenhouse, died single. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 251. 

NICHOLAS RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholass, of Mar- 
Tix^, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittehouse), of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

1 Enoeh Rittenhouse, b. ; d. in infancy. 

2 Enoch IV. Rittenhouse, h. 1840; d. March 25, 
1877 ; single. 

3 Anna Sophia Rittenhouse, b. ; d. single. 

4 Martha P. Rittenho?(se, b. ; d. August 

2, 1890; m. Joseph Wise; have two 
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KICHOLAS M. RITTEXHOUSE, JR. 



Gen. 



KULP FAMILY. 75 

vidual Family 

Co. .No. 

7 459 5 William P. RittcnJwusc, b. ; d. in infancy. 

7 460 6 Nicholas M. Rittc)i]LoiiSL\h. h^xW 24, 1844; 

m. Emma Gorga.s Omensetter, July 12, 
1869. She was the third daughter of 
John Omen.setter, a merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

Nicholas M. Rittenhouse was born at Roxborough, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., and received a good common school education 
in Philadelphia. 

In 1 86 1, at the age of seventeen, he entered the volunteer 
service of the United States, and became a member of the 
Second Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanded by Colonel R. 
Butler Price, and served from September, 1861, until Septem- 
ber, 1864, and took part in all the battles of the army of Vir- 
ginia and of the Potomac, during his term of service, except 
those of Antietam and Fredericksburg, being during the 
latter confined in the hospital by fever. He passed through 
all those engagements with only some slight flesh wounds. 

At the battle of Gettysburg he formed a part of General 
Meade's escort. On his return home he engaged in telegraph- 
ing for about two years, after which, in company with his 
brother, Enoch W. Rittenhouse, he went to Baltimore and 
purchased the Baltimore Terra Cotta Works from their uncle, 
George R. Rittenhouse. That gentleman had established the 
works about twenty-one years previously, and had by long- 
continued and careful experiment brought them to a high 
degree of perfection. They conducted the business together 
until the death of Enoch, March 25, 1877, since which time 
Nicholas M. Rittenhouse has been alone in the management. 

The Baltimore Terra Cotta Works are the oldest of the 
kind in the South. 

Nicholas M. Rittenhouse is in possession of a Britannia 
tea-set made by John Dixon & Son, in England, in 1678 
(name stamped on it), which was brought to this country by 
the ancestors, and handed down through all generations of 



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the Rittenhouse family and is now in possession of Nicholas 
M. Rittenhouse, at Baltimore, and by him held in high esteem. 
When on a visit to Baltimore in 1892 I had the honor of 
taking tea with the family, when the above-mentioned tea-set 
was brought into requisition. — [Author.] 



Elizabeth Rittenhouse, b. 1846; d. July 18, 
1891 ; m. John G. Brooks, December 29, 
1868; res., Roxborough, Philadelphia. 

Mary Rittenhouse, h. ; d. 1891 ; unmar- 
ried. 

Sallie Rittenhouse, b. ; d. ; unmar- 
ried. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 252. 

CHARLES RITTENHOUSE^ of Niciiolass, of Mar- 
tin4, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Mary Rittenho2ise,h. 1834; d. single. 

2 Sarah Rittenhousc,h. February i, 1836; un- 
married. 

3 Elisabeth Rittenhouse, b. November 22, 1 837 ; 
d. in infancy. 

4 Cornelia Rittenhouse, h. November 2, 1839; 
m. Peter L. Smith ; no issue. 

5 Van Bra7idt Rittenhouse, b. April i, 1842; 
m. Laura Randall ; res. near Baltimore. 

6 Sophia Rittenhouse, b. August 20, 1845 ; m. 

Aubrey Hopkins ; had two children ; 
both died young. 

7 470 7 George N'. Rittenhouse, b. September i , 1 847 ; 

m. Alice Birch ; had one child ; died in 
infancy. 



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ludividual Family 

•Gea. Xo. No. 

7 4/1 8 Anna Roda Rittcnlioiisc, b. November 23, 

. 1848; died aged 32 years. 

7 472 9 James RittcnJhousi\ b. November 20, 1850; 

m. Mary Josephine Craggs. 

7 473 10 Martin Alexander RittCiiho2isc,h. 1853; 

d. in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 253. 

JOSIAH RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholass, of MARTIN^ 
of Sarah Kol,b3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 

7 474 I iTww^r AV/ZdV/Zfc'W.sT, d. young, aged 21 years; 

a teacher in the Moravian school at 
Bethlehem. 

7 475 2 Nicholas Rit'oilLonse, b. ; d. ; re- 

sided near Line Lexington, Bucks coun- 
ty, Pa. His will is recorded at Doyles- 
town, Bucks county. Pa.; was never 
married. 



CHILDREN OF No. 254. 

GEORGE P. RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholas^, of Mar- 
tin-*, of Sarah Kolbs (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Kate RittenJiJuse, died young. 

2 Grace RittenJionsc. 

3 Kate RittenJionse, m. Frank Nixon ; have two 
children. 

4 Alay Rittenlionse. 

5 Martha Rittenlionse. 

6 William Rittenhouse ; resided in Baltimore. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 257. 
WILLIAM UMSTED^ of Elizabeth Rittenhouse^ 
(Umsted), of MARTI^•^ of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of 



MARTIN^ of DiLLMAX'. 

Imiividual Family 



Gen 



7 ' 482 I Daniel R. Umsted, b. November 8, 1827; 

farmer ; m. Leah Benner, of Franconia, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

7 483 2 Thomas R. Umsted, b. August 20, 1829; m. 

Francis P. Monfay; d. 1863; m. again 
to Isabella StuU. 

7 484 3 Josiali R. Umsted, b. September 5, 1831 ; m. 

Kate Staub, of Nicetown, Philadelphia ; 
res., Franklin street, Philadelphia. 

7 485 4 Amanda Umsted, h. October 25, 1833; d. 

October 2, 1870; m. William Tyson, of 
Rittenhousetown, on March 21, 1853. 

7 486 5 Angeliiie Umsted, b. January 25, 1836; m. 

Jacob Everman, November 17, 1857; 
now deceased. 

7 487 6 William W. Umsted, b. July 4, 1838; m. 

Elizabeth Lord, April 15, 1869. She 
died January i, 1 87 1. He married a 
second time to Josephine Boemer, in 
1874. She died in 1884; his occupation 
carpenter and builder ; residence, Ritten- 
housetown, Philadelphia. 

7 488 7 FJmira Umsted, b. July 10, 1841 ; lives with 

her brother, William, at Rittenhouse- 
town. 

7 489 8 Morris Umsted, b. December 25, 1843; "i- 

Hannah Strahley, December 24, 1868; 
res.. Ninth and Diamond streets, Phila- 
delphia ; engineer. 



KULP FAMILY. 79 

7 490 9 Sarah U/nstcd, b. February 27, 1850; d. 

February 8, 1 851. 



CHILDREN OF No. 258. 

ARNOLD UMSTED^ of Elizabeth Rittenhouses 
(Umsted), of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Mar- 
tin^, of DlI.LMAN'. 

1 ElizabetJi Unistcd, m. Edward Jeffries ; had 
children and s^n-andchildren. 

2 Sarah 67//.s-/dv/, m. Taylor Raser ; one* child, 
Taylor. 

3 Mary Ann 6wjrAv/, m. George Fulmer ; have 
children and grandchildren. 

4 TJionias Unistcd, m. Lizzie Piatt ; two daugh- 
ters. 

5 Ellen Umsted, m. Robert Jenkins ; have 
children and grandchildren. 

6 Josepli Umsted. 

7 Charles Umsted. 

8 Anuld Umsted. 

9 Jnlia Umsted, m. Martin Ettinger, son of 
Jacob Ettinger, of Salfordville, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. ; have one son, 
Martin. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 259. 

CATHARINE UMSTED^ of Elizabeth Ritten- 
HOUSE5 (Umsted), of Martin"*, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), 
of Martin^ of Dillman'. 



80 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Familv 

Gen. Xo. No." 

7 500 I Elizabctli Hartnian, m. Aaron Stover ; have 

three children, Frank, Harr)- and Maud, 
of Quakertown, Pa. 

7 501 2 y<:M-i:y'// //<'?'/'/w^?/7, m. Celesta Woodring ; have 

six children, William, Oliver, Robert, 
Frank, Martin, Lamar. 

7 502 3 Kate Ha/tmaii, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 260. 

HENRY R. RITTENHOUSE^ of Jacob Ds., of Mar- 
TiN'^, of Sarah Kolbs (Rittenhouse), of Martix% of Dillman'. 

7 503 I Alaiy M. Rittc}ihousc,h. 1831; m. Abel 

Thomas ; had three children, Malinda, 
Henry and Edwin. 

7 504 2 Charles A. Rittenhouse, b. 1832; m. 

]\Lary Croll ; their children, Hannah, 
Henr)% Charles, William, and David Le 
Roy ; residing at Norristown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 261. 

DAVID RITTENHOUSE^, of Jacob D^., of Martin^, 
of Sarah Kolb3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Alary Rittenliouse. 

2 Henry Rittenhonsc. 

3 David Rittenlionsc. 

4 Ennna RittenJioiise. 

5 Jacob Ritten/iouse. 



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lu.Hvi.Uial Familv 

No. Xo. 

7 510 6 Saiiutel RittciiJiousc. 

7 511 7 Anna Rittcniionsc, deceased. 

7 512 8 Lizzie Rittciilunisc, deceased. 

All of Upper Providence, Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 262. 

MARTIN RITTENHOUSE^ of Jacob D^., of Martin^, 
of Sarah Kolb^, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 513 I Rosabella Rittoihonsc, m. Courtland Dickin- 

son. 

7 514 2 Elmira Rittciilunisc, m. Harry Dyer; have 

one son and two dauehters. 



CHILDREN OF No. 263. 

SUSANNA RITTENHOUSP:^ (Bechtel), of Jacob D^., 
of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTIN^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 515 I ]\ llliavi Bcchtcl. 

7 516 2 ]\Iary Bcchtcl. 

7 517 3 Sarah Bcchtcl, died yonng. 

Upper Providence. 



CHILDREN OF No. 269. 

WILLIAM RITTENHOUSE^ of Jacob Ds., of Mar- 
tin*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

7 518 I Enuiia L. Rittenhouse, m. Joseph V. Bean; 



82 KULP FAMILY. 



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had one child, Worthington R. ; res., 
Norristown, Pa. ; three, Clara, James and 
William, died young. 

2 Annie Rittoilionsc, m. Charles H. Belsford, 

May 28, 1874; public school teacher. 

3 Henry H. Rittoiliousc, m. Ida Sommers, of 

Philadelphia ; express messenger. 

4 Lizzie Rittenhouse, m. Winfield White, on 

July 4, 1876, of Gwynedd, near Lansdale, 
Pa. ; a Justice of the Peace. 



CHILDREN OF No. 270. 

ELIZABETH RITTENHOUSE^ (Detweiler), of Jacob 
D5., of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^ 
of Dillman'. 

7 522 I Tlieodore Deticeiler,m-;xrY\Qd\ had one child. 

7 523 2 Frank Detiveiler. 

7 524 3 Jeanetta Detweiler. 

All of Montgomery county, Pa. 



childrp:n of No. 271. 

ANN RITTENHOUSE^ (Evans), of Jacob D^., of Mar- 
tin^, Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of DILLMAN^ 

7 525 I Thomas E^'ans, m. Jane Umsted ; children, 

Grant, Gertrude and Bertie. 

7 526 2 Fra)ik Evans, unmarried. 

7 527 3 Martin Evans, m. Ada Johnson ; resides in 

Kansas. 



KULP FAMILY. 83 

7 528 4 Bdzi'in £-c'nHS,m. M'mme Johnson; resides in 

Kansas. 

7 529 5 AiDia E'iUins, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 272. 

RACHEL RITTENHOUSE^ (Hunsicker), of Jacob D\, 
of Martin'*, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7530 I A^cii'toii HiDisickcr, deceased ; was married 

to Bessie ; children, Agnes, Ber- 

tine and Rachel. 

7 531 2 Annie Hunsicker, m. Newton Wanner. 

7 532 3 Lir^zic Hunsicker, m. Rev. A. B. Markley ; 

one child, Mary Markley. 

7 533 4 Alice Hunsicker, m. Dr. John Niles, of Car- 

bondale, Luzerne county. Pa. 

7 534 5 Susan Hunsicker. 

7 535 6 ^/vv?/'<rr/;/ 7/////.s7V/'^7', m. Hattie Federolf ; no 

issue ; Collegeville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 273. 

SAMUEL R. RITTENHOUSE^ of Jacob Ds., of Mar- 
TiN'*, of Sarah Kolbs (Rittenhouse), of Martin^ of DILLMAN^ 

7 53^ I John RittenJiouse, b. July 22, 1859; d. Au- 

gust 17, 1863. 

7 537 2 Jacob S. Rittenhouse, M. D., b. June 3, 1861 ; 

m. P^mma Griesemer, on June 12, 1888; 
children, Roeer G. and Esther. 



84 KULP FAMILY. 

Dr. Jacob S. Rittenhouse, of Reading, Pa., is the son ot 
Dr. Samuel R. and Anna M. Rittenhouse. He was born at 
Macungie, Lehigh county, Pa., June 3, 1 861. When he was 
seven years old his parents moved to Reading and he received 
his elementary education in the latter place. After leaving 
the public schools he took a few years course in languages 
and the natural sciences in the Scientific Academy of the Hon. 
D. B. Brunner. In the fall of 1882 he matriculated in the 
Hahneman Medical College of Philadelphia, and received the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the 3d day of April, 1885. 
During the last year of his college course he was selected by 
his class to lecture on the subject of pathology and the prac- 
tice of medicine. After his graduation he associated with his 
father in the practice of his profession. Much of the winter 
of 1887-88 he spent in the New York Polyclinic and other 
hospitals of New York city, devoting particular attention to 
the study of special departments of medicine. June 12, 1888, 
he married Miss Emma K. Griesemer, a daughter of Benne- 
ville D. and Hannah K. Griesemer, of Griesemersville, Berks 
county. Pa. Two children have been born to them. The 
first born, Roger G., was a vigorous boy, but a severe illness 
of a few weeks duration caused his death when he was not 
yet eleven months old. Mary Esther, the second child, is a 
growing girl of seventeen months. Dr. Rittenhouse was 
formerly president of the Hahneman Medical Society, of Read- 
ing, is a member of the Homeopathic, and surgeon to the 
Reading Homeopathic Hospital. 

ludiviilual FumUv 

Geu. No. Xo. ■ 

7 538 3 Atinic Rittenhouse, b. December 3, 1862. 

7 539 4 Hannah Rittcnhonsc, b. July 23, 1866. 



CHILDREN OF No. 274. 

ABRAHAM REINER^ of Sarah Rittenhouses 
(Reiner), of Martin^, of Sarah Kolbs (Rittenhouse), of Mar- 
tin^ of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 85 

Went to New Jersey and married a widow there and 
had— 

Iiiiiividiiiil Kamily 

Gen. Xo. No. 

7 540 I One chUd, who died at the age of twenty- 

years unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 275. 

PHILIP H. R^:INER^ of Sarah Rittenhouses (Keiner), 
of Martin*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhou.se), of Martin^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 541 I Alice Reiner, unmarried. 

7 541/-^ 2 Mary Reiner, unnvcxrYiQd; residence, Milford 
Square, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 276. 

MARTIN REINER^of Sarah Rittenhouses (Reiner), 
of Martin*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhou.se), of Martin^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 552 I Isaac Z. Reiner, m. Miss Jane Gotwals, a 

daughter of Joseph Gotwals ; res., Eagle- 
ville. Pa.; they have two children, resid- 
ing at Eagleville, Pa. 

7 553 2 Sarah Reiner, m. Michael G. Grater; have 

two children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 277. 

LEVI REINP^R^, of Sar.vh Rittenhouses (Reiner), of 
Martin*, of Sarah Kolbs (Rittenhou.se), of Martin^, of Dill- 
man'. 

(K. F.-7.) 



86 KULP FAMILY. 



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1 Marti/i Rcinrr,m.Ka.te Clcmmer; one child, 

Abraham. 

2 Horace Reiner, m. Ida Roberts. 

3 David Reiner, m. Fannie Tyson. 

4 Annie Reiner, m. John Major. 

5 Maggie Reiner, single; Lower Providence, 

Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 278. 

HANNAH REINP:R6 (Buckwalter), of Sarah Ritten- 
houses (Reiner), of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), 
of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

7 549 I Charles W. Buckwalter, was drowned in 

Schuylkill river. 

7 550 2 Abraham Reiner Buckwalter, was drowned 

in Schuylkill river. 

7 551 3 Sarah R. Buckzvalter, m. first Lewis Horn- 

ing ; second, Eugene Yerk, of Trappe, 
Pa. 

7 552 4 JoJin R. Buckwalter, m. Amanda Cassel, 

daughter of Abraham Cassel, of White's 
corner, near Lansdale ; res., Winchester, 
Kentucky ; Farmers' P. O. 

7 553 5 Geoffrey Buckwalter, Vv'mci^diX of the High 

School, of Camden, N. J. 

7 554 6 Jacob Bnckiualter, ^'mgXe; is with his brother 

John in Kentucky ; Farmers' P. O. 

7 555 7 Annie Buckwalter, deceased. 



KULP FAMILY. 8/ 



Indi\ iilual Faiiiilv 



7 556 8 Ha/Diah S. B2/ckivaItcr,dQce3.?,ed\ was mar- 

ried to Charles Garber. 

7 557 9 Daniel Webster Buckzvalter, m. Emma L. 

Williams ; have children ; resides in Phil- 
adelphia, and is in the Philadelphia post- 
office (1894). 

7 558 10 Mary Buckzcalter, died single. 



CHILDREN OF No. 279. 

REBECCA REINER^ (Rambo), of Sarah Ritten- 
houses (Reiner), of Martin'*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), 

of MARTI^•^ of DiLLMAN'. 

7 559 I iT;//;//^ /?<'^;/'/'/''c^ m. Peter Schaeffer ; res., Phil- 

adelphia ; conveyancer and real estate ; 
they have two children. 

7 560 2 Abraham Reiner Ra)Hbo,M'3.s vnTixviQdio^eWe 

Ferguson ; had one child, Eleanor. 



CHILDREN OF No. 280. 

DAVID REINER^ of Sarah Rittenhouses (Reiner), 
of Martin, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 561 I Mary Reiner, m. Isaiah Boorse ; children, 

Ella, Joseph, two more ; res., Jefferson- 
ville, Pa. 

7 562 2 Lizzie Reiner, m. Joseph Landis ; one son ; 

res., Collegeville, Pa. 

7 563 3 Sallie Reiner, m. Frank Farringer ; three 

children ; res., Ironbridge, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 



564 4 Ennna Reiner, m. Levi Yerkes. He died 

1887; one child, Lizzie; res., College- 
ville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 281. 

EMELINE REINER^ of Sarah Rittenhouses (Reiner), 
of Martin4, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), of Martin^ o 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 577 I Martine Ritte)iJumse, unmarried ; residing at 

Germantown, Philadelphia, with her 
mother. 



CHILDREN OF No. 282. 

CHARLES NIXON^, of Sus.^nna Rittenhouse^ (Nix- 
on), of Martin^^ of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^ 

of DiLLMAX'. 

1 Daniel W. iVz;i'^;z, b. December 20, 1854; m. 
Frances H. Weeks ; no issue. 

2 Anna S. Nixon, b. May 4, 1856; m. Milton 
E. Worley ; two children. 

3 Isabella Nixon, h. May 29, 1858; m. Samuel 
Lefevre ; one son. 

4 Charles Nixon, b. January 6, 1 860 ; m. Wil- 
liam Hitesman. 

5 Sallie Nixon, b. February 18, 1864. 

6 Emma Nixon, b. January 10, 1866. 

7 Harry Nixo7i, b. April 30, 1868 ; d. Septem- 
ber 30, 1884. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 283. 

WILLIAM R. NIXON^ of Susanna Rittenhouses 
(Nixon), of Martin^ of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), of Mar- 
tin^, of Dillman'. 

ludividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 582 I Amelia Nixon, d. young, aged 4 years; b. 

August II, 1836; d. April 15, 1840. 

7 583 2 Theodore [Adcuiis) H.Nixon,h. Yehvud-ry 22, 
1838; d. January 20, 1867; m. Susie 
Hall ; b. 1837 ; d. July 20, 1866. 

7 584 3 WillicDH H. Nixon, b. January 26, 1 840; m. 

Clara R. Pearson ; res., Philadelphia ; 
paper merchant ; office, Drexel Building. 

7 585 4 Cornelia M.Nixon, b. March 28, 1843; ^■ 

Henry W. Moore, D. D. S. ; no issue. 

7 586 5 Kate S.Nixon, b. April 6, 1845; m. John 

H. Young, M. D. ; residing in Philadel- 
phia. 

7 587 6 Sarah R.Nixon, h. February 3, 1847; d. 

June 21, 1873; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 284. 

THOMAS NIXON^ of Susanna RittenhousfJ (Nixon), 
of Martin^ of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTIN^ of 
Dillman^ 

7 588 I Thomas Nixon, died in infancy. 

7 589 2 Snsanna Rittenhouse Nixon, m. James Os- 

trander, of Richmond, Ind. 

7 590 3 Morris Nixon, married. 



90 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Famllr 

Gen. No. Xo. ' 

7 591 4 Martin Nixon Nixon, b. at Mill Grove, Au- 

gust 4, 1845, near Cincinnati, Ohio; m. 
Mary Ann Thorp, August 18, 1874, at 
Richmond, Wayne county, Ind. ; res., 
West Philadelphia. 

7 592 5 Louise Nixon, m. Judge White, of Spring- 

field, Ohio ; deceased ; no issue. 

6 Frank Nixon, m. Kate Rittenhouse. 

7 Williaju Nixon. 

8 Finlcy Nixon. 

9 Elizabeth Nixon, unmarried. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 285. 

MARTIN NIXON^ of Susanna Rittenhguses (Nixon), 
of Martin-*, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), of Martin', of 
Dillman'. 

7 597 I Martha Brozvn Nixon, b. 1847; m. Alfred 

G. Miller. 

7 598 2 George Feinonr Nixon, b. October 6, 185 i. 

7 599 3 Alice Feinour Nixon, b. July 15, 1857. 

7 600 4 Martine Feinour Nixon, b. May 7, i860; of 

Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 286. 

HENRY M. NIXON^ of Susanna Rittenhouses (Nix- 
on), of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), of Martin', 

of DiLLMAN'. 

7 601 I Susanna B. Nixon, b. May 30, 1848; m. 

James Latimer, December 15, 1869. 



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Individual Family 

No. 

2 Mzry v5. Nixon, b. April 27, 1854; m. May 
1 1, 1873, to Gilbert H.. Blaker. 

3 Fannie B. Nixon, b. September 16, 1844; d. 
June 14, 1889; m. Charles Gray. 

4 Henry M. Nixon, b. August 17, 1850; m. 
Phebe Parry, June, 1874. 

5 Cornelia Nixon, b. March 30, 1856; m. De- 
cember 9, 1874, Joseph P. Grans; b. 
March 5, 1847 ; d. October 9, 1893 ; res., 
Frankford, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 287. 

NICHOLAS RITTENHOUSE NIXON^, of Susanna 
Rittenhouses (Nixon), of Martin*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Ritten- 
house), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 606 I Charles Adams Nixon, b. October 20, 1849; 

m. Telula Marshall, May 23, 1885. 

2 William Strout Nixon, b. April 22, 1853. 

3 Kate Francis Nixon, b. August 21, 1855. 

4 Horace Greeley Nixon, b. October 20, 1858 ; 

m. Martha E. Brannin, October 12, 1886. 

7 610 5 Mary Morris Nixon, b. October 20, 1858; 

m. Kate C. Coffin, June 25, 1885. 

7 611 6 Mildred Mary Nixon, \i.yi2.xc\i 2, \^62; A. 

December 1 1, 1 891. 

7 612 7 Clara Rittenlwuse Nixon, h.]?inwAxy \,\ 



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CHILDREN OF No. 288. 

AMOS RITTENHOUSE^ of Martin D^., of MARTIN^ 
of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhou.se), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 613 I Mary Anii Rittcnhousc, m. Enoch Ritten- 

house, of Rock Glen Luzerne county, 
Pa. 

2 Caleb RittcnJunisc, d. .sing'le aged 25 years. 

3 Joseph Rittenhousc, m. Ehza Yost. 

4 Jesse Rittenhouse , m. Elmira Smith. She 
died. He married again to Jane Johnson. 



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CHH.DREN OF No. 290. 

ANN RITTENHOUSE'^ (Wolf), of Martin D^., of 
Martin-*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dill- 
man'. 

1 Martin Wolf, b. April 22, 1842. 

2 Eleniina Wolf, b. June 25, 1843. 

3 Andrezu Wolf, b. April 20, 1846. 

4 Stephen Wolfh. December 15, 1848. 
All of Rock Glen, Luzerne county. Pa. 



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childrp:n of no. 291. 

SARAH rittenhouse^ (Johnson), of Martin D\, 
of Martin-*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhou.se), of Martin^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 621 I Martin Johnso7i, m. Mary Turnbach. 



KULP FAMILY. 93 

Individual Faniilv 

Gen. Xo. No. 

7 622 2 JoJui Jo/nisoii, unmarried. 

7 623 3 Nic/iolas Johnson, m. Emanda Trumbell. 

She died. He married a second time to 
Caroline Hauze ; then she died also, and 
he married a third time to Catharine 
Rittenhouse, ncc Nungesser. 

7 624 4 Nnvton JoJinson, m. Emelia Harman. 

7 625 5 Esnina Johnson, m. Benjamin Sides. 

All of near Berwick, Luzerne county. Pa. 



MAN 


;'. 


7 


626 


7 


627 


7 


628 


7 


629 



CHILDREN OF No. 292. 

PHEBE RITTENHOUSE^ (Hauzc), of Martin D^., of 
Martin'*, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dill- 



1 George Ha2ize, unmarried. 

2 Amelia Hanze, m. George Baton ; three 
children. 

3 Zj'(/m 7/^?//,crr, m. Daniel Bitler; six children. 

4 AbraJiain Hauze, m. lilmira Welsh ; three 

children. 

7 630 5 Amos Hanze, m. F"annie Smoyer ; two child- 

ren. 

6 Susie Hauze, m. Andrew Fritz ; five children. 

7 Hannah Hauze, m. Mad O'Brian ; three 
children. 

8 James Hauze, m. Eliza Smith ; two children. 

9 Ella Hauze, m. Stephen Kirkendale ; one 
child ; of near Berwick, Columbia county, 
Pa. 



7 


t)3i 


7 


632 


7 


633 


7 


634 



94 " KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 295. 

MARY RITTENHOUSE'^ (Smith), of M.artin D^., of 
Martin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTIN^ of Dill- 
man'. 

luilividual Family 

Gen. No. No. " 

7 635 I yiwr//^ 5w////, b. September 10, 1857. 

7 636 2 5^^//r 5;//////, b. June 4, 1863. 

7 ^57 3 ^/''^'^^^' -S";//////, b. January 23, 1869. 

All of Rock Glen, Luzerne county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 297. 

ANN KOLB^ (Bergey), of Davids, of He.nrv^, of Dill- 
man3, of Matrtin^ of Dillman'. 

7 638 I /<:7-:W^ A'. i5r;-^'-<:j,b. April 10, 1836; m. Mary 

Wagner; b. June 18, 1835 ; daughter of 
Jacob Wagner ; res., Lower Salford, 
Montgomery county. Pa. ; farmer. 

7 639 2 Williajn Bcrgcy, m. Clara Federolf; res., 

Lower Salford, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer. 

7 640 3 David Bcrgcy, m. Amanda Wagner; res.. 

Lower Salford, Montgomery county. Pa. ; 
saw and chopping mill. 

7 641 4 Katie Ann Bcrgcy, b. April 7, 1845 ; m- Eli 

C. Leidy on March 24, 1865 ; cigar man- 
ufacturer ; res., Philadelphia ; formerly 
from Juniata county, Pa. He died Octo- 
ber 14, 1885, while with his father in 
Juniata county, and is buried there. 

7 642 5 John Bcrgcy, m. Malard Reed ; residence, 

Schwenksville, Montgomery county. Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 95 

CHILDREN OF No. 298. 

MARTIN KULP^ of Davids, of HE^'RV^ of Dillmans, 
of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Faniih' 

Gen. No. No.' 

7 643 1 Sj'k'aii/ts Ku!p, m. Ella Custer. 

7 644 2 Annie Kulp, unmarried (in 1 891). 

7 645 3 Amanda Kulp, m. Samuel Custer. 

7 646 4 Jane Knlp, m. Bechtel. 

7 647 5 Sallic Ku/p, m. Abraham Geller. 

7 648 6 Emma Kiilp, m. Abner Rosenberger. 

7 649 7 Esther Kiiip. 

All of Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 299. 
ABRAHAM KOLB^ of Davids, of Henry^, of Dill- 

MAN3, of MARTIN^ of DiLLMAN'. 

7 650 I Isaiah Kulp, m. Cassel. She died. 

He married again to Cassel, a 

sister to first wife ; res., Lansdale, Pa. 

7 65 1 2 Lizzie Ku'.p, m. Samuel Mather. 



CHILDREN OF No. 300. 

ENOS KOLB^ of Davids, of Henry-*, of Dillman3, of 
Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 652 I Oliver Kulp ; d. single. 

7 653 2 Robert Kulp. 



9^ KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. Xo. No. ' 

7 654 3 Liacic Kulp ; married. 

7 655 4 Matilda Knip ; died. 

All of Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 302. 

HARRIET KULP^ (Latshaw), of Davids, of Henrv4, 
of DiLLMA\3, of Martin^ of Dillman\ 

7 656 I Enos Latshaiu, b. May 7, 1853; m. Maggie 

Knox. 

7 657 2 Esther Eliza Latshaic, b. April 6, 1858; m. 

\V. A. Warren. He died. She married 
again to ELsbery Knox. 

7 658 3 Theodore Latshazi.\h. ]u\y \^, 1^60; m. Cor- 

nelia S. Brown. 

7 659 4 Irzoin Latshai^\ b. February 22, 1856; m. 
Miss Hoot. 

7 660 5 Clayton Latshazv, b. November 2, 1867; m. 

Bertha Geiger. 

7 661 6 A)in Louisa LatshazL',h. A^inl 23, 1852; d. 

June 25, 1852. 

7 662 7 Ann Rebecca Latshazi',h. Miwch 15, 1863; 

died young. 

7 663 8 An infant, b. April i, 1864; died in infancy. 

All of Chester county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 303. 

JACOB KULP^ of DAVID5, of Henry^, of Dillmax3, of 
Martin^ of Dillman^ 



7 664 I Daniel Kulp. 









KULP FAMILY. 97 


Gen. 

7 


Individual 
665 


Kamilj 
Xo. 

2 


Jen /lie Kill p. 


7 


666 


3 


Frank Kiilp. 


7 


667 


4 


William Kid p. 


7 


668 


5 


Albert Kitlp. 


7 


669 


6 


Many Kiilp. 


7 


670 


7 


Levi Kill p. 


7 


671 


8 


Webster Kid p. 


7 


672 


9 


]\Iary Kidp. 


7 


^7?> 


10 


Hainiah Kidp ; resided in the State of Dela- 
ware, near Harrington, then moved to 
the West. 



CHILDREN OF No. 304. 

MARGARET KULP^ (Heterich), of David^ of Henry^ 
of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Benjamin Heterieh. 

2 Sallie Heterieh, m. Nice. 

3 ]\Iary Heterich, m. Emanuel Trumbore. 

4 Harriet Heterich. 

5 Henry Heterich, m. Mary Johnson. 

6 Daniel Heterieh. 

7 Wilson Heterich, m. Ella Bean. 

8 Ella Heterieh. 
All of Montgomery county. Pa. 



7 


674 


7 


675 


7 


676 


7 


677 


7 


678 


7 


679 


7 


680 


7 


681 



98 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 343. 

ANN KELTER6 (Frey). of Elizabeth Kolbs (Kelter), 
of Matthias'*, of Dillman^, of Martin^ of DILLMA^^ 

Ini1i>i.lual FaiiiilT 

Gen. No. No.' 

7 682 I Jacob Frcy. 

7 683 2 Elizabeth' Frn',h. ; m. Matthew Kolb. 



CHILDREN OF No. 344. 

DAVID KELTER^ of Elizabeth Kolrs (Kelter), of 
Matthias'*, of Dillma.\3, of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 

7 684 I Sylvester Kelter ; Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 345. 

HANNAH KELTER^ (John.son), of Elizabeth Kolbs 
(Kelter), of Matthias'*, of Dillman^, of Martin^, of Dill- 
man'. 

7 685 I Albert Johnson ; Pottstown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 347. 

MATTHIAS KELTER^ of Elizabeth Kolbs (Kelter), 
of Matthias'*, of Dillman^, of Martin^, of Dillman\ 

7 686 I Keyser Kelter. 

7 686a 2 Enujia Kelter. 

7 686b 3 Frank Kelter ; Collegeville, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 99 

CHILDREN OF No. 350. 
SUSAN KELTER^ (Godshall), of Elizabeth Kolbs 
(Kelter), of Matthias^ of Dillmans, of Martin% of Dill- 



1 Jacob Havcy Godshall. 

2 Anna Margaret Godshall. 

3 Mary Jane Godshall. 

4 Alice Elizabeth Godshall. 

5 David Marsellers Godshall. 

6 Matthias Alton Godshall. 

7 Flora Ella Godshall. 

8 William Allen Godshall. 

9 Jolvi Clinto)i Godshall. 

10 Sylvester Ekoood Godshall. 

1 1 Charles Herbert Godshall. 
All of Montgomery county, Pa. 



MA 


N'. 


Gen. 

7 


Indiviiiml 
687 


7 


688 


7 


689 


7 


690 


7 


691 


7 


692 


7 


693 


7 


694 


7 


695 


7 


696 


7 


697 



CHILDREN OF No. 352. 
ANN KOLB^ (Fink), of Jacob^, of MATTHIAs^ of Dill- 

MAN3, of MARTI^^ of DiLLMAN'. 

7 698 I John Fink, at Brooklyn, New York. 



CHILDREN OF No. 353. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Heistand) of Jacobs, of Mat- 
THIAS4, of Dillman3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

7 699 I Elizabeth Heistand, m. Daniel Shalkop, Ches- 

ter county, Pa. 



378014 



lOO KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 358. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Hendricks), of Johns, of Mat- 
THiAS"*, of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

ladiWdual Faniily 

Gen. No. No. 

7 700 I Benjamin Franklin Hendricks, b. May lO, 

1856. 

7 701 2 Jacob Hendricks, b. February 22, 1859. 

7 702 3 Aaron Hendricks, b. December 12, 1857; d. 

May 18, 188 1 ; was married to Margaret 
Lincoln. 



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03 4 Sarah Hendricks, b. January 21, 1862. 

All of Spring City, Chester county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 359. 

ANN KULP^ (Funk), of John^, of Matthias^, of Dill- 
man3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

1 John K. Funk, b. October 9, 1853 ; m. Lizzie 
D. Hiestand, b. August 19, 1855. 

2 Jacob H. Funk, b. October 27, 1855; d. 
March 22, 1861. 

3 Sarah Funk, b. August 14, 1857; d. April 
17, 1861. 

4 Jonathan David Funk, b. October 9, 1859; 
d. August 4, i860. 

,5 Isaac Irvin Fiink, b. February 28, 1861 ; m. 
Alice Slip, b. April 12, i860. 

6 Annie Funk, b. August 14, 1862; m. Leon- 
ard Cook, b. April 16, 1859. 



7 


704 


7 


705 


7 


706 


7 


707 


7 


708 


7 


709 



KULP FAMILY. lOI 



luiliviilual 



Gen. 



7 710 7 Aaron Funk, b. August 12, 1864; m. Fannie 

Longenacker, b. October 16, 1863. 

7 711 8 Maiy Fnjik, b. February 22, 1866. 

7 712 9 Z/.;-,s7V /v////', b. August 19, 1869. 

All of Chester county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. iS9%- 

JONATHAN KULP^ of Johns, of Matthias^, of Dill- 
man3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

7 713 I John F. Kiilp, b. December 16, 1850 ; m. 

Amanda J. Zoller, b. September 2, 1850. 

7 714 2 Jacob F. Knlp^h. March 12, 1852; m. Emma 

l^uckvvalter on October 23, 1875 ; she 
was born August 8, 1855. 

7 715 3 Sarah F. Kuip, b. September i, 1854; d. 

March 13, i86r. 

All of Chester county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 359^^. 

MARY KULP^ (SchHchter), of John^ of Matthias^ of 
Dillman3, of Martin'', of Dillman^ 

7 716 I Sarah SchHchter, b. January 25, 1858; m. 

Henry Styer, b. March 27, 1856. 

7 717 2 John SchHchter, h. ]\xnQ 17, 1859; n^- Flora 

Kate Prizer, b. February 19, 1859; one 
daughter, Mary SchHchter, b. February 
10, 1883. 

(K. F.-8.) 



102 KULP FAMILY. 

ludividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 718 3 Webster Schlichtcr, b. September 17, 1861 ; 

m. Lillie Cora Finkenbeiner. 

7 719 4 Elizabeth Sehliehter, b. June 17, 1864. 

7 720 5 y^;////V Sehliehter, b. February 18, 1866. 

7 721 ' 6 Art//V Sehliehter, h. November 13, 1876; d. 
June 20, 1877. 

All of Chester county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 359^. 
LYDIA KOLB^ (Kimes), of Johns, of Matthias*, of 

DlLLMAN^ of MaRTIN% of DiLLMAN\ 

7 722 I ElizabetJi D. Kimes, b. January 25, 1854; d. 

April I, 1 86 1. 

7 723 2 /iV/;/ A'. A7;//r.y,b. January 7, 1857; d. March 

30, 1861. 

7 724 3 Sarah CatJiarine Kimes, b. September 30, 

1858; d. April 17, 1861. 

7 725 4 James K. Kimes, b. March 14, 1861 ; m. 

Sallie R. Moyer December i', 1882 ; she 
was born December i, 1862. 

7 726 '5 Anna Mary Kimes, b. January 22, 1863. 

7 727 6 Emma Lanra Kimes, b. April 8, 1866; d. 

February 4, 1875. 

7 728 7 Lillie Elma Kimes, Wwins, b. December 

7 729 8 Addie Bertie Kimes,) 18,1868. 

7 730 9 Levi K. Kimes, b. September 10, 1874. 

All of Chester county, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. IO3 

CHILDREN OF No. 367. 

HANNAH KOLB^ (Bean), of Isaacs of MATTHIAS^ of 
Dillman3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 
No.' 

1 Charles Beau, b. in Illinois. 

2 William Bean, b. in Illinois. 

3 Amanda Bean, b. in Illinois ; moved to Ne- 
braska. 

734 4 Martlia Bean, b. in Illinois. 



Gen. 

7 


No. 


7 


72>^ 


7 


7Z?) 



CHILDREN OF No. 368. 

WILLIAM KULP^ of Isaacs, of MATHIAS^ of Dillmans, 
of Martin^, of Dillman". 

7 735 I Wiliiam Knlp, unmarried. 

7 736 2 Horaee Kiilp, m. Emma Moyer ; had two 

children, Clarence ; one died }'oung; res., 
Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 369. 
JOHN D. KULP^ of Isaacs, of Matthias*, of Dillmans, 

of MARTI^^ of DlLLMAX^ 

7 737 I Esther Eliz.abetJi Kolb, b. April 24, 1861 ; m. 

William Dayton Rosenberger December 
27, 1892; res., Philadelphia. 

Esther P^lizabeth Kulp was born April 24, 1861 ; only 
daughter of John D. Kolb, of Chester county, Pa., late of 
Philadelphia, and Luc}' A. Haas ; is of a kind and benevolent 
disposition. She is unusually popular among her relatives 



I04 KULP FAMILY. 

and many friends, all from whom she commands the highest 
respect and love. She married William Dayton Rosenberger, 
a druggist, proprietor of the old established and popular drug 
store, located at the corner of Seventh and Germantown ave- 
nue, Philadelphia, opposite the well known Washington 
Hotel. 

William Dayton Rosenberger was born in Frenchtown, 
N. J., February i8, 1861. Shortly afterwards his father. Dr. 
S. Rosenberger, removed with his family to Philadelphia, and 
there established the drug business above referred to, and soon 
thereafter deservedly became one of the most popular and 
successful physicians in the northern portion of that city. 
He continued to follow his profession there until 1SS5, at 
which time he removed to and still resides in Pasadena, Cali- 
fornia, having retired from active business life in 1892. 

Dr. S. Rosenberger's ancestors date back to 1729, at 
which time Henry, the first of three brothers, embarked from 
Germany for the United States, and purchased a plantation, 
as it w'as then called, of 159 acres, located in that section of 
the country now known as P'ranconia and Hatfield townships, 
in Montgomery county, Pa., about two and one-half miles 
west of Souderton, along Indian creek, from James Steele, of 
Philadelphia, for the sum of /"30. This property is now in 
the possession of one of the descendants of the fifth genera- 
tion from Henry Rosenberger. The latter w^as followed to 
this country by Benjamin Rosenberger in 1739, and ten years 
later, 1749, by John, the two latter locating where Line Lex- 
ington and Hatfield villages have since sprung into existence. 

The country round about that section has been the home 
of many of the descendants down to the present generation. 
All the earlier members of these families belonged to the reli- 
gious denomination called Mennonites. 

The mother of W'illiam Dayton Rosenberger, whose 
maiden name was Catharine Hillegas, was a daughter of 
Charles Hillegas, deceased, and a twin sister to Mahlon 
Hillegass, descendants from that well known and highly 
respected family of that name, who had located in and about 



KULP FAMILY. IO5 

what is now known as East Greenville, Montgomery county, 
Pa., in the Perkiomen valley. She was widely known through- 
out Eastern Pennsylvania for her loving kindness and philan- 
thropic disposition, and was an active worker in promoting 
the cause of Christianity. Her death occurred on August 26, 
1 88 1, in the fifty-third year of her age. 

At the age of fifteen William D. Rosenberger acquired 
an inclination to study nature as it existed in the vegetable as 
well as in the higher grade of animal life. Although not being 
able to complete the study, on account of physical health, 
yet he was entirely successful in his study so far as it existed 
in the United States. During the aggregate four years of his 
travels, which was necessary in his vocation for personal satis- 
faction and enlightenment, he had sojourned for a while in 
every state and territory in the Union ; also Cuba, Mexico, 
Van Couvers Island and Canada ; had visited all the principal 
cities and other points of interest found in the United States, 
including Yosemite Valley, in California ; Yellow Stone Park, 
Pikes Peak, Mt. Washington, Monmouth and Luray Caves, 
etc., etc., etc. This method of traveling was very unique to 
many persons in its character, having ridden horseback across 
the states of Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, Montana ; also across 
Seirra Nevada Mountains through California ; by steamboat 
on Mississippi river from head of navigation at St. Paul to 
New Orleans ; also from Duluth over great lakes to Buffalo ; 
thence to Quebec, besides having traveled over 15,000 miles 
of railroad. Finally, after a season of cow-boy life on the 
western plains, in which he acquired quite a knowledge of the 
habits of the rougher element as it exists in the far west, he 
returned and completed his studies in pharmacy, graduating 
from the Baltimore College of Pharmacy, several years after 
which (about the year 1887) he engaged in business in Phila- 
delphia, as above stated. 

Esther Elizabeth Kulp, now Mrs. William D. Rosenberger, 
like many others of her sex, delights in securing souveniers 
and relics of generations past. Among her valued collections 
of linens are found fourteen homespun, seamless linen bed- 



I06 KULP FAMILY. 

sheets and spreads. They, with the exception of three or 
four sheets, had never been as yet in use, and appear to-day 
as good and as durable as the day they were made. These 
sheets were handed down from her great-grand-parents, as 
was also a very rare specimen of fine textile work in the form 
of a table-cloth, the size of which is fifty-three inches by 
seventy inches, color white, made of homespun linen. Near 
the center edge is woven in red letters a German verse, the 
translation of which is as follows : 

I am a bird in all respects. 

The bread I eat, the hymn I sing. 

There is also woven on each side of the verse the figure 
of a tree with a bird at the top. 

The flax used for making this table-cloth was sown, 
pulled, dried and broken, with flax break, swindled, spun and 
woven, and made into cloth on the farm of Jacob A. Acker, 
situated in East Vincent township, Chester county, Pa., in the 
year seventeen hundred and eighty-fiv^e (1785), by Miss Bar- 
bara Acker, daughter of Jacob A. Acker, who, later on, mar- 
ried a man of the same name as her fether (Jacob A. Acker). 
The table-cloth afterwards became the property of Miss Bet- 
tie Acker, daughter of the above Barbara, who became by 
marriage a Mrs. Peter Keller. A few days before the latter's 
death the table-cloth was given by special request of Mrs. 
Keller to Mrs. John D. Kulp (they were cousins), at that time 
residing at Lawrenceville, Chester county. Pa., about the year 
1863, with the understanding that it be given to Esther Eliza- 
beth Kulp, daughter of John D. Kulp, and now the wife of 
William D. Rosenberger, who became possessor of it about 
the year 1868. 



KULP FAMILY. IO7 

CHILDREN OF No. 370. 

ISAAC KULP^ of Isaacs, of MatthiasS of Dillmans, 
of Martin^, of DILLMAN^ 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 738 I Charles Kill p. 

7 739 2 Annie Kidp, residence, New Jersey. 



CHILDREN OF No. 372. 

MATTHIAS KULP^ of Isaacs, of MATTHIAs^ of Dill- 
man3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 740 I Katie Knip. 

7 741 2 Grant Knlp. Chester county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 378. 

CATHARINE KOLB^ (Haldeman), of Samuels, of Dan- 
iel4, of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 742 I Samuel Haldeman, b. April 8, 1843; m. 

Annie Eliza Knorr ; res., North Coven- 
try, Chester county. Pa. ; farmer. 

7 743 2 Fronica Haldeman, b. June 13, 1845; ""'• 

John B. Bauman ; res., Niantic, Pa. ; 
. farmer ; Mennonites. 

7 744 3 Elisabeth Haldeman, b. August 31, 1847; 

d. September 5, 185 i. 

7 745 4 Cathari)ie Haldeman, h.^oyembQV \^,\?,^g\ 

m. J. Eber Finkenbeiner ; res., Vincent 
township, Chester county. Pa. 



I08 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 746 5 Sarah Haldcman, b. July 15, 1852; m. Mil- 

ton G. Grubb ; res., East Coventry, 
Chester county, Pa. 

7 747 6 Harriet Haldcman, b. June 21, 1856; m. 

Dillman G. Souder ; res., Lower Salford, 
Montgomery county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 379. 

ANN KOLB^ (Stauffer), of Samuel^, of Daniel^, of 
Dillman^, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 748 I Elisabeth Stauffer, b. 1 850 ; m. Allen Yocum ; 

res.. North Coventry, Chester county. Pa. 

7 749 2 Eniina Stauffer, h. 1853; m. Charles Fred- 

erick Klink ; residence. North Coventry, 
Chester county. Pa. 

7 750 3 Clara Stauffer, h. 1856; single; res., Potts- 

town, Pa. 

7 751 4 Milton Stauffer, b. 1857; m. Miss 

McFarland ; res., Chicago, 111. ; surveyor 
and Conveyancer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 380. 

DANIEL H. KULP^ of Samuels, of Daniel*, of Dill- 
man3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 752 I John Kulp, b. September 7, 1851 ; m. Han- 

nah Bazora Keyser ; res., Pottstown, Pa- 

7 753 2 Mary Ann Kulp, b. October 4, 1853; d. 

November 1 1, 1857. 



KULP FAMILY. IO9 



ludividual Familj- 
Gca. Xo. Xii. 



7 754 3 Saimicl Kiilp, b. February 9, 1858; m. Bella 

Rosen ; postmaster at East Coventry, 
Chester county, Pa. ; merchant. 

7 755 4 E/koood Lincoln AW/;, b. October 25, i860; 

single ; res., Pottstown, Pa. 

7 756 5 Aaron Kulp, b. November 26, 1862 ; m. 

Naomi Tyson ; farmer ; residence, P^ast 
Coventry, Chester county. Pa. 

7 757 6 Daniel L. Knlp, b. July 27, 1864; m. Nora 

Susanna Rosenberger ; she died April 2, 
1895 ; Pottstown, Pa. 

7 758 7 Emma Catharine Kolb,h. M3.\-c\\ 2g,\?,6y.'\ 

7 759 8 Clayton Knlp, b. March 29, 1867. j 

Twins; the latter died January 19, 1888. 

7 760 9 William A7///. b. July 5, 1869; res., Potts- 

town, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 381. 

SAMUEL KULP^ of Samuel?, of Daniel^, of Dillman^, 
of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Samnel Knlp, deceased. 

2 Evans Knlp, de,ceased. 

3 A'ezuton Knlp. 

4 Annie Knlp. 

5 Orlanda Knlp. 

6 Ira Knlp. 

7 David Knlp. 
All of Iowa. 



7 


761 


7 


762 


7 


763 


7 


764 


7 


765 


7 


766 


7 


767 



no KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 382. 

SARAH KULP^ (High), of Samuel^, of Daniel^, of 
Dillman3, of Martin^, of DILLMAN^ 

ludividual Family 

Geo. No. No. 

7 768 I Williaiii K. High, b. June 1 1, 1855 ; d. young. 

7 769 2 Milton K. High, b. October 11, 1856; m. 

Ca.ssie Ty.son. 

7 770 3 Alien K. High, b. July 27, 1858; m. Martha 

Tyson ; res., North Coventry, Chester 
county, Pa. 

7 771 4 Annie K. High, b. February 28, 1862; d. 

young. 

7 772 5 Enuna K. High, b. July 14, 1868 ; m. George 

Mihon Prizer ; no issue ; res., East Cov- 
entry, Chester county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 383. 

DAVID KULP^ of Samuels, of Daniel^, of Dillmans, 
of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 I Anna A'////', b. April 2, 1858; d. February 

2, 1890; m. George Wise. 

7 2 IVilliani Kulp, b. October 7, 1861 ; m. Bessie 

Brenneman. 

7 Mary Ella Kulp, b. November 24, 1855 ; m. 

William Keim ; res., Reading. 



CHILDREN OF No. 384. 

JONATHAN KOLB^, of Samuel^, of Daniel*, of Dill- 
MAX3, of Martin'', of Dillman'. 



Gen 



KULP FAMILY. Ill 

In.livi.lual Family 
No. No. 

7 TTh I Samuel Kulp, b. October i, i860; d. April 

19, 1863. 

7 774 2 JoJias Kulp, b. February 16, 1862; m. Miss 
Richner ; res., Royersford, Pa. 

7 77S 3 Elmer Kiilp, h. February 15, 1864; d. Sep- 

tember 20, 18*^5. 

7 yj6 4 Henry Knlp, b. May 5, 1866. 

7 777 5 Emma Kiilp, b. December 14, 1867; m. 

John Kolb, son of Henry, of Chester 
county, Pa. 

7 '/'/^ 6 Katie Knlp, b. June i, 1870; m. George 

Smale October 11, 1893; Pottstown, Pa. 

7 779 7 5^?///V AW/, b. June 21, 1873. 

7 780 8 iT/A? A'////, b. September 7, 1875; died No- 

vember 28, 1 88 1. 

7 781 9 Earnest K/ilp,h. tvngust 23, 1877. 

All born in North Coventry, Chester county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 385. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Stauffer), of Samuel^, of Dan- 
lEL-*, of Dillman3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

7 782 I Katie Stanffer, b. May 22, 1859; "''• ^^^ 

Detwiler. 

7 783 2 Emma Stanffer, b. January 31, 1857. 

7 784 3 Ella Stanffer, b. August 13, 1863; m. Eu- 

gene Keen. 

7 785 4 Alary Ida Stanffer, b. September 9, 1865. 

7 786 5 William Stanffer, b. October 25, 1871. 



I 12 KULP FAMILY, 



CHILDREN OF No. 386. 



MARY ANN KOLB^ (Detwiler), of Samuels, of Daniel^ 
of Dillman3, of Martin^, of DILLMAN^ 

Individual Family 

No. 

1 Katie Dctzcilci-,h. March 30, 1868; d. Au- 
gust 12, 1868. 

2 Annie Dctivilcr, b. April 9, 1869; public 
school teacher. 

3 Lizzie Dctunlcr, b. June 4, 1871; stenog- 
rapher. 

4 ]\Iary Emma Dctivilcr, b. February 1 1, 1875 ; 
d. August 6, 1875. 

5 James Grant Dcticilcr, b. January 30, 1874. 

6 Elkoood Dcti.'ilcr, b. April 2, 1876. 

7 Alice Dctii'ilcr, b. August 10, 1877. 

8 Sallic Dctzcilcr, b. April 2, 1879. 

9 Florence Detivi/er, b. February 20, 1881. 

10 Clara Emma Detz^'iler, b. April 26, 1882; d. 
December 27, 1882. 

All of East Coventr}-, Chester county, Pa. 



Geo. 

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788 


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789 


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790 


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791 


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792 


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793 


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794 


7 


795 


7 


796 



CHILDREN OF No. 387. 

DANIEL K. CASSEL^ of Wilhelmina Kolbs (Cassel), 
of Daniel*, of Dillman^, of Martin^, of DILLMAN^ 

7 797 I Simeon K. Casscl, b. February 17, 1846; m. 

Esther Freyer, daughter of Barney 
Freyer, of Skippack, on September 5, 
1865; she was born August 31, 1841 ; 



Gen. 


Individual 
No. 


Family 
No. 


7 


797 


I 



KULP FAMILY. I I 3 

res., Skippackville, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; harnessmaker ; member of the So- 
ciety of Schwenkfelder.s. 

7 798 2 Jonas K. Casscl, b. September 15, 1849; m. 

Annie Appledorn 1872; occ, paper- 
hanger ; went west prospecting ; now in 
Denver, Colorado ; traveled through all 
western states and territories, from Gal- 
veston, Texas, to Vancouver, British 
Columbia ; no issue. 

7 799 3 ^^^''^ A' Casscl, b. January 15, 1852; m. 

Hannah Anna Graham June 11, 1871 ; 
she was born December 25, 1850; res., 
Philadelphia ; secretary and manager of 
the Farmers' and Dairymen's Protective 
Association, and Deputy Food Commis- 
sioner of Pennsylvania. 



CHILDREN OF No. 388. 

ABRAHAM K. CASSEL^ of Wilhelmina Kolb^ (Cas- 
sel), of Daniel*, of Dillmans, of Martin^, of Dillman\ 

7 800 I William K. Casscl, b. November 26, 1848; 

m. Leah Kratz on December 4, 1875; 
she was born August 24, 1853; the 
daughter of Abraham F. Kratz, of Har- 
leysville, Pa. ; res., Upper Providence 
township, Montgomery county, Pa., near 
Collegeville ; Mennonites ; one daughter. 

7 801 2 Mary Ann Casscl, b. December 23, 1854; 

m. Jacob Freyer in 1888; res., Norris- 
town, Montgomery county, Pa. ; no is- 
sue. 



114 KULP FAMILY, 





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Famil' 


Gen. 


No. 


No. 


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3 



3 Josia/i K. Casscl, b. July 21, 1 861 ; m. Katie 
Freed, daughter of John K. Freed of 
Norristown ; she died in 1 890, and is 
buried at Salford Mennonite meeting- 
house ; res., Norristown, Montgomery 
county. Pa. ; three children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 389. 

SAMUEL K. CASSEL^ of Wilhelmina Kolbs (Cassel), 
of Daniel-*, of Dillman^, of MARTl^•^ of Dillman'. 

7 803 I Allen H. Cassel, b. January 18, 1857; d. 

September 17, 1862. 

7 804 2 WiUuiiiiina H. Cassel, h. June 26, i860; d. 

January 7, 1862. 

7 805 3 Emma H. Cassel, b. April 8, 1863; m. Al- 

bert H. Weisel of Hagersville, Bucks 
county, Pa., on April 7, 1892; farmer; 
church, German Reformed ; res., Bloom- 
ing Glen, Bucks county, Pa. ; her occ, 
milliner ; church, Mennonite ; two chil- 
dren. 

7 806 4 Joseph H. Cassel, b. January 12, 1865; d. 

August 27, 1865. 

7 807 5 Elizabetli H. Cassel, b. September 24, 1867; 

d. August 19, 1868. 

7 808 6 iMaiy Ann H. Cassel, b. January 28, 1871 ; 

d. June 16, 1877. 

7 809 7 Ahin H. Cassel, b. February 15, 1877; d. 

September 21, 1877. 

All of Blooming Glen, and buried there. 



KULP FAMILY. I 15 

CHILDREN OF No. 390. 
JACOB K. CASSEL^ of Wilhelmina Kolbs, of Dan- 

IELS of DiLLMAN3, of MARTIX^ of DiLLMAN'. 

lu.lividual F.-imilv 

Gen. No. No. 

7 810 I Francis Henry Casscl, b. October 27, 1863; 

d. May 5, 1866. 

7 811 2 Ulyscs Grant Cassel, b. June 7, 1865; d. 

July 6, 1865. 

7 812 3 WilJicbnina M. E. Casscl,h. ]\x\y 13, 1866. 

7 813 4 Mary Emily Cassel, b. May 3, 1868; d. Au- 

gust 27, 1890; was married to Samuel 
F. Little, of Oxford, Chester county. Pa. ; 
had two children ; one living. • 

7 814 5 Joe Eihoard Cassel, b. November 28, 1874; 

he was, upon application, admitted on 
the Pennsylvania nautical schoolship 
"Saratoga," at the age of fifteen years, 
being among the youngest of those 
entered when they were mustered. 
The class consisted of about 107. They started May i, 
1890, on a cruise; touched Fayel i6th of May, 1890; left 
again on the 21st for Southampton; being prevented, on ac- 
count of the gale, ran into Plymouth on the 4th of July, and 
on the 8th left for Southampton. After leaving the latter 
port they touched at Funchal, Madeira, then left again for 
Philadelphia, where they arrived after twenty-nine days' sailing. 
They started on a second cruise from Philadelphia on the 
13th of January, 1891, for Barbadoes and the West Indies and 
Pensacola, Florida ; they encountered a severe storm, lasting 
seven days, and were driven five hundred miles out of their 
course, even above New York. On the third cruise they 
touched the Azores Islands, Lisbon, Portugal and Madeira, 
crossing the Atlantic four times and visiting the West Indies 
before the aire of seventeen \'ears. 



Il6 KULP FAMILY. 

On the nth of December, 1891, he graduated in Class 
No. I in navigation and seamanship. 

In 1892 he was appointed a second mate under Captain 
Endicott on the four-masted schooner " Matilda D. Borda." 



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ludividual Family 

Xo. Xo. 

7 815 6 George Rutherford Cassel, b. August 14, 

1876; in 1892 he entered the Disston 
saw factory and worked in the machine 
shop as machinist ; he is now on a tug 
as fireman with the prospect of being 
promoted to engineer. 

7 816 7 ElizabetJi Cassel, b. July 13, 1878; d. July 

30, 1878. 

7 * 817 8 Annie Christianna Cassel, b. September 9, 

1881 ; d. May 14, 1882. 

7 818 9 Eva Louise Cassel, b. January 12, 1884; d. 

September 28, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 391. 

POLLY KOLB^ (Benner), of Jacobs, of Daniel*, of 
DiLLMAN^, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 818 I Jacob K. Benner, b. September 23, 1849; '^■ 

May I, 1 89 1. 

7 819 2 ElizabetJi Benner, b. July 14, 1851; d. Oc- 

tober, 1852. 

7 820 3 Susan K. Benner, b. July 21, 1856; m. 

Henry S. Kolb February 10, 1877; he 
was born March 21, 1856. 



KULP FAMILY. 11/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 392. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Benner), of Jacobs, of DANIEL^ 
of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 



Geu 



N.I. Xo, 

7 821 I Jc^<-'''' K. Boincr, b. July 12, 1854; m. YJu^taq 

Minninger. 

7 822 2 Jjt'ici Ann Bcnncr, b. March 12, 1857; m. 

Isaac S. Cassel on December 21, 1874; 
he was born October 8, 1856; res., Skip- 
packville, Pa. 

7 823 3 MUton K. Beniicr, b. June 15, 1859; m. 

Susanna Keelor October 12, 1878. 

7 824 4 Amanda K. Bciuicr.h. March 12, 1862; m. 

Jacob Souder ; res., Skippack, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 401. 

SAMUEL GILBERT^ of Ann Funks (Gilbert), of 
Esther Kolb^ (Funk), of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dill- 
man'. 

7 825 I Ji^ssc Gilbert, b. July 4, 1851 ; m. Sylvia H. 

Potts April 16, 1874; res., Chestnut 
Hill, Philadelphia ; real estate agent. 

7 826 2 Haruicr Gilbert, b. F'ebruary 18, 1853; m. 

Hannah Stout February 18, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF No. 404. 
ELEANORA GILBERT^ (Heist), of Ann Funks (Gil- 
bert), of Esther Kolb^ (Funk), of Dillman3, of Martin^, of 
Dillman'. 

(K. F.-9.) 



I I 8 KULP FAMILY. 

ludividual Faiiiilv 

Geu. Xo. Nu. 

7 827 I David F. Heist, b. May 11, 1861 ; m. Anna 

M. Wilson on June 17, 1884; he died 
October 13, 1885 ; Abington, Pa. 

2 A)in Heist, b. November 21, 1862. 

3 Flora Heist, b. March 30, 1865. 

4 Howard Heist, b. December 21, 1 866 ; d. 
February 6, 1885. 

5 Gilbert Heist, b. March 9, 1871 ; d. Febru- 
ary 18, 1872. 

6 George Heis^, b. October 15, 1873. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 406. 

DANIEL FUNK WOLF^ of Eleanor Funks (Wolf), 
of Esther Kolb* (Funk), of Dillman3, of MARTIN^ of Dill- 

MAN\ 

1 Eleanor a Seelig Wolf, b. October 15, 1857. 

2 William Seelig Wolf, b. August 5, 1859. 

3 Sarah Elizabeth Wolf, b. November 9, 1861. 

4 Lenry Lincoln Wolf, b. January 13, 1864. 

5 Daniel Webster Wolf, b. December 6, 1 866. 
All of Philadelphia. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 407. 

THEODORE WILLIAM WOLF^ of Eleanor Funrs 
(Wolf), of P^STHER KoLB* (Funk), of Dillman3, of Martin^ 

ofDiLLMAN'. 



KL'LP FAMILY. I 1 9 

7 838 I Eliza JVo/f, b. April, 1862 ; cl. July, 1862. 

7 839 2 Miriam Justice Wolf, b. October, 1863; d. 

January 31, 18.'' 6. 
All of Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 409. 

JOHN FRANKLIN WOLF^ of Eleanor Funks 
(Wolf), of Esther Kolb^ (Funk), of Dillman^, of Martin^, 
of Dillman\ 

1 Tliouias Frajikliii Wolf ,h.]y\\y 14, 185S. 

2 Agnes .Mrginia Wolf\h. February 3, 1861. 

3 Jolui Ilfarfiii J^icksbnrg JVof h. July 4, 1863 ; 
d. December 12, 1881. 

4 Margaret James Wolf, b. ; d. February 

22, 1867. 

5 Emeline Kooser Wolf, b. August 25, 1885. 
All of Philadelphia. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 412. 

JACOB HENRY WOLF^ of Eleanor Funk^ (Wolf), 
of Esther Kolb^ (Funk), of Dillman^, of MARTIN^ of Dill- 
man'. 

7 845 I Mary Emma Wolf, b. April 27, 1872. 

7 846 • 2 Ida Wallace Wolf, h.Octohitx 2\,\'^'j'^. 

7 847 3 Sarah Cecelia Wolf, b. December 19, 1874. 

All of Philadelphia. 



I20 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 415. 

BARBARA GODSHALL^ (Souder), of Kate Kolbs 
(Godshall), of Martin-*, of Dillmans, of Martin^ of Dill- 
man'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 848 I WiUiavi Souder, b. January 29, 1845 ; ^■ 

849 2 Catharine Souder, b. March 3, 1846; m. 

Nathaniel Gerhard. 

7 850 3 Charles Souder, b. November 20, 1847; "''• 

7 851 4 Ljicie Souder, b. November 6, 1849; "^• 

Nathaniel Ziegler. 

7 852 5 DUlnian Souder, b. June 20, 1851 ; m. Har- 

riet Haldeman, Skippackville, Pa. 

7 853 6 Christian Souder, b. March 15, 1853; m. 

L.iz7Ae Lewis. 

7 ^SS"^ 7 Ennna Souder, b. February 19, 1855; ^i. 
William Lewis. 

7 853b ,8 Jaeob Souder, b. November 6, 1856; m. 
Amanda K. Benner, Skippackville, Pa. 

7 853c 9 Elias Souder, b. May 3, 1858; d. 
7 853d 10 Henry Souder, b. December 31, 1867. 
7 85 3e II Mary Souder, h. Kw^wsX. 16, 1870. 
7 85 3f 12 Frank Souder, h. ]v\\y 22, i^j 2. 
All born in Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 417. 

BENJAMIN KOLB^, of Molly Kolbs (Kolb), of Mar- 
TiNt, of Isaac3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 853 g I Deborah Kulp, h.]\.\\y 26, \%/\,2. 



KULP PAMILY. 121 

luclividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 854 2 Katie Kiilp, b. November 12, 1843. 

7 855 3 Elias Kulp, b. December 9, 1845 ; m. Ange- 

line Ziegler, daughter of Abraham O. 
Ziegler, of Lederachsville, Pa. ; jeweler ; 
residing at Lederachsville, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

7 856 4 Mary Knlp, b. May 27, 1850; m. Jacob L. 

Beck ; residing at Lucon ; barber. 

7 857 5 Elizabeth Kulp, b. December 24, 1856; d. 

July 23, 1883. 

Two very appropriate pieces of poetry were composed 
upon the occasion of her death, one by her father (seven 
stanzas), the other by a near relative. Rev. Henry Johnson, of 
eleven stanzas, both entirely original, and in the German 
laneuaere. 



childrp:n of No. 418. 

SARAH HUNSICKER'^(Kulp), of Sarah Kolb^ (Hun- 
sicker), of IVIartin*, of Dillman3, of Martin^, of DILLMAN^ 

1 Sarali Kulp,h. February 13, 1846; unmar- 
ried ; res., Port Providence, Pa. 

2 ElizabctJi Kulp, b. September 17, 1848; m. 
Charles Horner. 

3 Josephine Kulp, b. July 1 1, 1850; d. July 25, 
1 88 1. 

4 Virginia Knlp, b. April 23, 1852; m. Fred- 
erick Stiteler February 26, 188 1. 

5 Jacob Knlp, b. January 5, 1854. 
All born in Port Providence, Pa. 



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122 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 422. 

ANN W. KOLB'^ (Hunsicker), of Abr.^hams, of M.^rtin^, 
of Isaacs of MARTIN^ of DILLMA^'^ 

ludivi.lual Familv 
Xo." 

1 Mary Jane Hunsicker, m. John Boyer ; two 
children. 

2 William Henry Hunsicker. 

3 Daniel Hunsicker. 

4 Milton Hunsicker. 

5 Annie Hunsicker. 

6 Lizzie Hunsicker. 

7 Iri'in Hunsicker. 

8 Emma Hunsicker. 

9 Abraham Hunsicker. 
10 Joseph Hunsicker. 

All born in Montgomery county, Pa. 



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865 


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868 


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872 



CHILDREN OF No. 423. 

HENRY W. KOLB^, of Abraham^, of Martin4, of 
IsAAc3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 873 I Sarah Frances Kulp, m. Samuel Adam 

Topham, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

7 874 2 Hettie Ann Kulp, died in infancy. 

7 875 3 Winfield Scott Kulp, m. Bella Breining, Phil- 

delphia. 

7 876 4 George Abraham Kulp, died in infancy. 



KULP FAMILY. I 23 

mily 
Xo. 

7 877 5 Ella Kiilp, m. Jacob Hartman, Philadelphia. 

7 878 6 Mary Adella Kulp, Philadelphfa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 425. 

CATHARINE KULP^ (Gallager), of Abrahams, of 
Martin"*, of Isaac^, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 879 I Barbara Jane Gallager, m. Michael Ham. 

7 880 2 Mary Ann Gallager, m. Ira Reifsneider. 

7 88 1 3 Abraham James Gallager ; was killed in 

battle in the late war. 



CHILDREN OF No. 427. 

BARBARA SWARTLEY^ (Foley), of Elizabeth Kolbs 
(Swartley), of Dillman"*, of Peters, of Henry^, of Dillman'. 

7 882 I Cyrns Foley, druggist at Chester, Pa. ; after- 

wards went West. 

2 Lizzie Foley, died young. 

3 Francis Foley, druggist at Norristown, Pa. 

4 Line as Foley, died young. 

5 Horace Foley. 

6 Grace Foley. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 437. 

ANN KOLB^ (Pierson), of Isaac M.s, of Abraham^, of 
Isaacs, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 



124 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. ' 

7 888 I Henry R. Picrscni. b. April 1 1, 1834; farmer. 

He owns a fine farm near Fox Chase, 
Philadelphia, is married and has children. 

7 889 2 Lizzie Pierson ; residing near Fox Chase, 

Philadelphia, with her mother and bro- 
ther, Henry R. Pierson. 



CHn.DRP:N OF No. 438. 

ABRAHAM KULP^ of I.s.\ac5, of Abr.ah.xm^, of Isaacs, 
of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 890 I Isaac K?i'p, b. December 19, 1834; d. single. 

7 891 2 Sarah Kulp, b. 1835; m. Stephen Large, 

. Philadelphia. 

7 892 3 JoJui Knlp.h. 1843; died single. 

7 893 4 Joseph Kulp, died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 439. 

HENRY KULP^ of Isaacs, of Abr.aham^, of Is.aac3, of 
Martin^ of Dillman'. 

7 894 I Elizabeth Kidp, m. Mr. Burt. 

7 895 2 Annie Kulp. 

7 896 3 Lczuis Kiilp ; m. ; res., above Pittville, Phil- 

adelphia. 

7 897 4 Henrietta Kulp, died young. 

7 898 5 Sarah Jane Kulp, died young. 

7 899 6 Rebecca Kulp. 



KULP FAMILY. 125 



Iliilivirlual F; 

Geu. No. 



7 900 7 Matilda Kulp. 

7 901 8 William Henry A'////, died, aged 23 years; 

single. 
All of Pittville, Philadelphia, near Germantown. 



CHILDREN OF No. 432. 

SAMUEL N. KULP^ of Philips, of IsAAC^ of Isaacs, of 
Martin^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 902 - I Margaret Kulp, m. Samuel R. Livezey. 

7 903 2 Joseph Kulp, m. Viola Tomlinson. 

7 904 3 Ida Kulp, m. John R. Reading. 

7 905 4 y<^''/'''''' /)'• Kulp. 

7 906 5 Emma Kulp. 

7 907 6 William Kulp. 

All of Abington, Montgomery count)-. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 433. 
SARAH N. KULP^ (Harper), of Philip^, of Isaacs of 

ISAAC3, of MARTIN^ of DlLLMAN'. 

7 a I William N. Harper, m. Elizabeth Garret, of 

Mount Airy, Philadelphia. 

7 b 2 Laui-a Harper, m. Horace F. McCann; 

children, Warren, Margaret, Wilmot and 
Richard ; res., Washington lane, Ger- 
mantown. 



126 KULP FAMILY. 

Horace F. McCann is the publisher and proprietor of the 
" Germantown Independent," a weekly paper published every 
Friday morning, at the Independent Building, Chelten avenue 
and Green street, and which has a wide circulation. 



CHILDREN OF No. 440. 
SUSAN KULP^ (Ball), of Johns, of Jacob\ of Isaacs, of 



M.ARTIX'', of DlLLMAN\ 

Individual Family 



Go a. 



7 100 I Mary Bali, b. April 9, 1848 ; m. John Hud- 

son, M. D. ; children are Mary, Margaret 
and Lizzie. 

7 200 2 John Bail, b. April 9, 1848. 

7 300 3 Lizzie Ball, h. November 7, 1859; m. Robert 

Howat ; have one child, Suzella Howat, 
b. April 6, 1878, in Germantown. 



CHILDREN OF No. 441. 

JACOB T. KULP^ of Johxs, of J.acob^, of Isaacs, of 
Martin^, of Dillman'. 

7 400 I Eliza Kill p. 

7 . 500 2 Henry Kulp, of Germantown, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 458. 

MARTHA P. RITTENH0USE7 (Wise), of NICHOLAS^ 
of NiCHOLAss, of Marti x^, of Sarah Kolbs (Rittenhouse), of 
Martix^, of Dillmax'. 

8 908 I Elizabeth Wise. 

8 909 2 Sal lie Wise. 




HORACE F. M CANN. 



KULP FAMILY. 12/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 460. 

NICHOLAS M. RITTEN HOUSED of NICHOLAs^ of 
NiCHOLAss, of Marti N+, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhousc), of 
Martin^, of Dillman\ 

Inaividual Kiimilv 

Gen. -No. X" . 

8 910 I David Martin Rittcnlunisc wdishovn m Ko^- 

boroLigh, Philadelphia county, Pa., June 
15, 1870; m. Florence Nettleton June i, 
1892 ; one child, named Claus. 

8 911 2 Nicholas RittcnJiousc was born in Rox- 

borough, Philadelphia county. Pa., De- 
cember 22, 1871 ; d. July 2, 1879. 

8 912 3 JoJui Edgar RittcnJiousc wa.'S, born in Balti- 

more, Md., February 18, 1874. 

8 913 4 George Rascr RittcnJionsc was born in Balti- 

more, Md., December 31, 1876; d. July 
10, 1879. 

8 914 5 Anna Sop/iia Rittcnhonsc was born in Balti- 

more, Md., June 30, 1878. 

8 915 6 Nicholas Brandt Rittcnhonsc was born in 

Baltimore, Md., December 15, 1879; d. 
June 25, 1880. 

8 916 7 Carrie E. Rittcnhonsc was born in Waverly, 

Baltimore county, Md., August 12, 1881. 

8 917 8 Sarah Potts Rittcnhonsc was born in Waver- 

ly, Baltimore county, Md., March 5, 
18S6; d. October 27, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF No. 461. 

ELIZABP:TH RITTEN housed (Brooks), of Nicho- 
LAS^ of Nicholas^, of Marti n+, of Sarah Kolb3 (Ritten- 
housc), of MARTIN^ of DiLLMAN'. 



128 KULP FAMILY. 

Intlividual Family 
Gen. No. No.' 

8 918 I James R. Brooks, b. February 2, 187 1 ; d. 

May 5, 1872. 

8 919 2 Mary Emma Brooks, b. February 5, 1873; 

d. May ^ 23, 1891. 

8 920 3 Sallic R. Brooks, b. July 25, 1875. 

8 92 1 4 A'icholas C/iarlcs Brooks, b. September 13, 

1877. 

8 922 5 William P. Brooks, h. September 24, 1869; 

m. Anna Edmonds ; children, Annie. 

6 George R. Brooks, b. September 21, 1879. 

7 John Martin Brooks, b. November 15, 1880. 

8 Anna Potts Brooks, b. November 18, 1884. 
All of Roxborough, Philadelphia. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 468. 

VAN BRANDT RITTENHOUSE?, of Charles^ of 
NicHoi.Ass, of Martin"*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of 

MARTI^■^ of DlLLMAN\ 

1 Albert Ritteulwnsc. 

2 Ail a Rittenhonsc. 

3 George RittenJumse. 

4 Lesher Rittenhouse. 

5 Amelia Rittenho7isc. 

6 Three died in infancy. 
All of Marvland. 



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KULP FAMILY. I 29 

CHILDREN OF No. 472. 

JAMES RITTENH0USE7, of CHARLEs^ of Nicholass, 
of Martin-*, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of 

DiLL.MAN'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 932 I Sallic Amelia RittciiJiousc, b. October 26, 

1 876. 

8 933 2 CJiarlcs Craggs Rittenhouse, b. January 14, 

1879. 

8 934 3 RJioda Blanche Rittenhouse, b. February 3, 

1 88 1. 

8 935 4 Amy Rittenhouse, b. July 24, 1883. 

8 936 5 Henry Lloyd Rittenhouse, b. October 27, 

1885. 

8 937 6 James Nicholas Rittenluntse, b. January 5, 

1S87. 
All of Maryland. 



CHILDREN OF No. 482. 

DANIEL R. UMSTED7, of William^ of Elizabeth 
Rittexhouses (Umsted), of Martin^ of Sarah Kolb3 (Rit- 
tenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

S 938 I Jonathan R. Umsted, practicing physician 

at Quakertown, Bucks county, Pa. ; m. 
Miss Sentz, of Souderton, Pa. 

8 939 2 Maria Umsted, m. Ephraim Stover ; res., 

Quakertown, Bucks county, Pa. 

8 940 3 William Umsted ; res., Souderton, Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. ; single. 

8 941 4 Charles Umsted ; res., Souderton, Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. ; single. 



130 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 4S3. 

THOMAS R. UMSTED7, of Willi AM^ of Elizabeth 
Rittenhouses (Umsted), of Martin-*, of Sarah Kolbs (Rit- 
tenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

lufliviilual Faiiiilv 
Xo. Xo. 

942 I Faiinic Umsted, m. William A. Swift in 1875. 



Gen 



8 943 2 Harry Uiiistcd, m. Marion Wiley ; res., 

Juniper street, Philadelphia. 

8 944 3 Flora May Uiustcd. 



CHILDREN OF No. 484. 

JOSIAH UMSTED7, of W^ILLIAM^ of Elizabeth Rit- 
TENH0USE5 (Umsted), of Marti n^, of Sarah Kolb^ (Ritten- 
house), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

8 945 I Bertha Uvistcd ; res., Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 485. 

AMANDA UMSTED7 (Tyson), of William^ of Eliza- 
beth Rittenhouses (L^msted), of Martin-*, of Sarah Kolb^ 
(Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman\ 

8 946 I Williavi Tyson, m. Kate Yoder ; res., Hat- 

field, Montgomery county. Pa. ; no issue. 

8 947 2 Addic Tyson, m. John W. Parker October 5, 

1875 ; res., Germantown, Pa. 

8 948 3 Maria A. Tyson, m. Mr. Maxwell, 

now deceased. 



KULP FAMILY. I3I 

CHILDREN OF No. 4S6. 

ANGELINE UMSTED? (Everman), of VVlLLIAM^ of 
Elizabeth Rittenhouses (Umsted), of Martin'^, of Sarah 
Kolb3, of Martin^, of Dillman\ 

Indivliliial Familv 

Gen. Nil. Xu. 

8 949 I Eugene Evennau, of Chicaijo ; m. Mary 

Stapleton ; went to Dakota, Hitchcock 
county. 

8 950 2 Williaiii Evennan, m. Lizzie Hoffmaster 

April 28, 1887; res., Germantown, Phil- 
adelphia. 

8 95 1 3 Sarah RitteiiJioiisc Everman ; re.s., at Rit- 

tenhoLisetown, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 487. 

WILLIAM W. UMSTED7, of WILLIAM^ of Elizabeth 
Rittenhou.ses (Umsted), of Martin-*, of Sarah Kolbs (Rit- 
tenhoLise), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

8 952 I Rebecca RittenJionse Umsted. 

8 953 .2 CatJiariue B. Umsted 
8 954 3 Wilson T. Umsted. 

Germantown, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 489. 

MORRIS UMSTED7, of WILLIAM^ of Elizabeth Rit- 
tenhouses (Umsted), of Martin"*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Ritten- 
house), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

8 955 I Ad ell a Umsted. 

8 956 2 John R. Umsted. 



132 






KULP FAMILY 


Gcu. 

8 


ludividual 

No. 

957 


I-'aniily 
No. 

3 


■ Morns Uiustcd. 


8 


958 


4 


Louisa Umstcd. 


8 


959 


5 


Eugene Umstcd. 


8 


960 


6 


Hattic Umstcd. 



All of Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 499. 

JULIA UMSTED7 (Ettinger), of ARNOLD^ of Elizabeth 
Rittenhouses (Umsted), of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rit- 
tenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

8 961 I Martin Ettinger, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 500. 

ELIZABP:TH HARTMAN^ (Stover), of Catharine 
Umsted^ (Hartman), of P^lizabeth Rittenhouse^ (Umsted), 
of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

8 962 I Frank Stover. 

8 963 2 Harry Stover. 

8 964 3 Mande Stover. 

Quakertown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 501. 

JOSEPH HARTMAN7, of Catharine Umsted^ of 
Elizabeth Rittenhouse^ (Umsted), of Martin"*, of Sarah 
Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 









KULP FAMILY, 


Gen. 

8 


ludivilucil 
No. 

965 


Fa.uil 
No. 

I 


WilliaiH Hartnian. 


8 


966 


2 


Oliver Hartnian. 


8 


967 


3 


Robert Hartnian. 


8 


968 


4 


Frank Hartnian. 


8 


969 


5 


Martin Hartnian. 


8 


970 


6 


Lamar Hartnian. 



133 



All of Ouakertown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 503. 

MARY M. RITTENH0USE7 (Thomas), of Henry R. 
Rittenhouse'^, of Jacob D.s, of Martin*, of Sarah Kolb3 
(Rittcnhou.se), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

8 971 I Alalinda Thomas. 

8 972 2 Henry Thomas. 

^973 3 Eclivin TJiomas. 

Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 504. 

CHARLES A. RITTENHOUSE?, of Henry R.^ of 
Jacob D.s, of Martin^ of Sarah Kolb^ (Rittenhouse), of 

Martin^ of Dillmax'. 

8 974 I Hannah Rittenhouse. 

8 975 2 Henry Rittenhouse. 

8 976 3 CJiar'.es Rittenhouse. 

(k. f.— 10.) 



134 KULP FAMILY. 

Iadi%idual Family 

Geu. No. Xo. 

8 977 4 William RittcnJioiisc. 

8 978 5 David Lc Roy Rit ten house. 

All of Norristown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 525. 

THOMAS EVANS7, of Ann R'ittenhouse^ (Evans), ot 
Jacob D.s, of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of 

MARTIN^ of DiLLMAN'. 

8 979 I Grant Evans, m. Sue Marsteller ; have one 

child, b. 1888; Pottstown, Pa. 

8 980 2 Gertrude Evans ; deceased. 

8 981 3 Bertie Evans. 



CHILDREN OF No. 530. 

NEWTON HUNSICKER7, of Rachel Rittenhouse^ 
(Hunsicker), of Jacob D.s, of Martin^, of Sarah Kolb^ (Rit- 
tenhouse), of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

8 982 I Agnes Hunsieker. 

8 983 2 Bertine Hunsicker. 

8 984 3 Rachel Hunsicker. 



CHILDREN OF No. 537. 

JACOB S. RITTENH0USE7, of Samuel R.^ of Jacob 
D.5, of Martin*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 



Gen 



KULP FAMILY. 135 

Inrlividual Familv 

Xo. Xo. 

8 985 I Roger G.Rittciihonsc,h.DecemheY 2^,\^^(); 

d. November 13, 1890. 

986 2 Esther Rittciil/oiisc, b. January 18, 189 1 ; of 

Reading, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 638. 

JACOB R. BERGEY7, of Ann Kolb^ (Bergey), 01 
Davids, of Henrv^ of Dillmans, of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 

8 987 I Anna Illaria Bcrgcy, b. October 26, 1859; 

m. Jacob Godshall ; res., Lederachsville, 
Pa. 

8 988 2 Sarali Bcrgcy, b. September 16, 1861 ; m. 

Elias Grater ; res.. Grater's Ford, Pa. 
feed, coal and lumber. 

8 989 3 Alvin Bcrgcy, b. December 3, 1878. 

8 990 4 Jolin Bcrgcy,h. K-^xW 2, 1865; d. April 11, 

1 865 ; aged nine days. 



CHILDREN OF No. 639. 

WILLIAM K. BERGEY7, of Ann Kolb^ (Bergey), 01 
Davids, of Henry^, of Dillman3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

8 991 I A son ; died in infancy. 

8 992 2 Irvin Bergey, m. Mary Pennypacker ; res., 

Lederachsville, Pa. ; farmer ; German 
Reformed. 

8 ' 993 3 Bcncvillc Bergey, m. Mary Detra, Lederachs- 

ville, Pa. ; laborer ; Mennonites. 



136 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. Xo. So. " 

8 994 4 Annie Bcrgey, m. Charles Turk, Lederachs- 

ville, Pa. 

8 995 5 Charles Bergey. 



CHILDREN OF No. 640. 

DAVID K. BERGEY7, of Axx Kolb^ (Bergey), of 
Davids, of Henrv*, of Dillmax^, of Martix^, of DILLMAX^ 

1 Annie Bergey, b. May 11, 1870. 

2 Laura Bergey, b. February 23, 1872; m. 
John Weidemoyer. 

3 Lizzie Bergey, b. January 17, 1873. 

4 Monroe Bergey, b. February 9, 1874. 

5 Wilson Bergey, b. April 25, 1875. 

6 John Bergey, b. February 16, 1880. 

7 Kate Bergey, b. January 11, 1883. 

8 Frank Bergey, b. January 15, 1878. 

9 Mary Bergey, b. November 11, 1877. 

10 Lforace Bergey, h. November 12, 1878. 

1 1 Elmer Bergey, b. May 25, 1885. 

12 Lrvin Bergey, b. March 25, 1888. 

13 Alice Bergey, \). March 15, 1891. 
All of Lederachsville, Pa. 



8 


996 


8 


997 


8 


998 


8 


999 


8 


1000 


8 


1 00 1 


8 


1002 


8 


1003 


8 


1004 


8 


1005 


8 


1006 


8 


1007 


8 


1008 



CHILDREN OF No. 641. 

KATIE ANN BERGEY^ (Leidy), of Axx Kolb^ (Ber- 
gey), of Davids, of Hexry^ of DiLLMAX^, of Martix^, of 

DILLMAX^ 



KULP FAMILY. 137 

Individual Farailv 
Gen. No. No. 

8 1009 I William H. Lcidy, b. Augu.st ii, 1866; m. 

Mary Engel, June 29, 1889; she was 
born February 15, 1 870; have one child, 
Loraine. 

8 1 010 2 Fraukli/i J. Lcidv, b. August 15, 1868; d. 
March 8, 1871. 

8 10 1 1 3 Charles C. Lcidy, b. May i, 1871. 

8 1012 4 Jllilhvi E. Lcidy. h.]w\y 3, 1874; d. Febru- 
ary 13, 1876. 
All of Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 642. 
JOHN R. BERGEY7, of Ann Kolb^ (Bergey), of Davids, 

of HeNRY4, of DiLLMAN3, of MARTIN^ of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Annie Maria Bergey, b. November 15, 1873. 

2 John Os7i'i/i Bergey, b. December 27, 1876. 

3 ]Villiani Bergey, b. March 4, 1875. 

4 Theodore Bergey, b. July 14, 1878. 

5 Aliee Bergey, h. July 24, 1 88 1. 

6 A/i/i ]\Ii)ierva Bergey, b. January 2, 1884. 

8 10 1 9 7 Harvey Eugene Bergey, h.Y&hxw?iXy \,\'^(^0\ 

of Schwenksville, Pa. 



8 


1013 


8 


1014 


8 


1015 


8 


1016 


8 


1017 


8 


1018 



CHILDREN OF No. 683. 

ELIZABETH FRP:Y7 (Kolb), of Ann Kelter^ (Frey), 
of Elizabeth Kolrs (Kelter), of Matthias^, of Dillman^, of 
Martin^ of Dillman\ 



138 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. Xo. ' 

8 1020 I Katie Kolb, m. Frank Simon. 

8 102 1 2 Grant Ko/b, m. Ella Hunter. 

Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 685. 

ALBERT JOHNSON?, of Hannah Kelter^ (Johnson), 
of Elizabeth Kolbs (Kelter), of Matthias*, of Dillman^, of 
Martin^, of Dillman\ 

8 1022 I Albert Johnson ; Providence, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 704. 

JOHN K. FUNK7, of Ann Kolb^ (Funk), of Johns, of 
Matthias*, of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

8 1023 I Katie D. Funk, b. November 22, 1875. 

8 1024 2 Harrie W. Funk, b. April 16, 1878. 
8 1025 3 Jf7///V /v////', b. April 6, 1885. 

All of Spring City, Chester county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 708. 
ISAAC IRVIN FUNK7, of Ann Kolb^ (Funk), of Johns, 

of M.ATTHIAS*, of DlLLMAN^, of MaRT1N% of DiLLMAN'. 

8 1026 I 67c?;7?;/rfy. /v/;//', b. November 16, 1884; d. 

July 24, 1887. 

8 1027 2 Elviira S. Funk, b. November 7, 1886. 

Both of Spring City, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 139 

CHILDREN OF No. 710. 

AARON FUNK7, of Ann Kolb^ (Funk), of Johns, of 
Matthias-*, of Dillman3, of Martin^ of Dillman\ 

Indiridual J^amily 
Gen. No. So. 

8 1028 I Lydia Funk, b. March 14, 1892. 

All of Spring City, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 713. 

JOHN F. KULP7, of JoNATHAN^ of Johns, of Matthias^, 
of Dillman3, of Martin^ of Dillman\ 

8 1029 I Jacob Clayton Kiilp, b. September 12, 1874. 

8 1030 2 Sarah Ku/p,h.'M3.vc\\ 12, 1877. 

8 103 1 3 lohn IV. Knlp, b. March 7, 1882. 

8 1032 4 Mary Ada Kulp, b. August 29, 1886. 
All of Spring City, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 714. 
JACOB F. KULP7, of JoNATHAN^ of Johns, of Mat- 

THIAS^ of DiLLMAN3, of MaRTIN% of DlLLMAN\ 

8 1033 I SaraJi Elizabctli Kidp^h.'^ovQnUo&x 2'i,\Z'j6\ 

d. January 8, 1877. 

8 1034 2 Mary Kulp, b. November 28, 1877. 

8 1035 3 Amos Kulp, b. October 24, 1879. 

8 1036 4 Martlia Kidp,h. November 11, 1881. 

8 1037 5 Charles Kidp, b. January 9, 1884. 

8 1038 6 ri/;/;^<i: A'////, b. June 2, 1887. 



140 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

No. No." 

1039 7 Lydia Kiilp, b. Augu.st 2, 1889. 



Gen 



8 1040 8 Emma Kulp, b. October 10,, 1891. 
All of Spring City, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 716. 

SARAH SCHLICHTER7 (Styer), of M.arv Kolb^ 
(Schlichter), of Johns, of M.\tthias'^, of Dillman^, of Martin'', 

of DiLLMAN'. 

8 1 04 1 I riW^j-Av .SVj'cv-, b. April 4, i8cS3. 

8 1042 2 Annie May Sty ci\ b. May 2, 1884; d. June 

1884. 

8 1043 3 Mary Sty cr,h. ]v\\y 2(.), 1888. 

All of Chester county, Pa. 



childrp:n of no. 717. 

JOHN SCHLICHTER7, of Mary Kolb^ (Schlichter), of 
Johns, of Matthia-s*, of Dillmans, of M.\rtin% of Dillman'. 

8 1044 I Mary Schlichter, b. February lo, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 718. 

WEBSTER SCHLICHTER7, of Mary Kulp^ (Schlich- 
ter), of Johns, of Matthias^, of Dillman^, of Martin^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

8 1045 I Walter F. Schlic/iter,h. December 27, 1890. 

8 1046 2 Grant Bnrdettc Schlichter, h.y[3.rc\\ i^, iSg2. 
Both of Chester county, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 141 

CHILDREN OF No. 736. 
HORACE KULP7, of William^, of Isaac^, of Mat- 

THIASS of DiLLMAN3, of MARTIN^ of DiLLMAN'. 

Indiviilual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 1047 ^ Claraiicc Kulp. 

8 1048 2 One died young. 

Both of Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 752. 

JOHN K0LB7, of Daniel H.^ of Samuel^ of Daniel*, 
of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

8 1049 I I sap] line Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 754. 

SAMUEL K0LB7, of Daniel H.^, of Samuel^, of Dan- 
lEL^ of Dillman3, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

8 10491^ I HarvLj Kulp. 

8 1050 2 Lotti Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 756. 

AARON KULP7, of Daniel H.^ of Samuel^, of Dan- 
IEL4, of Dillman3, of Martin^, of Dillman\ 

8 105 1 I Claraiicc Kulp. 

8 1052 2 Elsie Ruth Kulp. 

8 1053 3 Elizabeth Kulp. 



142 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 797. 

SIMEON K. CASSEL7, of DA^■lEL^ of Wilhelmina 
Kolb5 (Cassel), of Daniel^, of Dillmax^, of Martin^, of 

DiLLMAX'. 

Individual Family 
Gen. Xo. Xo. 

8 1054 I Allen Casscl,h. December 4, 1866; m. Re- 

becca Kennedy October 10, 1891. 

8 1055 2 Katie Casscl, b. November 25, 1868. 

S 1056 3 Jacob F. Casscl,h.^oxQn\her 6, \^jo\ mute; 

in Pennsylvania Training School at El- 
wyn, Delaware county, Pa. 

8 1057 4 Charles Casscl, h. October 3, 1872. 

8 1058 5 Annie Casscl, b. August lO, 1874; d. June 

12, 1892. 

8 1059 6 Edith Casscl, h.]\\\y 26, \d>y6; d. September 
20, 1888. 

8 1060 7 Siilic Casscl, b. Jul)' 20, 1878. 

8 1 06 1 8 George Casscl, b. December 13, 1879. 

8 1062 9 Lizzie Casscl, b. October 14, 1881. 



CHILDREN OF No. 799. 

ABEL K. CASSEL7, of DAXIEL^ of Wilhelmina Kolb5 
(Cassel), of Daxiel*, of Dillmaxs, of Martix^ of Dillmax'. 

8 1063 I George ]]'ashington Casscl, b. May 12, 1872; 

d. in infancy same day. 

8 1064 2 Elhuood Casscl, b. November 9, 1873; d. 
October 18, 1874. 



KULP FAMILY. I43 



ludiviilual Familv 

Gen. Xo. Xu. 



Gen. Xo. Xo. 

8 1065 3 Abel Claraiicc G?j>-^r/, b. October 7, 1875 ; d. 

December 22, 1877. 

8 1066 4 Elizabeth Corziiic Casscl, b. December 16, 
1878. 

8 1067 5 Anna Bella Casscl, b. September 9, 1880. 

8 1068 6 James Cassel, horn September i, 1881 ; died 
October 30, 1 88 1. 

8 1069 7 Williaiii Aiidrexi' (f(?^''j>v/, b. Sept. 10, 1882. 

8 1070 8 Mary Ellen Cassel. 

8- 1 07 1 9 E(hcin Oetai'iiis Cassel, b. July 20, 1885 ; d. 

December 9, 1885. 

8 1072 10 Rnfus Burnett Getnian, Jr., Cassel, h. March 
15, 1888 ; d. May 16, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 800. 

WILLIAM K. CASSEL7, of ABRAHAM^ of Wilhelmina 
Kolbs (Cassel), of Daniel^, of Dillmans, of MARTIN^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

8 1073 I Mary Catharine Cassel, b. April 9, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF No. 802. 

JOSIAH K. CASSEL7, of ABRAHAM^ of Wilhelmina 
Kolbs, of Daniel^, of Dillm.ans, of Martin^ of Dillman'. 

8 1074 I Mamie F. Cassel. 

8 1075 2 William F. Cassel. 

8 1076 3 Wilhelmi)ia F. Cassel. 
All of Norristown, Pa. 



144 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 813. 

MARY EMILY CASSEL^, of JAC0I5^ of Wilhelmina 
Kolbs (Cassel), of Daniel^, of Dillmaxs, of Martin^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

lurUvi'lual KHinilv 

Gen. -\(.. Xu . 

8 1077 I yJ//W' (Tc?///^?/'/;/^' Z/Z/A', b. September 13, 1889. 

8 1078 2 A cJiild, born and died in infancy, August 

24, 1890. 
Both of Oxford, Chester county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 821. 

JACOB K. BENNER7. of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Benner), 
of JAC0155, of Daniel-*, of Dillmax3, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 



8 


1079 


I 


David Btiiiici . 


8 


1080 


2 


Sa/Zii' BciDicr. 


8 


1081 




AbrcxJiain Bcinicr 


8 


1082a 


4 


Aiiiiic Btiincr. 


8 


1083b 


5 


Jacob Bcniicr. 


8 


1084c 


6 


Lizzie Bonier. 


8 


io85d 


7 


B-vi)i Be liner. 


8 


io86e 


8 


lidward Benner. 



P. O. Lederachsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 822. 

JULIANN BENNER7 (Cassel), of Elizabeth Kolb^ 
(Benner), of Jacob^, of Daniel^, of Dillmaxs, of Martin^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

8 1082 I Anna Agnes Cassel, b. November 9, 1875 ; 

m. Henr\- Wismer. 



Gen. 


ludividual 
No. 


Family 
No. 


KULP FAMILY. 




8 


1083 


2 


Harry Lincoln CasscI, b. July 


16, 1877 


8 


1084 


1 


Clara Casscl. 




8 


1085 


4 


Enuiia Casscl. 




8 


1086 


5 


Rosalinda Casscl. 




8 


1087 


6 


Morris Casscl. 




8 


1088 


7 


Julian Casscl. 




8 


1088a 


8 


Irene Casscl. 




8 


1088b 


9 


Ellic Casscl. 





H5 



All of Skippackville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 823. 

MILTON K. BENNER7, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Benner), 
of Jacobs, of Daniel^, of Dillmans, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

1 Henry K. Bcnncr, b. May 13, 1879. 

2 Wilson K. Bcnncr., b. May 25, 1881. 

3 Annie K. Benner, b. November 24, 1882. 

4 Katie K. Bcnncr, b. March 2, 1885. 

5 Benjamin Harrison K. Bcnncr, b. August 
18, 1889. 

All of Lucon. Pa. 



8 


1087 


8 


1088 


8 


1089 


8 


1090 


8 


1 09 1 



CHILDREN OF No. 824. 

AMANDA K. BENNER^ (Souder), of Elizabeth 
KoLB^ (Benner), of Jacobs, of Daniel*, of Dillman3^ of Mar- 
tin^, of DiLLMAN'. 

8 1092 I George Soiulcr, b. April 23, 1882. 



146 KULP FAMILY. 

ludiviilual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 1093 2 Annie Scnidcr, b. No\'ember 18, 1886. 

8 1094 3 David Sander, b. Jul}' 3, 1890. 

8 1095 4 Rnssel Sander. 

All of Skippackville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 848. See 824. 



CHILDREN OF No. 873. 

SARAH FRANCES KOLB? (Topham), of Henry W.^ 
of Abraham^, of Marti n+, of Dillmans, of Martin^, of Dill- 
man'. 

8 1099 I Sanniel Adam Tapliani. 

Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 910. 

DAVID MARTIN RITTENHOUSE^, of Nicholas 
M.7, of Nicholas^, of Nicholas^, of Martin"*, of Sarah Kolb3 
(Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

9 IIOO I Clans RittenJianse, b. at Baltimore. 



CHILDREN OF No. 922. 

WILLIAM P. BROOKS^, of Elizabeth Rittenhouse? 
(Brooks), of Nicholas^, of Nicholas^, of Martin^, of Sarah 
Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTI^^ of Dillman'. 

9 I loi I Annie Brooks; at Roxborough, Philadel- 

phia. 



KULP FAMILY. 147 

CHILDREN OF No. 939. 

MARIA UMSTED^ (Stover), of Daniel^, of WILLIAM^ 
of Elizabeth Rittenhouses (Umsted), of Martin^ of Sarah 
Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTI^•^ of Dillman^ 

lu.liviiUial Faiiiilv 

Geu. No. No. 

9 1 102 I Morris Stover. Qiiakertown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 942. 

FANNIE UMSTED^ of Thomas?, of WILLLAM^ of Eliz- 
abeth Rittenhouses (Umsted), of MARTI^-^ of Sarah Kolb3 
(Rittenhouse), of MARTI^•^ of Dillman\ 

9 1 103 I Lciois H. Sxoift. 



CHILDREN OF No. 943. 

HARRY UMSTED^ of Thomas?, of WILLIAM^ of Eliz- 
abeth Rittenhouse^ (Umsted), of Martin-*, of Sarah Kolb3 
(Rittenhouse), of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

9 1 104 I Rosabel Umsted. 



CHILDREN OF No. 947. 

ADDIE TYSON^ (Parker), of Amanda Umsted? (Tyson), 
of William^, of Elizabeth Rittenhouses (Umsted), of Mar- 
tin4, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of MARTIN^ of Dillman'. 

9 1 105 I Jeanetta Parker. 

9 1 106 2 Tluvnas Parker. 

9 1 107 3 Willie Parker. 



148 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 948. 

MARIA A. TYSON^ (Maxwell), of Amanda Umsted^ 
(Tyson), of William*^, of Elizabeth Rittenhouses (Umsted), 
of Martin'*, of Sarah Kolb3 (Rittenhouse), of Martin'', of 
Dillman'. 

ludiviiJual Family 
Gen. Xo. No. ' 

9 II 08 I Acidic Maxx^'cU. 

9 1 1 09 2 May Alaxwcil. 

9 1 1 1 o 3 Frank Maxwell. 
All of Blue Bell, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 949. 

EUGENE EVERMAN^ of Angeline Umsted? (Ever- 
man), of William^, of Elizabeth Rittenhouses (Umsted), of 
Martin'*, of Sarah Kolb3, of Martin^, of Dillman^ 

9 1 1 1 1 I Fannie E^'crnian. 

9 1 1 1 2 2 Addic Evcrnian. 

9 1 1 1 3 3 Sadie Ever man. 

All of Dakota. 



CHILDREN OF No. 950. 
WILLIAM EVERMAN^ of Angeline Umsted? (Ever- 
man), of William^, of Elizabeth Rittenhouse^ (Umsted), of 
Martin-*, of Sarah Kolrs (Rittenhou.s'e), of Martin^, of Dill- 
man'. 

9 1 114 I Horace Ever man. 

9 1 1 1 5 2 Angeline Everman. 



Family of Jacob Kolb and Sarah Van Sintern. 



CHILDREN OF No. 5. 
JACOB KOLB^ of DiLLMAN\ 



Geu. 



3 1200 I Isaac Kolb, b. March 28, 171 1; m. Geer- 

trauta Ziegler, and moved to Gwynedd 
township, Montgomery county, Pa., 
called North Wales, and had nine child- 
ren ; he was an extremely strong man, 
and was known as " Der Grosse Isaac," 
or " der sehr starke man " — the very 
strong man. 

Incidents by Dr. John Overholt : — The Kulp ancestors 
were a strong, athletic people, some of them almost giants. 
It is related that Isaac Kulp (known as " Strong Isaac") was 
a powerful man. It is said that when he was building a 
house, one day while at dinner, he was discussing with his work- 
men whether the cross beams could be hauled to the place 
with two horses, or whether four horses would be required. 
After dinner he walked out to where the timber lay, and 
shouldered it, and to the utter surprise of the workmen they 
saw him bearing the piece of timber on his shoulders. The 
fame of his strength was heralded far and wide throughout 
the neighborhood round about. He was a peaceably dis- 
posed man, and would not fight, though often challenged. 
When on a certain trip to Philadelphia, he stopped at a hotel 
over night, he came in contact with a bully, who challenged 
him to fight, which was declined, whereupon the bully 
branded him a coward and struck him in the face, which 

(K. F.— II.) 



150 , KULP FAMILY. 

angered Mr. Kulp so that he grabbed the bully by both his 
arms near the shoulders and set him in a chair that squashed 
under him. When he arose from the floor both of his arms 
were powerless. The bully said he was satisfied with the 
experiment, and did not wish to fight with Kulp after that. 

Indiviili.ul Familv 

Gea. Xo. - No. 

3 1 201 2 Agues Kolb,h. 1713; m. Michael Dirstein ; 

had eleven children. 

3 1202 3 E/habcth KoIb,h. ]i\nc 2T), 1716; m. Valen- 

tine Hunsicker in 1735 ; he died March 
30, 1771 ; had seven children ; resided in 
Skippack township, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; he was the father of Bishop Hein- 
rich Hunsicker, and came from Switzer- 
land in 17 17; he was born in 1700. 

3 1203 4 Nellie KoIb,h. 1719; m. Jacob Sabelkuhl. 

3 1204 5 Heurieli Kolb, b. 172 1 ; m. Elizabeth Cassel 

May 10, 1744; had eleven children — 
Jacob, Yelles, Isaac, Dillman, Elizabeth, 
Maria, Henrich (four more died unmar- 
ried) ; she was born 17 19; died 1798, 
and was a daughter of Julius (Yelles) 
Cassel, who came to Pennsylvania in 
1727; he had a dyeing and fulling mill 
on the Ridge Valley creek, near Sum- 
neytown, Pa. 

3 1205 6 Maria Kolb,h. 1724; m. Joseph Detweiler; 

had five children. 

3 1206 7 Dilliiia)i Kolb, b. 1725 ; m. Susanna Krister; 
had four children. 

3 1207 8 J\Iagda/eiia Kolbyh. 1729; unmarried. 

3 1208 9 Sara Kolb, b. 1732; m. Henrich Detweiler; 

had six children. 



een. 



KULP FAMILY. I5I 

CHILDREN OF No. 1200. 
ISAAC K0LB3, of JAC0B^ of Dh.lman'. 



4 1209 I CatJiarinc Kolb, m. Samuel Meyer, a son of 

Christian and grandson of the pioneer, 
Christian, of Salford. 

4 1 2 10 2 /c7r(?/;' AW/;, m. Elizabeth Fretz ; he was born 
1737; died about 1804; Doylestown, 
Bucks county, Pa. 

4 121 1 3 J//cV/c7r/ AW/;, m. Anna Rosenberger ; three 

children, Helena, Isaac and Barbara ; he 
was born in Gwynedd, Pa. 

4 1 21 2 4 Isaac Ko/b, m. Catharine Meyer. 

4 12-13 5 ElizabctJi KoIb,h. 1748; d. 1827; m. Jacob 

Alderfer, b. January 5, 1739; d. July 16, 
1797 ; her father willed to her six pounds 
extra because she served him faithfully 
during his widowerhood and sickness ; 
see will, made 1 772, witnessed by Michael 
Ziegler, Margaret Weber and Andrew 
Ziegler, proven August 7, 1776, recorded 
in Book 2, page 325, Philadelphia ; Jacob 
Alderfer resided in Lower Salford, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa., and was the son of 
Frederick Alderfer, who was born in the 
Palatinate, in Germany, on the 1 8th of 
May, 1 71 5, and came to America in the 
ship "Samuel," August 1 1, 1732, and 
married the young widow Klemmer in 
1738; her maiden name was Ann Det- 
weiler. 

4 1 2 14 * 6 Abraham Kolb. 

4 1 21 5 7 Dill man Kolb. 



152 KULP FAMILY. 

Iiiaivi.Uial Family 

Gca. Xo. Xo. 

4 1 2 16 8 Sarah Kolb, m. ; it is said she 

had a daughter Margaret, b. May 11, 
1779, who married Abraham Hoch, of 
Canada, and had one child, Maria, b. 
March 7, 181 5, who married Bishop 
Dilhiian Moyer, of Canada. 

4 1 217 9 Susanna Kolb, x\\.]2,coh Wo\\s,'>Qx \ had seven 
children. It is said that Susanna was 
married first to Michael Moyer. 

4 1 218 10 Gcrtrant Kolb, m. Christian Bergie ; have 
five children. 

4 1 2 19 II Hannah Kolb, m. Mannassie Fretz ; have 
four children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1201. 
AGNES KOLB3 (Dirstein). of Jacob% of Dillman'. 

1 Sara Dirstein. 

2 Jacob Dirstein, m. Diana Rosenberg. 

3 Barbara Dirstein, m. Jacob Meyer. 

4 Elizabetli Dirstein, m. Samuel Doltz. 

5 Isaac Dirstein, m. Catharine Delp. 

6 Abraham Dirstein, m. Catharine Seller. 

7 Sara Dirstein, m. Pieter Seller. 

8 Maria Dirstein. 

9 Catharine Dirstein. 
10 JMaria Dirstein, m. Jacob Clemrner. 

4 1230 II Jolianna Dirstein, xn. A\:iXd\\7}Si\ Oh&x\\o\zQr. 



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1221 


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1223 


4 


1224 


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1225 


4 


1226 


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1227 


4 


1228 


4 


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KULP FAMILY. 153 

CHILDREN OF No. 1202. 

ELIZABETH KOLB3 (Hunsicker), of JACOB^ of Dill- 
man'. 

Inrlividual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

4 1 23 1 I Jacob Hunsicker, m. Elizabeth Clemens, of 

Salford, Pa. 

4 1232 2 /yc/c/r //?///.s7?/(77-, m. Barbara Grater, of Skip- 

pack, Pa. 

4 1233 3 Sara Hunsicker, m. Godshalk Godshalk, of 

Salford, Pa. 

4 1234 4 J^alcntinc Hunsicker. 

4 1235 5 CatJiarine Hu/isicker, m. Gerhard Clemens, 

of Salford, Pa., where they resided. 

4 1236 6 Ahraliani Hunsicker. 

4 1237 7 HeinricJi Hunsicker, m. Esther Detweiler ; 

res., Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1204. 

HEINRICH K0LB3, of JACOB^ of DILLMAN^ 

4 123S I Jacob Kolb, m. Annie Yoder June 29, 1768; 

res., Upper Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

4 1239 2 I 'c'/A'jr AW/^ m. Catharine Sabel, or Savacool ; 
res., Skippack, Pa. 

4 1240 3 Isaac Kolb, m. Rachel Janssen ; res., Gwyn- 

edd. Pa. 

4 1 241 4 DiUuian Kolb, m. Lydia Mack, daughter of 

Alexander Mack, Jr., of Germantown ; 
res., Skippack. 



154 KULP FAMILY. 

From manuscripts in possession of Abram H. Cassel, at 
Harleysville, Montgomery county, Pa. : — As regards the 
character of Alexander Mack, Jr., he is represented as a sin- 
cere, good man, much given to retirement ; by occupation a 
stocking weaver ; and as his worldly possessions were but 
small, so his wants were but few, which made his contentment 
equally complete. 

In his public preaching it is said he did not manifest 
much oratory, but with the pen he was very ready and fluent. 
He had a particular talent for poetry, as many hundred of his 
verses and poetic stanzas still exist. He possessed a remark- 
able degree of sagacity and discernment, so that no art could 
ensnare him or hypocrisy beguile him. 

He died on the 20th of March, 1803, at the advanced 
age of ninety-one years, one month and 20 days. His last 
words were : " Num reisz ich gegen Morgen, wer mit will 
der mach sich eilends fertig." Although he was as well yet 
as usual, he had a strange presentiment of his dissolution be- 
ing near. He therefore composed the following epitaph for 
his grave-stone, which he brought to his daughter, Anna 
Fox, telling her that his departure was at hand now, and 
that this was his last visit to her, as it proved to be. The 
epitaph may yet be seen on his tomb-stone in the Brethren's 
grave-yard, in Germantown, in the following words : 

" Gott ! der uns liat aus staub gemacht, 
Und wiederum — zu staub i;ebiaclit, 
Wird zeuLjen seiner weisheit-machl, 
W'ann wir nacli seiiiem bild erwacht." 

Alexander Mack, Sr., was born in Schriesheim, in der 
Cur Pfaltz, in the year 1679; his wife was a Miss Kingin ; 
came to America, where he died in 1735, and is buried in the 
Axes or Concord grave-yard, Germantown. He had three 
sons and two daughters. Both daughters died young. The 
sons were Valentine, Johannes and Alexander, Jr. He was 
born in 17 12, at Swartzenau, in Witgensteinland, and came 
with his father to America, as above stated, in 1729. In 1749 
he married Elizabeth Nisc, daughter of William Xise, of Ger- 



KULP FAMILY. 155 

mantown, in the thirty-seventh year of his age. He was 
called to the ministry on the first day of June, 1748, and on 
the tenth day of June, 1753, he was advanced to the office 
of elder or bishop by the imposition of hands, at which time 
the care of the church at Germantown was publicly laid upon 
him. He had two sons and five daughters. The sons were 
William and Alexander. The latter died young, but William 
left a family of sons and daughters. The daughters of Alex- 
ander, Jr., were Sarah Margaretta ; she married Jacob Zieg- 
ler, Hannah married Adam Weaver, Lydia married Dillman 
Kolb, of Skippack, and afterwards married again to Jacob 
LeiTtz, a baker, of Philadelphia ; Elizabeth died young ; Anna 
Margaretta was married to Emanuel Fox, the son of the emi- 
nent Justus Fox, and the father of the elder or bishop, John 
Fox, of Philadelphia, who have left him a great number of 
grand and great-grand children, who are now dispersed 
through the different states of the Union. 

IlKliviilual Family 

Geu. Xo. No. 

4 1242 5 ElizabctJi Kolb, m. John Miller; moved to 

Chalfont, Bucks county, Pa. 

4 1243 6 Maria Kolb, m. Johannes Schaum ; moved 
West. 

4 1244 7 Hcinrich Kolb, m. Barbara Hunsicker; he 
married a second time to Maria Kolb ; 
res., Skippack, Pa. 

Four more died unmarried whose names are not on the 
old records. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1205. 
MARIA KOLB3 (Joseph Detweiler), of JACOB^ of Dill- 



MAN^ 



156 KULP FAMILY. 

luaivirlual Failiilv 

Gen. Xo. No. 

4 1245 ^ JoJianncs Dctzvcilcr, m. Catharine Funk, a 

daughter of Rev. Christian Funk, of 
Franconia, Pa. 

4 1246 2 Jacob Dctzveiler, m. Maria Funk, evidently 
a daughter of John Funk, son of Hein- 
rich (A. J. Fretz). 

Jacob Funk, of Indian creek, a cousin to John Funk, also 
had a daughter Maria about same age, and born and raised in 
the near neighborhood of the Detweiler's. Might it not be 
more probable that it was the daughter of Jacob Funk ? 

D. K. C.ASSEL. 

Individual Familv 
Gun. .No. -No." 

4 1247 3 Sara Dctzveiler ; unmarried. 

4 1248 4 S?/sanj/a Dctzveiler, m. Martin Rittenhouse, 
son of Nicholas Rittenhouse and Sara 
Kolb ; res., Roxborough, Philadelphia. 

4 1249 5 Elirjabct/i Dctzveiler. 



childrp:n of No. 1206. 

DILLMAN K0LB3_ of jAcoii% of Dillmak'. 

4 1250 I Siisajiua Kolb, m. Johannes Kintzie. 

4 1 25 1 2 Sara Kolb, m. Martin Kolb, of Skippack, 

Pa., a son of Isaac Kolb and Maria 
Schwartz. 

4 1252 3 Margaret Kolb, m. Gerhard Stauffer; res., 

Skippack, Pa. 

June 21, 1790, Margaret Kolb bound to David Allebach 
for ten years, nine months and seven days, by and with the 
consent of her guardian, Godshalk Godshalk, to send her to 
school to learn to read and write ; when free to give her a 



KULP FAMILY. I 57 

new bedstead and bed, a new spinning wheel and a good free- 
dom dress, besides her other apparel. — Michael Crolls Docket. 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. ' 

4 1253 4 Jacob Kolb, b. 1781 ; m. Elizabeth Bean. 

June 21, 1790, Jacob Kolb bound to Henry Kolb, by and 
with the consent of his guardian, Godshalk Godshalk, for 
eleven years, nine months, twenty seven days, to send him to 
school to learn to read and write sufficient ; when free to give 
him ^15 in cash, gold or silver money, and a good and suffi- 
cient freedom suit, besides his other apparel. 

N. B. — To learn him the trade of a weaver or blue dyer, 
or any other trade at the choice of the apprentice. — Michael 
CrolPs Docket. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1208. 
SARAH K0LB3 (Detwiler), of J.ACOD^ of Dillmak\ 

Individual Familv 

Gcu. Xo. Xii. 

4 1254 I Jolianncs Dctiueiler, m. Barbara Weierman ; 

res., Hatfield, Pa. 

4 1255 2 Susanna Detzueiler, m. Hcnrich Bien, of 

Skippack. 

4 1256 3 Jacob Detivciler. 

4 1257 4 Sara Detivciler. 

4 1258 5 He >i rich Detiveiler. 

4 1259 6 Isaac Detzoeiler. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1209. 
CATHARINE KOLB+ (Meyer), of Isaacs, of JACOB^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

5 1260 I Fronica Meyer, m. Abraham Wismer. 



158 KULP FAMILY. 

lu.liviilual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

5 1260a 2 Isaac Meyer, b. October 11, 1758; m. Miss 
Landis. 

5 b 3 Elizabeth Jlleyer, b. December 10, 1760; d. 

1762. 

5 1 260c 4 Christian Meyer, b. March 27, 1763; m. 
Miss Mary Landis. 

5 d 5 Samuel Meyer, b. July 8, 1765 ; d. February 

6, 1847; '^i- Susanna Bleam. 

5 e 6 i^fr'.yc^r*:;/; J/rj'r/', b. November 24, 1767 ; d. 

June 5, 1833; m. Magdalena Bechtel. 

5 f 7 Abraham Meyer, h. November 19, 1770; m. 

Elizabeth Bechtel. 

5 g 8 Dilluian Meyer, b. December 17, 1772; d. 

November 26, 181 2; m. Barbara Lat- 
shaw ; went to Canada. 

5 h 9 Henrich Meyer, b. October 27, 1774; d. 

October 19, 1857; m. Salome Stover. 



CHILDREN OF No. 12 10. 

JACOB KOLB^ of Isaacs of JACOB^ of Dillman\ 

5 1 26 1 I Isaac Kiilp, b. 1762; m. Mary Clymer ; 

farmer ; Mennonites. 

5 1262 2 JoJui Kulp, m. Barbara Funk; he was born 

in 1764. 

5 1263 3 Gertraut Kulp, b. 1767; m. Jacob Huns- 

berger ; no issue. 

5 1 264 4 Jacob Kulp, b. 1 769 ; was ordained to the 
ministry in the Mennonite congregation 



KULP FAMILY. I 59 



Individual 



5 1264 4 at Doylestown, Bucks county, Pa. ; after- 

wards moved to Holmes county, Ohio, 
and settled at Walnut creek ; m. Catha- 
rine Delp. 

5 1265 5 Abraliaiii Kulp, b. 1771; was ordained to 

the ministry in the Mennonite church at 
Deep Run, Bucks county. Pa. ; died in 
1848; m. Sarah Hunsicker. 

6 Dillmaii Kiilp, b. 1773; m. Hester Leicy. 

7 Henry Kulp, b. 1776; m. Anna Hunsicker. 

8 Elizabctli Kiilp,h. 1778; m. Jacob Silvius ; 
no issue. 

9 Barbara Ki/Ip, b. 1781 ; d. 1783. 

10 Cat/iariiic Kii/p, b. 17S3; d. September 11, 
1876; m. Simon Musselman. 

All of Bucks county. Pa. 



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1267 


5 


1268 


5 


1269 


5 


1270 



childrp:n of no. 121 i. 

MICHAEL K0LB4, of Isaac3, of JACOB^ of Dillman\ 

5 1 27 1 I Helena Kulp, m. Michael Weierman ; res., 

Hatfield, Pa. 

5 1272 2 Isaae Kulp. 

5 1273 3 Barbara Knlp, m. Jacob Geisinger. 

All born in Gwynecld. 



l60 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1212. 
ISAAC KOLB^ of Isaacs, of JAC0B^ of Dillman\ 

^amilv 
No. 

1 Magdalena Kolb, m. Abraham Hunsberger. 

2 Isaac Kolb. 

3 Elirjabcth Kolb. 

4 Pirtcr Kolb. 

5 Jacob Kolb. 

6 Margaret Kolb. 

7 Dillinan Kolb. 

8 Isaac Kolb, h. 1750; d. 1828. 

9 Barbara Kolb. 

10 Catharine Kolb, m. Hupert Casscl, of Towa 
mencin, Montgomery county, Pa. 
All were born in Gwynedd, Pa. 



I 

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Xo. 

274 


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282 


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283 



chili)rp:n of No. 1213. 

ELIZABt:TH K0LB4 (Alderfer), of Isaacs, of JACOB^ 

of DlLLMAN'. 

5 1284 I i^nv/^r/r/' ^/^/tv/r;-, m. I'>li/,abeth Hagy ; res., 

Lower Salford, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonitc-s ; Frederick was born 
September 22, 1771 ; d. July 11, 1852. 

5 1285 2 Isaac Alderfer, h. October 7, 1773; d. No- 

vember 8, 1842 ; m. Hannah Oberholzer ; 
she died ; he married again to Elizabeth 
Oberholzer ; he was for many years a 
preacher in the INIennonite church in 



KULP FAMILY. l6l 



lurlividual 



Gen. 



5 1285 2 Lower Salford, Montgomery county, 

Pa. ; farmer ; lived retired. 

5 1286 3 Gcrtraut Aldcrfcr, b. October 29, 1776; d. 
April 18, 1834; m. John Kiensy ; res., 
Rock Hill, Bucks county. Pa. ; farmer ; 
Mennonites. 

5 1287 4 Anna Aldcrfcr, b. May 14, 1780; d. Novem- 
ber 17, 1823 ; m. Jacob Kiensy ; res., near 
Lederachsville, Montgomery county, Pa.i 
farmer ; Mennonites. 

5 1288 5 Jacob Aldcrfcr, b. August 15, 1785; d. 

March 2, 1845 ; m. Margaret -Van Vos- 
sen ; res., Lower Salford, Montgomery 
county. Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

There was at the time of his funeral a deep snow on the 
ground and sleighing was excellent ; many friends and rela- 
tives came to the funeral in sleighs ; and when they were 
about getting ready to go to the place of burial they were 
surprised to find that all the bells were taken off their horses 
and put in their sleighs, which was privately ordered. 

Ilidiviclual Family 

Goil. No. Xo. 

5 1289 6 Johannes Aldcrfcr ; no record. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1217. 

SUSANNA K0LB4 (Hausser), of Isaac3, of JAC0I5^ of 
Dillman'. 

5 1290 I Abraham Hansscr. 

5 1 29 1 2 Margaret Hansscr. 

5 1 292 3 Sanincl Hansscr. 

5 1293 4 Elizabeth Hansscr. 



1 62 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

5 1294 5 Isaac Haitsscr. 

5 1 295 6 Jacob Haitsscr. 

5 1295^ 7 Dilhiian Hausscr, b. October 19, 1792; d. 
January 31, 1871 ; m. Mary Rittenhouse 
in Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1218. 
GERTRAUT KOLB^ (Bergey), of Lsaacs, of JACOB^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 



5 


1296 


I 


Ami a Bcrgcy. 


5 


1297 


2 


Jo] in Bcrgcy. 


5 


1298 


3 


Margaret Bcrgcy 


5 


1299 


4 


ElizabctJi Bcrgcy. 


5 


1300 


5 


Isaak Bcrgcy. 



All of Franconia, Pa. 



By the few date.s we were able to obtain we find that the 
Hau.s.ser.s, Bergeys, Dirsteins, Clemmer.s, Oberholzers and 
Hunsickers of the fifth generation were born from about 1780 
to 1800, and resided generally in Buck.s and Montgomery 
counties, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1219. 
HANNAH KOLB4 (Fretz), of Isaacs, of JACOB^ of 

DlLLMAN\ 

5 1 30 1 I Margaret Frctz. 



KULP FAMILY. 1 63 



Individual Familv 
Gen. No. No. " 



5 1 302 2 Maria Frctz. 

5 1 303 3 EpJiraiin Frctz. 

5 1 304 4 Isaac Frctz. 
All of Buck,s county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1221. 
JACOB DIRSTEIN4, of Agnes Kolb3 (Dirstein), of 

JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN\ 

1 Fro/iica Dirstein, m. John Landis ; four 
children. 

2 Agnes Dirstein, m. Abraham Beyer ; two 
children. 

3 Barbara Dirstein. 

4 Mie/iael Dirstein. 

5 Daniel Dirstein. 

6 Eliza he til Dirstein. 
All of Bucks county, Pa. 



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1306 


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1307 


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1308 


5 


1309 


5 


1310 



CHILDREN OF No. 1222. 

BARBARA DIRSTEIN^ (Meyer), of Agnes Kolrs 
(Dinstein), of Jacob^ of D-illman'. 



5 


1311 


I Michael Meyer 


5 


1312 


2 Saninel Meyer. 


5 


1313 


3 Isaac Meyer. 



164 KULP FAMILY. 

lu.livldual Family 

Qen. No. Xo. 

5 1 3 14 4 Agues Jllcycr, m. Christian Hunsberger; 
four children. 

5 1 3 15 5 Sa;/iiic/ Meyer, m. Miss Bouchtels ; 

one child. 

•5 1316 6 Barbara Meyer. 
All of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1223 



ELIZABETH DIRSTEIN^ (Doltz), of Agnes Kolb^ 
(Dirstein), of Jacob'', of Dillman^ 



5 


1317 


I 


bar bar a IJoltz. 


5 


1318 





Miehael Doltz. 


5 


1319 


3 


Agnes Doltz. 


5 


1320 


4 


Catharine Doltz. 


5 


1321 


5 


George Doltz. 


5 


1322 


6 


Elizabeth Doltz. 


5 


1323 


7 


Sanutel Doltz. 


5 


1324 


8 


Abraham Doltz. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1224. 
ISAAC DIRSTEIN4, of Agnes Kolb3 (Dirstein), of 
Jacob'', of Dillman'. 

5 1325 I Miehael Dirstein. 

5 1326 2 Barbara Dirstein. 

5 1327 3 George Dirstein. 



KULP FAMILY. 165 

Iiirlividual Fauillv 

No. 

4 Michael Dir stein. 

5 Isaac Dir stein. 

6 ElisabetJi Dir stein. 

7 Catharine Dirstein. 

8 Abraham Dirstein. 

9 Henry Dirstein. 

10 Ha una Dirstein. 

1 1 Saninel Dirstein. 
AH born in Bucks county, Pa. 



Gen. 

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1328 


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1329 


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1330 


5 


1331 


5 


1332 


5 


1333 


5 


1334 


5 


1335 



CHILDREN OF No. 1225. 

ABRAHAM DIRSTEIN^, of Agnes Kolb3 (Dirstein) 
of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

1 Maria Dirstein. 

2 Sajm Dirstein. 

3 Jacob Dirstein. 

4 Ha una Dirstein. 

5 Michael Dirstein. 

6 Elir^abetli Dirstein. 

7 Maria Dirstein. 

8 Catharine Dirstein. 

9 Agnes Dirstein. 

10 Anna Dirstein. 

1 1 Abraham Dirstein. 

12 Susanna Dirstein. 
All of Bucks county, Pa. 

(k. f.— 12.) • 



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1336 


5 


^y:>7 


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1338 


5 


1339 


5 


1340 


5 


1341 


5 


1342 


5 


1343 


5 


1344 


5 


1345 


5 


1346 


5 


1347 



1 66 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1226. 

SARA DIRSTEIN4 (Sellers), of Agnes Kolb3 (Dir- 
stein), of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. " 

5 1348 I Catliarina Seller. 

5 1 349 2 Michael Seller. 
5 1350 3 Hannah Seller. 
Of Rockhill, Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1229. 

MARIA DIRSTEIN4 (Clemmer), of Agnes Kolb3 (Dir- 
stein), of Jacob^, of Dillmax'. 

5 1 3 5 1 I Elizabeth Clcviincr. 

5 1352 2 Margaret Clevnncr. 

5 1353 3 Isaac Clemmer. 

5 1354 4 Catliarina Clevimcr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1230. 

JOHANNA DIRSTEIN4 (Obcrholzer), of Agnes Kolb3 
(Dirstein), of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

5 1355 I Elizabeth Oberholzer. 

5 1356 2 Lydia Overholzcr. 

5 1357 3 Isaac Overholzer. 

5 ^358 4 Jacob Oberholzer. 



KULP FAMILY. 1 6/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 1231. 

JACOB HUNSICKER4, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of JACOB^ of DILLMAN^ 



lu.lhiiliKil Fiiniilv 

Gen. 



5 1359 I Valentine Hiinsickcr. 

1360 2 Esther Hitnsieker, m. Isaac Hunsberger, 
brother to Bishop Heinrich Hunsberger; 
two children. 

3 Elizabetli Hunsicker, m. John Detweiler. 

4 Catharine Hiinsieker, m. John Bergey. 

5 Jacob Hntisicker, m. Bechtel. 

6 Sara/i Hunsieker, m. Abraham Kolb ; Men- 
nonite minister. 

7 Barbara Huusicker, m. John Bechtel. 

8 Isaac Hunsicker, m. Kolb. 

9 Anna Hunsicker, m. Henry Kolb. 
10 Maria Hiinsickcr, m. John High (Hoch). 

All of Bucks county, Pa. 



5 


1361 


5 


1362 


5 


1363 


5 


1364 


5 


1365 


5 


1366 


5 


1367 


5 


1368 



CHILDREN OF No. 1232. 

ISAAC HUNSICKER4, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

5 1 369 I Valentine Hiinsickcr, m. Elizabeth Schott ; 

had nine children. 

5 1370 2 Maria Hiinsickcr. 

5 1 37 1 3 .yc?(rc?^ i/;/;/5/r/vr, m. Nancy Ziegler Septem- 

ber 24, 1795. 



1 68 




Gen. 

5 


Individual 
No. 


5 


^171 


5 


1374 


5 


1375 


5 


1376 


5 


1377 


5 


1378 


5 


1379 



KULP FAMILY. 

Family 
No. 

4 ElizahclJi Huu sicker, m. Jacob Detweiler. 

5 CatJiariiic Hiinsickcr, m. John Bean ; one 
child. 

6 Barbara Hiinsickcr, m. Henry Kolb. 

7 Sara Hiinsickcr, m. John Keyser. 

8 Esther Hiinsickcr. 

9 Haiina Hiinsickcr ; died young. 

10 Hannah Hiinsickcr, m. John Kolb. 

1 1 Isaac Hnnsickcr, m. Magdalena Ca.ssel, 

daughter of Hupert Cassel. 
All of Skippack, Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1233. 

SARA HUNSICKER^ (Godshalk), of Elizabeth Kolb3 
(Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillmax'. 

5 1380 I Elizabeth Godshalk, m. Heinrich Bracht- 

hausser ; had two children ; .she married 
again to Jacob Bergcy ; res., Skippack. 

5 1 38 1 2 Helena Godshalk, m. David Allebach. 

5 1382 3 Jacob GodsJialk, m. Barbara Ziegler. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1235. 

CATHARINE HUNSICKER^ (Clemens), of Eliza- 
beth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob-, of Dillmax'. 

5 '^Z^Z I Jacob Clemens, m. Margaret Pannebakker; 

he moved to Chester county, Pa., and 
all his family ; he had a son, Garret ; 
further I have no report. 



Geo 



KULP FAMILY. .169 

Imliviilual Family 

5 1384 2 ElizabctJi Clemens, m. George H. Reiff Feb- 
ruary 7, 1792; of Skippack, Pa. 

5 1385 3 ^^^''^^ Clemens, m. Jacob H. Reiff September 

19, 1793; of Skippack, Pa. 

5 1386 4 Catharine Clemens, m. Jacob Shoemaker, 
of Franconia, Pa. 

5 1387 5 Henry Clemens, m. Ann Kratz November 

6, 1806; he was born 1783; died No- 
vember 9, i860, aged yj years ; she was 
born July 16, 1780; died February 23, 
1861 ; of Lower Salford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1237. 

HEINRICH HUNSICKER4, Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of JaCOB^ of DILLMAN^ 

5 1388 I Re7'. Johannes Hnnsieker,m. Y.Wz^beihDet- 

wiler on May 9, 1797; was a Mennon- 
ite minister and bishop many years at 
Skippack, Pa. 

5 1389 2 Elizabeth Hunsicker, m. Abraham Bcrtolet, 
of Skippack, Pa. 

3 Anna Hunsieker, m. Abraham Johnson. 

4 Catharine Hnnsicker, m. Lewis Grater, of 
Skippack, Pa. 

5 Henry Hnnsicker, m. Mary Detweiler. 

6 Jacob Hnnsicker, m. Sarah Kolb, of CoUege- 

ville. Pa. 

5 1394 7 Garret Hnnsicker, m. Kate Detweiler, of 
Skippack, Pa. 



5 


1390 


5 


•39^ 


5 


1392 


5 


1393 



Gen 

5 



170 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
No. No. ' 

1395 8 Rev. Abraham /////w/r/vr, b. July 31, 1793; 

d. 1872; m. Elizabeth Alderfer on May 
30, 1 8 16; born 1798; of Collegeville, Pa. 

1 395 /^ 9 Sarah Hiinsickci , m. Anthony Vanderslice, 
of Providence, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1238. 

JACOB KOLB^ of HEXRV3, of JACOB^ of Dillmax'. 

5 1396 I HcinricJi Kolb, b. Jidy 14, 1769; d. March 

20, 1850; m. Susanna Moyer, b. April 
25, 1775; d, March 23, 1856; daughter 
of Jacob Moyer ; res., Harleysville, 
Montgomery county. Pa. ; he was gen- 
erally known as " Blaufarber Henrich," 
because dyeing was partly his trade, 
and farming ; Mennonites. 

5 1397 2 JoJui Kolb, b. about 1771 ; d. about 1840; 
m. Hannah Hunsicker; res., Salford- 
ville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer ; 
Mennonites. 

5 1398 3 Maria Kolb,\i.2iOO\xt 1774; m. John Leder- 

ach, for many years a deacon in the 
Mennonite congregation at Salford, 
Montgomery county. Pa. ; res., Leder- 
achsville. 

5 1399 4 Elibabcth Kolb,h. dhont 1776; m. Abraham 
Detra ; res., Fairview, Montgomery 
county. Pa. ; farmer; Mennonites. 

5 1400 5 Barbara Kolb,h. dhont 1780; m. Abraham 
Zie^ler ; res., Lederachsville, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. ; he was by trade a 
tailor ; farmer ; Mennonites. 



KULP FAMILY. I/I 



Individual Family 

Geu. Xo. No. 



5 1401 6 Catliarine Kolb, m. John Stauffer; res., 

Skippackville ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

5 1402 7 Jacob Kolb, b. about 1788 ; m. Peggy Zink ; 
res., Salfordville, Montgomery county. 
Pa.; farmer; Mennonites. 

5 1403 8 Nancy Kolb, m. Jacob Nice; res., Salford, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1239. 
YELLES K0LB4, of Henrys, of JACOB^ of DILLMAN^ 

1 Henry Kolb, m. Kate Bean ; res., Skippack, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

2 Jacob Kolb, m. Peggy Moyer ; res.. Skip- 
pack, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

3 Joseph Kolb, m., Nancy Rosenberger ; res., 
Skippack ; Mennonites ; no issue. 

4 John Kolb, m. Magdalena Heimback ; res., 
Skippack. 

5 Abraham Kolb ; died young. 



5 


1404 


5 


1405 


5 


1406 


5 


1407 


5 


1408 



CHILDREN OF No. 1240. 

ISAAC KOLB^ of Henrys, of JACOB^ of DILLMAN^ 

5 1409 I Benjamin Kolb, oi G\NY\'\Qdd,Vdi. 

5 1410 2 Elisabeth Kolb, m. Joseph Yeakle, Spring- 
field, Pa. 



1/2 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. ' 

5 141 1 3 Catharine Kolb,~\ c «- u a- a 

■^ ^ -J ' ( beem to nave died young ; 

5 141 2" 4 MariahKolb, J not mentioned in the will. 

5 141 3 5 Jacob Kolb. 

5 14 14 6 Jolin Kolb. 
All of Gwynedd, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1241. 
DILLMAN K0LB4^ of Henry3, of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

5 141 5 I /<rrr^<^ iT^j/^^, b. April 18, 1781, in Montgom- 

ery county, Pa., and died January 3, 
1869, in Waterloo county, Canada. He 
married Kate Clemens, daughter of 
Abraham Clemens, of Lower Salford, 
Montgomery county, Pa., on June 6, 
1805. She was born May 25, 1782, and 
died January 25, 1869. 
In about 1800 they moved to Canada with several other 
families, namely, his brothers-in-law, Abraham Clemens and 
Jacob Clemens. They settled and took up land in what is 
now Waterloo county, Ontario, on the Grand river. They 
went into the wilderness about five miles from any settlement 
and began to clear away the timber and to build houses. 
They were very fortunate in their undertaking, and were 
blessed with this world's goods ; and they also tried to live so 
as to treasure up for the world to come. The Grand Trunk 
railroad now runs through their district, and the city of Berlin 
is their principal town. 

Jacob Kolb was a Mennonite, and was for many years a 
deacon in the Mennonite church. They were by occupation 
farmers, and possessed fine farms. They died at an advanced 
age, all highly respected, and many of their descendants are 
yet living in that vicinity. 



KULP FAMILY. 1/3 



Infiividual Family 

-Gen. So 



5 1416 2 Betsy Kolb, m. William Croll ; res., Skip- 

pack, Pa. 

5 1 41 7 3 Pt^ggy Koll), m. Lichtel ; res., Skip- 

pack, Pa. 



u 


ILLMAN' 


5 


1418 


5 


I4I9 


5 


1420 



childrp:n of no. 1242. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Miller), of Henrys, of JACOB^ of 

1 Margaret Miller, m. Haines. ; Chalfont, 

Bucks county. Pa. 

2 Maria Miller, m. Ratzel. 

3 Elizabeth Miller, m. Peter Schwartz ; resided 

in Bucks county ; said to have had no 

issue. 

5 142 1 4 Susanna Miller, m. Troxel ; had two 

children, one named E^lizabeth, the other 
not known. After the decease of Troxel 

she married again to Evans, and 

had one son, John M. Evans, late carpet 
dealer on Market street, Philadelphia, 
now deceased. The daughter, Elizabeth 
Troxel, married John O. James, the dry 
goods merchant on Third street, Phila- 
delphia, now retired. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1243. 
MARIA K0LB4 (Schaum), of Henrys, of Jacob^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

5 1422 I Susanna Sehauni. 



1/4 KULP FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. " 



5 1423 2 Henry 5r/^c?//;//, b. October 9, 1780; d. De- 

cember 19, 1810; resided in the West; 
had a son Henry. Some of the descend- 
ants are now living in Indiana, near Elk- 
hart. One of them, Henry Schaum, is 
now a Mennonite minister. 

5 1424 3 Maria ScJiamn. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1244. 

HENRICH KOLBs of Henrys, of JAcoB^ of DILLM.\N^ 

Children by first marriage : 

5 1425 I Isaac Kolb ; died young. 

5 1426 2 Hoiry Kolb, b. 1792. 

He was a respected citizen, for many years engaged in 
teaching school, and leader of singing in the Mennonite 
church at Skippack, where he was a member. He was also 
a pretty good organist. He was noted for making very good 
grain cradles. He was married to Nancy Ziegler ; res., Lu- 
con, Montgomery county. Pa. 

Individual Family 
Gen. Xo. .Vo.' 

5 1427 3 Isaac Kolb,h. 1794; d. 1 871, aged jj years; 

unmarried. He was a jeweler by trade. 
He was tolerably well educated, a great 
reader and deep thinker. Res., Lucon, 
Montgomery county. Pa. 

5 1428 4 Elizabeth Kolb, b. January 13, 1798; d. 
April 5, 1890, aged 92 years, 2 months, 
22 days, and was married to Jacob Reiff, 
b. October 14, 1787; d. January 29, 
1826, at Skippack, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 175 

mill- 
So.' 

5 1429 5 3lo//v /u)//j,h. 1801 ; d. 1869, aged 68 years ; 
was married to John Moyer ; res., Cedar, 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer ; Men- 
nonites. 

5 1430 6 Katie Kolb, b. September 20, 1803 ; yet liv- 
ing at Lucon, Montgomery county, Pa., 
now ( 1 894) 9 [ years old ; her memory 
yet good, but totally blind ; through her 
I obtained much valuable information of 
the Kolb family ; later she died, Febru- 
ary 9, 1895. 

5 143 1 7 John Kolb, m. Susan Detwiler ; they resided 

at Lucon, Montgomery county. Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; he was the father 
of Professor Henry D. Kolb. 

Henry Kolb had by the. second marriage with Mary, 
Kolb the following children : 

5 1432 8 Barbara Kolb ; died young, aged 13 years. 

5 1433 9 Benjamin Kolb,h. March 18, 1814; d. Jan- 
uary 18, 1884. 

He was highly respected and widely known ; a great 
reader and a pretty good poet. He left a number of manu- 
scripts, which, after his death, came into the hands of his son 
Elias, residing at Lederachsville, whose house was destroyed 
by fire some years ago and 1;he papers were all destroyed. 
He was also a good musician and a good organist, and was 
able to play several other instruments. He was naturally a 
talented man ; a good worker in wood and iron. He also 
followed farming successfully. He married Nancy Kolb on 
April 6, 1844, a daughter of Henry Kolb, of Harleysville, 
Montgomery county. Pa. (" Blaufarber ") ; she was born May 
22. 1818. 



1/6 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1245. 

JOHANNES DETWEILER4, of Maria Kolb3 (Det- 
weiler), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

ludhidual Faniilv 

Geu. No. No. ■ 

5 1434 I vS//'^c7////c7 Z'r/TL'tv/rr, m. Jacob Landis, of Skip- 

pack, Pa. 

5 1435 2 Elizabeth Dctwcilcr, m. John Hunsicker, a 

Mennonite minister, and bishop at Skippack, Pa. 

5 1436 3 Joseph DctiK-'cilcr, m. Mary Johnson, Upper 

Providence, Pa. 

5 1437 4 ^^/^//vV? i^c'/'Zc777iV, m. Henry Hunsicker. 

5 1438 5 ^<?;7? Z^cYa'r/Av-, m. Jacob M oyer ; children: 

Mary, Sarah, Abraham, Jacob, P2Hza, 
Joseph, Daniel, Benjamin, John ; all of 
Harleysville, Pa. 

5 1439 6 JoJiu DctiK.'cilci\h. 1768; d. 1864; m. Anna, 
daughter of Jacob and Anna Hunsicker. 

5 1440 7 Christian Dctivcilcr, m. Hannah Dirstein, at 

P^agleville, Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 1 44 1 8 Catliariiic Dcticcilcr, m Garret Hunsicker. 

5 a 9 Abraham Dctiueilcr, m. Mary Horning ; b. 

June 13, 1790; d. December 10, 1832; 
resided in Franconia, Pa. 

5 b 10 Daniel Detiveiler, m. Miss Reiff; chil- 

dren : George, Jacob, John, Garret. Katie 
and Lydia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1246. 

JACOB DETWEILER4, of Maria Kolb3 (Detwiler), of 
Jacob% of Dillm.x'. 



KULP FAMILY. I'J'J 



Gen. 



5 1442 I Mary Deti<.<cUci\ b. May, 1775 ; cl. September, 

1850; m. George Shoemaker; he died 
in 1864, aged about 90 years; had ten 
children. 

5 1443 2 Joseph Dctiucikr, b. January 28, 1777; d. 

January 8, 1800; m. Susanna Shoe- 
maker; she died June 27, 1855, aged 
85 years, 6 months, 4 days; children: 
Mary and George. 

5 1444 3 Jacob DcHccilcr. He was a Funkite preacher. 

He lived at a mill East of Hockertown, 
and preached at Prick's school-house, 
that belonged to the Funkites. He 
afterwards moved to Canada and became 
a Mennonite minister there. His son 
Enoch or Enos Detweiler was also a 
Mennonite minister, and now his grand- 
son, Jacob Detweiler, is also a minister 
there. 

5 1445 4 Barbara Detweiler. 

5 1446 5 Susanna Detzveiler, m. Hendricks; no 

issue. 

5 1447 6 Joshua Detzceiler, b. July 3, 1781 ; d. July 
21, 1841 ; m. Catharine Allebach Octo- 
ber 5, 1803; she was born October 15, 
1784; d. August 25, 1842; had ten 
children ; of Montgomery county. Pa. 

5 1448 7 Sarah Detzveiler,h. September 14, 1782; d. 
March 22, 1851; m. Peter Heckler in 
1799; he died January 22, 1847; had 
seven children ; res., Lower Salford, 
Montgomery county. Pa. 

5 1449 8 Catharine Detzueiter. 



178 KULP FAMILY. 

ludividual Familv 

Gen. No. No. 

5 1450 9 Elirjabctli Dcti^'cilcr, b. July 17, 1785 ; d. 

October 7, 1825; m. first, Philip Bow- 
man ; had two children ; one of them 
wa.s Peter Bowman, hotel keeper, near 
Center Point, Pa ; the .second marriage 
was with Henry Gotwals ; children : 
Joseph, John and Adam. 

5 145 1 10 Anna Dctcvcilcr. 

5 1452 II JoJianncs Dctzvcilcr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1442. 

MARY DETWEn.ER5 (Shoemaker), of Jacob^ of 
Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler), of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

6 a I Jacob D. Sliocmakcr ; still living in Canada, 

aged 94 years. 

6 b 2 Jo]i)i D. Shoemaker ; still living in Canada, 

aged 93 years. 

6 c 3 George D. Sliocmaker ; still living in Canada, 

aged 90 years. 
All three yet living in Canada, in 1894, when I visited 
them. (Author.) 

6 d 4 Joseph D. Shoemaker ; deceased. 

6 e 5 Abraham Shoemaker. 

6 f 6 Daniel Shoemaker. 

^ S 7 Joshna Shoemaker ; m; drowned in Canada. 

6 h 8 Alary Shoemaker, b, June 30, 1801 ; m. John 

Landis ; res., Franconia, near Indian 
creek, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. I 79 

Fiiniilv 
No. 

9 ElizabetJi Sliociuakcr, b. March 25, 1805 ; 
m. Jacob Schatz ; res., near Alderfer's 
mills, Lower Salford, Pa. 

10 CatJiarinc Shoemaker. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1443. 

JOSEPH DETWEILERs, of Jacob^, of Maria Kolb3 
(Detweiler), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

6 k I Mary Dctzvcilcr, b. February 12, 1798; d. 

May 16, 1839; ^^^- John Hendricks; had 
one child, Susan, who became the wife 
of Godshall Bergey ; res.. Lower Sal- 
ford, Pa. 

6 1 2 George Dctzvcilcr,h.y\.^y \'i,,\']<^<^\ d. June 13, 

1883; m. Catharine Detweiler; she was 
born October 15, 1805 ; d. June 29, 1887. 
They resided in Skippack township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

About the year 1848 George Detweiler was ordained to 
the ministry in the Upper Mennonite congregation, in Skip- 
pack, Pa., where he served faithfully to the time of his death. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1447. 

JOSHUA DETWEILER5, of Jacob^, of Maria Kolb3 
(Detweiler), of Jacob=', of Dillman', 

6 m I Jolin Detiveiler, b. January 13, 1805 ; died in 

infancy. 



l8o KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Fumilv 

Gen. No. No. " 

6 n 2 Mary Dctivcilcr, b. November 29, 1806; m. 

Frederick Gei.senhoffer. 

60 3 ElizahctJi Dctii'cilcr, b. November 17, 1808; 

died in infancy. 

6 p 4 Sarah Dctiuciicr, b. August 27, 18 10; m. 

Frederick Hartman. 

6 q 5 Catharine Dchvcilcr, b. February 24, 1 8 1 2 ; 

m. John Jacob Leitenberger. 

6 r 6 yi^rtW^ i^r/ttr/Av, b. March 9, 1813 ; m. Maria 

Landi.s. 

6 s 7 yi/;rrt//<'7w Z'tYTcrZ/tv, b. June I, 1815 ; m. Ann 

Custer. 

6 t 8 SiisaiDia Dctzvcilcr, b. February 26, 181 8; 

m. William Fitzgerald. 

6 u 9 Margaret Dctzveiler, b. April i, 1820; m. 

James Trymby. 

6 V 10 Anna Detweiler, b. October 20, 1822; m. 

Edward Jacoby. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1448. 

SARAH DETWEILER5 (Heckler), of Jacob^, of Maria 
Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Jacob% of Dillman'. 

6 I I Jacob Heckler, b. December 20, 1800; m. 

Barbara Delp ; he died January 5, 1890; 
had one son, i^braham, who married 
Magdalene Price; res., Harleysville, Pa. 

622 AbraJiavi Heckler, b. November 13, 1801 ; 
m. Sarah Detweiler; he died August i, 
1885; had nine children: Eli, Mary, 



KULP FAMILY. l8l 

aMiilv 
Xn.' 

2 John, Peter, Sarah, Susan, Reuben, Is- 
rael and Abraham; res., Lower Salford, 
Pa. 

3 Hcury Heckler, b. January 12, 1804; m. 

Susan Johnson; he died March 19, 
1865; had eight children: Sarah, Wil- 
liam, Jacob, Susan, Peter, Henry, David 
and Solomon. 

4 Joseph Heckler, b. April 15, 1806; m. Eliza- 

beth Yocum ; he died December 26, 
1887; seven children: James, Charles, 
Jesse, Sarah, Mary, Joseph (died), and 
Joseph ; Lower Salford, Pa. 

5 Christiana Heckler, b. May 22, 18 10; m. 

George Fisher; she died February 18, 
1880. They had eight children; only 
five lived : Sarah, John, Jonas, Christiana 
and Mary. 

6 Michael Heckler, b. April 14, 1813; m. 

Hannah Rittenhouse; had six children ; 
four yet living : Isaac, Sarah Ann, Frank- 
lin and Mary Alice ; Matthias and Aaron 
died young. 

7 Sarah Heckler, b. February 28, 1 8 16; m. 

Jacob L. Moyer ; she died November 
13, 1842; had five children: Henry, 
Pllias, Abraham, Aaron and Jacob. 



childre:n of No. 1248. 

SUSANNA DETWEILER4 (Rittenhouse), of Maria 
Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Jacou^ of Dillman'. 

5 1453 I Joseph Rittenhouse, m. Miss Rohrer ; 

had two children. 
(K. F.-13O 



I 82 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. i\o. No. 

5 1454 2 N'icholas Rittciihoiisc\ horn 1774; died 1859, 

aged 81 years; m. first, Sophia Brandt; 
after her decease he married again to 
Catharine Razer; after her decease he 
married again to Sarah M. Miller; resid- 
ed at Roxborough, Philadelphia. 

5 1455 3 Williaui Rittcnlioiisc. 

5 1456 4 Elizahctli RittcnJunisc, b. 1779; cl. 1850; m. 
Thomas Umsted ; d. 1846. 

5 1457 5 J^^coh D. Rittcnhoiisc, b. 1783; d. 1843; m. 
Mar}' Reiner, b. September 10, 1784; d. 
April 17, 1874, aged 89 years, 7 months, 
7 days ; farmer ; Lower Providence, Pa. 

5 1458 6 Sarah RittoiJumsc, m. Philip Reiner on 
March 19, 1805 ; resided in Montgomery 
county. Pa.; farmer. 

5 H59 7 Susanna RittoiJiousc, b. 1786; d. Jul)' 26, 
1 "^^di, in the 77th year ; m. Daniel Adams 
Nixon March 14, 1809; ^le was born 
1785; d. January 17, 1868, in his 83d 
year; they are both buried at the Ger- 
mantown Mennonite meeting-house. 

5 1460 8 Martin D. Rittcn/unisc, b. September 17, 
1788; d. June I, 1865; m. Amelia Rit- 
tenhouse, b. July 22, 1790 ; d. December 
5, 1864; she was the daughter of Wil- 
liam Rittenhouses, born about 1760 and 
died October 3, 1819, and Ann Rook; 
resided in Luzerne county, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. I 83 

CHILDREN OF No. 1250. 
SUSANNA KOLB^ (Kintzie), of Dillmans, of JACOB^ ot 

DiLLMAN'. 

IniiiviiJual Family 



Gen. 

5 


No. 
I 46 I 


No. 

I 


Jacob Kijitzic. 


5 


1462 


2 


Jo/in Kiiitzic. 


5 


1463 


3 


Di/liiunii Ki)itzic. 


5 


1464 


4 


Hannah Kintzie. 


5 


1465 


5 


Hcnricli Kintzie. 


5 


1466 


6 


Abraliani Kintzie 



All of Rockhill, Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1251. 

SARA KOLB^ of Dillman3, of JAC0B^ of Dillman' 
5 1467 I Hanna Kolb. 

5 1468 2 Barbara Kolb. 

5 1469 3 Dill man Kolb. 

All of Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1252. 
MARGARET KOLB^ (Stauffer), of Dillman3, of JACOB^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

5 1470 I Hanna Stauffer. 

5 1 47 1 2 Catharine Stanff'er. 

5 1472 3 Dill man Stauffer. 



184 KULP FAMIL\. 



Individual 
Gen. Xo. 



5 1473 4 JoJianncs Staitffcr^ 

5 1474 5 GcrJiart Stauffcr. 

All born in Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1253. 
JACOB KOLBs of Dillman3, of Jacob^ of Dillman' 

1 CatJiarina Kolb. 

2 Haiiiia Kolb. 

3 Margaret Kolb. 

4 Dilluian Kolb. 

5 Susanna Kolb. 
Of Skippack, Pa. 



5 


1475 


5 


1476 


5 


1477 


5 


1478 


5 


1479 



childrp:n of No. 1254. 

JOHANNES DETWEILER4, of Sarah Kolb3 (Det- 
weiler), of Jacob=, of Dillman'. 

5 1480 I Maria Dcti^'cilcr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1255. 

SUSANNA DETWEILER4 (Bean), of Sarah Kolb3 
(Detweiler), of Jacob% of Dillman'. 

5 1 48 1 I Catliarina Bicu. 

5 1482 2 Sara Bean. 



Gen. 



KULP FAMILY. I 85 

luilividual l''iimily 

No. No. 

5 1483 3 Alaria Bean. 

5 1484 4 He uric Ji Bean. 
All born in Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1260. 

FRONICA MEYER5 (Wi.smer), of Catharine Kolb^ 
(Meyer), of Isaacs of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

6 1485 I Hciirich IVisnicr, b. March 21, 1778; d. 

September 14, 1828; m. Barbara Ruth. 

6 i486 2 Sauiucl Wisiiicr, b. January 10, 1780; d. 

October 2, 1851 ; m. Susanna Detweiler. 

6 1487 3 Isaac Wisiiicr, b. May 21, 1782; d. June 18, 

1842 ; m. Anna High in Canada. 

6 1488 4 Barbara ff/VwiV, b. April 15, 1785 ; d. April 
17, 185 I ; m. Henry Rickart. 

6 1489 5 G7///^?/7;m n7j;//rr,b. July 23, 1787 ; d. 1858 
in Canada ; m. John High. 

6 1490 6 Fronica Wismcr, b. July 22, 1789; died in 
infancy. 

a Abraham f[7j>7//(7-, b. November 30, 179 1 ; d. 

June 25, 1859 ; m. Elizabeth Letherman ; 
second, Mary Oberholt, widow of A. 
Bean. 

b Elizabeth Jl'isnicr, h. July 24, 1794; d. Au- 

gust 12, 1852; m. Abraham Kratz. 

c Est/icr JFiswcr, h.Fehrua.vy 8, lygy ; d. Feb- 

ruary, 1S77; m. Jacob Bergey. 



1 86 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1260a. 

ISAAC M0YER5, of Catharine Kolb* (Meyer), of 
Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

Indivlrlual Familj- 

Xo. 

1 Sara Mcya\ m. John Hagey. 

2 CatJiarina Meyer, m. Jacob Hagey. 

3 Saniucl Meyer. 

4 E/icabct/i Meyer. 

5 Isaac Meyer. 

6 Abraliam Meyer, 
y Susanna Meyer. 
8 Mary Meyer. 

All of Bucks county. 



Gen. 

6 


Xo. 
149 I 


6 


1492 


6 


1493 


6 


1494 


6 


1495 


6 


a 


6 


b 


6 


c 



CHILDREN OF No. 1260c. 

CHRISTIAN MEYER5, of Catharine Kolb^ (Meyer), 
of Isaacs of Jacobs of Dillman'. 

6 1496 I Rndolpli Meyer. 

6 1497 - CatJiarine Meyer. 

6 1498 3 Sara Meyer. 

6 1 499a 4 Samuel Meyer. 

6 1499b 5 Christian Moyer. 

6 1499c 6 ElizabetJi Meyer. 

6 I499d 7 Jacob Meyer. 

6 14996 8 Mary Meyer. 



KULP FAMILY. I 87 



ludiviJual Family 

Gen. No. 



6 1499^ 9 Abraliani Meyer. 

6 I499g 10 Magdalciia Meyer. 

6 149911 II /iY7^?<r Mjrr ; by second marriage to widow 
Gehman, nee Oberholt. 

6 14991 12 Anna Meyer. 

6 1499J 13 Joseph Meyer. 

All born in Bucks county, Pa. 



6 


1499 


6 


1500 


6 


1501 



CHILDREN OF No. 1261. 

ISAAC K0LB5, of J.4COBS of Isaacs, of JACOH^ of Dill- 
man ^ 

1 Jacob Ku^p ; died unmarried. 

2 Isaac Kulp, d. 1S36; m. Mary Hockman. 

3 Elizabeth Kulp, b. August 21,1 793 ; d. 1 864 ; 
m. Daniel R. Rickart June 23, 1818; he 
died March 7, 1869; Mennonites. 

1502 4 Esther Kulp, b. April 20, 1801 ; d. in Wayne 
county, Ohio, September 28, 1872; m. 
Joseph Letherman about 1821 ; they 
emigrated to Ohio in 1840; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

1502!/^ 5 Gertrude Kulp, b. October i, 1805 ; d. 1875 ; 
m. Isaac Means June 13, 1835; carpen- 
ter ; Mennonites ; she married for her 
second husband John Drissel ; he died ; 
and she married for her third husband 
John Detweiler. 



1 88 KULP FAMILY. 

lufiividual Familr 

Oen. No. Xo.' 

6 1503 6 Dlllman Ka'p^h. 1807; d. August 3, 1882; 
m. Christine Rosenberger on February 
13, 1829; she died September 25, 1875. 

6 1504 7 Mary Ku'p, m. Jacob Rosenberger ; Men- 
nonites ; no issue. 

6 1505 8 FtT6'W(r« A7///, b. June 3, 1813 ; d. Septem- 

ber 28, 1868; m. Christian Detwiler ; he 
died ; Veronica married for her second 
husband John Frick February 22, 1835 ; 
he died February 16, 188 1. 

6 1506 9 Mjscs Kuip,m.MtxYy ^^loyQv, Mennonites. 
All born in Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1262. 
JOHN K0LB5, of Jacobs of Isaac3, of Jacobs of Djll- 

MAN'. 

6 1507 I Jacob Kui'p, b. November 27, 1786; d. No- 

vember I, 1833; m. Anna Barks March 
13, 1806; she was born August 19, 1779; 
d. April 14, 1849; farmer; Mennonites. 

6 150S 2 Annie Kidp. 

6 1509 3 Sarah K7ilp,h. 1793; d. 1848; m. Samuel 
Meyers in 181 5, b. in 178S ; d. in 1847 ! 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Henry 
Barbara. Anna. 



Born in Bucks county, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. I 89 

CHILDREN OF No. 1264. 
JACOB K0LB5, of J.-vcoB^ of Isaacs, of J.ACOB^ of Dill- 



man'. 



1 5 10 I Sai/nui Kitlp, b. March 12, 1794; died in 

Holmes county, Ohio, August 15, 1848; 
single. 

6 15 1 1 2 Elizabeth A'////, b. October 30, 1795; d. 

September 23, 1872; m. Jacob God- 
shalk ; he died about 1869; moved to 
Ohio in 1832; former and weaver ; Men- 
nonites. 

6 15 12 3 Jacob /w///, b. April 3, 1798; d. unmarried. 

6 15 13 4 Calliarijic Ku/p, b. February I, 1801 ; d. 

March 26, 1S84; m Joseph Landis De- 
cember 2, 1824, b. October 7, 1792; d. 
in Ohio January 22, 1 881, in Holmes 
county ; children : Noah, Alpheus, Eliza- 
beth, Rachel, Tobias. 

6 1514 5 Isaac Kitlp, b. January 20, 1804; d. June 
14, 1882; m. Barbara Kolb ; she died 
June 7, 1834; he married again to widow 
Barbara (Blair), Brenneman on February 
30, 1835 ; she died in September, 1854; 
he married a third time to the widow 
Sarah Schneider in 1857; he moved to 
Ohio in 1831, and to St. Joseph's county, 
Ind., in May, 1852. 

6 1515 6 Henry Kii'p, b. February 8, 1806; d. July 

22, 1886; m. Susanna Kolb June 19, 
1832; still living in 1890; farmer; set- 
tled in Holmes county, Ohio ; Mennon- 
ites. 



190 KULP FAMILY. 

Iii.lividual Kiimilv 

Geu. No. Xo. 

6 1 5 16 7 Gertrude Kiilp, b. July 19, 1808; d. January 
16, 1875 ; m. Tobias Seese April 12, 
1839; ■'^^ ^^^5 born July 9, 1 8 16; car- 
penter and farmer ; moved to Elkhart 
county, Ind., in September, 1859; Men- 
nonites. 

6 I 5 17 8 A)iiia Kulp,h. February 19, 181 3; d. May, 

1886; m. Benjamin Seese April 6, 1844; 
he was born September 21, 1821 ; died. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1265. 

ABRAHAM KOLB^, of JAcoB^ of Isa.\c3, of Jacob;, of 
Dillman'. 

6 15 18 I Elizabeth Kii/p,h. March 13, 1797; d. June 

30, 1876; m. Samuel Gehman Novem- 
ber 26, 1 8 16; he was born November 5, 
1790; d. February 14, 1825; carpenter 
and builder ; Mennonites. 

6 1 5 19 2 Abraham KiiIp, Jr., h.'xw 1802; d. in 1876; 
m. Catharine Shoemaker in 1835; she 
was born in 1804; tl. in 1S88; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

6 1520 3 Anna Kulp, b. June 16, 1804; d. January 
25, 1885 ; m. Martin Oberholzer Decem- 
ber 20, 1825; farmer; Mennonites; one 
son. 

6 1 521 4 Jacob Kulp, b. March 8, 1806; m. Mary 

Moyer, of Springfield township, Bucks 
county, Pa., on November 21, 1827; d. 
about 1893; retired farmer ; Mennonite. 



KULP FAMILY. I9I 

lu.livilual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 

6 1522 5 JoIdi H. Kiilp,h. February lo, 1809; d. Jan- 

uary 24, 1887; m. Catharine Swartley 
January 7, 1844; former; Mennonites. 

6 1523 6 David H. Kulp, b. August 20, 18 16; m. 
Elizabeth Detvveiler February 14, 1848; 
she died October 31, 1852; farmer; 
Mennonites ; had three children ; he 
married for his second wife Elizabeth 
Allebach on January 4, 1854. 

6 1524 7 Barbara A'///^, b. June 26, 18 18; m. Jacob 
Moyer March 10, 1840; Mennonites. 

6 1525 8 Isaac Kiilp ; was married; has issue; no 

report. 

6 1526 9 Henry Knlp ; died in 1889; unmarried. 

6 1527 10 Sara/i Knlp, m. Jacob High ; had issue. 
All were born in Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1266. 
DILLMAN KOLBs, of J.^cob*, of Isaac3, of JAC0B^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

6 1528 I Henry L. Knlp, b. October 10, 181 3; m. 

Elizabeth High in March, 1835 ; she 
died February 5, 1845; farmer; Men- 
nonite ; Henry married for his second 
wife, Mary High, on October 6, 1846; 
res.. Blooming Glen, Pa. ; no issue by last 
union. 

6 1529 2 Anna Knlp, b. April 12, 181 2; d. February 
19, 1876; m. Samuel Angeny April 2, 
1832; farmer; Mennonites; Blooming 
Glen. Pa. 



192 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1267. 
HENRY K0LB5, of Jacob*, of Isaacs, of JACOB^ of 

DILLMAN^ 

ludiviilual Faniilv 

Gen. Xo. No. 

^ 1530 I Jacob Kiilp, b. March 25, 1804; died; m. 

Barbara Hunsberger; farmer; Dublin, 
Bucks county, Pa. 

6 153 1 2 Isaac Kidp, b. April !0, 1808; m. Anna 

Meyer November 4, 1834 ; farmer ; Men- 
nonite ; res., near Dublin, Bucks county, 
Pa. 

6 1532 3 Joseph Kulp, b. March 26, 181 1 ; m. Eliza- 

beth Moyer November 19, 1841 ; farmer; 
Mennonites ; Bucks county, Pa. 

6 1534 4 ElizabctJi Kitlp. b. June 30, 1815 ; m. David 
Angeny November 14. 1841 ; d. ; farmer; 
INIennonites ; l^ucks count\', Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1270. 
CATHARINE KOLBs (Musselman), of Jacob*, of 

ISAAC3, of JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN\ 

6 1535 I Saunui Miissc/iiiaii, b, June 8, 18 14; d. Oc- 

tober 29, 1850; m. Sarah Meyers March 
17, 1835, b. February 28, 1813; d. Au- 
gust 14, 1 88 1. 

6 1536 2 E/icabcth 3Iiissclnian,h.Ma.vch 14,1816; d. 
October i, 1875; m. William F. Moyer. 

6 J 537 3 Jacob K. JMitsscluian, b. May 23, 1818; m. 

Hannah Moyer, b. 1821 ; d. December 
27, 1871 ; farmer; Mennonites. 



KULP FAMILY. 193 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. -No. v 

6 1538 4 Henry Mussciuiaii, b. July 27, 1S21 ; cf. De- 
cember II, 1851 ; m. Veronica Rickert ; 
two children, Catharine and Susan. 
All of Buck.s county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1271. 
HELENA KOLBs (Weierman), of Michael KoLB^ of 

ISAAC3, of JaCOB^ of DlLLMAN^ 

6 1539 I ElizahctJi Wcicrnian. 

6 1540 2 Magdalcna Wcicnium. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1273. 
BARBARA KOLBs (Geisinger), of Michael*, of Isaacs, 

of JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

6 1 541 I Henry Geisinger. 

6 1542 2 JMichael Geisinger. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1279. 

MARGARET KOLBs (CorneIiu.s Conrad), of Isaac*, of 
IsAAc3, of Jacob"", of Dillman'. 
6 a I Margaret Conrad, m. John Rittenhouse. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1281. 
ISAAC K0LB5, of Isaac*, of Isaac^, of JAcoB^ of Dill- 

MAN\ 

6 1543 I Benjannn Kulp ; the eldest son of Isaac 



194 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Familv 
Gen. No. No. ' 

6 1543 I Kolb ; the younger died in 1862 at the 

great age of eight}'-two, and was the 
father of .several children, now land- 
holder.s in Gwynedd, Pa. ; his wife was a 
Miss H ox worth, a sister of the wife of 
Benjamin Hancock, father of General 
Hancock. This is how the present Kolb 
famil)- is related to that distinguished 
commander. General Winfield Scott 
Hancock, late Democratic candidate for 
President of the United States ; his 
children are Isaac, Enos, Simon, Oliver, 
Ann. 



6 


1544 


2 


Elizabeth Kiilp. 


6 


1545 


3 


Catliariiic Knlp. 


6 


1546 


4 


Mary Kulp. 


6 


1547 


5 


Jacob Kill p. 


6 


1548 


6 


Sophia Kulp. 


6 


1549 


7 


J oh) I Kulp. 



All of Gw}'nedd, Montgomery count}', Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1283. 

CATHARINE KOLRs (Cas.sel), of Isaac*, of Isaacs, of 
Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

6 1550 I j>-ssc Casscl, m. Catharine Kolb, a daughter 

of David Kulp, of Kulpsville, Pa. ; occ, 
farmer ; Mennonites ; res., Towamencin 
township, Montgomery county. Pa. ; 
served in the school board a number 
of years. 



KULP FAMILY. IQS 



Gen 



6 155 1 2 Isaac Casscl ; res., Towamencin township, 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; former ; Men- 
nonites ; he served in the school board 
a number of years ; he was generally 
known as " Big Isaac ;" m. Elizabeth 
Ruth. 

6 1552 3 Eli Casscl ; res., Kulpsville, Montgomery 

county. Pa. ; m. P^liza Jane McAllister. 

6 1553 4 Rachel Casscl, b. January i, 1813, in Mont- 

gomery county, Pa.; d. February 16, 
1890, in Juniata county. Pa.; m. Aaron 
Leidy, b. May 8, 1808, of Hatfield, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa. ; he then moved to 
Juniata county, Pa., and resided in Mc- 
AUisterville ; he has been assessor in 
P^ayette township for about thirty years 
in succession; he died in 1891, aged 
about 83 years. 

6 iSSS'^ 5 Catharine Casscl, m. P^nos Ratzel, of Hat- 
field, Montgomery county. Pa. 

6 1553b 6 Elizabeth Casscl, m. ]o\\n¥^Qysev; has been 
a deacon in the Mennonite church at 
Skippack, Pa. 

6 1553c 7 ^'I'i Casscl, m. John Kolb, brother of Jacob 
Kolb, the bishop of Towamencin, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1284. 
FREDERICK ALDERFERs, of Elizabeth Kolb* 
(Alderfer), of IsAAC^, of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

6 1554 I John Alderfer; chairmaker ; moved to 

Ohio; m. Katie Nice; d. December 18, 



196 KULP FAMILY, 



No. 



6 1554 I 1876, aged 63 years, 10 months, 18 

days ; had children. 

6 1555 - Jacob Aldcrfer ; farmer; m. Catharine God- 

shall ; had two children ; res., Kulps- 
vilie, Pa. 

6 1556 3 Mol/y Aldcrfer, m. John Hendricks, of Bucks 
county, Pa., son of Benjamin and Esther 
Hendricks ; Benjamin, b. April 9, 1761 ; 
d. August 18, 1 83 1 ; Esther, b. February 
17, 1765. 

6 1557 4 Sallic Aldcrfer, m. Henry Godshall ; child- 
ren : John, Frederick and Harry ; res., 
Salford, Pa. 

6 1558 5 Katie Aldcrfer; unmarried; d. January 28, 

1878, aged 68 yeaVs, 1 1 months, 22 days, 
in the West ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1285. 
ISAAC ALDERFER5, of Elizabeth Kc^lb^ (Aldcrfer), 

of ISA.AC3, of J.ACOB^, of DlLLMAX'. 

6 1559 I ElizabctJi Aldcrfer, m. Jonas Fretz, of Bed- 

minster, Bucks county, Pa.; farmer; 
Mennonites ; both deceased. 

6 1560 2 Catharine Aldcrfer, m.. DTimcl Landis ; res., 
P'ranconia, Montgomery county. Pa ; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; both deceased. 

6 1 561 3 Abraham O. Aldcrfer, m. Molly Moyer; 

res., near Harleysville, Montgomery 
county. Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; both 
dead. 



KULP FAMILY. I97 

ludiviclual Family 

Geu. No. No. 

6 1562 4 Henry 0. Aldcrfcr, m. Nancy Moyer ; re.s., 
Upper Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; both dead. 

6 1563 5 Nancy Aldcrfcr, va. Jacob Kolb ; re.s., Har- 

ley.sville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonitcs ; he wa.s a minister 
in the Salford Mennonite congregation ; 
both decea.sed. 

6 1564 6 Isaac 0. Aldcrfcr, m. Polly Delp ; res., 
Harleysville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
farmer ; Mennonitcs ; for many years 
a.s.sessor of Lower Salford township ; 
both deceased. 



childrp:n of no. 1287. 

ANN ALDERFP:R5 (Kieasey), of Elizabeth Kolb^ 
(Alderfer), of Lsaac^, of Jacob^ of Dillman\ 

6 1565 I Jacob Kicnscy, d. 1891 ; unmarried. 

6 1566 2 John Kicnscy, d. 1891 ; unmarried. 

6 1567 3 .SVi'i'/t' AVtvwrj, m. Jo.seph Hefifletraege ; res., 
Lederachsvillc, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 1567^ 4 Henry Kicnscy ; died young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1288. 
JACOB ALDERFER5, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), 

of ISAAC3, of JACOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

6 1568 I j^tv/y^////// y4/<'/r;/tv^, m. Elizabeth Detweiler ; 

was killed by lightning at hi.s home, 
(K. F.— 14.) 



198 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Familj- 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1568 I near Mainland, in Montgomery county, 

Pa. ; had one son, Reuben. 

6 1569 2 Nancy Aldcrfcr ; died unmarried. 

6 1570 3 Polly Aldafcr ; unmarried. 

6 1 571 4 Betsy Alderfcr, m. Abraham Bechtel, of 

Trappe, Montgomery county. 

6 1572 5 Jacob F. Aldcrfcr, m. Susanna Bean; res., 

Lower Salford, Montgomery county, Pa., 
on the old homestead ; farmer ; Men- 
nonites. 



childrp:n of no. 1305. 

FRONICA DIRSTEINs (Landis), of Jacob^, of Agnes 
Kolb3 (Dirstein), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 



6 


1573 


1 


Anna Landis. 


6 


1574 


2 


Michael Landis. 


6 


1575 


3 


Jacob Landis. 


6 


1576 


4 


Jolianncs L^andis. 



Of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1306. 

AGNES DIRSTEIN5 (Beier), of JAcoB^ of Agnes Kolb3 
(Dirstein), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

6 1577 I Abraham Bcicr. 

6 1578 2 Jacob Bcicr. 



KULP FAMILY. 1 99 

CHILDREN OF No. 1314. 
AGNES MEYERS, of Barbara Dirstein* (Meyer), of 
Agnes Kolb^ (Dirstein), of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 



Gen. 

6 


Individual Famllv 
No. No.' 

1579 I 


Eliza in 'tli Hii iisbcrgcr. 


6 


1580 2 


Barbara HiDisbcrgcr. 


6 


1581 3 


Ag}ics Himsbcrgcr. 


6 


1582 4 


Maria Hniisbcrgcr. 




All of Buck: 


s county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1315. 

SAMUEL MEYERS, of Barbara Dirstein^ (Meyer), of 
Agnes Kolb^ (Dir.stein), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

6 1582a I Samuel Ulcycr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1360. 

ESTHER HUNSICKER5 (Hun-sberger), of JACOB^ of 
Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

6 1583 I Abraham Huusbcrgcr. 

6 1584 2 Jacob Hniisbcrgcr, 
Of Bucks county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1364. 

SARAH HUNSICKER5 (Kolb), of JACOB^ of Eliza- 
beth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of DILLMAN^ 

6 1585 I Elizabeth Kulp,h. March 13, 1797; d. June 

30, 1876; m. Samuel Gehman Novem- 



200 KULP FAMILY. 



Geu. 



6 1585 I ber 26, 18 16; he was born November 5, 

1790; d. February 14, 1825; carpenter 
and builder; of Bucks county, Pa. 

6 1586 2 Abraham Kiilp, Jr., b. 1802; d. 1876; m. 
Catharine Shoemaker in 1835 ; she was 
born 1804; d. 1888; farmer; Mennon- 
ites ; of Bucks county, Pa. 

6 1587 3 Anna Knlp, b. June 16, 1804; d. January 

25, 1885; m. Martin Oberholzer De- 
cember 20, 1825; farmer; Mennonites ; 
one child, a son ; of Bucks county. Pa. 

6 1588 4 Jacob Kulp, b. March 8, 1806; died about 
1892; m. Mary Moyer, of. Springfield 
township, Bucks county, Pa., on No- 
vember 2 1 , 1827; retired farmer; Men- 
nonites. 

6 1589 5 Jolin H. Kulp, b. February 10, 1809; d. 
January 24, 1887; m. Catharine Swart- 
ley January 7, 1844; farmer; Mennon- 
ites ; res., Franconia, Pa. 

6 1590 6 David H. Kulp, b. August 20, 18 16; m. 
Elizabeth Detweiler on February 14, 
1848; she died October 31, 1852; he 
married for his second wife Elizabeth 
AUebach, on January 4, 1854; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

6 1 59 1 7 Barbara Kulp, b. June 26, 18 18; died; m. 

Jacob Moyer March lo, 1840; Mennon- 
ites ; Bucks county, Pa. 

Isaac Kulp ; has issue ; not reported. 
Henry Kulp, ^. 1889; unmarried. 
Sarah Kulp, m. Jacob High ; they have issue. 
All born in Bucks county. Pa. 



6 


1592 


8 


6 


1593 


9 


6 


1594 


10 



KULP FAMILY. 20I 



CHILDREN OF No. 1363. 

JACOB HUNSICKER5, of Jacob^, of Elizabeth Kolb3 
(Hunsicker), of Jacob-, of Dillman'. 



6 1 595 I Abraltaui Hunsicker, m. Nancy Bergey. 

6 1596 2 Betty Hunsicker, m. Joseph Bergey. 
6 1597 3 Molly Hunsicker ; unmarried. 

Of Hilltown, Bucks count\'. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1366. 

ISAAC HUNSICKER5, of Jacobs, of Elizabeth Kolbs 
(Hunsicker), of Jacob-, of Dillman\ 

6 1598 I Abraliani Hunsicker, m. Kate Moyer. 

6 5599 2 Hannah Hunsickei-, m. Isaac Moycr ; he 

died ; then she married again to John 
Moyer. 

3 Kate Hunsicker, 'm. Martin Moyer. 

4 Betsy Hunsicker, m. Samuel Moyer. 

5 Jacob J-Iunsicker, m. Barbara Moyer. 

6 Leah Hunsicker, m. Enos Moyer. 

7 lYa/ay Hunsicker, m. Samuel Dirstein ; he 

died ; then she married for her second 
husband John Moyer. 

6 1605 8 Lydia Hunsicker, m. Joseph Moyer. ^ 

6 1606 9 Mary Hunsicker, m. Joseph Moyer. j 

This Joseph is one and the same person. 
After L}-dia died he married Mary. 



6 


1600 


6 


1601 


6 


1602 


6 


1603 


6 


1604 



202 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1607 10 Jolin Hunsicker ; died young. 

All of Bucks county, Pa. 

For further records of the above family see History of 
the Moyer Family, by A. J. Fretz. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1367. 

ANN HUNSICKER5 (Kolb), of J.AC()B^ of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

6 1608 I Jacob Kulp, b. March 25, 1804; died; m. 

Barbara Hunsberger ; farmer; Mennon- 
ites ; res., near Dublin, Bucks county, 
Pa. 

6 1609 2 Isaac Knlp, b. April 10, 1808; m. Anna 
Meyer November 4, 1834; farmer; 
Mennonites ; res., near Dublin, Bucks 
count}'. Pa. 

6 16 10 3 Joseph Kulp, b. March 26, 181 1 ; m. Eliza- 
beth Moyer; farmer; Mennonites; res.. 
Blooming Glen, Bucks county, Pa. 

6 161 1 4 ElizabctJi Kiiip, b. June 30, 181 5 ; m. David 

Angeny November 14, 1841 ; he died; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1369. 

VALENTINE HUNSICKER^, of IsAAC^ of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillmax'. 

6 161 2 I AhraJiaui Hunsicker, m. Elizabeth Ziegler, 

Salfordville, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. ' 203 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. .Vo. 

6 1613 2 George Hiiusirkrr, m. f[vst, HRnnah Ziegler ; 

second, Nancy Shoemaker. 

6 1 6 14 3 il/rtrj/ ////;M7V/vr, m. Philip Kratz, Franconia- 
ville, Pa. 

6 161 5 4 HugJiy Hunsickcr, m. Mi.ss Yocum. 

6 i6i6a 5 Catharine Hunsickcr, m. Lsaac Kratz, Limer- 
ick, Pa. 

6 i6i6b 6 Elizabeth Hunsickcr, m. Martin Mack. 

6 16 1 6c 7 /f<2'rt(r Hunsickcr, m. Miss Heebner. 

6 i6i^d 8 Michael Hnnsickcr,xn.W\?>s, Oh&x\\o\7.(tx. 

6 i6i6e 9 J/«.y Hunsickcr, m. George Rahn, Perkio- 
men. Pa. 

All of Montgomery county, Pa. 



childrp:n of no. 1373. 

CATHARINE HUNSICKERs (Bean), of Isa.ac^, of 
Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsickcr), of Jacob^ of DILLMAN^ 

6 i6i6f I Barbara Bean. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1374. 

BARBARA HUNSICKER^ (Kolb), of Isaac*, of Eliza- 
beth Kolb3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

6 16 1 7 I Isaac Kulp ; died young. 

6 1618 2 Henry Kulp, b. 1792; m. Nancy Ziegler. 



204 KULP FAMILY. 

ludiviiiual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1 619 3 Isaac Kulp.h. 1794; died unmarried. 

6 1620 4 ir//,:r<f?/;r/// AW(^, b. January 13, 1798 ; d. April 
5, 1890; m. Jacob Reiff, b. October 14, 
1787; d, January 29, 1826; res., Skip- 
pack, Pa. 

6 1 62 1 5 Molly Kulp, b. 1801 ; d. 1869; m. John 

Moyer. 

6 1622 6 Katie Kiilp.h. 1803; unmarried; died 1894, 
at Lucon, Pa. 

6 1623 7 Jolui Kiilp, m. Susanna Uetweiler. 
All of Skippack, Montgomery county. Pa. 
See Henrick Kolb No. 1244. 



childrp:n of No. 1378. 

HANNAH HUNSICKP:R5 (Kolb), of LsAAc^ of Eliza- 
beth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

6 1626 I John Kulp, m. Polly Moycr, Salfordville, Pa. 

6 1627 2 Jacob Kulp, m. Polly Swartley, Salfordville, 

Pa. 

6 1628 3 Abraham Kulp, m. Hannah Landis, Salford- 

ville, Pa. 

6 1629 4 Henry Knlp, m. P^lizabeth Hiltebeitel, Zieg- 
lers\'ille, Pa. 

6 1630 5 Nancy Kulp, m. Henry Landis, Franconia, 
Pa. 

6 1631 6 Isaac Kiilp, m. Molly Bergey, Skippackx-ille, 

Pa. 

6 1632 7 Catharine Kulp ; died unmarried. 



KULP FAMILY. 205 

CHILDREN OF No. 1379. 

ISAAC HUNSICKERs, of IsAAc^ of Elizabeth Kolbs 
(Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

In.1ivi.1ual Familv 

Gen. No. Xo. 

6 1633 I (Tfrr/Z/^^/vV/i' ////// .svc/vv, b. September 23, 1804 ; 

m. Jacob Kolb ; he wa.s born 1799; died 
in 1875 ; he was ordained to the ministry 
in the Mennonite church on Augu.st 22, 
1838, and five years later was ordained a 
bishop in said church on December 21, 
1843; m. Catharine Hunsicker June i, 
1828, a daughter of Isaac Hunsicker ; he 
resided in Towamencin township, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. ; Catharine is yet 
Hving (1894), and resides with her son 
Abraham on the old homestead. 

6 1634 2 Sarah Hiuisickcr, b. February 5, t8o6; m. 

Henry Johnson, b. March 13, 1806, after- 
wards chosen to the ministry in the old 
or Lower Skippack Mennonite Church, 
in Montgomery county. Pa ; he has also 
been engaged in teaching school at the 
Skippack Mennonite meeting-house for 
many years ; resided in Skippack town- 
ship, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 1634^ 3 Barbara Hunsicker, b. October 24, 1807; d. 
unmarried. 

6 1635 4 i'l/^r^'/-^/^;'/^'//*:? /////7.s7V/vr, b. June 25, 1809 ; m- 

Jacob Krupp, b. November 25, 1806; d. 
May 28, 1876; res., Kulp.sville, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa. ; farmer ; Mennon- 
ites. 

^ 1636 5 Jo] in Hunsicker, b. P^ebruary 8, 181 1 ; m. 

Elizabeth RoenberLrer. 



206 KULP FAMIL\. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. " 

6 1637 6 Isaac Hitiisickcr, b. April 18, 18 14; died 

young. 

6 1638 7 Anna Hunsickci\h. October 14, 1816; died 
young. 

6 1639 8 Isaac Hunsickcr, b. October 3, 18 19; m. 
Mary Garges ; re.s., Skippack, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; 
res., Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1382. 

JACOB G0DSHALL5, of S.^k.ah Huxsicker^ (God- 
shall), of Eliz.\beth Kolb3 (Hun.sicker), of Jacob^, of Dill- 
man'. 

6 1639 I Jacob Z. GodsJiall ; late of Telford. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1380. 

ELIZABETH GODSHALLs (Brachthau,sser), of Sarah 
HuNsiCKER'* (Godshall), of P^lizabeth Kolb3 (Hun.sicker), of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

By first marriage, were : 

6 1640 I Magdalen BracJitJiansscr, m. Joseph John- 

son. 

6 1 64 1 2 Sarah BracJitliausscr, m. Christian Freyer, 

Skippack, Pa. 

By second marriage with Jacob Bergey, were : 

6 1642 3 John Bcrgcy, m. Kriebel ; res., Salford, 

Pa. 

6 1643 4 Godsha!/ Bcrgcy, m.; no issue. 

6 1644 5 Da^-id Bcrgcj', m.; res., Salford, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 20/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 1381. 

HELENA G0DSHALL5 (Allebach), of Sarah Hun- 
SICKER4 (Godshall), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 

JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN^ 

Individual Faniilv 

Gen. No. Xo. 

6 i^^^Yi I Jacob AUcbacli, m. Moyer, Salford, Pa. 

6 1645 2 David AllcbacJi, \\\.\ Towamencin, Pa. 

6 1646 3 CJiristian AUcbacIi, m. Sophia Reiff, Salford, 
Pa. 

6 1647 4 Henry AllcbacJi, m. Hetty Hunsicker, Prov- 
idence, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1384. 

ELIZABETH CLEMENSs (Reiff), of Catharine Hun- 
sicker'* (Clemens), of P^lizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 

JaCOB^, of DILLMAN^ 

6 1648 I George Reiff ,\i.]'d.x\w3.xy 14, 1793; m. Mary 

Schwcnk ; res., Skippack, Pa. 

6 1649 2 Catliarinc Reiff, b. March 8, 1794; m. Dan- 
iel Detweiler ; and for her second hus- 
band, Jacob Hunsicker. 

3 Garret Reiff, b. January 28, 1796; m. 
Susanna Kolb. 

4 Jacob Reiff, b. August 25, 1798; m. Eliza- 
beth Oberholzer. 

5 Elizabeth Reiff, b. September 15, 1800; m. 
John Kolb. 

6 Joseph Reiff, b. January 6, 1803; m. Eliza- 
beth Detweiler. 

All born in Skippack, Pa. 



6 


1650 


6 


1651 


6 


1652 


6 


1653 



208 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1385. 

SARA CLEMENSs (Reiff), of Catharine Huxsicker^ 
(Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of 
Dillman'. 

Individual Familv 
Gen. No. No.' 

6 1654 I ElirjcibctJi Rciff, m. Henry Bartolet, a Mcn- 

nonite minister. 

6 1655 2 Daniel Rciff, m. Elizabeth Ernhart. 

6 1656 3 Garret Rtiff, b. June 8, 1798; m. Catharine 
Hunsicker; res., Skippack, Pa. 

6 1657 4 Catharine Rciff, b. January 21, 1800; m. 

Joseph Swartlc}' ; res., Skippack, Pa. 

6 1658 5 Saj-ah Rciff, b. May 16, 1802; m. Abraham 

Reiff. ' 

6 1659 6 (7tv^rf'-i' /vr/^, b. June 14, 1804 ; m. PLlizabeth 
Detweiler. 

6 1660 7 Polly R<-'ift\ b. September 2, 1807; d. De- 
cember 1 5, 1844. 

6 1661 8 i'\'c?'/'/r)' /vt/^, m. John D. Hunsicker. 

All born in Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1386. 

CATHARINE CLEMENSs (Schumacher), of Catha- 
rine Hunsicker^ (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), 
of Jacob-, of Dillman\ 

6 1662 I Elizabeth Schuinaclier, m. Henry Kolb, of 

Franconia, Pa. 



KIJLP FAMILY. 20g 

Iiiflivi.i-.ial Family 
Gen. Xn. No. 

6 1663 2 Sa/lic Scliiiinachcr, ni. John Swartley, of 

Franconia, Pa. 

6 1664 3 Garret Scliuuiadicr, m. Emelia Ruth, of 

Franconia, Pa. 

6 1665 4 Nancy ScliniiiacJicr, ni. Philip Swartley, of 

Franconia, Pa. 

6 1666 5 CatJiariiic Scliuinac]icr,h.\'^o/[\m.Khxd\vaxvi 

Kolb, b. 1802, in 1835, of Bucks county, 
Pa. 

6 1667 6 HhchacI ScluiinacJicr, d. aged 22 year.s, un- 
married. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1387. 

HP:NRY CLEMENS5, of Catharine Hunsicker^ 
(Clemence), of PLlizabeth Kolb^ (Hun.sicker), of Jacob-, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

6 1668 I Mary Clci/iciis, b. September 14, 1807; d. 

May 15, 1852; m. Jacob K. Godshall 
May 9, 1826; farmer; Mennonitcs ; 
children : Henry, Isaac, Anna, Barbara, 
Jacob, Abraham, John, Mary ; res., 
Franconia. 

6 1669 2 CdV'/^c?/-/ (TAv/zr/w, b. December 30, 1808 ; d. ; 
m. Elizabeth Nice ; farmer ; Mennonites ; 
children : William, Anna, Henry, Mary, 
Jacob, John, Garret, Isaac ; at Lederachs- 
ville. Pa. 

6 1670 3 Catharine ClenienS, b. December 21, 18 10; 
m. Joseph F. Tyson October 13, 1831 ; 
he was born September 3, 1808; d. De- 



2IO KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1670 3 cember 23, 1869; black.smith and com- 

mis.sion merchant ; Mennonitcs ; res., 
Philadelphia ; children : Henry, Enos, 
Anna, Daniel. 

6 1 67 1 4 Rev. Isaac Clemens, b. March i, 1813; m. 

Mary Clemens June 16, 1836; she was 
born 1818 ; was ordained to the ministry 
of the old Mennonite church at Salford, 
January 27, 1853, and since that time 
served as their pastor ; children : Han- 
nah and Henry ; P. O., Harleysville, Pa. 

6 1672 5 ElizabctJi Clemens, b. February 28, 1 815; 

m. John Landis April 6, 1834; he was 
born June 14, 181 1 ; died June 2, 1852; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Henry, 
Abraham, Jacob, Garret ; of Franconia- 
ville, Pa. 

6 1673 6 Jacob K. 67r///^v/.y, b. November 9, 1820; d. 
July 18, 1888; m. Catharine Clemens 
March 24, 1844; she was born 1820; d. 
1873; farmer; Mennonites; children: 
Henry, Mary, Mannasseh ; of Harleys- 
ville, Pa. 

6 1674 7 Sallie K. Clemens, b. August 25, 1817; d. 
April 9, 1889; m. Garret G. Delp De- 
cember 3, 1839; b. September 12, 181 5 ; 
d. April 7, 1890; farmer; Mennonites; 
children : Annie and Henry ; res., Har- 
leysville, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 211 

CHILDREN OF No. 1388. 

REV. JOHN HUNSICKER5, of Rev. Heinrich^, of 
Elizabeth Kolbs (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

No. No. 

i6'j4.y, I Joseph Hii/isickcr, m.'EAizsbethMoyQr; res., 
Providence, Pa. 

2 Polly Hunsicker, m. Abraham Hendricks. 

3 Henry D. Hunsicker, m. Catharine Shoe- 
maker. 

4 SaraJi Hunsicker, m. John High. 

5 Elirjabeth Hunsicker, m. Gideon Fetterolf; 
res., Collegeville, Pa. 

1679 6 Garret D. Hunsicker, m. P^hzabeth Morgan. 
All born in Skippack, Pa. 



Gen. 

6 


No. 
1674 


6 


1675 


6 


1676 


6 


1677 


6 


1678 



CHILDREN OF No. 1393. 

JACOB HUNSICKER5, of Heinrich^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of JACOB^ of Dillman\ 

6 1680 I Benjamin Hunsicker, m. Miss Winters. 

6 1 68 1 2 Jacob Hunsicker, m. Sarah Bechtel. 

6 1682 3 Sarah Hunsicker, m. David Kolb. 

All of Upper Providence, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1390. 

ANNA HUNSICKER5 (Johnson), of Heinrich^, of 
Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob'', of Dillman\ 

6 1683 I Abraham Johiison. 



212 KULP FAMILV. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1389. 

ELIZABETH HUNSICKERs (Bechtel), of Heixrich^ 
of Elizabeth Kolbs (Hunsicker), of Jacob-, of Dillmax'. 

Inilividual Family 

Geu. Xo. No. " 

6 1684 I Saviucl BccJitcl. 

6 1685 2 AbraJiam BecJitcl, of Upper Providence, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1391. 

CATHARINE HUNSICKERs (Grater), of Heixrich^, 
of Elizabeth Kolbs (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of Dillmax'. 

6 1686 I Henry Grater, m. Landis, Limerick, 

Pa. 

6 1687 2 Abraham Grater, m. Katie Hunsicker, of 
Collegeville, Pa. 

6 1688 3 Jaeob Grater, m. Polly Hunsicker, of Skip- 

pack, Pa. 

6 1689 4 Peggy Grater, m. first, John Alderfer; sec- 
ond, Mr. Detweiler. 

6 1690 5 Elias Grater, m. Sarah Tyson, Center Point. 

6 1 69 1 6 Katie Grater, m. Garret Stauffer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1392. 

HENRY HUNSICKER5 of Heixrich^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob% of Dillmax'. 

6 1692 I Z^<7;//(7y///;/.y/V/^rr, m. Miss Hunsberger; res., 

Schwenksville, Pa. ; deceased. 



KULP FAMILY. 21 3 

lutlivi.lual Karnilv 

Xn. 

2 JoJui D. Hunsickjr, m. Nancy Reiff. 

3 Williain D. Hunsickcr, m. Ann W. Kolb. 

4 Henry C. Hunsickcr, m. Annie Markley. 

5 Mary Hunsickcr, m. Benjamin Markley. 

6 Elizabctli Hunsickcr, m. Daniel Reiff. 

7 Susan Hunsickcr, m. David Horning. 
All born in Skippack, Pa. 



Geu. 

6 


No. 
1693 


6 


1694 


6 


1695 


6 


1696 


6 


1697 


6 


1608 



CHILDREN OF No. 1394. 

GARRF:T HUNSICKER5, of Heinrich^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

1 Henry G. Hunsickcr, m. Miss Stauffer. 

2 Christian Hunsickcr, m. Miss Tyson, of 
Skippack, Pa. 

3 Abraham D. Hunsickcr, m. Mary Detweiler. 

4 Hetty Hunsickcr, m. Henry Allebach, of 
Providence, Pa. 

5 Polly Hunsickcr, m. Jacob Grater, of Skip- 
pack. Pa. 

6 Katie Hunsicker, m. Abraham Grater, Col- 
lecfcville. Pa. 



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1699 


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1700 


6 


1701 


6 


1702 


6 


1703 


6 


1704 



CHILDREN OF No. 1395. 

ABRAHAM HUNSICKERs, of Heinrich*, of Eliza- 
beth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

6 1705 I Ann Hunsicker, m. John B. Landis. 

(K. F.-15.) 



214 




Gea. 

6 


ludividual 

Xo. 

1706 


6 


1707 


6 


1708 


6 


1709 


6 


I7IO 



KULP FAMILY. 

Family 
Xo. ' 

2 Benjamin Hinisickcr, m. Hannah Detweiler; 
she died, 1894, in Los Angeles, Cal. 

3 Esther Huiisicker, m. first, Abraham Det- 
weiler ; second, Gideon Fetterolf. 

4 Rev. Henry A. Hnnsicker, m. first, Mary 
Wineberger ; second, Annie C. Gotwals. 

5 Abraham Hnnsicker, m. Rachel Rittenhouse. 

6 E/irjabeth Hnnsicker, m. Francis R. Hun- 

sicker, a Reformed minister at Carvers- 
\'ille, Bucks county. Pa. 

6 171 1 7 Elias A. Hnnsicker, m. Susanna F. Moyer; 

res., Philadelphia. 

6 17 12 8 Mary A. Hnnsicker, m. Rev. Jarrct T. 

Preston. 

6 17 1 3 9 Katie A. Hnnsicker, m. Rev. Joseph H. 
Hendricks, pastor of Trinity Reformed 
Church at Collegeville. 

6 17 14 10 Horace JM. Hnnsicker, m. Fliza Cosgrove. 
'All born in Upper Providence or Collegeville, Pa. 



CHILDRP:N of No. I395>^. 

SARAH HUNSICKER5, of HEINKICH4, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Hnnsicker), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

6 ^715 I Jacob ]^andcrslicc. 

6 17 16 2 Hcttie Wxnderslicc, m. Jacob Gotwals. 

6 17 1 7 3 Sarah Jdnders/ice, m. Avaos Y)Q\.\\Q\\eY. 

6 171 8 4 J/^rrj' [7?;^<i'r/'jr//(;r, m. Abraham Rosenberger. 



KULP FAMILY, 



215 



CHILDREN OF No. 1396. 
HENRY KOLB-\ of Jacob^, of Henrys, of JACoB^ of 



Dillman'. 



Gen. 

6 



1 7 19 I Catliarinc Ko!l\ b. February 3, 179S; m. 

John Freed ; res., Harleysville, Pa. ; 
farmer; Mennonite; he .served in several 
township offices, and has been engaged 
in teaching school. 

1720 2 Jacob Kolb, b. November 2, 1799; d. April 

18, 1867; m. Nancy Alderfer, daughter 
of Rev. Isaac Alderfer ; he was a farmer 
and, Mennonite, and served in the minis- 
try of the Mennonite congregation at 
Salford, near Harleysville, Pa., where he 
resided. 

1 72 1 3 Polly Koll), b. December 10, 1801 ; m. Peter 

Hendricks ; res., Kulpsville, Pa. ; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

1722 4 Henry Kolb, b. January 24, 1804; d. August 

9, 1869; m. Elizabeth Schumacher; d. 
November 2, 1889; res., Franconia 
Square, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

1723 5 Abraham Kolb, b. January 11, 1806; m. 

Elizabeth Landis, daughter of Abraham 
Landis ; res., Franconia, Pa. ; weaver 
and farmer ; Mennonites ; Franconia, Pa. 

1724 6 Sallic Kolb, b. December 8, 1808 ; m. Joseph 

Schwartz, b. February 16, 18 16; res., 
Harleysville, Pa. ; farmer ; retired ; Men- 
nonites ; no issue. 

1725 7 William Kolb, b. March 14, 181 1 ; d. 1880; 

m. Mary Fredericks ; res., Harlej^sville, 
Pa. ; jeweler and farmer. 



2l6 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

6 1726 8 5(^w;/£7 AW/;, b. November 20, 1813 ; d. July 
14, 1 89 1, aged JJ years, 11 months, 25 
days ; m. Mary Wanner, of Weaverland, 
Lancaster count}-. Pa. ; he resided at 
Mechanicsville, between Lancaster city 
and New Holland. 

6 1727 9 Nancy Kolb, b. May 22, 181 8; m. Benjamin 
Kolb, of Skippack, Pa., farmer ; she is a 
Mennonite ; res., Lucon. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1397. 

JOHN K0LB5, of J.ACOB^, of Henkv3, of Jacobs of Dill- 
man'. 

6 1728 I John Kolb, m. Polly Moyer ; res., Salford- 

villc, Pa. ; afterwards moved to Lancas- 
ter county. Pa. ; farmer, and a preacher 
in the Herrite Church (Herrenleute). 

6 1729 2 y<'?<:W/' A'///^, m. Polly Swartley ; res., Salford- 
ville ; occ, shoemaker ; farmer ; Men- 
nonites. 

6 1730 3 ^/;;7^//c^w A'///^, nL Hannah Landis, daughter 
of Abraham Landis ; res., Salfordville, 
Pa. ; carriage builder ; Mennonites. 

6 1 73 1 4 TAv^/j A////, m. Elizabeth Hiltebeitel ; res., 

Zieglersville ; farmer. 

6 1732 5 Nancy Knlp, m. Henry Landis; res., near 

Harleysville, Pa. ; had a saw mill on 
Indian creek ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

6 1733 6 Isaac Kiilp, m. Molly Bergey ; res., Skip- 
packville. Pa.; shoemaker; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

6 1734 7 Catharine Knlp, died unmarried. 



KULP FAMILY. 21/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 1398. 
MARIA KOLB5 (Lederach), of JACOB^ of Henry^, of 

JaCOB^ of DlLLMAN\ 

luiiividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1735 I Nancy Lederach, m. William Young. 

6 1736 2 Henry LcdcracJi, m. Anna Garge.s, daughter 
of Abraham Garge.s ; he has been in the 
mercantile business at Lederachsville for 
many years ; also, established the first 
tavern in Lederachsville, Pa., where they 
resided to the time of their death. 

6 ^71i7 3 -i^djlly LcdcracJi, m. Abraham Gotwals. 

6 1738 4 JoJui LcdcracJi, m. Nancy Stauffer ; res., 
Lederachsville, Pa. ; in mercantile busi- 
ness ; both deceased. 

6 1739 5 EJizabctJi LcdcracJi, m. Michael Shoemaker; 

occ, carpenter; at one time he owned 
and operated the Mingo mills, near 
Royersford ; afterwards operated an oil 
mill in Philadelphia ; he also carried on 
thi mercantile business at Lucon, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa., and for many years 
proprietor and owner of a hotel at Ger- 
mantown and Lehigh avenues, Philadel- 
phia ; and now (1893) living on Dauphin 
street and Tenth, Philadelphia ; retired 
at an advanced age. 

6 1740 6 Jacob LcdciacJi, died at the age of fourteen 
years. 



2l8 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1399. 

ELIZABETH KOLRs (Detra), of JAC0B^ of Henry3, of 
Jacob'', of Dillmax'. 

Iudi^i(U^al Famil.v 

Gen. No. Xo. 

6 1 741 I Christian Dctra, m. Susie Baum; res., Phil- 

adelphia ; last known. 

6 1742 2 Abraham Dctra, m. Stauffer. 

6 1743 3 Jncob Dctra, m. Ritter ; Fairview vil- 

lage. Pa. 

6 1744 4 Betsy Dctra, m. Dorworth, of Fair- 
view, Pa. 

6 1745 5 MjUj Detra, m. Charles Fegley, of Fair- 

view, Pa. 

6 174*3 6 Jesse Dctra,x\Mwx\cA. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1400. 

BARBARA KOLB^ (Ziegler). of JACOB^ of Henry3, of 
Jacob-, of DILLMAN^ 

6 1747 I Xaiiey Ziegler, \\\. Jacob Aloyer, of Perkio- 

men, Pa.; farmer; Alennonite; deceased. 

6 1748 2 Jaeoh Ziegler, xn.ViCt'^y \j^\\dei?,\ res., Leder- 

achsville. Pa. ; farmer ; deceased. 

6 1749 3 Catharine Ziegler, m. Michael Alderfer, of 
Lower Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa., near Alderfer's mills ; farmer ; Men- 
nonites ; deceased. 

6 1750 4 Andreio Ziegler, m. Louisa Jacobs; res., 
Lederachs\ille, Pa. ; deceased. 



KULP FAMILY. 2ig 

CHILDREN OF No. 1401. 

CATHARINE KOLBs (Stauffer), of Jacob^ of Henry3, 
of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

lu.livitUial Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 175 I I P.' or o-j/ Stan/fcr, died single. 

6 1752 2 Jacob Stauffer, m. Miss Ritter. 

6 1753 3 Garret Stauffer, xw.Yiz.'de Qx?Xex \ res., Skip- 

pack, Pa. 

6 1754 4 Hannali Stauffer, m. David Wieand ; Har- 

leysville. Pa. 

7 1755 5 Nancy Stauffer, m. John Lederach, Leder- 

achsville, Pa. 

6 1756 6 _/;V/;/ Stauffer, m. Susanna Alderfer, Lower 
Salford, Pa.; later resided at Skippack, 
Pa. 

6 1757 7 /)///w<7/,! 5/<'2'///fl7', m. Mary Mack, Schwenks- 

ville. Pa. ' 



CHILDREN OF No. 1492. 
JACOB K0LB5, of Jacob*, of Henrys, of JACOB^ of 

DiLLIMAN'. 

6 1758 I Henry C. Kolb, b. September 16, 181 2; m. 

Elizabeth Landis ; res., near Salfordville, 
Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; he is a deacon 
in the Salford Mennonite congregation, 
near Harleysville, Pa. ; he died Decem- 
ber 6, 1894. 

The horrible manner in which Henry C. Kulp, an aged 
citizen of Upper Salford township, near Bergey, met his death, 
is well known. 



220 KULP FAMILY. 

Just how the aged man's clothes caught fire will never 
be known, as there was no one to witness it, but the circum- 
stances are as follows : Mr. Kulp, aged 82 years, two months 
and 22 days, lived with his son Henry on a farm not far from 
the village of Bergey. Some years ago his wife died, and he 
lived alone in a room of his son's dwelling. 

At noon, on a Thursday, he returned from the field some 
distance- from the house, where he had been burning brush. 
After dinner the family supposed the aged man had retired to 
his room. But this was not the case ; instead he again went to 
the field. Toward evening, or about supper time, the family 
looked for him in his room, but he was not there. His son 
Henry immediately went to the field in search of his father. 
Imagine the shock at finding the aged man U'ing within 
twenty feet of the heap of smoldering brushes, terribly 
burned and dead. 

His clothes were burned from his body. His boots, the 
wristbands of his clothes and his collar were all that was left 
of his wearing apparel. His coat was found near by, the 
sleeves burned off near the elbows, indicating that probably 
the coat caught fire and he took it off to save himself 

As already stated, no positive explanation can be given 
of how the terrible accident occurred. The supposition, how- 
ever, is that he attempted to scrape or push the dying embers 
together with his foot, and that his trousers caught fire. 
There is something strange even about this theory. The fact 
is, no one knows. 

'Squire Wm. S. Slotterer, of Upper Salford, on Friday 
held an inquest. The jury rendered a verdict of accidental 
death by burning. 

Mr. Kulp left one son and two daughters — Henry, with 
whom he resided ; Mrs. Henry P. Garges, of Elroy ; and Mrs. 
Christian S. Bergey, of Bergey. For many years — nearly 
forty — he was a deacon and consistent member of the Lower 
Salford Mennonite congregation, in which cemetery he was 
buried. The services were conducted by Revs. H. S. Bower 
and Jacob C. Moyer, of Lower Salford. 



KULP FAMILY. 221 

CHILDREN OF No. 1403. 
NANCY KOLB5 (Nice), of JACOB^ of Henrys, of JACOB^ 

of DlLLMAN^ 



Gen. 



ludiviauMl Faiiiilv 



6 1759 I Magdalcna Nice, m. Benjamin Alderfer ; 

res., Alderfer'.s mills. Lower Salford, 
Montgomery county. Pa. ; carpenter and 
farmer ; then miller ; now retired. 

6 1760 2 Abraham A^icc, m. ReifT. 

^ ^761 3 Jacob Nice, m. Betsy Bieler ; res., near Har- 

leysville, Pa. 

6 1762 4 A'^rz/rj' iV/cr, m. Jacob Johnson ; builder and 
contractor; res., Schwenksville, Pa. ; de- 
ceased. 

6 ^7^1i 5 Hannah Nice, m. John Haldeman ; after his 

decease she married Joseph Haldeman, 
brother of John ; res., near Salfordville, 
Pa. ; farmer. 

6 1764 6 Barbara Nice, m. Godfrey Saylor ; miller; 
he died August 9, 1890. 

6 1765 7 Bciijainin Nice, m. Katie Price, of Harleys- 

ville. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1404. 
HENRY K0LB5, of Yelles^, of Henrys, of JAcoB^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

6 1766 I Susie Kolb, m. Abraham Wismer, a minister 

in the Mennonite church at Skippack, 
Pa. ; farmer ; deceased. 

6 1767 2 Katie Kolb, m. Henry Gotwals ; res., Perkio- 
men, Pa. ; farmer. 



222 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1405. 

JACOB K0LB5, of YELLES^ of HeNRY3, of JACOB^ of 
DILLMAN^ 

ludividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1768 I Henry Kolb, m. Esther Schweinhart ; res., 

Skippack, Pa.; farmer; retired; Men- 
nonites. 

6 1769 2 Joseph Kolb, m. Dinah Eshbach ; res., Skip- 
pack, Pa. • 

^ ^IT^ 3 J^icoh Kolb, m. Lydia Tyson; res., Leder- 
achsville, Pa. ; farmer; River Brethren ; 
both deceased. 

6 1 77 1 4 Polly Kolb, m. Christian Moyer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1407. 

JOHN K0LB5, of YELLES4, of HeXRV3, of JACOB^ of 
DlLLMAX'. 

1 John Kiilp, m. Miss Hangey ; they moved 
to Ohio. 

2 David Kulp, m. first, Miss Kolb; second, 
Miss Garges ; Skippackvillc, Pa. 

3 Abraliaiii Kulp, m. Lena Keyser ; res., Skip- 
pack, Pa. 

4 Daniel Kulp, m. Ann Hemmon. 

5 Polly Kulp, m. Mr. Clemmer. 

6 Ptggy Kulp ; no record. 

7 Sarah Kulp ; unmarried. 



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1772 


6 


1773 


6 


1774 


6 


1775 


6 


1776 


6 


1777 


6 


1778 



Geu 



KULP FAMILY. 223 

In.Uviil\ial Family 

No. Xo'. 

6 1779 8 Nancy Kulp, ni. William Bean; res., Skip- 
pack, Pa. 

6 1780 9 Katie Kill p ; unmarried. 

6 1 78 1 10 Betsy Kiilp ; unmarried. 

6 1782 II Lena Kiilp, m. first, Mr. Sowers; second, 
Mr. Underkoffler. 
All born in Skippack. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1415. 
JxACOB K0LB5, of Dillm.\n4, of Henrys, of JACOB^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

6 1783 I Al'vaJiani Kolb.h. June 13, 1806; m. Eliza- 

beth Ziegler, daughter of Dillman Zieg- 
ler, November 3, 1829; res., Waterloo 
county, Ontario ; farmer ; Mennonites. 

6 1784 2 Molly Kolb, b. August 4, 1808; m. Joseph 
Erb, of Preston, Waterloo county, On- 
taiio, Canada, December 11, 1827; he 
was a miller by trade, owned a large 
mill, and carried on an extensive flour 
trade in Preston, Ontario, where they 
resided ; he died several years ago ; they 
v\ere Mennonites. 

6 1785 3 Tobias Kolb, b. August ii, 1810; m. Mag- 

dalena l-5echtel November 21, 1833; 
res., Waterloo county, Ontario, Canada ; 
farmer; retired; blind (in 1892); Men- 
nonites. 

6 1786 4 Lydia Kolb, b. May 13, 18 14; m. Benjamin 
Schantz November 5, 1833 ; res., Water- 
loo county, Ontario, Canada; farmer; 
Mennonites. 



224 KULP FAMILY. 

ludivi.iual Fiimilv 

Geu. Xo. No. 

6 1787 5 HaiinaJi Kolh, b. September 25, 181 8; m. 

David Bricker September 12, 1837; res., 
Waterloo county, Ontario, Canada ; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 

6 1788 6 Henry Kolb.h. h^xW 15, 1820; died young. 
All of Waterloo county, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1416. 
BETSY K0LB5 (Croll), of Dillman^, of Henryb, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

6 1789 I Willlani Croll, m. Kate Willower, of Leder- 

ach.s\-ille, Montgomerj^ county, Pa. ; had 
one daughter, Mary. 

6 1790 2 Jacob Croll, died }'Oung. 



CHILI) R1-:X OF No. 14 17. 
PEGGY K0LB5 (Lichtel), Dillman^, of Hexrvs, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Jacob Lichtel, m. Pegg}' Mattis. 

2 Jonas Lichtel, died young. 

3 Lydia LJchtel, m. Michael Hoffman. 

4 JlLartin Lichtel, died in infanc)'. 



b 


1 79 1 


6 


1792 


6 


1793 


6 


1794 


6 


1795 


6 


1796 


6 


1797 



5 



Katie LichteL died unmarried. 



6 ]\Lartin LJchtel, died unmarried. 

7 Elias Lichtel, m. I^lizabeth Kolb, daughter 

of Isaac Kolb ; res., Creamery, Mont- 
gomery count}', Pa. ; shoemaker. 



KULP FAMILY. • 22$ 



Individual Familj' 

Gen. No. No. 



6 1799 8 Saiiic LicJitcl, m, Henry Steyer. 
6 1800 9 Susie LicJitcl, m. Perry Jones. 
6 1 80 1 10 Nancy Liclitcl, died young. 
6 1802 II JoJin Lichtcl, m. Sarah Bloch ; no i.s.sue. 
All born in Skippack, Pa. 



childrp:n of no. 1421. 

SUSANNA MILLP:R5 (Troxel), of Elizabeth Kolb^ 
(Miller), of Henrv3, of Jacoh^ of Dillman'. 

6 1803 I Elisabeth Troxel, m. John O. James, the 

well-known dry good.s merchant, on 
Third street, Philadelphia, whose daugh- 
ter afterwards married J. Monroe Shel- 
lenberger, at one time a prominent law- 
yer, and served a term as District At- 
torney in the courts at Doylestown, 
Bucks county, Pa. ; the children of 
Elizabeth Troxel and John O. James 
were John O. James, Frederick James, 
Emma James and Caroline James, who 
married J. Monroe Shellenberger. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1426. 

HENRY KOLB5, of Henry*, of Henrys, of Jacob^ ot 
Dillman'. 

6 1804 I Garret Kulp,n\.Vi?iXy Yxoy^x \ res., Lucon, 

Montgomery county. Pa. ; farmer. 

6 1S05 2 Mary Kill p ; single; at Lucon, Pa. 



226 ■ KULP FAMILY. 

lurlivilual Faiiiilv 
Gen. No, No. " 

6 1806 3 Isaac Kiilp,h. \'^^o\ m. Sue Landis in 1856 ; 

entered into mercantile business and 
merchant tailoring in 1855, which busi- 
ness he carried on for many years ; he 
was elected to the ministry in the Dunk- 
ard or Brethren church in 1872, where 
he served faithfully until 1 890 ; since 
then he has been confined to his house the 
greater part of the time, being unable to 
walk alone. 

6 1807 4 Magdaloia Kii/p ; unmarried; res., Lucon, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 1808 5 Abraliam Kulp, d. unmarried, aged 22 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1428. 

ELIZABETH KOLBs (Reiff), of Hexky^, of Henrys, of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

6 1809 I n7///Vr 7// 7?^/^, b. January 22, 1819 ; m. Emi- 

ly Miller; children: Savillion, Emanu- 
el, Jacob, Lizzie, Urbane, Charles, Mary 
and Mary, of Philadelphia. 

6 1 8 10 2 Henry Rciff, b. February 6, 1821 ; d. Sep- 
tember II, 1857; m. Mary Steiner; 
children : Lizzie, Mary, Isaac, Elijah, 
Annie, Nathan, Jane, Susanna, Catha- 
rine, Emma, of Philadelphia. 

6 181 1 3 Joh?i Rciff, b. September 14, 1822 ; m. Sarah 

Cassel ; children : Mary, P^lizabeth, Mar- 
tha, Hannah, Jsaiah, Sarah, John, Lavi- 
na, Annie, of Skippack. 

6 18 12 4 /'^V/)'7?r//f, b. October 13, 1824; died young. 



KULP FAMILY. 22/ 

Individual Faniilv 

Goa. No. No. 

6 1813 5 Mary Rciff, b. January 6, 1826; m. Daniel 

Cassel November 17, 1844, b. August 9, 
18 16; he settled at Harmony Square, 
Skippack township, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; was engaged in mercantile business 
for eleven years ; then he bought a pro- 
perty at Cedar, in Worcester township, 
same county, and followed the mercan- 
tile business for thirty-two years at that 
place with great success ; he was also 
instrumental in getting a postoffice es- 
tablished at that place, called Cedar P. 
O., of which he was postmaster for about 
ten years ; he retired from business in 
1888, and died in 1892. 



childrp:n of No. 1429. 

MOLLY KOLBs (Moyer), of Henry^, of Henry3, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

6 1 8 14 I Savuicl K. ]\Ioycr,h. February i8, 1827; d. 

December 8, 1855 ; single. 

6 181 5 2 Mary K. Moycr, b. August 10, 1828; m. 

Elijah Stover February 5, 1852; res., 
Kulpsville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
deceased. 

6 1816 3 Ann K. Moycr, b. December 17, 1829; m. 

Jacob M. Cassel September 29, 1856; d. 
April 9, 1858. 

6 1817 4 Catharine K. Moycr, b. July 14, 1831 ; un- 

married. 



228 KULP FAMILY. 

ludivi.lual Family 
Gen. Xo. Xo." 

6 1818 5 ElizabctJi K. Aloycr, b. June 8, 1833; un- 

married ; deceased. 

6 1 8 19 6 Barbara K. Moycr, b. May 11, 1835; m. 
Jesse Y. Heckler February 5, 1857; 
moved to Nebraska ; is a preacher in the 
Dunkard or Brethren church. 

6 1820 7 Susan K. Moycr, b. January 31, 1837; m. 
John M. Harley April 2, 1857; d. Janu- 
ary 5, 1888. 

6 1 82 1 8 Lydia K. Moycr, b. December 2, 1839; m. 

William G. Freed March 15, 1862; 
Cedars P. O., Pa. 

6 1822 . 9 Isaac K. Moycr, b. February 28, 1842; m. 
Mary Jane Grater December 29, 1867; 
Evansburg, Pa. 

Isaac K. Moyer, son of John O. Moyer, was born P'ebru- 
ary 28, 1842, at Cedar, Montgomery county, Pa. He com- 
menced business as a merchant in October, 1865, at Cedar. 
On December 29, 1867, he married Mary Jane, daughter of 
Jacob H. Grater, of Worcester, Pa. After leaving Cedar he 
continued his business career at Lansdale and at Eagleville. 
At each of these places he was appointed postmaster, and 
served during the time of his residence there. From 1880 to 
1888 he again resided at Cedar, and during this time was 
the leader of the choir at the Trinity Christian Church at 
Skippackville. He was resident at Eagleville, where he is 
engaged in the business, as formerly. He is now leader in 
the choir of the Lower Providence Presbyterian church, since 
June, 1888. He has two sons, Ambrose and Clarance. 



KULP FAMILY. 229 

CHILDREN OF No. 143 1. 

JOHN KOLB5, of HENRY4, of HeNRY3, of JACOB^ of 
DiLLMAN'. 

IndivMual Faniilv 

No. No. 

1823 I Hjiiry D. Kolb, or Kulp, a.s now frequently 

.spelled, wa.s born June 2, 1838; died 
February 23, 1888, aged 49 year.s, 8 
month.s, 21 day.s, and is buried at the 
Upper Skippack Mennonite cemetery ; 
he wa.s married to Matilda Johnson. 

Henry D. Kulp was of German descent, and lived on a 
farm at Lucon, Skippack township, Montgomery county. Pa., 
where he was born and lived all his lifetime. During his boy- 
hood days he attended the schools of his neighborhood ; 
afterwards attended Washington Hall Institute at Trappe. 
He began his professional career at the age of eighteen years 
in teaching in the public schools, and continued for thirty-two 
years in Montgomery county. Being a diligent student he 
made rapid progress as a teacher, so that Superintendent 
Cruickshank gave him a professional certificate on Septem- 
ber II, 1 86 1. He also received from Superintendent Rambo 
a professional certificate, dated May 25, 1874, which was 
supplemented by a permanent certificate granted by State 
Superintendent Wickersham, on November 17, 1876. The 
same year he was the Republican nominee for the State 
Legislature. In 1882 his name was brought before the Con- 
gressional Convention at Lansdale, but he positively declined. 
For a number of years he was superintendent of the Skip- 
packville Sunday school. He was a member of the Chautau- 
qua Literary and Scientific Circle. He had two daughters. 



Iii.lividu.il 
Gen. No. 

7 1018 


Pamil 
Xo. 

I 


Ella Kulp. 


7 1019 


2 


Mary Kulp. 


(K. F.— 16.) 







Gen. 

6 


No. 
1824 


6 


1825 


6 


1826 



230 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1433. 
BENJAMIN KOLBs, of Hexry^ of Henrys, of Jacob% 

of DILLMAN^ 

Individual Familr 
Xo.' 

1 Deborah Kolb, b. Jul)' 26, 1842. 

2 Katie Ko'b, b. November 12, 1843. 

3 Eiias Kolb, b. December 9, 1845 ; m. Ange- 

line Ziegler, daughter of Abraham O. 
Ziegler ; res., Lederachsville, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. ; jeweller. 

6 1827 4 Mary Kolb, b. May 27, 1850; m. Jacob 
Beck ; res., Lucon, Montgomery county, 
Fa. ; farmer ; by trade a barber. 

6 1828 5 ElizabctJi Kolb, b. December 24, 1856; d. 

July 23, 1 883, aged 26 years ; unmarried. 

Two very appropriate pieces of poetry were composed 
upon the occasion of her death, one by her father of seven 
stanzas, the other by a near friend. Rev. Henry Johnson, of 
eleven stanzas, both entirel}' original and in the German 
lancruacre. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1434. 

SUSANNA DETWEILER5 (Landis), of Johannes^, of 
Maria Kolb^ (Detweiler), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

6 1829 I E/i Landis, deceased, m. Mollie Hendricks. 

6 1830 2 Josc/'/i La udis, deceased; m. Rachel Harley. 

6 1 83 1 3 G?/'//<7;7;/r Z^//^//jr, deceased, m. Joseph Det- 

weiler. 



KULP FAMILY. 23 I 

Iiidivi;lual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 1832 4 JoJdi Laiidis, m. Elizabeth Grater; res., 
Perkiomen, Pa. ; deceased. 

6 1833 5 Jacob Laudis ; single; deceased. 

6 1834 6 Daniel Laiidis, m. Polly Ruth; res., Skip- 

pack, Pa. ; deceased. 

6 1835 7 Polly La/idis ; unmarried; deceased. 

6 1836 8 Susan Landis, m. Jesse Conner; res., in 
Limerick, Pa., or Skippack. 

6 1836^ 9 Abraham Lajidis, m. Elizabeth Reiff; res., 
Lederachsville, Pa. ; deceased. 

6 ^^^7 10 Elizabeth I^andis, m. Henry Grater; res.. 
Limerick, Pa. Moved to Illinois ; died 
there. 

6 1838 II Christian I^aiidis, m. Elizabeth Ruth; res., 
Kulpsville, Pa. ; deceased. 

6 1839 12 Isaac Landis, m. Annie Ruth; res., Skip- 
pack, Pa. 

6 1840 13 Sarah Landis, m. Abraham Reiff, residence, 
Norritonville, Pa. 

All born in Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1435. 

ELIZABETH DETWEILERs (Hunsicker), of Johan- 
nes'*, of Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Jacob^, of Dillman^ 

6 1835 I Joseph Hunsicker, m. P^lizabeth Moyer. 

6 1836 2 Polly Hunsicker, m. Abraham Hendricks. 

6 1837 3 Henry D. Hunsicker, m. Catharine Shoe- 

maker. 



232 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Geo. No. Xo. 

6 1838 4 Sarah Hiiiisickcr, m. John High. 

6 1839 5 Eli,zadeth Hmisickcr, m. Gedeon Federolf, 
Collegeville, Pa. 

6 1840 6 6"c?mY Z*. T/z/z/.y/r/vr, m. EHzabeth Morgan, 
Fairview village, Pa. 



6 


1 84 1 


6 


1842 


6 


1843 


6 


1844 



CHILDREN OF No. 1437. 

MARIA DP:TWILER5 (Hunsicker), of JoHANNES^ of 
Maria Kolb3 (Dctwilcr), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

1 Daniel Hmisickcr, m. Miss Elizabeth Huns- 
berger, of Schwenksville, Pa. 

2 John D. Hunsicker, b. 1807; d. 1879; m. 
Nancy Reiff. 

3 William D. Hunsicker, m. Ann W. Kulp. 

4 Henry C. Hunsicker, b. 18 10; d. 1874; m. 

Lydia K. Markley. 

6 1845 5 Alary Hunsicker, m. Benjamin Markley, 

Collegeville, Pa. 

6 Hetty Hunsicker, d. 1893; m. Jacob Reiff; 
no issue. 

6 1846 7 Elizabeth Hunsicker, m. Daniel Reiff. 

6 1847 8 Susan Hunsicker, m. David Horning. 

6 1847^ 9 Catharine Hunsicker, b. 1806; d. 1859; m. 
Garret C. Reiff, b. 1798; d. 1875. 



KULP FAMILY. 233 

CHILDREN OF No. 1440. 

CHRISTIAN DETWEILER5, of Johannes^, of Maria 
Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Jacob^, of Dillman". 



IiifUvid-.ial 



Gen. 



6 1848 I Jolin Dctxueilcr, died unmarried. 

6 1849 2 Cat/iari/ic Dctivcilcr, m. Nathan Davis; 
children : Jefferson, of Shannonville, Pa. ; 
Milton, of Oaks, Pa. 

6 1850 3 Mary Dctzocilcr, m. Theodore Morgan; no 

issue. 

6 1 85 1 4 Isaac Dctwcilcr, m. Jane Stinson ; res., Phil- 

adelphia ; have one daughter. 

6 1852 5 HaiuiaJi Dctwcilcr, m. Benjamin A. Hun- 

sicker ; one child, Elizabeth ; resided at 
Collegeville, Pa. ; died at Los Angeles, 
California. 

6 1853 6 Abraliani Dctwcilcr, m. Hetty Hunsicker; 

children : Christian and Elizabeth ; both 
died single. 

6 1854 7 Elizabeth Dctzocilcr, died uimiarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1441. 

CATHARINE DETWEILERs (Hunsicker), of Johan- 
NES'*, of Maria Kolbs (Detweiler), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

I Elizabeth Hunsicker, b. 1810; d. 1879; "'^• 
Abraham Ziegler. 

6 1855 2 Henry G. Hunsicker, m. Hannah Stauffer. 

6 1856 3 CJiristian Hunsicker, b. 1 8 16; d. 1879; m. 

Sarah T}-son, b. 1822 ; Skippack, Pa. 



234 KULP FAMILY. 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. 



6 1857 4 AbraJiain D. Hiiiisickcr, b. 1830; m. Mary 
Detweiler. 

6 1858 5 //tY/j' ///'^/w/r/f'^v', m. Henry A llebach, Lower 

Providence, Pa. 

6 1859 6 Polly Hnnsickcr, m. Jacob Grater, Skippack, 
Pa. 

6 i860 7 Katie Hnnsickcr, h. \?>20\ m. Rev. Abraham 
Grater, Collegeville, Pa. 

6 i86o;f/< 8 Garret Hnnsickcr, h. \'$,22. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1454. 

NICHOLAS RITTENH0USE5, of Susanna Detwei- 
ler* (Rittenhou.se), of Maria Kolb^ (Detweiler), of Jacobs of 

DiLLMAN'. 

6 1 86 1 I Martin B. Kittcnhonsc,h. 1799; d. October 

29, 1863; m. PLmehne H. Reiner June 
10, 1862; had one child. Martini, resid- 
ing at Germantown, Philadelphia. 

6 1862 2 James Rittenhonsc, b. about 1803; m. Lu- 

cinda Trexler, daughter of Reuben 
Trexler ; children ; Annie, Horatio, 
Kate, Carrie, Caroline. 

6 1863 3 Nicholas Rittenhonsc, b. 1806; d. July 18, 

1890; m. Sarah W. Potts in 1836; he 
resided at Ro.vborough, Philadelphia, 
and are both buried at Germantown 
]\Iennonite meeting - house ; children : 
P^noch', PLnoch^, Anna, Martha, Wil- 
liam. Nicholas, Elizabeth, Mary, Sallie. 



KULP FAMILY. 235 



Gen. 



Individual Family 



6 1 864 4 Charles RittcnJioiisc , b. May 31, 1 808 ; m. 
Amelia Van Buskirk, of Pottstown ; he 
died in Maryland August 6, 1872; 
Amelia is living with her son Charles in 
Maryland, near Baltimore ; children : 
Mary, Sarah, Cornelia, Sophia, Van 
Brandt, George, Anna Roda, James, 
Martin, Alexander, Elizabeth. 

6 ' 865 5 JosiaJi Rittc7ihouse, m. Sarah M. Chesney ; 

two children, Emma and Nicholas. 

6 1866 6 George Rittenliousc, d. 1890; m. Tobitha 
Potts, d. 1885; children: Kate', Grace, 
Kate^ May, Martha, William. 

6 1 867 7 David Riiteiihouse, died single. 

6 1868 8 Jesse RittenJionse, died single. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1456. 

ELIZABETH RITTENHOUSP:^ (Umsted), of Susanna 
Detweiler'^ (Rittenhouse), of Maria K()lb3 (Detweiler), of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

6 1869 I William Umsted, h. I'&oo; d. 1886; m. Maria 

Rittenhouse, b. April 6, 1803; d. 1871 ; 
children: Daniel, Thomas, ■ Josiah, 
Amanda, Angeline, William, Elmira, 
Morris, Sarah. 

6 1870 2 Arnold Umsted, m. Julia Bettinger ; child- 

ren : PLlizabeth, Sarah, Mary, Ann, 
Thomas, Ellen, Joseph, Charles, Ar- 
nold, Julia. 



236 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Faniilv 

Geu. Xo. Xu. " 

6 1 87 1 3 CatJiarinc Uinstcd, m. Francis Hartman ; 

children : Elizabeth, Joseph and Kate. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1457. 

JACOB D. RITTENH0USE5, of Susanna Detweiler^ 
(Rittenhouse), of Maria Kolbs (Detweiler), of JACOB^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

6 1872 I Henry R. Rittciilunisc, b. Aug-ust 27, 1807; 

d. September 14, 1878; m. Miss Wis- 
mer ; she died ; he married again to 
Sarah Raudenbush ; children : Charles 
A. and Mary M., of Norristown, Pa. 

6 1873 2 David Rittcnho?(Si\ h. ]u\\c 17, 1809; d. Oc- 

tober 6, 1876; m. Ann Johnson; child- 
ren : Mary, Henry, David, Emma, Jacob, 
Samuel, Anna, Lizzie. 

6 1874 3 Martin RittcnJiousc, b. October 19, 18 10; m. 
Sarah Hendricks ; children : Rosabella 
and Elmira. 

6 1875 4 Susanna Rittoi/ionsc, b. Augu.st 18, 1812; 

m. David Bechtel ; he died ; she married 
again to Henry Hunsicker, miller; child- 
ren : William, Josiah, Mary and Sarah ; 
res., Ironbridge, Pa. 

6 1876 5 Amos Rittenhouse, h. December 6, 181 3; d. 

young. 

6 1877 6 Hajinah Rittenhonse, h.SQ'picmber 22), \d>\'^\ 
died young. 

6 1878 7 Sarah Rittenlionse, b. September 10, 1817; 
died young. 



KULP FAMILY. 23/ 



Gen. 



6 1879 8 Jacob Rittcn/ioiisc, b. March 31, 18 19; m. 
Catharine Kratz ; res., Limerick Scjuare, 
Pa. 

6 1880 9 iMarv Rittciiliousc, b. November 14, 1820; 
m. Charles Tyson ; had one son ; died 
young ; res., Limerick Square, Pa. 

6 1 88 1 TO Williani Rittcnlumse, b. December 30, 1822; 
d. February 28, 1887; m. Ehzabeth Lin- 
derman ; children : Emma, Annie, Henry 
and Lizzie, Norristown, Pa. 

6 1882 II Elirjabctli RittcnJiojisc.h. K^ixW 2\, 1824; m. 
Jacob Detweiler ; children : Theodore, 
Frank and Jeanetta. 

6 1883 12 Anna Rittcnliousc, b. November 21, 1827; 
m. Thomas Evans ; children : Thomas, 
Frank, Martin, PMwin, Anna ; res.. Lim- 
erick Square, Pa. 

6 1884 13 Rachel Rittcnliousc, b. October 2, 1829; m. 
Abraham Hunsicker; he died, in 1 890, 
at Collegeville, Pa. ; children : Newton, 
Annie, Lizzie, Alice, Susan, Abraham. 

6 1885 14 Sanincl R. Rittcnlioiisc, M. D., b. January 
16, 1832; m. Anna Maria Schaeffer on 
September 16, 1858; he is a practicing 
physician at Reading ; children : John, 
Jacob M. D., Annie and Hannah. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1458. 

SARAH RITTENHOUSP:^ (Reiner), of Susanna Det- 
weiler* (Rittenhouse), of Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Jacob^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 



238 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Faiiiily 

Gen. No. Xo. 

6 18S6 I Abraliaui RLiiu-i\\n.\ moved to New Jersey. 

6 1887 2 /%////> 7?<;v';/c7-, m. Mary Leclerach ; children: 

Alice and Mary. Quakertown, Pa. 

6 1 888 3 Martin Reiner, m. Elizabeth Zimmerman; 

two children. 

6 1889 4 Levi Reinei', m. Katie Kulp; five children. 

6 1890 5 Hannah Reiner, m. Samuel Buckwalter. 

6 1 89 1 6 Redeeea Reiner, n\. James Rambo ; she re- 

sides in Philadelphia. 

6 1892 7 David Reiner, m. Elizabeth Hendricks, Col- 

legeville. 

6 1893 8 Enieline Reiner, m. Martin Rittenhouse ; 

res., Germantovv'n, Philadelphia. 



CHIEDREN OF No. 1459. 

SUSANNA RITTENHOUSE5 (Nixon), of Susanna 
DETWEiLER't (Rittenhouse), of Maki.a Kolb^ (Detweiler), of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

6 1894 I Char/es Nixon, b. November 29, 1809. 

6 1895 2 Williaui R. Nixon, b. P\^bruary 6, 1 81 2; m. 

Mary Ann Stephens ; children : Amelia, 
Theodore, William, Cornelia, Kate S. 
and Sarah R., of Philadelphia. 

6 1896 3 Thomas Nixon, b. December 3, 181 5 ; m. 

Sarah Murphy ; children : Thomas, Su- 
sanna, Morris, Martin, Louise, Frank, 
William, Finlev and P^lizabeth. 



Gen 



, KULP FAMILY. 239 

ivi.lual Family 

N'o. No. 

6 1897 4 Martin Nixon, b. March 6, i8i8; d. June 
i6, 1888; m. Martha Brown on August, 
1839; had one child, Martha; then his 
wife died ; he married again to Alice 
Femour and had three children ; George, 
Alice, Martin. 

1898 5 Henry J/. Nixon, b. July 20, 1 820; d. July 
9, 1857 ; m. Mary Borie ; d. 1888 ; child- 
ren : Sue, Mary, Fannie, Henry and 
Cornelia. 

1899 6 Nicholas R. Nixon, b. October 15, 1822; m. 
Mary T. Strout June 14, 1848; res., 
Dayton, Ohio ; children : Charles, Wil- 
liam, Kate, Horace, Harry, Mildred and 
Clara. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1460. 

MARTIN D. RITTEN HOUSES, of Susanna Det- 
WEiLER-t (Rittenhouse), of Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler), of 

JaCOB^, of DILLMAN^ 

6 1900 I Amos Rittcniiousc, b. December 20, 1811 ; 

m. Nancy Wolf; children: Mary Ann, 
Caleb, Joseph, Jesse; near Berwick, Pa. 

6 1 90 1 2 [F////V^/// 7v//A7///^w.iY, b. September 26, 181 2 ; 

died young. 

6 1902 3 Ann RittcnJionsc, b. March 7, 18 14; m. Wil- 

liam Wolf, Esq. ; he was Commissioner 
of Luzerne county, Pa., during the years 
1866, 1867 and 1868; children: Martin, 
Elemina, Andrew, Stephen ; Rock Glen, 
Pa. 



240 KULP FAMILY. 

luiUvidual Familv 
Gen. Xo. Xo. ' 

6 1903 4 Sarah RittcuJioiisc, b. July 26, 1 8 16; m. 

Jesse Johnson ; children : Martin, John, 
Nicholas, Newton and Emma ; Berwick, 
Pa. 

6 1904 5 Phcbc Rittc/i/ioHsc, b. September 15, 1818; 
m. John Hauze ; children : George, 
Amelia, Lydia, Abraham, Amos, Susie, 
Haimah. James and Ella. 

6 1905 6 AUchoIas RittaihoiiSi\h. March 16, 1S22; d. 

single, aged 35 years. 

6 1906 7 i^Z/.c-^/'r/'// /v///^7///cv/.s7\ b. September 23, 1825 ; 
died in childhood. 

6 1907 8 Mary Rittoilioiisc, b. October 11, 1827; m. 

Elias Smith August 16, 1855 ! children: 
Amelia, Sadie and Phebe ; Rock Glen. 

6 190S 9 Susanna Rittoiliousch. F^ebruary 15, 1830; 
m. William Shellhammer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1500. 
ISAAC KOL]y\ of Ls.\.\c5, of J.\coB^ of Is.a.ac^, of J.\cob^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

7 1909 I Henry Kolb, b. April 22, 1830; d. October 

23, 1854. 

7 1910 2 J/^?n' AW/;, b. about 1833; d. in 1836. 

7 191 1 3 Catharine AW/;, b. November 28, 1836; m. 

Michael B. Bergey August 27, 1859; 
hosiery manufacturer; Mennonites; 
Souderton, Pa.; children: Henry, 
Marv, Michael, Rufus, Katie. 



KULP FAMILY. 24 1 

CHILDREN OF No. 1501. 

P:LIZABETH KOLB^ (Rickart), of Lsaac^, of JACOH^ of 
Isaacs of Jacob^, of Dillman^ 

Individual Family 

No. No. 

191 2 I Isaac Rickart, b. April 7, 1819; m. Annie 

G. Stauffer January 9, 1858; farmer; 
Mennonites ; children : Anna, Lizzie, 
Daniel, Amanda, Sarah ; res., Bucks 
county, Pa. 

7 19 1 3 2 Jacob K. Rickart, b. February 10, 1821 ; m. 

Mary M. Newhard June 28, 1847; d. 
January 26, 1858; children: Hiram, 
Daniel ; married his second wife, Eliza 
A. Hoffman, August 18, 1859; farmer. 

7 1 9 14 3 Daniel K. Rickart, b. September 15, 1825; 
m. Hannah Meyers; farmer; Mennon- 
ites ; children : Aaron, Elizabeth, Lydia, 
Sophia, Susanna and Catharine. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1502. 
ESTHER KOLB^ (Letherman), of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of 

ISAAC3, of JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN^ 

7 1915 I Infant, h. 1822; d. in infancy. 

7 1916 2 Alary LctJicrnian, b. July 10, 1823; d. No- 

vember 17, 1853, in Ohio; was married 
to Samuel Flager May 9, 1844; farmer; 
Mennonites ; one son ; died in infancy ; 
Bucks county, Pa. 



242 KULP FAMILY. 



Gen. 



7 191 7 3 Aaron Lctlicrinan, b. August 2, 1825 ; m. 

Susan Drissel ; children : Esther, an in- 
fant, died, and John D. ; Bucks county, 
Pa. 

7 1918 4 Isaac Lctlicnnan, b. October 21, 1827; m. 

Rachel Shaum October 26, 1848; she 
was born March 24, 1831 ; died July 6, 
1889, in Elkhart county, Ind. ; farmer; 
Mennonites ; children : Sarah, Esther, 
Benjamin, Joseph, Enos, Samantha, 
Anise, Henry, Irwin, Maggie, William, 
Lewis, Reuben, Dora. 



CHILDREN OF No. 15021^. 

GERTRUDE KOLB^ (Mean.s), of Lsaacs, of Jacoc^, of 
IsAAc3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 1919 I Henry Means, b. May 8, 1836; d. August 

31. ^'^n- 

7 1920 2 JSIary Means, h. hxigw^t 31, 1837; m. Enos 
F. Geil ; children : Amand Geil, Sarah 
M. Geil, Anna M. Geil; Bucks county. 
Pa. 

7 1921 3 Levi Means, b. October 23, 1838; m. Wil- 

helmina Carver May 26, 1859 ; she died ; 
left one child, Maggie ; Levi married for 
his second wife Elizabeth King, January 
18, 1861 ; she died; left children: Mary 
Isaac, Ida, Levi ; married for his third 



KULP FAMILY. 243 

Individual P'auillv 

Gen. No. No. ' 

7 1 92 1 3 wife Anna Eliza Rosenberger, in No- 

vember, 1875 ; re.s., Blooming Glen, Pa. 

7 1922 4 Isaac Di-issci, b. May 27, 1846. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1503. 

DILLMAN KOLB^ of Isaacs, of JACOB^ of Isaacs, of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 1923 I Jacob R. Kolb, b. March 14, 1831 ; married. 

7 1923^ 2 Isaac R. Ko/b, b. December 4, 1832; m. 
Mary Oberholzer October 4, 1857; 
farmer ; dealer in feed, etc. ; Mennonites ; 
children : Catharine, Chri.stine, Dillman, 
Mary, Elamina, Esther ; Lan.sdale, Pa. 

7 1924 3 Alary All?! KoIb,h. June 12, 1834; m. Henry 

M. Kolb ; one child, Lsaac K. Kolb ; 
Hatfield, Pa. 

7 1925 4 Cat/iariiic Kolb, b. April 13, 1836; d. Au- 
gust 12, 1878; m. Samuel G. Leidy ; 
harnessmaker ; children: Mary and 
Lydia. 

7 1926 5 Elizabctli Kolb, b. June 28, 1848; d. April 

22, 1885 ; m. Charles E. Ball. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1505. 

VERONICA KOLB^ (Detweiler), of Isaacs, of Jacobs 
of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 1927 I Isaac Dctii'cilcr, died in infancy; only child 

by first husband. 



244 KULP FAMILY. 

Children by second marriage with John Frick : 

Individual Kamilv 

Gen. No. Xo. 

7 1928 2 Maiy Frick, b. December 12, 1835 ; m. Rev. 

Henry Rosenberger ; children ; John, 
Abraham, Frany. Kate, Sarah, William, 
Henry ; Hatfield, Pa. 

7 1929 3 Francis K. Frick, b. February 7, 1837; m. 
Susan Kulp January i860; he died May 
3, 1866; farmer; Mennonites ; left one 
child. Lizzie Frick, b. August 2, 1859; 
m. William M. Souder October 23, 1880 ; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Sevilla 
and Harvey ; res., Franconia, Pa. 

7 1930 4 JoJui K. Frick, b. July 9, 1839; m. Lydia 

H. Crouthamel June 28, 1863; farmer; 
Dunkards ; children : Allen, Francis, 
Elmer, Clayton, John, Eva ; Hatfield, Pa. 

7 193 1 5 Amanda Frick, b. April 4, 1841 ; m. Samuel 

S. Kolb October 30, 1858 ; farmer ; Men- 
nonites ; children : Fannie, Lizzie, Allen, 
Amanda, John ; res., Franconia, Pa. 

7 193 1 /<3 6 Aron K. Frick, b. November 25, 1842; m, 
Susan Godshall ; res., Philadelphia. 

7 1932 7 Emma F. Frick, b. December 31, 1844; m. 

Joseph R. Bergey October 24, 1 863 ; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Horace, 
Mary, Kate. 

7 1933 8 Kate Frick, b. March 9, 1847; "^- Henry 

C. Delp October 12, 1867; farmer; 
Mennonites ; children : Jennie, Ellie, 
Kate ; res., Harleysville, Pa. 

7 1934 9 Mati/da Jane Frick, b. October 8, 1849; "^• 
John Erney September 11, 1869; child- 
ren : Ervin, Oscar. 



KULP FAMILY. 245 

CHILDREN OF No. 1506. 

MOSES KULP^ of Isaacs, of Jacob*, of Isaacs, of 
Jacobs of Dillman'. 

luilivi.lual Faniilv 

Gen. Xo. Xo." 

7 1935 I John M. Kitlp. 

7 a 2 Elizabeth Kulp, died single. 

7 b 3 Veronica Kulp, m. Henry Kolb ; no issue. 

7 1935/^' 4 Anna Kulp, b. December 13, 1841 ; d. 
March 11, 1875; m. Rudolph Moyer 
December 25, 1862; she died March 11, 
1875 ; he married for his second wife 
Mary Ann Kolb, October 31, 1875; 
children, all by first wife : Emma, Allen, 
Elizabeth, Ellen, Leidy. 

7 1936 5 Mary Ann Kulp, b. September 14, 1843 ; m. 
Rudolph Moyer. 

7 1937 6 Amanda Kulp, m. Christian M. Heckman. 

7 1938 7 Isaac Kulp, died in infancy. 

All born in Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1507. 
JACOB KULP^ of John Kolb^, of J.\coB^ of Isaacs, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMANi. 

7 1939 I Barbara Kulp, b. January 29, 1807 ; d. June 

7, 1834; m. Isaac Kulp, b. January 20, 
1804 ; d. June 14, 1882 ; children : Jacob, 
Catharine. Isaac married for his second 
wife Barbara (Bair) Brenneman, Febru- 
ary 30, 1835; she died in September, 
(K. F.— 17.) 



246 KULP FAMILY. 

Iudi\-idual Faniilj 

Gen. Xo. No. 

7 1939 I 1854; children : Abraham, Joseph, Mary, 

Margaret, Lydia, Sophia. Isaac married 
a third time to Sarah Schneider in 1857. 
He moved to Ohio in 1831, and to St. 
Joseph county, Ind., in May, 1852. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1509. 

SARAH KOLB^ (Meyer), of Johns, of Jacob*, of Isaacs, 
of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 1940 I Hcni-y K. Meyers, b. in 1817; m. Barbara 

Kratz in 1842, b. in 1821 ; farmer; Men- 
nonites ; children: Levi, Huldah, Elias ; 
of Bucks county, Pa. 

7 1 94 1 2 Barbara Meyers, b. in 1818; Mennonite ; 

unmarried. 

7 1942 3 Anna Myers, b. in 1825 ; d. ; m. Isaac Fretz, 

b. in 1828; d. 1885; was married in 
1854; farmer ; Mennonites ; children : 
Jonas, Elias, Sarah, Mary ; of Bucks 
countv. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 151 1. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Godshall), of Jacobs, of Jacob*, 
of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 1943 I CatJiariiie Godshall, h. dihoui 18 19; d., aged 

18 years. 

7 1944 2 Maria Godshall, h. February 3, 1820; d. in 
1887 ; m. David Haldeman June 2, 1842 ; 
he died about 1873; moved to Elkhart 



KULP FAMILY. 247 

Individual Familv 

Gen. No. No. 

7 • 1944 2 count}', Indiana, in 1848; Mennonites ; 

children : Jacob, Jo.seph, Susanna, Eliza- 
beth, John, Sarah, Isaac and Rachel. 

7 1945 3 Hoiry Godshall, b. in 1822; m. Catharine 

Bergey in 1 845 ; farmer ; had two child- 
ren ; both died in infancy. 

7 1946 4 Samuci GodsJiall, b. October 29, 1825; m. 

Rebecca Kohli Jul)- i, 1858; farmer; 
' Mennonites ; children : Sarah, Anna, 

John, James; of Bucks county, Pa. 

7 1947 5 Jacob Godsliall, b. February 29, 182S; d. 

June 20, 18S7; m. Margaret Long May 
21, 1853; s'''c ^^'^s born August 11, 
1828; moved to Elkhart county, Ind. ; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Eliza- 
beth, John, William, Andrew, Reuben. 

7 1948 6 Sarah Godshall, b. April 12, 183 1 ; d. in 

1884; m. Jacob Brenneman June 23, 
1850, b. April 13, 1825; Mennonites; 
children : Andrew, Elizabeth, John, Sus- 
anna, Lydia, Mary, Benjamin, Sophia, 
Salome, Peter, Cornelius. 

7 1949 7 Isaac Godsha/I, b. March 15, 1835; m. 
Mary Sterner October 24, 1858; farmer ; 
Baptist ; children : Mary, George, Ma- 
tilda, John, Joseph, Sarah, Anna, Ina, 
Dora, William. 

7 1950 8 Abraham Godshall, twin to Isaac ; b. March 
15, 1835 ; d., aged nine )'ears. 

7 195 1 9 ElizabctJi Godshall^h. K\ix\\ 27, 1838; d. in 

July, 1870; m. John J. Kendle ; he was 
b. July 17, 1838; d. January 23, 1 880; 



248 KULP FAMILY. 



Gen. 



ily 



7 195 1 9 children: Rachel, Andrew, Benjamin, 

John, Sophia and Emanuel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 15 13. 

CATHARINE KOLB<^ (Landi.s), of Jacobs, of Jacob^, 
of Isaacs of Jacod^, of DILLMAX^ 

7 1952 I Noali Laiidis, b. December 29, 1826; m. 

Barbara Moleba.sh about 1849; moved 
to Elkhart county, Ind. In 1862 he 
enlisted in the army, and died in the 
hospital at Gallatin, Tenn., in 1863; 
children : John, Catharine, P^lizabeth, 
Lucinda, Jerome. 

7 1953 2 AlpJiciis La)idis,h. December 25, 1830; m. 

Barbara Miller August 18, 1850; she 
was born January 31, 1831 ; farmer; 
McPhcrson county, Kansas ; Mennon- 
ites ; children : Benjamin, Elizabeth, 
Joseph, Aaron, Rachel, Catharine, Wil- 
liam, Charles, Fannie, Reuben. 

7 1954 3 Elizabctli A. Laiuiis, b. November 15, 1833; 
Mennonite ; unmarried. 

7 1C)^4}2 4 7?c?r//r/Zc?;/<//5, b. November 18, 1839 ; Men- 
nonite ; unmarried. 

7 1955 5 Tobias Landis, b. April 14, 1846; m. Mag- 

dalena Messer February 10, 1869; she 
was born in Ohio ; res., in Holmes 
county, Ohio ; children : Oliver, Samuel, 
Salome, Aurelia and Harry. 



KULP FAMILY. 249 

CHILDREN OF No. 15 14. 
ISAAC KULP^ of Jacobs, of JACOB^ of Isaac^, of 

JaCOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

Individual Family 

GeQ. No. No. 

7 1956 I Jacob W. Kiilp, b. April 12, 1831 ; m. Eliza- 

beth Gill December 28, 1864; she was 
born December 6, 1844; he cut his knee 
while out hunting rabbits, when fifteen 
years old, and caught cold in the wound, 
and has been a cripple ever since ; Men- 
nonites ; children : Harriet, Margaret, 
Levi, Nancy, Cornelius, Sarah, Noah. 

7 1957 2 CatJiar'mc Kiilp, b. March 21, 1833; m. 

Jacob Haldeman June 28, 1863; he was 
born March 23, 1843; ^^ was drafted 
and served nine months in the army ; 
while in ser\'ice he became deaf, for 
which he receives pension from the 
Government of twenty-two dollars a 
month ; res., near Osceola, Ind. ; Men- 
nonites ; children : Isaac, Sarah, An- 
drew, Mary, William. 

7 1958 3 Abraham A"////, b. July 31, 1836; m. Eliza- 

beth Noffzinger April 12, i860; she was 
b. November 30, 1834; d. March 25, 
18S3; carpenter and farmer; res., Elk- 
hart, Ind. ; Mennonites ; children : Sarah, 
Charles, Elmer, Antha. 

7 1959 4 y.'^.sv//' A'////, b. March 14, 1838 ; m. Susanna 
Hunsberger; farmer at Milbrook, Mich. ; 
Mennonites ; children : Esther, Isaac, 
Samuel, Thomas, Susanna, Joseph. 

7 i960 5 ilTaiy Kiilp, b. February 18, 1840; m. Dan- 
iel Gill, b. September 19, 1842, near Phil- 



250 KULP FAMILY. 

Iudi\i'iiuil Familv 

Gen. No. Xo. " 

7 i960 5 adelphia ; he is a section hand on Lake 

Shore Raih'oad ; children : Frank, Alice, 
Charles. 

7 1 96 1 6 Margaret Kiilp, b. August i, 1841 ; Men- 

nonite ; one child, Ellen Jones. 

7 1962 7 Lydia Kiilp, b. September 16, 1843; d. Oc- 

tober 12, 1889; m. John J. Long; he 
died about 1869; carpenter; Mennon- 
ites ; children: Clara, Francis, infant; 
she married for her second husband B. 
F. Nusbaum, in 1881. 

7 1963 8 Sop/iia Kiiip, b. May 15, 1846; m. Freder- 

ick, Hagcr June 24, 1866; born in Ba- 
varia on the Rhine, Germany, May 3, 
1836; farmer, near Osceola, Ind. ; Men- 
nonites ; children : Julius, William, Mar- 
garet, Isaac, Ida, Harry, Pearly, Harvey, 
Andrew. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1515. 
HENRY KULP^ of Jacoip, of JACOB^ of Isaac3, of 

JACOB^ of DlLLMAN'. 

1 Jacob Kiilp, b. in Holmes county, Ohio, De- 
cember I 5, 1833.' 

2 Isaac Knip, b. in Holmes county, Ohio, No- 
vember I, 1835. 

3 Susanna Knlp, b. April 15, 1838; died. 

4 Jolin Knlp, b. in Holmes county, Ohio, 

March 5, i 839. 

7 1968 5 LciK.'is Kulp, b. February 22. 1841 ; died. 



7 


1964 


7 


1965 


7 


1966 


7 


1967 



KULP FAMILY. 2$l 



Individual 



7 


1971 


7 


1972 


7 


1973 



Gen. No. No. 

7 1969 6 Aaron Kit//?,h. ]cU\ua.ry 21, 1842; died. 

7 1970 7 Anna Knlp,h. February 28, 1843; d. June 
25, 1883. 

8 Rachel Kulp, b. January 26, 1845 ; died. 

9 Elizabeth Kulp, b. February 11, 1846; died. 

10 Sarah Kulp, b. in Holme.s county, Ohio, 
February 29, 1847. 

7 [974 II Peter Kulp, b. in Holmes county, Ohio, Oc- 
tober 15, 1849 ; m. Sarah Egleson March 
14, 1872; she was born in 1848; farmer 
in Holmes county, Ohio ; Mennonites ; 
children : Louisa, Susie, Fannie, Henry, 
Aaron, Sarah, Alvin, Eda. 

7 1975 12 Gertrude Kulp, b. in Holmes county, Ohio, 
June 20, 1854. 

7 1976 13 Lydia Kulp, b. in Holmes county, Ohio, 
September 14, 1856; m. Christian Wise 
January I, 1888; one child, Henry. 

7 1977 14 Tobias Kidp, b. in Holmes county, Ohio, 
April 17, 1862; m. Mary Catharine 
Silvius in 1889; she was born October 
12. \\ 



CHILDREN OF No. 15 16. 

GERTRUDE KULP^ (Seese), of Jacobs, of JACOB^ of 
IsAAc3, of Jacob^", of Dillman'. 

7 1978 I Joseph IV. Seese, h. December 14, 1840; m. 

Nancy Jane Morris November 15, 1865 ; 
in 1 87 1 they moved to Grand Rapids, 



252 KULP FAMILY. 

luiiividual Family 



Gen. 



7 1978 I Mich., where .she died July 15, 1873; in 

early life Mr. Seese was a .school teacher ; 
children : Minneola, Arlington, Joseph 
M. ; for his second wife, Esther Kline, 
December 31, 1879; children: Georgi- 
ana, Ophelia. 

7 1979 2 CatJiarinc Ann Sccsc, b. May 25, 1845 ; 
Mennonite ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 15 17. 
ANN KULP^ (Seese), of J.AcoiiS, of J.acc^b^, of Isaacs, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 1980 I Albert Sccsc, b. in Ohio September 7, 1846; 
m. Mary Radei^; children : Benjamin, 
Jerome, Hattie, Miner, Minerva, Verna, 
Nellie, Melvin. 

7 1 98 1 2 Jacob Sccsc, died in infancy. 

7 1982 3 Abraliain Sccsc, h. in Ohio May 31, 1850; 

m. Mary Hunsberger February i, 1874; 

she was born July 23, 1856; German 

.Baptists; children: John, William, Ira, 

Harve}'. 

7 1983 4 Mary Ann Sccsc, h. in Ohio October 12, 
1853; m. Henry Hunsicker; he died in 
1887; children: Rudy, Rosey, Robert, 
Walter, Rolla, Harry. 

5 Lczl'is Sccsc, h. in Ohio, April 4, 1855; m. 
Sarah Elizabeth Doty ; she died April 
II, 1880, without issue; Lewis married 
for his second wife Mary Hoo\-er, March 



KULP FAMILY. 253 

6, 1881 ; she was born October 8, 1856; 
German Baptist ; children : Bertha, Aus- 
tin, Blanche, Lavina. 



CHILDREN OF No. 15 18. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Gehman), of Abrahams, of 
Jacob'^, of Isaacs of JAC0B^ of Dillman'. 

7 1984 I Abraham Gclnuan, b. November 20, 1819; 

m. Hannah Moyer December 20, 1846; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Samuel, 
John, Elizabeth, Anna, Sarah, Catharine, 
Hannah. 

7 1985 2 Cliristiaii Gcinnaii, b. January 5, 1823; m. 

Anna Moyer about 1843; shoemaker; 
Mennonites ; children : Samuel, Sarah, 
Abraham, Elizabeth, Joseph, Isaac, 
Christian, Isaiah, Anna. 



CHILDREN OF No. 15 19. 

ABRAHAM KOLB^ of Abrahams, of JACOB^ of Isa.ac3, 
of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 1986 I Sarah Kiilp, b. September 3, 1838 ; m. Levi 

Strohme March 23, 1861 ; carpenter; 
Mennonites ; children : Abraham, Dan- 
iel, Jacob, Katie, Lizzie, Mary, Isaac, 
John, Sallie, Levi, Hannah and Emma. 

7 1987 2 ElizabctJi Kulp, b. in 1741 ; died in 1871 ; 

unmarried ; Mennonite. 



254 KULP FAMILY. 

luflivi'lual Family 
Gen. So. Xo. 

7 1988 3 Catharine S. Kiilp, b. June 24, 1842; m. 

John H. Kolb, b. October 28, 1840; 
farmer in Hilltown, Bucks county, Pa.; 
children : Jacob, Abraham, SaUie, Mary, 
John. 

7 19S9 4 Jacob S. Kiilp, b. in 1845 ; m. Elizabeth 
Kolb in 1869; farmer; Mennonite.s ; 
children : Catharine, Henry, Abraham, 
Sarah, Jacob ; in Bucks county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1520. 

ANNA KULP^ (Oberholzer), of Abrahams, of Jacob^ 
of I.SAAC3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 1990 I Jacob K. Oberhoirjcr, b. September 14, 1826; 

m. Hannah Baum November 25, 1849; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; he was chosen a 
deacon in the Mennonite church at Deep 
Run November i, 1859; children: Mar- 
tin, Hetty, Anna, Sallie, Joseph, Katie, 
Jacob. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1521. 

JACOB KULP^ of Abrahams, of Jacob^ of Isaac?, of 
J.\c()B^ of Dillman'. 

7 1 99 1 I Elizabctli Knlp, b. June 7, 1830; d. Decem- 

ber 21, 1864 ; single. 

7 1992 2 Abraham M. Kulp, b. May 13, 1838; m. 

Elmira B. Slifer, of Steinsburgh, Pa., Oc- 
tober 27, i860; farmer; Mennonites; 
children : Harvey, Mary, Jacob, Willis, 
Lizzie, Ella, Abraham, Carrie. 



KULP FAMILY. 255 

CHILDREN OF No. 1522. 
JOHN H. KULP^ of Abraham^, of Jacob^ of Isaacs, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

Inrliviilual Family 

Gen. .\.j. Xo. 

7 1993 I PJiilip S. Kiilp, b. July 27, 1845 ; m. Sophia 

D. Bishop December 19, 1868; farmer; 
no issue ; of Franconia, Pa. 

7 1994 2 Sarah S. Kiilp, b. December 4, 1846; m. 
Benjamin C. Kratz November 30, 1867; 
farmer; Franconia township, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa. ; Mennonites ; children : 
Ulysses K. Kratz, Katie K. Kratz, John 
K. Kratz, Abraham K. Kratz and Sallie 
K. Kratz. 

7 1995 3 Ajina S. Kiilp, b. January 18, 1850; m. 

Abraham H. Rosenberger, b. May 29, 
1838; children: John, Ervin, Sallie, 
Katie, Anna, Carrie. , 

7 1996 4 ElizabctJi S. Kulp.h. October 18, 1854; m. 
Daniel C. Kratz, of Salford, Montgom- 
ery county. Pa., September 2, 1876; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Harvey, 
Katie. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1523. 

DAVID H. KULP^ of Abrahams, of Jacob^, of Isaacs, 
of Jacob^, of Dillmax'. 

7 1997 I Samuel D. Knlp, b. 'August 4, 1849; ^^~ 

married. 

7 1998 2 Sarah Ann D. Kiilp, b. April 2, 1851 ; m. 

Jacob H. Kolb, b. September 13. 1855 ; 



256 KULP FAMILY. 

ILldi^■idllal Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 1998 2 farmer; Mennonites ; children: Harvey, 

David, Katie ; of Bucks county, Pa. 

7 '999 3 J'-^'^'- D- ^'^^'^P, b. October 25, 1852 ; d. Sep- 

tember 21, 1853. 



CHILDREN OF. No. 1524. 
BARBARA KOLB^ (Moycr), of Abrahams, of Jacob^, 

of ISAAC3, of JaCOB^, of DILLMAN^ 

7 2000 I Sarah K. Mover, b. September 17, 1841 ; m. 

Mahlon Meyer, b. July 29, 1838 ; child- 
ren : Barbara, Eliza, Edward, Irwin. 

7 2001 2 ElirjabctJi Moycr, b. January 24, 1846; m. 

Mahlon Kooker January 15, i860; b. 
February 13, 1846; shoemaker; Men- 
nonites ; children : Sarah, Jacob. 

7 2002 3 Anna Mover, b. September 27, 1851; m. 

Christian I\Ie}-er ; Mennonites ; child- 
ren : Lizzie, Barbara and Sallie. 

7 2003 4 Marj Moycr, b. May 22, 1855 ; m. Samuel 
Landis ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1528. 
HENRY L. KULP^ of Dillmax^, of JACOB^ of Isaac3, 

of JaCOB^, of DILLMA^•^ 

7 2004 I Mary Knlp, b. March 29, 1836; m. Jacob 

Kolb, farmer ; children : Henry, Tillman, 
Amanda, Lizzie. 



KULP FAMILY. 257 



Indivi.hial Family 



(ien. 



7 2005 2 Dillman Kulp, b. August 12, 1839; died in 

infancy. 

7 ■ 2006 3 Hester Kulp, b. September 23, 1840; m. 

Joseph B. Fretz November 23, 1867; 
she died January 21, 1878; farmer; 
children : Sarah, Henry, Emma, Catha- 
rine, Harvey. 

7 2007 4 ElizabetJi Ku/p,h. May 19, 1848; m. Jacob 
S. Kolb, b. in 1 845 ; farmer ; Mennon- 
ites ; children : Catharine, Henry, Abra- 
ham, Sarah, Jacob. 

7 2008 5 Philip Kulp, b. December 25, 1850; died in 

infancy. 

7 2009 6 Sarah Ann Kulp, b. August 13, 1853; m. 
Eli S. Strouse January 19, 1878; Men- 
nonites ; children : Katie, Lizzie, Mary, 
Emma, Harry, Harvey, Annie. 

7 2010 7 Jacob H. Kulp, b. September 13, 1855; m. 
Sarah Ann D. Kolb January 11, 1879; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Harvey, 
David, Katie. 

7 201 1 8 Isaac H. Kulp, b. January 28, 1863; m. 

Mary Angeny, of Blooming Glen, Feb- 
ruary 19, 1887; Mennonites. 

All of Bucks county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1529. 

ANNA KULP^ (Angeny), of Dillman^, of Jacob^, of 
IsAAc3, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 



258 KULF FAMILY. 

Famil.v 

, ^ , " m. 



Gen. 



7 2012 I Hester Ajigoiy, b. December 14, 1833; 

Jacob Hockman October 15, 1859; car- 
penter ; children : Reuben and Annie. 

7 2013 2 Barbara Aiigcuy, b. May 28, 1835; m. 

Henry M. Kramer September 29, 1864; 
carpenter in Philadelphia ; children : 
Emma, William, Anna, Linford ; of 
Bucks count)', Pa. 

7 2014 3 Dilviaii Agcny, b. April 28, 1844; m. Vic- 
toria Grace Wickart June 17, 1886; 
salesman in i:^eneral store ; one child ; 
Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1530. 
JACOB KULP^ of Henrys, of Jacob^, of Isaacs, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2015 I Anna Kulp, b. September 22, 1838; m. 

Henry Smith May 4, 1867; Mennon- 
ites ; children : Mary, Lizzie, Harvey, 
Jacob, Henry. 

7 2016 2 JoJui H. Kiilp, b. October 28, 1840; m. 
Catharine S. Kolb March 16, 1867; res., 
Hilltown, Pa.; farmer; children: Jacob, 
Abraham, Sallie, Mary, John. 

7 2017 3 ]\'ro)tica Kiilp,h. ■shont 1843; died young. 

7 2018 4 Elizabeth Kulp, b. October 9, 1845; un- 
married. 



KULP FAMILY. 259 

CHILDREN OF No. 1531. 
ISAAC KULP^ of Henrys, of J.acob^, of Isaacs, of 

JaCOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 



lu.livi.luiU 



Gon. 



7 2019 I Henry J\I. Kiilp, b. May 11, 1S36; m. Mary 

Ann Kolb January 15, 1859; farmer; 
Mennonites ; one child, Isaac K. ; of 
Bucks county, Pa. 

7 2020 2 Elizabctli Kulp, b. February 5, 1842; m. 
John M. Hockman March 27, 1869; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Anna, 
Margaret, Mary, Isaac, John ; of Bucks 
count)-, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1532. 
JOSEPH KULP^ of Henrys, of Jacob^ of Isaacs, of 

JaCOB^ of DlLLMAN\ 

7 202 1 I Hoiry Kiilp, b. September 12, 1842; m. 

Susanna Hockman February 29, 1868; 
she \vas born May 26, 1 846 ; d. August 
9, 1872; Mennonites; one child, Lizzie; 
Henry married for his second wife Ve- 
ronica Kolb, May 10, 1873 ; two child- 
ren, John and Aaron, twins, b. February 
17, 1876; died in infancy. 

7. 2022 2 Catharine Knlp, b. October 2, 1843 ! d. aged 

nine j'ears. 

7 2023 3 A/ma Kiilp, b. August 8, 1846; m. Oliver 

Charles ; Mennonites ; children : Joseph 
and Charles. 



200 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. . Xo. 

7 2024 4 Euos Knlp, b. September 26, 1849; d. aged 
three years. 

7 2025 5 Aaron M. Kulp, b. October 21, 1853; m. 

Mary Kolb ; Mennonites ; no issue. 
All of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1534. 

ELIZABETH KULP^ (Angeny), of Henry^, of Jacob^ 
of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

7 2026 I Hoiry A>igciij',h. -dhoxxi id>42; d. in infancy. 

7 2 Jacob K. Angciiy,h. December 1 1, 1845 ; m. 

Catharine Shelly April 12, 1873 ; farmer; 
Mennonites ; children : Elizabeth, Henry, 
David, Jacob, Mary, Katie, Ann ; of 
Bucks county. Pa. 

7 2027 3 Anna Angeny, b. September i, 1850; m. 

Henry K. Detweiler February 28, 1874; 
farmer, near Blooming Glen ; Mennon- 
ites ; children : Samuel A., David, Mary, 
Elizabeth, Annie, Mary, Jacob, Emma. 

7 2028 4 Alary Angeny, b. April 18, 1857; m. Isaac 
H. Kulp, of Blooming Glen, February 
19, 1887; Mennonites. 



childrp:n of no. 1535. 

SAMUEL MUSSELMAN^ of Catharine Kolb^ (Mus- 
selman), of Jacob-*, of Is.\ac3, of Jacob^, of Dillmax'. 

7 2029 I Catharine Mnsselnian, b. September 22, 

1836; m. Joseph Krout, of New Britain, 



KULP FAMILY. 26l 

7 2029 I September 30, i860, b. September 20, 

1827; d. January 4, 1883; children: 
John, William, Samuel, Sallie, Adaline, 
Henry, Joseph, Catharine, Elizabeth, 

Annie. 

7 2030 2 Sara/i Miisscluiaii, h. October 28, 1838; m. 

Jacob Letherman, b. April 30, 1837; 
children : Samuel and John. 

7 2031 3 Joseph M. M2isscli}ian,h. February 19, 1841 ; 

m. Sarah Wolfinger January 4, 1862; 
she was born December 15, 1842 ; child- 
ren : Mary, Samuel, Sallie, Reuben, 
Henry. 

7 2032 4 Henry M. Mussclinan, b. August 8, 1844; 
m. Lavina Krout February 14, 1864, b. 
April 21, 1845; children: Philip, Mary, 
Joseph, Henry, Samuel ; of New Britain. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1536. 

ELIZABETH MUSSELMAN^ (Moyer), of Catharine 
Kolb5 (Musselman), of Jacob*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dill- 
man.' 

7 2033 I /;//(^r;// jTc;;/, still-born in 1846. 

7 2034 2 Simeon Moycr, b. December 18, 1848. 

7 2035 3 Barbara Moyer, h. November 30, 1850; m. 

Isaiah Brunner November 5, 1869; Men- 
nonites ; one child, Magdalena. 

7 2036 4 Christian Moyer, b. July 16, 1855 ; d. De- 
cember, 1869. 

(K. F.— iS.) 



262 KULP FAMILY. 

Iudi\idual Family 
Gen. Xo. Xo.' 

7 2037 5 Henry Moycr,h. December 6, 1856; d. Jan- 

uary, 1857. 

7 2038 6 Catharine J/<?j^7', b. September 4, 1858; d. 
February, 1870. 
All of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1537. 

JACOB K. MUSSELMAN^ of Catharine Kolbs (Mus- 
selman), of Jacob*, of Isaacs, of Jacob'', of Dillman'. 

7 2039 I Simon M. Mnssclvian, b. November 23, 

1845 ; m. Mary Geisinger November 16, 
1867; farmer; Mennonites ; children: 
Hannah, Mary, Katie, Jacob, Willie, 
Edward. 

7 2040 2 [JT/Z/Vr;// J///j-ir/wrt«, b. October 23, 1849 ; d. 
December 25, 1869. 

7 2041 3 Sarah Mnssclvian, b. April i, 1857; d. No- 

vember 23, 1857; of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1538. 

HENRY MUSSELMAN^ of Catharine Kolbs (Mus- 
selman), of Jacob*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2042 I CatJiarinc Mnssclvian. 

7 2043 2 Snsan Mnssclvian, of Bucks county, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 263 







CHILDREN OF 


No. 


1543- 










BENJAMIN KULP^ of Isaacs 


of LsAAC4, 


of v. 


SAAC3, 


of 


Jacob% of D 


ILLMAN'. 












Gen. 

7 


Iuiii\i.:lu;il 
No. 

2044 


Faniilv 
No. 

I Isaac Knlp. 












7 


2045 


2 Etios Kulp. 












7 


2046 


3 Si V ion Kulp. 












7 


2047 


4 Oliver Kulp. 












7 


2048 


5 Ann Kill p. 













All of Gwynedd, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1550. 

JESSE CASSEL^, of Catharine Kolbs (Cassel), of 
Isaac*, of Isaacs of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2049 ^ Elirjabcth Cassel, m. Jacob Swartley, son of 

Philip Swartley, of Franconia, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa.; he died about 1880; 
then she married John Kindig ; he died, 
and she married John Custer. 

7 2049^ 2 Ann Cassel, m. Abraham Delp ; had three 
children, Katie, Emanda and Samuel ; 
he died ; she married Noah Ruth, of 
Kulpsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1551. 

ISAAC CASSEL^ of Catharine Kolrs (Cassel), of 
Isaacs of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman^ 

7 2050 I Elica Cassel, m. Abraham Kolb, son of 



264 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen, No. Xo. 

7 2050 I Jacob Kolb, bishop of Towamencin 

township, Montgomery county, Pa. ; he 
is a deacon in the Mennonite congrega- 
tion at Hatfield ; farmer. 

7 2051 2 Lovina Casscl, m. Christian Cassel, son of 

Joseph Cassel ; resided near Kulpsville, 
Pa. ; his w ife died ; he married a second 
time to Mary Harley, and moved to 
Philadelphia. 

7 2052 3 Isaac R. Casscl, va. KwnxaVioyQx \ she died, 

leaving one child. 

Emma Verona Casscl, m. Abraham Benner. 

Isaac R. Casscl, m. again to Annie E. Ensley, 
and had the following children : 

1 Alma E. Casscl, b. 1879. 

2 Oliver E. Casscl, b. 1 88 1 ; deceased. 

3 Calvin E. Casscl, b. 1883. 

4 Martha E. Casscl, b. 1885. 



2oq 



5J 



Salome C^ 


assel, m. Jerome Ludwig ; 


children 


I 


Preston. 




2 


Irene. 




3 


George. 




4 


Allen. 




5 


Agnes. 




6 


Willie. 




7 


Earle. 




8 


Ammon. 




9 


Raymond. 




10 


Grace. 




1 1 


Sheridan. 





KULP FAMILY. 265 

CHILDREN OF No. 1552. 

ELI CASSEL^, of Catharine Kolbs (Cassel), of Isaac*, 
of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of DILLMAN^ 

luilividual Faniilv 

GfU. Xu. No. ' 

7 2054 I Ejios Cassel, m. Miss Erb. 

7 2055 2 Catharine Cassel. 

7 2056 3 Eli Cassel, m. Rebecca Dill. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1553. 

RACHEL CASSEL^ (Leidy), of Catharine Kolbs 
(Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of DILLMAN^ 

7 2057 I Catharine Ann Leidy, b. October 8, 1834; 

d. May 20, 1852. 

7 2058 2 Mary Leidy, b. May 20, 1836; m. Samuel 

Kinzer, b. October 15, 1833; farmer; 
res., Juniata county. Pa. 

7 2059 3 ii// ZcvV/j', b. February 13, 1840; d. October 
15, 1885 ; m. Katie Ann Bergey, daugh- 
ter of Christian Bergey, of Lederachs- 
ville. Pa. Mr. Leidy had been on a visit 
to his father in Juniata county. Pa., and 
took sick and died and is buried there. 
He was a cigarmaker ; she resides in 
Philadelphia. 

7 2060 4 Josiah Leidy, b. September 26, 1844; d. Oc- 
tober 31, 1885 ; m. Susan Watt, b. Sep- 
tember 16, 1844, of Juniata county. Pa. 

7 2061 5 Sarah Jane Leidy, b. June 14, 1853; '^• 

February 22, 1875. 



266 ■ KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1553a. 

CATHARINE CASSEL^ (Ratzel), of Catharine Kolbs 
(Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isa.\c3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

I^di^■idual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2062 I Anna Ratzcl, b. November 2, 1830; d. April 

12, 1852; m. Jacob K. Freed October 
20, 1850; carpenter and farmer; Men- 
nonite-s ; one son, Charles. 

7 2063 2 Charles Ratzel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1553b. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL^ (Keyser), of Catharine Kolbs 
(Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2064 I Sarah Kcyscr, m. Abraham Kolb, a deacon 

in the Mennonitc church at Skippack ; 
farmer. 

2 Mary Keyser, m. Charles Baringer. 

3 Magdalena Keyser, m. Abraham Kolb. 

4 Isaae Keyser, m. L\'dia Tyson. 

5 Sadie Keyser, deceased. 

6 Henry Keyser, deceased. 

7 Sisie Keyser, deceased. 



7 


2065 


7 


2066 


7 


2067 


7 


2068 


7 


2069 


7 


2070 



CHILDREN OF No. 1553c. 

ANN CASSEL^ (Kolb), of Catharine Kolbs (Cassel), 
of Isaac*, of Isaac3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2071 I Jaeob Kolb, m. Schneider; had one 

child, who died in infancy. 

7 2072 2 Jesse Kolb, died unmarried. 



KULP FAMILY. 26/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 1554. 

JOHN ALDERFER^ of Fredericks, of Elizabeth 
KoLB"* (Alderfer), of Isaac Kolb^, of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

mily 
No. 

1 J oil) I Alderfer. 

2 Frederick Alderfer ; had two or three daugh- 
ter.s. See 1554, individual number. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1555. 

JACOB ALDERFER^ of Frederick^ of Elizabeth 
Kolb4 (Alderfer), of Isaac3, of Jacob^ of DILLMAN^ 

7 2080 I Elizabeth Alderfer, m. Henry Bean ; res., 

Lower Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer. 

7 2081 2 Jacob Alderfer, died young, aged about 

eighteen years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1556. 

MOLLY ALDERFER^ (Hendricks), of Frederick^, 
of Elizabeth Koli;'* (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of JACOB^ of Dill- 
man'. 

7 2082 ^ I Benjamin Hendricks, b. October 26, 1821 ; 
m. December 31, 1843, to Susan Lether- 
man ; children : Mary, Jacob, John, Bar- 
bara, Minerva, Amanda, Sarah ; residing 
in Philadelphia, Pa. 

7 2083 2 Frederick Hendricks, unmarried. 



268 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2084 3 Jacob Hendricks, m. Annie Moyer ; he was 
accidentally killed by a fall from the over- 
head in his barn ; residing at Blooming 
Glenn, Pa. ; children : Maria, Lizzie, 
Hannah, Sarah Ann. 

7 2085 4 Joseph Hendricks, m. Mary Yakel ; res., 

Perkasie, Pa. ; one daughter, Emma, 
who married Tobias Bissey ; have one 
child, Stella May. 

7 2086 5 Abraham Hendricks, m. first, Lydia, and 
second, Nancy Hunsicker; res., Per- 
kasie, Pa. ; no issue. 

7 2087 6 Eli::abeth Hendricks, b. August 16, 1832; 
m. Amos Pcnnypacker, b. March 31, 
1826; m. May 18, 1850; children: John, 
Daniel, Mary, Susanna, Abraham, Wil- 
liam. 

7 2088 7 Hetty Ann Hendricks, m. Jacob Landis ; he 
died in 1894; children: Ephraim, Sam- 
uel, I^zra, Rosa, Lydia, George. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1557. 

SALLIE ALDERFER^ (Godshall), of Fredericks, of 
Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Lsaac^, of Jacob^, of Dill- 
man'. 

7 2089 I Fredei'ick Godshall, m. Barbara Ziegler ; res., 

Philadelphia. , 

7 2090 2 John Godshall, m. Nanc\' Benner ; res., Lans- 
dale, Pa. 

7 2091 3 Harry Godshall, M. D., m. P2mma Cope; 

res., Philadelphia; a practicing physician 
and druggist; died about 1880. 



KULP FAMILY. 269 

CHILDREN OF No. 1559. 

ELIZABETH ALDERFER^ (Fretz), of Isaac^, of 
Elizabeth Kolb'* (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob^ of Dill- 

MAN\ 

ludividual Familv 

Geu.' No. No. 

7 2092 I Barbara Frctz. 

7 2093 2 Ulary Frctrj, d. ; m. Christian Letherman ; 

had issue; res., DubHn, Pa. 

7 2094 3 Isaac Fret.':, b. in 1828; d. 1885; m. Anna 
Myers in 1854; res., Bedminsterville, 
Pa.; farmer; Mennonites ; children: 
Jonas, EHas, Sarah, Mary. 

7 2095 4 ElizahctJi Fretz, m. William Myers, of Dub- 

lin, Bucks county. Pa. 

5 Catharine Fretz, died unmarried. 

6 Hannah Fretz, m. Lewis Myers. 

7 Sara/i Fretz, m. John Oberholzer December 

19, 1S38. 

7 2099 8 Le-cu A. Fretz, d. May 17, 1885; m. Mary 
Oberholzer, Bedminster, Pa. ; children : 
Joseph, Uiy.vAc, Abraham, Mary. 



7 


2096 


7 


2097 


7 


2098 



CHILDREN OF No. 1560. 

CATHARINE ALDERFER^ (Landis), of Isaacs, of 
Elizabeth Kolb'* (Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dill- 
man\ 

7 2100 I Elizabeth Landis, b. September 10, 1822; 

m. Henry Fretz. 



270 KULP FAMILY. 

lurtividual Family 

Gen. Xo. Xo. 

7 2101 2 Mary Laiidis, b. November 23, 1825; m. 

Joseph Hagy ; Mennonites ; Franconia 
Square, Pa. 

7 2102 3 Anna Landis.h. February 2, 1828 ; d. March 

15, 1889; was married to John Goshow 
April 7, 1870; he died May 26, 1880; 
no issue. 

7 2103 4 Catharine Landis, b. October 7, 1830; m. 
Elias Freed October 18, 1853 ; Mennon- 
ites ; one child, Mary Anna Freed ; res., 
Franconia, Pa. 

7 2104 5 Sarah Landis, b. September 18, 1833; m. 
Joseph F. Meyers. 

7 2105 6 Abraham Landis, b. January 9, 1836; m. 

Susanna Meyers September 3, 1864; she 
died April 16, 1880; farmer; Mennon- 
ites. 

7 2106 7 Isaac Landis, b. December 20, 1838; m. 
Lydia Wismer October 17, 1863; form- 
er; Mennonites; children : Katie, Mary, 
Daniel, Lizzie; near Evansburg, Pa. 

7 2107 8 Daniel A. Landis, b. December 20, 1838; 

twin to Isaac; m. Catharine Ruth Janu- 
ary 12, 1867 ; farmer ; Mennonites ; Fran- 
conia, Pa. 

y 2108 9 Susanna Landis, b. August 23, 1842; un- 

married. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1561. 

ABRAHAM O. ALDERFER^ of Isaacs, of Elizabeth 
KoLB^ (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 



Gen. 


Indiviflual 
No, 


7 


2109 



KULP FAMILY. 2/1 

Faiidlv 
No. 

I Isaac Aldcrfcr, b. October 19, 1828 ; d. Feb- 
ruary 14, 1830. 

7 21 10 2 Rudolpli Aldcrfci , b. November 16, 1830; 
d. October 2, 1859; m. Catharine Bean 
September 17, 1853; farmer: children: 
Abraham, Jeremiah, Lizzie. 

7 21 1 1 3 AbraJiam Aldcrfcr.h. October 22, 1832; d. 

February 16, 1838. 

7 21 12 4 ElirjahctJi ^-J/c/^v/r/', b. January 29, 1838; m. 
Jacob H. Allebach in 1855; farmer; 
Harleysville, Pa. ; Mennonite.s ; child- 
ren : Mary and Romanus. 

7 21 13 5 Henry M. Aldcrfcr, b. February 26, 1839; 

m. Barbara H. Tyson March i, 1863; 
res., Collegeville, Pa. ; Mennonites ; no 
issue. 

7 21 14 6 Mary Aldcrfcr, b. January 26, 1841 ; m. 

Samuel K. Cassel January 20, 1866; 
farmer; Mennonites; res., Franconia, 
Pa. ; children : Lizzie, Rachel, Isaiah. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1562. 

HENRY O. ALDERFER^ of Isaac^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb4 (Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of DILLMAN^ 

7 21 15 I Isaac M. Alderfer, b. February 18, 1834; d. 

March 20, 1873; m. Catharine Souder 
October 29, 1859; farmer; Mennonites; 
Franconia, Pa. 

7 2 116 2 Abraliam M. Alderfer, b. November 29, 
1839; m. Mary C. Godshall November 
21, 1863; res., Telford, Pa.; feed, flour 
and hay. 



2/2 KULP FAMILY. 

ludivi.lual Family 

Gen. No. Xu. 

7 21 17 3 Barbara M. Aldcrfcr, b. December 7, 1850; 

d. March 28, 1888; m. Jacob Price De- 
cember 23, 1871 ; he died April 7, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1563. 

NANCY ALDERFER6 (Kolb), of Isaacs, of Elizabeth 
KoLB'* (Alderfer), of Isaac3, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 21 18 I ElizabctJi Kolb, b. December 29, 1825; m. 

Daniel K. Cassel, school teacher, author 
of the History of the Mennonites, on 
February 16, 1845. He was born April 
22, 1S20, near Schwenksville, Pa.; now 
residing in Philadelphia ; Mennonites. 

7 21 19 2 Mary Ko/b,h. January 28, 1828; m. Abra- 
ham K. Cas.sel, b. March 28, 1822; d. 
1892; Mennonites; Harleysville, Pa. 

7 2120 3 Susanna Kolb, b. April 7, 1830; m. John F. 
Wile, b. March 30, 1827; res., Harleys- 
ville, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

7 212 1 4 /Av/;;;' AW/;, b. October 20, 1834; d. young. 

7 2122 5 Katie AW/\ b. P\'bruary 7, 1837; d. young. 

7 2123 6 Jonas Kolb, b. March 28, 1839; m. Mary 
Swartley ; moved to Anderson county, 
Kansas ; farmer. 

7 2124 7 Jr7//m;// AW/;, b. August 16, 1841 ; m. Mag- 
gie Fleckenstcin, Ro}'ersford, Pa. 

7 2125 8 Samuii Kolb,h. November i, 1844; d. Au- 

gust 22. 1847. 





Individual 


GeD. 


No. 


7 


2126 



KULP FAMILY. 273 

Family 
No. 

9 Jacob A. Ko!b, b. April i, 1848; m. Sarah 
Delp ; she died ; he married a second 
time to Ehza Yoiiny ; j-es., Harleysville, 
Pa. 

2127 10 Sallic Kolb, b. August 26, 1832; d. Novem- 

ber 8, 1883; m. Rev. Josiah Clemmer, 
Franconia, Pa. ; Mennonites. He is a 
bishop in the Mennonite church at Fran- 
conia ; married a second time to Lydia 
Derstein. 

2128 II Annie Kolb, b. November 25, 1850; m. 

Isaac Delp, farmer ; Mennonites ; res., 
Mainland, Pa. ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1564. 

ISAAC O. ALDERFER^ of Isaacs, of Elizabeth 
KoLB'^ (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacobs of Dillman'. 

7 2129 I Isaac D. Alderfer, m. Susanna Landis ; 

farmer ; Mennonites ; res., Mainland, Pa. 

7 2130 2 George D. Alderfer, VL\.^-d.xy Q\Q.Yi\Q\-\'&\ res., 
near Harleysville, Pa. ; a justice-of-the- 
peace and conveyancer ; farmer. 

7 21 3 1 3 Susanna Alderfer, m. George R. Landis, 

deceased ; res., Philadelphia. 

7 2132 4 Ulary Ann Alderfer, m. Michael Oberholzer ; 
resided at Lederachsville, Pa. ; both de- 
ceased. 



274 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1568. 

BENJAMIN ALDERFER^ of Jacobs, of Elizabeth 
KoLB'* (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacoi'/, of Dillman'. 

Iu.iivi(iual Family 

Gea. No. No. 

7 2133 I Rcithcn Alderfer, m. a Miss Rosen- 

be rger ; mox-ed to Hilltown, Bucks 
count\-, Pa. ; farmer; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1572. 

JACOB F. ALDERFER^ of Jacobs, of Elizabeth 
KoLBt (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2134 I Jolui B. Alderfer, h. December 9, 1852; m. 

Lizzie Bean, daughter of Peter Bean ; 
have two children ; Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

7 2135 2 David B. Alderfer, b. March 9, 1855; un- 

married (1894). 

7 2136 3 Mary Ann Alderfer, h. February 28, 1857; 
m. Isaac O. Kratz ; res., Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; son of John A. Kratz ; 
have six children ; Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

7 2137 4 Caroline Alderfer, b. February 18, 1861 ; 
m. Jacob S. Alderfer, son of Jacob K. 
Alderfer ; have eight children ; Mont- 
gomery countw Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1586. 

ABRAHAM KOLB^ of Sarah Hunsickers (Kolb), of 
Jacob+, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dill- 

MAN^ 



KULP FAMILY. 2/5 



Gen. 



7 2139 I Sarah Koll\ b. September 3, 1838; m. Levi 

Strohme March 23, 1861 ; carpenter; 
Mennonites ; children : Abraham, Dan- 
iel, Jacob, Katie, Lizzie, Mary, Isaac, 
John, Sallie, Levi, Hannah, Emma; 
Bucks county. Pa. 

7 2140 2 ElizabctJi KoIb,h. 1841 ; d. 1871 ; Mennon- 
ite ; single. 

7 2 141 3 Catharijic S. Kolb, b. June 24, 1842; m. 

John H. Kolb, b. October 28, 1840; 
farmer; Mennonites; children: Jacob, 
Abraham, Sallie, Mary, John ; Bucks 
county. Pa. 

7 2142 4 Jacob S. Ko/b,h. 1845; m. P^lizabeth Kolb 
in 1869; farmer; Mennonites; children: 
Catharine, Henr}^ Abraham, Sarah, 
Jacob, Lsaac, Lizzie, Harvey, John, 
Samuel ; Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1598. 

ABRAHAM HUNSICKER^, of Isaacs, of Jacobs of 
Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2143 I /,J'rt'/(f^/////w/(f/('<:7',m. Abraham A. Hendricks'; 

she died, and A. A. Hendricks married 
her sister, Nancy Hunsicker, who was 
married before to Benjamin Eellman, 
who shortly afterwards died. 

7 2144 2 Nancy Hunsicker, m. Benjamin Fellman, 
who shortly afterwards died ; then 
Nancy married Abraham A. Hendricks. 

7 2145 3 Betsy Hunsicker, m. Esrey Moore. 



~7^ KULP FAMILY. 

InrlivWual Family 

Cxen. No. x^. 

7 2146 4 SaraJi Hunsickcr, m. William Renner. 

7 2147 5 Arr^rr /y////^7V/r/-, m. Polly Detweiler. 

7 2148 6 ^^^-w//^?;// //;/;/j>7Wvr, m. Annie Oberholzer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1618. 

HENRY KOLB^ of Barbara Hunsickers (Kolb), of 
Isaacs of Elizabeth Kolbs (Hunsicker), of JACOB^ of Dill- 



man'. 



7 2149 I Garret Kolb, m. Mary Freyer ; res., Lucon. 

Montgomery county, Pa. ; farmer. 

7 -2150 2 Mar V Kolb. 

7 2 1 5 I 3 Isaac Kolb, b. 1 830 ; m. Sue Landis in 1 856 ; 

entered into mercantile business in 1855 ; 
was chosen to the ministry of the Dunk- 
ard church in 1872; res., Gratersford, 
Pa. 

4 Magdalcna Kolb, res., Lucon, Pa. ; unmar- 
ried. 



21 ;2 



7 2153 5 Abraham Kolb, d. unmarried, aged 22 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1620 FROM 1428. 

ELIZABETH KOLB^ (Reiff), of Barbara Hunsickers 
(Kolb), of Isaacs of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob% 

of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2154 I William Rciff, b. January 22, 1819; m. 

Emily ]\Iiller, Philadelphia. 



KIJLP FAMILY. 2'J'J 

7 2155 2 Hciiry Rciff, b. February 6, 1821 ; d. Sep- 

tember II, 1H57; m. Mary Steiner ; res., 
Philadelphia. 

7 2156 3 /i^/;// A\7/f, b. September 14, 1822 ; m. Sarah 

Cassel. 

7 2157 4 /^cv//;' /'LiV/f", b. October 13, 1824. 

7 2158 5 J/f^^r;/ /v'tv"^, b. January 6, 1826; m. Daniel 

Cassel, b. August 9, 18 16; see No. 1428 ; 
res., Cedar, P. O., Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1621 FROM No. 1429. 

MOLLY KOLB^ (Moyer), of Barbara Hunsickers 
(Kolb), of Isaac-*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, 
of Dillman'. 

7 2159 I Samuel K. Moyer, h.Y^xw3.xy 18, 1827; d. 

December 8, 1855 ; single. 

7 2160 2 Mary K. Moyer, b. August lO, 1 828; m. 

P^lijah Stover February 5, 1852; Kulps- 
ville, Pa. 

7 2 161 3 Aim K. Moyer, b. December 17, 1829; m. 

Jacob M. Cassel .September 29, 1856; d. 
April 9, 1858. 

7 2162 4 Catharine K. Moyer, b. July 14, 1831 ; un- 

married. 

7 2163 5 ElizabetJi K. Moyer, b. June 8, 1833; un- 

married. 

7 2164 6 Barbara K. Moyer, b. May ii, 1835; m. 
Jesse Y. Heckler, Nebraska. 

(K. F.— 19.) 



278 KULP FAMILY. 

Iudi\idual Fainily 

Gea. No. No. 

7 2165 7 S^/S(7;i K. Moycr, b. January 31, 1837; m. 

John M. Harley. 

7 2166 8 Lydia K. Moycr, b. December 2, 1839; m. 
William G. Freed, Cedar, Pa. 

7 2167 9 Isaac K. Moycr, b. February 28, 1842; m. 

. Mary Jane Grater, Ev^ansburg, Pa. See 
No. 1429. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1623. 

JOHN KOLB^ of BARI5AKA Hunsickers (Kolb), of 
IsAAC^, of P^LIZABETH Kolb3 (Hun.sicker), of Jacob^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 2168 I Henry D. Kolb, b. June 2, 1838; d. P\^bru- 

ary 23, 1888, aged 49 years, 8 months, 
21 days ; m. Matilda Johnson ; see 1431 ; 
children: I'Lllcn, Mary; res., Lucon, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1626. 

JOHN KOLB^ of Hannah IIun.sickers (Kolb), of 
IsAAc4, of Elizabeth K0L153 (1 lunsicker), of Jacob^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

1 Sarah Kolb, m. Philip P'enstermacher. 

2 Daiiiil Kolb. 

3 Hannah Kolb, m. Andrew Kreider. 

4 Alary Kolb. 

5 Katie Kolb. 



7 


2188 


7 


2189 


7 


2190 


7 


2191 


7 


2192 



KULP FAMILY. 279 



Gen. 



7 2193 6 Jacob Kolb, m. Miss Hershey. 

7 2194 7 Isaac Kolb, m. Miss Hershey. 

All of Lancaster county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1627. 

JACOB KOLB^ of Hannah Hunsickers (Kolb), of 
IsAAC^ of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of 

DlLLMAN^ 

1 JoJui Kolb, m. Sarah Landis ; he died. 

2 Betsy Kolb, m. Abraham Moyer, Franconia, 
Pa. 

3 HaiinaJi Kolb, m. Jacob Nice, Franconia, Pa. 

4 Abraham Kolb, went West. 

5 Mary Kolb, m. Jacob Stauffer ; she died: 
then he married Sarah Kolb, ncc Landis, 
the widow of John Kolb, of Franconia, 
Pa. 



7 


2195 


7 


2196 


7 


2197 


7 


2198 


7 


2199 



CHILDREN OF No. 1628. 

ABRAHAM KOLB^ of Hannah Hunsickers (Kolb), 
of Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of 

DILLMAN^ 

7 2200 I I\Iary Kolb, died young. 

7 2201 2 Bciijaniiii Kolb, died single, aged 21 years. 

7 2202 3 Abraham Kolb, m. Malinda Reiff; he died, 

aged 40 years. 

All of Salfordville, Pa. 



280 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1629. 

Henry Kolb^, of Hannah Hunsickers (Kolb), of Isaac*, 
of Elizabeth Kolrs (Hunsicker), of Jacob^", of Dillman". 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2203 I Rebecca Kolb, b. December 14, 1832; m. 

Henry S. Roshong, b. 1831. 

7 2204 2 HaiDiali Kolb, b. September 27, 1834; m. 
John Kemmerer, 1851; he was born 
October 2, 1826; Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

7 2205 3 Mary Kolb, b. May 25, 1837; d. May 25, 

1 88 1, aged 44 years; was married to 
Solomon K. Grimly, Esq., of Schwenks- 
ville, Pa., son of Isaac and Molly (Keely) 
Grimly; was born January 27, 1824, and 
married February 9, 1856. 

7 2206 4 Elirjabcth Kolb, b. May 3, 1839; m. Ben- 
jamin K. Grimly, b. April 12, 1827, and 
died September 5, 1893; Springmount, 
Pa. 

7 2207 5 Bcncvillc II. Kolb, b. March 21, 1846; d. 

April 21, 1893; m. Emeline Godshall 
December 6, 1870; she was born March 
25, 1849 ; Montgomery county. Pa., near 
ZieglersV'ille, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1630. 

NANCY KOLB^ (Landi.s), of H.vnnah Hunsickers 
(Kolb), of IsAAC^ of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ 
of Dillman'. 

7 2208 I Isaac Landis, m. Peggy Bechtel ; res., near 

Harleysville, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 201 

7 2209 2 Hannah Laiidis, m. Henry Gehman, Fran- 

conia, Pa. 

7 2210 3 Katie Landis, m. Isaac Gehman, Franconia, 
Pa. 

7 22 1 1 4 AbraJiaui Landis, m. Mary Moyer, Fran- 

conia Square, Pa. 

7 2212 5 Henry Landis, m. Eliza Young; d. April 

28, 1891. 

7 2213 6 ]\Tar_v La ndis, u\\\wd.rncd. 



CHILDREN OF No. 163 1. 

ISAAC KOLB^ of Hann.ah Hunsickers (Kolb), of 
Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of 

DlLLMAN\ 

7 2214 I HannaJi Koll\ m. William Godshall, shoe- 

makx-r ; children : Susie, Isaac ; Skip- 
pack, Pa. 

7 2215 2 JoJin Kolb, miller; m. Sarah Ziegler ; child- 

ren : Mary, John, Sallie ; Skippack, Pa. 

7 2216 3 Betsy Kolb, m. PLlias Lichtel ; children: 
Isaac, Mary, Benjamin, Albert, John ; 
Skippack, Pa. 

7 2217 4 Maria Kolb, m. Albert Smith; children: 

Mary, Catharine, Albert ; Skippack, Pa. 

7 2218 5 Katie Kolb, cl. single, aged about 28 years. 

7 2219 6 iVa//ey Kolb, m. Christian Borneman ; res., 

Skippackville, Pa. ; children : Kate, Wil- 
liam, John, Mary. 



282 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2220 7 Sara/i Kolb, m. Isaac Godshall ; res., Skip- 
pack, Pa. ; no is.sue. 

7 2221 8 /frt'c^^ i?. AO//;, m. Emeline Delp : children: 

Ella, Harry, Kate, Barbara, Irwin, Frank, 
Emma. 

7 2222 9 ^-J/^/'ci'/rc?';/^ A'lV/-', m. Deborah Markley, daugh- 
ter of Philip Markley ; re.s., Skippack, 
Pa. ; farmer ; children : Philip Kolb, 
Mary Ann Kolb, Abraham Kolb, Lydia 
Kolb, Martha Kolb, Lsaac Kolb. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1633. 

CATHARINE HUNSICKER" (Kolb), of Is.\acs, of 
Isaac*, of Eliz.abeth Kolb3 (Hun.sicker), of Jacob^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

1 JoJui //. Kolb, m. Fanny Clemmer, Kulps- 
ville. Pa. 

2 Eliza Kolb, m. Isaac Clemmer; re.s., Kulp.s- 
viUe, Pa. 

3 Daniel Kolb, died young. 

4 Abraham H. Kolb, m. F.liza Ca.ssel, Kulp.s- 

ville, Pa. 

7 2227 5 Sarah Kolb, m. Abraham Allebach, Hat- 

field, Pa. 

7 2228 6 Enos K'^lb, died young. 
7 2229 7 Isaac Kolb, died young. 

For dates see No. 3557, Henry Fauiily. 



7 


2223 


7 


7 T f 


7 


2225 


7 


2226 



KULP FAMILY. 283 

CHILDREN OF No. 1634. 

SARAH HUNSICKER6 (Johnson), of Lsaac.s of IsA.\c^ 
of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), o^JACOB^ of Dillman^ 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2230 I Isaac Johnson, n\. S^XWc Ziegler ; she died; 

he married a second time to Katie H. 
Krupp ; Creamery, Pa. 

7 2231 2 Henry H. Jolinson, m. Catharine Markley, 

Creamery, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1635. 

MAGDALENA HUNSICKER^ (Krupp), of Isaacs, of 
Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dill- 
man'. 

7 2232 I Isaac Krupp, died young. 

7 2233 2 Hannah Krupp, m. Elias Nice, Kulpsville, 

Pa. 

7 2234 3 John H. Krupp, b. September 12, 1835; d. 
January 21, 1880; m. Mary Moyer ; he 
was engaged in teaching in the public 
schools a number of years ; Kulpsville ; 
Mennonites. 

4 Mary Krupp, m. John Clemmer, Lansdale, 
Pa. 

5 Katie H. Krupp, m. Isaac Johnson, Cream- 
ery, Pa. 

6 Jacob Krupp, died young. 

7 Eli Krupp, died young. 

8 Daniel Krupp, h. August 28, 1849; d. March 
24, 1886; m. Lydia Moyer. 



7 


2235 


7 


2236 


7 


2237 


7 


2238 


7 


2239 



284 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1636. 

JOHN HUNSICKER^ of Isaacs, of Isaac^, of Eliza- 
beth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

Family 
No. 

1 Isaac Hinisickcr, m. Mary Custer. 

2 Auji Hiiusickn-, m. Reuben Nunemakcr. 

3 P^^SSy Hu)isicka\ m. Henry Kooker. 

4 Morris Hunsicker, m. Esther Drake, Phila- 
delphia. 

5 Sarah Hinisickcr, m. Henry Espenship. 

6 AIa7y Hjiusickcr, m. Abraham Whitman. 

7 John Hunsicker. 



Geu. 


Individual 

No. 


7 


2240 


7 


2241 


7 


2242 


7 


2243 


7 


2244 


7 


2245 


7 


2246 



CHILDREN OF No. 1639. 

ISAAC HUNSICKER^ of Isaacs, of Isaac^, of Eliza- 
beth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

7 2247 I /cV^;/ /////MvV/rr, m. Sarah Heil, Skippack, Pa. 

7 2248 2 Henry Hunsicker, m. Elizabeth Croll, Skip- 

pack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1642. 

JOHN BERGEY^ of Elizabeth Godshalls (Bergey), 
of Sarah Hunsicker^ (Godshall), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2249 I Henry Bergey, Worcester, Pa. 

7 2250 2 Nancy Bergey, m. Abraham Kriebel, Towa- 
mensing. Pa. Farmer; Schwenkfelder ; 
deceased. 



KULP FAMILY. 285 

CHILDREN OF No. 1644. 
DAVID BERGEY^ of Elizabeth Godshalls (Bergey), 
of Sarah Hunsicker* (Godshall), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hun- 
sicker), of JACOB^ of Dillman\ 

Individual Fauiily 
Gen. No. No. 

7 2251 I George Bcrgn',h. I'i^y \ m. Barbara Detwei- 

ler, b. 1838. Children : 

1 Susan Bcrgcj\h. 1859; m. James 

Gal us ha. 

2 Lizzie Bergey, b. 1861 ; m. Frank 

Dangler. 

3 Katie Bergey, b. 1863 ; deceased. 

4 Mary Bergey, b. 1865 ; deceased. 

5 Benjamin Bergey, b. 1 867 ; m. 

Laura Granspach. 

6 John Bergey, b. 1870; m. Emma 

Hinkle. 

7 Lena Bergey, h. 1872; m. Llewel- 

len Cope. 

8 George /Sergey, h. iSy^)-, m. Amelia 

Ellis. 

9 Carrie Bergey, b. 1874; m. Jesse 

B. Heller. ' 
10 Harvey Bergey, b. 1879; unmar- 
ried (1895). 
All reside in Philadelphia. 

7 2252 2 GodsJiall Bergey, m. Susan Hendricks. 

Children : 

I Nelson Bergey, m. 

' 2 Da-oid Bergey, m. Annie Hallman. 

3 Lrvin Bergey, m. 

4 Lizzie Bergey, m. John Keyser. 

5 Sarah Bergey, m. Nari Hunsicker. 
All of Skippack, Pa. 



286 KULP FAMILY. 

Iniiividual Family 

Gen. Xo. Xo. 

7 2253 3 Jacob Bcrgcy, m. Su.san Bertolet. He is 

Director of the Poor of Montgomery 
County, Pa. Children : 

1 JoJui Bcrgcy, m. Leanna Detweiler. 

2 James Bcrgcy, m. Ella Huber, 

daughter of Rev. S. M. K. Hu- 
ber, of Skippackville, Pa. James 
Bergey is a Reformed minister, 
stationed at West Milton, Pa. 

3 Lizzie Bcrgcy, v[\.]osQY>^-].T)ct\\Q\\Qr. 
All of Lower Salford, Pa. 

7 2253a 4 Lena Bcrocy, x\\. Win. Andcvi^on. Children: 

1 Dai'id Aiidcrsoii. 

2 Solomon Anderson. 
Residence, Lower Salford, Pa. 

7 2253b 5 Mary Bergey, m. Abraham Uetwciler. 
Children : , 

1 David Detiveiler. 

2 Annie Detiveilcr. 



CHH^DREX OF No. 16441/^. 

JACOB ALLEBACH^ of Helena God.shalls (Alle- 
bach), of Sarah Hunsicker^ (Godshall), of Elizabeth Kolb^ 
(Hunsicker), of Jacob% of Dillman'. 

7 2254 I Jacob M. A/Iebach, deceased ; m. Fannie 

Johnson, Chalfont, Pa. 

7 2255 2 John Allcbacli, m. Catharine Godshall, Skip- 

pack, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 287 



ludiviiiual 



Gen. 



7 2256 3 Christian AllcbacJi, married Betsy Alderfer 

(she is deceased), Schwenksville, Pa. 

7 2257 4 Samuel A'lcbacJi, v\\\xwAxx\c<\. 

7 2258 5 Joscpli Al!cbacJi,x\\.V\i\\-\\-\-i\\\¥^<:'<^\cx\ 5 child- 

ren ; Towamensing, Pa. 

7 2259 6 Hoiry Allcbacli, m. C^iroHne Hendricks ; 2 

children ; Kulpsville, Pa. 

7 22'JO 7 Bciijaiiiin AUcbach, m. Kate Swartley. 

7 2261 8 ^/////V ^•J//cV''^crr/', ni. Joseph Anders ; 3 child- 

ren ; North Wales, Pa. 

7 2262 9 Fa I 111 ic AHebac/t, m. Henry Wise. 

7 2263 10 Ztv/cz .•:///(7;c?'(;7/, m. William Moyer, deceased, 

Towamensing, Pa. 

7 2264 1 1 Mary AllcbacJi, m. Abraham Geisinger. 

7 2264^ 12 DavdM. AllcbacJi, m. Susan D. Clemmer, 
Hatfield, Pa. 



CHH.DREN OF No. 1645. 

DAVID ALLP:B\CH6, of Helen-a Godshalls (Alle- 
bach), of Sarah Hunsicker-* (Godshall), of P^lizabeth Kolb^ 
(Hunsicker), of JACon^ of Dillman'. 

7 2266 I Jirc\>b A'icbach, m. PLlizabeth Alderfer, Har- 

leysville. Pa. 

7 2267 2 Magdalciia AllcbacJi, m. William Bean ; no 

issue. 

7 2268 3 William Allebac/i, deceased ; m. Adelaide 

Shell ; children : Oswin, Emma. 



288 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 2269 4 David Allcbacli, m. Sarah Kolb ; children : 
David, Leidy, Katie, Milton, Su.san, Han- 
nah ; res., Hatfield, Pa. 

7 2270 5 James AllcbacJi, in. Eliza Stout ; children : 
Reinhart, Harve}\ Edwin. 

7 2271. 6 Kate A!lcbac]L,\\\.]-Azo\)\o\\x\^. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1646. 

CHRISTIAN ALLEBACH^ of Helena Godshalls 
(Allebach), of Sarah Huxsicker'* (God.shall), of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Hun.sicker), of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

7 2272 I JMagdeleua Allebach, m. Abraham D. Alder- 

fer. Mainland, Pa.; farmer; Mennonite. 

7 2273 2 Sophia Allebach, m. Chri.stian W'ismer. 

7 2274 3 Jacob R. Allebach, m. fir.st, Lizzie God.shall; 

second, Mary Gabel, iicc Markley; third, 
Nettie Graue ; res., Montgomery county, 
Pa. 



^-/3 



4 Benjamin Allebach, m. Barbara Nice 



CHILDREN OF No. 1647. 

HENRY ALLEBACH^ of Helena Godshalls (Alle- 
bach), of Sarah Hun.sicker-* (Godshall). of Elizabeth Kolb3 
(Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 289 

CHILDREN OF No. 1662. 

ELIZABETH SCHUMACHERS (Kolb), of Catharine 
Clemens^ (Schumacher), of Catharine Hunsicker-^ (Clemens), 
of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 



Gen 



iviiUial P'aniily 

No. Xo.' 

7 2370 I 6'<'2'///c?/7'//r AW/^ b. March 10, 1833 ; m. John 

Moyer; children: Henry, Isaiah, Mary, 
Michael and Katie ; Franconia Square, Pa. 

7 2371 2 Jacob AW^, b. April 28, 1824; m. Barbara 

Nice ; children : Amanda, Elias, Lizzie, 
Harry; occ. flour and feed at Telford 
station, N. P. R. R.; residing at Fran- 
conia Square, Montgomery county. Pa.; 
Mennonites. 

7 2372 3 Savincl Kolb,h. Dec. 19, 1835; m. Amanda 

Frick, October 30, 1858; she was born 
April 4, .1841 ; res., Telford, Pa.; farmer; 
Mennonites ; children : Fannie, Lizzie, 
Allen, Amanda, John. ■ 

7 2373 4 Susanna Kolb, h. X^xW 16,1841; m. Francis 

Frick, January, i860; he was born Feb- 
ruary 7, 1837; died May 3, 1866. She 
married again to Elihu Clemmer ; res., 
Franconia, Montgomery county. Pa.; 
farmer ; Mennonites. 

7 2374 5 iAv/zj AW^, b. September 25, 1839; m. Kate 
Ziegler, daughter of Michael O. Ziegler; 
res., Franconia Square, Pa.; farmer; Men- 
nonites ; have one daughter — Mary. 

7 2375 6 MicJiacl Kolb, b. February 19, 1845 ! ^i- 

Sarah Bergey ; res., Telford, Pa.; occ, 
flour and feed ; children: Wallace, Katie, 
Lizzie. Vincent. 



290 KULP FAMILY. 

ludividual Faniilv 

Gen. No. Xo. 

7 2376 7 Lizzie Koll\ b. June 4, 1847 ; m. Henry Ber- 

gey ; children : Frank, Mary, Sevilla, 
Lizzie, Elia.s, Katie, Henr\-, Vincent; res. 
Franconia, Pa. 

7 2377 8 SaraJi Kolb, b. September 2, 1851 ; m. Enos 

Mover; children: Frank, Lizzie, Allen. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1663. 

SALLIE SCHUMACHERS (Swartley), of Catharine 
Clemens^ (Schumacher), of Catharine Hun.^icker* (Clemens), 
of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2378 I 5^7/////^/ .S'7iv?;VAj, m. Annie Bidel ; wholesale 

commission business in Philadelphia. 

7 2379 2 Mary Ann Swart/ij, m. Jonas A. Kolb, son 
of Rev. Jacob Kolb, of Harleysville, Pa.; 
the\' mo\ed to Anderson county, Kan- 
sas ; farmer. 

7 2380 3 ElizabctJi Swart/ cy, m. Jonas Bergey. 

7 2381 4 Si/as Swar/Ziy, m. Miss Winters. 

7 2381 3X 5 Katie SzL'art/cy, m. William Gehman. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1664. 

GARRET SCHUMACHER^ of Catharine Clemens^ 
(Schumacher), of Catharine Hunsicker* (Clemens), of Eliz- 
abeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of J.ACOB^ of Dillman'. 

7 2382 I A'lrr/zV ^V/f/cw^cV/rr, m. first Daniel Detweiler; 

second. John Nice ; Franconia, Pa. 

2 Micliacl ScluiiiiacJur, died unmarried. 



KULP FAMILY. 29I 

3 Faitnic ScliuinacJicr, m. Abraham Nice, 

Franconia, Pa. 

4 Jacob ScJuimacJicr, m. Lizzie Alderfer, Fran- 

conia, Pa. 

5 Alary Schuinaclur, ni. Tobia.s Schrager. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1665. 

NANCY SCHUMACHERS (Swartley), of Catharine 
Clemens^ (Schumacher), of Catharine Hunsicker* (Clemens), 
of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

7 2383 I ycrrcV^ ^S"7i:'c?/Y/n', deceased ; m. tLlizabeth Cas- 

sel ; children : Jacob, Isaac, Wellington, 
Abraham, John, Mary, Harry ; res.,Tovv- 
amensing, Pa. 

7 2384 2 A7?//V 57ivr/Y/n', b. August 5, 1819 ; m. John 
Kolb. 

7 2385 3 Polly Swartley, b. February 5, 1823; m. 

George Reiff (deceased) ; she died, and 
he married Betsy Swartley. 

7 23851^ 4 Betsy Swartley, b. August 24, 1826; m. 
George Reiff, deceased ; res., Franconia, 
Pa. 

7 2386 5 Nancy Szvartley, b. April 12, 1828; m. Dan- 
iel Haring. 

7 2386^ 6 Fannie Swartley, b. March 14, 1830; m. 
Jonas Moyer ; res., Franconia, Pa. 

7 2387 7 John Szvartley, h. October, 1831 ; m. Han- 
nah Erdman ; he was a dentist, now 
deceased ; resided at Chicago. 



292 KULP FAMILV. 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

7 2387!/^ 8 Michcui Swarthy, h.OctohQv ly, iSy^; m. 
Mary Rcsenberger. 

7 2388 9 Sarah Si.'arthy, b. May 2, 1836. 

7 2388}^ 10 Elinina Szcartiiy, died young. 

7 2388>< II /%///> Si.'arthy, b. January 2; m. Lydia 
Swartley, res., F'ranconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1666. 

CATHARINE SCHUMACHERS (Kolb), of Catharine 
Clemens^ (Schumacher), of Catharine Hunsicker^ (Clemens), 
of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2389 I ^<7/'^/; AW/;, b. September 3, 1838; m. Levi 

Strohme, March 23, 1861 ; carpenter; 
Mennonites ; children : Abraham, Dan- 
iel, Jacob, Katie, Lizzie, Mary, Isaac, 
John, Sallie, Levi, Hannah, Emma; 
Bucks county. Pa. 

7 2396 2 ElizabctJi Kolb, b. in Bucks county in 1841 ; 
died in 1871 ; single. 

7 2391 3 Catharine S. Kolb, b. June 24, 1842; m. 

John H. Kolb, born October 28, 1840, 
farmer ; Mennonites ; res., Hilltown, 
Bucks county, Pa. ; children : Jacob, 
Abraham K., Sallie K., Mary K., John 
K. See Frctz History, page 321. 

7 2392 4 Jacob S. Kolb, b. in 1845 ; m. Elizabeth Kolb, 
in 1869; farmer; Mennonites; children: 
Catharine, Henry, Abraham, Sarah, 
Jacob, Annie, Isaac, Lizzie, Harvey, 
John, Samuel ; Bucks county, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 293 

CHILDREN OF No. 1668. 

MARY CLEMENS GODSHALL^ of Henry^, of Cath- 
arine HuNSiCKER* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

Individual Kaniilv 
Gen. Xo. No. ' 

7 2393 I Henry C. Gods/tall, b. September, 1828; d. 

August 18, 1884; m. Anna Gehman, 
December 17, 1853; she was b. March 
20, 1833; farmer; Mennonites ; children: 
Lucy, Jacob ; Bucks county. Pa. 

7 2394 2 Isaac C. Godshall, b. December 29, 1829; 
m. Anna Delp, November 29, 1856; she 
died September 27, 1889; Mennonites; 
children : Catharine, Elizabeth, Samuel, 
Mahlon, Mary ; Bucks county. Pa. 

7 2395 3 Anna C. Gods/iall, b. April 12, 1832; m. 

Samuel Derstine, Sellersville, Pa. 

7 2396 4 Barbara C. Godshall, b. November 7, 1834; 
m. Daniel B. Hackman, November 11, 
1855; he died September 20, 1875 ; mer- 
chant ; Mennonites ; children : Jacob, 
William, Kate, Emma, Mary, Barbara. 

7 2397 5 Jacob C. Godshall, b. January 26, 1837; m. 

Barbara L. Godshall, October 29, 1859; 
farmer, Morwood, Pa.; Mennonites; child- 
ren : Katie, Andrew, Ida, Horace, Rosa- 
linda, Mary, Jacob, Reinhart. 

7 2398 6 Abraham C. Godshall, b. April 10, 1839; "^• 
Anna O. Derstein, May 18, 1861; she 
died March 21, 1866; merchant at Lans- 
dale. Pa. ; children : Marietta, William, 
Lincoln, Abraham. M. for his second wife 
Lydia K. Hartzell, November 30, 1867; 
(k. f. — 20.) 



294 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Kiimily 

Gen. Xo. Ko. 

7 2398 6 children : Martha, Harvey, EHzabeth, 

Naomi, Stella. 

7 2399 7 y^//;/ C. Godsliall, b. October 2, 1841 ; m. B. 
Hockman, November 2, 1867; she was 
b. July 24, 1847; ^^^^ November 26, 
1883. He married for his second wife, 
Rebecca Troxel, February 24, 1885 ; she 
was b. May 10, 1856; d. June 24, 1885. 
He married third wife, Susan Myers, 
August 18, 1H87; she was b. March 23, 
i860. Merchant miller at Lansdale. 
Children : Wilson Godshall, Ella, Laura, 
Mary Jane, Perry, Harry. 

7 2400 8 Mary C. Godsha/I, b. April 19, 1844; m. 
Abraham M. Alderfer ; deceased ; chil- 
dren : Anna, Kate, Mahlon, Mary, Bar- 
bara. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1669. 

GERHART CLEMENS^ of Henrys, of Catharine 
HuNSiCKER'* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of 

JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN\ 

7 2401 1 William N. Clemens, b. March 30, 1831 ; d. 

April 4, 1863; m. Catharine Delp Nov. 
I, 1853; she was b. March 17, 1829. 
Farmer ; one child, Lizzie Ann ; res., 
Lederachs\-ille, Pa. 

7 2402 2 Anna Clemens, b. ; d. ; m. Henry 

K. Godshall April 8, 1865; he was b. 
November 18, 1841 ; children: Lizzie, 
William. He married for his second wife 
Barbara Gotwals, August 14, 1875; P. 



KULP FAMILY. 295 



Geu. 



7 2402 2 O., Lederachsville, Pa.; children b}^ last 

marriage : Hcnr\', Harvey, Jacob. 

• 

7 2403 3 Henry N. Clemens, b. May 12, 1838; m. 

Fannie S. Schatz, February 28, 1864; 
she was b. June 4, 1843 ; P. O., Leder- 
achsville, Pa.; farmer; Mennonite; child- 
ren: Garret, Annie, Menno. 

7 2404 4 Mary Clemens, b. in 1 840 ; m. George D. 
Alderfer, in 1862; he was born in 1836; 
P. O., Harleysville, Pa.; justice of the 
peace ; children : Alvin, Garret, Lizzie, 
Annie, George, Harry. 

7 2405 5 Jaeob N. Clemens, b. February i, 1843; m. 

Pvliza K. Cassel, April 17, 1869; she was 
b. September 28, 1850; farmer; Men- 
nonites ; children: Mary, Sylvanus 
Jacob, Leahanna, John, Lizzie, Norman;, 
res.. Mainland, Pa. 

7 2406 6 Jolin N. Clemens, b. April 6, 1845; m. 
Amanda Alderfer, October 27, 1867; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Sallie, 
Lizzie, Allen, John, Ida, Gerhart ; Sal- 
ford, Pa. 

7 2407 7 Garret Clemens, b. ; d. ; m. Kate 

Bergey ; one child, Lizzie Clemens ; Sal- 
ford, Pa. 

7 2408 8 Isaac N. Clemens, b. P^ebruary 27, 1852; m. 
Anna S. Alderfer, November i, 1873; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children ; Lizzie, 
Jacob* Garret, Harvey, Isaac, Susan, 
Clayton, Allen ; Salford, Pa. 



296 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1670. 

CATHARINE CLEMENS^ (Tyson), of Henrys, of 
Cath.\rine Hunsicker'* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of Jacobs of Dillman\ 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2409 I //r/z/j Tj'j-^//, b. December 25, 1832'; m. Sal- 

lie Shepard, of Danboro, Pa., November 
13, 1862; she was born in 1833; milk 
dealer at 2409 Germantown avenue, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa.; she is a member of the 
society of Friends ; no issue. 

7 2410 2 Enos Tyson, b. August 28, 1835 ; died July, 
1869; m. Margaret Meyers, of Philadel- 
phia, in 1859; she died August, 1869; 
children: Adam, b. 1863; Enos, b. 1863; 
Catharine, b. 1867; Harry, b. 1868; three 
died in infancy. 

7 2411 3 Anna C. Tyscvi^h. i\\W\\ 13, 1840; m. John 

Bryan, October 27, 1858; he was born 
December 5, 1835 ; grocer at 2364 Ger- 
mantown avenue, Philadelphia; Method- 
ists; children: Henry C. Bryan, b. Sep- 
tember 27, 1859; d. November 8, 1859. 
William l^ryan, b. November 12, i860; 
grocer. Charles T. Bryan, b. October 5, 
1862; grocer. Rose Anna Bryan, b. 
February 4, 1865 ; d. February i, 1870. 

7 2412 4 Daniel Tyson, b. April 20, 1847; m. Han- 
nah Sackler, September 16, 1871 ; she 
was born March 20, 1847; milk business 
in Philadelphia ; residence. No. 2436 N. 
Eighth street ; one child, Sarah Tyson, 
b. February 26, 1873. 



KULP FAMILY. 29/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 1671. 

REV. ISAAC CLEMENS^ of Henrys, of Catharine 
HuNSiCKER'^ (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

ludivi.lual Family 

Gen. No. N... 

7 2413 I Haniiali Clcviois, b. April 28, 1837; "'^• 

Henry G. Groff, M. D., a prominent 
physician at Harleysville, Pa.; children : 
Isaac, Mary, Olivia, Ida, John, Hannah, 
Kate, Henry, in the following order : 

8 2414 a Isaac Groff, di. ■A^e^ 10 months; he was b. 

September 2, 1857. 

8 2415 b Mary Groff, b. February 14, 1859; "''• G^^" 

ret Landis, August, 1878 ; P. O., Souder- 
ton ; children : Allen, Harry, Isaac, How- 
ard, Mary. 

8 2416 c Olivia Graff, b. August 22, 1861 ; m. John 
D. Moyer, September 29, 1882 ; children ; 
Willis, Alvan, Hannah, May. 

8 2417 d Ida C. Groff, b. May 25, 1866; m. Sheridan 

A. Metz, October 8, 1889 ; P. O., Souder- 
ton, Pa. 

8 2418 e Joliii Wilson 6"/7#, J/. /:>., b. December 18, 

1863 ; succeeds his father in the practice 
of medicine at Harleysville, Pa., being 
associated with Dr. Keelor, both young 
men, and rapidly growing into promi- 
nence as practitioners. 

8 2419 f Haiiuah Groff, b. P'ebruary 7, 1869; m. 

Wilson Alderfer ; one child, Clayton 
Groff, b. September 29, 1893. 

8 2420 g Kate Groff, b. February 7, 1872; m. Isaiah 

Stover. 



298 KULP FAMILY, 



8 2421 h //tv/H' G"/7?^, b. January 5. 1876. 

7 2422 2 Henry Clemens, b. July 27, 1839; d. Nov- 

ember 29, 1844. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1672. 

ELIZABETH CLEMENS^ (Landis), of Henrys, of 
Catharine Hunsicrer-^ (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolbs (Hun- 
sicker), of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2423 I Henry C. Landis, b. January 6, 1836; m. 

Elizabeth Souder, October 26, 1861 ; 
farmer ; resides on the old homestead in 
Hatfield township, Montgomery county, 
Pa.; Mennonites ; children : Emma, b. 
1862; Morris, 1864; Edwin, 1866; Han- 
nah, 18^8; Henry, 187 1 ; Lizzie, 1875; 
Jerome, 1879. 

7 2424 2 Abraham Landis, b. April 24, 1838; m. 
Annie Gerhart, September 28, 1862 ; she 
was born April 6, 1843 i carpenter ; Men- 
nonite; P. O., Lansdale; children: Simon, 
b. 1865; Carrie, 1869; Allen, 1871 ; 
P211a, 1876; Fannie, 1877; Catharine, 1882. 

7 2425 3 /,'?r<:-'/; Z^?//,'fo, b. August 10, 1840; m. Ella- 

weira Hunsberger, November 16, 1867; 
she was born March 19, 1848; Mr. Landis 
is cashier of the Union National Bank of 
Souderton, Pa.; children: Rufus, b. 1869, 
d. August 15, 1890; Arthur, b. 1873; 
Margaret, b. 1875, d. July 29, 1875; 
Lizzie, 1876. 



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KULP FAMILY. 299 

ividual Family 

>Jo. No. 

7 2426 4 Garret C. Laiidis, b. March 19, 1844; m. 
Ella J. Moyer, June 13, 1872 ; wholesale 
grocer, of the firm of H. K. Kindig & 
Co., Philadelphia ; children : Howard, 
1875; Charles, 1877; Naomi, 1879; 
Lyman, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1673. 

JACOB K. CLEMENS^ of Henrys, of Catharine Hun- 
sicker-* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, 

of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2427 I Henry C. Clemens, b. March 31, 1845; d. 

March 26, 1864. 

7 2428 2 Mary Ann 67t7//(7/.s-, b. August 13, 1846; d. 

October 18, 1853. 

7 2429 3 ManaseJi C. Clemens, b. May 11, 1856; m. 
Mary K. Bean, September 21, 1882 ; res., 
Harleysville, Pa.; farmer and feed mer- 
chant ; Mr. Clemens is an enterprising 
man, and has done much towards build- 
ing up the village of Harleysville ; child- 
ren : Minnie, b. 1883; Wilmer, 1886; 
Harry, 1888; Florence, 1890; P2dna, 1893. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1674. 

SALLIE CLEMENS^ (Delp), of Henrys, of Catharine 
Hunsicker'* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2430 I Annie Delp,h. April 21, 1842; m. Charles 

M. Hildebrand, April 10, 1880; he was 



300 KULP FAMILY. 



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No. 


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I 



born November 9, 1857; farmer; P. O., 
Harleysville, Pa.; Mennonites ; children: 
Harry D., b. May 10, 1881 ; Sallie D., b. 
April 30, 1885. 

7 2431 2 Henry C. Dclp, b. February i, 1846; m. 

Kate K. Frick, October 12, 1867; she 
was born March 9, 1847; farmer; P.O., 
Harleysville, Pa.; Mennonites; children: 
Jennie F. Delp, b. July 3, 1869; m. Gar- 
ret S. Nice November 17, 1888; he was 
born September 10, 1864; merchant; no 
children. P^llie Y. Delp, b. July 10, 1873. 
Katie F. Delp, b. January 21, 1876; m. 
Menno Clemens. 



CHILDREN OF No. 16741^. 

JOSEPH HUNSICKER^ of Rev. Johns, of Rev. Hein- 
RiCH'*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of Dill- 

MAN^ 

1 JoJlii Hunsicker, m. 

2 Samuel Hunsieker, sin<^le. 

3 Joseph Hunsicker, m. Miss Mary Taggart ; 

lawyer in Philadelphia. 

7 2435 4 Davis Hunsicker, was killed in the battle of 

South Mountain. 

7 2436 5 Ann Hunsicker, m. John Henkle. 

7 2437 6 CJiarles Hunsicker, m. Miss Margaret Schall ; 
he is a law)'er at Norristown, Pa. 



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2433 


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2434 



KULP FAMILY. 3OI 

CHILDREN OF No. 1675. 

POLLY HUNSICKER-^ (Hendricks), of Rev. Johns, of 
Rev. Heinrich-*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, 

ofDlLLMAN\ 

Indiiidual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2438 I JoJiii Hendricks, m. Hannah Heilig. 

Elizahctli Hendricks, m. Da\'id Reiner, Prov- 
idence, Pa. 

2 Roger Hendricks, m. Ellen W. Albright. 

3 Mary Hendricks, m. Richard J. Casselberry. 

4 Sarah Hendricks, m. Joseph Casselberry. 

5 Re:\ Joseph Hendricks, Reformed minister, 
Trinity church, Collegeville, Pa.; m. Kate 
Hunsicker, daughter of Rev. Abraham 
Hunsicker, at Collegeville, Pa. 



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2439 


7 


2440 


7 


2441 


7 


2442 



CHILDREN OF No. 1676. 

HENRY D. HUNSICKER^ of Rev. Johns, of Rev. 
Heinrich*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of 
Dillman'. 

7 2443 I E/irjabeth Hunsicker, d. unmarried; b. 1827. 

7 2444 2 Enos Hunsicker, b. October 23, 1829; m. 
Anna Markley ; res., Germantown, Phila- 
delphia ; grocer. 

3 Rev. Frank R. S. Hunsicker, D. D., b. March 
27, 1832; m. Elizabeth Hunsicker; res., 
Carversville, Bucks county, Pa. 

7 2445 4 Mary Hunsicker, m. Benjamin Markley, Col- 

leo-eville. Pa. 



302 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Geu. No. Xo. 

7 2446 5 Barbara Hunsicker, d. single. 

7 2447 6 Isaac Hinisickcr^ d. aged 5 years; 

7 2448 7 AV/// Hujisickcr, m. Louisa F. Cole, Iron- 
bridge, Pa. 

7 2449 8 5ir?///V /////w/r/'cr, m. David Haldeman, Kan. 

7 2450 9 Catharine Hiiiisickcr, m. John Umsted. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1677. 

SARAH HUNSICKER6 (High), of Rev. Johns, of Rev. 
Heinricii*, of P^LiZABETH Kolb3 (I I unsicker), of Jacob^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 245 1 I Iloiry High, m. Lizzie Brown. 

Eliza be fh High. 

7 2452 2 Joh/i Hig/i, m. Annie Knoll. 

7 2453 3 A'<r?/'r ///>/?, m. Harry Kratz. 

JoscpJi High, m. Mary Stevens ; one child — 
Charles. 

7 2454 4 Sarah High, m. Albert Leaman. 

7 2455 5 G'<:?;7r/ //4'"//, m. Mary Ellen McClean. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1678. 

ELIZABETH HUNSICKER6(Fetterolf),of Rev. Johns, 
of Rev. Heinrich^ of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker),of Jacob^ 

of DlLLMAN'. 

Children by first marriage: 
7 2456 I Snsan Fcttcrolf, m. Abraham Tyson. 



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2458 


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KULP FAMILY. 3O3 

aiiiilv 
Xo. ' 

2 Sara/i Fctfcrolf, m. Abrahdni Grimley. 

3 Capt. H. H. Ftttcrolf, m. Lizzie Garber. 

4 Adam H. Fctfcrolf, m. first, Annie Herges- 

heinier ; after her decease he married 
Laura Mangam ; children ; Joseph (de- 
ceased), George, M. D., Edwin Henry, 
A. B. 

Adam H. Fetterolf, Ph. D., LL. D., President of Girard 
College, is the son of Gideon Fetterolf, and was born in Mont- 
gomery county in 1842. He is in the prime of a life the adult 
years of which have been given to educational pursuits. His 
career has been mainly that of a teacher and student. His 
academic training was acquired at the Freeland Seminary, 
then under the management of Rev. Henry A. Hunsicker. 
After completing his course and teaching for a time in the 
public schools, Mr. Fetterolf connected himself with the insti- 
tution as professor of mathematics, and subsequently pur- 
chased Mr. Hunsicker's interest, and became proprietor and 
principal. He conducted the institute very successfully for 
five years, when the buildings and grounds were purchased 
for Ursinus College. Professor Fetterolf then associated him- 
self with Rev. Dr. Wells in the ownership and management of 
Andalusia Academy in Bucks county. After the death of 
Dr. Wells, in 1871, he assumed the entire charge, and con- 
tinued at the head of the academy for the next eight years. 
In 1880 he was elected by the Board of City Trusts to fill the 
chair of Vice-President of Girard College. At the death of 
President Allen, two years later. Professor Fetterolf was chosen 
to succeed him. He has held the position and discharged 
the manifold duties ever since, with the confidence of the Board 
and the approbation of the public. 

The College of which Dr. Fetterolf is now President was 
founded by Stephen Girard, a native of France, who had 
amassed an immense fortune as a shipping merchant and 
banker in Philadelphia, where he had arrived a poor boy and 



304 KULP FAMILY. 

begun business in a \ery humble u'a\', and who bequeathed 
;$2,ooo,ooo and the residue of his estate, after pa}'ing certain 
legacies, for the erection and support of a college for orphans. 
As many poor white male orphans who are residents of Penn- 
sylvania are admitted, between the ages of six and ten years, 
as the endowment can support. They are fed, clothed and 
educated, and between the ages of fourteen and eighteen are 
bound out to mechanical, commercial and agricultural occu- 
pations. They are gi\'en manual as well as mental training, 
and are in great demand in the shops and in the manufactories 
of Philadelphia as skilled workmen, after they have graduated. 

The government of Girard College demands high and 
rather peculiar qualifications. The position of the President 
is one of great responsibility, standing as he does in loco 
parentis to o\-er fifteen hundred orphan boys — the represent- 
ative head of the greatest indi\-idual charity on the continent. 

President Fetterolf has the charm of a quiet, well-balanced 
character, a pleasing address, an impressive presence, and that 
subtle faculty which wins the confidence of boys.' He is the 
fourth president of the college. The first presided over but 
two hundred bo)'s ; the second saw fi\e hundred assembled 
at chapel ; the third witnessed the roll lengthen to eleven 
hundred ; while Dr. Fetterolf has over fifteen hundred under 
his charge. It requires executive ability of the highest order 
to successfully direct the destinies and control the actions of 
so many mental and physical organisms, and that President 
Fetterolf is able to accomplish this without harsh discipline 
demonstrates in the strongest possible wa}' his eminent fitness 
for the responsible position he occupies. 

His ability has had numerous recognitions from the 
faculties of other colleges, the most recent of which was the 
conferring upon him of the degrees of A. M. and Ph. D. by 
Lafayette College, and by Delaware College of the title 
of LL. D. 

In May, 1887, the Legislature of Pennsylvania passed an 
act, authorizing and requesting the Governor to appoint a 
commission of five citizens of the commonwealth to " make 



KULP FAMILY. 305 

inquiry and report, by bill or otherwise, respecting the subject 
of Industrial Education." Governor Beaver placed President 
Fetterolf on this commission, his already extensive knowledge 
of the subject making the selection especially valuable and 
appropriate. 

Dr. Fetterolf has been twice married, and has two sons. 
His first wife was Miss Annie Hergesheimer, daughter ot 
George Hergesheimer, Esq., of Germantown. In 1883 he 
married Miss Laura M. Mangam, daughter of William D. 
Mangam, Esq., of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children by the second marriage of Gedeon Fetterolf with 
Esther Hunsicker, daughter of Abraham. 

Iudi\idual Faiuilv 
Gen. No. Xo." 

8 2460 5 A. D. Fetterolf, m. first, Sallie Graybill ; after 
her decease he married Bertha Kooken. 

Abram D. Fetterolf, of Collegeville, was born June 4, 
1850. He attended the public schools of his district, and 
completed his education at Freeland Seminary (now Ursinus 
College), then under the principalship of his brother. Dr. A. 
H. Fetterolf At sixteen years of age he engaged in teaching 
in the public schools of Berks and Montgomery counties, and 
continued for five years in that profession. In 1871 he 
engaged in mercantile pursuits in Philadelphia, being first 
employed as a lumber inspector, and subsequently under the 
firm of Fetterolf & Rosenberger was engaged in the flour and 
feed business on Market street. He remained here in business 
until 1884. From 1888 to 1890 he was a member of the firm 
of the Roberts Machine Company, of Collegeville, Pa., taking 
charge of its finances and general business. 

Mr. Fetterolf has held a number of public positions. He 
has always been an uncompromising Republican, and has 
taken a great interest in local and in state elections. In 1882 
he was elected Justice of the Peace for the township of Upper 
Providence, and re-elected in 1887, but subsequently resigned 
to accept a county office. As a Justice of the Peace, he 
enjoyed the confidence of the people, and did quite an exten- 



306 KULP FAMILY. 

sive business. During this time he acted in many trust 
capacities, setthng a large number of estates of decedents and 
assigned estates, in all of which he displayed signal ability. 
He was Deputy Clerk of the Courts of Montgomery county 
from 1 891 until he resigned to accept a more responsible posi- 
tion in the House of Representatives at Harrisburg. , 

In i8(S5 he made his first appearance in the House of 
Representatives at Harrisburg, in the position of Transcribing 
Clerk. His ability and faithfulness in this position was such 
that at the following session he was promoted to the position 
of Speaker's Clerk, and so served during the session of 1887. 
During the session of 1889 he ^^•as again promoted, this time 
to the position of Journal Clerk. During the session of 1 89 1 
he was filling his position as Clerk of the Courts, and there- 
fore was not in Harrisburg. 

In 1893 Mr. Fetterolf again received an ajjpointment in 
the House of Reprcsentatix-es for a still more responsible 
position, that of Resident Clerk, in which position he served 
during that session, as well as during the vacation. At the 
present session of the House he was elected to the highest 
clerkship in the gift of that body, namely. Chief Clerk, which 
position he now holds. In all these positions Mr. Fetterolf 
has been a faithful, efficient and conscientious officer, and his 
advancement has been the natural reward that should always 
follow faithful and conscientious service. 

In 1892 Mr. Fetterolf was unanimously elected Chair- 
man of the Republican County Committee of Montgomery 
county, and conducted the campaign of that year and the fol- 
lowing year so successfully as to elect the entire ticket with a 
single exception. In this position he developed great execu- 
tive ability, and demonstrated his shrewdness as a political 
organizer. 

In 1893 he was appointed Secretary of the State Repub- 
lican Committee, in which position he has served for two years, 
and has recently been elected for a third term. In this posi- 
tion he has performed valuable services for his party. 



KULP FAMILY. 307 

Mr. Fetterolf has been Secretary for the Perkiomen Val- 
ley Mutual Fire Insurance Company since July, 1889. This 
is one of the largest and best mutual companies in the county. 
He has been Secretary of the Perkiomen Valley Building and 
Loan Association, and was for several years a Director in the 
National Bank of Schwenksville. He has been twice married. 
First, on May 23, 1872. to Miss Sallie Graybill, of Trappe, 
daughter of Henry Graybill. Two children are now living : 
Clem, the older, aged sixteen years, is attending the State 
College at Bellefonte ; and Horace, aged ten years, is attend- 
ing the public schools. His first wife died in 1 890. Several 
years later he married Miss Bertha Kooken, a daughter of 
Rev. John R. Kooken, a Reformed clergyman, who for many 
years had charge of a boarding school near Norristown. 
During Buchanan's term as President of the United States, 
Mr. Kooken was Consul to Cuba, and after the election of 
President Lincoln and the breaking out of the war he enlisted 
and served as Captain in Company C, i loth Regiment, Penn- 
sylvania Volunteers, and was killed at the battle of Freder- 
icksburg, December 13, 1862. 

IiidivMual Fiimilv 

Gcu. No. No. 

7 2461 6 6)/r/'////^c'//'r/7;'//", m. Maud Kellum; deceased. 

7 2462 7 Horace Fetterolf, m. Annie Holdzkom. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1679. 

GARRET D. HUNSICKER^ of Rev. John^, of Rev. 
Heinrich*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun.sicker), of Jacob^, of 

DlLLMAN\ 

7 2463 I J. Oiiiuey Hitiisieker, b. March 23, 1844; m. 

June 26, 1873, to Mary ¥.. Stiles, who 
died December 21, 1879. ^^ i^ an at- 
torney-at-law ; residence, Philadelphia ; 
children : 



308 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 a ^ J- Florence S. Hunsickcr, b. June lo, 1874; 

m. May 20, 1895,10 Benjamin Peakham, 
of Providence, R. I., by Rev. Robert Mel- 
ville Hun.sicker. 

8 b ^ J- Qniticy Hunsickcr, Jr. 

J. Quincy Hunsicker, Sr., married second 
time to P2mma Hellerman, August 22, 
1888 ; no issue by second marriage. 

7 2464 2 Mary M. Hunsickcr, b. June, 1847 ; d. 1876; 

m. to John R. Thomas, at Norristown, 
Pa. ; children : 

8 a I An i)ifant \ deceased. 
8 d 2 y. Qnincy TJiouias. 

8 e 3 Morgan TJiomas. 

7 2464 !/< 3 P-ili^ M. Hunsickcr, h. 1850; deceased; un- 
married. 

7 2465 4 Rev. Robert Mclvi/Ic Hunsickcr, h. \^z^4; m. 

Laura Krower, of Lewisburg, Pa. ; mem- 
ber of the Baptist church, and now loca- 
ted at Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1719. 

CATHARINE KOLB^ (Freed), of HexrvJ, of JAC0B^ of 
Henry3, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2466 I Henry K. Freed, b. December 27, 181 8; d. 

in 1880; m. Sibilla Bechtel, November 
24, 1844; he was accidentally killed by 
being thrown out of the wagon by a run- 
away horse, near his home ; his children 



KULP FAMILY. 3O9 

mily 

7 2466 I were: Ephraim, Catharine, John B., 

Mary, Anna, John (2d), Henry B., EHas 
B. ; res., Souderton, Pa. 

7 2467 2 Jacob Freed, b. ; d. in infancy. 

7 2468 3 Jacob K. Freed, b. May 24, 1825 ; d. Febru- 

ary 21, 1890; m. Annie Ratzel, October 
20, 1850; she was born November 2, 
1830; d. April 12, 1852. After her de- 
cease he married again, to EHza Kratz, 
October 22, 1854; she was born Septem- 
ber 30, 1 83 1, and died February 6, 1877 ; 
res., Lederachsville, Montgomery county. 
Pa. 

7 2469 4 Abraham K. Freed, b. August 24, 1827; m. 
Catharine y\llebach, December 19, 1852 ; 
she was born June 6, 1833 ; d. 30, 1879. 
He married again to Zenreto Hauck {jiee 
Hoffman); b. November 20, 1828; res., 
Harleysville, Pa.; farmer ; Mennonites. 

7 2470 5 Elias K. Freed,h.]\.\\Y \,\?^'}f:>\ m. Ehzabeth 
Shutt, December 1 1, 1858 ; she was born 
July 18, 1833; d. January 18, 1883; 
buried at Salford Mennonite meeting- 
house; res.. North Wales, Pa.; proprietor 
of the North Wales Flour Mills, and 
President of the National Bank at Lans- 
dale. 

7 2471 6 John K. Freed, b. March 15, 1836; m. Mary 

Alderfer, February 14, 1863 ; she was 
born March 4, 1835; d. February 13, 
1864. He married again to Sarah Faust, 
October 21, 1876; she was born Septem- 
ber 10, 1847; retail shoe business in 
Norristown, Pa. 
(k. f.— 21.) 



3IO KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1720. 

JACOB KOLB^ of Henrys, of Jacob*, of Henry3, of 
Jacob'', of Dillman\ 

Individual Faniiiv 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2472 I ElizabctJi A. Kitlp, b. December 29, 1825; 

m. Daniel K. Cassel, February 16, 1845 > 
he was born April 22, 1820, near 
Schwenksville, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
at the age of 19 years he took charge of 
a school, and was engaged in teaching 
under the public school system for 
twenty years ; also the author of the 
History of the Mennonites, both Ger- 
man and English editions ; also of the 
History of the Rittenhouse Family; also 
that of the Kolb or Kulp family, and of 
the Cassel family ; now residing in Phil- 
adelphia ; Mennonites. 

7 2473 2 Alary Kulp, b. January 28, 1828; m. Abra- 

ham K. Cassel, b. March 28, 1822, near 
Schwenksville, Montgomery county, Pa., 
and died September 1 1, 1892, at Hat- 
field, Montgomery county, Pa. ; she re- 
sides now at Ilarleysvillc, Pa.; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

7 2474 3 Susanna Kulp, b. April 7, 1830; m. John 

F. Wile, b. March 30, 1827; farmer and 
manufacturer of trusses and supporters; 
res., near Harleysville, Montgomery 
county, Pa. ; Mennonites. 

7 2475 4 Sallic Kulp,h. August 26, 1832; d. Novem- 

ber 8, 1883 ; m. Josiah Clemmer, now a 
preacher in the Mennonite church at 
Franconia, and bishop of said district ; 
he was born May i, 1827; res., Souder- 



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KULP FAMILY. 3 I I 

aniilv 
Xo. " 

4 ton, Pa. ; Josiah Clemmer married a sec- 
ond time to Lydia Derstein. 

5 Henry Knip, b. October 20, 1834; d. aged 
three and one-half years. 

6 Katie Kulp, b. February 7, 1837; d. aged 
1 5 months. 

7 Jonas A. Kiilp, b. March 28, 1839; occ, 

carpenter ; m. Mary Swartley, daughter 
of John Swartley ; mov^ed to Anderson 
county, Kansas ; owns a plantation, and 
is engaged in farming and stock raising. 

7 2479 8 Williain Kiilp,h. August 16, 1 841 ; m. Mag- 

gie Fleckenstein ; resides near Ro\'ers- 
ford, Pa., and follows farming. 

7 2480 9 Samuel K2ilp,h. November i, 1844; d. Au- 

gust 22, 1847. 

7 2481 10 Jacob A. Kulp, b. April i, 1848; m. Sarah 
Delp ; she died March 24, 1884; he 
married again to Eliza Young; farmer; 
Mennonites ; res., Harleysville, Pa. 

7 2482 II Annie Kulp, b. November 25, 1850; m. 
Isaac Delp ; res., Mainland, Pa. ; farmer ; 
Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1721. 

POLLY KULP^ (Hendricks), of Henrys, of Jacob*, of 
Henry3, of Jacob^ of Dillman^ 

7 2483 I Beijaniin Hendricks, h. December 4, 1835; 

d. August I, 1871 ; m. to Sophia Wam- 
bold ; children : Rebecca, Catharine, 



312 KULP FAMILY. 



Indi 



Gen. 



7 2483 I Mary Ann, Benjamin ; she married again 

to John Hendricks, and moved to Vir- 
ginia. 

7 2484 2 Siisajina Hendricks, b. February 17, 1839; 

m. Christian Rosenberger December 15, 
i860; he was born February 5, 1832; 
Hvery stable ; dealer in horses and cattle 
at Lansdale, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
children : Mary Alice, Elmer E. H., 
Wellington, Lizzie, Annie May, Sallie 
V. H., Lillie H., Minerva, Clayton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1722. 
HENRY KULI^ of Hknkvs, of Jacob^, of Hexrv3, of 

JaCOB^ of DiLLMAX'. 

7 2485 I Gr///cr;7';/r AW/^ b. ALirch 10, 1833 ; m. John 

Moyer ; children : Henry, Isaiah, Mary, 
Michael, Katie ; res., Franconia, Pa. 

7 2486 2 Jacob Kiilp, b. April 28, 1824; m. Barbara 
Nice, daughter of Rev. Henry Nice ; 
children : Amanda, Elias, Lizzie, Harry ; 
Franconia Square, Pa. 

7 2487 3 Saimul Kulp, b. December 19, 1835; m. 

Amanda Frick October 30, 1858; she 
was born in Montgomery county, Pa., 
April 4, 1841 ; farmer; Mennonites ; 
children : Fannie, Lizzie, Allen, Amanda, 
John ; res., Souderton, Pa. 

7 2488 4 Susanna Kulp, b. April 16, 1841 ; m. Francis 
Frick January, i860; he was born Feb- 
ruary 7, 1837, and died May 3, 1866; 
Mennonites ; one child, Lizzie ; she mar- 



KULP FAMILY. 3I3 

7 2488 4 ried again to Elihu Clemmer, Franconia, 

Pa. 

7 2489 5 Hcjiry Kulp, b. September 25, 1839; m. 

Kate Ziegler, daughter of Michael O. 
Ziegler, farmer ; Mennonites ; resides at 
Franconia Square, Pa. ; Mary is their 
only living child ; two died young. 

7 2490 6 Michael Kulp, b. February 19, 1845 ! n^- 
Sarah Bergey ; residing at Telford sta- 
tion, N. P. R. R. ; dealer in flour and 
feed ; children : Wallace, Katie, Lizzie, 
Vincent. 

7 2491 7 Lizzie Kulp, b. June 4, 1847; m. Henry 

Bergey ; children : Frank, Mary, Sevilla, 
Lizzie, Elias, Katie, Henry, Vincent. 

7 2492 8 Sarah Ki(lp,h. September 2, 1851 ; m. Enos 

Moyer ; children : Frank, Lizzie and 
Allen; Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1723. 

ABRAHAM KOLB^ of Henry^, of Jacob-*, of Henry3, 
of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2493 I y.'rr*'-'/^ A7///^ ; generally known as " Big Jake "; 

m. Barbara Bergey ; she died ; he mar- 
ried again to Lizzie Moyer ; farmer ; 
res., Franconia, Montgomery county. Pa. 



3^4 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1725. 
WILLIAM KULP^ of Hexrys, of Jacob*, of Hexry3, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

ludividual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. " 

7 2494 I Einina Kiilp, m. Frank Nice, farmer ; res., 

Harleysville, Pa. 

7 2495 2 Lizzie Kulp, d. aged 21 years; single. 

7 2496 3 Sallic Kulp. 

7 2497 4 /wr/zV A'////, d. aged 18 years; single. 
7 2498 5 Abraham Kulp. 

All of Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1726. 
SAMUEL KULP^ of Hexrv?, of Jacob*, of Hexry3, of 

JACOB^ of DiLLMAX'. 

7 2499 I Susanna IV. Knlp, d. single, aged 21 years, 

3 months, 13 days. 

7 2500 2 Henry \V. Kulp, m. Annie Ziegler ; res. at 
Lancaster; occ, jeweler. 

7 2501 3 Samuel /['. A7///, m. Anna Kurtz; res. at 

Ephrata, Lancaster county, Pa. ; farmer ; 
Dunkards. , 

7 2502 4 William W. Kulp, m. Lydia Martin ; res. at 
Mechanicsburg, Lancaster county. Pa. ; 
cigar manufacturer. 



KULP FAMILY. 315 

CHILDREN OF No. 1727. 

NANCY KULP6, of Henry^, of Jacobs of Henrys, of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 ?503 I Deborah Kiilp.h. ]\x\y 26, \'^\2\ unmarried. 

7 2504 2 Katie Kulp, b. November 12, 1843; ^1"^" 
married. 

7 2505 3 Elias Ku/p, b. December 9, 1845 ; m. Ange- 

line Ziegler, daughter of Abraham O. 
Ziegler ; res. at Lederachsville, Pa. ; 
jeweler; he is a son of Nancy and Ben- 
jamin Kulp, of Lucon, Pa. 

7 2506 4 Mary Kulp, b. May 27, 1850; m. Jacob L. 
Beck ; res., Lucon, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 

7. 2507 5 Eli-zabcth Kulp, b. December 24, 1856; d. 

July 23, 1883; died single, aged 26 
years; buried at Upper Skippack Men- 
nonite meetincr- house. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1728. 
JOHN KULP^ of Johns, of Jacob^ of Henrys, of Jacob^ 

ofDiLLMAN'. 

7 2508 I Sarah Kulp, m.^ Philip Fenstermacher. 

7 2509 2 Dauicl Kulp. 

7 2510 3 Hauiiah Kulp, m. Andrew Kreider ; Lan- 
caster county, Pa. 

7 25 1 1 4 Mary Kulp. 

7 2512 5 Kate Kulp: 



3i6 



KULP FAMILY. 



ludividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2513 6 Jacob Kiilp, m. Miss Hershey, Lancaster 
county, Pa. 

7 2514 7 Isaac Knlp, m. Miss Hershey, Lancaster 
county, Pa. ; probably a sister of the 
former. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1729. 
JACOB KULP^ of Johns, of Jacob^, of Henrys, of 

JaCOI'/, of DILLMAN^ 

7 2515 I /(-V^;/ AW/, m. Sarah Landis. 

7 2516 2 i^^As^' A'////, ni. Abraham Moyer. 

7 2517 3 Hannah Kulp, m. Jacob Nice. 

7 2518 4 Abraham Knip, went \WQ?,t. 

7 2519 5 Maty Ki/Ip, m. Jacob Stauffer ; she died and 

he married Sarah Kulp, nee Landis, the 
widow of John Kulp, of Franconia, Pa. 

All were born at Salfordvillc. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1730. 
ABRAHAM KULP^ of Johns, of JAcoB^ of Henrys, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2520 I Alajy Kn/p, died young. 

7 2521 2 Benjamin Kulp, d. single, aged 21 years. 

7 2522 3 Abraham Kulp, m. Malinda Reiff; he died 
aged 40 years. 

All born at Salfordville, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 31/ 

CPIILDREN OF No. 1731. 
HENRY KULP^ of Johns, of JACOB^ of Henrv3, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2523 I Rebecca Kitlp, b. about 1830; m. Henry 

Rushong. 

7 2524 2 Hannali Kiilp, b. about 1833; 111. John 
Kemmercr. 

7 2525 3 7J/c?;t A'////, b. about 1835 ; m. Solomon K. 

Grimley, farmer and justice-of-the-peace 
at Schwenksville, Pa. 

7 2526 4 ElizabctJi Kii/p, m. Benjamin Grimley, de- 
cea.sed. 

7 2527 ^ Bciicvillc Kiilp, m. Emeline Godshall ; for 

children see No. 2203, 2204, 2205, 2206, 
2207. 

All were born near Ziegler'.s Mills, Salfordville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1732. 
NANCY KULP^ (Landi.s), of John^ of Jacob^, of 

HeNRY3, of JACOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Isaac Landis, m. Peggy Bechtel. 

2 Han/iah La/idis, m. Henry Gehman. 

3 Katie Laiidis, m. Lsaac Gehman. 

4 Abraham Landis, m. Mary Moyer. 

5 Henry Landis, m. Eliza Young. 

6 Mary Landis. 
All of Franconia, Pa. 



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3l8 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1733. 
ISAAC KULP^ of Johns, of JAC0B^ of Henrys, ■;of 

JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN^ 



Gen 



Individual Familv 

„.„. No. Xo. 

7 2534 I HaiDiah Kiilp, m. William God.shall, farmer 

and shoemaker ; res., Schwenksville, Pa. ; 
Mennonites. 

2 /o/iii Kii/p, miller, below Schwenksville, on 
the Perkiomen ; m. Sarah Ziegler. 

3 Betsy Kiilp, m. Elias Lichtel, shoemaker; 
res., Creamery, Pa. 

4 Maria Kulp, m. Albert Smith, deceased. 

5 Katie Kulp, d. single, aged about 28 years. 

6 Nancy Kulp, m. Christian Borneman ; res., 

Skippackville, Pa. 

7 2540 7 Sarah Kulp, m. Isaac Godshall, farmer; 

res., Skippack, Pa.; Mennonites; no 
issue. 

7 2541 8 Isaac Kulp, m. F.meline Delp. 

7 2542 9 ^^;77//rt;// A'////, m. Deborah Markley, daugh- 
ter of Philip Markley ; res., Skippack- 
ville, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1739. 

ELIZABETH LEDERACH^ (Schumacher), of Maria 
Kolb5 (Lederach), of Jacob*, of Henry^, of Jacob^ of Dill- 
man'. 

7 2543 I Adam L. SJiocuiakcr, b. September 10, 1828; 

m. Katie Hartzel ; res., Philadelphia. 



KULP FAMILY. 3I9 

7 2544 2 Michael L. SJiociiiakcr, b. August 5, 1830; 

m. Mary Reiff, and died in 1885 ; res., 
Philadelphia. 

7 2545 3 JoJiJi L. Shoemaker, b. July 7, 1833; m. 

Martha Easton, practicing physician, lo- 
cated at North Eighth street, Philadel- 
phia. 

7 2546 4 Mary L. SJiocviakcr, b. August 9, 1836; m. 
Aaron Walter. 

7 2547 5 A)ui L. S/iocniakcr, b. October 23, 1839; m. 

Caleb Hunsberger, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1747. 

NANCY ZIEGLER6 (Moyer), of Barbar.\ Kolbs (Zieg- 
ler), of Jacob'*, of Hexrv^, of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

7 2548 I Sainuii Moycr, m. Anna Spare, deceased. 

7 2549 2 Barbara Mover, \\\. Swwow Gerhart ; res., at 
Philadelphia. 

7 2550 3 Annie Moyer, m. Samuel Harley, farmer; 
Dunkards; res., Lansdale, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1748. 
JACOB ZIEGLER^ of Barbara Kolbs (Ziegler), of 

jACORt, of He.\RV3, of JACOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2551 I AbraJiam Ziegler, m. Susan Ziegler, farmer; 

res., Lederachsville, Pa. 



320 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 2552 2 Barbara Zicglcr, m. Frederick Godshall 

res., in Philadelphia. 

7 2553 .3 Katie Zicglcr, m. Henry Charles. 

7 2554 4 Xaiicy Zicglcr, m. George S. Ziegler. 

7 2555 5 Samuel Zicglcr, m. Sarah Musselman. 

7 2556 6 Jacob Zicglcr, m. Miss Zendt. 

7 2557 7 William Zicglcr, m. Leah Kreitz. 

7 2558 8 Sarah Zicglcr. 

7 2559 9 Ha II It ah Zicglcr. 

7 2560 10 Maria Zicglcr, m. Matthew^ Cohoe. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1749. 

CATHARINE ZIEGLER^ (Alderfer), of B.arb.^k.a 
Kolb5 (Ziegler), of J.\coB^ of Henkv^ of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2561 I Michael Alderfer, d. single, aged about 20 

years. 

7 2562 2 Benjamin Z. Alderfer, m. Sarah Harley ; 

farmer; res., in Lower Salford, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa., near Alderfer's 
Mills P. O., Lederachsville, Pa. 

7 2563 3 Elizabeth Alderfer, m. Christian Allebach ; 

he followed farming until his wife died ; 
he now resides at Schwenksville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1758. 

HENRY KULP^ of Jacobs, of Jacob+, of Henrys, of 
Jacob^ of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 321 

Individual Faiiiilv 
Gen. No. No. ' 

7 2564 I Mary Kulp, m. Henry Gargcs, Franconia- 

ville. Pa. 

7 2565 2 Elizahctli Kulp, m. Christian Bergey. 

7 2566 3 Henry Kiilp, m. Kate Frederick, Salford- 
ville, Pa. 

7 2567 4 Jacob Kiilp, died young. 
All born near Salfordville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1766. 

SUSIE KULP^ (Wisnier), of Hexrvs, of YELLES^ of 
Henrv3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

1 Henry Wisvicr, m. Mary Cole ; a Mennon- 
ite minister at Skippack ; she died 1895. 

2 Susanna Wisnicr, m. John Bergey; res., 
Skippack, Pa. 

3 David Wisnicr, m. Sarah Bergey ; res., 
Skippack, Pa. 

4 Abraham IVisnicr, m. Sophia Allebach ; she 
died ; he married again to Frany Landis ; 
res., Skippack, Pa. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1767. 

KATIE KULP^ (Gotwals), of Henrys, of Yelles^ of 
Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

7 2572 I ivr;/;//V 6"6'/a'cr/.y, m. Timothy Price, deceased. 

7 2573 2 Katie Gotcvah, m. Garret Cole, Skippack, 

Pa. 



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KULP FAMILY. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1768. 
HENRY KULP^ of Jacobs, of YELLES^ of Henry3, of 

JaCOB^, of WlLLIAM\ 

Iildivi.lual F;imilv 

Gen. Xo. No. 

7 2574 I Alary A)?ii Kiilp, b. January 20, 1844; m. 

Peter Clemmer February 27, 1868; he 
was born about 1842; grocery store in 
Philadelphia ; no issue ; Dunkards. 

7 2575 2 Sarah Kii/p, h. ]^n\idiry 18, 1847; m. David 

Allebach January 20, 1867; farmer; 
Mennonites. 

7 2576 3 ^laggic Kulp, b. August 24, 1853 ; m. Ben- 

jamin F. Markley November 25, 1873; 
Skippack, Pa. 

7 2577 4 Lvdia Knip, b. September 22, 1856; m. De- 
cember 31, 1884. 

7 2578 5 JosiaJi Kulp, b. I'ebruary 14, 1 850; d. in 

1857. 

7 2579 6 Lhzic Kiilp^h. 1852; d. 1853. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1770. 
JACOB KULP^ of Jacobs, of Yelles^, of Henrys, of 

JaCOB^, of DILLMA^^ 

1 Isaac Kiilp, m. Susan Hacock. 

2 Abraham Knlp, m. Caroline Wolford ; res., 
Lederachs\'ille, Pa. 

3 Margaret Kiilp, unmarried. 

4 John Kiiip, unmarried. 
All born at Lederachsville, Pa. 



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KULP FAMILY. 323 

CHILDREN OF No. 1771. 
POLLY KULP6 (Mover), of Jacobs, of Yelles^, of 

HeXRY3, of JACOB^ of DlLLMAN^ 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No." 

7 2584 I Sa///^/c-/ Jl/oj'cr, m. Annie Shelly. 

7 2585 2 /aco/} Mover. 

7 2586 3 Maggie Mover, m. Frank Heckler. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1783 IN CANADA. 
ABRAHAM KULP^ of Jacobs, of Dillman^, of Henrys, 

of JaCOB^, of DILLMAN^ 

7 2587 I Jacob Z. Kulp, b. April 12. 1832; m. Maria 

Bowman Juh' 5, 1857; she was born 
December 8, 1839; res., Berlin, Water- 
loo county, Ontario ; farmer ; he is a 
deacon in the Mennonite church, and an 
earnest Sunday school worker. 

7 2588 2 Catharine Z. Kulp, m. Jacob C. Bowman; 

res., Michigan. 

7 2589 3 JMciuio Z. Kulp, m. Sarah Jacobs; res., in 
Colorado city, Colorado. 

4 Nancy C. Kiilp^ m. Josiah Schantz ; res., 
Kansas. 

5 Dilbnan Z. Knlp, m. Hannah Moyer; res., 
Berlin, Ontario. 

6 Mary Ann Knip, m. Abraham Jacobs, of 
Waterloo ; he died ; she married again 
to John Hoffman. 



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324 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1784. 

MOLLY KULP6 (Erb), of Jacobs, of Dillman^, of 
Henry3, of Jacob^ of Dillman\ 



Gen 



Individual Family 
No. No. 

7 2593 I Joseph Erb, m. Nancy Schwartz. 

7 2294 2 Cyn/s Erb, m. Sarah Schwartz. 

7 2595 3 Jacob Erb, m. JuHa Bowman; she died; 

then he married Katie Hudson. 

7 2596 4 Abraham Erb, m. Margaret Wallace. 

7 2597 5 Levi Erb, m. Mary Ann Hast; no issue. 

7 2598 6 Bcujaniin Eraiikliii Erb, m. Lizzie Ross. 

7 2599 7 Hannah Erb, m. Abraham Hagy. 

7 2600 8 Lciia Erb, unmarried. 

All of Preston, Waterloo county, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1785. 

TOBIAS KULP^ of Jacobs, of Dillman^, of Henky3, of 
Jacobs of Dillman'. 

7 2601 I Elizabeth Kidp, b. August 15, 1834; m. 

Noah Weber ; res., at Strasburg, On- 
. tario. 

7 2602 2 Catharine Knlp, b. June 12, 1832; m. 

Thomas Murphy June 19, 1855 ; he was 
born January 12, 1832; she died Janu- 
ary 30, 1864. 

7 2603 3 Henry Knlp, b. March 25, 1838; died un- 

married. 



KULP FAMILY. 325 

7 2604 4 Joseph Kiiip, b. August 30, 1839; "">• Nancy 
StaulTer October 16, 1866; she was born 
10, 1843. 

7 2605 5 Lydia Kiilp, b. February 19, 1S42 ; m. 

Henry Otterbein. 

7 2606 6 Isaac Kn/p, b. June i, 1844; m. Rebecca 
Detweiler. 

7 2607 7 Hannah Kulp, b. April 27, 1848; m. Wil- 
liam Stengel. 

7 2608 8 j5"//(75 AW/, b. July 20, 1854; m. Rebecca 
Sand. 

All of Waterloo county, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1786. 

LYDIA KULP^ (Schantz), of Jacobs, of Dillman^ of 
Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

1 Josiah ScJiantz, m. Nancy Kolb. 

2 Catharine Schanta, m. Solomon Eby. 

3 Cfu'istian Schants,xn.yidirY Y{\xich\sor\; res., 
Dacota. 

4 AbraJiani Schauta, m. Mary Ankony, of 
Colorado City, Colorado. 

5 Benjamin Schants, m. Mary Eby ; res. in 
Hudson county, Ontario. 

6 Men no Schantz, died unmarried. 

7 Lydia Schantrj, m. Amos Snyder, of Bloom- 

ingdale.' 

(K. F.— 22.) 



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2614 


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2615 



326 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2616 8 SaraJi Schantz, m. Henry Snyder. 
7 2617 9 i:;/^r// 5r//rt;//.::r, died unmarried. 

All born in Canada. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1787. 
HANNAH KULP^ (Bricker), of Jacobs, of DILLMAN^ of 

HeNRV3, of JACOB^ of DiLLMAN. 

7 2618 I Henry Bricker, m. Lamb ; res., Mont- 

real. 

7 2619 2 Mejino Bricker, m. Hagy. 

7 2620 3 Joseph Bricker, m. Goudy ; res. at 

Festonville, Ontario. 

7 2621 4 Lydia Bricker, m. Menno Schantz ; res., 

Berlin, Ontario. 

7 2622 5 Mary Ann Bricker, m. Benjamin Clemens ; 

res, Berlin, Ontario. 

7 2623 6 EpJiraini Bricker, m. Cook ; res., Ber- 
lin, Ontario. 

7 2624 7 Aaron Bricker, m. Molly Erb ; res., Berlin. 
Ontario. 

All born in Waterloo county, Ontario. 



CHILDREN, OF No. 1789. 
WILLIAM CROLL^ of Betsy Kolbs (Croll), of Dill- 

MANS of HeNRY3, of JACOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2625 I Betsy Ooll, of Skippack, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 32/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 1797. 

ELIAS LICHTEL^ of Peggy Kolds (Lichtel), of Dill- 
man"*, of HeNRY3, of JaCOH^, of DILLMAN^ 

luclivi.lual Faniilr 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2026 I Isaac LicJitcl, m. F^mma Schaeffer. 

7 2627 2 Mary Lichtel, died .single, aged 23 years. 

7 2628 3 Benjamin LicJitcl, married Ella Beyer. 

7 2629 4 Albert Lichtel, died young. 

7 2630 5 John IJchtel, died young. 
All of Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1804. 
GARRET KULP6, of Henrys, of Henry^, of Henry3, 

of JACOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

6 2631 I Henry F. Knlp, m. Sarah Markley. 

2 Francis F. Knlp, m. Annie Landis. 

3 Susan F. Knlp. 

4 Alary F. I\ulp. 

5 Isaac F. Knlp, m. Sallie Kulp. 
All of Lucon, Pa. 



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2633 


7 


2634 


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2635 



CHILDREN OF No. 1806. 
ISAAC KULP^ of Henrys, of Henry4, of Henrys, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN', 

7 2636 I Emma Kulp, b. May 18, 1858; m. Isaac 

Frantz, a preacher in the Dunkard or 
Brethren church ; res., Ohio. 



328 KULP FAMILY. 

ludividual Familj- 

Gon. No. No. 

7 2637 2 6"(7///V A7///), b. January 18, 1867 ; m. Charles 
A. Wagner. 

7 2638 3 Horace Knlp, b. March 2, 1872; single. 

7 2639 4 ycV/// Kiilp, b. December 6, 1875 ; single. 
All of Grater's Ford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1809. 
WILLIAM REIFF^ of Elizabeth Kolbs (Reiff), of 

HeNRV*, of HeXRV3, of JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Srrc'illioii Rciff. 

2 Einanitcl Rciff. 

3 Jacob Rcff. 

4 Lizzie Rciff. 

5 Urbane Rciff. 

6 Charles Reiff. 

7 Marf Reiff. 

8 Mary' Reiff. 
All of Philadelphia. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 1810. 
HENRY REIFF^ of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Reiff), of 

HeXRV^ of HeNRY3, of JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 2641 I Elizabeth Rciff, b. December 30, 1842; m. 

Robert E. Lynch August, 1869; child- 
ren : Edith (deceased), Robert (deceased), 
Clarence and Emmet. 



KULP FAMILY. 329 

2642 2 Afarv Ann RL7/f,h. April 12, 1844; m. Isaac 

Gregg May, 1867; she died November 
23, 1S93; children: Marie, Oliver 
Ormsby, Florence. 

7 2643 3 Natlianicl Rciff, b. September 21, 1845 ! ^• 

September 9, 1848. 

7 2644 4 Isaac Rciff, b. September 10, 1847; m. 
Margaret Crowell January, 1866; child- 
ren : Irene, Blanche, Annie C, William, 
Grace. 

Annie C. Reiff m. Samuel F. McKnight 
September, 1893; their children are 
Eleanore and Martha. 

7 2645 5 Catliarinc 7vr//f", b. September 29, 1849; d. 

March 9, 1855. 

7 2646 6 Snsa/iiia Rciff\ b. February 7, 185 1 ; d. 

March 4, 1855. 

7 2647 7 Jane Rcff, b. December 9, 1852 ; d. August 
9, 1853. 

7 2648 8 Eiiiiiia Rciff, h.]w\\Q 12, 1854; d. April 13, 

7 2649 9 Elijah Rciff, b. August 24, 1855. 

7 2650 10 ^/////V yl/r?;-/^? 7vc7/f, b. February 21, 1857. 
All of Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 181 1. 

JOHN REIFF^ of Elizabeth Kolbs (Rbiff), of Henry*, 
of Henry3, of Jacob% of Dillman'. 

7 2651 I J\larj' Rciff', m. first, Samuel Weikel, and 

second, George Zimmerman. 



330 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 2652 2 Lizzie Rciff, died single. 

7 2653 3 Annie Rcijf, unmarried; res., Philadelphia. 

7 2654 4 Sal lie Re iff , unmarried. 

7 2655 5 John Reiff, single; teacher in Normal Col- 

leo-e, Huntingdon, Pa. 

7 2656 6 Isaiah Reiff, m. Clara Gotwals. 

7 2657 7 MartJia Reiff, m. John Bechtel. 

All of Yerkes, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1813. 

MARY REIFF^ (Cassel), of Elizabeth Kolbs (Reiff), 
of Henry-*, of Hexry^ of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2657 I Lizzie Cassel, b. November 27, 1845 ! ^- ]^^y 

15, 1848. 

7 2658 2 Isaae R. Cassel, b. July 6, 1849; m. Mary 

Warder Cresson, daughter of John Cres- 
son, October 7, 1874; he died March 2, 
1894. 

Isaac R. Cassel, son of Mar)- (Reiff) Cassel and Daniel 
Cassel, was born at Harmony Square, Montgomery county. 
Pa. He was educated in the public schools in said county, 
and in the Quaker City Business College, from which institu- 
tion he graduated. He was interested in his father's business 
(mercantile). Later he entered the wholesale dry goods house 
of James, Kent, Santee & Co., at Philadelphia. Later he 
returned again to his father's house and business. After his 
marriatre, he ena;acred in the mercantile business at West Point, 
Pa. He was for some time Secretary of the West Point Engine 
and Machine Co. He was also elected to the office of County 



KULP FAMILY. 33 I 

Auditor with a majority larger than any other officer in the 
county at that time, on the Republican ticket, in which capa- 
city he served six years. He then moved to North Wales, 
where he was engaged in the Montgomery Web Works until 
his death. He was also a School Director for the borough 
of North Wales. He was always a close student of the various 
sciences, and was considered an expert accountant. He died 
March 2, 1894. 



Gen. 



vidual Family 

Jo. No. 

7 2659 3 Sylvaruis R. Casscl, b. August 23, 1853 ; d. 
November 26, 1856. 

7 2660 4 John R. Casscl, A. AT., LL. B., was born No- 
vember 24, 1856, at Cedars, Montgom- 
ery county. Pa. 

He attended the public schools until the age of sixteen 
years, when he entered the North Wales Academy and School 
of Business. Then he entered his father's business (mercan- 
tile business at Cedars). After being thoroughly drilled in 
said business he entered the large wholesale dry goods house 
of James, Kent, Santee & Company to learn the business. 
After remaining there about a year his old longing for school 
returned. He then entered Franklin and Marshall Academy 
at Lancaster, Pa., to prepare for college. He then crowded 
the two years' course of study necessary for entrance into 
college into one year and a quarter. (Rev. James Crawford, 
now in charge of Christ Reformed Church, Philadelphia, was 
then rector of the Academy.) He was then admitted to the 
Freshman class in F. and M. College, where he remained two 
years until the close of his Sophomore year, having passed 
Sophomore test. He then resolved to enter Princeton Uni- 
versity. Having first received an honorable dismissal from 
Dr. Apple, President of F. and M. College, he then entered 
Princeton, from which institution he graduated with the De- 
gree of A. B. After leaving Princeton he entered the law 
department of the University of Pennsylvania, from which he 



332 KULP FAMILY. 

graduated with the Degree of LL. B. He was registered as 
a law student in the office of James H. Wolfe, Esq., Philadel- 
phia. After his graduation he was admitted to the bar. He 
is at present (1895) engaged in the practice of his profession 
(office, 329 Drexel building, Philadelphia), and also holds the 
Professorship of Commercial Law in the Peirce College of 
Business. 

ludividual Familj- 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2596 5 A)inic R. Casscl, b. February 27, i860. 
7 2597 6 Einaiiiul R. Cassc/,h. November 11, 1862. 



CHLLDREN OF No. 1815. 

MARY K. MOVERS (Stauffer or Stover), of Mollv 
Kolbs (Moyer), of Henkv*, of Henrv3, of Jacob^ of Dillman', 

7 2661 I Davis Stover, m. Emma Godshall ; res., 

Kulpsville; farmer; have four children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1819. 

BARBARA K. MOVERS- (Heckler), of Molly Kolbs 
(Moyer), of Henrys, of Henry3, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2662 I Irz'in M. Heckler, b. July 26, 1858; m. 

Minnie Stewart October, 1887 ; no issue ; 
employed in railway mail service between 
Red Oak, Iowa, and Lincoln, Nebraska; 
resides in Lincoln. 

7 2663 2 Henry Horace Heckler, b. March 27, 1861 ; 

is a railroad machinist ; pipe fitter. 



KULP FAMILY. 



Individual 



Gen. Xo. Xo. 

7 2664 3 Jesse M. Heckler, b. July 28, 1862; d. Oc- 
tober 27, 1885, aged 23 years, 2 months, 
29 days. 

7 2665 4 JoJui M. Heekler, b. August 18, 1865. 

7 2666 5 Jllaiy ElizabetJi Heekler, b. June 9, 1867, 

and died January 24, 1869, aged I year, 
7 months, 15 days. 

7 2667 6 William Jll. Heekler, b. September 14, 1872. 
John and William are bank clerks employed by Saxton 
National Bank, at St. Joseph, Missouri. , Irvin, the oldest, is 
the only one married (Januar}' 13, 1894). 



CHILDREN OF No. 1820. 

SUSAN K. MOVERS (Harley), of Molly Kolbs 
(Meyer), of Henry^, of Henrys, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2668 I Lillie Harley. 

7 2669 2 Ellie Harley. 

7 2670 3 John ]\Ioyer Harley. 
All of North Wales. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1821. 

LYDIA K. MOVERS (Freed), of Molly Kolbs (Moyer), 
of Henry*, of Henrys, of Jacob% of Dillman^ 

7 2671 I Lizzie Freed. 

7 2972 2 Annie Freed. 

7 2673 3 Martha Freed. 



334 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2674 4 Lydia Freed. 
7 2675 5 William Freed. 

All born in Worcester, Pa. P. O., Cedars, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1822. 

ISAAC K. MOYER^ of Molly Kolbs (Moyer), of 
Henry^ of Henry3, of Jacob% of Dillman'. 

7 2676 I Ambrose Moyer. 

7 2677 2 Claraiiee Moyer, Evansburg, Pa. 



childrp:n of no. 1823. 

HENRY D. KULP^ of Johns, of HENRY^ of Henry3, of 
Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

7 2678 I File;/ Kiilp, m. Percival Gabel. 

7 2679 2 Mary Kiilp, m. John C. Cole, Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1826. 

ELIAS KULP6, of Bexjamin-s, of Henry^, of Henry^, 
of Jacob-, of Dillman'. 

7 2680 I Hoivard Z. Kulp, Lederachsville, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 335 

CHILDREN OF No. 1861. 

MARTIN B. RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholas^ of Sus- 
anna Detweiler'* (RittenhoLise), of Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler), 

of JaCOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

ludiviiiual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 2681 I Martini Rittcuhjiisc, h.:ihou\. 1863; residing 

at Germantown ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1862. 

JAMES RITTENHOUSE^ of Nichglass, of Susanna 
Detvveiler4 (RittenhoLise), of Maria Kolb^ (Detweiler), of 

JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN\ 

7 26S2 I All/lie E. RittciihoKsc, m. Miller D. Evans ; 

res., Pottstown, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; attorney-at-la\v. 

2 Horaiio Rittciihonsc, died single. 

3 Kate Rittcnhousc, died single. 

4 Carrie Rittcnhousc, died single. 

5 Carj.'iiic Rittciilioitsc, died single. 



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7 


2684 


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2685 


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2686 



CHILDREN OF No. 1863. 

NICHOLAS RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholas^, of Sus- 
anna Detweiler'* (Rittenhouse), of Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler), 
of Jacob-, of Dillman'. 

7 26S7 I Enoch Rittcnhousc, died in infancy. 

7 2688 2 Enoch JV. Rittcnhousc, b. 1840; d. March 
25, 1877; unmarried. 

7 2689 3 Anna So/^hia RittcnJiousc, died single. 



336 KULP FAMILY. 

luriiviilual Familv 

Geu. No. .Vo. 

7 2690 4 Martha P. Rittiuhousc, died August 2, \d:C)0; 
m. Joseph Wi.se ; have two children, 
Elizabeth and SalHe. 

7 2691 5 William P. Rittciihoiisc, died in infancy. 

7 2692 6 Nicliolas AT. Rittcnhoiise, h. A^n\ 24, 1844; 
m. Emma Gorgas Omensetter July 12, 
1869; she was the third daughter of 
John Omensetter, a merchant of Phila- 
delphia. N. M. Rittenhouse resides at 
Baltimore, Md. He served in the 
Union ami)- during the Rebellion in the 
Second Pennsylvania Cavalry. After 
the war he went to Baltimore and pur- 
chased the terra cotta works from his 
uncle, George R. Rittenhouse ; said 
business he is now carrying on with 
success. Mr. Rittenhouse is a member 
of the Lee Street Baptist Church, and is 
held in high esteem. 

7 2693 7 Elizabeth Rittciilionsc, b. 1846; d. July 18, 

1891 ; m. John G. Brooks December 29, 
1868; res., Roxborough, Philadelphia. 

7 2694 8 Mary Rittenhouse, d\cd 1891; unmarried. 

7 2695 9 Sallic Rittiuhoiisc, died unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1864. 

CHARLES RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholass, of Sus- 
anna Detweiler4 (Rittenhouse), of Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler), 
of Jacob-, of Dillman*. 

7 2696 I Mary Rittcii/ioiis.\h. 1 834; unmarried. 

7 2697 2 Sarah Rittoi/ionsc, b. February I, 1836. 



KULP FAMILY. 



Individual 



Gen. 



7 2698 3 Cornelia Rittcnliousc, b. November 2, 1839. 

7 2699 4 Sopliia Rittciihousc, b. Augu.st 20, 1845 ; m. 
Aubrey Hopkins; had two children; 
both dead. 

7 2700 5 Van Brandt Riftcnhojisc, h. A^n\, \?>4t2; m. 

Laura Randall ; children : Albert, George, 
Lesher, Ada, Amelia ; three died young. 

7 2701 6 Georgr Rittcnlionsc, b. September I, 1847; 

m. N. Alice Birch ; one child ; died in 
infancy. 

7 2702 7 Anna Roda Riftcnhonsc, b. November 23, 
1848; d. aged 32 years. 

7 2703 8 James Rittoi/ionsc, b. November 20, 1850; 

m. Mary Craiggs ; children : Sallie A., 
Charles C, Roda, Blanche, Amelia, 
Henry, Lloyd, James, Jackson. 

7 2704 9 Martin Rittcnhonsc, died in infancy. 
All of Maryland, near Baltimore. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1865. 

JOSIAH RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholas^, of Susanna 
Detweiler4 (Rittenhouse), of Maria Kolbs (Detweiler), of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2707 I Ennna S. RittcnJicuisc, d. young, aged, 2 1 

years ; was a teacher in the Moravian 
school at Bethlehem. 

7 2708 2 Nicholas Rittcnhonsc, d. ; no issue ; resided 

near Line Lexington, Bucks county, Pa. ; 
his will is recorded in Doylestown, Bucks 
county. Pa. ; he was a farmer. 



338 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1866. 

GEORGE P. RITTENHOUSE^ of Nicholass, of Sus- 
anna Detweiler'* (Rittenhouse), of Maria Kolb^ (Detweiler), 
of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 



Individual 



Gen. 

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2709 


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27II 


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2712 


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1 Kate Rittoihoiisc, died young. 

2 Grace RittcnJiousc. 

3 Kate Rittenhouse. 

4 Jllarj Rittenhouse. 

5 Martha Rittenhouse. 

6 William Ritten/iouse, of Maryland, near Balti- 

more. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1869. 

WILLIAM UMSTED^ of Elizabeth Rittenhousrs 
(Umsted), of Susanna Detweiler'* (Rittenhouse), of Maria 
Kolb3 (Detweiler), of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 

7 2715 I Daniel R. Umsted, b. November 8, 1827; 

m. Leah Benner, of Franconia, Pa. ; 
farmer. 

7 2716 2 Thomas R. L/jfistcd, h. August 20, 1829; m. 
Frances P. Monfay ; she died in 1863; 
he married again to Isabella Stull. 

7 2717 3 JosiaJi R. Umsted, b. September 5, 1831 ; m. 

Kate Staub, of Nicetown, Philadelphia ; 
res., Philadelphia. 

7 2718 4 Amanda Umsted, b. October 25, 1833; d. 
October 2, 1870; m. William Tyson, 
March 21, 1853. 



KULP FAMILY. 339 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No- ^ 

7 2719 5 Aiigclinc Umsted, b. January 25, 1830; m. 
Jacob Everman, November 17, 1857 ; he 
died April i, 1869; res., " Rittenhouse 
Manse," Wissahickon avenue, German- 
town, formerly known as Rittenhouse 
town ; has three children — Eugene, Wil- 
liam and Sarah. 

7 2720 6 WUIiain W. Uvistcd, b. July 4, 1838; m. 
Elizabeth Lord; she died January i, 
1871 ; he married again to Josephine 
Boemer in 1874; she died September 18, 
1884; res., " Rittenhouse Manse," Wis- 
sahickon avenue, formerly known as 
Rittenhouse town ; carpenter and con- 
tractor. 

7 2721 7 Elinira Uinstcd,h.]\x\y 10, 1841 ; unmarried; 

lives with her brother, William W. Um- 
sted, at Rittenhouse town. 

7 2722 8 Morris Uinstcd, b. December 25, 1843; m. 
Hannah Strahley, December 24, 1868; 
res., Philadelphia ; engineer. 

7 2723 9 Sarah Uinstcd, b. February 27, 1850; d. 

February 8, 1851. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1870. 

ARNOLD UMSTED^ of Elizabeth Rittenhouses 
(Umsted), of Susanna Detweiler'* (Rittenhouse), of Maria 
Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 2724 I Elisabeth Uiustcd, m. Edward Jeffries. 

7 2725 2 Sarah Uvistcd, m. Taylor Raser ; one child, 

Taylor. 



340 




Gen. 

7 


lurtlvi.lual 
No. 

2726 


7 


2727 


7 


2728 


7 


2729 


7 


2730 


7 


2731 


7 


2732 



KULP FAMILY. 

Family 
Xo. 

3 Mary Ann Unistcd, m. George Fulmer. 

4 TJionias Unistcd, m. Lizzie Piatt ; have two 

daughters. 

5 Ellen Umstcd, m. Robert Jenkins. 

6 Joseph Unistcd. 

7 Charles Unistcd, went West. 

8 Arnold Unistcd. 

9 y/z/zV? Unistcd, m. Martin Ettinger, son of 

Jacob Ettinger, of Salfordville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1871. 

CATHARINE UMSTED^ (Hartman), of Elizabeth 
Rittenhouse5 (Umsted),of Su.sanna Detwiler^ (Rittenhouse), 
of Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler), of Jacob% of DillmAxX'. 

7 2733 I Elizabeth Hartman, x\\. \?iXO\\ Stover; chil- 

dren : Frank, Mary, Maud ; Quaker- 
town, Pa. 

7 2734 2 Joseph Hartman, m. Celesta Woodring ,* 
children : William, Oliver, Robert, Frank, 
Martin, Lamar. 

7 2735 3 Kate Hartman, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1872. 

HENRY R. RITTENHOUSE^ of Jacob D.s, of Sus- 
anna Detweiler'* (Rittenhouse), of Maria Kolb3 (Detweiler),. 
of Jacob-, of Dillmax'. 



KULP FAMILY. 341 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 2736 I Mary M. Rittcnhousc, b. 1831 ; m. Abel 
Thoma.s ; had three children, Malinda, 
Henry and Edwin. 

7 2737 2 Charles A. Rittcnhousc, b. 1832; m. Mary 
Croll ; their children are Hannah, Henry, 
Charles, William and David Le Roy ; 
residing at Norristown, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 19231^. 
ISAAC R. KOLB7, of DlLLMAN^ of Isaacs, of Jacobs 

of ISAAC3, of JACOB^ of DlLLMA.X'. 

8 2738 I Catharine Kolb. 

8 2739 2 Christine Kolb. 

8 2740 3 Dillman Kolb. 

8 2741 4 Mary Kolb. 

8 2742 5 Elniira Kolb. 

8 2743 6 Esther Kolb ; of Hatfield, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1924. 
MARY ANN KOLB^, of Dillman^ of Isaac^ of Jacob^ 

of ISAAC3, of JAC0B^ of DILLMAN^ 

8 2744 I Isaac K. Kolb ; of Hatfield, Pa. 

(K. F.— 23.) 



342 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1925. 

CATHARINE KOLB^. of DILLMA^•^ of Isaacs, of 
Jacob'*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 2745 I Maiy Lcidy. 

8 2746 2 Lydia Lcidy ; of Pennsylvania. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1928. 

MARY FRICK7 (Rosenberger), Veronica Kolb^ (Det- 
weiler), of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Isaac^ of Jacobs of Dillman'. 

1 Jo J in Rosodui'gcr. 

2 AbraJiam Rosoibcrgcr. 

3 Fnxjiy Rosenberger. 

4 Kate Rosenberger. 

5 Sarah Rosenberger. 

6 William Rosenbei'ger. 

7 Henry Rosenbeiger. 
Of Montgomery and Bucks counties, Pa. 



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2751 


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2752 


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2753 



CHILDREN OF No. 1929. 

FRANCIS K. FRICK7, of Veronica Kolb^ (Detweiler), 
of Isaacs, of Jacob*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 2754 I Lizzie Frick, b. August 2, 1859; m. William 

M. Souder October 23, 1880; farmer; 
Mennonites ; children : Sevilla and Har- 
vey ; res., Franconia, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 343 

CHILDREN OF No. 1930. 

JOHN K. FRICK7, of Veronica Kolb^ (Detweiler), of 
Isaacs, of Jacob-*, of Isaac^, of JACoB^ of Dillman'. 

Imlivirtual Famllr 
Gen. No. No. 

8 2689 I Allen C. Frick, b. November 7, 1863; m. 

Susan Brinker April 18, 1885; clerk; 
one child, Elsie Dinsmore. 

8 2690 2 Francis Frick, b. August 18, 1869. 

8 2691 3 Fbiicr Frick, b. February 24, 1872; d. Oc- 

tober 17, 1872. 

8 2692 4 Clayton Frick, b. October i, 1874. 

8 2693 5 John C. Frick, b. November 10, 1879. 

8 2694 6 Eva Frick, b. February 19, 1887; d. Feb- 
ruary 8, 1888; of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1931. 

AMANDA FRICK7 (Kolb), of Veronica Kolb^ (Det- 
weiler), of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 2695 I Fannie Knlp, b. May 19, 186 1. 

8 2696 2 Lizzie Knlp,h. January 10, 1864; m. John 

F. Lederach, of Lederachsville, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa., December 20, 1880; 
merchant. 

8 2697 3 Allen Knlp, b. December 8, 1867; d. Au- 

gust 25, 1869. 

8 2698 4 Amanda Knlp, b. January 28, 1871. 

8 2699 5 John Knlp, b. June 12, 1875. 



344 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1932. 

EMMA F. FRICK7 (Bergey), of Veronica Kolb^ (Det- 
weiler), of Isaac^, of Jacob-*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

iDrtividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 2700 I Horace F. Bcrgcy, b. April 30, 1865 ; m. 

Annie M. Landis January 24, 1884; 
Mennonites ; children : Elwood, Mary. 

8 2701 2 Mary Emma F. Bcrgcy, b. May 5, 1868 ; m. 

William F. Hockman September 19, 
1885; .she is a Mennonite ; children: 
Warren, Wilson. 

8 2702 3 Kate F. Bcrgcy, b. February 8, 1875. 

Souderton, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1933. 

KATE FRICK7 (Delp), of Veronica Kolb^ (Detweiler), 
of Isaacs, of Jacob-*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 2703 I Jennie F. Delp, b. July 3, 1869; m. Garret 

S. Nice November 17, 1888; huckster. 

8 2704 2 FJlie F. Delp, b. July 10, 1873. 
8 2705 3 Katie F. Delp, b. January 21, 1876. 

All of Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1934. 

MATILDA JANE FRICK? (Erney), of Veronica 
Kolb^ (Detweiler), of Isaac^ of Jacob-*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^, 
of Dillman'. 

8 2706 I Ervin F. Erney, b. January 3, 1870. 

8 2707 2 Oscar F. Erney, b. March 30, 1873 

Of Bucks county, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 345 

CHILDREN OF No. i935>^. 

ANN KULP7 (Moyer), of MosEs^ of Isaacs, of Jacob*, 
of Isaacs of Jacob^ of Dillman\ 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

8 2708 I Emma Moycr, b. March 9, 1866; d. Febru- 

ary II, 1889; m. Milton Stover; chil- 
dren : Katie, Arthur. 

8 2709 2 Allen K. Moyer, b. January 25, 1868; d. 
June 20, 1884. 

8 2710 3 Elizabeth Moyer, b. August 4, 1869; m. 
Samuel Rohr June 5, 1889. 

8 27 II 4 £/Av/ J/^yrr, b. December 9, 1870. 

8 2712 5 Leidy K. Moyer, b. July 26, 1872; d. July 

8, 1873. 

All of Bucks county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1939. 

BARBARA KULP? (Kulp), of MosEs^ of Isaacs, of 
Jacob*, of Isaacs of Jacobs of Dillman'. 

8 2713 I Jacob Kulp, b. April 12, 183 1 ; m. Elizabeth 

Gill December 28, 1864 ; children : Har- 
riet, Margaret, Levi, Nancy, Cornelius, 
Sarah, Noah ; of Bucks county, Pa. 

8 2714 2 Catharine Kulp, b. March 21, 1833; m, 
Jacob Haldeman ; children : Isaac, Sarah, 
Andrew, Mary, William ; Bucks county, 
Pa. 



34^ KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1940. 

HENRY K. MEYERS^, of Sarah Kolb*^ (Meyers), of 
Johns, of Jacob'*, of Isaac3, of JACOB^ of Dillmax'. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. Xo. 

8 2715 I Levi K. Meyers, h.'xw 1843; d. in 1887. 

8 2716 2 HiddaJi Meyers, h.n\ 1848; m. Amos Mey- 
ers in 1868: farmer; Mennonites ; chil- 
dren : Clara, Henry, Horace, Edward, 
Annetta, Samuel, Alice, Susanna, Charles, 
" Baby." 

8 2717 3 Elias Meyers, b. in 1854; d. in 1862; of 

Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1942. 

ANNA MEYERS7 (Fretz), of Sarah Kolb^ (Meyers), 
of Johns, of Jacob"*, of Isaacs of Jacob-, of Dillm.an'. 

8 2718 I Jonas Fretz, b. in 1854; m. Anna Tyson in 

1887. 

8 2719 2 Elias Fretz, b. in 1855 ; m. Elizabeth Tyson 
in 1884; children: Oscar, Erwin. 

8 2720 3 SaraJi Fretz, h.\w 1858; unmarried. 

8 2721 4 J/c?/']' /vr/.o', b. in i860 ; unmarried ; of Bucks 

county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1944. 

MARIA G0DSHALL7 (Haldeman), of Elizabeth 
KoLB^ (Godshall), of Jacobs, of Jacob'*, of Isa.\c3, of Jacob^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 



KULP FAMILY. 347 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 2722 I Jacob Haldcviau, b. March 23, 1843; n^- 

Catharine Kolb June 28, 1863 ; she was 
born March 21, 1833; res., Hohiies 
county, Ohio. 

8 2723 2 Joseph Haldcmaii, b. March 7, 1845 ! he 

was burned to death in a sugar camp, 
aged five years, in Ohio. 

8 2724 3 Sjisanna Haldcuiaii, b. July 18, 1847 I ^^• 
Michael Eicher ; he died ; children : 
David, Andrew, Susanna ; she married 
a second time to Christian Lanchman, 

8 2725 4 Elisabeth Haldeinaii, b. June 13, 1850; m. 
Levi Beck, tailor ; res., Marcellus, Michi- 
gan ; no issue. 

8 2726 5 John Haldeiuaii, b. October 15, 1853; d. 
in infancy. 

8 2727 6 Sarah Haldeman, b. March 31, 1855 ; m. 
John Sugars. 

8 2728 7 Isaac Haldeman, b. July 7, 1857; m. Alda 
Lanchman ; children : Levi, Ida, Harvey. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1946. 

SAMUEL G0DSHALL7, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (God- 
shall), of Jacobs, of jAcoi?*, of Isaacs, of Jacob'', of Dillman^ 

8 2729 I Saj-ali Godshali, b. April 28, 1859; ^- April 

3, 1866. 

8 2730 2 Anna Godshali, b. April 25, 1861 ; un- 
married. 

8 2731 3 John Godshali, b. October 4, 1863; un- 

married. 

8 2732 4 James Godshali, b. January 14, 1871. 



348 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1947. 

JACOB G0DSHALL7, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Godshall), 
of Jacobs, of Jacob-*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

ladividual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 2733 I Elisabeth Godshall, b. August 6, 1855. 

8 2734 2 John Godshall, b. December 28, 1858; d. 
February 27, 1859. 

8 2735 3 Andrnv Godshall, b. November 13, 1862; 

m. Alice Martin September 18, 1889; 
she was born August 18, 1872; res., 
Indiana. 

8 2736 4 William Godshall, h.]w\Y 2\, I'^do. 

8 2737 5 Reuben Godshall, b. September 5, 1871. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1948. 

SARAH G0DSHALL7 (Brenncman), of Elizabeth 
Kolb^ (Godshall), of Jacob^, of Jacob-*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, 

of DiLLMAN'. 

8 2738 I Andrezv Brennevian, m. Mary Derr; chil- 

dren : William, John, Walter, Sarah, 
res., Indiana. 

8 2739 2 Elizabeth Bren7icman,h. h^xW 17, 1853; m. 
John Martin November 12, 1876; car- 
penter in Elkhart, Ind. ; Mennonites ; 
children : Ida Priscilla, Daniel Jacob, 
Edward Francis, Oscar Henry, Myra 
Mabel. 

8 2740 3 JoJin Brejinenian, b. February 4, 1855; d. 
February 5, 1855. 



KULP FAMILY. 349 

Individual Family 

No. No. 

2741 4 Snsauna Brc)i)icnia)i, b. February 5, 1856; 

m. Joseph Neff, farmer, in St. Joseph 
county, Ind. ; no issue. 

2742 5 Lydia Brcnncman,h. February 6, 1858; m. 

David Rider January 28, 1887; he was 
born in Holmes county, Ohio ; farmer 
in Kosciusko county, Ind. ; children : 
Archibald, George. 

2743 6 Alary Brciincuian, b. November 14, 1861 

m. Isaac N. Rodge March 20, 1884 
carpenter in Elkhart, Ind. ; children 
Jesse, Mabel. 

2744 7 Boijauiin F. Brouicvian, b. February 12, 

1864; m. Mary E. Bixler January i, 
1889; she was born February 13, 1868; 
farmer in St. Joseph county, Ind. ; one 
child, Agnes. 

2745 8 Sophia Brouicmaii, b. July 20, 1866; d. 

April 21, 1867. 

2746 9 Salome Brcuuonan, b. July 4, 1868; un- 

married. 

2747 10 Pt'tcr Brci/iiciiiaii, b. August 30, 1870; d. 

in infancy. 

2748 II Conic/ins BrciDieuian, b. August 16, 1872. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1949. 

ISAAC GODS H ALL?, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Godshall), 
of Jacobs, of Jacob-*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of DILLMAN^ 

8 2749 I Mary ElizabctJi Godshall, b. January 28, 

i860; d. November 13, i860. 



350 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 2750 2 George H. Godshall, b. May 13, 1862; d. 
May 29, 1 88 1. 

8 275 1 3 Alatilda B. GodsJiall, b. in Tuscarawas 

county, Ohio, September 9, 1864; m. 
David Deisch ; children: Elmer, 
Amanda. 

8 2752 4 John F. GodsJuill, b. in Tuscarawas county, 
Ohio, February 26, 1867. 

S 2753 5 Joseph H. Godshall, b. in Tuscarawas, Ohio, 

July 2, 1869. 

8 2754 6 Sarah J. Godshall, b. in Kosciusko county, 
Ind., January 24, 1873. 

8 2755 7 Anna L. Godshall, b. October 12, 1875. 

8 2756 8 Ina E. Godshall, b. October 26, 1878; d. 
December 12, 1879. 

8 2757 9 Dora A. Godshall, h.Sci^icmhGV 22, I'&'&i. 
8 2758 10 D. William Godshall, h. October 25, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 195 1. 

ELIZABETH GODSHALL^ (Kendle), of Elizabeth 
KoLB^ (Godshall), of Jacobs, of Jacob*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Raeliel Kendle, b. June 10, i860. 

2 Andreio Kendle, b. June ii, 1862. 

3 Benjamin Kendle, b. May 12, 1864. 

4 John F. Kendle, b. February 12, 1866. 

5 Sophia Kendle, b. March 29, 1868. 

6 Emanuel Kendle, b. April 27, 1870. 



8 


2759 


8 


2760 


8 


2761 


8 


2762 


8 


2763 


8 


2764 



KULP FAMILY. 35 I 

CHILDREN OF No. 1952. 

NOAH LANDIS7, of Catharine Kolb^ (Landis), of 
Jacobs, of Jacob'*, of Isaacs of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 
No. .No. 

2765 I JoJui F. Landis, b. August 12, 1850; m. 

Tansy Robinson, of Wakarusa, Ind., in 
the Fall of 1868 ; employed in the starch 
mills at Elkhart, Ind. ; children : Hattie, 
Noah, Delbert, May, Edith, Nellie, Bes- 
sie. 

8 2766 2 Catharine Love Landis, b. October 27, 185 i ; 
m. Henry Kronk, of Locke township, 
Elkhart county, Ind. ; farmer; children: 
Ulysses, Jesse, Ozark. 

8 2767 3 Elizabeth Ann Landis, h. A]in\ 8, 1854; m. 

George Oberholzer, of Harrison town- 
ship, Elkhart county, Ind. ; live in Locke 
township ; farmer ; Dunkards ; children : 
Alice, m. John Bowlman ; Monroe, Bar- 
bara, William, Joseph, Ida, Alonzo. 

8 2768 4 Lneinda L^andis, b. February 6, 1857; d. in 
1 878 ; was married to William McGowen ; 
one child, Oliver Andrew Jackson Mc- 
Gowen. 

8 2769 5 Jerome Landis, b. September 20, 1861 ; m. 
Malinda Ringler February 12, 1884; 
railroading ; res., Elkhart, Ind. ; chil- 
dren : Floyd, Calvin, Zoa, Aravilla. 



352 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1953. 

ALPHEUS LANDIS7, of Catharine Kolb« (Landls), 
of Jacobs, of Jacob", of Isaac^, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Faniilv 
G^n. No. No." 

8 2770 I Benjamin Landis,h.^ldiy 26, 1852; m. El- 

mira Eash October 29, 1876; she was 
born December 29, 1858; carpenter; 
Dunkards ; children : Harvey, Mina, 
George, Clemence ; res., Holmes county, 
Ohio. 

8 2771 2 ^//.c-^r/^r/// Z<?;/rt'/j-, b. July 10, 1853 ; m. Sam- 

uel Wenger December 20, 1881 ; he was 
born May 2, 1846; farmer; Mennonites ; 
children : Daniel, Nora, Cora, Jonas, 
Anna ; Holmes county, Ohio. 

8 2772 3 Joseph T. Landis, b. September 29, 1854; 

m. Rose Messer October 11, 1877; she 
was born May 22, 1854; carpenter in 
Kansas ; Mennonites ; children : Arley, 
Alpheus, Ellen, Cela. 

8 2773 4 yi/w/Z<7;/^//j.-,b. March 21, 1857; m. Amanda 
Seltzer December 9, 1877 ; she was born 
INIarch 16, 1861 ; farmer in McPherson 
county, Kansas ; Mennonites ; children : 
William, Delia, Cora, Eddy. 

8 2774 5 RacJicl Landis, b. February 27, i860; d. 
October 12, 1871. 

8 2775 6 Catharine Landis, h. February 11, 1864; m. 

Christian Miller January 31, 1882; he 
was born January 23, 1853; farmer in 
Kansas ; Mennonites ; children : Mina, 
Barbara. Charles. 



KULP FAMILY. 353 



Individual 
Gen. No. 



8 2776 7 William Landis, b. January 13, 1866; m, 
Emma Smith September 4, 1888; she 
was born February 14, 1872; butcher; 
one child, Lester, born in Hohnes county, 
Ohio. 

8 2777 8 Charles Landis, b. July 11, 1868, in Holmes 
county, Ohio. 

8 2778 9 Fannie E. Landis, b. September 17, 1872, in 
Tuscarawas county, Ohio. 

8 2779 10 Rcnhen R. Landis, b. March 21, 1874, in 
Tuscarawas county, Ohio. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1955. 

TOBIAS LANDIS7, of Catharine Kolb^ (Landis), of 
Jacobs, of Jacob'*, of Isaacs of Jacobs of Dillman^ 

8 2780 I Oliver La }id is, h. Stpiember 2\, 1869. 

8 2781 2 ^rt-w/zr/ /.^''''^i^w, b. October 5, 1871. 

8 2782 3 Salome Landis, b. September 14, 1874. 

8 2783 4 Aurelia Landis, b. December 8, 1876. 

8 2784 5 Harry Landis, b. May 10, 1880. 

All of Holmes county, O. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1956. 
JACOB W. KOLB7, of IsAAC^ of Jacobs, of JAC0B^ of 

IsAAC3, of JaCOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

8 2785 I T/rtrr/r/ AW/, b. January 7, 1866; d. March 

12, 1866. 



Gen. 

8 


2786 


8 


2787 


8 


2788 


8 


2789 


8 


2790 


8 


2791 



354 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

No. " 

2 Margaret Kiilp, b. December 30, 1867. 

3 Levi Kidp. b. October 4, 1868. 

4 Nancy Sophia Kiilp, b. November 7, 1871 ; 
d. June 30, 1879. 

5 Cornelius Knlp, b. February 18, 1875. 

6 Sarah Jane Knlp, b. March 30, 1879. 

7 NoaJi Knlp, b. December 29, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1957. 

CATHARINE KOLB^ (Haldeman), of IsAAC^ of Jacobs, 
of Jacoc^ of Isaacs of JAcoB^ of Dillman'. 

8 2792 I Isaac Abraham Haldeman, .h.]w\y n, 1865 ; 

single. 

8 2793 2 Sarah Maria Haldeman, b. July 15, 1868; 

m. Daniel W. Krider July 23, 1888, 
South Bend, Ind. ; one child, Mabel C. 
Krider. 

8 2794 3 Andrew F. Haldeman, b. January 3, 1871 ; 
single. 

8 2795 4 Mary Sophia Haldeman, b. September 12, 

1873- 
8 2796 5 Jrdliam Jacob Haldeman, h. August g, i8y6. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1958. 
ABRAHAM KULP7, of IsAAc^ of Jacobs, of Jacob^ of 

ISAAC3, of JaCOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 



KULP FAMILY. 355 

Individual Familv 

Gen. No. No. 

8 2797 I Sai-ali Jane Kulp, b. July 29, 1861 ; m. 

Daniel R. Baker, of Elkhart county, 
Ind., April 10, 1886; he was born Oc- 
tober 22, i860; one child, Ada. 

8 2798 2 Lifant, b. July i, 1862; d. aged one month. 

8 2799 3 67/<:?/-/rjr A7///, b. September 9, 1866; d. Feb- 
ruary 18, 1867. 

8 2800 4 Eluicr Lorenzo Kulp, b. December 15, 1867; 
m. Nellie Moon, of Elkhart, Ind., June 
23, 1889; carriage trimmer in Elkhart. 

8 2801 5 Antlia Livcra Kulp, b. October 21, 1873; 

lives with her father S. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1959. 

JOSEPH KOLB7, of IsAAc^ of J.^cobs, of Jacob*, of 
IsAAc3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 



2802 


I 


Esther Kulp, deceased, 


2803 


2 


Isaae Kulp. 


2804 


3 


Samuel Kulp. 


2805 


4 


Thomas Kulp. 


2806 


5 


Susanna Kulp. 


2807 6 
All of Millb 


Joseph Kulp. 
irook, Michigan. 



CHILDREN OF No. i960. 
MARY KULP7 (Gill), of IsAAc^ of Jacobs, of JACOB^ of 
Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 2808 I Frank Gill, b. December 13, 1873. 

8 2809 2 Alice Gill, b. November 13, 1877. 
8 2810 3 Charles Gill, b. May 7, 1884. 



356 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 1961. 

MARGARET KULP^ (Jones), of IsAAC^ of Jacobs, of 
Jacob*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 28 1 1 I Ell 01 Jones, h. dihout iSyo. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1962. 

LYDIA KULP7 (Long), of Isa.^^c^ of Jacobs, of Jacob*, 
of Isaacs of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 2812 I Clara Long, b. May 15,1 864, Elkhart county, 

Ind. 

8 2813 2 Francis Long, \). December i, 1866, Elkhart 
county, Ind. 

8 2814 3 ////"cr/z/j^-^i;/, b. August 28, 1869 ; d. in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1963. 

SOPHIA KULP7 (Hager), of IsAAc^ of Jacobs, of Jacob*, 
of IsAAc3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 2815 I Julius Franklin Liagcr, b. April 11, 1866; 

m. Louella Brubaker April 22, 1888, St. 
Joseph county, Ind ; one child, Floyd 
Hager. 

8 2816 2 William H. Hager, b. February 13, 1869. 

8 2817 3 Margaret J\L. Hager, h. K^xW 23, 1872; m. 

FrankHn Miller July 7, 1889; one child, 
Milo Vernon Miller ; Elkhart, Ind. 

8 2818 4 Lsaac Echvard Hager,h.]\x\\&6, iZj^^. 



KULP FAMILY. 357 



Iuiiivi.iua.1 FaimK 

Gen. No. 



8 2819 5 Lia Irene Hagcr, b. November 8, 1876. 

8 2820 6 Harry J. Hagcr, b. August 29, 1878 ; d. No- 
vember, 1880. 

8 2821 7 Pearly May Hager, b. December 18, 1880. 

8 2822 8 Harvey Elmer Hager, b. May 22, 1880 ; d. 
February 8, 1884. 

8 2823 9 Andrezo F. Hager, b. May 3, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1974. 

PETER KULP7, of Henry^ of J.acobs, of Jacob*, of 
IsAAc3, of Jacobs of Dii.lman^ 

8 2824 ■ 1 Louisa Ellen Knlp, b. February 2, 1873. 

8 2825 2 Susie Etta Knlp, b. September 4, 1874. 

8 2826 3 Fannie Catharine Kulp, b. April 3, 1876. 

8 2827 4 Henry C. Kulp, b. August i, 1877. 

8 2828 5 Aaron A. Kulp, b. October 14, 1879. 

8 2829 6 Sarah E. Kulp, b. June 26, 1882; d. 1888. 

8 2830 7 y^/rvV^ r^'/^/^r.? Kulp, b. July i, 1885. 

8 2831 8 Eda Kulp,h. March 10, 1888. 

All of Holmes county, Ohio. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1988. 

CATHARINE S. KULP? (Kulp), of Abraham^ of Abra- 
ham5, of Jacob*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of DILLMAN^ 

8 2832 I Jacob K. Kulp, b. October 31, i: 

(K. F.— 24.) 



358 KULP FAMILY. 

luilividual Family 
Gen, Xo. No. 

8 2833 2 Abraham K. Kulp, b. May 10, 1871. 

8 2834 3 Sallic K. Kulp, b. August 21, 1873. 

8 2835 4 Mary K.^Kulp, b. February 11, 1876; d. 

June 7, 1880. 

8 2836 5 John K. Kulp, b. March 4, 1879,111 Bucks 

county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1989. 

JACOB S. KULP7, of A BRAHAM^ of Abrahams, of Jacobs 
of Isaacs of Jacobs of Dillman'. 

8 2837 I Catharine Kulp, b. in 1870; tl. April ii, 

1877- 

8 2838 2 Henry Kulp, b. in 1872; d. April 7, 1877. 

8 2839 3 Sarali Kulp, b. in 1876; d. April 24, 1876. 

8 2840 4 Jacob Kulp, b. in 1878. 

8 2841 5 Annie Kulp, b. in 1879. 

8 2842 6 Isaac Kulp, h.xn I'^^o. 

8 2843 7 Liccie Kulp, b. in 1882. 

8 2844 8 //^?;-<'n' A''///, b. in 1884. 

8 2845 9 /<V/// A'////, b. in 1886. 

8 2846 10 Samuel Kulp, b. in 1888, in Bucks county, 
Fa.' 



KULP FAMILY. 359 

CHILDREN OF No. 1990. 

JACOB K. OBERHOLZER7, of Anna Kolb^ (Ober- 
holzer), of Abrahams, of Jacob*, of Isaac^, of JACOB^ of Dill- 
man'. 



ludiviiluu: 
Gen. No. 



8 2847 I Martin ObcrJiolrjcr, b. January 26, 1 851; m. 

Kate Hunsberger, of Blooming Glen, 
March 17, 1888; Bridgetown steam mill. 

8 2848 2 Hetty Oln'r/io/rjcr, b. January 21, 1853; m. 

Levi L. Moyer December 20, 1873; 
Mennonites ; children : Emma, Annie, 
Jacob. 

8 2849 3 Ajuiic ObcrJwlzcr, b. March 29, 1855; m. 
Abraham M. Hunsicker May 27, 1876; 
miller ; Mennonites ; children : Sallie, 
Katie, Jacob, Hannah. 

8 2850 4 .S^?///t' O/w/f^/sr/', b. June 2, 1858 ; m. George 
A. Schriver November 27, 1881 ; farmer, 
and herding cattle in Harvey county, 
Kansas ; Lutherans ; children : Richard, 
Nola, and two dead. 

8 2851 5 Joseph Oberhoher, b. July 29, i860; m. 

Sallie Letherman September 29, 1883; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : Hannah, 
Lizzie. 

8 2852 6 /<'?r^<^ C/^t7'//(?/.s'<:7',b. August 17, 1867 ; miller 
by occupation. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1992. 

ABRAHAM M. KULP?, of JAC0B^ of Abrahams, of 
Jacob*, of Isaac^, of JACOB^ of Dillman'. 



360 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. Xo. Xo. 

8 2853 I Harvey S. Kidp, b. July 25, 1862 ; m. Mary 

L. Moyer, of Richlandtown, Pa., May 
24, 1887 ; clerk; one child. Lottie Erma 
Kulp, b. April 2, 1888. 

8 2854 2 Mary A. Kii/p, b. September 12, 1864. 

8 2855 3 Jacob S. Kulp, b. September i, 1866. 

8 2856 4 Willis S. Kulp, b. November 28, 1869. 

8 2857 5 Lizdc S. Kulp, b. November 28, 1871. 

8 2858 6 Ella A. Kulp, b. :\Iay 20, 1873. 

8 2859 7 Abraham S. Kulp, b. September 30, 1875. 

8 2860 8 Carrie S. Kulp, b. November 14, 1878. 
All born at Steinsburg, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1994. 

SARAH S. KULP7 (Kratz), of JoH^•^ of Abr.\h.\m5, of 
Jacob*, of Lsaac^, of Jacob^ of Dillmax'. 

8 2861 I Ulysses K. Kratz, b. July 9, 1869, Fran- 

conia, Pa. 

8 2862 2 Katie K. Kratz, b. July 27, 1873, Franconia, 

Pa. 

8 2863 3 John K. Kratz, b. May 4, 1875 ; d. Septem- 

ber 14. 1875. 

8 2864 4 Abraham K. Kratz, b. July 21, 1876. 
8 2865 5 Sallie K. Kratz, b. June 22, 1878. 

All of Franconia, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 36 1 

CHILDREN OF No. 1995. 

ANNA S. KULP7 (Rosenberger), of John^ of Abrahams, 
of Jacoh'*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman\ 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. Xo. ' 

8 2866 I JoliH K. Rosoihcrgcr, b. November 29, 1872 ; 

d. July 29, 1873. 

8 2867 2 Erviii K. Rosoibcrgcr, b. November 29, 1 872 ; 

d. July 25, 1873 ; twins. 

3 Sallic K. Rosenberger, b. June 18, 1874. 

4 Katie K. Rosenberger, b. March 17, 1879. 

5 Anna Mary K. Rosenberger, b. May 28, 1882. 

6 Carrie K. Rosenberger, b. December 29, 
1884. 



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2870 


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CHILDREN OF No. 1996. 

ELIZABETH S. KULP^ (Kratz), of JoH^^ of Abrahams, 
of Jacob'^, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman^ 

8 2872 I Harvey K. Kratrj, b. February 14, 1879. 

8 2873 ■ 2 Katie K. Kratz, b. April 29, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1998. 

SARAH ANN D. KULP^ (Kolb), of DAVID^ of Abra- 
hams, of Jacob"*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 2874 I Harvey K. Kidp, b. May 28, 1881 ; of Bucks 

county, Pa. 

8 2875 2 David K. Kulp, b. May 10, 1884; d. April 
30, 1888. 



362 KULP FAMILY. 

Indiviiiual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 2S76 3 Katie K. Kulp, b. April 4, 1887; d. August 

27. 1887. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2004. 

MARY KULP7 (Kolb), of Henr\^ of Dillmans, of 
Jacobs of Isaacs of JAcoB^ of Dillmax'. 

8 2877 I Henry Kulp. 

8 2878 2 Dillmaii Kulp. 

8 2879 3 Aiiiauda Kulp. 

8 2880 4 Lizzie Kulp. 

All of Buck.s county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2006. 

HESTER KULP7 (Fretz), of HE^•RV^ of Dillmans, of 
Jacob'*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 2881 I Sarah Ann Fretz, b. February 10, 1869. 

8 2882 2 Henry K. Fretz, b. April 14, 1870. 

8 2883 3 Emma Jane Fretz, b. April 18, 1872; d. 

December 6, 1876. 

8 2884 4 Catharine K. Fretz, h. \^^x\\ J, i^-]^. 

8 2885 5 Harvey K. Fretz, b. January 12, 1878; of 

Hilltown, Buck.s county. Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 363 

CHILDREN OF No. 2007. 

ELIZABETH KULP^ (Kolb), of HENRY^ of Dillman^, 
of Jacob"*, of Isaacs, of JACOB^ of Dillman^ 

ludividual Family 

Geu. .No. So. 

8 2886 I Catharine Kidp, b. in 1870; d. April 11, 

1877. 

8 2887 2 Hcuiy Kuip,h,\n 1872; d. April 11, 1877. 

8 2888 3 y^/;rrt//^;;/ A'////, b. in 1873; d. April 7, 1877. 

8 2889 4 Sarah Kulp, b. in 1876; d. April 24, 1876. 

8 2890 5 Jacob Kulp, h.'m 1878. 

8 2891 6 Annie Kulp, h.'xw 1879. 

8 2892 7 Isaac Kulp, b. in 1880. 

8 2893 8 Liccie Kulp, b. in 1882. 

8 2894 9 Harvey Kulp, b. in 1884. 

8 2895 10 John Kulp, b. in 1886. 

8 2896 II 5rt;w/t7 AW/, b. in 1888. 

AH of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2009. 

SARAH ANN KULP? (Strou.se), of Henry^ of Dill- 
man5, of Jacob*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 2897 I Katie K. Stvousc, b. August 22, 1879. 

8 2898 2 Lizzie K. Strouse, b.July3, 1881. 

8 2899 3 Mary K. Strouse, b. November i, 1882. 

8 2900 4 Emma K. Strouse, b. May 23, 1884. 

8 2901 5 Harry K. Strouse, b. July 23, 1885; of 

Bucks county. Pa. 



364 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

No. No. 

2902 6 Harvey K. Strousc, b. February 8, 1887. 



Gen, 



8 2903 7 ^;////r A'. 5/;w/^r, b. July 16, 1888; of Bucks 
county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2010. 

JACOB H. KULP7, of HENRV^ of Dillman^, of Jacob^, 
of I.SAAC3, of Jacob^ of Dii.lma.\\ 

8 2904 I Harvey K. Kulp, b. May 28, 1881. 

8 2905 2 David K. Kulp, b. May 10, 1884; d. April 

30, 1888. 

8 2906 3 Katie K. Kulp, b. April 4, 1887; d. August 
27, 1887; of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2015. 
ANNA KULP7 (Smith), of JAcoB^ of Henrvs, of JACoB^ 

of ISAAC3, of JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN^ 

8 2907 I J/^rrj' ^//// A";/////!, b. February 2, 1868. 

8 2908 2 Li.zcie Smith, b. September 20, 1 869. 

8 2909 3 Harvey Sviitli, b. April 17, 1872. 

8 2910 4 Jacob Smith, b. August 26, 1875. 

8 29 1 1 5 Hoiry Smith, b. October 7, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2016. 

JOHN H. KULP7, of JAcoB^ of Henrys, of Jacob^, of 
IsAAc3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 365 

Individual FamilT 

No. 

1 AbraJiaui K. Kulp, b. May lO, 1 87 I. 

2 Sallic K. Kulp, b. Auijiist 21, 1873. 

3 Mary K. Kiilp, b. February 11, 1876; d. 

June 7, 1880. 

2915 4 Jolui K. Kulp, b. March 4, 1879; ^f Bucks 

county, Pa. 



Gen. 

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2913 


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2914 



CHILDREN OF No. 2019. 

HENRY M. KULP' (Kolb), of IsAAC^ of Henrys, of 
Jacob'', of Isaac^, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 2916 I /.w^rr A'. /w///, b. March 21,1865. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2020. 

ELIZABETH KULP? (Hockman), of Isaac^, of Henry^ 
of Jacob4, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 2917 I Anna K. Plocknian, b. August 14, 1871. 

8 2918 2 ]\larga}-ct Hockman, h. Augnst 2^, 1873. 

8 2919 3 Mary Hockman, b. January 24, 1875. 

8 2920 4 Isaac K. Hockman, b. P'ebruary 20, 1878. 

8 2921 5 John K. Hockman, b. June 21, 1880; of 

Bucks county, Pa. 



366 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2021. 

HENRY KULP7, of Joseph^, of Henry^ of JACOB^ of 
IsAAc3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

Iudivi.lu:il Family 

Gen. No. .No. 

8 2922 I Lizzie Kulp.h. February 10, 1869; d. Sep- 

tember 12, I i 



^n ' 



923 2 JoJui Kulp, b. February 17, 1876. 

2924 3 Aaro)i Kulp, b. February 17, 1876; twin.s ; 
both died in infancy. 



CHH^DREN OF No. 2023. 

ANNA KULP7 (Charle.s), of Joseph^, of Henrys, of 
Jacobs, of Isaac^, of JAcoB^ of Dillman'. 

8 2925 I Joseph Charles, b. March 24, 1876. 
8 2926 2 Charles, died. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2049. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL^ (Swartley), of Jesse CASSEL^ 
of Catharine Kolb^ (Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaac3, of Jacob^, 

of DiLLMAN'. 

8 2927 I Jaeob Sicartley, m. Martha Hun.sicker. 

8 2928 2 Isaae Sivartley, m. Ella V. Hendricks. 

8 2829 3 Wellington Sunirtley. 

8 2930 4 Abraham SiK;artley. 

8 2931 5 John Sicartley. 

8 2932 6 Mary Szvartley. 



KULP FAMILY. 367 

ndiviiual Family 

Xo, No. 

8 2933 7 Harry Szcartlcy, of Towamensing, Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. 



Gen. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2049^.^. 

ANNA CASSEL7 (Delp), of Jesse CASSEL^ of Cath.\- 
RiNE Kolbs (Cassel), of Isaac^ of Isaacs, of JACOB^ of Dill- 
man'. 

8 2934 I Katie Del p. 

8 2935 2 Einaiida Del p. 

8 2936 3 Samuel Delp, decea.sed ; of Kulpsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2050. 

ELIZA CASSEL7 (Kolb), of Isa.^c Cassel^, of Catha- 
rine Kolrs (Cassel), of Isaac+, of Isaacs, of J.^cob^ of Dill- 
man'. 

8 2937 I Catharine Kiilp, b. September 4, 1864; m. 

Harvey Landis. 

8 2938 2 Isaae Kulp, b. May 28, 1867; m. Lizzie 

Metz. 

8 2939 3 Sallie Kulp, b. September 6, 1869. 

8 2940 4 Liz::.ie Kulp, b. September 20, 1871 ; m. 
William Nace. 

8 2941 5 //^r/v:!' AW/, b. May II, 1874. 

8 2942 6 Fraueis Kulp, b. December 30, 1876. 

8 2943 7 Maggie Kulp, b. October 21, 1878; d. June 
26, 1889. 

8 2944 8 ^/^/vr/MW A';///, b. June 13, 1880. 



368 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Familv 

Gen. Xo. Xo. 

8 2945 9 JoJiii Kiilp, b. April 21, 1882; d. May 13, 

1882. 

8 2946 10 Irvin Kn'p, b. June 15, 1883. 

8 2947 II Annie Kitlp, b. March 28, 1886. 
All of Towamensing, near Kulpsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2051. 

LOVINA CASSEL7 (Cassel), of Isaac CASSEL^ of 
Catharine Kolbs (Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ 

of DlLLMAN\ 

1 Lillic Cassel. 

2 Walter Cassel. • 

3 lilabel Cassel. 

4 Reheeea Cassel. 

5 Harry Cassel, died young. 

6 Xorinan Cassel, died }'Oung. 

7 ]]\>rthingto)i Cassel, d. young; b. at Kulps- 
ville. Pa. 



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2953 


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2954 



CHILDREN OF No. 1552. 

ELI CASSEL^ of Catharine Kolbs (Cassel), of IsAAC^ 
of IsAAC3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

7 a I £nos Cassel, m. I\Iary Erb ; res., Lansdale, 

Pa. 

7 b 2 Cathari)ie Cassel. 

7 c 3 Eli Cassel, married. 



KULP FAMILY. 369 

CHILDREN OF No. 2058. 

MARY LEIDY7 (Kinzer), of Rachel Cassel^ (Leidy), 
of Catharine Kolbs (Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^ 
of Dillman'. 

luJividual Faniilv 
Geu. Xo. N". 

8 2965 I Williavi H. Kinder, b. September 4, 1858; 

m. Tillie Ballentine ; res., Oakland, Juni- 
ata county. Pa. ; farmer. 

8 2966 2 Clinton Moody Kinzer, b. September i, 1862 ; 
died young. 

8 2967 3 LntJicr Scliindlc Kinzer, b. September i, 

1862; m. Emma Smith; he i.s a school 
teacher; res., Juniata county. Pa. 

8 2968 4 Sarah Jane Kinzer, b. January 5, 1865 ; m. 
John Ballentine ; he served as County 
Commissioner for the county of Juniata 
in 1890. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2059. 

ELI LP^IDY^, of Rachel Cassel^ (Leidy), of Catha- 
rine Kolbs (Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dill- 
man'. 

8 2969 I William H. Leidy, b. August 11, 1866; m. 

Mary Engel on June 29, 1889; she was 
born February 15, 1870. 

8 2970 2 Franklin J. Leidy, b. August 15, 1868; d. 
March 8, 1871. 

8 2971 3 Charles C. Leidy, b. May i, 1871. 

8 2972 4 Milton E. Leidy, b. July 3, 1874; d. Febru- 
ary 13, 1876; of Philadelphia, Pa. 



370 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2060. 
JOSIAH LEIDY7, of Rachel Cassel^ (Leidy), of 
Catharine Kolbs (Cassel), of IsAAc^ of Isaac^, of Jacob^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

ludii'lual Family 

Gen. No. No." 

^ 2973 1 Ada Lcidy, b. about 1870; m. Ambro.se J. 

Martin September, 1889, a .surveyor and 
conveyancer, Juniata county. Pa. 

2 Mary Leidy, died, aged 14 years. 

3 Aiiiiic Leidy, died young. 

4 Lizzie Leidy, b. June 15, 1874. 

5 Maggie Leidy, b. May 20, 1877. 

6 Willie Leidy, b. November 4, 1882 ; of Juni- 
ata count}'. Pa. 



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2977 


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2978 



childrp:n of No. 2062. 

ANNA RATZEL7 (P>eed), C\tiiakine Cassel^ (Ratzel), 
of Catharine Kolb^ (Cassel), of I.saac*, of Isaac^, of Jacob^, 

of DiLLMAN'. 

8 2979 I Charles R. Freed, h. September 13, 1851 ; d. 

August 22. 1852. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2063. 

CHARLES RATZEL7, of Catharine Cassel^ (Ratzel), 
of Catharine Kolbs (Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaac^, of Jacob", 

of DiLLMAN'. 

Charles Ratzel^ married Catharine Giffins ; had 10 child- 
ren, viz.: 

8 a I Annie Ratzel, m. Milton Hoffman ; res., 

Flourtown, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 3/1 

Indivirlual Familr 
Gen. No. No. 

8 b 2 Kate Ratzcl, m. James Potter ; res., Norris- 

town, Pa. 

8 c 3 Jennie Ratzcl, m. first, John Wheeler, and 

second, Charles McCool ; res., Flour- 
town, Pa., 

8 d 4 Irunn Raf.zel, m. P2mma Jordan ; res.. Chest- 

nut Hill. 

8 e 5 Cliarles Rat.zcl, m. Laura Bonter ; res., Nor- 

ristown, Pa. 

8 f 6 Ida Ratzel, m. William Brandt ; res., Center 

Point, Pa 

"^ g 7 C'/Zzv/'AWo't'/, m. Laura Richie ; res., Ambler, 

Pa. 

8 h 8 Sylvester Ratzel, m. P^mma Gable ; res., 

Kneedler station. Pa. 

8 i 9 Edmund Ratrjel, single ; Kneedler. 

8 j lo Bertha Ratz;el, single. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2064. 
SARAH KEYSER7 (Kolb), of Elizabeth Cassel^ 
(Keyser), of Catharine Kolrs (Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaac^, 
of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 2986 I Artm// A';/^, m. Margaret Cassel ; she died ; 

he married again to Miss Cassel, 

sister to the first wife. 
8 2987 2 Lizzie Kulp, m. Samuel Mather. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2071. 
JACOB KOLB7, of Ann Ca.ssel^ (Kolb), of Catharine 
Kolbs (Cassel), of Isaac*, of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 2988 I One child, died in infancy. 



3/2 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 20S0. 

ELIZABETH ALDERFER^ (Bean), of JACOB^ of 
Fredericks, of Elizabeth Kolb+ (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

Have children ; res., Mainland, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2082. 

BENJAMIN HENDRICKS^, of Molly Alderfer^ 
(Hendricks), of Frederick^ of Elizabeth Kolb'* (Alderfer), 
of IsAAc3, of Jacob^, of Dillmax'. 

Iu.liviaii;il F.iniily 

Gen. No. Xo. 

8 2993 I Mary Hendricks, b. May 13, 1845; ^'^■ 

Charles Ruth ; children : Alice, Jennie 
and Walter. 

8 2994 2 Jacob Hendricks, b. November 11, 1846; d. 
aged 4 years. 

8 -995 3 J^^^^'^ Hendricks, \i. November 27, 1848; m. 

Mary Shell ; children : Miriam, Laura, 
Benjamin, Howard, John, Charles. 

8 2996 4 Barbara Hendricks, b. October 25, 1851 ; d. 
aged 5 months. 

8 2997 5 Minerva Hendricks, b. June 15, 1854; m. 

Emil C. H. Funk ; children : Elmer, 

Estella. 

8 2998 6 Amanda Hendricks, b. January 18, 1857; 
m. Frederick Bro\vn^vorth ; children : 
Eugene, Ettie. 

8 2999 7 SaraJi Hendricks, b. April 5, 1859; d. aged 
6 or 7 years ; residing in Philadelphia. 



KULP FAMILY. 373 

CHILDREN OF No. 2087. 

ELIZABETH HENDRICKS^ (Pennypacker), of Molly 
Alderfer^ (Hendricks), of Frederick^, of Elizabeth Kolb'+ 
(Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillmax\ 



Gen. 



lu'lnidual Familv 
No. No. 

8 3000 I John Pcimypackcr, b. October 25, 1851; d. 

December 16, 185 i. 

3001 2 Daniel Penny packer, b. March 12, 1853; d. 
January 5, 1855. 

3002 3 Mary Pennypacker, b. July 3, 1856 ; m. John 
Speigelhalter November 20, 1876; he 
wa.s born November 26, 1853 ; children : 
Willie, Annie, Alice, Susie, John. 

3003 4 Susanna Pennypacker^h. iK.'^xW 18, 1859; m. 
D. Morris Beyers ; have two children. 

3004 5 Abraham Penny packer, b. April i, 1862; d. 
October 18, 1864. 

3005 6 William Penny packer, b. February 4, 1865 ; 
m. Miss Geisinger ; res., at Perkasie, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2088. 

HETTY ANN HENDRICKS^ (Landis),' of Molly 
Alderfer^ (Hendricks), of Fredericks, of Elizabeth Kolb"* 
(Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 3006 I Ephraim Johnson, m. ; then married Jacob 

R. Landis. 

8 3007 2 Sanmel Landis, m. Emma Gerhart, ftee 

Hoover; one child. 

(K. F.— 25.) 



374 KULP FAMILY. 

lu.lividual Family 

Gen. No. No." 

8 3008 3 Rosa Laiidis, m. Harvey Allebach ; one 

child. 

8 3009 4 Lydia Laiidis. 

8 3010 5 George Landis, of Hilltown, Bucks county, 

Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2084. 

JACOB HENDRICKS^, of Molly Alderfer^ (Hen- 
dricks), of Frederick^, of Elizabeth Kolb'^ (Alderfer), of 
Isaacs, of Jacob^ of Dillman\ 

8 301 1 I J/f^?;-/!'? /Av/^/r/cAs-, m. Tobia.s Gehman ; have 

fcnir or five chiklren. 

2 Liazic Hendricks. 

3 Hannah Hendricks. 

4 Sai all Ami Hendricks, of Buck.s county, Pa. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 2094. 

ISAAC FRP:TZ7, of Elizabeth Alderfer^ (Fretz), of 
Isaacs, of P^lizabeth Kolb* (Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^, 
of Dillman'. 

8 3020 I Jonas Fretz, b. in 1854; m. Annie Ty.son in 

in 1887. 

8 3021 2 Elias Fretz, b. in 1855 ; m. P^lizabeth Ty.son 

in 1884; children: Oscar, Ervin. 

8 3022 3 Sarali Fretz, b. in 1858; unmarried. 

8 3023 4 lilary Fretz, h.\w \^6o; unmarried; of Bed- 
minster, Bucks county, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 375 

CHILDREN OF No. . 

SARAH FRETZ7 (Oberholt), of Elizabeth Alderfer^ 
(Fretz), of Isaacs of Elizabeth Kolb+ (Alderfer), of Isaac^, 
of Jacob^, of Dillmax\ 

Ilirtivi.Uial Familr 

Gnn. No. No. 

8 3024 1 Lizzie Fritz Ohcrlu)lt,h. March 5, 1870. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2099. 

LEVI FRETZ'', of Elizabeth Alderfer^ (Fretz), of 
Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb-* (Alderfer), of Isaac3, of Jacob^, 

of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3025 I Joscpli O. Fretz, b. in 1S56; m. Hulda 

Leatherman August 2, 1879; commis- 
sion merchant. 

8 3026 2 Lizzie 0. Fretz, b. June 19, 1858; m. Israel' 
G. Crouthamel, b. September 10, 1851 ; 
children : Emerson F., Susan F., Cyrus 
F., Henry A. 

8 3027 3 Abraham 0. Fretz, b. October 29, 1859; m. 

Sue Moyer September 6, 1884; farmer; 
Mennonites ; one child, Joseph. 

8 3028 4 Mary Ann Fretz, m. Reuben D. Landis Oc- 
tober 13, 1888; farmer; noissuein 1889. 
All of Bucks county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2100. 

ELIZABETH LANDIS^ (Fretz), of Catharine Alder- 
fer^ (Landis), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of 

IsAAC3, of JaCOB^, of DlLLMAN'. 

8 3029 I Hhiria Fretz, b. January 6, 1855 ; d. May 

12, 1855. 



3/6 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
No. No. 

3030 2 Catliarine Frctz, b. October 30, 1856; m. 
Isaac M. Schwartz September 7, 1878; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children : EHza- 
beth, Annie, Ida. 

8 3031 3 Eliza Fretz, b. September 27, 1858; m, 

Mahlon Moyer. 

8 3032 4 Sarah Frctz, b. July i, i860; m. Samuel L. 
Moyer October 26, 1878; he died Feb- 
ruary 25, 1889; farmer; Mennonites; 
one child, Anna Meyers, b. January 26, 
1885 ; d. January 16, 1887. 



j'-^jj 



Barbara Frctz, b. January 7, 1863 ; m. Jacob 
Y. Moyer, Springfield, Bucks county, 
Pa., May 24, 1884 ; farmer ; Mennonites ; 
one child, Lizzie Moyer, b. January 31, 
1887; d. February g, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2101. 

MARY LANDIS7 (Hagy), of Catharine Alderfer^ 
(Landis), of Isaac^ of Elizabeth Kolb* (Alderfer), of Isaac^, 
of Jacob^ of Dillmax'. 

8 3034 I Levi Hagy, b. October 2, 1847; "i- Maria 

Yoder ; he died in 1893; children: 
Joseph Y. Hagey, b. June 16, 1886; 
Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2104. 

SARAH LANDIS7 (Meyers), of Catharine Alderfer^ 
(Landis), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb'^ (Alderfer), of Isaac^, 
of Jacob% of Dillman\ 



KULP FAMILY. 377 

Famllv 
Xo. ■ 

8 3035 I Susanna Meyers, b. January i8, 1857; m. 

John Meyers September, 1876 ; children : 
Silas, Clara, John, Nathan, Rosa, Harvey, 
John H., Nora. 

8 3036 2 Abraham L. Meyers, b. January i, 1859; m. 
\ji7.7\it Meyers May, 1879; children: 
Annie, Sarah. 

^ 3037 3 CatJiariiie L. Meyers, h. December 2, i860; 

m. Aaron Hockman December 30, 1883 ; 
farmer ; Mennonites ; children ; Sallie, 
Willis ; of Bucks county, Pa. 

8 3038 4 i9rf///r/ Z. J/grrji-, b. February 17, 1863 ; m. 
Annie Rohr February 14, 1884; farmer; 
Mennonites ; children : Kate, Harvey, 
Wallace. 

8 3039 5 Barbara Meyers, b. October 15, 1865; d. 

November 28, 1879. 

8 3040 6 Isaiah Meyers, b. December 3, 1867. 

8 3041 7 Sarah L. Meyers, b. May 5, 1870; d. Au- 

gust 24, 1870. 

8 3042 8 Mary L. Meyers, b. January 2, 1872. 

8 3043 9 Samuel L. Meyers, b. September 29, 1874; 
d. January 5, 1875 ; of Bucks county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2105. 

ABRAHAM LANDIS^, of Catharine Alderfer^ 
(Landis), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaac^, 
of Jacob'', of Dillman'. 

8 3044 I Aaron La>idis, b. March 17, 1865 ; m. Bar- 

bara Slotter June 20, 1885; farmer; 



3/8 KULP FAMILY. 

lufUviilual Family 

Gcu. Xo. So. " 

8 3044 I Mennonites ; children : Elsie, Abel, Har- 

rison. 

8 3045 2 Savutcl Laiidis, b. August 28, 1871 ; d. 

March 28, 1872; Abraham married for 
his second wife, Esther, widow of Griffith 
Jones, and daughter of Henry Shad- 
dinger, May 5, 1881; children: Abra- 
ham, William and Reuben. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2106. 

ISAAC LANDIS7, of C.\th.\rine Alderfer^ (Landis), 
of Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob^, 

of DiLLMAX'. 

8 3046 I Kate W. Landis, b. September 5, 1864; d. 

June 2, 1884; was married to John H. 
Zetty November 3, 1883, no issue. 

8 3047 2 Mary W. Landis, b. August 22, 1866; m. 

Wilson M. Underkoffler January 12, 
1889; machinist. 

8 3048 3 Daniel ]\\ Landis, b. March 5, 1869. 

8 3049 4 Lizzie \V. Landis, b. February 20, 1876; 

res., Skippack, near Evansburg, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 07. 

DANIEL A. LANDIS7, of Catharine Alderfer^ 
(Landis), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb'* (Alderfer), of Isaac^, 
of Jacob'', of Dillman^ 

8 3050 I Hiram R. Landis, b. January i, 1870. 



KULP FAMILY. 3/9 

Iudi\'idual Kaniilv 

Xo. No. " 

3051 2 Annie R. Landis, b. November 28, 1 87 1. 

3 Joseph R. Landis, b. April 25, 1874. 

4 Daniel R. iMiidis, b. February 11, 1876. 

5 Susanna R. iMndis, b. February 9, 1878. 

6 Isaac R. I^andis, b. December 25, 1879. 

7 AbraJiani R. Landis, b. March 18, 1881. 

8 Catharine R. I^andis, b. April 9. 

9 Sarah R. I^andis. 
10 ii/Zcrj" 7?. I^andis, b. January 30, 1889. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 21 10. 

RUDOLPH ALDERFER7, of Abraham 0.^ of Isaacs, 
of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaacs of JACOB^ of Dill- 
man'. 

8 3060 I Abraham B. Alderfer, b. August 11, 1854; 

m. Maggie Reiff December 31, 1881 ; 
engineer ; children : Jacob Linwood Al- 
derfer and Mary Lizzie Alderfer. 

8 3061 2 Jeremiah B. Alderfer, b. May 31, 1858; m. 

Amanda H. Price January 7, 1882 ; pianos 
and organs ; at Hatfield, Pa. ; children : 
Henry, Susan. 

8 3062 3 Lissie B. Alderfer, b. March 14, i860; m. 

Newton P. Kern March 28, 1885 ; Greens- 
burgh, Maryland ; no issue. 



380 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 21 12. 

ELIZABETH ALDERFER^ (Allebach), of Abraham 
O.^, of Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb* (Alderfer), of Isaacs of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

ludividual Familj 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3063 I Mary Allebach, b. September 27, 1863; m. 

James D. Swartley in 1883; Mennon- 
ites ; one child, Lizzie. 

8 3064 2 Romamis Alkbadi, b. August 14, 1869, 
Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 14. 

MARY ALDERFER7 (Cassel), of Abraham 0.^ of 
Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb* (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3065 I Lizzie Ann Cassel, b. August 24, 1868. 

8 3066 2 Rachel Cassel, h. April 23, 1871. 

8 3067 3 Isaiah Cassel, h. July 31, 1875, Franconia, 
Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2 11 5. 

ISAAC M. ALDERFER7, of Henry 0.^ of Isaacs, of 
Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob% of Dill- 
man'. 

8 3068 I Elisabeth Alderfer, b. November 10, i860; 

d. June 22, 1866. 

8 3069 2 Anna Alderfer, \>.]\\\\(t 21, 1862; m. Jonas 
M. Horning February 2, 1884; butcher; 
Mennonites ; children : Ella, Kate. 



KULP FAMILY. 38 1 

8 3070 3 Malinda Aldcrfcr, b. August 28, 1864; d. 

June 17, 1866. 

8 3071 4 Henry S. Aldcrfcr, b. January 5, 1867; tin- 

smith in California. 

8 3072 5 Samuel S. y^Mv/lv, b. June 23, 1868; car- 

penter ; born in Upper Salford, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2116. 

ABRAHAM M. ALDERFER^, of Hexrv 0.^ of Is.^acs, 
of Elizabeth Kolb* (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^ of Dill- 
man'. 

8 3073 I y^////c? ^/cAv/cv, b. February 1,1865; d. July 

15, 1865. 

8 3074 2 /wrA- yi/c/r;/^7-, b. March 17, 1866; m. Abra- 
ham O. Roth January 16, 1886. 

Two days after their marriage, June i8th, Mr. Roth took 
his newly made wife back to her parents from the Roth home- 
stead, and while returning to his home he took a friend, Peter 
Roth, with him in his carriage and took the road for Sellers- 
ville. As they were crossing the railroad track at Clymer's 
crossing they were caught by a wreck train, and the newly 
made husband was instantly killed. Kate married for her 
second husband Tobias K. Moyer, of Franconia, Pa. One 
child, Abraham A. Moyer. 

Iniliviciual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

8 3075 3 Mahloii Aldcrfcr, b. July 12, 1867. 

8 3076 4 Mary Ann Aldcrfcr, b. March 30, 1871. 

S 3077 5 Barbara Aldcrfcr, b. August 25, 1 876; d. 

December 12, 1878. ' 



382 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 21 17. 

BARBARA M. ALDERFER^ (Price), of Henry 0.^ of 
Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb+ (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob% 

of DiLLMAN'. 

luilivi.Uial Familv 

Geo. No. Xo. 

8 3078 I .-J/^/z^z /'mr, b. May II, 1873. 

Barbara married for her second husband Enos Z. Wam- 
bold, of Lower Salford township, Montgomery county. Pa., 
September 25, 1880; farmer ; Mennonites ; children: Katie, 
Abraham, Enos, Henry 

lu.lividual Family 
Gen. Xo. Xo. 

8 3079 2 Katie Wambold, b. July 2, 1881. 

8 3080 3 Abraliain Wauibold^h. r\.-^x\\ 21, I'i'il. 

8 3081 4 Enos Wavibold,h.\A\\v\i\xy -J, \'^'$>^. 

8 3082 5 Henry Wainbold,h. K^xW 2^^,\'^^'j. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21 18. 

ELIZABETH KULP? (Cassel), of Nancy Alderfer^ 
(Kolb), of Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Is.\ac3, of 

J.\C0B^, of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3083 I Simeon K. Casse/,h. P"ebruary 17, 1846; m. 

Esther Freyer September 5, 1865 ; she 
was born August 31, 1841 ; res., Skip- 
packville. Pa. ; harness maker. 

8 3084 2 Jonas K. Cassei, b. September 15, 1849; m. 
Annie Appledorn about 1872 ; no issue; 
Colorado ; prospecting. 

8 3085 3 Abel K. Cassel, b. January 15, 1852; m. 

Hannah Anna Graham June 11, 1871 ; 
she was born December 25, 1850; res., 
West Philadelphia ; Deputy Food Com- 
missioner of Pennsylvania. 



KULP FAMILY. 383 

CHILDREN OF No. 21 19. 

MARY KULP^ (Cassel), of Nanxy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of 
Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb'+ (Aldcrfer), of Isaacs of Jacob^ of 

DiLLMAN.' 



Gen. 



Iniliviiiual Family 
X(i. Xo. 

8 3086 I Williaui K. Cassel, b. November 26, 1848; 

m. Leah Kratz December 4, 1875, b. 
August 24, 1853; res., Collegeville, Pa.; 
farmer. 

8 30S7 2 Mary Ann Cassel, b. December 23, 1854; 
m. Jacob Freyer ; res., Bridgeport, Pa., 
opposite Norristown ; butcher. 

8 3088 3 JosiaJi K. Cassel, b. July 21, 1861 ; m. Kate 

A. Freed, Norristown, Pa. ; overseer State 
Hospital for Insane, Norristown. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2120. 

SUSANNA KOLB7(Wile),of Nancy ALDERFER6(Kolb), 
of Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob% 

ofDiLLMAN'. 

8 3089 I Deborah Wile, b. February 18, 1857; m. 

Joseph Frederick; res., Harleysville, Pa.; 
children : Katie Alice, Harvey W., John 
W., Vincent W., Joseph W., Alvin W. 

8 3090 2 Ella fF/'/r, b. May 26, 1862; m. Tobias Nice; 
res., Harleysville, Pa.; children: Harvey, 
Susan, Lizzie, John, Mary, Henry. 

8 3091 3 Benjamin Wile, b. June 22, 1865 ; m. Mary 

Stauffer ; res., Harleysville, Pa.; child- 
ren : Annie, Jacob. 



384 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2123. 

JONAS KULP7, of Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaacs, 
of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob^ of Dill- 
man'. 

ludivitlual F;iniilv 

Gen. No. No. ' 

8 3092 I Emma Kiilp, died }'oung. * 

8 3093 2 Katie Kii/p, died young. 

The two oldest of the children are deceased and are bur- 
ied at the Providence Mennonite meeting-house, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

ludiiiilual Faniilv 
Gen. No. No.' 

8 3094 I Mary Kiilp, m. James Beyerly ; have three 

children. 

8 3095 2 y4;///^V A'//.^, m. Anthony Sarver ; have three 

children. 

3 John Kitlp, m. Kate Scranton ; one child. 

4 Caroline Ku/p, m. Samuel Babcock ; two 
children. 

5 Alice Kiilp, m., Babcock ; one child. 

6 Sallie Kulp. 
All of Anderson county, Kansas. 



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3096 


8 


3097 


8 


3098 


8 


3099 



CHILDREN OF No. 2124. 
WILLIAM KOLB7, of Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of 
Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb-» (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacobs 
of Dillman'. 

8 3100 I Reuben A'////, b. August 13, i8f6; m. Fred- 

erica Knaus ; children : 

1 Harry Kulp, b. September 15, 1 89 1 . 

2 Caroline Ku/p, b. Dec. 22, 1894. 
Res., Ro}-ersford, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 385 



Individual Family 
No. No. 



8 3 10 1 2 /c^cW; A'////, b. January 31, 1868 ; m. Maggie 

Wanner ; children : 

I Ernest Ray, b. May 15, 1895 ; res., 
Phoenixville, Pa. 

8 3102 3 Sallic Kiilp, b. June 30, 1869; m. Henry U. 

Keely (deceased) ; children : 

1 Elsie Keely, b. March 14, 1891. 

2 Margaret Keely, b. Jan. 15, 1894. 

Res., Royersford, Pa. 

8 3 J 03 4 William Kiilp, b. December 2, 1870; m. 

Katie Hedrick ; children : 

1 Leroy Knlp, b. February 29, 1892. 

2 Herald Kulp, b. March 14, 1894. 

Res., Spring City, Pa. 

8 3104 5 Samuel Kulp ; res., Royersford, Pa. 

8 3105 6 Harry Kulp ; res., Royersford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2126. 

JACOB A. KULP7, of Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of 
Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3106 I Jonas Kulp, m. Moyer, of Hatfield, Pa. 

8 3107 2 John Kulp, died, aged ten years. 

8 3108 3 Mary Kulp. 

8 3109 4 ^/^///V /\7//^, died young. 

8 3 1 1 o 5 Euos Kulp. 

8 3 1 1 1 6 Isaac Kulp. 

8 311 2 7 //cr/'Tvj /w///, died young. 

8 31 13 8 y^ (i'(r?//^'-/^/'cr, lived two hours. 



386 






KULP FAMILY. 


Gen. 

8 


Individual 
Xo. 

3II4 


Kamil 
No. 

9 


Jacob Kulp, died young. 


8 


3II5 


10 


William Kulp. 


8 


3II6 


1 1 


Charles Knlp. 


8 


31 17 


12 


Abraham Knlp, died young. 


8 


3II8 


13 


Harvey Knlp. 



All born at Harlev.sville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2127. 

SALLIE KULP7 (Clemmer), of Nanxy Alderfer^ 
(Kolb), of Isaacs, of PLlizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of 

JACO^.^ of DlLLMAN\ 

8 31 19 I y^/r^^/' A". CA'wwrr '.deceased), b. January 6, 

1854; m. Kittle Ann Benner ; he died 
January 13, 1890. aged 36 years; chil- 
dern : Sallie, Lizzie, John ; of Franconia, 
Pa. 

8 3120 2 Susanna (TA'ww/r;', b. October 29, 1855 ; m. 
Samuel Derstein ; children: Irvin, Mary, 
Josiah ; Hatfield, Pa. 

8 . 3121 3 Mary Clenimcr, b. December 27, 1857; d. 

July 27, 1890; m. Charles S. Brunncr ; 
children : Hiram, Katie, Sallie, Harvey, 
Mary, Lydia ; res., Hatfield, Pa. 

8 3122 4 John Clcnimcr, b. September i, 1861 ; m. 
Lizzie Freed, April 15, 1882; she was 
born July 24, 1863; farmer; Mennonites; 
children : Jacob, Elmer ; Salfordville, Pa. 

8 3123 5 Sarah Clemmer, b. October 13, 1864; died 

1882 ; unmarried. 



KULP FAMILY. 387 

Individual Familv 
Gell. No. No. ■ 

8 3124 6 Josiali (r/rw/z/iV', /;-., b. June I, 1867 ; m. Ella 
Hunsberger, Souderton, Pa. 

8 3125 7 yr-i/^crj- 67t7//;//r/', b. August 9, 1870 ; married 
. Laura , Souderton, Pa. 

8 3126 8 Hiram Clcvniicr, b. January 24, 1874. 



childrp:n of No. 2129. 

ISAAC D. ALDERFP:R7, of Isaac 0.^ of Isaac^, of 
Elizabeth KoLB4(Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 3127 I AhraJiani Aldcrfcr, b. ; m. Amanda 

Kratz. 

; m. Michael Kramer. 

m. Kate Landis. 



8 


3128 


2 


Liz::.ic Aldcrfcr, b. ; 


8 


3129 


T 



Frank Aldcrfcr, b. 


8 


3i29>^ 


4 


/jc/rtc Aldcrfcr, b. 


8 


3130 


5 


Isaiah Aldcrfcr, b. 


8 


3131 


6 


Henry Aldcrfcr, b. 


8 


3132 


7 


Sannicl Aldcrfcr, b. 


8 


^ OJ 


8 


J/^;:j' Aldcrfcr. b. 


8 


3134 


9 


6'//'J'/i;' uildcrfcr, b. 



m. Mary Landis. 



All of Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2130. 

GEORGE D. ALDERFER7, of Isaac 0.^ of Isaacs, of 
Elizabeth Kolb^ (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 3135 I Alvin Aldcrfcr, b. November 9, 1869; m. 

Mary Alderfer in 1890. 



388 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Geu. Xo. No. " 

8 3136 2 G^rnt AiWvr/iy, h. September 4, iS J 1 ; died 
young. 

S 3^37 3 Lizzie Aldcrfcr, b. June 24, 1873 ; m. R. A. 

Allebach, February 6, 1892. 

8 3138 4 Anna AIdcrfcr,h.]\.\\Y ?>, i^yi^; died young. 

8 3139 5 George Aid crfcr, h.^l3.vc\\ ^, i'S>yj. 

8 3140 6 Hany AIderfer,h. ApvW 2T,, i^^i. 

All of Harleysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2131. 

SUSANNA ALDERFER7 (Landis), of Isaac 0.^ of 
Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb-* (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob='^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Iri'in Landis ; res., Vineland, N. J. 

2 IVi/son Landis. 

3 Norman Landis. 

4 ALinerva Landis. 
All of Philadelphia, Pa. 



8 


3141 


8 


3142 


8 


3143 


8 


3144 



CHILDREN OF No. 2132. 

MARY ANN ALDERFER? (Oberholzer), of Isa.\c O.^ 
of Is.\Acs, of Elizabeth Kolb-* (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob% 

of DiLLMAX'. 

8 3145 I Quintan Obcrliohcr ; deceased. 

8 3146 2 Abraham Oberholzer ; deceased. 



KULP FAMILY. 389 



F'aniily 



3147 3 Lizzie ObcrJiolzer. 

3148 4 Harry Obcrhohcr ; died in infancy. 
All of Lederachsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2134. 

JOHN B. ALDERFER7, of Jacob F.^ of Jacobs, of Eliz- 
abeth KoLB^* (Alderfer), of Isaacs of Jacob', of Dillman'. 

8 a I I Emma Alderfer. 

8 a2 2 Vincent Alderfer. 

Born in Lower Salford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2136. 

MARY ANN ALDERFER^ (Kratz), of Jacob F.^ of 
Jacobs, of Elizabeth Kolb'^ (Alderfer), of Isaac3, of Jacob% 
of Dillman'. 

8 a3 I Lyman Kratz, b. December 16, 1878. 

8 a4 2 Alice Kratz, b. August 2, 1880. 

8 a5 3 fohn Kratz, b. July 16, 1882; d. May 27, 

1883. 

8 a6 4 Annie Kratz, b. March 25, 1884. 

8 a7 5 Mek'in Kratz, b. P'ebruary 7, 1886. 

8 a8 6 Maggie Kratz, b. June \, \ 

8 ag 7 Caroline Kratz. 

All of Montgomery county, Pa. 

(k. f. — 26.) 



390 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2137. 

CAROLINE ALDERFER7 (Alderfer), of Jacob F.^ of 
Jacobs, of Elizabeth Kolb'* (Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^ 

of DlLLMAN^ 

Individual Family 

Gea. No. No. 

1 Horace Alderfer. 

2 Flora Alderfer. 

3 Susan Alderfer. 

4 Martlia Alderfer. 

5 Wilmer Alderfer. 

6 Lizzie Alderfer. 

7 Caroline Alderfer. 
a 17 8 Mary Ellen Alderfer. 

All of Montgomery county. Pa. 



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arc 


8 


ai I 


8 


ai2 


8 


ai3 


8 


a 14 


8 


ai5 


8 


ai6 



CHILDREN OF No. 2203. 

REBECCA K0LB7 (Roshong), of Henkv^, of Hannah 
Hunsickers (Kolb), of Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
-sicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3149 I Caroline K. Roshong, b. February 26, 1853. 

8 3150 2 Malara K. Roshong, b. September 8, 1854. 

8 315 • 3 Franklin K. Roshong,h. March 7, 1861 ; de- 

ceased. 

8 3152 4 Benneville K. Roshong, b. January 16, 1863 ; 

deceased. 

8 3153 5 Aniandus K. Roshong, b. September 1, 1865. 

8 3154 6 Calvin K. Roshong, b. January 23, 1867. 

8 3155 7 Anna Elizabeth K. Roshong, h.]n\\Q g, \^6g; 

deceased. 



KULP FAMILY. 39I 

Indhidual Family 
Gen. No. No.' 

8 3156 8 Henry Horace K. Roshoiig, b. March 30, 1 87 1 . 

8 3157 9 Jcrovic K. RosJioiig, b. May 7, 1874. 
All of Montgomery county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2204. 

HANNAH K0LB7 (Kemmerer), of Henry^ of Hannah 
Hunsicker5 (Kolb), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3155 I Henry K. Kemmerer, b. March 23, 1852; 

deceased. 

8 3156 2 Jolin K. Kemmerer, b. December 14, 1854. 

8 3157 3 Elizahetli K. Kemmerer, b. November 23, 

1856. 

8 3158 4 Allen K. Kemmerer, b. August 21, 1859. 

8 3159 5 Amanda K. Kemmerer, b. April 18, 1862. 

8 3159/^ 6 Jacob K. Kemmerer, h. December 27, 1863; 
deceased. 

8 3160 7 HannaJi A'. AV;//wr/rr, b. January 12, 1868. 

8 3 161 8 Wilson K. Kemmerer, b. August 29, 1869. 

8 ^\6i}4 9 Sallie K. Kemmerer, b. January 14, 1872; 
deceased. 

8 3162 10 Hoxvard K. Kemmerer, h. October 19, 1874. 

8 3163 II Angnstus K. Kemmerer, h.]\x\y 15, 1876. 
All of Montgomery county, Pa. 



392 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2205. 

MARY K0LB7 (Grimley), of HENRY^ of Hannah Hun- 
SICKER5 (Kolb), of Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), 
of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

8 3 1 64 I Isaac Henry K. Grinilcy, ^ 

y twins, b. De- 
8 3165 2 ATaiy Elizabeth K. Griudty,) 

cember 5, 1857; Isaac died January 28, 
1858 ; Mary died January 27, 1858. 

8 3166 3 Kate K. Grimley, b. March 24, 1859. 

8 3167 4 Ross K. Grimley, | twins, b. September 29, 

8 3168 5 Olivia K. Grimley,) ^'^'^^■ 

8 3169 6 Clinton K. Grimley, b. January 31, 1864. 

8 3170 7 Hannah K. Grimley, b. June 27, 1866. 

8 3 17 1 8 Solomon K. Grimley, b. July 9, 1869. 

8 3172 9 Jacob K. Grimley, \ 

> twins, b. April 27, 1872; 
8 3173 10 Clara K. Grimley,) 

Jacob died September i, 1872; Clara 

died March 13, 1873. 

8 3 1 74 II El mi r a K. Grimley, ^ 

> twins, b. January 24, 
8 3175 12 Ellcji K. Grimley, ) 

1874; Elmira died April 13, 1875; Ellen 

died October 6, 1893. 

8 3176 13 Frederick K. Grimley, b. February 17, 1877; 
d. August 13, 1877. 

Mary Kulp Grimley, wife of Solomon Grimley, who died 
at the age of 44 years, was the mother of thirteen children, 
having given birth to twins four times, three times a boy and 
girl, the fourth and last time, two girls. Mr. Grimley has 



KULP FAMILY. 393 

been a Justice of the Peace for a number of years. His 
address is Schwenksville, Pa. He is the son of Isaac Grimley, 
who was a school teacher for 40 years, and died at the age 
of 94 years. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2206. 

ELIZABETH KOLB? (Grimley), of Henr\^ of Hannah 
Hunsickers (Kolb), of Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of Jacob'', of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. " 

8 3172 I Abel K. Grimley, h. 1858; deceased. 

8 3173 2 Franklin K. Grimley, h. 1859; deceased. 

8 3174 3 Mary K. Grimley, b. February 29, 1861. 

8 ^,124^2 4 Benjamin Franklin K. Grimley, b. March 
16, 1863. 

8 3175 5 Henry Davis K. Grimley, b. November 16, 

1864. 

8 3176 6 FlizabetJi K. Grimley, h. November 17, 1866. 

8 3177 7 Anna K. Grimley, b. December 15, 1868. 

8 3178 8 Addie K. Grimley, h. December 10, 1870. 
Resided near Zieglersville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2207. 

BENEVILLE KULP^. of HENRY^ of Hannah Hun- 
sickers (Kolb), of Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), 
of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3177 I Henry G. Knlp, b. April 6, 1871. 

8 3178 2 John G. Knlp, b. October 21, 1874. 



394 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3179 3 Maggie G. Kiiip, b. January 19, 1877. 

8 3178 4 Webster G. Knlp, b. October 24, 1879. 

8 3 181 5 Alice G. Kulp, b. June 21, 1881. 

8 3182 6 LizrAe G. Knlp, b. June 26, 1883. 

8 3183 7 fr////V?/// 6". /f////, b. April, 1887; decea.sed. 

All of near Ziegler.sville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2223. 

JOHN H. KULP7, of Catharine Hunsicker^ (Kolb), 
of Isaacs, of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3182 I Jacob C. Kn/p, b. October 24, 1851; m. 

Lizzie Metz ; after her decea.se, he mar- 
ried Annie Reiff; re.s., Philadelphia. 

8 3183 2 Henry C. Kit/p, b. February 14, 1853; died 

April 8, 1865. 

8 3184 3 HaniiaJi C. Kit/p, b. April 18, 1855; m. 
Frank God.shall. 

8 3185 4 Isaac C. Kiiip,h. ]u\y 4, 1857; d. April 2, 

1858. 

8 3186 5 Isaiah- C. Knlp, h.^ldivch 26, \^g. 

8 3187 6 Simon C. A'///^, b. January 5, 1862; married 
Emanda Landis ; no i.ssue. 

8 3188 7 AbraJiam C. Kulp, b. May 7, 1865 ; married 
Annie Freed. 
All born in Towamensincj, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 



395 



CHILDREN OF No. 2224. 
ELIZA KOLB7 (Clemmcr), of Catharine Hunsicker^ 
(Kolb), of Isaacs, of Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), 
of Jacob^ of Dillman^ 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3189 I Isaac K. Clemmcr, b. June 21, 1856; died 

June 22, 1856. 

8 3190 2 Jacob K. Clemmcr, \i.]\xx\&'^,\'^^'j \ m. Emma 
S. Landi-s October 6, 1881 ; farmer ; 
Mennonite.s. Hatfield, Pa. 

3 Cyrus K. Clemmcr, b. September 20, i860; 
m. Ellen G. Landis. 

4 Catharine K. Clemmcr, b. October 6, 1867; 
m. Allen C. Moyer, January 12, 1889. 

5 Lizzie K. Clemmcr, b. January 13, 1875. 

6 Abraham K. Clemmcr, b. July 5, 1877. 



8 


3191 


8 


3192 


8 


3193 


8 


3194 



CHILDREN OF No. 2226. 

ABRAHAM H. KULP?, of Catharine Hunsicker^ 
(Kolb), of Isaacs, of Isaacs of P2i.izabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3195 I Catharine K?clp,h. September 4, 1864; m. 

Harvey Landi.s. 

8 3196 2 Isaac Kulp, b. May 28, 1867; m. Lizzie 
Metz. 

8 3197 3 ^«//^V Av///, b. September 6, 1869. 

8 3198 4 Z/^-s-Zt' A'?///, b. September 20, 1 87 1 ; m. Wil- 
liam Na.se. 

8 3199 5 Harry Kulp, h. May 11, 1874. 



396 KULP FAMILY. 



Gen. 



3200 6 Francis K7ilp,h. December 30, 1876. 

8 3201 7 Maggie Ktilp, h. October 2\, I'ii'j^; d. June 

26, 1889. 

8 3202 8 Abraham Kuip, h. ]unQ 13, 1880. 

8 3203 9 foJiii Kiilp, b. April 21, 1882; d. May 13, 
1882. 

8 3204 10 Irvi)i Kii/p,h. ]unc 15, 1883. 

8 3205 II Aiiiiii' Kii.'p, b. March 28. 1886. 

All born in Towamensinf^, Pa. 



• CHILDREN OF No. 2227. 

SARAH K0LB7 (Allebach), of Catharine Hunsicker^ 
(Kolb), of Isaacs, of IsAAC^ of Elizaisetii Kolijs (Hunsicker), 
of Jacoh% of Dillman'. 

8 3206 I Z^rt^'/^-/ ^/A'/^rtr//, b. October I, 1872. 

8 3207 2 Lydia Allcbacli^h. November 27, 1873. 

8 3208 3 Katie Allebacli, b. July 28, 1875. 

8 3209 4 Milton Allebach, b. October 12, 1876. 

8 3210 5 Snsan Allebach, h. February 12, 1878. 

8 321 1 6 Hannah Allebacli, b. March 2, 1884. 

Hatfield, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2230. 

ISAAC JOHNSON7, of Sarah Hunsicker^ (Johnson), 
of Isaacs, of Isaac*, of Ei izabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 397 

3212 I Sarah Z. JoIdison, b. June 4, 1869; m. Peter 

A. Metz. 

3213 2 Isaac H. Johnson, h. May 12, 1886. 
All of Creamery, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2231. 

HENRY H. J0HNS0N7, of Sarah Hunsickek^ (John- 
son), of Isaacs, of Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Mary M. JoJinso)i, b. February 6, 1864; m. 
Henry K. Hetrick. 

2 Sallic M. Johnson, h. December 4, 1865; m. 
Frank S. Dengler. 

3 Isaac M. Jo/inson, b. March 24, 1868. 

4 Katie M. Johnson, b. February 17, 187 1. 

5 Henry M. Johnson, h. ]u\-\e 12, 1874. 

6 Snlic I\I. Johnson, h. February 18, 1879. 

7 Ellen M. Johnson, b. June 26, 1882. 

8 Markley Johnson, b. September 12, 1886. 
All of Creamery, Pa. 



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3216 


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3217 


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3218 


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3219 


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3221 



childrp:n of No. 2233. 

HANNAH KRUP7 (Nice), of Magdalena Hunsicker^ 
(Krupp), of Isaacs, of Isaac*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hun- 
sicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3222 I Jacob Nice. 

8 3223 2 Katie Nice. 

8 3224 3 Henry Nice. 
Tovvamensins. Pa. 



398 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2234. 

JOHN H. KRUPP7, of Magdalena HuNSiCKER^(Krupp), 
of Isaacs, of Isaacs of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of 
Jacobs of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 

8 3228 I Emilia Krupp. 

8 3229 2 Maggie Krupp. 

8 3230 3 Mary Krupp. 

8 3231 4 Annie Krupp. 

8 3232 5 Katie Krupp. 

8 3233 6 Lizzie Krupp. 

8 3234 7 Hannah Krupp. 

8 3235 8 John Krupp. 

All born in Towamen.sing, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2235. 

MARY KRUPP7 (Clemmer), of Magdalena Hunsicker^ 
(Krupp), of Isaacs, of Isa.ac*, of Elizabeth Kolbs (Hunsicker), 

of JACOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3236 I Wilson Cleinjiier,m. AnvnQ 1^2iTp\:> \ children: 

Horace, Mabel, Clarence, deceased. 

8 3237 2 Katie Clenwier, m. Isaiah Lapp; no issue. 

8 3238 3 Abraham Clemmer, deceased. 

8 3239 4 Horace Clemmer, deceased. 

8 3240 5 John Clemmer. 
Residence, Lansdale, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 399 

CHILDREN OF No. 2236. 

KATIE H. KRUPP7 (Johnson), of Magdalena Hun- 
sicker^ (Krupp), of Isaacs, of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolbs 
(Hunsicker), of Jacob^ of EMllman'. 

ludiviilual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3241 I Isaac H. Johiiso/i, b. May 12, 1886; of 

Creamery, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2250. 

NANCY BERGEY7 (Kriebel), of John BERGEY^ of Eliz- 
abeth Godshall5 (Bergey), of Sarah Hunsicker-* (Godshall), 
of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3242 I iM?/7 A'/vV/^r/, b. October, 27, 1835 ; m. Sam- 

uel Heydrich ; res.. Mainland, Pa. 

8 3243 2 Lydia Kricbcl, b. November 6, 1837; m. 

Abraham H. Cassel, Tovvamensing, Pa. 

8 3244 3 Catharine Kriiih'l, h. Oct. ^, i^'ifD'i deceased. 

8 3245 4 John B. Krichcl, b. December 18, 1841 ; m. 

Rebecca Cassel, now deceased ; a minis- 
ter in the Schwenkfeld society ; res., 
Kulpsville, Pa. 

8 3246 5 Andrezv Kriebel, b. April 11, 1844; res., 
Kulpsville, Pa.; m. Lizzie Alderfer. 

8 3247 6 Hannah Kriebel, ^ ^^j^^^^ ^ September 3, 

8 3248 7 Susanna Kriebel, \ ^^46- 

8 3249 8 Sophia B. Kriebel, b. August 12, 1849. 

8 3250 9 Aaron B. Kriebel, b. December 29, 1851; 
Towamensing, Pa. 

8 3251 10 Abraham B. Kriebel, b. November 13, 1859; 
d. April 9, 1868. 



400 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2370. 

CATHARINE KOLB7(Moyer), Elizabeth Shoemaker^ 
(Kolb), of Catharine Clemens^ (Shoemaker), of Catharine 
HuNsiCKER* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3252 I Henry Moyci\ m. Susanna Godshall. 

8 3253 2 Isaiah AIoyci\ m. Catharine Clemens. 

8 3254 3 Michael Moycr, m. Mary Landis. 

8 3255 4 J/(^?/'j' J/^{jr;-, m. Henry Detweiler. 

Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2371. 

JACOB KULP7, of Elizabeth Shoemaker^ (Kolb), of 
Catharine Clemens^ (Shoemaker), of Catharine Hunsicker* 
(Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of 
Dillman'. 
8 3256 I Amanda Kit/p, m. Lewis Horning. 

8 3257 2 Elias Knip, m. Emma Nice. 

8 3258 3 E/i.za Kii/p, m. Henry Hartzel. 

8 3259 4 Henry Kulp, m. Irene Swope. 
Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2372. 
SAMUEL K0LB7, of Elizabeth Shoemaker^ (Kolb), 
of Catharine Clemens^ (Shoemaker), of Catharine Hun- 
sicker"* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 
8 3260 I Fannie Kolb, b. May 19, 1861. 



KULP FAMILY. 4OI 

3261 2 Lizzie Kolb, b. January 10, 1864; m. John 

F. Lederach December 20, 1880. 

3262 3 yil//r;/ AW/;, b. December 8, 1867 ; d. August 

25, 1869. 

3263 4 A))ia)ida Kolb, b. January 28, 1871. 

3264 5 John Kolb, b. June 12, 1875; res., Telford, 

Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2373. 
SUSANNA K0LB7 (Frickj, of Elizabeth Shoemaker^ 
(Kolb), of Catharine Clemens^ (Shoemaker), of Catharine 
HuNSiCKER* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of 
Jacob", of Dillman'. 

8 3265 I Z,/;?^/V /v7V/{', b. August 2, 1859 ; m. William 

Souder. 

2 One sou, died young ; Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2374. 

HENRY K0LB7, of Elizabeth Shoemaker^ (Kolb), of 
Catharine Clemens^ (Shoemaker), of Catharine Hun- 
sicker'* (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 
Jacob^", of Dillman'. 

8 3266 I Sarah Kolb, m. Reuben Alderfer. 

8 3267 2 Tivo children, died young ; res., Franconia 

Square, Pa. 



402 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2375. 

MICHAEL KOLB7, of Elizabeth Shoemaker^ (Kolb), 
of Catharine Clemens^ (Shoemaker), of Catharine Hun- 
sicker^ (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Hunsicker), of 
Jacob^, of Dillma.n'. 

Indiviiiual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3268 I fF^Z/rtrr A'////, m. Jane Renninger; one child, 

Flora. 

8 3269 2 Katie Kulp, m. Jacob Godshall ; one child, 
Howard. 

8 3270 3 Lizzie Kill p. 

8 3271 4 Mucent Kulp ; res., Telford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2376. 

LIZZIE K0LB7 (Bergey), of Elizabeth Shoemaker^ 
(Kolb), of Catharine Clemens^ (Shoemaker), of Catharine 
Hunsicker* (Clemen.s), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsicker), of 
Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3272 I I'i-ank Bergey, m. Kate Moyer ; children: 

Howard and Harry. 

8 3273 2 J/cr/^' i)V/;^''n', m. Edwin l^ergey ; one child, 

Lizzie. 

8 3274 3 Sei'il/a Bergey, m. Enos Haldeman ; one 

child, Alvin. 

8 3275 4 Lizzie Bergey, m. Henr}' Rittenhouse. 

8 3276 5 Elias Bergey. 
8 3277 6 Katie Bergey. 
8 3278 7 Henry Bergey. 
8 3279 8 Mncent Bergey. 
All of Franconia, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 4O3 

CHILDREN OF No. 2377. 

SARAH K0LB7 (Moyer), of Elizabeth Shoemaker^ 
(Kolb), of Catharine Clemenss (Shoemaker), of Cath.^rine 
HuNSiCKER'f (Clemens), of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Hunsickcr), of 

JaCOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

ludividual Family 

Gen. No. No." 

8 3280 I Frank Moycr. 

8 3281 2 LizrJc Moycr. 

8 3282 3 Alloi Moycr, Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2400. 

HENRY FREED7, of Catharine Kolb^ (Freed), of 
Henrys, of Jacob^, of Henky^ of JACOB^ of Dillman\ 

8 3286 I Epliraini Freed, b. October 20, 1845; m. 

Hannah Clemens February 24, 1872; 
she was born December 11, 1849; res., 
Souderton, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; 
children : Henry, Mary, Harvey, Katie. 

8 3287 2 Catharine Freed, b. January 10, 1849; m. 

George R. Rittenhouse November 13, 
1869, b. March 28, 1849; children: 
Henry, Mary, Hiram ; res., P'ranconia 
Square, Pa. 

8 3288 3 /<'?/'// ^. /;Yr^/,b. January 31, 185 I ; d. April 

8, 1853. 

8 3289 4 Mary Freed, b. June 26, 1853 ; m. Jonas R. 
Landis October 23, 1875 ; he was born 
February 15, 1848; children: SalHe, 
Henry, Sibilla, Martha, Katie ; of Fran- 
conia. Pa. 



404 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3290 5 Anna Freed, h. February 12, 1857; m. John 

D. Yoder June 16, 1877; he was born 
July 27, 1856; children: Henry, Mary, 
Reuben, Sibilla, Hiram, Katie, John ; of 
Franconia, Pa. 

8 3291 6 y^//// /vrr^/ (second), b. August 23, i860 ; d. 

July 15, 1861. 

8 3292 7 Henry B. Freed, b. February 27, 1862; m. 

Mary K. Bergey October 21, 1886; he 
was born March 15, 1862; Franconia, Pa. 

8 3293 8 Elias B. Freed, b. May 10, 1865 ; m. Annie 

H. Clemmer November i, 1884; he was 
born May 19, 1864; children: Reinhart 
C. Freed, b. December 3, 1886. 



CHH.DREN OF No. 2402. 

JACOB K. FREED7, of Catharine Kolb^ (Freed), of 
Henry5, of Jacob'*, of Henrv3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3294 I CJiarles R. Freed, b. September 13, 1851 ; d. 

August 22, 1852; by first marriage. 

8 3295 2 Catharine K. Freed,^ ^^. ^ ^^^^^^ ^4, 

8 3296 3 Abraham K. Freed, / ^855, by second 
marriage; Catharine died October ii, 
1856; Abraham m. Deborah L. Ziegler 
September 2, 1876. 

8 3297 4 Mary K. Freed, b. January 31, 1858. 

8 3298 5 Isaac K* Freed, b. September 17, 1859; "^• 

Elizabeth Allebach February 2, 1882. 



KULP FAMILY. 405 



In.lividual 



Gen. 



8 3299 6 JoJin K. Freed, b. August 6, 1861 ; teacher, 
Browne county, Kansa.s. 

8 3300 7 E'hahetJi K. Freed, b. July 24, 1863; m. 

K. Clemmer April 15, 1882; Upper Sal- 
ford, Pa. 

8 3301 8 Joseph K. Freed, b. August 4, 1865 ; student 

at Ursinus College, at Collegeville, Pa. 

8 3302 ' 9 Sarah K. Freed, b. November 5, 1867; d. 
January 25, 1868. 

8 3303 10 Anna K. /'mv/, b. September 23, 1869; m. 
George Hartranft February, 1889. 

8 3304 II Henry K. Freed, b. February 21, 1872. 
8 3305 12 A so)i,h. March 14, 1874; died same day. 
8 3306 13 Jaeob K. Freed, b. January 29, 1877. 
All born near Salfordville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2403. 

ABRAHAM K. FREED?, of Catharine Kolb^ (Freed), 
of Henrys, of Jacob*, of Henry^, of Jacobs of DILLMAN^ 

8 3307 I Alle)i A. Freed, b. January 3, 1854; m. 

Elizabeth Landis in 1874. 

8 3308 2 Franklin A. Freed, b. February 3, 1856; m. 

Kate Hauck in 1882. 

8 3309 3 Henry A. Freed, b. October 21, 1858; m. 

Aquila Godshall in 1880. 

8 3310 4 Elieaer A. Freed,h. December 13, i860; m. 

Sue Nice in 1885. 
(k. f.— 27.) 



406 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 331 1 5 E)ios A. Freed, b. October 13, 1863 ; m. Ida 

Souder in 1885. 

8 3312 6 JoJui A. Freed, b. February 24, 1867; m. 

Kate Moyer in 1889. 

S 3313 7 Elizahetli A. Freed, b. June 3. 1870; m. Ed- 

win Johnson in 1888. 
All born near Harley.sville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2404. 

ELIAS K. FREED?, of Cath.\rine Kolb^ (Freed), of 
Henrys, of JAcbB^ of He.\ky3, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 3314 I Sarah Aim Freed, b. November 10, 1859; 

m. Franklin S. Kriebel November 9, 
1878; children: Ru.ssel, Jona, Mabel; 
North Wales, Pa. 

8 3315 2 Rhine Russe/ Freed, b. November 17, 1863; 

m. P>nice Andrew.s September 22, 1885 ; 
children : Stella, P^valin, Florence ; res., 
North Wales, Pa. 

8 3316 3 ]Veston Dodsoii Freed, b. January 23, 1876; 

d. July 25, 1876. 



childrp:n of no. 2405. 

JOHN K. FREED?, of Catharine Kolb^ (Freed), of 
Henrys, of Jacob*, of Henrys of Jacob'', of Dillman'. 

8 3317 I Katie Freed, b. November 21, 1863, by first 

marriage ; m. Josiah Cassel, son of Abra- 
ham K. Cassel; she died August 21, 
1890; is buried at Salford, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 4O7 

8 3318 2 JoJin G. Freed, b. March 12, 1883, by sec- 
ond marria<^e. 

8 3319 3 Eiuaiiitcl Freed, h. ]u\y 22, 1887. 

8 3320 4 /-yrv ehildre)i buried who died in infancy; 

res., Norristown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2406. 

ELIZABETH A. KULP^ (Cassel), of JACOB^ of Henrvs, 
of Jacob'*, of Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3321 I Siiueon K. Cassel, b. February 17, 1846; m. 

PLsther P^reyer September 5, 1865, b. 
August 31, 1846; res., Skippack, Pa.; 
harness-maker ; see No. 3083. 

8 3322 2 Joins K. Cassel, b. September 15, 1849; "i- 

Annie Appledorn about 1872 ; no issue ; 
prospecting and mining in Colorado. 

8 3323 3 Abel K. Cassel, b. January 15, 1852; m. 

Hannah Anna Graham June 11, 1871 ; 
she was born December 25, 1850; res., 
West Philadelphia; see No. 3085. 



childrp:n of No. 2407. 

MARY KULP7 (Cassel), of JACOB^ of Henrys, of Jacobs 
of Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3324 . I William K. Cassel, b. November 26, 1848; 
m. Leah Kratz December 4, 1875, b. 
August 24, 1853, near Yerkes station, P. 

r; r. 



408 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 

8 3325 2 Mary Ann Cassci, b. December 23, 1854; 

m. to Jacob K. Freyer ; res., Bridgeport, 
Pa., opposite Norristown, Pa. 

8 33-6 3 JosiaJi K. Cassd, b. July 21, 1861 ; m. Kate 
A. Freed, Norristown, Pa.; see 3088. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2408. 

SUSANNA KULP7 (Wile), of JACOB^ of Henrvs, of 
Jacobs, of Hexrv^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3327 I Deborah ]ViU\ b. P^-bruary 18, 1857; m. 

Josepli P'rederick ; children: Katie, 
Harvey, John, Vincent, Joseph, Alvin ; 
res., Harleysville, Pa. ; see 3089. 

8 3328 2 Ella Wile, b. May 26, 1862; m. Tobias 

Nice ; children : Harvey, Susan, Lizzie, 
John, Mary, Henry; res., Harleysville, 
Pa. ; see 3090. 

8 3329 3 Bcnjajnin Wile, b. June 22, 1865 ; m. Mary 

Stauffer; children: Annie Wile, Jacob 
Wile; res., Harleysville, Pa.; see 3091. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2409. 

SALLIE K0LB7 (Clemmer), of JACOB^ of Henrvs, of 
Jacob*, of Henrys, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 3330 I Jacob K. Clevnncr, b. January 6, 1854; m. 

Kittie Ann Benner ; he died January 13, 
1890, aged 36 years; children: Sallie, 
Lizzie, John; see No. 3 119; resided in 
Franconia, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 4O9 

Individual Family 

No. No. 

3331 2 Siisa/iiia Clcuuncr, b. October 29, 1855; m. 

Samuel Derstein ; children : Irvin, Mary, 
Josiah ; see 3120; Hatfield, Pa. 

3332 3 Mary Clomncr, b. December 27, 1857; d. 

July 27, 1890 ; m. to Charles S. Brunner, 
farmer ; Mennonites ; res., Hatfield, Pa. ; 
children: Hiram, Katie, Sallie, Harvey, 
Mary, Lydia ; see No. 3121 ; res., Hat- 
field. 

333.^ 4 J'-^^^>^ ^' Clcmuicr, b. September i, 1861 ; m. 
Lizzie K. Freed, April 15, 1882; she was 
born July 24, 1863; farmer; Mennon- 
ites ; children : Jacob, Elmer ; see 3122 ; 
Salfordvnlle, Pa. 

3334 5 SaraJi Clciumci\ b. October 13, 1864; died 

1882, single. 

3335 6 Josiah Clcmnicr, Jr., b. June I, 1867; m. 

Ella Hunsberger; one child, Harvey; 
see 3124; Souderton, Pa. 

Zll^ 7 Jonas Clcmmcr, b. August 9, 1870; m. 

Laura ; one child, Katie ; see 3125; 

Souderton, Pa. 

3337 8 Hiram r/cwwr/-, b. January 24, 1874; died 

May 10, 1894, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2412. 

JONAS A. KULP7, of Jacob^, of Henrv^, of Jacob^ of 
Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3338 I Emilia Kiilp, d. young. 

8 3339 2 Katie Kiilp, d. young. 



4IO KULP FAMILY. 

Tadi^idual Family 

Gen . No. No. 

8 3340 3 Mary Knlp, m. James Beyerly ; three 
children. 

8 3341 4 Annie Knlp, m. Anthony Sarver ; three 

children. 

8 3342 5 J^^^i'! Knlp, m. Kate Scranton ; one child. 

8 3343 6 Caroline Knlp, m. Samuel Babcock ; two 
children. 

8 3344 7 Alice Knlp, m. Babcock ; one child. 

8 3345 8 Sallie Knlp. 

All of Anderson county, Kansas. 

The two oldest of the children are deceased, and are 
buried at the Providence Mennonite meeting-house, Mont- 
gomery county. Pa. 



childrp:n of No. 2413. 

WILLIAM KULP7, of JAcoB^ of Henrv^, of JACOB^ of 
Hexrv3, of JACon^ of Dili. max'. 

8 3346 I Renhen Knlp, b. August 13, 1866; m. Fred- 

erica Knaus ; children: i. Harry Kulp, 
b. September 15, 1S91 ; 2. Caroline Kulp, 
b. December 22, 1894; res., Royersford, 
Pa. 

8 3347 2 ,/m-c?^ A'////, b. January 31, 1868; m. Mag- 

gie Wanner; children: I. Ernest Ray 
Kulp, b. May 15, 1895; res., Phoenix- 
ville, Pa. 

8 3348 3 Sallie Knlp, b. June 30, 1869; m. Henry U. 

Keely (deceased); children: i. Elsie 
Keely, b. March 14, 1891 ; 2. Margaret 
Keely, b. January 15, 1894; res., Roy- 
ersford, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 4 1 I 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3349 4 lVi//ia/u Kn/p,h. December 2, iSyo; m.Kd.tie 
Hedrick ; children: i. Leroy Kulp, b. 
February 29, 1892; 2. Herold Kulp, b. 
March 14, 1894; res., Spring City, Pa. 

^ 3350 5 Sauuicl Kulp ; Royersford, Pa. 

8 3351 6 Harry Kulp ; Royersford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2415. 

JACOB A. KOLB7, of JAcoB^ of Henrys, of Jacob*, of 
Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman^ 

8 335- I Jonas D. Kulp, b. February 10, 1870; m. 

Maggie Moyer, daughter of Abraham 
Moyer, of Hatfield. 

8 3353 2 John D. Kulp, b. April 28, 1871 ; d. June 

28, 1881. 

3 Mary D. Kulp, b. April 24, 1874. 

4 Anna D. Kulp, b. January 4, 1876; d. Au- 
gust 1 1, 1877. 

5 Enos D. Kulp, b. November 2, 1877. 

6 Isaac D. Kulp, b. December 11, 1878. 

7 Harry D. Kulp, b. December 14, 1881 ; d. 
February 27, 1882. 

8 A daughter ; lived two hours. 

9 Jacob D. Kulp, b. March 19, 1884; d. Au- 
gust 28, 1885. 

10 William Kulp, b. November 27, 1885. 

1 1 Charles Kulp, b. May 7, 1887. 



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3360 


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3361 


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3362 



412 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen, No. No. 

8 3363 12 Abraham Knip, b. May 18, 1889; d. Oc 
tober I 5, 1889. 

8 3364 13 Harvey Knlp,h. P^^xW 19, 1891. 

8 3364 14 Elias Kulp,\i. March 24, 1894. 

All born at Harlcysville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2483. 

BENJAMIN HENDRICKS7, of Polly Kolb^ (Hen- 
dricks), of Henrys, of Jacob'*, of Henry3, of Jacob^ of Dill- 
man'. 

8 3365 I Rebecca Hendricks, m. Frank Herman. 

8 3366 2 Cat/iarine Hendricks, died young. 

S 3367 3 -M^i^rj Ann Hendricks, died young. 

8 3368 4 Jhnjana'ji Frank/i/i Hendricks, m. Miss De\p. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2484. 

SUSANNA HENDRICKS? (Ro.senberger), of Polly 
KoLB^ (Hendricks), of Henrys, of Jacob*, of Henry3, of 

JaCOB^, of DILLMAN^ 

8 3369 I Majy Alice Rosenberger, b. April 18, 1862; 

m. Charles P. Woolfinger ; one child, 
Charles P. 

8 3370 2 Elmer E. H. Rosenberger, b. September 27, 
T863; d. May 29, 1880. 

8 3371 3 Wellington H. Rosenberger, b. January 8, 

1 866. 



KULP FAMILY. 4I3 

ludividual Family 

Gqt. No. No. 

8 3372 4 Lizzie Roscnbcrgcr, b. March i, 1868; m. 
Robert A. Sheppard ; children : Herold, 
Richard. 

5 Aiuiic May Rosoihcrgcr, b. May 18, 1870. 

6 Sallic [' //. Roscnhcrgcr, b. August 7, 1873. 

7 Lillic H. Minerva Rosculwrgcr, b. March 13, 

1876. 

8 3376 8 Clayton Rosciibcrger, h. ]u\y 2'^, 1879; ^^^^ 
young. 
All of Lansdale, Pa. 



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3375 



CHILDREN OF No. 2485. 

CATHARINE KULP^ (Moyer), of HE^■RY^ of Henrv^, 
of Jacobs, of Henry^, of Jacob^, of Dillmax'. 

3376^/^ I Lizzie Moyer, m. Philip Alderfer. 

8 ?)?)77 2 Henry Jlloyer, m. Susanna Godshall. 

8 3378 3 haiaJi ALoyer, m. Catharine Clemens. 

8 3379 4 JMieliael Moyer, m. Mary Landis. 

S 31^^ 5 ALiry J\h)yer, m. Henry Det^veiler. 

8 3380 6 Katie Moyer, m. John Freed. 

All of Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2486. 

JACOB KULP7, of HE^•RY^ of Henry^ of Jacob*, of 
Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3381 I Amanda Knlp, m. Lewis Horning. 



414 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. Xo. Xo. " 

8 3382 2 Elias Kulp, m. Emma Nice. 

S 2)i'^?) 3 E/ica Kiilp, m. Henry Hartzel. 

8 3384 4 Hoiry Kulp, m. Irene Swope, of Franconia 
Square Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2487. 

SAMUEL KULP7, of HENRV^ of Henrys, of Jacob^, of 
Henry3, of Jacob^ of Dillman'. 

8 3385 I Fauiiic Kiilp, b. May 19, 1861. 

8 3386 2 Li.zzic Kitlp, b. January 10, 1864; m. John 
F. Lederach December 20, 1880, Leder- 
achsville, Pa. 

8 3387 3 Allen Kiilp, b. December 8, 1867; d. Au- 

gust 25, 1869. 

8 3388 4 .-J/z/cr/z^^r /v///^, b. January 28, 187 1 ; m. 

Heckler. 

8 3389 5 y<^/''''^ A'////, b. June 12, 1875. 

All born at Telford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2488. 

SUSANNA KULP7 (Frick), of HE^•RY^ of Hexry^, of 
Jacob*, of Henrys, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3390 I il/.s-,:7V iv'/c/', b. August 2, 1859 ; m. William 

Souder, of Franconia, Pa. 

2 One son, died young. 



KULP FAMILY. 415 

CHILDREN OF No. 2489. 

HENRY KULP7, of HENRY^ of Henrys, of Jacob^, of 
Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3391 I 5c?/7?// A'////, m. Reuben Alderfer ; one child, 

Henry. 

8 3392 2 Tiv'o cjiildrcji, died young. 

All of Franconia Scjuare, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2490. 

MICHAEL KULP7, of HE^■RY^ of Hexry^, of Jacob^. 
of Henry3, of Jacob^, of Dillman\ 

8 3395 I Wallace Kulp, m. Jane Renninger ; one 

child, P'lora. 

8 3396 2 Katie Kiilp, m. Jacob God.shall ; one child, 

Howard. 

8 3397 3 Lizzie Kiilp. 

8 3398 4 Vincent Kul p. 

All of Telford, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2491. 
LIZZIE K0LB7 (Bergey), of HENRY^ of Henry^ of 

JaC0B4, of HeNRY3, of JaCOB^, of DILLMAN^ 

8 3399 I Fi-ank Bergey, m. Kate Moyer ; children: 

Howard and Harry. 

8 3400 2 Mary Bergey, m. P^dwin Bergey ; one child, 

Lizzie. 



4l6 KULP FAMILY. 



Inclividual Faniilr 

Gen. No. Xo. ' 



8 3401 3 Scvilla Bcrgcy, in. Enos Haldeman ; one 

child, Alvin. 

8 3402 4 Lizzie Bcrgcy, m. Henry Rittenhouse. 

S 3403 5 Elias Bcrgcy. 

8 3404 6 Katie Bcrgcy. 

8 3405 7 Henry Bcrgcy. 

8 3406 8 Miiccnt Bcrgcy. 
All of Franconia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2492. 

SARAH KOLR7 (Moyer), of HENRY^ of Henrys, of 
Jacob'*, of Hexry^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

8 3407 I Eraiik Moycr. 

8 3408 2 Lizzie j\Loycr. 
8 3409 3 Allot Moycr. 

All of Franconia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2493. 
JACOB KULP7, of Abraham^ of Henrys, of Jacob^, of 

HeNRY3, of JACOB^ of DILLMAN^ 

8 3410 I Henry Kulp, m. Mary Nice. 

8 341 1 2 Frank Knlp, m. Mi.s.s Fredericks. 

8 3412 3 Annie JlLzry Knlp, m. Michael Ruth. 

8 3413 4 Sallie Kulp. 

All born at Franconia Square, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 417 

CHILDREN OF No. 25J0. 

ANNIE MOYER7 (Harley), of Naxcy Ziegler^ (Moy- 
er), of Barbara Kolbs (Ziegler), of*JAcoB^ of Henry3, of 

JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

ludividual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

8 3414 I Joanna Harley, h. March 11, 1845; "">• Na- 

thaniel Cre.ssman ; cliildren : George, 
Nathaniel, Anna, Edna, Katie, Edith. 

8 3415 2 /cr<:W7 //r?r/g', b. January 31, 1847 ; m. Sallie 

Gross ; children : Jennie, Eddie ; res., 
Philadelphia. 

8 3416 3 ^Z^/??//^;// y/r^r/n', b. May 22, 1848; m. Kate 
Meyers ; one child, Frank ; res., Lans- 
dale. Pa. 

8 3417 4 Catharine Harley, b. December 29, 1849; 
m. George Lukens ; children : George, 
Laura, Jennie, Nannie. 

8 3418 5 i^/^?n' 7/<'?r/n', b. July 26, 1853 ; m. Christian 

Cassel ; children : Anna, Nola, Harrison, 
Robert, George; res., Philadelphia. 

8 3419 6 yt77w/r //irrr/tj, b. August 8, i860; m. Anna 
Ritter ; no issue ; res., Lansdale, Pa. 

8 a 7 Henry Harley, b. January 22, 1852; d. Sep- 

tember 17, 1854. 

8 b 8 Emma Harley, b. April 14, 1857; d. aged 

20 years, 4 months. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2587. 
JACOB Z. KULP7, of ABRAHAM^ of Jacobs, of Dill- 

MAN'^, of HeNRY3, of JaCOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3420 I Leali Kulp, m. Moses Betzner. 



41 8 KULP FAMILY. 

Ilirlividual Family 

Xu. " 

2 Abraham Kulp, at Elkhart, Ind. 

3 Elias Kulp, at Berlin, Ont. ; m. Betzner. 

4 Aaron Kulp, at Elkhart, Ind. 

5 Titus Knlp, at Berlin, Ont. 

6 Polly Kiilp, died young. 

7 Simon Kiilp, died young. 



Gen. 

8 


•So. 

3421 


8 


3422 


8 


3423 


8 


3424 


8 


3425 


8 


3426 



CHILDREN OF No. 2589. 
MENNO Z. KULP7, of ABRAHAM^ of Jacobs, of Dill- 

MAN4, of HeNRV3, of JACOH^ of DlLLMAX'. 



8 


3427 


I 


ii7/,:rc? Knlp, died youn 


8 


3428 


2 


Anna Kiilp. 


8 


3429 


3 


Lydia Knlp. 


8 


3430 


4 


\Vi)icJicstcr Knlp. 


8 


3431 


5 


Alcnno Knlp. 


8 


3432 


6 


Agnes Knlp. 



Several more whose names I did not learn. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2591. 
DILLMAN Z. K0LB7, of ABRAHAM^ of Jacobs, of 

DiLLMAN'', of HeNRV3, of JACOB^ of DlLLMAN^ 

8 3433 I Ii^(^ F- Kulp. 

8 3434 2 Mary Alberta Knlp, m. Simon Bowman. 

S 3435 3 Alnicda E. Kulp. 



KULP FAMILY. 



419 



8 3436 4 ]ViIIic A. Kulp, died young. 
"^ IA17 S Ada P. Kidp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2593. 
JOSEPH ERB7, of Molly Kolb^ (Erb), of Jacobs, of 

DlLLMAN^, of HeXRY3, of JaCOB% of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3438 I Lena Erb. 

8 3439 2 Lydia Erb. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2594. 
CYRUS ERB7, of Molly Kolb^ (Erb), of Jacob^ of 

DiLLMANt, of HeNRY3, of JaCOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3440 I Mary Ann Erb. 

8 3441 2 Jolin H. Erb. 

8 3442 3 SUas Erb. 

8 3443 4 Mdton Erb. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2595. 

JACOB ERB7, of Molly Kolb^ (Erb), of Jacobs, of 
Dillman^, of Henky3, of Jacob^, of Dillman^ 



8 


3444 


I 


Manic Erb. 


8 


3445 


--> 


Hcnvard Erb. 


8 


3446 


3 


Franklin Erb. 


8 


3447 


4 


George Erb. 


8 


3448 


5 


Alice Erb. 


8 


3449 


6 


An St in Erb. 


8 


3450 


7 


Mdton Erb. 



420 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 2596. 
ABRAHAM ERB?, of Molly Kolb'^ (Erb), of Jacob^ 

of DlLLMAN"*, of HeNRY3, of JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 



Gen. 

8 


Individual 
Xo. 

3451 


FaniiK 
>-o." 

I 


Frank Erb. 


8 


3452 


2 


Harry Erb. 


8 


3453 


3 


George Erb. 


8 


3454 


4 


James Erb. 


8 


3455 


5 


Mary Erb. 


8 


3456 


6 


Nellie Erb. 


8 


3457 


7 


Agnes Erb. 


8 


3458 


8 


Ida Erb. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2598. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ERB^, of Molly Kolb^ 
(Erb), of Jacobs, of Dillman-*, of Henry^, of Jacob^, of 
Dillman' 



3459 


I Arthur Erb. 


3460 


2 Roy Erb. 


3461 


3 Edzuard Erb. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2599. 

HANNAH ERB7 (Hagy), of Molly Kolb^ (Erb), of 
Jacobs, of Dillman'*, of Henry3, of Jacob^", of Dillman'. 

8 3462 I Julian Hagy. 

8 3463 2 Angeline Hagy. 

8 3464 3 Willie Hagy. 

8 3465 4 JonatJiaJi Hagy. 



KULP FAMILY. 421 

CHILDREN OF No. 2601. 
ELIZABETH KULP? (Weber), of Tobias^ of Jacobs, of 

DlLLMAN^ of HeNKY3, of JACOB^ of DiLLMAN'. 

luflivi.liKil Family 

Gen. No. No.' 

8 3466 I Man/iassa IVcin-r. 

8 3467 2 Hannah Wedcr. 

8 3468 3 Emanda Wchcr. 

8 3469 4 Lena Weber. 

S 3470 5 Menno Webei\ died young. 

8 3471 6 Maria Weber., 

8 3472 7 Ephraim Weber. 

8 3473 8 Liieinda Weber. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2602. 
CATHARINE KOLB? (Murphy), of ToBIA-s^ of Jacob?, 

of DiLLMAN-*, of HeNRY3, of JaCOB^, of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3474 I Henry Murphy, h. December 11, 1855. 

8 3475 2 Marj' Ann Mnrpliy, b. September 8, 1857. 

8 3476 3 Jolui Murphy, b. October 5, 1858. 

8 3477 4 Lydia Murphy, b. January 20, i860. 

8 3478 5 Juliann Murphy, h.'HovcmhQY 4., i?,6i. 

8 3479 6 Mody CatJiarlne Murphy, b. December 27, 
1863. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2604. 

JOSEPH KULP7, of ToBrAs^ of Jacob?, of DILLMAN^ of 
Henry3, of JAC0B^ of Dillman'. 

8 3480 I O'lver S. Kulp, b. August 2, 1867. 

(k. f.— 28.) 



422 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 3481 2 Elsie Kulp, b. September 17, 1875. 

8 3482 3 Lucinda Kulp, b. March 29, 1878. 

8 3483 4 Irvin Kulp, b. October 20, 1879. 

8 3484 5 Alice Kulp, b. November 4, 1881. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3083. 

SIMEON K. CASSEL8, of Elizabeth Koi.b? (Cassel), 
of Nancy Alderfer'' (Kolb), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb'» 
(Alderfer), of Isaac3, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

9 3485 I Allen Cassel,h. December 4, 1866; m. Re- 

becca Kennedy October 10, 1891 ; one 
child, Ethel Maria, b. September 14, 

1893- 
Katie Cassel, h. November 25, 1868. 
Jacob F. Cassel, b. November 6, 1870; mute. 
Charles Cassel, b. October 3, 1872. 

5 Annie Cassel, b. August 10, 1874; d. June 
12, 1892. 

9 3490 6 Edith Cassel, b. July 26, 1876; d. Septem- 
ber 20, 1888. 

9 3491 7 Sulie Cassel, b. July 20, 1878. 

9 3492 8 George Cassel, b. December 13, 1879. 

9 3493 9 Lizzie Cassel, h. October 14, 1881. 



9 


3486 


2 


9 


3487 


3 


9 


3488 


4 


9 


3489 


5 



CHILDREN OF No. 3085. 

ABEL K. CASSEL^, of Elizabeth Kolb? (Cassel), of 
Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb'^ 
(Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 423 

3494 I George Washington Casse/,h. 12, 1872; 

died in infancy. 

9 3495 2 Elivood Cassel, b. November 9, 1873; died 

October 18, 1874. 

9 3496 3 Abel Clarance Casse/, h. October 7, 1875 ; 

d. December 22, 1877. 

9 3497 4 Elizabeth Cosine Cassel, b. December 16, 
1878; died. 

9 3498 5 Anna Bella Cassel, b. September 9, 1880. 

9 3499 6 James Cassel, b. September i, 1881 ; d. Oc- 
tober 30, 1881. 

9 3501 7 William Andrezv Cassel, b. September 10, 

1882. 

9 3502 8 J/c?;t i5"//<:7/ Cassel, died. 

9 3503 9 Echvin Oetavins Cassel, b. July 20, 1885 ; d. 
December 9, 1885. 

9 3504 10 Rufus Buriiett Getman, Jr., Cassel,h.^-3iXc\\. 
15, 1888; d. May i6, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3086. 

WILLIAM K. CASSEL^, of Mary Kolb^ (Cassel), of 
Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaacs of Elizabeth Kolb'* 
(Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of DILLMAN^ 

9 3505 I Mary Cathariiie Cassel, b. April 9, 1878. 



424 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3088. 

JOSIAH K. CASSEL^ of Mary Kolb^ (Cassel), of 
Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb* 
(Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dillmax'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. .No. " 

9 3506 I Mamie F. Cassel. 

9 3507 2 Williain F. Cassel. 

9 35'^^ 3 WilJiehnijia F. Cassel. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3089. 

DEBORAH \VILE« (Frederick), of Scsaxna Kolb? 
(Wile), of Nancy Alderf-er^ (Kolb), of Lsaac^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb* (Alderfer-), of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

1 Katie Alice \V. Frederick, b. November 26, 

1875. 

2 Harvey W. Frederick, b. October 19, 1877; 
d. May 19, 1878. 

3 John ]V. Frederick, b. April 30, 1879. 

4 \l)iceiitAV. Frederick, b. October 16, 1881. 

5 Joseph W. Frederick, b. September 20, 1 883. 

6 Alviii W. Frederick, b. June 25, 1889. 

7 Fliiier IV. Frederick, b. November, 1892. 



9 


3509 


9 


3510 


9 


3511 


9 


3512 


9 


3513 


9 


3514 


9 


35i4> 



CHILDREN OF No. 3090. 

ELLA WILE^ (Nice), of Susanna Kolb? (Wile), of 
Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb\ of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb* 
(Alderfer), of Is.\ac3, of Jacob% of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 425 



Gen. 



9 3515 I I/arvcy Nice, h. ]u\y 2i), 1880. 

9 3516 2 Susan Nice, h. November 14, 1881. 

9 3517 3 Lizzie Nice, h. February 19, 1884. 

9 3518 4 /cV^;/ iV/W', b. July 30, 1885. 

9 3519 5 Mary Nice, h.yi2.rc\\ 13, 1887. 

9 3520 6 Henry Nice, h. March 15, 1889. 

7 Tobias Nice, b. July 30, 1891. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3091. 

BENJAMIN WILE8, of Susanna Kolb? (Wile), of 
Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaac^ of Elizabeth Kolb-* 
(Alderfer), of Isaac^ of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

9 3521 I Annie ?F//r, b. September 13, 1887. 

9 3522 2 Jacob JVi/e,h. December 9, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3 119. 

JACOB K. CLEMMER^ of Sallie Kolb? (Clemmer), 
of Nancy Alderfer*^ (Kolb), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb-* 
(Alderfer), of Isaacs, of JACOB^ of DILLMAN^ 

9 3523 I Sallie Clemmer, h. 1872; m. John Hensel. 

9 3524 2 Lizzie Cle^nmer, b. 1874. 

9 3525 3 J<->Ji^i Clemmer, b. 1884. 



426 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3120. 

SUSANNA K. CLEMMER8 (Derstein), of Sallie 
KoLB^ (Clemmer), of Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaac^, of 
Elizabeth Kolb'^ (Alderfer), of Isaac^, of Jacob^, of Dill- 
man'. 



Gen 



ludividual Family 

Xo. Ko. ■ 

9 3526 I Irvin Derstein, b. 1882. 



Sallie Derstein. died young. 
9 3527 2 Mary Lizzie Derstein, h. 1885. 

9 3528 3 Josiali Derstein, b. 1889. 

9 3528a 4 Emma Derstein. 
9 5 Hiram Derstein, d. young. 

9 3528b 6 Hoivard Derstein. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3 121. 

MARY CLEMMER8 (Brunner), of Sallie Kolb? (Clem- 
mer), of Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaac^ of Elizabeth 
Kolb-* (Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

1 Hiram Bnmner, b. 1 877. 

2 Katie Brunner, b. 1879. 

3 Sallie Brunner, b. 1881. 

4 Harvey Brunner, b. 1883. 

5 Mary Brunner, b. 1885. 

6 Lydia Ella Brunner, b. 1889. 
Barbara Brunner, died young. 

3534 7 Susanna BriDiner, died in infancy. 



9 


3529 


9 


3530 


9 


3531 


9 


3532 


9 


3533 


9 


3534 



KULP FAMILY. 42/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 3122. 

JOHN CLEMMER8, of Sallie Kolb? (Clcmmer), of 
Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaacs, of Elizabeth Kolb-^ 
(Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

Indiviiiual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

9 3535 I Jacob Hozvard Clcnuncr, b. March 16, 1887; 

d. August 20, 1 88/: 

9 3536 2 Elmer F. Clcviincr, b. April 2, 1 883. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3124. 

JOSIAH CLEMMER«, of Sallie Kolb? (Clcmmer), of 
Nancy Alderfer^ (Kolb), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb'* 
(Alderfer), of Isaac^, of JACOB^ of DILLMAN^ 

9 3537 I Hanny Clciiimci\h. 1887. 

9 35 37''- Clayton Clcnuncr, b. 1892. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3125. 

JONAS CLEMMER^ of Sallie Kolb? (Clemmer), of 
Nancy Alderfer*' (Kolb), of Isaac^, of Elizabeth Kolb'^ 
(Alderfer), of Isaacs, of Jacob^, of Dillman'. 

9 3538 I Katie Clemmer, b. February 19, 1891. 

Elwood Clemmer, b. November 20, 1892. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1676. 

HENRY D. HUNSICKER^ of Rev. Johns, of Rev. 
Heinrich*, of Elizabeth Kolbs (Hunsicker), of Jacob^, of 
Dillman'. 

7 3539 I Elizabeth Httnsicker, died unmarried. 



428 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 3540 2 £nos //i/nsirki'r, m. AmvdMd.r'kley, daughter 
of Jacob Markley ; re.s., Germantown, 
Philadelphia ; grocery. 

7 3541 3 Ra>. Frank Hunsickcr, Presbyterian ; res., 

Carversville, Bucks county, Pa. ; m. 
Elizabeth Hunsickcr, daughter of Rev. 
Abraham Hunsicker, of CoUegeville, Pa. 

4 Barbara Hunsickcr, died unmarried. 

5 Mary Hunsickcr, m. Benjamin Markley, 
CoUegeville, Pa. 

6 John Hunsickcr, m. Louise Cole ; res.. Iron- 
bridge, Pa. 

7 Sara/i Hunsickcr, m. David Haldeman ; res., 
Kansas. 

8 Isaac Hunsickcr, died unmarried. 



7 


3542 


7 


3543 


7 


3544 


7 


3545 


7 


3546 



FAMILY OF HENRY KOLB. 



Heinrich Kolb, or Henry Kulp, as the name is now 
spelled by many of the descendants, the subject of our present 
sketch, came to Pennsylvania as early as 1707. He was one 
of the earliest of the Mennonite preachers in Skippack, now 
Montgomery county. Pa. He and his brothers, Martin and 
Jacob, were trustees of the venerable Mennonite church and 
its property on the Skippack, the oldest Mennonite church 
in America but one. Matthias Van Bebber conveyed one 
hundred acres to the organization on June 18, 17 17, and upon 
that ground a building was erected for worship about the year 
1725. Henry Kolb's name appears first on the list of elders 
and ministers in this congregation. His grandfather on the 
maternal side was Peter Schumacher, a member of the Men- 
nonite church, who afterwards connected himself with the 
Society of Friends (Quakers). He came to Pennsylvania 
October 12, 1685, in the "Francis and Dorothy," with his 
son Peter, his daughters, Mary, Frances and Gertrude, and 
his cousin Sarah, and remained at Germantown until the 
time of his death in 1707, aged eighty-five years. The 
mother of Henry died in 1705, and was buried at Wolfs- 
heim, in the Palatinate (Pfalz). At the time of her death 
she was in the fifty-third year of her age. His father (Dill- 
man) died eight years later, aged sixty-four. He was buried 
at Manheim, in the Palatinate (Pfalz). Henry, Martin, Jacob, 
Johannes and Dielman were all brothers. Henry, Martin 
and Dillman, in America, and another brother, Peter, in Ger- 
many, were Mennonite ministers. Martin and Jacob mar- 
ried sisters, the daughters of Isaac Van Sintern. Of Mar- 
tin's children, three married Rittenhouses. Isaac Van Sin- 



430 KULP FAMILY. 

tern died August 23, 1737, and is buried at the old Skippack 
Mennonite meeting-house. The Kolbs were early and con- 
spicuous in the ministry of the Mennonite church. They 
were devout followers of the teachings of Menno Simons, who 
was born at the village called Witmarsum, in Friesland, in the 
year 1492, and died in the year 1559, on the 13th of January. 
Peter Kolb, also a brother, was a Mennonite preacher 
at Griesheim, in the Palatinate, attending to this appointment 
until God called him in 1728. He was a very active assistant 
of Mennonite emigration to Pennsylvania. 



Gen 



CHILDREN OF No. 6. 
HENRY KOLB^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 
No. No. 

3 3539 1 /*r/^r AW/;, b. about 1718 ; d. 1748; m. Miss 
Elizabeth E. ■; from him are de- 
scended the Kolbs in Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county. Pa. ; his 
children were Jacob, Dillman, Henry. 

3 3540 2 David Kolb, h. 1720. 

3 3541 3 Dicluian Kolb, b. 1722; of Perkiomen ; ad- 

ministration letters granted December 
20, 1785; inventory filed February 6, 
1786; accounts filed April 20, 1787; 
children : Jacob, Margaret and Eliza- 
beth, and Godshall Godshall was their 
guardian. 

3 3542 4 Mary Kolb, m. (Herman) Karsdorp, b. 1696. 

A brief account of the Karsdorp family as found on the 
Orphans' Court records and other records in Philadelphia : 



KULP FAMILY. 43 I 

Herman Karsdorp, Sr., m. Adriana de Voss, b. January 27, 
1662; m. September 15, 1683; children, viz.: 

1 Herman Karsdorp, b. July 4, 16S6; d. Oc- 

tober 9, 1690. 

2 Jacob Karsdorp, b. August 15, 1688; d. in- 

testate, 1735. 

3 Sara Karsdorp, b. February 24, 1690. 

4 Elizabeth Karsdorp, b. June 20, 1692. 

5 Herman Karsdorp. b. April 18, 1696; m. 

Mary Kulp, daughter of Henry. 

The above is the family mentioned by S. W. Penny- 
packer in his Sketches, page 53. 

Jacob Karsdorp, son of Adriana de Voss; d. 1735, in 
Philadelphia, on Water street. Had children : Henry, Jacob, 
Jane and Mary. The two latter were yet minors. Henry, 
the oldest, was the administrator of his father Jacob's estate. 

In 1702 William Hoster died in Germantown, leaving a 
widow but no children. Then she married Isaac Karsdorp 
(name mentioned in S. W. Pennypacker's Sketches, page 54).. 
He died soon after. Left no children. The widow remained 
in possession of the property. 

This is all I was able to find of the Karsdorp family in 
America. 



Gen 



ividual Family 

*o. No. 

3 3543 5 Dorothy Koib, m. (Godshall) Godshall ; he 

was the guardian of Jacob, Margaret and 
Elizabeth Kulp, minor children of Dill- 
man Kolb, of Perkiomen, Pa. 

Jacob Godshall came to Germantown, a Mennonite min- 
ister, in 1702. Later he moved to Towamensing township, 
Montgomery county, Pa., and settled on the Skippack, where, 
in 1734, Godshall Godshall owned a farm, and was taxed for 
one hundred and twenty acres of land. And this Godshall 
Godshall had a son Garret Godshall and Jacob Godshall. 



432 KULP FAMILY. 

By comparing these dates with the dates of the birth of 
Henry Kolb's children, it is probable that this is the one who 
married Dorothy Kolb. And further, I find on the Orphans' 
Court records, at Norristown, that a Godshall Godshall was 
appointed a guardian for three minor children of Dillman 
Kolb, the brother of Dorothy. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

3 3544 6 Aimic Kolb, m. Schwartz. 

3 3545 7 ^g^^^'s Kolb. 



CLEMENS FAMILY. 



GERHART CLEMENS' came to America from the 
Palatinate on the Rhine in 1709. He was the son of Jacob 
Clemens, and had been born in 1680. He purchased of David 
Powell, in 1718, about 690 acres of land in Salford, on a branch 
of the Perkiomen creek. He built a mill in 1726, now known 
as Alderfer's. This mill stood till 1823. He had three sons: 
Jacob", John"" and Abraham""; and a daughter, Ann. He 
died in 1745. 

In 1 7 18, Gerhart Clemens sold 250 acres of the aforesaid 
tract of land to his son, Abraham Clemens; also about 86 
acres to his son, Jacob Clemens. 

Abraham Clemens'" married Catharine Bachman, and 
had ten children, viz.: 

Familv 
Gim. Nu. 

3 I George Clcmois. 

3 2 Gerhart Clemens, d. young. 

3 3 Abraliam Clei/teiis, m. Mary Steiner ; res., Leder- 

achsville, Pa. 

3 4 Jacob Clemens. 

3 5 Mary Clemens, m. Jacob Kolb, son of Peter ; res., 

Kulpsville, Pa. 

3 6 Anna Clemens, m. Matthias Stauffer ; res., Kulps- 

ville, Pa. 

3 7 Betty Clemens, m. George Markley ; res., Trewig- 

town, Pa. 

3 8 Catharine Clemens, m. Jacob Overholzer ; res., Hat- 

field, Pa. 



434 KULP FAMILY. 

Family 
Gen. Xo." 

3 9 Susanna Clemens, m. Jacob Cassel ; res., Schwenks- 
ville, Pa. 

3 lo Es^ier Clemens, m. Benjamin Hendricks ; res., Bloom- 
infj; Glen, Pa. 



No. I. George Clemens^, m. . Children 

4 George Clemens ; removed to Canada. 

4 Jacob Clemens. 

4 Christian Clemens ; res., Doylestown, Pa. 

4 Abraliam Clemens. 

4 Catharine Clemens, m. Emery. 

4 Mrs. Schaffcr. 

4 Mrs. Lloyd. 

4 Mrs. Mimes. 



No. 3. Abraham Clemens^, m. Mary Steiner. Children: 

4 John Clemens, d. young; b. July 17, 1779. 

4 Catharine Clemens, m. Jacob Kolb ; res., Canada. 

4 Magcialena Clemens, m. Henry Clemmer ; res., 

Canada. 

4 George Cloncns, m. Catharine Oberholzer ; res., 

Lederachsville, Lower Salford, Pa. 

4 Jacob Clemens, m. Rachel Derstein ; res., Canada. 

4 Abraham Clemens, vi\.'^\xs?iVLXVd.T)QX's,\.€\x\\ res., Canada. 



KULP FAMILY. 435 

No. 4. Jacob Clemens^, m. ' ; resided in Chester 

county, Fa. Children : 

Family 
Gen. No. 

4 AbraJiam Clcuuiis. 

4 Jacob Clcviois. 

4 Henry Clcmois. 

4 Clemens, m. Mr. WarHch. 

4 Molly C/eviens, m. Henry Paul. 

4 Catharine Clemens, m. John Roth. 

4 Nancy Clen/ens, m. John King. 

4 Susanna Clemens, m. John Sheimer. 
All in Chester county, Pa. 



No. 5. Mary Clemen.s^, m. Jacob Kolb. Children : 

4 Abraham Kulp, m. (i) Barbara Sellers, (2) l^lizabeth 

Wampole. 

4 Jacob Kulp, ni. Elizabeth Boorse; res., Kulpsville, Pa. 

4 David Kulp, m. Susanna Clemens. 

4 Catharine Kulp, m. Abraham Sellers. 

4 Alary Kulp, m. Da\'id Reiner ; res., Line Lexington, 

Pa. 

4 Susanna Kulp, m. Christian Stauffer; res., Kulps- 

ville, Pa. 

4 Nancy Kulp, m. John Snare ; res., Doylestown, Pa. 

4 Elizabeth Kulp, m. Andrew Boyer ; Honeybrook P. 

O., Chester county, Pa. 



436 KULP FAMILY. 

No. 6. Anna Clemens^, m. Matthias Stauffer. Children: 

Family 
Gen. No. 

4 CJiristiaii Staiiffcr, m. Susanna Kulp. 

4 Abraham Staiijfcr, m. Catharine Hackman. 

4 Mary Stauffer, m. Harman God.shall ; re.s., Kulps- 

ville, Pa. 

4 Susan Stauffer, m. Corncliu.s Kuster, Worcester, Pa. 

4 Katie Stauffer, m. Jacob Stauffer, of Bucks Co., Pa. 



No. 7. Elizabeth Clemens3, m. George Markley. 
Children : 

4 J<^'^iii Mark/ey. 

4 Isaat Markley. 

4 Abraham Markley. 

4 Jacob Markley. 

4 Levi Markley ; Montgomeryville, Pa. 

4 Daniel JSIarkley. 

4 Henry Markley. 

4 George Markley ; Montgomery ville, Pa. 

4 Katie Markley. 

4 Sallie Markley, m. John Garner; Doylestovvn, Pa. 

4 Betsy Markley, m. George Weber ; res., Worcester, 

Montgomery county, Pa. 



No. 8. Catharine Clemenss, m. Jacob Oberholzer. 
Children : 

4 Catharine Oberhoher, m. John Shutt December 24, 

1796. 



KULP FAMILY, 



437 



4 Barbara ObcrJiohcr, m. John Snyder; res., Main- 

land, Pa. 

4 HannaJi ObcrJiohcr, m. John Pleiss ; res., Hatfield, Pa. 

4 Henry Obcrliolrjcr, died single. 

4 Jacob ObcrJiolzcr. 

4 George Oberliolzer, died single. 



No. 9. Susanna Clemens3, m. Jacob Cassel. Children : 

4 Abraham Cassel, m. Polly Bean ; res., Lucon, Pa. 

4 Cat/mrine Casse/, m. Jacob Bergey ; res., Lederachs- 

ville, Pa. 

4 Molly Cassel, m. Samuel Bergey ; res., McAllister- 

ville, Juniata county. Pa. 

4 Elizabeth C assel, m. Abraham Kratz ; res., Skippack- 

ville, Pa. 

4 Jacob Cassel, m. Wilhelmina Kulp ; res., Schwenks- 

ville, Pa. 

4 JoJm Cassel, m. Sallie Bean ; res., Canada. 

4 Susanna Cassel, m. Daniel Pennypacker; res., Skip- 

pack, Pa. 



No. 10. Esther Clemens^, m. Benjamin Hendricks. 
Children : 

4 Catharine Hendricks, m. Isaac Bechtel ; res., Hill- 

town, Pa. 

4 Jacob Hendricks, m. Molly Drissel ; res.. Blooming 

Glen, Pa. 

4 John Hendricks, m. Molly Alderfer; res.. Blooming 

Glen, Pa. 

(k. f. — 29.) 



438 KULP FAMILY. 

Faiiiilv 
Gen. No." 

4 Molly Hendricks, m. Samuel Moyer; res., Richfield, 

Juniata county, Pa. 

4 Betsy Hendricks, m. Benjamin Bergey ; res., Branch- 

town, Pa. 

4 Joseph Hendricks, m. Elizabeth George ; res.. Bloom- 

ing Glen, Pa. 

4 George Hendricks, died single. 

4 Susanna Hendricks, m. Joseph Schwartz ; res., Fran- 

conia. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3539. 

PETER K0LB3, of Heniu-, of Dillman'. 

4 3546 I Jacob Kolb, b. March 7, 1740; d. June 28, 

1 8 1 8 ; his bones lie away in the Mennon- 
ite grave-yard at Kulpsville, Montgom- 
ery county. Pa.; his marriage certificate 
is in the possession of George Brubaker 
Kulp, a descendant, and is dated Novem- 
ber 6, 1766; his res., Whitpain town- 
ship, county of Philadelphia, province of 
Pennsylvania ; he m. Mary Clemens No- 
\ember 6, 1766, and resided at (now) 
Kulpsville, Montgomery county. Pa. : 
children : Jacob, Abraham, David, Eliza- 
beth, Catharine, Mary, Susanna, Nancy. 
Mary (Clemens) Kulp died August 30, 
1823, aged 78 years, 4 months, 3 days. 

The following is a correct copy of their marriage certifi- 
cate : 

Whereas, Jacob Kulp, of the township of Whitpain, in 
the county of Philadelphia, in the province of Pennsylvania, 



KULP FAMILY. 439 

and Mary Cleamans, daughter of Abraham Cleamans, of Lower 
Salford, in the county and province aforesaid, having pub- 
hshed their intentions of marriage with each other, according 
to law in that case provided, and nothing appearing to ob- 
struct their proceedings, did appear at the house of Samuel 
Bachman, in the county and province aforesaid, on the sixth 
day of November, in the year of our Lord, 1766, in an as- 
sembly for that occasion met ; and the said Jacob Kulp, tak- 
ing the said Mary Cleamans by the hand, did, in a solemn 
manner, openly declare that he took her to be his wife, prom- 
ising, by the Lord's assistance, to be unto her a faithful and 
loving husband, until death should separate them ; and there 
and therein, in ye said assembly, ye said Mary Cleamans did, 
in like manner, openly declare that she took ye said Jacob 
Kulp to be her husband, promising in like manner to be unto 
him a faithful and loving wife until death should separate 
them ; and there and then the said Jacob Kulp and Mary 
Cleamans, she, according to the custom of marriage, assuming 
ye name of her husband as a further confirmation therefor, 
did to these presents put their hands ; and we, whose names 
are underwritten, being, amongst others, present at the sol- 
emnization and subscription, in manner aforesaid, witnesses 
thereunto, have also set our hands the day and year written. 

JACOB KOLB. 
MARY KULB. 

Done before me, Wm. Dewees. 

Abraham Dawes. William T. Miller. 

Joseph Mather. Levi Foulke. 

Samuel Henriks. William Nash. 

Andrew Barge. Henry Sweitzer. 

Sebastian Jarrett. Bernhardt Freyer. 

Samuel Bachman. Geo. J. Keyder. 
Elizabeth Kolb. 



440 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Geo. , No. No. 

4 3547 2 Dilbnan Kolb, m. Barbara Cassel, a daughter 

of Hupert Cassel, of Hilltown, Bucks 
county, Pa., in 1777; he was the father 
of Bishop Jacob Kolb, of Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county. Pa. ; 
Dillman Kolb resided in Upper Salford 
township, Montgomery county. Pa., on 
the Branch creek, on the farm known in 
later years as the old Stauffer farm ; his 
children were Rev. Jacob, John, P^liza- 
beth. 

4 354^ 3 Henry Kolb, m. Susanna Detweiler, a sister 

to Esther Detweiler; Henry resided in 
Skippack township, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; he was generally known as " Sch- 
reiner Kolb ;" he was sometimes accused 
of being a kind of a conjuror; old mem- 
bers of the family were consulted about 
him, and the)' think he had no children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3546. 

JACOB KOLB^ of PETER3, of HENRY^ of Dillman". 

5 3549 I Elizabeth Kulp, b. November 3, 1767; m. 
Andrew Boyer ; they moved to Waynes- 
burg, Chester county. Pa. ; Honeybrook, 
P. O., Pa. ; children : Andrew, Jesse and 
Anthony. 

5 3550 2 Abrahajn Kulp, b. July 19, 1770 ; d. Febru- 
ary II, 1847; n^- Barbara Sellers; she 
was the grandmother of George Bru- 
baker Kulp, Esq., at Wilkesbarre, Pa. ; 
she died, and Abraham Kulp married for 



KULP FAMILY. 44 1 

Individual Family 

Geu. .\o. No. 

5 3550 2 his second wife, Elizabeth, daughter of 

Daniel Wampole ; he died February 11, 
1 847, near Linden, Lycoming county. Pa.; 
children : Enos S., Eli S., Jacob S., Eph- 
raim, David, Levi, Daniel, John, Jack- 
son, Washington, Mary ; Abraham had 
two daughters by his first wife ; one 
married a Dreisbach, the other a Fillman. 

Abraham Kulp, who was the eldest son of Jacob, was 
born in Towamensing township, then Philadelphia, now Mont- 
gomery county, Pa., July 19, 1770. His first wife, the grand- 
mother of George B. Kulp, was Barbara Sellers, the daughter 
of Leonard Sellers, and granddaughter of Philip Henry Sel- 
ler (now written Sellers), who emigrated to this country from 
Weinheim, Germany, in the ship " James Goodwill," David 
Crockett, master, from Rotterdam, September 11, 1728 (Col. 
Rec, Vol. 3, page 331). accompanied by his wife and four 
children. They first settled near Skippack, Montgomery 
county, but soon thereafter purchased a considerable tract of 
land near Sellersville, Bucks county. He ended his earthly 
pilgrimage near by at the age of sixty-five, leaving seven 
sons and three daughters. Sellersville received its name from 
Hon. Samuel Sellers, a brother of Leonard, and who occupied 
a position in the Pennsylvania Legislature, from which the 
title of Honorable was acquired. He was also Sheriff of 
Bucks county. Hons. Tobias and Mahlon S. Sellers were 
members of the same family, which is spread over Bucks and 
Montgomery counties, to the discredit of neither. Abraham's 
second wife was Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel Wampole. 
She was born May 21, 1775, and died May 28, 1870, having 
lived a married life from March 12, 1809, and a widow from 
1847. Daniel Wampole was a son of Henry, of the same 
name, who emigrated from Germany with his brother Freder- 
ick in 1743, and purchased a large agricultural tract in Fran- 
conia township, on the north branch of the Perkiomen creek, 
in Montgomery county, where Daniel first saw the light of 



442 KULP FAMILY. 

day. A genealogical history of the Wampole family is pre- 
pared by Rev. Jacob F. Wampole, of Shamokin, Northumber- 
land county, Pa. Abraham Kulp died February ii, 1847, 
near Linden, Lycoming county, Pa. 

luilivi.iuid Family 

Gen. Xo. Xo. 

5 3551 '3 Catharine Kulp, b. January 15, 1773; m. 
Abraham Sellers ; children : Ann, Enos, 
P^phraim and David. 

5 3552 4 Mary Kulp, b. March 8, 1775; m. David 
Reiner, farmer, Methodist ; resided in 
Hatfield township, Montgomery county. 
Pa., near Line Lexington, Pa. ; children : 
Rebecca, Mary Ann, Samuel, Jacob K., 
Joel and Elizabeth. 

5 3553 5 J'li'oh Kitlp, b. May 9, 1776; m. P^lizabeth 

Boorse ; res., Kulpsville, Pa. ; farmer, 
wood turner ; children : Mary, Catha- 
rine, Ann, P^liza, Silas and David. 

5 3554 6 David C. Kulp, b. October 5, 1777; m. 
Elizabeth Clemens ; resided at Kulps- 
ville, Pa. ; he was one of the most prom- 
inent and distinguished men of his native 
county, Montgomery ; he was appointed 
by Governor McKean a Justice of the 
Peace in 1801, and held the office con- 
tinuously until 1843, ^"cl s^so held the 
positions of County Treasurer, Auditor, 
Commissioner, and other county offices, 
which he filled to the entire satisfaction 
of those whom he served. He was also 
Assistant Assessor of direct tax of the 
United States about 18 15. He had two 
children, Charles and Maria. 



Gen. 


Individual 
No. 


Family 
No. 


5 


3555 


7 



KULP FAMILY. 443 

Sjisanna Kulp, b. February 26, 1782; m. 
Christian Stauffer (now Stover) ; resided 
in Towamensing township, Montgomery- 
county, Pa., near Kulpsville, Pa. ; chil- 
dren, Jacob and Hannah. 

5 3556 8 A^rt;/rj A7/'^, b. September 5, 1784 ; m. John 
Snare ; resided in Bucks county. Pa. ; 
children : Mary A., Jacob, Israel, Charles, 
Eleanor, Rachel, Leah, Susan and Eliza- 
beth. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3547. 

DILLMAN KOLB4, of Peters, of Henrv^ of Dillman\ 

5 3557 I Jacob Kiilp, b. October 5, 1798; d. 1875; 

was married to Catharine Hunsicker, 
daughter of Isaac, on June i, 1828; a 
farmer ; Mennonites ; res., Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county. Pa. ; he 
was in his youth a great reader and deep 
student ; he was chosen to the ministry 
on August 2, 1838, and later ordained 
to the office of Bishop on December 21, 
1843, in which office he faithfully served 
during his lifetime. 

5 355^ 2 Jolui Kulp, m. Ann Cassel, daughter of 

Hupert Cassel ; she died ; he married a 
second time to Ann Kulp, daughter of 
Jacob Kulp, Esq. ; then he died, and she 
married John Hagy ; children, Jesse and 
Jacob, by first marriage ; res., Towamen- 
sing township, Montgomery county. Pa. 



444 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

5 3559 3 Elizabeth Kitlp, m. Nichola.s Kolb, a son of 
Martin Kolb ; Nicholas Kulp died, and 
Elizabeth then married Henry Swartley, 
and had one child, Barbara ; resided at 
Skippackville, Pa. ; Mennonites. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3549. 
ELIZABETH KULP^ (Boyer), of Jacob^, of Peter3, of 

HeNRY^, of DiLLMAN'. 

6 3560 I Andreiv Boycr. 

6 3561 2 Jesse Boycr. 

6 3562 3 Aiitluniy Boycr, moved to Lancaster county. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3550. 
ABRAHAM KULPs, of Jacob^, of Peter3, of Henry% 

of DiLLMAN'. 

6 3563 I Enos S. Kulp, b. April 15, 1797; d. August 

24, 1849; m. Mary Long, b. July 18, 
1805; occ, saddler; res. at Buffalo, 
New York ; he was born in Towamen- 
sing township, Montgomery county, Pa. 

6 3564 2 Eli Sellers Kulp was born at Kulpsville, Pa., 
February 2, 1800; died at St. Georges, 
Delaware, of cholera, July 6, 1849; he 
was a teacher by profession, and at the 
time of his death was Presidertt of the 
New Castle County Teachers Associa- 
tion ; he married in Ithaca, New York, 
in 1820, Sarah Ward, born in town of 



KULP FAMILY. 445 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

6 3564 2 MaiLsfeld, Suffolk county, N. Y., daugh- 

ter of Jacob Ward, born in Mansfeld in 
1768 ; his wife was Mary Guess ; he died 
in Walsingham township, Norfolk county, 
Canada, in 1850. 

Eli Sellers Kulp was the second son of Abraham and 
the father of George Brubaker Kulp. He was born near 
Kulpsville, in Towamensing township, Montgomery county, 
Pa., on February 2, 1800, and afterwards resided in Saint 
Georges, Delaware. He was a teacher by profession, and 
one of the leading educators of his day, whose heart was in 
the enterprise, and who gave time and talents to his duties, 
irrespective of the trifling compensation awarded him. He 
was connected with the first teachers' association of New 
Castle county, Delaware — the first, perhaps, in the state — as 
its president; and when he died, July 6, 1849, ^^ Saint 
Georges, Delaware, of cholera, the others attested their love 
of him by the adoption of an appropriate set of resolutions. 

RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATH OF ELI S. KULP. 

Thursday, October 4, 1849, the teachers of Newcastle 
county, Delaware, met in the session room of the Presbyterian 
church, in Delaware City, Samuel McNutt, Vice President, in 
the chair. 

Friday, after some appropriate remarks, Mr. Sibley 
offered the following resolutions, which were unanimously 
adopted : 

Rcsok'cd, That in the death of our worthy President, Eli 
S. Kulp, this Association sustains a great and irreparable loss. 

Resolved, That we can bear testimony to the fair and im- 
partial manner in which he discharged the duties of his office, 
and to his courtesy and gentlemanly deportment while a mem- 
ber of this Association. 

Resolved, That we feel for the people of Saint Georges in 
the loss they have sustained, and we deeply sympathize with 
his family in their melancholy bereavement. 



446 KULP FAMILY. 

Resolved, That these resolutions be pubHshed in the 
papers of Wilmington, and that a copy be sent to the family 
of the deceased. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo, 

6 3565 3 Jacob S. Knlp, b. March 14, 1802; d. Octo- 

ber 16, 1885 ; at Pleasant Hill, Ky. ; he 
enlisted in the army at the age of 14 
years, and served until he was 21 years; 
his widow, Lydia Kulp, resides at Spen- 
cer, Ind. 

6 3566 4 Ephraim Knlp, b. April 10, 181 1. 

6 3567 5 David Kulp, \y.]v\\y 21, \'^\i. 

6 3568 6 Levi Kiilp,h. July 17, 1815; m., February 
2, 1837, Magdalen Schmoude, of France; 
b. November 2, 1815. 

7 Dauicl Kulp, b. July 8, 18 17. 

8 John Kulp,h.]\\\y 19, 181 8; m. Mary Clark. 

9 Jacksou Kulp,h. July 13, 1820; m. first Jane 
Whipple; second Emily Hughey. He 
served in the late war in Co. B, 247th 
Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers; 
private. 

3572 10 Washi)igton Kulp, b. June 30, 1822, in 
Montgomery Co., Pa. ;• d. August 23, 
1862; m. Mary Whipple in 1842, who 
died in June; 1852; m. again to Louisa 
E. Andrews September 15, 1853 ; she 
was b. August 15, 1834. He was killed 
in battle by the Sioux Indians in New 
Ulm, Minnesota. 

3573 II Mary Kulp, b. September 14, 1825; m. 
Charles Pass ; res., W"illiamsport, Pa. ; 
both deceased. 



6 


3569 


6 


3570 


6 


3571 



KULP FAMILY. 44/ 

CHILDREN OF No. 3551. 
CATHARINE KULPs (Sellers), of J.ACOB^ of Peter3, 

of HeNRY^, of DiLLM.AN'. 

Individual Family 

Geo. Xo. No. 

6 3574 I Ann Sc/Icis. 

6 3575 2 Enos Sellers. 

6 3576 3 Epliraiui Sellers. 

6 3577 4 David Sellers. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3552. 
MARY KULPs (Reiner), of JACOB^ of Peter3, of 

HeNRY% of DiLLMAN'. 

6 3578 I Rebecca Reiner, \Vl.]o\\\\ Gd.r\\Qr \ res., Ruck.s 

county, Pa.; no issue. 

6 3579 2 J/^ri' Ann Reiner, m. Dr. Joel Derrah ; both 
deceased; no issue; resided in Illinois, 
at Galesburg. 

^ 3580 3 .S^?/////d7 TvdvV/tv, deceased ; unmarried. 

6 3581 4 Rev. Jacob K. Reiner, m. Lydia Harley, No- 

vember 28, 1833. He was a prominent 
preacher in the Dunkard or Brethren 
church. He lived on his father's farm, 
which he owned, below Line Lexington, 
in Montgomery county. Pa.; children: 
Mary, Joel, Isaiah, Samuel, Israel. 

6 3581!/^ ^ Joel Reiner, x\\.YX\Tsi}oQ\\\ , of Illinois ; 

he was a practicing physician in Illinois 
and Minnesota ; also a druggist ; he was 
afterwards elected to the state legislature 
of Minnesota ; no issue. 

6 3582 6 Elizabeth Reiner. 



448 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3553. 
JACOB K0LB5, of JACOB^ of Peters, of HENRY^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

Individual Famllv 
Oen. No. No. 

6 3582 I Mary Kulp, in. John Hughes, Kulpsville, Pa. 

6 3583 2 Gr/'/'^?/7//<- A'///^, m. Jesse Cassel ; res., Tow- 

amensing township, Montgomery county. 
Pa.; farmer; Mennonites; children: P^Hz- 
abeth, Ann, three died young. 

^ 3584 3 ^ii'i I'^ulp, 111- John Kolb, brother of Rev. 
Jacob Kolb. After his death she married 
John Hagy ; children : Jesse and Jacob, 
b}' first marriage ; res., Towamensing 
township, Montgomery county. Pa. 

6 3585 4 Eliza Knip, m. Lewis Clemens, of Doyles- 

town, Bucks county, Pa.; children: Jacob, 
John, Lewis and Henry. 

^ 3586 5 Silas Kiilp, m. Margaret Davis, res., Kulps- 
ville, Pa. ; farmer, marble worker and 
lettering grave-stones ; he was pretty 
well educated, and had a select library. 
He died suddenly of heart disease, while 
following a mad dog with some of his 
neighbors ; he was a very stout and fleshy 
man, and was highly respected ; one 
child : PLlizabeth Ann. 

6 3587 6 David Kulp, m. Harriet Gulick ; res., Kulps- 
ville, Pa. ; farmer. Many years ago he 
had the misfortune to lose one of his 
arms by amputation ; having a pretty 
good education, he engaged in teaching 
school for several years, then followed 
farming again. It seemed he had the 



KULP FAMILY. 449 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

6 3587 6 Strength of both arms in one, and could 

do almost any farm work. Children : 
Mary Ann, Eliza, Oliver, two died young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3554. 
DAVID C. KULPs, of Jacob^, of Peters, of Henry% of 

DiLLMAN'. 

6 3588 I Charles Koll), h.M.3.vch. 11, 1809; m. P^liza 

Garner, who was born March 22, 1812; 
res., Kulpsville, Pa. ; wheelwright and 
carriage builder ; children : Maria, Lewis 
H., Elizabeth, Eleanor, Jacob, Hannah, 
David, Charles, William ; res., Kulps- 
ville, Pa. 

6 3589 2 Maria Kulp, b. May 14, 181 2; m. William 
Lukens ; children : William, Elizabeth ; 
res., Kulpsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3555. 

SUSANNA KULP5 (Stauffer, now Stover), of JACOB^ of 
Peter3, of Henry'', of Dillman'. 

6 3590 I Hannah Stauffer, m. Eli Stauffer, the son of 
Christian Stauffer, generally known as 
" Good Christian." Eli was for some 
time a dealer in lumber, afterward had 
the saw and chopping mill on Skippack 
creek, Hannah, his wife, was a daugh- 
ter of " Little Christian," and they had 
no issue living ; had a daughter, Susan, 
who died at about the age of 16 years. 



450 KULP FAMILY. 

Tudividual Familv 

Gen. No. No. 

6 3591 2 Jacob Staitffcr, a .son of " Little Christian"; 

m. Ann Stauffer, daughter of Christian 
Stauffer, called " Good Christian" ; re- 
sided at Kulpsville, Pa. ; farmer ; child- 
ren : Elijah, Hannah, Elizabeth, Mary, 
Christian, Sarah, Jacob. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3556. 
NANCY KULPs (Snare), of Jacob^, of Peters, of Henr\^ 

of DiLLMAN'. 

6 3592 I Mary A. S)iarc, b. November 2, 1805; d., 

1882; m. Samuel Garner; children: 
Samuel, William, Mary Ann, Rebecca, 
Julian, I^llen, Thomas, Jacob, James, 
Elizabeth ; of Philadelphia. 

^ 3593 2 Jacob Snare, b. July 13, 1808; d. December 

12, 1882: m. Chri-stiana .Thorn ; children: 
Annie, John, Catharine, Jacob, Mary; of 
Philadelphia. 

6 3594 3 Israel S/iarc, h. Ociohcv 10, 1810; d. 1836, 
in Tallahassee, Fla. ; unmarried. 

6 3595 4 Charles Snare, b. March 22, 181 3; unmar- 

ried. 

^ 3596 5 Eleanor Snare, b. July 6, 181 5; d. 1879; 
m. Jacob Oberholzer ; children: Charles, 
Eleanor Rebecca ; Rowlandville, Pa. 

6 3597 6 Rachel Snare, b. June 25, 1817; d. 1852; 
unmarried. 



Gen 



KULP FAMILY. 45 I 

Individual Family 
No. No. 

6 359S 7 Zm/; J?//c7/r, b. June 25, 1817 ; d. 1854; m. 
John Bis.son ; children : Charlotte, 
Charle.s, Cynthia, Anna, Emily C, Han- 
nah, Rachel and Leah ; the latter two 
were twin.s. 

^ 3599 8 Susan Snare, b. January 4, 1820; m. Alban 
B. Thomas, b. 181 5; children: Chester 
S., Josephine B., Martha A. ; res., Phila- 
delphia. 

6 3600 9 ElizabctJi Snare, b. October 10, 1822; d. 
1887; m. Charles Stover; children: 
Clementine, Joel R., Annie, Emma; all 
of Montgomery county. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3557. 
REV. JACOB KULPs, of Dillman4, of Peter3, of 

HeNRY^, of DiLLMAN'. 

6 3601 I Jolui H. AW/, b. March 8, 1829; d. 

1895; m. Fanny Clemmer, October 13, 
1850; she was b. September 12, 1829; 
res., Hatfield, Pa.; farmer retired; 
Mennonites. 

6 3602 2 Isaac Kulp, b. April 10, 1832; d. November 

21, 1833. 

6 3603 3 Enos Kulp,h.]w\\& 26, 1834; d. September 
II, 1838. 

6 3604 4 Eliza Kiilp^h. August 9, 1836; d. October 
5, 1886; m. Isaac Clemmer, October 29, 
1853; res., Hatfield ; Mennonites. 



452 KULF FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 3605 5 Daniel Kidp,h. August 21, 1839; d. De- 

cember 20, 1847. 

6 3606 6 Abraham H. Kulp, b. January 31, 1841 ; m. 
Eliza Cassel, daughter of Isaac Cassel 
of Kulpsville, Pa. ; farmer ; Mennonites ; 
he is a deacon in the Mennonite Church 
at Hatfield, Pa. 

6 3607 7 Sarah Knlp, b. January 28, 1844; m. Abra- 
ham Allebach ; farmer; Mennonites; 
res., Hatfield. 







CHILDREN OF No. 3558. 

JOHN KULPS, of DlLLM.AX^ of PeTER3, of HENKY^ of 
DlLLISIAN\ 

608 I Jacob Kiilp, m. Miss Schneider, 

daughter of Samuel Snyder, of Heebner's 
Corner, Worcester, Pa. ; had one child, it 
died in infancy. 

5609 2 Jc'sst' Knlp, d. unmarried ; Drake's Corner, 
near Kulpsville Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3559. 

ELIZABETH KULPs (first, Nicholas Kulp), (second, 
Henry Swartley), of Dillman"*, of Peters, of Henry^', of 

DiLLM.W'. 

6 3610 I Barbara Szi'artlty,h. April 10, 183 1 ; m. 
Francis B. Foley, M. D. ; he was a prac- 
ticing physician at Skippackville, Mont- 



KULP FAMILY. 453 



Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 



6 3610 10 gomery county, Pa. ; later he moved to 

Norristown, where he continued the prac- 
tice of medicine about ten years. Then 
his health began to fail, and he gave up 
part of his practice. In 1865 he opened 
a drug store and did an extensive drug 
business; he died and left six children: 
Cyrus, Lizzie, Francis, Lineas, Horace, 
and Grace, of whom two are yet living 
(1895). 



CHILDREN OF No. 3563. 
ENOS S. KULP6, of Abrahams, of Jacob^, of Peters, ot 

HeNRY^, of DlLLMAN\ 

7 361 1 I Josiali Kulp, b. June 14, 1822, in Montgom- 

ery county, Pa.; d. August 31, 1824, in 
Towamensing township, Montgomery 
county, Pa. 

2 Gideon Kulp, b. December 27, 1824; d. No- 
vember 9, 1848, at Buffalo, N. Y. 

3 Caroline Kulp, b. June 28, 1826, at Clarence, 

N. Y. 

4 Ritfns Kulp, b. March 4, 1828 ; m. Eliza Ann 

; he died September, 1876, at Mar- 
shall, Michigan. 

7 3615 5 Harriet Kulp, b. December 12, 1829; m. 

Charles Holzwarth; res., Buffalo, N. Y. 

7 3616 6 Joel C. Kulp, b. January 1 1, 1832 ; m. Lama 
Heron. 

7 3617 7 Charles C W. Kulp, b. December 9, 1833 ; 

m. Miss Phelps. 

(K. F.— 30.) 



7 


3612 


7 


3613 


7 


3614 



454 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gea. No. No. ' 

7 3618 8 ScHna M. Kiilp,h. June 20, 1836; d. July 
28, 1836, at Buffalo, N. Y. 

7 3619 9 Harris 0)1 C. Kitlp. 

7 3620 10 Melissa Knlp, b. July 9, 1839; d. May 8, 
1861 ; m. George King. 

7 3621 II Jarcd 0. Knlp, b. November 23, 1841 ; d. 
December 23, 1877; m. Martha Clark; 
res., Elba, N. Y. 

7 3622 12 Lydia E. Kiilp,h. November 19, 1843; m. 
Nichola.s Heim ; res., Mt. Airy, Phila. 

7 • 3623 13 Elan 0. Kiilp, b. August 25, 1845 ; m. 

June I, 1867; res., Elmore, Ohio. 

7 3624 14 Justus E. Kii!p,h. November 18, 1848; m. 
Ellen Griffith, June i, 1867; res., Buffalo, 
N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3564. 
ELI SELLERS KULP^ of Abrahams, of JAcoB^ of 

PeTER3, of HeNRY^, of DlLLMAN^ 

7 3625 I Andrew Boycr Ktdp, b. in Ithaca, N. Y., in 

1 82 1. His wife was Cornelia Jewel, 
daughter of Joseph Jewel ; she was a 
Canadian by birth. He died in Wash- 
ington, D. C, in March, 1862. He be- 
longed to a Michigan cavalry regiment. 
They had four children as follows, all 
of whom were born in Victor, Clinton 
county, Michigan — viz. : PLlla Josephine, 
Charles Frank, Sarah and Cornelia. 



Gen. 


Individual 
Xo. 


7 


3626 



KULP FAMILY. 455 

iniilv 
Xo. 

2 Aii/i Eliza Kiilp, b. at Dryclen, N. Y., March 
16. 1823. Married to James W. Benton 
October 5, 1843 ; he died in 1874. They 
had three children b. in Rochester, N. Y. 

Eh Sellers Kulp married a second time, in 1831, Su- 
sanna Breneiser, b. October 3, 1 809, at Adamstown, Pennsylva- 
nia, daughter of Samuel Breneiser, b. February 18, 1768, near 
Hahnstown, Lancaster county. Pa. He was the son of John 
Valentine Breneiser, who came to this country from Germany 
September 5, 1730. The wife of Samuel Breneiser was Su- 
sanna Barbara Schwartz, b. in Oley, Pa., May 21, 1778. Her 
father was George Schwartz, born in Oley, Pa., August 19, 
1752. He died in Reading, Pa., in 1832. His wife was 
Elizabeth Nein, b. in Oley, Pa., February 4, 1759; died in 
1805. 

Individual Faniilv 

Gen. .Xo. Xo. 

7 3627 I Maria Louisa Kulp, b. in Adamstown, Pa., 

February 2, 1832; she married Daniel 
Whipple and had two children. She 
died at Newbury, Pa., December 23, 
1892. 

7 3628 2 Lyman Cobb Kulp, b. in Reamstown, Pa., 
April 8, 1834. He was a journalist, and 
at one time publisher of the Rockport 
(Mo.) " Banner." He was killed at An- 
tietam, Maryland, September 17, 1862, 
in the war between the states. 

7 3629 3 Aviaiida ULalc'iua Kulp was b. in Reams- 
town, Pa., June 13, 1837; she married, 
August 22, 1855, Adam H. Lorah, of 
Adamstown, Pa. Rev. George H. Lorah, 
of the Philadelphia Conference of the 
M. E. Church, is one of her two children. 
Mrs. Lorah died at Reading, Pa., May 
15, 1894. 



456 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 3630 4 George Brubakcj' Kulp \v3.?,h. ■^t'Ked.rwsio'wn, 
Pa., February ii, 1839; he read law 
with Lyman Hakes, Esq., at Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., and was admitted to the bar 
of Luzerne county, Pa., August 20, i860. 
He was Register of Wills of Luzerne 
county from i860 to 1866; School Di- 
rector, city of Wilkes-Barre, from 1865 
to 1876; United States Assistant As- 
sessor of Internal Revenue, 1867 to 
1869; member of Wilkes-Barre City 
Council, 1876 to 1882. 

In January, 1872, he established the "Luzerne Legal 
Register," a leading law publication of which he is the editor 
and proprietor. In February, 1877, he in company with Joseph 
K. Bogert (now deceased) established a weekly Democratic 
newspaper, which they named "The Leader," which in 1879 
absorbed the "Luzerne Union" and it became "The Union 
Leader." A daily edition was started in October of that 
year. In 1880 Mr. Kulp retired, selling his interest to Mr. 
Bogert. He is the author of a " Digest and Titles to Local 
Laws, and Titles of Corporations in the County of Luzerne 
from 1700 to 1874" ; also, " Rules of the Court of Common 
Pleas of Quarter Sessions, and Oyer and Terminer, and the 
Orphans Court of Luzerne County," the last edition of which 
appeared in 1894 ; also " Families of the Wyoming Valley, Bi- 
ographical, Genealogical, and Historical," three volumes of 
1422 pages, 1885-90. He is also the author of Historical 
Essays : " Indians — Teedyuscung — First Settlement of Wilkes- 
Barre ;" "Old Forge — Early Methodism;" "Coal and its 
Antiquity — Discovery and Early Development in the Wyom- 
ing Valley;" "Sabbath — Sunday — Sunday Legislation." 
These make a book of one hundred and fifty-five pages ; 
published in 1892. He is editor and publisher of the "Lu- 
zerne Legal Register Reports," of which seven volumes 
have been isswed. Then his "In Memoriam, John Stewart — 




GEORGE B. KULP. 



KULP FAMILY. 457 

Elizabeth A. Stewart," seventy-five pages published in 1890, 
and a sketch of the " Life and Character of George W. Wood- 
ward," forty-two pages, published in 1875, and some discus- 
sions on the leading economic subjects of the times. He is an 
active member and historiographer of the Wyoming Historical 
and Geological Society. He is also a member of the Penn- 
sylvania German Society. He is a member of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, and President of the Board of Trustees of 
the " Henry H. Derr Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church 
of Wilkes-Barre." Mr. Kulp married, October 4, 1864, Mary 
E. Stewart ; she is the daughter of the late John Stewart 
and Elizabeth A. Stewart, in whose memory was recently 
dedicated the Stewart Memorial Church at Rendham, Pa. 
John Stewart, the father of Mrs. Kulp, was a native of Phila- 
delphia, where he was born, February 8, 18 :o ; he died April 
10, 1890. The father of John Stewart was also named John 
Stewart; he was born probably in Ireland, June i, 1768. 
He resided in Lancaster or Dauphin county. Pa., until 1802, 
when he with the rest of his family removed to Philadelphia. 
He was a merchant there for many years. In 1823 he re- 
moved to Pittston, Pa., where he died April 9, 1829. He 
married, in 1 806, in Philadelphia, Jane Stuart, who was also 
born in the north of Ireland in 1782 ; she was the daughter 
of Robert Stuart and his wife Nancy Aker. The maternal 
grandfather of Mrs. Kulp was Ezra Williams, a descendant of 
Robert Williams, of Roxbury, Mass., who emigrated to this 
country from England in 1637. The father of Ezra Williams 
was Sergeant Thomas Williams, a native of Fairfield county, 
Conn., where he was born January 19, 1756; he was a con- 
spicuous character in the early troubles in the Wyoming Val- 
ley. Mr. and Mrs. Kulp had a family of six children, all born 
in Wilkes-Barre, three of whom died in infancy. Those sur- 
viving are : John Stewart, Harry P^ugene, and Mary Estelle. 



458 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 3631 5 James Buchanan Knlp,h. in Honeybrook, 

Pa., June 19, 1841 ; he d. at St. Georges, 
Delaware, March 17, 1848. 

7 3632 6 Susanna Malinda Beam Kulp, b. in Honey- 
brook, Pa., March 15, 1845; she married, 
September 2, 1862, Henry Sands, of 
Reading, Pa. 

7 3633 7 Mary Arabella Kulp was born at St. 

Georges, Delaware, January 30, 1847; 
she married, November 30, 1867, Jacob 
Kinsey, a dentist of Reading, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3565. 
JACOB S. KULP^ of Abraham^, of Jacob^ of Peter3, 

of HE^•RV^ of DiLLMAN'. 

7 3634 I Ahner T. Kulp,h. July i, 1830; in Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. ; m. Nancy Junce ; 
res., Elletsville; dealer in boots and 
shoes. 

7 3635 2 Au7 ney J. A'// Ip, c\. 1880, in ?klissouri. 

7 3636 3 AbraJiani Kulp^h. September 24, 1832; d. 

in 1878; m. Florence Fields; he d. at 

Pleasant Hill, Ky. 

7 3637 4 TJiomas Kulp,h. December 24, 1834; in 
Montgomery county, Pa. ; m. Maria 
Coley, of Spencer, Indiana; occ, 
miller. 

7 3638 5 John Kulp, b. May I, 1836; m. Elizabeth 

Kearl, of Trego countv', Kansas. 



KULP FAMJLY. 459 

CHILDREN OF No. 3568. 

LEVI KULP^, of Abrahams, of Jacob*, of Peters, of 
Henry'', of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 3639 I ElizabctJi Aj/^, b. January 7,1838: d. Au- 

gu.st 19, 1869; at Utica, Mo. ; m. George 
Sanders. 

7 3640 2 Margaret Kiilp,h. September 15, 1839; m. 
John Thir.ston, August 10, 1866. 

7 3641 3 Caroline Knlp,h. March 24, 1841 ; m. Jacob 

Smith, June, 1859. 

7 3642 4 Sarah A. Kidp, b. August 11, 1842; m. 
John Kregor, February, 1863. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3570. 

JOHN KULP^, of Abrahams, of Jacob^ of Peter3, of 
Henry^ of Dillman'. 

7 3643 I 7?(Tr/^r/ /I AW/, b. July 24, 1839; m. Rachel 

A. Henrick January 28, 1857; in Harry 
county, Kansas. 

7 3644 2 Mary E. Kiilp, b. June 16, 1841 ; m. Mary 
E. Ward ; Le Seuer, Minnesota. 

7 3645 3 ^V. H. Kulp, b. September 27, 1846, in 

Cowley county, Kansas ; farmer ; private 
in Co. G, loth Regiment Minnesota 
Volunteers. 

7 3646 4 Catharine J. Knlp, b. June 7, 1844. 

7 3647 5 Johfi S. Kulp, b. January 9, 1849; m., April 

I, 1878; d. February 26, 1882, in Le 
Sueur county, Minnesota. 



460 KULP FAMILY. 



Individual Family 

No. No. 



7 3648 6 Susan Kulp, b. October 3, 1853 ; re.s., Cow- 

ley county, Kansa.s. 

7 3649 7 Cyrus Kiiip, b. January 22, 1861 ; Le Seuer, 

Minnesota. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3571. 
JACKSON KULP^ of Abr.\h.\m5, of Jacob^, of Peter3, 

of HeNRY^ of DILLMAN^ 

7 3650 I Mary Elizabeth Kulp, b. Nov^embcr 6, 1841; 

m. Charle-s Persun ; lumberman ; re.s., 
Cogan House ; deceased. 

7 3651 2 Susan Ann Kulp, b. April 5, 1844; m. 

George N. Pierce, of Williamsport ; 
carpenter. 

7 3652 3 Abraham Kulp.h. December 31, 1846; m. 

PLlizabeth Meyers; Cogan House; farmer. 

7 3653 4 Hannah Ja?ic Kii/p,h.Mi\vc\\ 14, 1848; m. 
Henry Carpenter, of Linden, Pa.; she 
died in 1886. 

7 3654 5 Isaac Kulp, b. July 9, 1849; m. Susan 
Ream, of Linden, Pa. ; farmer. 

7 3655 6 ^c?;////*;/ A''////, b. March I I, 1852 ; m. Mary 

Haskell, of Williamsport. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3572. 

WASHINGTON KULP^ of Abrahams, of Jacob*, of 
Peter3, of Henry^ of Dillman'. 

7 3656 I Elsie P. Kulp, b. November 15, 1844; m. 

William King, Le Seuer, Minnesota. 



KULP FAMILY. 46 1 

Family 

, -- No. 

7 3657 2 Benjamin F. Kulp, b. March 14, 1847; "i- 

Margaret Shadle, Jersey Shore. 

7 3658 3 Daniel L. Kulp,h. February 23, 1849; m. 

Mary E. McCracken, December 23, 
1870, at Liberty, Tioga county, Pa.; 
farmer. 

4 Mary Kulp, b. May 12, 1852, in Clearfield 
county, Pa. 

5 Sylvester Knlp, b. March 20, 1855; d. 
August 17, 1855. 

6 Annie A. Knlp, b. June 23, 1856. 

7 Salome Kulp, b. November 16, 1858. 

8 (9.ym/- n: A';///, b. September 28, 1861 ; 
Minnesota ; gunsmith. 



7 


3659 


7 


3660 


7 


3661 


7 


3662 


7 


3663 



CHILDREN OF No. 3581. 

REV. JACOB REINER^ of Marv Kulps (Reiner), of 
Jacob'*, of Peter^^ of Henry^, of DILLMAN^ 

7 3664 I Mary Catharine Reiner, d. aged 3 years. 

7 3665 2 Joel Reiner, b. September 11, 1839; m. 

Esther Bibighouse, on January 30, 1868, 
who was b. December 27, 1844; he is a 
Dunkard or Brethren preacher, res., at 
Philadelphia ; children. 

8 3666 I George G. Reiner, b. October 19, 

1869. 

8 3667 2 Rebecca G. Reiner, h. August ii, 

1871. 



462 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 3668 3 Isaiah Reiner, h. May 14, 1842; m. Eliza 

Markley ; children : Lydia Reiner, b. 
April 1 87 1, and Laura Reiner was b. 
1874; Isaiah m. second time to Miss 
Kendall, of Indiana. 

7 3669 4 Sainiui Reiner, h. 1845; m. Maggie Rich- 
ardson, of Lansdale, Pa.; one son, 
William. 

7 3670 5 Israel Reiner, h. 1.850; d. 1 870; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3583. 
CATHARINE KULP^ (Cassel), of Jacobs, of Jacob*, of 

PeTER3, of HENRY^ of DiLLMAX'. 

7 3671 I E/i::abeth Cassel, o{ wcdiV K.u\\:)-~,\\\\e,V3..\ m. 

Jacob Swartley ; who died, then she m. 
John Kindig ; who also died ; and she m. 
John Custer ; children : Jacob, Isaac, 
Wellington, Abraham, John, Harry, 
Mary ; all by first marriage with Swart- 
ley ; res., Kulpsville, Pa. 

7 3672 2 Ann Cassel, m. Abraham Delp ; had three 

children : Katie, Amanda, Samuel ; he 
died, and she m. again to Noah Ruth ; 
res., Kulpsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3584. 
ANN KULP^ (Kulp), of Jacobs, of Jacob*, of Peter3, of 

HE^•RY^ of DlLLMAN\ 

7 3673 I Jaeob Knlp, of Kulpsville, Pa., m. Miss 

Snyder, daughter of Samuel. 

7 3674 2 Jesse Knlp, of Kulpsville, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 463 

CHILDREN OF No. 3585. 
ELIZA KULP^ (Clemens), of Jacob^ of Jacob^, of 

PeTER3, of HeXRY^, of DlLLMAN^ 

Individuul Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 3675 ' Jacob Clcvicns, m. Mary Meyer.s, of Doyles- 

tovvn, Pa. 

7 }i^'j(i 2 Jolin Clemens, m. Hannah Johnson, of 
Do} lestown, Pa. 

7 3677 3 Lcii'is Henry Clemens, m. Ida Palmer, of 

Doy lestown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3586. 
SILAS KULP^ of Jacobs, of Jacob*, of Peters, of 

HeNRV^, of DlLLMAN". 

7 3678 I Elizabeth Ann Knlp, m. John Snyder, son of 

Jesse Snyder; res., Lansdale ; farmer; 
no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3587. 
DAVID KULP^ of Jacobs of Jacob^ of Peter3, of 

HeNRV^, of DlLLMAN\ 

7 3679 I Mary Ann Knlp, m. William Ruth, of 

Kulpsville, Pa. 

7 3680 2 Eliza Knlp, of Kulpsville, Pa., unmarried. 

7 3681 3 0//7'rr/i////', of Kulpsville, Pa., d. unmarried, 

two more d. in infancy. 

David Kulp, residing about a mile below Kulpsville, died 
on Tuesday afternoon, July 23, 1895, from the effects of a 



464 KULP FAMILY. 

paralytic stroke. He had gone to Hallmeyer's hotel in the 
morning, accompanied by his daughter Eliza, to pay his taxes. 
While there he became suddenly sick, and was taken home 
as soon as possible, where he died in less than three hours 
after the attack. He was about 70 years of age, and nearly 
blind. He leaves two daughters — Eliza, who resided at home, 
and Mrs. William Ruth, residing near by, his wife having died 
previously. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3588. 
CHARLES KULP^ of Davids, of Jacobs of Peters, ot 

He\RY% of DiLLMAN'. 

Iniiiviil'.ial FiimilT 

Gen. No. No. 

7 3682 I Maria Kii/p, b. December i, 1833; m. 

George Hallman ; both deceased ; had 
one child ; died in infancy. 

7 3683 2 Lewis H. Kiilp, b. June 9, 1836; m. Kate 

Moyer ; res., Philadelphia ; children : 

8 I Lizzie Kidp (deceased), b. August 

22, 1868. 

8 2 Willie Knlp (deceased), b. Novem- 

ber 16, 1869. 

8 3 //<'7/'n' A7///, b. Nov^ember 23, 1871. 

8 4 Charley Kitlp, b. December 13, 

1875.' 

8 5 Elmer Kiilp,h. December 9, 1880, 

7 3684 3 Elizabeth J. Kulp,h. December 16, 1838; 

m. Frank Snyder; res., Philadelphia; 
conductor ; children : 

8 ■ I Ella V. 5;/jY/rr, b. March 4, 1868. 
8 2 Frank K. Snyder, h. May 22, 1869. 



' 


KULP FAMILY. 465 


lividual Family 
No. No. 


3 


Eliza K. Snyder, b. January 5, 
•873- 




4 


Dorothy K. Snyder, b. March 22, 
1875. 




5 


Hoxvard K. Snyder, b. July 24, 
1880. 



7 3685 4 Ella M. Kulp, b. December 16, 1840; m. 

Moses Fox; res. Philadelphia; one child: 

8 I Lnhi \lola Eox, b. November 21, 

1874. 

7 3686 5 Jacob Kulp, h. January 4, 1843 (deceased) ; 

m. Mary Dedier ; children : 

8 I Flora Ktdp, m. Morris Smith. 
8 2 Bessie Kulp. 

8 3 Earl Kulp. 

7 3687 6 //c?;/;/rt'/^ A'////, b. August 7, 1844 ; m. Harry 

Hergesheimer ; res.. North Wales ; one 
child : 

8 I Harhert F. Hergesheimer. 

7 3688 7 David Kulp, b. November 24, 1846; d. 

single. 

7 3689 8 Charles F. Kulp, b. September 20, 1848; m. 

Barbara Stover ; had two children : 

8 I Lizzie Kulp ; m. Frank Miller, of 

New Jersey. 

8 2 Clara Kulp. 

He m. again to Kate Heist, and 
had the following children : 

8 3 Lillie Kulp. 

8 4 Ellis Kulp. 



466 KULP FAMILY. 



Individual Fanillr 
Xo. Xo. " 



5 Emma Kulp. 
8 6 ]^cnio}i Kiilp ; d. young. 

8 7 Charles Kulp ; d. in infancy. 

7 3690 9 William H. Kulp, b. December 27, 1850; 
died aced four months. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3592. 

MARY A. SNARE^ (Garner), of Nancy Kulps (Snare), 
of Jacob'*, of Peters, of HEXRY^ of Dillman'. 

7 3691 I Samuel Garner, m.\ wife died soon ; left one 

child, Samuel Jacobs Garner, real estate 
agent at Hatboro, Pa. 

7 3692 2 rF/Z/m;// 6'<^?/7/^7', unmarried; went to Mexico. 

7 3^93 3 Mary Ann Garner, b. February 4, 1826; 

m. Joseph Stulb, of Philadelphia; chil- 
dren : P2dwin, Theodore, Mary, Emma, 
Catharine and Robert. 

7 3694 4 Rebecca Garner, m. Joseph Detvveiler ; both 
deceased ; one child, Franklin, who is 
married ; resides in Philadelphia ; a con- 
fectioner. 

7 3695 5 Julian Garner, m. Henry Reichenbach ; both 

deceased ; resided at Bethlehem ; then 
moved west ; children : Lizzie, m. Jacob 
Metz ; Julia, Henry, Frank ; all married ; 
the latter res. at Bethlehem. Pa. 

7 3696 6 Ellcji Gar)ier, unmarried. 

7 3697 7 TJuvnas Garner, unmarried. 



KULP FAMILY. 46/ 

7 3698 8 Jacob Garner; res. in Philadelphia; un- 
married. 

7 3699 9 James Ganier ; res. in Doylestown, Pa.; 
unmarried. 

7 3700 10 ElizahetJi Garner, deceased ; unmarried. 



childrp:n of No. 3593. 

JACOB SNARP:^ of Nancy Kulp^ (Snare), of JACOB^ of 

PeTER3, of HeNRY^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 3701 I Annie K. Snare, m. George A. Bullock, 

chief of Highway Department, Philadel- 
phia ; one son, George A. Bullock, at- 
torney at law, Philadelphia. 

7 3702 2 Cathari)ie T. Snare, m. George A. Knapp ; 

res., Haverford, Pa. ; no issue. 

7 3703 3 J^''^''^ T- Snare, deceased ; m. Sarah E. Gay ; 

one son, George W. Thorn Snare, of 
Philadelphia. 

7 3704 4 Jacob Snare ; single ; an attorney at law in 

Philadelphia. 

7 3705 5 Mary G. Snare ; res., East Orange, N. J.; 

m. Robert W. Skinner, of Jones & Skin- 
ner, paper and twine, 131 Williams 
street, N. Y. ; children : Robert W., 
Thorn, George. 



468 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3596. 

ELEANOR SNARE^ (Oberholzer), of Nancy Kulps 
(Snare), of Jacob'*, of Peters, of Henry^, of Dillman'. 

Indiviiiual Family 
Gen. Xo. No. 

7 3706 I Charles Obcr/iohcr, m. ; at Rowlandville, Pa. 

7 2)7'^7 2 Eleanor Rebecca ; unmarried ; res. at Row- 
landville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3598. 

LEAH SNARE^ (Bisson). of Nancy Kulps (Snare), of 
Jacob'*, of Peters, of Henry"", of Dillman'. 

7 3708 I Charlotte Bisson, m. Daniel Young, de- 

ceased ; had one son ; resided at Kulps- 
ville. 

7 3709 2 Charles Bisson, died in the Union army of 

typhoid fever ; unmarried ; was in several 
engagements but never was wounded. 

7 3710 3 Cynthia Bisson, m. Aaron Clevenstein, 

Spring city, Chester county, Pa. 

7 37 II 4 Annie Bisson, m. William Moss; no issue; 

res., 1648 Warnock street, Philadelphia. 

7 3712 5 Emily C Bisson, m. Jonas Boorse, Esq., at 

Lansdale, Pa. ; children : Warren, Nor- 
man, Harry, Herbert, Walton, Howard, 
Chester, Edith. 

7 37^3 ^ HannaJi Bisson, m. Luther Boyce ; res., 

Matawan, Monmouth county, N. J. ; 
nine children living ; one dead. 



KULP FAMILY. 469 

CHILDREN OF No. 3599. 

SUSAN SNARP:^ (Thoma.s), of Nancy Kui.ps (Snare), 
of Jacob'*, of Peters of Henry^ of Dillman'. 

Iii.lividuiil Fiimilv 

Geu. No. No. 

7 3714 I Chester S. Thomas, d. April 19, 1888; b. at 

Philadelphia. 

7 3715 2 JosepJiine B. 77/<v;//c?5, b. at Philadelphia ; m. 

John M. Garber. 

7 3716 3 Martha A. Thomas, m. John M. Holland; 
one child, Florence Susette Holland, b. 
1882; We-st Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3600. 

ELIZABETH SNARE^ (Stover), of Nancy Kulps 
(Snare), of Jacob^, of Peters, of Henry^ of Dillman'. 

7 3717 I Clementine Stover, m. Abner Brunner, de- 

ceased ; no is.sue. 

7 3718 2 Joel R. Stover, m. Mary Funk; second, 

Louise Zimmerman; one son, Wilford ; 
res., Lansdale, Pa. 

7 3719 3 ^^z-'//':' ^/^'^'(^T, m. Barnard Kunz ; res., Skip- 

packville. Pa. 

7 3720 4 Emma Stover, m. first, Albert Hetrick ; sec- 
ond, Aaron Clemens. 

Children by first marriage : 

1 Bertha Hetrick. 

2 Clementine Hetrick. 

And two daughters by second mar- 
riage ; reside at Ninth and Thompson 
streets, Philadelphia. 
(K. F.— 31.) 



470 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3601. 
JOHN H. KULP^ of Jacobs, of Dillman*, of Peter3, of 

HeNRY^ of DiLLMAN'. 

lutliviriual Kamilv 

Gen. No. No." 

7 3721 I Jacob C. Kulp, b. October 24, 1851 ; m. first, 

luiz7Ae Metz ; .second, Annie Reiff ; res., 
Philadelphia. 

7 3722 2 Henry C. Kulp, b. February 14, 1853; d. 

April 8, 1865. 

7 3723 3 Hannah C. Kulp, b. April 18, 1855; m. 

Frank Godshall. 

7 3724 4 Isaac C. Knip, b. July 4, 1 857; d. April 2, 
1858. 

7 3725 5 Isaiah C. Knlp, b. March 26, 1859; m. 

Maggie Hendricks; no issue. 

7 3726 6 Simon C. Kulp, b. January 5, 1862; m. 

PLmanda Landis. 

7 3727 7 Abraluxni C. Kulp, b. May 7, 1865; m. 
Annie Freed. 

All of Montgomery county except Jacob. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3604. 

ELIZA KULP^ (Clemmer), of Jacobs, of Dillman^, of 
Peter3, of Henry^ of Dillmax'. 

7 3728 I Isaac K. C/cnuncr, h. ]unc 2\, \?>^6] d. June 

22, 1856. 

7 3729 2 Jacob K. Clcimner, b. June 5, 1857; m. 
Emma S. Landis October 6, 1881 ; Hat- 
field, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 47 1 

7 373^ 3 Cyrjis K. Clciuuicr,h. September 20, i860; 
m. Ellen G. Landis, of Hatfield. 

7 3731 4 Catharine K. Clciiiiiicr, b. October 6, 1867; 

m. Allen C. Moyer January 12, 1889; 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

7 3732 5 Li::.:-jic K. GV;/////i7', b. January 13, 1875. 

7 2,7 T,T) 6 Abraham K. Clcnnncr, b. July 5, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3606. 
ABRAHAM H. KULP^ of Jacob^ of DILLMAN^ of 

PeTER3, of HeNRY^ of DiLLMAN'. 

7 3734 I Catharine Kiilp, b. September 4, 1864; m. 

Harvey Landis. 

2 /57?c?(;- Kiilp, b. May 28, 1 867 ; m. Lizzie Metz. 

3 Sallie Kulp, b. September 6, 1869. 

4 Li:;zie Kiilp, b. September 20, 1871 ; m. Wil- 
liam Nace. 

5 Harry Kitlp, b. May ii, 1874. 

6 Franeis Kiilp, b. December 30, 1876. 

7 J/(7^^/V /i//'//'. b. October 21, 1878 ; d. June 
26, 1889. 

8 Abraham Kiilp, b. June 13, 1880. 

9 Joh)i Kitlp.h. K-^xW 21, 1882; died young, 
May 13, 1882. 

10 Irvin Kn/p, b. June 15, 1883. 

3744 II Annie Kulp, b. March 28, 1886. 
All of Kulpsville. 



7 


3735 


7 


3736 


7 


3737 


7 


3738 


7 


3739 


7 


3740 


7 


3741 


7 


3742 


7 


3743 


7 


3744 



472 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3607. 

SARAH KULP^ (Allebach), of Jacobs, of DILLMAN^ of 
Peter3, of Henrv^, of Dillmax'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. Xo. 

7 3745 I Daz'id Ancbac/i, h. OciohQv I, \d<-j 2. 

7 3746 2 Leidv AllcbacJi, b. November 27, 1873. 

7 3747 3 Kate AllcbacJi, h.]v\\y 2'$), i^'j'-y. 

7 3748 4 Milton AllchacJi, b. October 12, 1876; died 

young. 

7 3749 5 SusiDi Allchacli, b. February 12, 1878. 

7 3750 6 HaiuiaJi Allchacli, b. Marcli 2, 18S4. 

All of Hatfield, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3610. 

BARBARA SWARTLEY^ (Poley), of Elizabeth 
KuLps (first, Nicholas Kulp ; second, H. Swartley), of Dill- 
MAN'', of Peter3, of Henkv^, of Dillmax'. 

7 375 f I Cyrus W. Poky, deceased ; m. Catharine Watt ; 

had two children, Ethel and Cyrus ; he 
is buried at Boulder, Colorado. 

7 3752 2 Lizzie Poley, deceased, aged fourteen years; 

buried at Montgomery cemetery, Nor- 
ristown ; unmarried. 

7 3753 3 Fra)ieis H. Poley, decGTised; m. Amelia Cur- 

rin ; had two children, Helen and Hor- 
ace ; he is buried at Norristown, in 
Montgomery cemetery ; he was a drug- 
gist in Norristown. 



KULP FAMILY. 473 



Gen. 



7 3754 4 Lincas P6'Aj, deceased ; buried in the Mont- 
gomery cemetery at Norristown ; un- 
married. 

7 3755 5 Horace S. Foley, m. Margaret Ferguson ; hav^e 

two children, Elizabeth and Francis : 
resides at Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

7 3756 ^ 6"/7?<:7' 5. A-Zg', b. September 25, 1869 ; res. at 

Norristown, Pa. ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3625. 

ANDREW BOYER KULP?, of Eli Sellers KuLP^ of 
Abraham^, of Jacob'*, of Peters, of Henrv^ of Dillman'. 

8 3757 I ^^^^^ Josephine Knip, m. John Williams 

March 29. 1874, at Lainsburgh, Michi- 
gan ; he died, leaving one son, Charles 
E. Williams. 

8 3758 2 CJiarles Frank Kulp was born December 

-3' 1853; m. February 23, 1886; they 
have two children, and live at St. Johns, 
Michigan. 

8 3759 3 Sarah Kiilp was born November 8, 1858; 

m. November 3, 1875, John Thomas; 
she died July 30, 1887; they had one 
child, Clara Thomas, born May 3, 1878. 

8 3760 4 Cornelia Fliza Kulp, m. Charles Cole ; they 
have two children : Ray Engel Cole, 
b. November 8, 1887, and Ella Josephine 
Cole, b. January 3, 1893; they liv^e at 
Lainefsbur"", Mich. 



474 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3626. 

ANN ELIZA KULP7 (Benton), of Eli Sellers KuLP^ 
of Abrahams, of Jacob^, of Peters, of Henry'', of Dillman^ 

Individual Family 
Gen, No. No. 

8 3761 I Sar all Jose pJiinc Benton, b. May 15, 1845; 

she married George R. French May 3, 
1869, and Hves at Chicago, III. 

8 3762 2 Mary Aristene Benton, b. May 15, 1845 ! ""'• 

at Rochester, N. Y., April 25, 1871, 
William Howard Merrell, Captain in U. 
S. army ; Mrs. Merrell died in New 
York city March 13, 1892. 

S 3763 3 Charles Wilsoji Benton, b. November 7, 

1851, at Rochester, N. Y. ; d. February 
7, 1876, at Rochester. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3630. 

GEORGE BRUBAKER KULP^, of Eli Sellers KuLP^ 
of Abrahams, of Jacob'*, of Peters, of Hexrv^, of Dillman'. 

8 3764 I John Ste^i'art Knlp, b. March 8, 1S66. He 

was educated at the Wilkes-Barre Acad- 
emy, Yale College, and in the medical 
department of the University of Pennsyl- 
vania ; was graduated in the class of 1 889; 
the next year taking a post graduate 
course in the same institution, and in 
i89i-'92 pursued his medical studies in 
the University of Berlin, Germany. He 
is now an assistant surgeon in the United 
States army, and is at this writing (1894) 
post surgeon at Fort Spokane, Washing- 
ton. He is unmarried. 



KULP FAMILY. 475 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

2 George Ernest Kulp, b. August 29, 1868 ; d. 
July 14, 1869. 

S 3765 3 Harry Eugene Kulp, b. February 11, 1870. 

He is a farmer and stock dealer, and was 
educated at the Wilkes-Barre and Key- 
stone Academies, and at Pennsylvania 
State College. He married, June i, 1892, 
Hetty D. Brower, of Factoryville, Pa. 
He resides at Rhendham, Pa. 

8 3766 4 Mary Estelle Kulp, b. March 30, 1873. She 
married, June 26, 1894, Frederick A. 
Metzger, a merchant of Bedford, Pa. 

8 5 Howard Olin Kulp, b. September 29, 1876 ; 

d. December 18, 1876. 

8 6 Edgar Leroy Kulp, b. May 13, 1879; d. Sep- 

tember I I, 1879. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3671. 

ELIZABETH CASSEL? (Swartley), of Catharine 
KuLP^ (Cassel), of Jacobs, of Jacob'^, of Peters, of Henry^, of 

DlLLMAN^ 



8 


3767 


I 


Jacob Sivartley. 


8 


3768 


2 


Isaac Swarthy. 


8 


3769 


3 


Wellington Swartley. 


8 


3770 


4 


Abraham Szvartley. 


8 


3771 


5 


John Siuartley. 


8 


3772 


6 


Harry Sivartley. 


8 


3773 


7 


Mary Swartley. 



All of Towamensing, Pa.; Kulpsville P. O. 



4/6 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3672. 

ANN CASSEL7 (Dclp), of Catharine Kulp^ (Cassel), 
of Jacobs, of Jacob*, of Peter3, of Henry^, of Dillman'. 

Inciividual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

8 3774 I Katie Dclp. 

8 3775 2 En I a II da Dclp. 

8 3776 3 Saiinicl Dclp. 
All of Kulp.svillc, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3693. 

MARY ANN GARNER? (Stulb), of Mary A. Snare^ 
(Garner), of Nancy Kulps (Snare), of Jacob*, of Peters, of 
Henry^, of Dillman'. 

8 3777 I Ilihvin Stulb. 

8 3778 2 Theodore Stulb, of Piiiladclphia Board of 

Health office. 

8 3779 ' 3 Mary Stulb, m. Mr. Powell; deceased; .ship 
chandler ; had children, Rachel and 
Theodore ; re.s., Philadelphia. 

8 3780 4 Eninia Stulb, x\\.\)\\S>A7.cx \ one child, Mary 
LoLii.se. 

8 37'^ I 5 Catharine .SV;//<^, m. Joseph Abrams, an at- 

torney at law ; one child, Joseph Addi- 
son Abrams. 

8 3782 6 Robert Stulb. 

All were born in Philadelphia. 



KULP FAMILY. 



477 



CHILDREN OF No. 3694. 

REBECCA GARNER7 (Detweiler), of Mary A. Snare^ 
•(Garner), of Nancy Kuli-s (Snare), of Jacol5^ of Peters, of 

HeNRY^ of DlLLMAN'. 

Inflividual Faniilv 
Xo. So. ' 

3783 I Franklin Dcti<^cilcr, res., Philadelphia ; con- 

fectioner. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3695. 

JULIAN GARNER7 (Reichenbach), of Mary A. Snare^ 
(Garner), of Nancy Kulp^ (Snare), of Jacob^ of Peter3, of 

HENRY^ of DiLLMAN'. 

8 3784 I Lizzie RcicJiciibacli, m. Jacob Metz. 

S 37^5 2 Julia RcicJioibacJi. 

8 3786 3 liciiry RcicJioibacJi. 

8 ij'^'j 4 Frank RcicJicnbacli, res., Bethlehem, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3705. 

MARY G. SNARP:^ (Skinner), of Jacob SNARE^ of Nancy 
KuLps (Snare), of Jacob^, of Peters, of Henry^ of DILLMAN^ 

8 3788 I Robert W. Skinner. 

8 3789 2 George IV. Thorn Skinner. 

All of East Orange, N. J. 



childrp:n of No. 3712. 

EMILY C. BISS0N7 (Boorse), Leah Snare^ (Bisson), of 
Nancy Kulp^ (Snare), of Jacob'^, of Peters, of Henry^ of 
Dillman'. 



478 KULP FAMILY. 



Gen. 

8 


Individual 
Xo. 

3790 


Family 
Xu. 

I 


[ Varrcu Boorsc. 


8 


3791 





Nonnaii Boorsc. 


8 


3792 


^ 




Harry Boorsc. 


8 


3793 


4 


Herbert Boorsc. 


8 


3794 


5 


Walton Boorsc. 


8 


3795 


6 


Howard Boorsc. 


8 


3796 


7 


Chester Boorsc. 


8 


3797 


8 


Edith Boorsc. 



All of Lansdale, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3713. 

HANNAH BISSON^ (Boyce), of Leah Snare^ (Bisson), 
of Nancy Kulf^ (Snare), of jACOBt, of Peters, of Henry^ of 

DlLL.MAN'. 

1 Joel S. Boyce, b. June 6, 1871. 

2 Ida y. Boyce, b. June 24, 1872. 

3 Sadie C. Boyce, b. November 18, 1874. 

4 Debbie C. Boyce, b. November 19, 1876. 

5 Frauds G. Boyce, b. P'ebruary 22, 1879. 

6 Mabel Boyce, b. January 31, 1881. 

7 Ehuood Boyce, b. September 21, 1883. 

8 Harry Boyce, h. July 22, 1886. 

9 Ethel Boyce, b. March 13, 1888. 
10 Wilbur Boyce, b. March 7, 1893. 

All of Matawan, Monmouth county, New Jersey. 



8 


3798 


8 


3799 


8 


3800 


8 


3801 


8 


3802 


8 


3803 


8 


3804 


8 


3805 


8 


3806 


8 


3S07 





ludivirtua 


Gen. 


Xo. 


7 


3808 



KULP FAMILY. 479 

CHILDREN OF No. 3591. 

JACOB STAUFFER^ of Susanna Kulps (Stauffer, now 
Stover), of Jacobs, of Peters, of Henry^, of Dillman'. 

amily 
No. ■ 

I ElizaJi Stover, m. Mary Moyer, daughter of 
John Moyer; one child, Davis Stover; 
re.s., Kulp.sville. 

I Davis Stover, m. Emma Godshall ; 
have four children : Lillie, Har- 
vey, Susie and Mamie ; the two 
latter were twins ; res., Lans- 
dale. Pa. 

Hannah Stover, m. Abraham Harley, son of 
Samuel ; have four children : 

1 Joanna Harley, m Samuel Rrun- 
ner, deceased. 

2 Amanda Harley, m. William Thom- 
son ; res , New York. 

3 Sanuiel Harley, m. Amanda God- 
shall ; res , Kulpsville. 

4 Ella Harley, m. Willam Johnson ; 
reside in Kansas. 

ElizahetJi Stover, died unmarried. 

Sarah Stover, m. Jacob K. Harley Novem- 
ber 2, 1852; harnessmaker at Harleys- 
ville. Pa. ; he was born December 22, 
1825 ; children : 

;8i7 I James Alonzo Harley, b. July 2, 

1854; m. Kate Landis January 
I, 1876. 



7 


3810 





8 


381 1 




8 


3812 




8 


3813 




8 


3814 




7 


3815 


■^ 




7 


3S16 


4 



480 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. Xo. No. 

8 3818 2 Ehiiira Harlcy, b. February 12, 

1856; m. George E. Wissler 
August 31, 1879; moved to 
Nebraska. 

8 3820 3 Jonas S. Harlcy, b. August 2, 

1857 ; m. Juliett V. Lippencott ; 
she died ; he married a second 
time to Helen Bayhes. 

8 3821 4 Catharine M. Harlcy, b. October 

31, 1859 ; saleslady. 

8 3822 5 Alice Harlcy, b. January 9, 1862; 

m. Nicholas Lee Wissler March 
16, 1882; resides in Nebraska. 

8 3823 6 Elizabeth Harlcy, h.]w\y 2^, \^<Sd,\ 

d. July 15, 1873. 

8 3824 7 Jacob S. Harley, b. October 5, 

1867; teacher; graduate from 
Juniata College. 

8 3825 8 Sarah Jane Harley, h.OciohGV \6, 

1869 ; teacher. 

9 Martha Harley, b. July 5, 1871; 

10 Charlotte Harley, b. March 30, 
1874. 

5 David Stover, m. Hannah Cassel ; children : 

I Deborah Stover, m. Horace Fred- 
erick ; res., Kulpsville, Pa. 

8 3830 2 Z.jvZ/rt 5/c?7Y7', m. William Henning ; 

res., Philadelphia. 

7 3831 6 Susan Stover, died unmarried. 

7 3832 7 Christian Stover, m. Sallie Gehman ; three 
children : 



8 


3826 


8 


3827 


7 


3828 


8 


3829 



g™. 
8 


lurtividual 
3833 


Family 
No. 


8 


3834 




8 


3835 




7 


3836 


8 


7 


3837 


9 



KULP FAMILY. 48 I 

1 Cordelia Stovcj'. 

2 Li 1 if or d Stover. 

3 Alvcrda Stover. 

8 Alary Stover, died unmarried. 

9 Jacob Stover, m. Lizzie Krupp ; no i.s.sue ; 
re.s., Lan.sdale, Pa. ; he i.s deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3617. 

CHARLES C. W. KULP^, of Enos S. KuLP^ of Abra- 
hams, of Jacob-*, of Peters, of Henrv^ of D]LLMAN^ 

8 I Arthur Kiilp, b. P^ebruary 26, 1863. 

8 2 Carey B. Kulp, b. February 3, 1865. 

8 3 Cliarles Enos Kulp, b. September 19, 1867. 

8 4 William B. Kulp, b. September 11, 1869. 

8 5 George A. H. Kiilp, b. December i, 1871. 

8 6 Kate D. Knlp, b. July 8, 1878. 

8 7 Wyola H. Kiilp, b. September 5, 1S83. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3624. 
JUSTUS F. KULP7, of EN0S^ of Abrahams, of Jacob^, 

of PeTER3, of HeNRY^, of DILLMAN^ 

8 934 I Eugene G. Kulp, b. March 27, 1869, West 

Seneca, N. Y. 

8 935 2 Carrie E. Kulp, b. March 25, 1871 ; d. May 

I, 1 87 1, Buffalo, N. Y. 



482 KULP FAMILY. 

IniJivMual Kamily 

GeQ. No. No. 

3 Maiy E Ku/p, b. June 27, 1872 ; d. April 2, 
1880, Buffalo, N. Y. 

4 Julia E. Kulp, b. August 8, 1877; d Feb- 
ruary 14, 18; 8, Buffalo, N. Y. 

5 EJsic C. Kiilp, b. February i i, 1879. 

6 Era/ik G. Kulp, b. December 20, 1880. 



8 


936 


8 


937 


8 


938 


8 


939 



CHILDREN OF No. 3654. 
ISAAC KULP^ of Jackson^, of Ahrahams, of Jacou^ of 

PeTER3, of HENRY^ of DILLMAN^ 

8 I Alice M. Kiiip, b. July 20, 1870; d. Novem- 

ber 28, 1883. Linden, Pa. 

8 2 Laura J. Kit/p, b. November 6, 1872, Lin- 

den, Pa. ; .school teacher. 

8 3 George E. Kii/p, b. September 4, 1875; d. 

Januar\' 14, 1876. 

8 4 Ida A'. A'/f/p, b. June 20, 1877. 

8 5 Jl/arv E. A'u/p, h. March 15, 1880. 

8 6 Jl/at/ie E. Kulp, b. December 27, 1882. 

8 7 Cliarles W. Kiilp, b. March 18, 1885. 



DIELMAN KOLB', ANCESTOR. 



lu'lividual Family 
Geu. No. Xo. 



■^ 



1 3800 I Dicliiiaii Ko/l), b. 1648; d. 1712, aged 64 

years, and is buried at Manlieim, in the 
Palatinate (Pfaltz), Germany, where he 
resided. He married the fifth daughter 
of Peter Schumacher. She was born in 
1652, and died in 1705, aged 53 years, 
and is buried at Wolfsheim, in the Pala- 
tinate. Her father, Peter Schumacher, 
came to America and settled in German- 
town in 1685, and died in 1707, aged 85 r/^'/ 
years. He was a Mennonite, but after- ^ •=^ 
wards connected himself with the Society 'JlrX 
of Friends (Quakers). 

2 3801 7 Diclinaii Kolb, the second, or youngest son 

of the above-mentioned Dielman, or Dill- 
man, the first, was born November 10, 
1 69 1, in the afternoon, at one o'clock, in 
the Palatinate (Pfaltz), at Wolfsheim. 

The following is taken from an old book in my posses- 
sion, and was brought over at the time the Kolbs came, and 
has been in the Kolb family ever since. It was printed in 
Germany in 1581. On the fly-leaf is written, by his own 
hand, in the German language, thus : 

"Anno, 169 1, den 10 November, bin ich Dielman Kolb, 
in diese welt Gebohren des nachmittags um Ein uhr." 

"Anno, 17 14, aufs Jacobsdag bin ich mit meiner Haus- 
frau Elizabeth Getraut Im 23ten Jahr meines Alters." 



484 KULP FAMILY. 

"Anno, 17 17, den 21 ten Mertz Seindt wihr zu Ibersheim 
in der Pfaltz abgefahren. Auf die Reiss Nach Pennsylvanien. 
Und den loten August, 1717, Alhier zu Philadelphia Gliick- 
lich Angekommen." 

" Dieses buch gehort mir Dielman Kolb zu, und habe es 
bekommen, von Jacob Schnebli von Manheim in der Pfaltz,. 
Anno Dom., 1722, zu dieser zeit wohnhaft, in Solforth town- 
ship, in dem county Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania." 

I also found the name Andreas Ziegler in the book as 
owner at one time. He married the only daughter of Diel- 
man Kolb, whose wife's name was P^lizabeth Schnebli. 

Translation of the above : 

Dielman Kolb was born November 10, 1691, in the after- 
noon, at one o'clock. He married Elizabeth Schnebli, Anno^ 
1714, on St. Jacob's day, in the 23d year of his age. 

Anno, 1717, on the 21st of March, they left Ibersheim, 
in the Palatinate, for Pennsylvania, where they safely arrived 
on the loth of August, 1717, at Philadelphia. He came 
about ten years later than his brothers Martin, Jacob, Henry 
and Johannes. He lived at Manheim, where he attended as 
a preacher of the Mennonitc congregation, and making him- 
self most valuable and useful by receiving and lodging his fel- 
low believers, who fled from Switzerland on account of their 
religious belief, as appears from a letter dated August 27, 
17 10. He subsequently emigrated to Pennsylvania, where 
he, in connection with Heinrich Funk, supervised the trans- 
lation of Van Braght's " Mart\-rs' Mirror " from the Dutch into 
the German language, and certified to its correctness. The 
great difficulty was to find a trustworthy translator and a 
printer in the forests of Pennsylvania who could undertake 
the expense of a publication of such magnitude. Naturally 
they had concluded to apply to the older and wealthier 
churches in Europe, and on the 19th of October, 1745, Jacob 
Godshall, of Germantown, Dillman Kolb, of Salford, Michael 
Ziegler, Yelles Kassel and Martin Kolb, of Skippack, and 
Heinrich Funk, of Indian Creek, sent a letter to Amsterdam 
on the subject, applying for aid. Finally the book was printed 



KULP FAMILY. 



485 



at Ephrata, Lancaster county, Pa., without any aid from the 
old country. The first part was completed in 1748, and the 
second part in 1749, the whole containing about 1500 pages, 
and took fifteen men three years to finish it. 

Dielman Kolb was a Mennonite minister, and was instru- 
mental in organizing the IMennonite congregation in Salford, 
Montgomery county. Pa., in the year 1738. He was one of 
a committee to arrange and supervise the translation of the 
" Martyrs' Mirror" from the Dutch to the German language. 
Through his influence Christopher Dock was induced to write 
his " Theory and Practice of Teaching," the first ever written 
in America as far as known, which was afterwards printed 
by Christopher Saur, at Germantown. His will is dated July 
8, 1748, and probated April 30, 1757, and is recorded at Nor- 
ristown, Montgomery county. Pa. 

The ancestors of the Kolb family in America were among 
the leaders of the Mennonite church, and in many instances 
the founders of said organizations. They refused belief in in- 
fant baptism, and in the realism of baptism without faith and 
repentance. All the Kolbs of earlier times lent their efforts 
to good works ; and from the earliest settlement by the Ger- 
mans in Pennsylvania to the present time there has been a 
large number of Mennonite preachers of the name of Kolb, 
particularly in the counties of Montgomery and Bucks in this 
state. As regards the date of their birth, death, and their 
children, see the following records : 

The following is from Hon. S. W. Pennypacker, of 
Philadelphia : 

" Dielman or Thielman (as the name is sometimes spelled) 
Kolb, another brother of Henry, came to Pennsylvania some- 
what later than his other brothers. He was at Manheim, 
where he attended as a preacher to the Mennonite congrega- 
tion, ' making himself most valuable by receiving and lodging 
his fellow-believers fled from Switzerland,' as appears from a 
letter dated August 27, 1710. He subsequently emigrated to 
Pennsylvania, where he, in connection with Henry Funk, 
supervised the translation of Van Braght's ' Martyrs' Mirror' 

(K. F.— 32.) 



486 KULP FAMILY. 

from the Dutch to the German, and certified to its correctness. 

"This book is the great historical work of the Mennonites, 
and the most durable monument of that denomination. It 
traces the history of those Christians who, from the time of 
the Apostles, were opposed to the baptism of infants and to 
warfare, including the Lyonists,' Petrobusians and Waldenses ; 
details the persecution of the Mennonites by the Spaniards in 
the Netherlands and the Calvinists in Switzerland, together 
with the individual sufferings of many hundreds who were 
burned, drowned, beheaded, or otherwise maltreated ; and 
contains the confessions of faith adopted by the different 
communities. 

"Man}' copies of the book were brought to America, but 
they were in Dutch. No German translation existed, and 
much the larger proportion of those here who were interested 
in it could read only that language. It was not long before 
a desire for a German edition was manifested, and the decla- 
ration of a war between I{ngland and France in 1744, which, 
in the nature of things, must invoke, sooner or later, their 
colonies in America, made the Mennonites fearful that their 
principles of non-resistance would be again put to the test, 
and anxious that all of the membens, especially the young, 
should be braced for the struggle by reading of the steadfast- 
ness of their forefathers amid sufferings abroad. Their un- 
salaried preachers were, however, like the members of the 
flock — farmers who earned their bread by tilling the soil — 
and were ill-fitted, both by circumstances and education, for 
so great a literary labor. Where could a trustworthy trans- 
lator be found ? Where was the printer in the forests of 
Pennsylvania who could undertake the expense of a publica- 
tion of such magnitude ? Naturally, they had recourse to the 
older and wealthier churches in Europe, and on the 19th of 
October, 1745, Jacob Godshalk, of Germantown, Dielman 
Kolb, of Salford, Michael Ziegler, Yilles Kassel, and Martin 
Kolb, of Skippack, and Heinrich Funk, of Indian Creek, 
author of two religious works published in Pennsylvania, 
wrote, under instruction from the various communities, a letter 



KULP FAMILY. 487 

to Amsterdam on the subject. They say : ' Since according 
to appearances the flames of war are mounting higher, and it 
cannot be known whether the cross and persecution may not 
come upon the defenceless Christians, it becomes us to 
strengthen ourselves for such circumstances with patience 
and endurance, and to make ev^ery preparation for steadfast 
constancy in our faith. It was, therefore, unanimously con- 
sidered good in this community, if it could be done, to have 
the 'Blocdig Toiiccl of Dielman Jans Van Braght translated 
into the German language, especially since, in our communi- 
ties in this country, there has been a great increase of young 
men who have grown up. In this book posterity can see the 
traces of those faithful witnesses who have walked in the way 
of truth and given up their lives for it.' 

" At Ephrata, in Lancaster county, had been established 
some years before, and still exists, a community of mystical 
Dunkers, who practiced celibacy, and held their lands and 
goods in common. About 1745 they secured a hand printing 
press, now in possession of the Historical Society of Pennsyl- 
vania, on which they printed over fifty books, which are 
among the scarcest and most sought after of American im- 
prints. The chronicle of the cloister says : ' Shortly before 
the time that the mill was burned down, the Mennonites in 
'Pennsylvania united together to have their great martyr book, 
which was in the Dutch language, translated and printed in 
German. For this work there was nobody in the whole 
country considered better fitted than the brotherhood in 
Ephrata, since they had a new printing office and paper mill, 
and moreover, could place hands enough upon the work. 
After the building of the mill was completed, the printing of 
the martyr book was taken in hand, for which important work 
fifteen brethren were selected, of whom nine had their task in 
the printing office, viz. : a corrector, who was also translator, 
four compositors and four pressmen ; the others worked in 
the paper mill. Three years were spent upon this book, but 
the work was not continuous, because often the supply of 
paper was deficient. And since in the meantime there was 



488 KULP FAMILY. 

very little other business on hand, the brethren got deeply 
into debt, but through the great demand for the book this 
was soon liquidated. It was printed in large folio, using six- 
teen quires of paper, and making an edition of thirteen hun- 
dred copies. In a council held with the Mennonites, the price 
for a single copy was fixed at twenty shillings, from which it 
can be seen that the reasons for printing it were very different 
from a hope of profit. That this martyr book was a cause of 
many trials to the recluses, and added not a little to their 
spiritual martyrdom, is still in fresh remembrance.' " 

In this rather remarkable way have been fortunately 
preserved the particulars concerning the publication of the 
Ephrata martyr book. 

The publication of the first part was completed in 1748, 
and the second in 1749. It is a massive folio of fifteen hun- 
dred and twelve pages. 

The before- mentioned Heinrich Funk and Dielman Kolb 
were appointed a committee by the Mennonites to make the 
arrangement with the community at Ephrata, and to super- 
vise the translation. Their certificate is appended, saying : 
" It was desired by very many in Pennsylvania that there 
should be a German translation and edition of the martyr 
book of the defenceless Christians or Tauffs-gcsiiuitcii, before 
printed in the Dutch language. 

Heinrich Funk and Dielman Kolb had such a great love 
for this book that they both, with common consent, gave their 
time and labor to it ; and as the sheets came from the press 
and were sent to therfi in their order, went over them one at 
a time, comparing them with the Dutch ; and in this work 
have not omitted a single verse. 

The Kolbs or Kulps were among the leaders of the 
Mennonite church, and the founders of many Baptist or Men- 
nonite organizations. They refused belief in infant baptism, 
and in the realism of baptism without faith and repentance. 
Dielman Kolb, the brother of Henry, Martin and Jacob, gave 
his big brain and bigger endeavor to the translation of " Dcr 
Bliitigc ScJia2iplatz odcr Martyrcr Spiegel!' All the Kolbs or 



KULP FAMILY. 489 

Kulps of the older time lent their efforts to good works, and 
from the earliest settlement of the Germans in Penns\'lvania 
to the present time, there has been a large -number of Men- 
nonite preachers of the name of Kolb or Kulp, particularly 
in the counties of Bucks and Montgomery, Pa. ; also in the 
West. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3801. 
DILLMAN KOLB^ of Dillman^ 



ludiviiiual 



Gen. 



3 3802 I Elir:abctJi Kolb, b. about 1715; resided at 

now Lederachsville, Pa. ; m. Andrew 
Ziegler, a son of Michael Ziegler, a 
Mennonite minister at Skippack, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3802. 

ELIZABETH KOLB3 (Ziegler), of Dillman% of Dill- 
man'. 

4 3803 I Dilliiiaii Ziegler, b. about 1734; he had six 

children: Andrew, Dillman and Jacob; 
the daughters were, P.lizabeth, Hester 
and Barbara ; all three married God- 
shalls ; res., Lederachsville, Pa. 

4 3804 2 Michael Ziegler, b. 1735 ; m. Miss Huns- 
berger ; he was known by the name of 
" Smoke Mike ;" his name does not ap- 
pear on draft of November 15, 1782, 
when the division of land was made ; 
children : Abraham, Andrew, Peter, 
Betsy, Nancy. 



490 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 

4 3805 3 Andrciv Zicgler, b. March 14, 1737, Leder- 

achsville, Pa. ; he was a minister in the 
Mennonite church at Salford, Pa., and a 
bishop ; he also officiated as bishop in 
the Mennonite church at Germantown 
from about 1780 to about 1790; he re- 
sided in Lower Salford, Montgomery 
county, Pa.; he died October 26, 181 1 ; 
children : Elizabeth, Dillman, Michael 
and Andrew. 

4 3806 4 Elizabetli Zicglcr, m. Abraham Detweiler, 
of Worcester, Pa., a son of Martin Det- 
weiler and Maria Meyer, and grandson 
of-J;acob Detweiler ^nd Neltgen Kolb, 
da-u£fhter of Martin Kolb. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3803. 

DILLMAN ZIEGLER\ of 1-:lizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), 
of DiLLMAN% of Dillman'. 

5 3807 I .'^//c/n'7c'Z/r^'-A7', m. Molly Rittenhouse ; had 

one child, Susanna; res., Skippack, 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

5 3808 2 Dillinan Zicglcr, m. Kate Oberholzer Oc- 

tober 6, 1791 ; children: John, Jacob, 
Michael, Abraham, Dillman, Hannah, 
Barbara, Kate, Elizabeth. 

5 3809 3 Jacob Zicglcr, m. Kate Hunsberger; chil- 

dren : Anna, Barbara, Kate, Hetty, Dill- 
man, Betsy ; at Lederachsville, Pa. 

5 3810 4 Elizabeth Zicglcr, m. Godshall Godshall ; 
children : Dillman and William ; res., 
Schwenksville, Pa. 



Ty^E NK ■ YORK 

^ASTfV;. T -XOX AND 

L 




DR. HENRY GEIGER. 



KULP FAMILY. 49I 



Individual 



Oen. 

5 381 1 5 Hester Zieglcr, m. first, Garret Godshall ; 

one child, Barbara ; second, Dillman 
Bean ; children : Dillman and Andrew. 

5 3812 6 Barbara Ziegler, m. Jacob Godshall; had 
seven children : Jacob Z. Godshall, of 
Telford, Pa., and Dillman, David, Henry, 
Sarah, Betsy, Barbara. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3804. 

MICHAEL ZIEGLER*, of Elizabeth Kolb3, of Dill- 
man^, of Dillman'. 

5 3813 I Abraham Ziegler, m. Barbara Kolb ; chil- 

dren : Nancy, Jacob, Catharine, Andrew ; 
res., Lederachsville, Pa. 

5 3814 2 Andrezv Ziegler, m. Catharine Lederach 
March 29, 1792; children: Henry, Eliz- 
abeth and Lena, who married Jacob 
Schwenk, of Schwenksville, Pa. 

Henry Ziegler married Katie Steiner; had three children : 
Mary Ann, P^lizabeth, one more. 

Elizabeth married Dieter Buchert ; their children were : 
Andrew, Kate and Mary. 

Lena or Magdalena Ziegler, who was born February 27, 
1795, and died September 3, 1823, a daughter of Andrew 
Ziegler, born March 14, 1770, and died October 26, 1844, 01 
Zieglersville, Pa., and Catharine (nee Lederach), his wife, born 
September 4, 1769, died July 2, 1840, married Jacob Schwenk, 
born Septexnber 14, 1789, died August 19, 1852, of Schwenks- 
ville, Pa., after whom this village is named, who was engaged 
in the mercantile business at that place for many years, and 
acquired a competency. He had by his wife Lena two child- 
ren who reached maturity — Catharine, widow of Abraham 



492 KULP FAMILY. 

Steiner, of Hickorytown, Pa., farmer; and Elizabeth Z., a 
woman of remarkable energy, abounding in good works and 
beloved by all who know her, widow of Reuben Y. Strassbur- 
ger, of Schwenksville, Pa., merchant. The children of Catha- 
rine Steiner are as follows : Jacob, deceased ; George S. ; 
Milton S., deceased ; Mary S., wife of Henry Shepard; Catha- 
rine E. ; and Annie S., wife of Harry Pierce. The children of 
Elizabeth Z. Strassburger are as follows: Jacob A., a promi- 
nent attorney-at-law at Norristown, Pa.; Annie E., wife of 
Benjamin F. Leidy, cashier of the Farmers' National Bank of 
Pennsburg, Pa. ; Kate A., wife of Charles M. Spare, agent of 
the P. & R. R. R. Co., at Belmont, Pa. ; and Magdalena S., 
wife of Wilfred L. Stauffer, general manager of the James 
Lees & Sons Manufacturing Co., at Bridgeport, Pa. Jacob A. 
Strassburger and Mary his wife (nee Beaver) have three child- 
ren, Elizabeth B., Ralph B. and Perry B. Annie E. Leidy 
has one child, Robert C. Kate A. Spare has two children, 
Roscoe C. and Reuben Y. Magdalena S. Stauffer has five 
children, Mar)' G., Charles R., Paul, Jacob Kenneth, and Wil- 
fred L. 

Jacob Schwenk afterwards married Mary Landis, born 
July 15, 1800, and died December 22, 1878, daughter of 
Rev. Samuel Gehman, and by this marriage had the following 
children: Jacob G. Schwenk, who married Mary Hendricks; 
Abraham G. Schwenk, who married Elizabeth Stauffer; Dr. 
Samuel G. Schwenk (now deceased), who married Mary 
Funk; John G. Schwenk, who married Emma Spare; Mary 
S., who married Dr. Henry Geiger, now deceased, who prac- 
ticed medicine at Harleysville, Pa., and later was a wholesale 
merchant in Philadelphia, and prior to and at his decease 
President of the Frankford and Southwark Street Passenger 
Railway Company ; and Henry G. Schwenk (now deceased), 
who married Lydia Keelor. Andrew Ziegler was a large 
landholder and dealer in cattle. Zieglersville was named 
after him. To distinguish him from several others of the 
same name he was generally known as "small Andreas." 



KULP FAMILY. 493 

5 3815 3 Peter Zicglcr, moved to Northumberland 

Co., Pa. 

5 3816 4 Betsy Zieg/er, m.. George Delp ; children: 
Isaac, Sallie and Annie ; near Leder- 
achsville. Pa. 

5 3817 5 N'aney Zieg/er, d. single. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3805. 
ANDREW ZIEGLER^ of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), 

of DiLLMAN^ of DILLMA'N^ 

5 3820 I Elizabeth Ziegler, m. Abraham Tyson, father 

■ of Andrew Tyson, of Lower Salford, Pa. ; 
John, Joseph, and Polly who m. Jacob 
Hallman. 

5 3821 2 Dillnian Ziegler, m. Miss Tyson; 

William, John, Andrew, Peggy. 

5 3822 3 ]\Iiehael Ziegler, m. Sarah Overholzer, gen- 

erally called "Little Mike"; had two 
sons, Abraham and Henry ; Henry m. 
Elizabeth Kratz ; daughters : Betsy, 
Peggy and Sallie. 

5 3823 4 Aiuirezv Ziegler, m. twice, each time a 
daughter of Bernard Freyer ; two sisters ; 
no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3807. 

ANDREW ZIEGLERs, of Dillman*, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman-, of Dillman'. 



494 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 3824 I Snsa n/m Zir^/cr, m. Di\\ma.nKo\h; had two 

children, Isaac and Molly, residing on 
Skippack road, about one mile below 
Schwenksville ; both deceased, and 
never married. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3808. 

DILLMAN ZIEGLER5, of Dillman^ of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 

1 Jo/if/ 0. Zicglcr, m. Miss Kohler ; Led- 

erachsville, Pa. 

2 Jacob O. Zicgicr, m. Elizabeth Rechtel ; d. 
in Philadelphia. 

3 Michael 0. Zicgicr, m. Molly Landis ; res.,. 
Lederachs\'ille, Pa. 

4 Abraham 0. Zicgicr, m. Kate Schwenk ; 
Lederachsville, Pa. 

5 Dilhua)i 0. Zicglcr, m. Maria Jacobs ; Led- 
erachsville, Pa. 

6 Hannah Zicglcr, m. George Hunsicker ; 
Franconiaville, Pa. 

7 Barbara Zicglcr, m. Jacob Oberholzer ; 
Lederachsville, Pa. 

8 Elizabeth Zicglcr, m. Abraham Hunsicker; 
res., Salfordville, Pa. 

9 Kate Zicglcr, m. P2 n o s Wambold ; res. 
Mainland, Pa. 



6 


3825 


6 


3826 


6 


3827 


6 


3828 


6 


3829 


6 


3830 


6 


3831 


6 


3832 


6 


3833 



KULP FAMILY. 495 

CHILDREN OF No. 3809. 

JACOB ZIEGLER5, of DiLLMAN*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 
(Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman\ 

ladivittual Family 

No. " 

1 Naiicv Zicglcr, m. George Shoemaker ; res., 
Skippack, Pa. 

2 Barbara Zicglcr, m. Isaac Shoemaker ; res., 
Skippack, Pa. 

3 Kate Zicglcr, m. first, Henry Hoc h ; second, 
John Hunsicker ; res., Skippack, Pa. 

4 Hetty Zicglcr, m. Jacob Detweiler ; they 
moved to Canada in 1824; where they 
both died and left children. 

3836I/2 5 Dillman Zicglcr, m. Miss Kate Schwartz 
and moved to Canada in 18 16; both d. 
there and left children ; one of their 
daughters, named Elizabeth, m. Abra- 
ham Kolb, of Waterloo, son of Jacob 
Kolb and Kate Clemens. 

3837 6 Betsy Zicglcr, m. John Gotwals. 



Gen. 

6 


No. 
3834 


6 


3835 


6 


3835 >< 


6 


3836 



CHILDREN OF No. 3810. 

ELIZABETH ZIEGLERs (Godshall), of Dillman^, of 
Elizabeth Kolb^, of Dillman^ of Dillman^ 

6 3838 I Dillinan Cc-'cAV/cr//, m. Hannah Umsted ; res., 

near Schwenksville, Pa.; had nine 
children. 

6 3839 2 William Godshall, m. Magdalena Huns- 
berger; res., Schwenksville, Pa. ; farmer; 
Mennonites ; he has for many years been 
a deacon in the Schwenksville Mennon- 
ite Church. 



496 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 381 1. 

HESTER ZIEGLER5 (Godshall), of DILLMA^•^ of Eliz- 
abeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^ of Dillman'. 

Individual Famllv 

Gen. No. No. " 

6 3840 I Barbara Godshal/, m. Da\'id Kepler ; res., 

Limerick, Pa. 

6 3841 2 GodsJiall ; was killed by lightning; 

he lived on Skippack road, near Leder- 
achsville, Pa. 



CHH.DREN OF No. 3812. 

BARBARA ZIEGLERs (Godshall), of Dillman^ of 
Elizabeth Kolb^ (Ziegler), of Dillmax^, of Dillmax'. 

1 Jacob Z. Godshall, m. Kate Landis ; res., 
Telford, Pa. 

2 Dill man Godshall, m. Kate Kolb ; res., Sal- 
ford, Pa. 

3 David Godshall ; in Montgomery county, Pa. 

4 Hoirv Godshall, died young. 

5 Sarah Godshall, m. first, Isaac Bergey ; sec- 
ond, Godshall. 

6 Betsy Godshall, m. Peter Metz. 

7 Lena Godshall, m. Custer; no issue. 

8 Barbara Godshall, m. Kister or Custer ; 

no issue. 



6 


3842 


6 


3843 


6 


3844 


6 


3845 


6 


3846 


6 


3847 


6 


3847 


6 


3848 



KULP FAMILY. 497 

CHILDREN OF No. 3813. 

ABRAHAM ZIEGLERs, of MICHAEL^ of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman^ 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. " 

6 3849 I Nancy Ziegler, m. Jacob Moyer; res., Per- 

kiomen, Pa. 

6 3850 2 Jacob Ziegler, m. l^et.sy Landis, Lederach.s- 
ville, Pa. 

6 3851 3 Catharine Ziegler, m. Michael Alderfer ; 

res., Lower Salford, Pa. 

6 3852 4 Andreiv Ziegler, m. Louisa Jacobs, Leder- 
achsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3816. 
BETSY ZIEGLER5 (Delp), of Michael^, of Elizabeth 

KoLB3, of DlLLMAN^ of DlLLMAN^ 

6 3817 I Isaac Delp, m. Julian Haines; res., Lower 

Salford, Pa. ; weaver ; children : Mary, 
Betsy, George, Andrew, Annie, Isaac, 
Sarah, Henry. 

6 3818 2 Sallie Delp, m. Daniel Custer, millwright; 

children : Henry, Annie, Andrew, Joseph. 
6 3819 3 Annie Delp, died unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3820. 

ELIZABETH ZIEGLERs (Tyson), of ANDREw^ of 
Elizabeth Kolbs (Ziegler), of Dillman^ of DILLMAN^ 

6 3853 I Andrexv Tyson, m. Betsy Reiff, Lower Sal- 

ford, Pa. 



498 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3821. 

DILLMAN ZIEGLER5, of Andrew^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 

ludivirtual Familv 
Gen. No. No." 

6 3854 I Williavi Zicglcr, m. Nancy Swartley; res., 

Franconia, Pa. 

6 3855 2 JoJin Zicglcr, m. Matilda Keeley ; res., Led- 

erachsville, Pa. 

6 3856 3 Audrciv Zicglcr, died single. 

6 3857 4 P'-'ggy Zicglcr, m. Henry Detweiler; res., 
Lower Salford, Pa. ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3822. 

MICHAEL ZIEGLER5, of Andrew^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^", of Dillman'. 

6 3858 I Abraham Z/r,<,'-A7', m. Elizabeth Hunsicker; 

res., Lederachsville, Pa. 

6 3859 2 Hoiry Ziegler, m. P^lizabeth Kratz ; res., 

Lederachsville, Pa. 

6 3860 3 Betsy Ziegler, unmarried. 

6 3861 4 /'r','"^'^' .2'/r<f/r;", Garret Hunsicker ; res.. Skip- 

pack, Pa. 
6 3862 5 Sallie Ziegler, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3824. 

SUSANNA ZIEGLER'5 (Kolb), of Andrews, of Dill- 
MAN^, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dill- 
man'. 
7 3863 I Isaac Kolb, unmarried ; res., Skippack, Pa. 

7 3864 2 Molly Kolb, unmarried; res., Skippack, Pa. 
Both deceased. 



KULP FAMILY. 499 

CHILDREN OF No. 3825. 

JOHN ZIEGLER6, of Dillmaxs, of Dillman^, of Eliza- 
beth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 3865 I John Zicglcr ; re.s., Lederach.sville, Pa. 

7 3866 2 Joseph Zicglcr wa.s married; had children; 
res., Lederach.sville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3826. 

JACOB O. ZIEGLER^ of Dillman?, of Dillman^ of 
Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of DILLMAN^ 

1 Isaiah Zicglcr, m. Lizzie Derr ; children : 
three living and two dead. 

2 Addison Zicglcr, m. Lydia Cooper ; three 
children; he died 1 89 1. 

3 Irinti Zicglcr, m. Kate ; no i.ssue. 

4 Euuiiiic Zicglcr, m. John Dutton ; children : 
five living and one dead. 

5 Lovina Zicglcr, m. Hallman ; second, 

Isaac Souder. 

6 Milton Zicglcr, m. Naomi . All re- 

siding in Philadelphia except Lovina. 

7 3872a 7 Charles Zicglcr was killed in the war. 



7 


3867 


7 


3868 


7 


3869 


7 


3870 


7 


3871 


7 


3872 



CHILDREN OF No. 3827. 

MICHAEL O. ZIEGLER^ of Dillmans, of Dillman*, 
of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^ of Dillman'. 

7 3873 I Katie Zicglcr, m. Henry Kolb, Franconia- 

ville, Pa. 



500 




Gen. 

7 


ludiviiiual 
3874 


7 


3875 


7 


3876 


7 


3877 


7 


3878 


7 


3879 


7 


3880a 


7 


3880b 



KULP FAMILY. 

Family 
So." 

2 Jolin Zicglcr, m. Mary Moyer. 

3 Mary Zicglcr, single. 

4 Sarah Zicglcr, m. John R. Landis. 

5 Deborah Zicglcr, m. Abraham Freed. 

6 Jacob Zicglcr, deceased ; m. Sarah Groff. 

7 Henry Zicglcr, m. Catharine Wagner. 

8 Elizabeth Zicglcr, m. Abraham Derstein. 

9 James Zicglcr, single. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3828. 

ABRAHAM O. ZH^:GLER^ of Dillmans, of Dillman^, 
of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 

7 3880 I George S. Zicglcr, m. Nancy Ziegler. 

7 3881 2 Angelinc Zicglcr, m. Elias Kolb ; res., Led- 

erachsville, Pa. 

7 3882 3 Josiah S. Zicglcr, resides in Bedford county, 

Pa. 

Willi a! II S. Zicglcr. 

Ai^gnstus S. Zicglcr. 

Sarah Ann Zicglcr, m. Nathaniel Kehs. 

7 Benjamin Zicglcr, m. Hallman. 

Nathaniel S. Zicglcr, m. Lucy Souder. 

Valentine S. Zicglcr. 

10 Abraham S. Zicglcr, m. Susanna Fetterolf. 

CatJiarinc Ann Zicglcr. 

3889b 12 Mary Jane Zicglcr, m. James Schatz. 

Amanda Ziarlci'. 



7 


3883 


4 


7 


3884 


5 


7 


3885 


6 


7 


3886 


7 


7 


?>^^7 


8 


7 


3888 


9 


7 


3889 


10 


7 


3889a 


1 1 


7 


3889b 


12 


7 


3889c 


13 



KULP FAMILY. 5OI 

CHILDREN OF No. 3829. 

DILLMAN O. ZIF:GLER^ of Dillman^, of Dillman*, 
of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman\ 

Individual Family 

Gen. N,.. No. 

7 3 890 I Oliver Zicglcr. 

7 3891 2 DH'uian Zicglcr, m. Sarah Mintzer. 

7 3S92 3 .h'^sc Zicglcr. 

7 3893 4 Albert Zicglcr, m. Reuben Oswald. 

7 3S94 5 Jidicin Zicglcr, m. Reuben Macknet. 

7 3894a 6 Maria Zicglcr. 

7 3894b 7 Hannah Zicglcr, m. Peter Raudenbush. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3830. 

HANNAH ZIEGLER6 (Hunsicker), of Dillman^, of 
Dillman-^, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziet^ler), of DILLMAN^ of 

DlLLMAN\ 

1 Dilhnan Hiinsickcr, m. Amanda Wagner. 

2 William Hunsicker, m. Susan Gross. 

3 George Hunsicker, m. first, Benner ; 

second, Susan Tyson. 

4 Katie Hunsicker, m. first, Jacob Hockman ; 
, second, Enos Hockman. 

5 Hannah Hunsicker, m. Frederick Huns- 
be rger. 

6 Charles Hunsicker. 

7 Mary Hunsicker, m. Israel Ruth ; reside in 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

(K. F.-33.) 



7 


3895 


7 


3896 


7 


3897 


7 


3898 


7 


3899 


7 


3900 


7 


3900 



502 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3831. 

BARBARA ZIEGLER^ (Oberholzer), of Dillmans, of 
DillmaM, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Ziegler), of DILLMAN^ of 

DlLLMAN\ 



Gen. 



Individual Famlk 



7 3901 I Henry crholzcr. 

7 3902 2 Kate ObcrJiolzcr. 

7 3903 3 AhraJiam OhcrJiolzcr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3832. 

ELIZABETH ZIEGLERSHunsicker), of Dillman^, of 
DiLLMAN"*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Zie<;lcr), of Dillman^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 3905 I J'-'l^'t Iluiisickcr, m. Sarah Ann Rciff; res., 

Lcdcrachsvillc, Pa. 



7 


3906 


2 


Katie Huiisickcr. 


7 


3907 


3 


Elizabctli Hiinsickcr. 


7 




4 


Ann Ilnnsickcr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3833. 

KATE ZIEGLER6 (Wambold), of Dillmans, of Dill- 
MAN^ of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Ziegler), of Dillmak^, of Dill- 

MAN\ 

7 3908 I Jacob Wambold, (\.\ ni. Maria Strunk ; res., 

Telford, Pa. 

7 3909 2 Enos Wambold, m. first, Sarah Kline; sec- 
ond, Barbara Alderfer, Lower Salford, 
Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. 5O3 



Indiviiiual Fai 

Gea. No. No. 



7 39^0 3 Charles Waiiibold, m. Amanda Moyer ; re.s., 
Mainland, Pa. 

7 3912 4 Catharine ]Vai/iboId, m. Jona.s Mo)^er, de- 
cea.sed. 

7 39 1 2 14 12 Eli::ahctJi Wainhohi, m. Henry Richards; 
res., Philadelphia. 

7 3913 5 Sophia Waniho/d, m. first, Benjamin Hen- 

dricks; second, John Hendricks; res., 
Virginia. 

7 3914 6 James Wamhohi, m. Emma Jones. 

7 39 '5 7 Lucy Udmho/d, m. John P. Neuman. 

7 3916 8 Mary rfi-rz/z/Wir/, died unmarried, aged about 

1 8 years. 

7 3917 9 Henry Wandn^ld, m. P^mma Bitting. 

7 3918 10 Abraham Z. ]Vanibo/d, m. Susan Smith; no 
issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3834. 

NANCY ZIEGLER6 (Schumacher), of Jacobs, of Dill- 
man'*, of P^LIZABETH KOLB^ (Zieglcr), of DlLLMAN^, of DlLL- 
MAN\ 

7 3919 I Kate Schnmachcr, m. George P'redericks, 

deceased. 

7 3920 2 Michael Schnmaeher, m. P^lizabeth Lcder- 
ach, Philadelphia. 

7 3921 3 Nancy Sc/uimacher, m. George Hunsicker, 

deceased. 

7 3922 4 Jacob Schnmaeher, m. Sarah Nace, deceased. 



504 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 

7 3923 5 George ScJuiiiiaeher, m. Katie Haldeman, 

decea.sed. 

7 3924 6 Jofias Sc/iiiinaeher, m. Caroline Reifschnei- 

der ; re.s., Salfordville, Pa. 

7 39- S 7 Elizabetli Scliuviacher, died unmarried. 

7 3926 8 Beiijaniin ScJiuiiiacJier,, m. Fanny Shellen- 
bercfer in Illinoi.s. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3835. 

BARBARA ZIEGLER^ (Schumacher), of J.\cob5, of 
DiLLMAN"*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Ziegler), of Dillman-, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

I George Sch?iJiiacher, m. Mi.ss HaHman. 

Jacob Se/unnae/ier, m. Miss Exerhard. 

Kate Schninae/ier, m. Henry Hunsicker. 

Pol/y ScJuiuiaeher, unmarried. 

Barbara Sc/mniacher, m. Jacob Moyer, de- 
ceased. 

3932 Susie ScliuniacJier, m. John Detweiler. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 3836. 

KATE ZIEGLER^ (Hoch), of Jacob^, of DILLMA^•^ of 
Elizabeth koLB3 (Ziegler), of Dillmax^, of Dillman'. 

7 3933 I JoJin Hoch, m. Sarah Hunsicker. 

7 3934 2 Jacob Hoch. 



KULP FAMILY. 505 

mil}- 
..„. Su. 

7 3935 3 Magdaloia Hoch. 

7 3936 4 Kate Hoch. 

7 3937 • 5 Sarah Hoch, m. Amos Horninc^. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3838. 

DILLMAN GODSHALL^ of Elizabeth Zieglers 
(God.shall), of Dillman'*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of 

DlLLMAN^, of DlLLMAN^ 

1 Jacob Godsliall. 

2 Anna GodsJiall, unmarried. 

3 Joseph Godsliall, m. Hauck. 

4 Jesse GodsJiall. 

5 Dilluian Godsliall ; res., Trenton, N. J. 

6 William Godsliall. 

7 Richard Godsliall ; res., Bucks county, Pa. 

8 Lydia Godsliall, single. 

9 Israel Godsliall, single. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 3839. 

WILLIAM GODSHALL^ of Elizabeth Zieglers 
(Godsliall), of Dillman^, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of 

DlLLMAN^, of DiLLMAN'. 

7 3947 I Abraham Godsliall, died, aged seven years. 

7 3948 2 Dilluian Godsliall, m. Elizabeth Grater, de- 
ceased. 



506 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Family 

Geu. Xo. Xo. 

7 3949 3 ElizabctJi Gods/iall, m. Nathan Umsted, de- 

ceased. 

7 3950 4 Williaiii Godshall, m. Rebecca Kratz, de- 
ceased. 

7 395 1 5 Adam GodsJuxll, m. first, Sarah Walt ; sec- 

ond, ^arah Wa^'ner, )Ilc Fox ; resided in 
Northi moer^.and, Pa. 

7 3952 6 Rev. Moses Godshall, a Mennonite minister 
and bishop ; deceased ; married Hannah 
Clemens; >econd, Mary Shelly. 

Rev. Moses H. Gottshall, the son of William Z. and 
Magdalena (Hunsberg-er) Gottsh dl, was born March 25, 
181 5, in Frederick township, Montgomery county. Pa. He 
was the sixth son of a famil}- of thirteen children. He was 
studious, intelligent and obedient, possessed of more than 
ordinary piety and reverence. He received his education in 
the public schools of his day, which provided him with a 
very limited education, the Word of God, however, being his 
chief delight and principal study. He was married to Hannah 
Clemens on February 6, 1840, and took charge of his father's 
farm, where he spent all his life-time. On December 3, 1847, 
he was called and ordained to the ministry in the Mennonite 
church, and became the first pastor of the Schwenksville 
Mennonite church. In 1850 he was ordained bishc-p of the 
same church, and later he was chosen bishop also of the 
Deep Run and the Branch congregations in Bucks county, 
and the liowmansville congregation in Lancaster county, 
which he also organized. In October, 1865, he organized 
the First Mennonite Church, in Philadelphia, and became its 
bishop. At his death, Boyertown congregation, in Berks 
county, was also in his district. He was a man of wonderful 
oratorical ability, liberal-minded but sincere and consistent, 
and for popularity among all denominations he had hardly 
an equal. His services weie all without any pay, and he was 




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obliged to work hard for his support, yet with all he was 
eminently successful. 

His life was also beclouded with sorrow. His wife died 
May 8, 1856, and of the eight children which she bore unto 
him, it was his doom to follow four to the grave. He married 
his second wife, Mary Shelly, July 18, 1857, and his successor 
is his only son by his second wife. 

When, after forty-one years of active service in the 
Lord's vineyard, the Ma^t^r came to call him home, he found 
him busily engaged at his post. On October 21, 1888, he 
preached his last sermon in the Deep Run congregation, 
from the text. Rom. 14: 10-14, It was accompanied with 
more than usual fervor and earnestness. He came home 
sick, and five days later, October 26, 1888, he fell asleep in 
Jesus, aged seventy-three years, seven months and one day. 

His funeral was the largest ever held in the neighbor- 
hood, fully fifteen hundred people being present, among them 
twenty-seven ministers from different denominations. His re- 
mains lie beside those of his departed wife, children and par- 
ents, in the Mennonite burying-ground, Schwenksville, Pa. 

ludivi.liKil F.iniilv 

Gen. No. Xo. 

7 3953 7 Godshall Godshall, m.. ^\-?,t,l^ea.r\nd. Custer; 

second, Elizabeth Landis, deceased. 

7 3954 8 Jacob Gods/iall, m. Lucy Musselman, de- 
ceased. 

7 3955 9 John Godshall, m. Catharine Souder, de- 

ceased. 

7 3956 10 Joseph Godsha//, m. Catharine Clemens, 
Phoenixville, Pa. 

7 3957 ^^ Andrew GodsJiall, m. Mary Schwartz, at 
CoUegeville, Pa. 

7 3958 12 RciK AbraJiani Gods]iall,d.yi^n\-\ov\\.& m\\\\'&- 
ter, married Maria Bauman ; P. O., Nian- 
tic, P.i. 



508 KULP FAMlL"i'. 

ludividual Family 

Gl-u. Xo, No. 

7 3959 ^3 Catharine Godshall, m. Isaac Bergey, de- 
ceased. 



childrp:n of No. 3S42. 

JACOB Z. GODSHALL^ of Barbara Zieglers, of 
DiLLMAN^^ of Elizabeth Kolb3 '^Ziegler), of Dillman^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

7 3959 I FJias Gcdsliall, m. first, Miss Kc}'ser ; sec- 

ond. Miss Moyer. 

2 Sarali Gods/ml/, m. Michael Alderfer. 

3 Lirjrjic Godshall, ni. (ieorge Clemens. 

4 Kate Godsliall, Vi\. fienr) Keyser. 

5 Miss Godshall, m. Nathan Keyser ; reside in 
Montgomery county, Pa. 



ciiili)Ri:n of No. 3S43. 

DILLMAN GODSHALL^ of Barbara Ziegler^, of 
DiLLMAN"*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of DILLMA^■^ of 
Dillman'. 

7 3964 I Barbara G( dshall, m. Christian Souder, de- 

ceased ; children : Emma, Christian, 
Dillman ; of Lower Salford, Pa. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 3847. 

BETSY GODSHALL^ (Metz), of Barbara Zieglers, of 
Dillman^, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of 

DILLMAN^ 

7 39643^ I Barbara Mctz, m. William Frederick. 



KULP FAMILY. 5O9 

7 3965 2 Henry Met-., m. Susan Aldcrfer, Kulps\-ille, 

Pa. 

7 3966 3 Jacob J\L-trj, m. Lizzie Richenbach, Kulps- 

ville, Pa. 

7 3967 4 Jofiii j\I:t:z, m. hizzic Stauffer, TowamcnsiiiL;, 

Pa. 

7 3968 5 Rc/hYca Jllct:y, m. Jacob Stauffer, a Men- 

nonite minister in the Mennonite con- 
gregation at Kulpsville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3849. 
NANCY ZIEGLER^ (Moyer), of Abraham Zieglers, of 

MiCHAEL't, of P^LIZABETH K()LB3 (Ziegler), of DlLLMAN-, of 
DlLLMAN\ 

7 3970 1 .S'"^?/////'^/ y]/{)77-, m. Miss Spear, deceased. 

7 3971 2 Barbara Mover, m. Simon Gerhard; res., 

Philadelphia.; he died in 1895. 

7 3972 3 Aiuiic Mover, vi\.^■^^\^-\v\Q[ Harley ; res., now 

at Lansdale, Pa. ; he is deceased. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3850. 

JACOB ZIEGLER^ of Abrahams, of MlCHAEL^ of 
Elizabeth Kolb^ (Ziegler), of DILLMAN^ of Dillman'. 

7 3973 I Abraliam Ziegler, m. Susan Ziegler, Leder- 

achsvnlle, Pa. 

7 3974 2 Barbara Ziegler, m. F"rederick Godshall, 
Philadelphia. 



lO KULP FAMILY. 

Iudi\idual Family 
No." 

3 Katie Zicglcr, m. Henry Charles at Zieglers- 
ville, Pa. 

4 Nancy Zicglcr, m. George S. Ziegler. 

5 Sainncl Zicglcr, m. Sarah Musselman. 

6 Jacob Zicglcr, m. Miss Zendt. 

7 William Zicglcr, m. Leah Kreitz. 

8 Sarah Zicglcr. 

9 Hannah Zicglcr. 
lo Maria Zicolcr, m. Mat. Cbhoe. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 3851. 

CATHARINE ZIEGLER^ (Alderfer), of Abk.\ham5, of 
^IiCHAEi.-*, of Elizabeth Kold^ (Ziegler), of Dill.\l\x-, of 

DlLL>L\N'. 

7 3983 I AlicJiacl Alderfer, died single, aged about 20 

years. 

7 3984 2 Benjamin Z. Alderfer. m. Sarah Ilarley ; 

res.. Lower Salford, Montgomery county, 
Pa. ; farmer. 

7 3985 ■ 3 Elizabeth Alderfer, m. Christian Allebach ; 
he followed farming ; his wife died ; he 
now resides at Schwenksville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3952. 

REV. MOSES GODSHALL7, of WILLLAM^ of Eliza- 
beth Zieglers (Godshall), of DiLLM.ANt, of Elizabeth Kolb3 
(Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 



pUBUw ^ 



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REV. \VM. S. GOTTSHALL. 



KULP FAMILY, 



511 



Iu.iivi.lual 



Gi-u. 



8 3986 I HaiinaJi GodsJiall, died young. 

8 3987 2 Moses Godslia/l, died young. 

8 3988 3 Catharine Godsha/I, m. John Allebach, son 

of Jacob Allebach ; children : Frank, 
Moses, Mar}% Warren ; one dead. 

8 39S9 4 Lirjzic Godsliall, m. Jacob R. Allebach, son 

of Christian Allebach ; children : Rev. 
Harvey Allebach, at Noble, Iowa; Ezra 

Allebach, at Lansdale, Pa. 

• 

8 3990 5 Maggie GodsJiaH, m. David H. Wasser ; 

resides at Schwenksville, Pa. ; children : 
Annie and Moses ; both are dead. 

8 3991 6 Henry. Godshall, died aged 24 years. 

^ 3992 7 Moses Gods/iall, m. Annie Stauffer ; he is a 
deacon in the Schwenksville Mennonite 
church ; resides at Schwenksville, Pa. ; 
children : Harvey, Lizzie, Mary, Annie, 
Katie, Ella, Newton, William, and three 
dead. 

S 3993 8 Jaejb Godshall, m. Sallie Urfer ; children : 

Alice, Howard, Ezra and Jacob. 

By second marriage : 

8 3994 9 ^t'^'. William S. Godshall, m. Nancy Von 
Nieda ; res., Schwenksville, Pa. ; child- 
ren : Aaron PLlmer and Jennie Ma\'. 

Rev. William S. Gottshall, the youngest son of Rev. 
Moses H. Gottshall, and his second wife, Mary (Shelly) Gott- 
shall, was born in Frederick township, Montgomery county, 
Pa., near the present village of Schwenksville, on June 23, 
1865. Like his ancestors, he was trained to the work on the 
farm, but his father relinquishing the farm when he was twelve 
years of age gave him a better opportunity to acquire a liberal 



5 12 KULP FAMILV. 

education in the public schools. The short term of onh' fi\-e 
months, the crowded school, although materially checking 
his progress, could not prev^ent him from becoming a favorite 
with his teachers and adv^anced scholars of the public schools. 
Subsequentl}' he attended Perkiomen Seminary at Penns- 
burg. Pa., for two terms, and began to teach school at the 
age of seventeen, teaching three successive terms in Mont- 
gomery county. He took his theological course at Ursinus 
College, CoUegeville, Pa., 1887-89. 

When his father's duties as minister of the Gospel began 
to be too heavy for him, and he felt the infirmities of old age 
creeping upon him, \\"illi im was chosen as his successor when 
but nineteen years of age. He was ordained October 15, 
1884, and as bishop November 24, 1886, serving as his father's 
assistant until his death, when the father's mantle fell upon 
the son and he became bishop of- tlie congregations at 
Schwenksville, Bertolet's, Bo}'ertown, Deep Run and Bow- 
mans\ille. At present Deep Run and Boyertown have been 
detached, and Pottstown has been added to his charge. 

On September 22, 1886, he was married to Anna K. V^on 
Nieda, of Bowmansville, Lancaster county. The\' ha\'e two 
children. He is Secretar\' of the Eastern District Conference 
of the Mennonite Church, and member of the Mennonite 
Board of Foreign Missions. He resides at Schwenksville, 
Pa., near his place of birth. 

luiiivKlual Faniilv 

G -u. No. No. 

^ 3995 10 O'""-' '■^'^''^' ''^ infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3954. 

JACOB G0DSHALL7, of ^VILL1AM^ of Eliz.abeth 
ZiEGLER? (Godshall), of Dillman'*, of FLlizabeth Kolb3 
(Ziegler;, of Dillman-, of Dillman'. 

8 399^ I AndiTw Godsliall, m. Emma Ballman ; have 

four children ; res., Adamstown, Pa. 



KULP FAMILY. ^ 513 

Family 
No. 

3997 2 Loviiiia Godsha/I, m. John Slote ; have two 

children ; res., Reading, \\\. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3955. 

JOHN GODSHALU of Willi.am^ of Elizabeth Zieg- 
ler5 (Godshall), of Dillman-*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Ziegler), 

of DlLLMAN^, of DILLMAN^ 

S 3998 I Jacob Godshall, m. first, Elizabeth ; 

second, AmeHa Roth ; children : John, 
Ella, Virgin Mary. 

8 3999 2 Williaui Godsha/i, m. Sophia Daub ; child- 
ren : Ida, Mary, John, Walter, Katie, 
Willie. 

8 4000 3 Christian GodsJiall. 

8 4001 4 Lovina GodsJiall, m. first, John Beck; sec- 

ond, Fenton Crouthammel ; children : 
Katie, Alice, Sallie. 

8 4002 5 John Godshall, m. Sallie Clynier ; children : 

Salome, Willie, Estella, Harvey, Charles 
Winfield, Elmer Gaugle, Katie Irene. 

8 4003 6 Daniel Godshall, m. Annie Geris ; children : 

Katie, Rufus Roscoe, Willie, Irwin, 
Mary. 

8 4004 7 Maggie Godshall, deceased. 

8 4005 8 Kate Godshall, m. first, Henry Gerhard ; 

second, Henry Kratz ; children : Lillie, 
Willie, Harvey, Elmer, John, Sallie. 

8 4006 9 Jonas Godshall, m. Amanda Kinsey ; child- 
ren : J^iz'/Ae ; twins, dead ; Hiram ; in- 
fant, died in infancy. 



514 KULP FAMILY. 

Individual Kaiuilv 

G.D. No. Xu. ' 

8 4007 10 Aiuauda Godshall^m. AdoX^ih Le\'er ; child- 
ren : Willie, Amelia, John. 

8 4008 II Rc7'. Mjscs Gjiisliall, m. Amanda Shelly; 
children : Florence, Nelson. 

8 4009 12 Lincoln Godsliall, m. Sallie Mo)-er; one 
child, Arthur. 



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CHfLl]>JREN..OF.. No. 3956. 

JOSEPI-I G0DSHALL7. of' William^, of Elizabeth 
Zieglers (Godshall), of Dillman'*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ (Zieg- 
ler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 

8 4010 I J/(^?ri' 6'(-'<'/.s/'^?'//, nL William H. l^lanchford ; 

no issue. 

8 4011 2 /vv?;//' GW^sV/c?//, m. Jennie Terrill ; children: 

Walter, Carrie, Jennie, Annie. 

8 4012 3 Kate (jods/iall, m. S. T. S. Wagner ; child- 

ren : Salome, Lallee, P^lla, Mazie, Katie, 
\J[7.7AQ. ; two boys died in infancy. 

8 4013 4 Salome Godsliall, m. Re\-. Nathaniel W. 

Grubb, a Mennonite minister and bishop 
*of the First Mennonite Church, of Phil- 
adelphia ; children : Silas Manassas, 
Katie Augusta, deceased ; Arthur Eu- 
gene, deceased ; William Henry, Lizzie 
Irene, deceased ; Wallace Bertolet. 

N. B. Grubb, son of Silas and Elizabeth {^)iee Bertolet) 
Grubb, was born on July 6, 1850, in Frederick township, 
Montgomery county, Pa. He attended the public school 
until he arrived at the age of sixteen, and then attended the 
Frederick Institute for one year. During this time he lived 



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on his father's farm, after which he went to Schwcnksville, 
where he learned the trade of milHng. 

In the spring of 1872 he was chosen minister by the 
Mennonite church, of Schwcnksville, and was ordained on 
June 30th of tiiat year. 

He continued as assistant to Moses H. Gottschall until 
October, 1882, when he became the pastor of the First Men- 
nonite Church, of Philadelphia. 

In 1877 he opened a well-equipped printing office, and 
the same year established the " Schwcnksville Item," of which 
he continued to be publisher and editor until the spring of 
1883, when he disposed of his entire business and became the 
stated pastor of his present charge, having built the previously 
small and scattered flock of the First Mennonite Church until 
now the congregation numbers upw-ards of four hundred 
members. 

Mr. Grubb is a public spirited man, not allowing a spare 
moment to pass by unimproved. For nineteen years he has 
been associated as a member of the Publishing Board of the 
Mennonite Church of North America, having been its pre- 
siding officer for the most of that time. He has for many 
years been a member of the Home Mission and Church Kx- 
tension Board of the PLastern District Conference, and at the 
present time he is the presiding officer of the Conference. 

He is always prominently identified with the religious 
work of Philadelphia, being a member of the Board of Man- 
agers of the Evangelical Alliance of Philadelphia; also, a 
member of the Board of Managers of the " P'irst-Day " So- 
ciety, of Philadelphia. 

He is very prominently identified with the work of Chris- 
tian P^ndeavor, and for a number of years has taken active 
part in the great conventions, both international and state. 

Since the age of seventeen he has always been active in 
Sunday school work. His aid and counsel is sought by many 
outside of his own church and denomination. 

It was he who conceived the great need of an English 
church paper for the PLastern Church, and, asking several 



5l6 KULP FAMILY. 

brethren to cooperate with him, he estabhshed "The Mennon- 
ite," and for six years he was its editor, when compelled with 
pressing and accumulating duties to ask to be relieved. " The 
Mennonite " is now the English organ of the Mennonite 
Church of North America, made so at the suggestion of its 
founder in 1893. 

On July 4, 1872, Mr. Grubb married Salome C, daughter 
of Joseph H. and Catharine {/wc Clemens) Gottshall. Six 
children blessed this union, three of which, two daughters 
and one son, died while quite young. Three sons are still 
living, Silas M., the oldest, having been licensed to preach by 
the Eastern District Conference last May; William H. is 
learning the mercantile business ; and Wallace B. is still at- 
tending the public school. 

Iniliviilual Kainilv 

(Jen. X(i. So. ■ 

Manasscs Godsliall, tleceased. 

Matilda GodsJiall, deceased. 

A i^irl, died in infancy. 

Maggie Godshall, m. William H. Eppley ; 
she died in 1893 ; children : Willie, Ber- 
tha, Edith, Maggie, Harry, Joseph and 
Erank ; resided in Philadelphia. 



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CHILDREN OE No. 3957. 

ANDREW GODSHALL7, of WILLIAM^ of Elizabeth 
Zieglers (Godshall), of Dillman*, of I^lizabeth Kolb^ (Zieg- 
ler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 

8 4018 I Ella Godshan,i-n.Y)di\'\s M'd\-k\cy ; had three 

children. 

8 4019 2 Lizzie Godshall, m. John Johnson ; four 
children. 



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8 4020 3 Andrcii' Godshall. 
8 4021 4 Two or three died in infancy. 

All born at Colle<^eviIle, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3958. 

REV. ABRAHAM GODSHALL^, of WILLIAM^ of 
Elizabeth Zieglers (Godshall), of Dillman^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman\ ^ 

1 Diana Godshall, died young. 

2 Lizzie Godshall, died in 1893, aged 39 years . 

3 Alary Godshall, m. Daniel Urfer, deceased. 

4 Mcniio Godshall. 

5 Jolui Godshall. 

6 William Godshall. 

7 Milton Godshall. 

8 Catharine Godshall, m. Mr. Riegner. 

9 Abraham Godshall. 
10 Frank Godshall. 

All born at Niantic, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3959. 

CATHARINE G0DSHALL7(Bergey), of WILLIAM^ of 
Elizabeth Zieglers (Godshall), of Dillman-^, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 

8 4035 I Abraham Bergey. 

(K. F.— 34.) 



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ladivHual Familv 

Gen. No. No. 

8 4036 2 Magdalcna Bcrgcy, m. Willoughby Seas- 

holtz ; children : Emma, Catharine, Al- 
bert, SalHe, Frederick, Lizzie, Maggie, 
David, AHce. 

9 I ■ liniipa, m. George Ettinger ; had 

children : George, Elias, Maggie, 
l^mma, Robert, Baby. 
9 2 F]\ dcrick, m. Mary Erb. 

8 4037 3 William Bcrgcy. 

8 4038 4 Mary Bcrgcy, ni. Abel Detweiler ; children : 
Abel, KaVe, Isaac. 

8 4039 5 David Bcrgcy, m Si!isan Ty.son ; children : 
Elma, Milton, p:ffie. 

S 4040 6 Isaac Bcrgcy, m. Mary Ann Sholl ; child- 

ren; Hannah, Ellice, Uzzie, Janny ; 
four buried. 

8 4041 7 Kate Bcrgcy, m. George Detweiler; child- 

ren ; Annie, Ellie, George, Warren ; 
buried five. 

8 4042 8 Haiuiah Bcrgcy, m, Abraham Hunsberger; 

children : Mary, Katie, Harry, Samuel, 
]^\z7Ae ; two dead. 

8 4043 9 Ji'l^>^ Bcrgcy, deceased. 

8 4044 10 Elizabeth Bcrgcy, m. Henry Mattes; child- 
ren : Alom, Lizzie. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3948. 

DILLMAN G0DSHALL7, of WILLIAM^ of Elizabeth 
Zieglers (Godshall), of Dillman"*, of Elizabeth Kolbs (Zieg- 
ler), of DILLMA^•^ of Dillman'. 



KULP FAMILY. 5 I9 

luilividual Faniilv 
Gen. .Vo. No. 

8 4044 i/j I Mary Godsliall. 

8 3045 2 Joscpli GodsJiall, m. M;ir)' Hendrick.s. 

8 4046 3 Abraham GoihJiall, \h. l^ean ; .second, 

Dorothy, Kolb. 

8 4047 4 Elizabeth Godshall, m. Jona.s Ro.senberger. 

8 4048 5 Katie Godsha , m. William Bean. 



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CHILDREN 1OF No. 3949. 

ELIZABETH GODSHALL^ (Um.sted), of WILLIAM^ of 
Elizabeth Zieglers (Godsliall), of DILLMA^•^ of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillm.'n^, of Dillman'. 

1 Josiah Liiistcd, m. Catharine Tj-.son. 

2 ]\Iagdnlc)ia Uiiistcd, m. William Ty.son. 

3 William Umstcd, m. Sallie Shaner. 

4 Catharine Umstcd, m. Daniel Bergey. 

5 Jacob Umstcd, m. Kate Hoffman. 

6 Nat/ian Umstcd, m. Maria Benner. 



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4050 


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4051 


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4052 


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4053 


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4054 



CHILDREN OF No. 3950. 

WILLIAM G0DSHALL7, of WILLIAM^ of Elizabeth 
Zieglers (Godshall), of DILLMAN^ of Elizabeth Kolbs (Zieg- 
ler), of DlLLMAN^, of DiLLMAN'. 

8 4055 I Isaac Godshall, m. Sarah Kulp; no i.s.sue. 

8 4056 2 W^illiam Godshall, m.S3.v3.hT>ci\\(t\\Qr; .sec- 
ond, Mary Nice. 



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1 


Gen. 
8 


Individual 
No. 

4057 


8 


4058 


8 


4059 


8 


4060 


8 


4061 


8 


4062 



KULP FAMILY. 

Faniilv 
Xo. " 

3 Henry Gods/ial/, m. Nancy Clemens ; .sec- 

ond, Gotwals. 

4 Moses CodsJiall, m. Freed. 

5 Sarah Godsliall, m. Isaac Hunsberger. 

6 Margaret Godsliall, m. John Steiner ; sec- 

ond, Oliver Hendricks. 

7 Enie/ine Godshall, ni. Benneville Kulp. 

8 Hainiah GodsJiall, m. Henry Nace. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3951. 

ADAM G0DSHALL7, of WILLI.\M^ of Elizabeth 
Ziegler5 (Godshall), of DlLL^LA^"•*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ 
(Ziegler), of Dillman-, of Dillmax'. 

1 Absalom Godshall. 

2 Solomon Godshall. 

3 Katie Godshall, m. Brown. 

4 Magdalena Godshall, m. Herner. 

5 Adam Godshall. 

6 Miehael Godshall, m. Bingeman. 

7 Emanuel Godshall, m. Bingeman. 

8 William Godshall, died single. 

9 Sarah Godshall, m. Dockey. 



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4063 


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4064 


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4065 


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4066 


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4067 


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4068 


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KULP FAMILY. 521 

CHILDREN OF No. 3953. 

GODSHALL GODSHALL^, of William^, of Eliza- 
beth Zie(;lers (Godshall), of Dillman'*, of Elizabeth Kolb^ 
(Ziegler). 

Family 
No. 

1 ElizabctJi Gods/iall, m. Mo.ses Pennypacker. 

2 Saj/iiiL'l Gods/tall, m. Mary Reiff. 

3 Mary Godsltall, m. John Reiff 

4 Aaro)i GodsJiall, m. Mary Lightcap. 

5 David Gods/iall, m. Sarah Fegley. 

6 Sarah Godshall, m. Jacob G. Geisinger. 



Gen. 


IndivMual 
.\o. 


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4071 


8 


4072 


8 


4073 


8 


4074 


8 


4075 



CHILDREN OF No. 3919. 

KATE SCHUMACHERS (Frederick), of Nancy Zieg- 
ler^ (Schumacher), of Jacob^, of Dillman"*, of Elizabeth 
Kolb3 (Ziegler), of Dillman^, of Dillman'. 

8 4076 I Michael Frederick, m. Diana Bawer. 

8 4077 2 John Frederick, m. Hannah Bowman. 

8 4078 3 BenjaDiin Frederick, m. fir.st, Fry ; .sec- 

ond, Widow Nice, nee Markley. 

8 4079 4 Frank Frederick, m. Nancy Wieand. 

8 4080 5 Jesse Frederick, m. Sue Zendt. 

8 4081 6 y,r?r<'?//' /rrc/r/vV/', m. fir.st, Mi.s.s Walt ; second, 

Miss Walt. 

8 4082 7 l^Fss EIi.-:a Frederick, m. Amos Detweiler. 

8 4083 8 Deborah Frederick, died single. 



522 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3920. 

MICHAEL SCHUMACHERS, of Nancy Ziec^ler^ 
(Schumacher), of Jacobs, of Dillman'*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 
(Ziegler), of DILLMA^•^ of Dillman\ 

Individual Family 

Oen. So. No. 

8 4084 I Adam Shoemaker, b. September 10, 1828; 

m. Kate Hartzel ; res., Philadelphia. 

8 4085 2 Michael L. Shoemaker, b. Augu.st 5, 1830; 

d. 1885; was married to Mary ReifT, 
Philadelphia. 

8 40S6 3 Jo/iH L. Shoemaker, b. July 7, 1833 ; m. 
Martha Eaton, physician ; res., Phila- 
delphia. 

8 4087 4 Mary S/ioemaker, b. August 9, 1836; m. 

Aaron Walter ; res., Kansas. 

8 4088 5 Ann L. Slioemaker, b. October 23, 1839; ""*• 

Caleb Hunsberger; res., Philadelphia. 



The following is a record of the descendants of Catharine 
Kulp and Abraham Sellers, as reported by members of the 
family : 

CHILDREN OF No. 3551. 
CATHARINE KULPs (Abram Sellers), of JACOB^ of 

PeTER3, of HeNRY^, of DiLLMAX'. 

6 3574 ' Ann Sellers, m. Isaac VVisler ; res,, Bucks 

county. Pa. ; children : 01i\er, Katie, 
Maria, William, Joseph. 

6 3575 2 E)ios Sellers, m. ; res., Bucks county. Pa.; 

children: Frank; a daughter ; James. 



KULP FAMILY. 523 



Gen. 



7 3576 3 Ephraini Sellers, m. Elizabeth Sheip ; res., 
Bucks county, Pa. ; children : Elias, 
Abraham, William, Levi, Lizzie, Frank, 
Hannah, John, Maria. 

6 3577 4 Da7'id Sellers, m. ; res., Bucks county. Pa.; 
children : Gilbert, Frank, Josiah, Abra- 
ham, Mary and Kate. 

^ 3 5 77s 5 J(icob Sellers, m. Sallie Hoot; res., Ikicks 
county. Pa. ; children : William, PLdward, 
Mary, and one more. 

6 3577b 6 William Sellers, m. ; res., Kansas City, Mis- 
souri ; children : Mary, Sallie, Johanna, 
William, Thomas. 

6 3577c 7 Maria Sellers, m. Frantz ; res., Bucks 

county. Pa.; children: P'rancis, John, 
Mary. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3574. 

ANN SELLERS^ (Wisler), of Catharine Kulp^ (Sel- 
lers), of Jacob'*, of Peters, of Henry^ of Dillman'. 

1 Oliver Wisler. 

2 Katie Wisler, m. William Russel. 

3 Maria Wisler, m. John Dickinson. 

4 William Wisler. 

5 Joseph Wisler, died young. 
All of Philadelphia. 



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524 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3575. 

ENOS SELLERS^ of Catharine Kulp5 (Sellers), of 
Jacob*, of Peters, of Henrv^, of Dillman'. 

Indiviiiual Family 

Geu. No. No. 

7 6 I Fra>ik Sellers ; res, Leidytovvn, Pa. 

772 Daughter, died youni^'. 
783 James. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3576. 

EPHRAM (I^phram) SELLERS^ of Catharine Kui p5 
(Sellers), of JAC0I;^ of Peter3, of HE^KV^ of Dii.lman'. 

7 9 I lilias Sellers, m. Rosa Garner ; res., Chal- 

font, Bucks county. Pa. ; children : Gran- 
ville, Lizzie. Clara. Belle. P'mma, P^.phram. 

7 10 2 Abraham Sellers, m. Atncxn&dlslcw'klQy \ res., 

Bangor, Northampton county, Pa. ; child- 
ren : Annie, John, George, Hannah, Sal- 
lie, Le\'i, Ephram, Eliza. Mame. Mannie. 

7 II 3 William H. Sellers, b. May ii. 1835; m. 

Nancy L. Derr, b. Jul\- 8. 1835; res., 
Philadelphia ; children : Pxlward, Wil- 
liam, I^mma. Susan, Maggie, Virginia, 
Mattie. Mary. Arthur, I^phram. 

7 12 4 /-r77\SV//r;'^-, m. Lizzie Andrews ; res,, Chal- 

font. Bucks county. Pa. ; children : Ed- 
win. Ananias. Belle. Frank. Mark. 

7 13 5 /-/--/r 5t7A7-^, m. Joseph Bartine ; children: 

Joseph, Clara. Belle. Lizzie, Grace, 
Emma. 



Gen 



KULP FAMILY. 525 

Individual Faniilv 

No. No. 

7 14 6 Frank Sellers, m. Sallie Sellers, a daughter 

of William Sellers, a first cousin ; res., 
Kansas City, Mo. 



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Hannah Sellers. 


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8 


JoJui Sellers. 


7 


17 


9 


Ularia Sellers. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3577. 

DAVID SELLERS^ of C.vthakixe Kulps (Sellers), of 
Jacob"*, of Peters, of Henrv^, of Dillman.' 

1 Gilbert Sellers. 

2 Frank Sellers, unmarried. 

3 Josiah Sellers. 

4 Abraham Sellers. 

5 Mary Sellers, m. first, Smith ; second, 

had one child, Laura. 

6 Katie Sellers. The last two were twins. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 3577a. 

JACOB SELLERS^ of Catharine Kulp^ (Sellers), of 
Jacob'*, of Peters, of Henr\^ of Dillman'. 

7 24 I William Sellers. 

7 25 2 Ethvard Sellers. 

7 26 3 Alary Sellers. 

7 27 4 One more. 



526 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3577b. 

WILLIAM SELLERS^ of Catharine Kuli- (Sellers), 
of Jacob^ of Peter3, of HE^•RV^ of Dillman\ 

In.livid'jal Kamilv 
Geu. Xo. -No. 

1 Mary Sellers. 

2 Sallic Sellers, m. Frank Sellers, a first cousin 
(a son of Ephram) ; res., Kansas City, Mo. 

3 Johanna Se//ers. 

4 Wl/Iiam Sellers. 
q Thomas Sellers. 



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31 


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32 



CHILDREN OF No. 3577c. 

MARIA SELLERS^ (Franz), of Catharine Kulp^ (Sel- 
lers), of JACOB^ of Peter3, of Henry-, of Dillman'. 

7 33 I Franeis Franz. 

7 34 2 John Franz. 

7 35 3 Mary Franz, ni. John Stebbins ; haYC one 

child, Sallie. 



CHILDREN OF No. 9. 

ELIAS SELLERS^, of EpHRAIM^ of C.'Xtharine Kllps 
(Sellers), of Jacob^, of Peters, of Henry-, of Dillman'. 

8 36 I Granville Sellers, m. Alice Larzalear; res., 

Chalfont, Pa. ; children : Clinton, Mary 
Ann, Rosalinda, Amanda, Frank, Adell,. 
Alice, Florence, Elias. 



KULP FAMILY. 52/ 

In.1ivi.lual Familv 

Gen. No. No. ' 

8 37 2 Lizzie Sellers, m. Harry Cope, Buck.s county, 

Pa. 

8 38 3 Clara Sellers, m. George Weisel. 

8 39 4 Belle Sellers, m. Samuel Walter.s, .son of 

Rev. John Walter.s, of Chalfont, Buck.s 
county, Pa. ; children : Howard, Rachel, 
Rosalinda and John. 

8 40 5 Emma Sellers, deceased. 

8 41 6 EpJiraim Sellers, decea.sed. 



CHILDREN OF No. lo. 

ABRAHAM SELLP:RS7, of EpHRAlM^ of Catharine 
KuLps (Sellers), of Jacob*, of Peter3, of Hexrv^ of Dillman'. 

1 A}ime Sellers, died single. 

2 John Sellers, m. May Rice ; res., Chicago, 111. 

3 George Sellers, m. Amanda Hausman ; res., 
Philadelphia. 

4 HainiaJi Sellers, m. George Fell; res., Ban- 
gor, Northampton county. Pa. 

5 Sallie Sellers, m. Jacob Desh ; res., Bangor, 
Pa. 

6 Levi Sellers, m. YWa Rau ; res., Philadelphia. 

7 Epliraim Sellers, died in infancy. 

8 Eliza Sellers, m. Joseph Shannon ; res., 
Bangor, Pa. 

9 Maine Sellers, m. William Reichert ; I'es., 
Bangor, Pa. 

(O Maiuiie Sellers; unmarried; Bangor, Pa. 



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51 



528 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. ii. 

WILLIAM H. SELLERS?, of EpHRAIM^ of Catharine 
KuLps (Sellers), of Jacob*, of Peters, of Henry^, of William'. 

Faniilv 
No. 

1 Edi^'iii Francis Sellers, b. April 19, 1858. 

2 William Franklin Sellers, b. January 19, 
i860; m. Silvia Shaeffer, Philadelphia. 

3 Emma Augusta Sellers, b. January 18, 1862 ; 
m. Jesse Deeves, Philadelphia. 

4 Susan D. Sellers, b. December 10, 1863. 

5 Maggie Sellers, b. Januar\- 8, 1866; m. 

Hartnian. 

6 Virginia Sellers, b. October 28, 1867. 

7 Mattie Sellers, b. January 6, 1 870; m. 
Charles West. 

8 Mary FJizabeth,\i. September 19, 187 1. 

9 Arthur Sellers, b. May 27, 1874; student at 
law with Bernard Gili)in, 717 W^alnut 
street, Philadelphia. 

61 10 Ephraim Sellers, b. May 14, 1876. 



Gen. 

8 


ludividual 
No. 

52 


8 


53 


8 


54 


8 


55 


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56 


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57 


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58 


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60 



CHILDREN OF No. 12. 

LP^VI SELLERS?, of Ephraim^, of Catharine Kulps 
(Sellers'), of Jacob'*, of Peters, of Henry^, of Dillman'. 

1 Ed-ci'iji Sellers, m. Josephine Boykorn. 

2 Ananias Sellers, m. Burd Stubbs, of Chal- 
font, Pa. 

3 Belle Sellers. 

4 Mark Sellers ; res., Philadelphia. 



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8 


65 



KULP FAMILY. 529 

CHILDREN OF No. 13. 
LIZZIE SELLERS^ (Bartine), of EPHR.AIM^ of Catha- 
rine KuLps (Sellers), of Jacob^, of Peter3, of Hexrv^ of 

DlLLMAN^ 



Geu. 

8 


Individual 

66 


Famil 
No. 

I 


Joseph Bai-tinc. 


8 


67 


--> 


Clara Belle Bartine 


8 


68 


1 


Lizzie Bartine. 


8 


69 


4 


Grace Bartine. 


8 


70 


5 


Emma Bartine. 



CHILDREN OF No. 36. 

GRANVILLE SELLERS^, of Elia.^^^ of EPHRAIM^ of 
Catharine Kulh^ (Sellers), of Jacob-*, of Peters, of Henry^, 

of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Clinton Sellers, b. July 26, 1876. 

2 J/arr Ann Sellers, b. 1878. 

3 Rosalinda Selle/s, b. 1 88 1. 

4 Amanda Sellers, h. 1883. 

5 Frank Sellers, b. 1885. 

6 Adell Sellers, b. 1887. 

7 Alice Sellers, b. 1889. 

8 Florence Sellers, b. 1891. 

9 Elias Sellers, b. 1893. 
AU of Chalfont, Bucks county, Pa. 



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9 


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530 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 39. 

BELLE SELLERS^ (Walters), of Elias^, of EpHRAIM^ 
of Catharine Kulps (Sellers), of Jacob*, of Peters of 

HeN'RV^ of DlLLMAN\ 

lu.tivi.lual Kauillv 

Xi>. 

1 Hcn^Hird Walters. 

2 Rachel Walters. 

3 Rosalinda Walters. 

4 John /r^?/A7'.s-, of Chalfont, Pa. 



Gen. 

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80 


9 


81 


9 


82 


9 


83 



CHILDREN OF No. 3567. 
DAVID KULP^ of Abrahams, of JAcoB^ of Peters, of 

HeNRV^ of DlLLMAN\ 

7 I r James Kidp^h. November 13, 1834; m. P^liz- 

abeth Mahaffey, b. February 29, 1836, 
d. February 5, 1886; res., Cogan Valley, 
Pa. 

722 Le7'i L. Kulp, b. 1836; res., Le Sueur, 
Minn. ; m. Margaret PI Lutz, of Lycom- 
ing county. Pa., December 28, 1857. 

7 3 3 Lydia Kiilp, b. 1838, in Anthony townshij), 

Lycoming county. Pa. ; m. Geo. Horn. 

7 4 4 Jolin W. Kiilp, b. 1840, Williamsport, Pa.; 

m. Susan ¥.. Mahaffey. 

755 Sarah J. Kiilp, b. 1842, Williamsport, Pa.; 
m. John F. Mahaffey. 

766 Mary Kidp,h. 1844, Williamsport, Pa.; m. 
Charles L. Meyers. 



KULP FAMILY. 53 I 

7 7 7 George W. Kulp, b. March 15, 1855 ; m. 

Letitia A. Spry October 29. 1883; res., 
Newberry, Pa. 

788 Amanda Kiilp, b. 1848, Willianisport, Pa.; 
ni. William McQuay. 

7 9 9 J//A'.s- i:^ A7///, b. 1850; d. July, 1884. 

These were all born in Lyconiin*^" count}'. Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 2 OF THE ABOVE FAMILY. 
LEVI L. KULP7, of Davii/, of Abrahams, of JAa)B^ of 

PeTER3, of HeNRY^, of DlLLMAN'. 

8 10 I Alliso/i M. Knlp, b. 1858, in Lycominij 

county, Pa. ; he was killed by being 
caught in a frog on the railroad and run 
over by an engine in 1884. 

8 II 2 Ida E. Kiilp, b. 1 861, in Sharon, Minn. 

8 12 3 Lillian L. Knlp, b. 1863. Ottawa, Minn.; 

she is married to William Miller; res., 
St. Paul, Minn. 

8 13 4 Sarah E. Knlp, b. 1865, at Le Sueur, Minn., 

and married to pAlward Reader ; res., 
St. Paul, Minn. 

8 14 5 Erajik P. Knlp, b. 1868; he is married to 

Mar)- James ; res., Le Sueur, Minn. 

8 15 6 Earnest PI. Knlp, b. 1871, at Le Sueur, 

Minn. 

8 16 7 Mark T. Knlp, b. 1874, at Le Sueur, Minn. 

8 17 8 Effic C. Knlp, b. 1876, at Le Sueur, Minn. 



532 KULP FAMILY. 

Ill(iivirin;il I'amilv 

Geu. NO. X"." 

8 1 8 9 Jessie M. Kiilp, b. 1878, at Le Sueur, Minn. 

8 19 10 Maud L. Kiilp, b. 1881, at Le Sueur, Minn. 

These all live at Le Sueur, Minn., e.xcept Lillian L. and 
Sarah ¥.., who reside at St. Paul, Minn. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3615. 
HARRIF:T KULP7 (Holzworth), of E^•os^ of Abkau.\m5, 

of JaCOH^^ of PeTEK3, of HE^■RY^ of DlLLMAN^ 

8 20 I CJiarlcs R. Z. HoLzwort/i, b. September 29, 

1849; m. Catharine Bryson November 
9, 1875, b. in W'illiamsville, Erie county, 
N. Y. ; four children — one boy, three 
i^^irls. 

8 21 2 Mary E. L. lloizicorth, b. January 14. 1851 ; 

m. Monroe Rush February 11, 1880, b. 
in Williamsville, I^rie county, N. Y.; one 
child, a bo\'. 

8 22 3 Caroline M. Ilolzicortli, b. ALirch 30, 1853, 

at Buffalo, N. Y. ; m. Lewis Gingra.ss 
November 12, 1873; three children — 
two girls, one bo\'. 

8 23 4 Martha S. F. Ho/rj%corth, b. May 29, 1855, 

at Buffalo, N. Y. ; m. John Chfford No- 
vember 26, 1878; no children. 

8 24 5 George H. W. Holzworth, h.]un(t ^,\^S7,^.t 

Buffalo, N. Y. ; m. Nellie Lowe June 8, 
1886 : no children. 



-^D 



6 William F. H. Hohzcorth, b. April 26, i860, 
at Buffalo, N. Y. ; m. Letitia Wayne May 
I, 1881 ; children — two boys, one girl. 



KL'I.P FAMILY. 



533 



26 7 MarccUa R. Hobzvorth, b. January 26, 1 863 ; 

d. September 23, 1863. 

8 27 8 MarccUa J. Holrjworth, b. May 14, 1867, at 

Buffalo, N. Y. ; m. Joseph Rast November 
26, 1884; children — one boy, two girls. 

The father of these children was Charles M. Holzworth, 
who m. Harriet Kulp at Black Rock on August 12, 1848. 



CHILDREN OF No. 20. 

CHARLES E. Z HOLZVVORTH^ of Harriet Kulp^ 
(Holzworth), of Enos^, of Abrahams, of Jacob'*, of Peters, of 

HeNRY^, of DlLLMAN'. 

9 28 I (Trf/'/vV if. //(^/sTcw/Z', b. November 12, 1877; 

res., Buffalo. N. Y. 

9 29 2 Charlotte Holr.ivortli. 

9 30 3 ^//^7- //. //(^/.o'TcwY//, b. March 17, 1880; res., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

9 31 4 Henry C. Holzivortli.h June i, 1886; res., 

Buffalo. N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF No. 21. 

MARY E. L. HOLZWORTH^ (Bush), of Harriet 
KuLp7 (Holzworth). of Enos^, of Abraham^, of Jacob^ of 
Peters, of Henry^, of Dillman'. 

9 32 I Ira M. Bush, b. May 1 1, 1881, at Union 

City, Pa. 

9 33 2 Ada Bush, b. in Michigan, and died there, 

aged 5 months. 

(K. F.-35.) 



534 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 22. 

CAROLINE M. HOLZWORTH^ (Gingrass), of Har- 
riet Kulf7 (Holzworth), of Enos^, of Abrahams, of Jacob^, of 

PeTER3, of HeNRV^ of DlLLMAN\ 

IiKHii.Uial Family 

Gen. No. No. 

9 34 I Carrie Ada Gingrass, b. April 27, 1874; 

res., Buffalo, N. Y. 

9 35 2 /^6'^7'<t ^//« 6^/«^;'(3'j-j-, b. September 26, 1875 ; 

re.s., Buffalo, N. Y. 

9 36 3 Louis Eiigoic Gingrass, h.]z.\\\\-A.ry 2"] , \'^'j%\ 

re.s., Buffalo, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF No. 25. 

WILLIAM F. II. HOLZWORTH^, of Harriet Kulp^ 
(Holzworth), of Enos^, of Abraham^, of Jacob'*, of Peters, of 

HeNRV^, of DlLLMAN'. 

9 ij I Mary L. H. Holzzvorth, h.]unQ 4, 1882; res., 

Buffilo, N. Y. 

9 38 2 AV/'r/ //(-"/.s'TLvW/f, b. August 2, 1884; d. June 

8, 1886. 

9 39 3 William Edgar Hdzivorth, b. May 31, 1890. 

All of Buffalo, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF No. 27. 

MARCELLA J. HOLZWORTH^ (Rast), of Harriet 
KuLp7 (Holzworth), of Enos^, of Abraham^, of Jacob*, of 

PeTER3, of HeNRY^, of DiLLMAN'. 

9 40 I Loova May Rast, b. May 22, \ 



KULP FAMILY. 535 

Iudi\iflual Katuilv 

Gen. No. No. 

9 41 2 JMartJia H. Rast, b. Februar}' 22, 1891. 

9 42 3 Raymond R. Rast, b. Auy,ust 27, 1H93. 

All of Buffalo, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3573. 
MARY KULP^ (Pass), of Abrahams, of Jacob^, of 

PeTER3, of HeNR\^ of DiLLMAN'. 

1 Jlfary Elirsabctli Pass, b. November 27, 1844; 
d. October 21, 185 I. 

2 Si/saii Jauc Pass, b. August 31, 1848; m. 
Thomas E. Keene, of Maine. 

3 George Pass, b. September 9, 1 85 i ; d. March 
26, 1852. 

4 Lj'dia Ami Pass. b. January 6, 1853; m. 
William H. Fisher. 

5 Sarah Ella Pass, b. June 27, 1855 ; m. Alfred 

Heathcote. He died ; she married Harry 
Dalton. 

7 48 6 William Phomas Pass, b. March 11, 1859; 

m. Mary Black. 

7 49 7 James Watson Pass, b. January 8, 1863. 

7 50 8 Flora Emma Pass, b. March 30, 1868. 

All of Williamsport, Pa. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 44. 

SUSAN JANE PASS7 (Keene), of Mary Kulp^ (Pass), of 
Abrahams, of Jacob'*, of Peters, of Henry^ of Dillman'. 

8 51 I Frederick Keene. 



536 






KULP FAMILY. 


Gen. 

8 


Iniiividual 
No. 

52 


Family 
No. 

2 


Lizzie May Kccnc. 


8 


53 


1 


Gertrude Keene. 


8 


54 


4 


Alba Keeiie. 


8 


55 


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Rue I Watsoji Keene. 


8 


56 


6 


Ira Keene ; decea.sed. 


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56>^ 


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/ 1 llliani Keene. 



CHILDREN OF No. 46. 

LYDIA ANN PASS7.(Fi.sher), of Mary Kulf« (Pass), of 
Abrahams, of Jacob'*, of Peters, of HENRV^ of Dillman'. 

8 57 I George Fisher. 



CHILDREN OF No. 47. 

SARAH ELLA PASS^ (Heathcote), of Makv Kulp^ 
(Pass), of Abraham^, of Jacob-*, of Peters, of Henrv^ of 

DiLLMAN'. 

8 58 I Echoin CJiadi^'iek Heathcote. 

8 59 2 Charles Heathcote. 

She became a widow, and afterwards married Harry 
Dalton. Children : 

8 60 3 Edna L. Dalton. 

8 61 4 Ida Jllay Dalton. 

8 62 5 Elsie Dalton. 

8 63 6 Emma Dalton. 



KULP FAMILY. 537 

CHILDREN OF No. 48. 

WILLIAM THOMAS PASS^, of Mary Kulp^ (Pass), of 
Abrahams, of Jacob*, of Peter^ of Henry^, of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

8 64 I Eiiiina Pass. 

8 65 2 Gertrude Pass. 

8 66 3 Dorotliy Pass. 

8 67 4 Willis Pass. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3567. David, No. i. 
JAMES KULP7, David KuLP^ of Abrahams, of Jacob*, 

of PeTER3, of HeNRY^, of DILLMAN^ 

1 A/igciinc Kiilp, b. P'cbruaiy 22, 1857; d. 
June 24, 1874. 

2 David Homer Kulp, b. February i, 1868. 

3 George Leidy Kiilp, b. September 8, 1870. 

4 Wellington Kidp, b. April 2, 1874. 

5 Ella Kiilp, b. September 9, 1876. 
All of Cogan House, Lycoming county, Pa. 



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CHILDRP:N OF No. 69. 

DAVID HOMER KULP^ of James^, of David^ of 
Abrahams, of Jacob*, of Peters, of Henry^, of Dillman'. 

9 73 I ]\'eHi/igton Knlp. 

9 74 2 Earnest Knlp. 

Of Cogan House, Pa. 



538 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 13. 

SARAH E. KULPs (Reader), of Levi L. Kulp^, of 
David^, of Abraham^ of Jacobs, of Peter3, of Hexrv^, of 

DiLLMAN'. 

Klividual 

75 I Jay Reader, b. May 28, 1 888; res., St. Paul, 

Minn. 



CHILDREN OF No. 12. 

LILLIAN L. KULP^ of Levi L. Kuli'^, of DAVID^ of 
Abraham^, of Jacob'*, of Peter3, of Henry^, of Dillman^ 

9 76 I Hazel Miller, b. September 23, 1888, in 

Omaha ; res., St. Paul, Minn. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4. 
JOHN \V. KULP7, of Davii)6, of Abraham^, of JACOB^ 

of PeTER3, of HeNRY^ of DiLLMAN'. 

8 -jj I William L. Kiilp, b. January 23, 1865, in 

Lycoming county. Pa. ; m. Winifred 
Williamson June 19, 1894. 

8 '/'?< 2 Sarah E. Kitlp, b. February 21, 1867, in 

Lycomini^ county, Pa. 

8 79 3 Albert J. Knlp, b. July 24, 1872, in Le Sueur, 

Minn. 
All reside in Williamsport, Pa. 



childrp:n of no. 3765. 

HARRY P:. KULP^ of Geo. B. Kulp^, of Eli S. KuLP^ 
of Abraham^, of Jacob*, of Petek^, of Henrv^, of Dillman'. 
9 I George Brower Knlp, b. at Rendham, Pa., 

July 29, 1895. 



ADDENDA. 



No. 433, page 71. Reuben Harper, read Reuben War- 
ner Harper. 



CHn.DRF:N OF No. 433. (Page 125.) 

SARAH N. KULP^ (Reuben Warner Harper), of Philips, 
of Isaac*, of Isaacs, of Martin^, of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 a I Laura E. Harper; m. Horace F. McCann ; 

children : Warren Edward, Sarah Mar- 
guerite, Wihnot Alrich, Richard Harper; 
re.s., P^. Wa.shington lane, Germantown. 

7 b 2 William Warner Harper ; m. P^lizabeth Sar- 

geant Garrett, of Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 



DAVID KULP. (From his obituary, page 464.) 

From a later report his age was not 70 years, but 79 
years, 8 months and i day. 



CHILDREN OF No. 1363. (Page 167.) 

JACOB HUNSICKER5 (m. Mary BechteP;, of Jacob 
HuNSiCKER'*, of Elizabeth Kolb3 (Valentine Hunsicker), ot 
Jacob Kolb^, of Dillman'. 

Jacob Hunsicker^ died in 1880. 

His wife, Mary Bechtel, died in 1879. 

Children : 



540 KULP FAMILY. 

lufliviflual Familj 
Geu. No. No. 

6 I Sarah Hunsicker ; m. Henry Long.streth ; 

d. 1870; had children; res., College- 
ville, Pa. 

7 I Ernest Longstrctli ; secretar)- and trea- 

surer Security Trust and Safe Deposit 
Company, Camden, N. J. 

7 2 Maync R. Loiigsti cth ; attorney-at-la\v, 

Philadelphia. 

6 2 Ja)tc Hunsicker ; d. 1 876 ; m. Warren Gra- 

ter ; had children : 

7 I Raymo)ui Grater. 

7 2 Isaac Grater ; d. 1880. 

7 3 Stanley Grater. 

7 4 Mary Jane Grater ; d. 1883. 

6 3 /://« Hunsicker ; unmarried. 



JOHANNES KOLB. 



Johannes Kolb, born June 19, 1683; came to America in 
1707, and settled at Germantown. He moved to Skippack, 
now Montgomery county, Pa., in 1709, and bought one hun- 
dred and fifty acres of land. The deed is dated December 15, 
1709, and is recorded in Philadelphia. His name also appears 
on a petition for a road to Farmar's mills, on the Wissahickon, 
in 17 1 3, and on the tax list in 1734, for one hundred and fifty 
acres. In 1734 he sold a farm in Skippack township; the 
deed of .said sale is recorded in Philadelphia. He was married, 
his wife's first name, Sarah, appearing in the deed. 

Judge Samuel W. Pcnnypacker has in his possession 
and is the owner of a very old book, which has been in the 
Kolb family for many years, as the following records will 
show, which are written in the book, in the German lan- 
guage, viz. : 

Johannes Kolb dem hurt das buch zu. Er hat es gekauft, 
vor eine Biebel Anno, 1709. 

Anno 1709, Johannes Kolb, dem hort dass buch zu, Ich 
hab es von meinem bruder Hendrick Kolb gekommen vor 
eine Biebel. 

Johannes Kolb, dem hort dass buch zu, Ich hab es von 
meinem Bruder Hendrick Kolb, bekommen vor eine Biebel. 
Ich Johannes Kolb, Anno 1683, den 19 Juni, st. (Evidently 
date of birth.) 

Tielman Kolb, dem hort das buch zu 1725. 

Dielman Kolb, dem hort dies buch zu. 

TR.-XNSL.^TION. 

To Johannes Kolb belongs this Book. He bought it for 
a Bible Anno 1709. 



542 KULP FAMILY. 

Anno 1709, to Johannes Kolb belongs this book. I ob- 
tained it from my Brother Henry Kolb for a Bible. 

Johannes Kolb, to him belongs this Book. I obtained 
it from my Brother Henry Kolb for a Bible. I, Johannes 
Kolb, Anno 1683, July 19. (Evidently date of birth.) 

To Tielman Kolb belongs the Book, 1725. 

To Dielman Kolb belongs this Book. 

" Paraphrases, by Erasmus, of Rotterdam, in Dutch, 
1504." Now, 1877, belonging to I. I. Mickley, and in 1892 
in possession and owned by Judge S. W. Pennypacker, of 
Philadelphia. 

I was not able to find anything further of Johannes Kolb. 
It is, however, a well known fact that about 1734 many families 
emigrated from Pennsylvania to South Carolina, and also that 
the Mennonites had a small. congregation there. It may be 
possible that th.c family of Johannes Kolb was one of them. 
I would, therefore, beg the reader of this volume to read 
carefully the following correspondence, and compare care- 
fully the names with the old family names, and the dates and 
circumstances. 

It is the general opinion among many that the Kulps who 
settled on the Pedee river, South Carolina, were the descend- 
ants of Johannes Kolb, of Skippack, Pa. 

The following is communicated by George Brubaker 
Kulp : 

W'ilkes-Bakke, February 7, 1893. 
Mr. Daniel K. Casscl. 

Dear Sir: — Enclosed find an account of the South Car- 
olina Kolbs. I do not know what to make out of them. The 
similarity of names, Henry, Peter, Jacob and Martin, would 
seem to indicate that they belonged to our family. Rupp 
also does not mention them. 

Being soldiers would seem to indicate that they were not 
Mennonites, unless the circumstances under which they colo- 
nized made them such. Yours truly, 

George B. Kui p. 



KULP FAMILY. 543 

"In 1 75 I , a name appeared for the first time in the history 
of settlements on the Pedee, which was destined to become 
distinguished in its future history. On the second of April of 
that year, Henry Kolb petitioned council for lanti in or near 
the Welsh tract, stating that he was a settler in the same with 
three in family, himself and two negroes, and that he was will- 
ing to cultivate the soil. He obtained a grant for one hun- 
dred and fifty acres. Two years later, Peter Kolb also peti- 
tioned for land, stating that he had for some years been a 
settler in ^he Welsh tract ; also Jacob Kolb, who appeared, 
from his petition, to have had then a plantation on the Pedee. 
He asked for more land. Martin Kolb was another settler of 
the name. They came from Pennsylvania. — Gregg's History 
of tJic Old CItcraws, page 83. 

Peter Kolb married Ann, the eldest daughter of Rev. 
Philip James. The fruits of this marriage were five children : 
Abel, who became so distinguished, married Sarah James ; 
Ann James, who married Joshua Edwards ; Hannah, who 
married Joseph Dabbs ; Benjamin, who married Elizabeth 
Murphy; and Sarah, who married pA^ander Mclves. 

The late Jehu .Kolb, of Darlingt^ n, was a collateral rela- 
tive of Abel Kolb, probably the grandson of one of the first 
settlers of the name already mentioned. He was a man of 
unassuming character and retiring virtues, but bold and fear- 
less when occasion demanded. He rendered effective services 
in the Revolution, carrying the marks of serious injuries 
received to his grave and died some years since, universally 
respected — Gregg's History of the Old Chcraivs, page 83-4. 
By Richardson & Co.. New York, 1867. 

The Welsh who formed the settlement were from Penny- 
pack, Pa., and New Castle county, Delaware. 

On June 22, 1775, Provincial Congress appointed Abel 
Kolb and others a Committee of Observation for the parish of 
St. David. PY'bruary 20, 1776, Abel Kolb was appointed 
Captain in Col. Powell's regiment of militia. The Committee 
of Observation for St. David's parish continued to meet on 
May 4. 1776. Mr. Pugh says: "Went to .Abel Kolb's to the 



544 KULP FAMILY. 

committee. * * * Mr. Kolb, a man of retiring disposition 
but of ardent patriotism and fearless spirit, was now coming 
rapidly into notice. He appears not to have had the advan- 
tages of education possessed by some of his contemporaries. 
This circumstance, together with his natural modesty, prob- 
ably kept him at first from taking a prominent part in the 
public affairs of the time. His superior qualities of head and 
heart, however, could not remain unknown to or unappreci- 
ated by the people. With the growing exigencies of the times 
the popular instinct turned at once to those who were fitted 
by nature to be militar)' leaders during so stormy a period. 
Of these, Abel Kolb was soon to take a conspicuous place. — 
Gregg's History, page 268. 

In 1777 Abel Kolb was Lieutenant Colonel. 

In 1778 Abel Kolb was elected to the Legislature of 
South Carolina. 

In 1780 Abel Kolb was Colonel. The fury of the Tories 
was directed chiefly against Colonel Kolb, who had rendered 
himself most obnoxious by his repeated successes in captur- 
ing and punishing some of their most active and notable men, 
and they were particularly excited against him now that his 
path in the late expedition had been marked by the blood of 
several of their fa\-orite companions. Nothing, as subse- 
quentl}' appeared, was to satisfy them short of his life. No 
sooner had he departed from the neighborhood of Catfish, 
than a plan was got on foot to surprise him in the bosom of 
his family and put him to death. ... It was arranged 
that they should reach Colonel Kolb's at a late hour of the 
night. Riding up rapidly under cover of darkness the sur- 
prise was complete The high quahties of the gallant Kolb, 
suddenly aroused from sleep, with his loved ones around him, 
. . . and a brutal foe thirsting for blood at his door, were 
now to be put upon their last and severest trial. His family 
consisted of Mrs. Kolb, an only daughter (then a child), and 
two sisters, Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Mclves. Two young 
men named Evans were also with the family. They had 
probably accompanied the colonel on his late expedition, and 



KULP FAMILY. 545 

were members of his staff. The house was well secured and 
the inmates doubly armed. Well knowing the bloody pur- 
pose and desperate character of the foe, Colonel Kolb's first 
impulse was to sell his life as dearly as possible. A deter- 
mined resistance was accordingly made, though in the face of 
overpowering numbers, and, as some accounts represent, but 
incorrectly, perhaps, several of the Tory party were killed. 
Not knowing the number within, and excited to desperation 
by the resistance offered, if not the havoc made in their ranks, 
the Tories threatened to burn the dwelling with its inmates if 
Colonel Kolb did not at once surrender. It is said by one 
authority the house was actually fired. Reduced to the last 
extremity, and moved by the entreaties of the ladies, whose 
consternation must have been great, the colonel agreed to 
deliver himself up as a prisoner of war. The proposition was 
accepted, and he went forth, accompanied by his wife and 
sisters, and when almost in the act of presenting his sword,, 
was treacherously shot on the spot. This deed was perpe- 
trated by Mike Goings, a private in the Tory ranks. Thomas 
Evans, upon this murderous breach of faith, attempted to 
escape, but was shot, and died soon after from the effects of 
the wound. The dwelling was then plundered and afterwards 
set on fire. The Tories made a hasty retreat. — Gregg s His- 
tojy, 360, 361. 

Thus ended, for the region of the Upper Pedee, April 28, 
1 78 1, one of the saddest days in its history. The leader, to 
whom all eyes had proudly looked, was no more. Cut off in 
the prime of his manhood, and in the midst of a career of use- 
fulness for his country, before his noble qualities had yet been 
fully developed, he would doubtless have reached much higher 
distinctions as a partisan leader had his life been spared. He 
was a man of retiring disposition, but firm, unyielding, when 
principle was involved ; decided in his views, and of the high- 
est order of courage. His education was limited, but a sound 
and discriminating mind made amends for the want of early 
cultivation. He had amassed a comfortable fortune, and 
contributed liberally in means as well as personal efforts to 



546 KULP FAMILY. 

the cause of independence. In person he was of medium 
size, and comely, though not striking in appearance. 

His death, at such a juncture, was well calculated to fill 
the minds of the Whigs of Pedee for a time with despondency. 

In a letter to Marion, General Green alluded to the death 
of Colonel Kolb with unaffected sorrow. Ramsey, the first 
historian of the Revolution, of Carolina, recorded it briefly. 

On the hearts of his sorrowing countr)-men, who knew 
him best, his real worth was impressed in characters which 
time could never efface. Tradition has assigned him the first 
place, perhaps, in the confidence and affection of the people 
among the military men of that da\-. — Gn-^^'s History, pages 
366, 367. 

Benjamin Kolb, John Kolb and Peter Kolb were soldiers 
in the Rexolution. — G/ri^x's Nis/orr, page 410. 

There is a Kolb post-office in Cobb county, Georgia ; and 
a Kolb post-office in Brown count}-, Wisconsin. There is a 
Culp post-office in Baxter count}-, Arkansas ; a Culp post- 
office in Blair county, Pennsylvania ; a Culp post-office in 
Perry count}-, Tennessee; and a Culp post-office in Hill 
count}-, Texas. There is a Kulj)s\'ille post-office in Mont- 
gomery county, Pennsylvania. There is a Culp from Penn- 
sylvania in the Federal Congress at Washington. 



Gastoni.a, N. C, October 9, 1893. 
Jl/r. Daniel K. Casscl, PliiladclpJiia, Pa. 

Dear Sir : — I know almost nothing about my Kolb 
ancestry, and I have been disappointed in obtaining from my 
father as I expected I could. Father writes me : " Of my 
grandfather I know too little to write at length." They con- 
sisted of four brothers, and I think three or four sisters. The 
brothers' names were Ben, Peter, John and Augusteen. The 
girls' names were Barbara, Margaret, Katy, and I think there 
was one more, but I am not certain. They were here in the days 
of the Revolution. Barbara was scalped by the Indians dur- 
ing the w-ar, within three hundred yards of w-here I now live. 
There was a Col. Culp killed in the lower counties of this 



KULP FAMILY. 547 

state in the Re\'olution, who my father told nie was a relative, 
but I don't know how close a kin he was. When grandfather 
Kolb first came to America he first stopped about Albany, 
New York. Grandfather Kolb's old staff is still in the family, 
with his name cut on it — " Ben Kolb." I don't know when 
they first came to America, but they were here in '76, and I 
think grandfather was rather an old man at that time. 

WiNFiELD S. Gulp, 

Wylie's Mills, S. G. ' 



Chester Ccntntj. 

I have written to ni}- uncle, Gol. John R. Gulp, of Ross- 
ville, S. G., and hope from him to gather some information of 
interest to you. While I am not sure, I think it likely you 
could get some information from John Gulp, Milem, Tenn. ; 
also, from J. F. Gulp, Albany, Mo. 

Trusting I may hear further from you, I am. 

Very truly yours, J as. P. Gulp. 



RossviLLE, Ghester Go., S. G., Oct. 9, '93. 
Mr. f. P. Cjilp, Gastonia, Sojtth Carolina. 

My Dear Nephew: — Yours of the 2d inst., with copy of 
Mr. Gassel's letter, came a few days ago, and I read both with 
no little interest. And I am truly sorry to say that there has 
been so little of the antiquarian about me that I am able to 
furnish but little information on the subject on which it is 
sought. My understanding is that my grandfather, Benjamin 
Kolb, afterwards changed to Kulp, and then Gulp, emigrated 
to this country from some point in Pennsylvania, some time 
about 1770. His wife was Dorothy Offenshein (not sure this 
orthography is correct, but the pronunciation is). In my 
Other's old family Bible I have the record of five children 
born to them. The names of these children were Gatharine, 
John (my father), Mary, Elizabeth and Henry. I am not 
sure that Aunt Gatharine, the oldest of these children, was 
born in this State, and unless they came here before Septem- 
ber 14, 1770, she was born in Pennsylvania, and I think 
was. These last figures are given as the date of her birth. 
My father's natal day is given as January 8, 1775, and he 
always claimed to be a native Carolinian, so that the family 



548 KULP FAMILY. 

was certainly here prior to this last date, and possibly before 
September 14, 1770, the date of Aunt Catharine's birth. As 
an evidence that grandfather did spell his name Kolb, I have 
often seen an old palmetto staff with his name so cut on it. 
When it was changed to its present orthography is beyond 
my memory, and I am now within a few days of sixty-four 
years old. 

My own grandmother, Dorothy Offenshein Gulp, died, 
• as I have often been told, when Uncle Henry was quite an 
infant, and the date of his birth was February 27, 1785. 
Grandfather then married Rachel Kline (or Klein), and to 
them were born six more children, Hannah, Peter, Benjamin, 
Margaret, Sarah and William. Our grandfather, I am told, 
had some three or four brothers, and certainly three sisters. 
The brothers were named Augusteen, and, I think, Henry, 
Peter and John. While I am sure I am correct as to the first 
of these names, I am not so of all of the last, nor do I know 
that I bring them in, in the order of their respective births. 
He (grandfather) certainly had three sisters, whose names I 
have often heard him repeat, as follows : Barbara, Caty and 
Margaret. Barbara was married to a man named McKinney, 
and the strange historic fact is recorded of her, in Mr. P^llett's 
" Women of the Revolution," that the Indians scalped her 
and left her for dead near where your grandfather's old gin- 
house stood, now on your father's place, but that she re- 
covered from the ghastly wound which they inflicted, and be- 
ing enciente at the time, when the child was afterwards born 
it had a very distinct birth-mark of the wound which had 
been inflicted on its mother, near its own spinal column. 

The other two sisters, Margaret and Catharine, married 
Brown and Probst respectively. Whether they brought their 
husbands with them from Pennsylvania or not I cannot say, 
but Probst is such a good old German name that I think that 
he at least was a contribution from the Keystone State. I 
could give you some idea of what became of most of these old 
people, but as there is nothing to my knowledge of very 
special interest connected with their history, save the incident 
already mentioned, I do not suppose that Mr. Cassel would 
care to trace it further. If he should wish to hunt up any of 
these people who are in other States, I could give him the 
addresses of several of them. I cannot trace any connection to 
the Pedee man, Col. Kolb, who was murdered in either Marl- 
boro or Darlington county by negroes and Tories during the 



KULP FAMILY 



549 



Revolution, but entertain no doubt of it. My father always 
believed it. I am ashamed to confess that I am not quite 
certain of his given name, but feel very sure that it was John, 
and if so, he was doubtless the man that Mr. C. says they lost 
sight of about that time (175 i). By a reference to my scrap- 
book I am confirmed in the belief that Col. Kolb's given 
name was John, for I have it in print from no less authority 
than the late Rev. Dr. J. C. Furman of this State, who gave 
us the following reminiscence of the Revolution of 1776: 
"The road which passes from Bennettsville, Marlboro county, 
to Society Hill, Darlington county, and which formerly 
crossed the Great Pee Dee at Spark's Ferry, passed near the 
site of the Welsh Neck Church, near the bank of the stream. 
In this vicinity stands a monument which was erected to one 
of the patriots of the Revolution, Col. John Kolb (or Kulp, as 
the name is sometimes spelled and always pronounced). Our 
venerable brother. Rev. Evander David, now of Taylorsville, 
N. C, but originally of the Pee Dee county, in his earlier years 
exercised his ministry in Marlboro, and thus had the oppor- 
tunity of gathering some traditions of the past which have not 
gotten into history. The venerable Mr. Pouncey and his wife 
were members of Salem Church, and from them P>lder David 
learned the incident connected with the killing of Col. Kolb. 
Mrs. Pouncey was a daughter of the colonel. Col. Kolb was 
brutally murdered by the Tories in his own house. He 
was at home from the army on some necessary business. 
Two young men, tailors by trade, had spent the night at 
the house quite unexpectedly to them all. A considerable 
squad of Tories raided upon the house, murdered the two 
young men, and threatened to burn the house if Mrs. Kolb 
would not produce her husband, but promising not to hurt him 
if she did. Mrs. Pouncey stated that her mother came down 
stairs with her husband, but as soon as his foot touched the 
porch, and with his wife's arms around him, a large mulatto who 
stood at the end of the porch raised his gun and put the load in 
her father's heart. Mrs. Pouncey was then a good sized 
school girl. While Mrs. Pouncey was giving this state- 
ment her aged husband mentioned that he went to mill the 
same day and saw the same squad of men near Brown's mill 
shoot and kill a man named Flowers, who was trying to make 
his escape from them. Such memories as these, brother David 
rightly suggests, we ought to cherish as reminders of the suf- 
fering patriotism to which, under God, we owe our liberties. 
F." In the same scrap-book I find- also a special communi- 

(K. F.-36.) 



550 KULP FAMILY. 

cation to one of our state papers in which the name of "John 
Gulp" is prominently mentioned in connection with the war 
of the revolution. An extract from this paper reads thus : 
" James Neal was afterwards a prisoner of war in Charleston. 
While there he so won over one of his captors that he 
changed clothes with the prisoner and so assisted him to 
escape. At one time he was with a party who had been 
drawn into an ambush by the notorious Col. Tarleton, but by 
the skill and address of Col. Hager, their commander, they 
were rescued. Neal was once slightly wounded in the leg by 
a bayonet. This commander, John Gulp, was also wounded 
at the same time. This took place during our assault on 
some position held by the British. They were both wounded 
just as they got into the works." From this we might readily 
infer that this John Culp was the veritable Col. Kolb, with 
the name differently spelled ; but the correspondent adds, 
"These men lived long after the war, and died in 1835. Neal, 
on Sunday, and Culp the following Wednesday," which shows 
that they must have been different men, though possibly 
father and son with the names spelled differently, as is so 
often the case. This is all the information I now have of the 
Pee Dee Kolbs or Culps. If Mr. C. wishes to investigate fur- 
ther I think Chief Justice Mclvos, of our Supreme Court, 
whose present address is Columbia, South Carolina, or Judge 
Joshua Hudson, of Bennettsville, South Carolina, or Rev. 
John Stout, of Society Hill, or Rev. A. J. S. Thomas, of 
Green\-ille, South Carolina, can give him all the attainable 
facts in the case. 

I don't know his nativity, but I have scarcely a doubt 
but that Reuben F. Kolb, the Commissioner of Agriculture of 
Alabama, is a descendant of the Pennsylvania Kolbs. If Mr. 
C. has not done so, I think it would be well for him to corre- 
spond with him, for I judge that he can give him some inter- 
esting facts connected with the name. His address is Mont- 
gomery, Alabama, or at least I think it is Montgomery. F"rom 
the noise he has made in Alabama, he is evidently a man of 
fine attainments and many sterling qualities. It is he who is 
credited with originating the Kolb Gem watermelon, which 
stands at the head of shipping melons from the South. 

Now I do not know that I can add one single item which 
could possibly interest Mr. G., so I will close this letter with 
the announcement that we are all as well as usual, and hope 
that you are all in possession of good health ; would be glad 
to see you and your famil}' at any time at our house. Your 



KULP FAMILY. 55 I 

father brought " Auntie" home Saturday, and reported all as 
well as usual. He does not think }'our mother improves 
much in a general way, though she is recovering from her 
last attack which gave her so much trouble over the river, 
and since her return home. 

Affectionately your uncle, John R. Gulp. 

N. B. — While in prison on Johnson's Island, in 1865, I 
there found amongst the garrison that guarded us a Sergeant, 
Henry Kulp. I think he wrote his name with the K, and his 
size, complexion, movements etc., afforded a striking resem- 
blance to your uncle Henry and your father. You are aware 
that the conditions then existing were not of the most amica- 
ble nature, and our relations never became especially cordial, 
but believing him to be a kinsman as I did, and still do, I 
have ever felt a degree of interest in him, which did not attach 
to any other member of the garrison, and I would be glad to 
know what became of him. I do not think he was much, if 
any, older than myself, at that time in my thirty-sixth year. 

To return to the subject of our grandfather I would re- 
mark that I have scarcely a doubt of his being a son of one 
of the five sons of Dillman Kolb, and I wish the connexion 
could be traced with certainty, but at this late day I suppose 
it will be out of the question to do so. 

The above long letter of John R. Gulp, of South Garolina, 
to Jas. P. Gulp, of Gastonia, North Garolina, and by him for- 
warded to D. K. Gassel, at Philadelphia, Pa. 



G.4STONIA, N. C, 11-20, 1893. 
J/r. DiDiicl K. Casscl, Pliiladclpliia, Pa. 

Dear Sir: — I've been informed by a friend who now 
ownes the land that Kassel Kolb was granted on Gatauba 
river near Handsford, in Ghester District, South Garolina, by 
King George III in 1734. 

I've written Glerk of Gourt there for information from 
his records, and hope to be able to write you more fully in a 
week or ten days. I've been informed by a citizen of this 
town that John Kolb emigrated from Pennsylvania with his 
(the citizen's) great-great-grandfather, and settled near Gherry- 
ville, in this state, at that time Rutherford District ; can give 
no dates and rather doubt correctness, but have written Glerk 
of Gourt at Rutherford, asking him to look his records. 



552 KULP FAMIL\^. 

Who could Kassel Kolb have been? It seems quite im- 
possible for me to trace my ancestry further than my great 
grandfather. My uncle and father seem positive that my great 
grandfather was a native of Germany. 

Yours truly &c., James P. Gulp. 



Gastonia, N. C, 5-10, 1894. 
Mr. Daniel Kolb Casscl, Genua Jitown Ave, PJiila. Pa. 

Dear Sir: — I no longer hope to collect information of 
interest to you. It seems impossible to trace my great grand- 
father's ancestors. I enclose you copy of letter just received 
from J. F. Kulp, Albany, Mo., and hope it may be of some in- 
terest to you. Can you tell me where I can secure (purchase) 
copy of Gregg's History of South Carolina. If you do not 
know where they are for sale, please give me address of pub- 
lisher and oblige. In haste. 

Yours, Jas. p. Gulp. 



[cop^■] 

My father's name was Geo. Kilsey, and his father's given 
name was Austin. My pa was born in Abbeville, S. C. (I 
think), in 1804. . He also had brothers Ben, Nathan, Jonathan, 
Dave, and James. 

We use to spell our name Kolb, later Kulp, and of re- 
cent years Gulp., I have heard my father often speak of his 
relatives in Pa., and during the late war he sent one of them 
some money to some Federal prison, I think Johnson's Island. 
I remember the circumstances very well, but we never heard 
from him. There is an old man, Daniel Kolb, living about 25 
miles from here. I often see him. I will talk with him and 
write you later. 

J. F. Gulp, Albany, Mo. 



Salixa, Kansas, November 9, 1894. 
JMr. Daniel K. Cassel, Philadelphia, Penna. 

Dear Sir : — Yours of the 29th received. I would be 
glad to get a copy of your forthcoming work. I am sorry 
that I cannot give you much information about the Kulps in 



KULP FAMILY. 553 

Ohio. They originally settled in Fairfield county, Ohio, and 
my grandfather, Christian Gulp, removed to Huron county, 
Ohio, in 1819, and built the first grist mill in northern Ohio. 
For many years the early geographies gave as an important 
point Gulp's dam and Gulp's mill. Ghristian Gulp was a fine, 
intelligent old gentleman, as I remember him ; a man of 
wealth and refinement. For thirty-six years he was justice of 
the peace in his township. His father, Henry Gulp, came to 
Ohio from Virginia, Rockingham county. Henry Gulp had 
six sons and some daughters, Ghristian, Henry, Jacob, John 
and David. The descendants of the other brothers removed 
to northwest and western Ohio, Illinois, and from tl,iere have 
scattered over the west. Ghristian Gulp married lEleanoV 
Burton in 181 5. She was from Hagerstown, Md. They had 
John, Dolly, Polly, Henry, Graham, Isaac and Jacob. John 
married Gatharine Trench Taylor September 15, 1840, in 
Plymouth, Ohio. They had Edwin, P.dward G., Gharles G., 
Frank, Isaac Burton. Edwin and Frank died at three years 
of age. Isaac B. v/as appointed to the Naval Academy in 
i8<^8, and died from trouble contracted at the academy while 
engaged in a boat race. Edward G. married Lucy Esther 
Preston, at Norwalk, Ohio, November 29, 1 864, while on 
leave of absence in the army. He entered the service as a 
private soldier in April, 1861, when just eighteen years of age, 
and served without interruption for five years and three 
months, during which time he was promoted successively 
through all the grades of his regiment — the Twenty-fifth Ohio 
Infantry — to lieutenant colonel, and was twice brevetted by 
the President of the United States for gallantry, once as 
lieutenant colonel and once as colonel. Edward G. Gulp and 
Lucy Gulp had John Preston, Gharles Willard, Lucy, Kate, 
F'rank Goodwin and Mary Gulp. Lucy and Kate died in 
infancy. John Preston married Clara B. Hanbach, in Osborn, 
Kansas, December 21, 1887, and have two children, Muriel 
and Lucy. Gharles W. is a physician of excellent education 
and practice. Frank G. and Mary are still at school. 

Gharles Ghristian Kulp, the remaining son of John Gulp, 
married Clara Nickles, in Salina, Kansas, in 1875. They have 
four sons, Edward Halsey, Carlos A., Lewis Hanback and 
Clarence, all school-boys. Charles C. Kulp is a prominent 
citizen of this -State, and has been for some years and is now 
President of the Hamilton Investment Company. 

Going back to the children of Ghristian Gulp, Dolly died 
in early wifehood, leaving no children. Poll)- married P^d- 



554 KULP FAMILY. 

ward Sherman, in Plymouth, Ohio, 1835. They have two 
children, Jacob and Lizzie. Jacob married Elizabeth Wyandt, 
and they have two children, Edward and Millie. Edward 
married Mary R. Strong. Lizzie Sherman married Newton 
Fleming, and they have three children. Henry married 
Nancy i^aker, in Huron county, Ohio, and their descendants 
are all living in that section of the State. Graham married 

Rebecca Smith, and had one child, Dolly, who married 

Nelson. They have one child, and live in Evanston, 111. 
Isaac died in early life, having married Katy Jane Bodly ; no 
children. Jacob married Anna Johns, and they had several 
children and grandchildren, now living in and near Mansfield, 
Ohio. 

If you would write to Mrs. Sherman Gulp she could get 
access to the old family Bible of the Kulp family and give 
earlier information of my grandfather's family. Her address 
is Plymouth, Ohio. 

The Ohio Kulps are generally Democrats, although 
some of the family, coming to the front about war-time, had 
the grace to be Republicans. I have never known a Gulp to 
slough off into any "ism." They are not found in the Popu- 
list ranks, although many of them are farmers. They have 
never belonged to the Prohibition party, although they are 
generally temperate. They are noted, generally, as good 
livers, living full}- up to their incomes, fond of horses, and 
great admirers of women. They general!}' marry early and 
have large families. I have never known of a woman of the 
family doing anything discreditable or bringing the name into 
disrepute. The}' are wise virgins. The men of the family 
average in morality with the best in the land ; at least they 
have no divorces, and never give themselves away. They are 
generally Methodists or Episcopalians. 

Please let me hear from you again. While my home is 
here, half of my time is ia California, where I am engaged in 
mining. Yours truly, E. G. Gulp. 



Troy, Ml\mi Go., O., ]\Iarch 12, 1895. 
Mr. Daniel K. Casscl, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dear Sir : — My brother, Amos Gulp, who li\es in 
Louisville, Ky., wrote me, of recent date, that you were pre- 
paring to get up a history of the Gulp family. I presume my 
brother Amos, of Louisville, who is over two years older than 



KULP FAMILY. 555 

I am, has given you all the information about the genealogy 
of our family that I can give; but if you will let me know 
what information you would like to have in regard to the 
Gulp family to enable you to more fully complete said history, 
I will freely contribute all I can to help you on in the enter- 
prise. 

My fore-parents on father's side (Gulps) were of German, 
and on mother's side (James) were Welsh. My grandfather, 
George Gulp, was a Revolutionary soldier, and was a Penn- 
syh'anian, but what part I do not know. He and his brother, 
John Gulp, who was younger than grandfather, settled in 
Montgomery county, Md., near Georgetown, where my father 
was born, July 23 1801, and when he was about two years of 
age grandfather and his brother, John Gulp, removed to 
Hampshire county, Va., and bought a large tract of land 
from one Ned Emery, as he was called, and both raised large 
families, and is known as the Gulp settlement, between the 
north and south branch of the Potomac, under Knobly moun- 
tain, a nice valley. 

I have no record of our ancestors outside of my father's 
family, but I presume they can be got by some effort. I can 
nearly give my grandfather's age by recalling facts. I was 
born in Hampshire county, Va., May 8, 1826. My father, 
with his family, moved to then Wood county, Va., but now 
Ritchie, in a four-horse wagon, in the Fall of 1837 ; and when 
I was twenty one years of age, and in June same year, I went 
back to my birthplace, Hampshire county, on a visit, and re- 
mained there until Fall, when I returned home; and about 
the time I started I went to see grandfather, who lived about 
ten or fifteen miles above Gumberland, Md., on the north 
branch of the Potomac. Grandmother (his wife) was then on 
her death-bed, and died in a short time after that. Grand- 
father had been blind about eight years, and as he had no 
family left to look after him or his interests, he requested me 
to ask father if he would come down in the Spring (the fol- 
lowing) and take him and a daughter, who was an imbecile, 
out to our home and take care of them the balance of tKeir 
lives, and as grandfather was well-to-do, he made ample pro- 
vision for their maintenance, and made a will to that effect. 
That Winter I was going to school, away from home, and (in 
March I think it was) father sent me word that he would like 
me to leave school and come home, that he would like for me 
to go over the mountain after grandfather and Aunt Hittie 
with him. So we started a-horse-back, intending to buy a 



556 KULP FAMILY. 

carriage when we got down there to bring them with, which 
we did ; but the last day's ride, before we got to the place, 
and while we were feeding our horses and eating dinner, we 
heard that grandfather was dead and buried. That was in 
March, and the 8th of May, same year, I was twenty-two 
years old, and when grandfather died he was eighty-six years 
of age, so when he died was either in February or March, 
1848. This is about all the way I have of approximating 
grandfather's age, which I think is about correct. You can 
make the calculation and find about his true age. 

I hav^e met a great many Gulps in my travels, but have 
never been able to fi.x relationship ; but nearly all have a 
fcimily resemblance. There are quite a family of the Gulps in 
the eastern part of this State ; some in Jackson county, at 
Jackson Court House; and at Veva, Ind., same family. They 
are all Pennsylvanians. I have met them and corresponded 
with them. In 1872 I met some of them near Jackson Gourt 
House, O. One old fellow, I think b\' the name of Dillman 
Gulp ; one, I tliink, Gornelius. They were old settlers in that 
country. I meet others who spell their names Kolb, Kulp, 
Kolp, &c. One, Samuel L. Kolp, was Probate Judge of 
Darke county, O., for a number of )-ears ; a Pennsylvanian ; 
he is dead now. 

I have been living at this place since I 85 i. Was brought 
up on a farm, ns most of the Gulps were. I am now, and have 
been for a number of years, engaged in the real estate and 
general insurance business. 

Will be pleased to hear from you if convenient, and an)^ 
information I can give you will be cheerfully furnished. 

Pardon me for m\- long, scattering letter for an introduc- 
tion. Yours very respectfully. 

Nelson George Gulp'. 



Plymouth, Ohio, March 22, 1895. 
Mr. Daiiici K. CasscI, Pldiadclphia, Pa. 

* Dear Sir: — Your two letters regarding the history of 
the Gulp family was duly received, but I cannot give you 
very much information about them, as I have not been able 
to find the old family Bible. I understood it was in Findlay, 
O.. with some of the Gulps there, and I wrote to them, but 
have not received any answer to my letter, and so I shall not 
wait any longer, but send you what I know about the Gulps 
of this place. The)- are the descendants of Ghristian Gulp, 



KULP FAMILY. 557 

who was born September 12, 1790, in New York State, I 
think. His father's name was Henry Gulp, and the names of 
his brothers and sisters were Jacob, David, Benona, Mary, . 
SaUie and Hannah. Christian Gulp came to Ohio when a 
young man, and in 1835 he purchased seven hundred acres of 
land in Huron county, embracing almost the whole site of 
Plymouth. He established here a grist-mill and a carding- 
mill, both of which he carried o!i in conjunction with his farm. 
The 6th of February, 1 791, he married Eleanor Burton, a 
descendant of Scotch pioneers, and the following children 
were born to them : John, Henry, Jacob, Isaac, Graham, 
Benona, Polly and Dolly. Christian Gulp died in 1849, at 
the age of fifty-nine. His wife survived him twenty-five years. 
Of their children only one is now living, Mrs. Polly Sherman, 
widow of P^dward Sherman. She has two children, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Pleming and Mr. Jacob Sherman, who both reside 
in Pl)'mouth. 

John Gulp had four sons, two of whom, Gharles and P2d- 
ward, with their mother, are living in Salina, Kansas. 

Plenry Gulp had four sons and three daughters, Abijah, 
Sherman, Burton, Benona (Dora and Nora, deceased), and 
Lizzie. His widow and all of the children (with the exception 
of Abijah, who lives in Tiffin), are residents of Plymouth and 
vicinity. 

Graham Gulp left a widow and one daughter, Mrs. Dolly 
Nelson, of Chicago, 111. 

Jacob Gulp had six children, three of whom arc now 
living, with their mother, in Mansfield, O., Mrs. Wallace Mc- 
Gormick, Mrs. Harry Kissane and Mr. John Gulp. 

Isaac, Benona and Dolly Gulp left no children. 

My husband, Sherman Gulp, is the second son of Henry 
Gulp, who was the second son of Christian Gulp. He is a 
rising young lawyer, and too busy to attend to this matter, 
and so I am taking it off of his hands. He wishes me to say 
to }'ou that he would like one of the books when they are 
out. I hope this will not be too late for publication, as we 
would like to see this branch of the Gulp family represented 
in the history. I am very sorry that I could not answer 
your letters before, but I was waiting to hear from the family 
Bible, but as they did not even answer my letters, I thought 
best not to keep you waiting any longer. 

Hoping this will be of some use to you, I will close. 
Yours respectfully, Mrs. Sheriman Gulp, 

Pl}-mouth, Ohio. 



558 KULP FAMILY. 

Gastonia, N. C, (3ctober 19, 1S93. 
Mr. Daniel Koib Cassd, Philadcphia, Pa. 

Dear Sir : — My father writes me that he visited my 
great-grandfather's grave a few days ago, and the inscription 
on his tomb gives his death the 29th day of October, 18 19; 
age at death, seventy-eight years ; thus, you see, he was born 
about 1740, or '41, and would have been about thirty-six 
years old at commencement of Revolution in 1776. Is it not 
possible that Ben Kolb, my great-grandfather, was the soldier 
in the Revolution, referred to in yours of the 15th inst. ; and, 
too, it seems plausible that Peter and John were brothers of 
his ; at any rate, he had brothers of the same names. 

Father writes me that he knows my great-great-grand- 
father came from Germany direct, and is disposed to think he 
was a son of Peter's, whom you speak of remaining in the old 
country. 

I will continue trying to collect what information I can 
of interest to you, and hope soon to be able to report further. 

In haste, \'ours, Jas. P. Gulp. 



G.ASTONiA, N. C, October 9, 1893. 
Mi\ Daniel K. Cassd, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dear Sir : — I know almost nothing about my Kolb 
ancestry, and have been disappointed in obtaining from my 
father as I expected I would. Father writes me : "Of my 
grandfather I know too little to write at length. They con- 
sisted of four brothers, and, I think, three or four sisters. 
Boys' names were Ben, Peter, John and Augusteen. The 
girls' names were Barbara, Margaret, Katy, and I think there 
was one more, but I am not certain. They were here in the 
days of the Revolution. Barbara was scalped by the Indians 
during the war, within three hundred yards of where I now 
live. There was a Col. Gulp killed in the lower counties of 
this State in the Revolution, who my father told me was a 
relative, but I don't know how close a kin he was. When 
grandfather Kolb first came to America he first stopped about 
Albany, New York. Grandfather Kolb's old staff is still in 
the family with his name cut on it — Ben Kolb. I don't know 
when they first came to America, but they were here in '"j^, 
and I think grandfather was rather an old man at that time." 

WixFiELD S. Gulp, 
Ghester County. Wylie's Mill, S. C. 



KULP FAMILY. 559 

I ha\e written my uncle, Col. John R. Culp, of Ross- 
ville, S. C, and hope from him to gather some information of 
interest to you. While I am not sure, I think it likely you 
could get some information from John Culp, ]\Iilem, Tenn. ; 
also, from J. F. Culp, Albany, Mo. 

Trusting I may hear further from you, I am, 

Very truK' yours, Jas. P. Culp. 



Gastonia, N. C, February 19, 1894. 
iMr. D. K. Casscl, Philadc/phia, Pa. 

Dear Sir: — Pardon delay in answering your letter of 
December 25th. Fve been from home since January ist, and 
business, together with negligence and oversight, are my ex- 
cuses. Fve been unable to collect information of further 
interest to you. After investigating, I find the John Kolb, 
referred to in my last, emigrated to this State in 1760. I 
further find in Secretary of States office, Casper Kolb was 
granted lands in this State in 1754. Between 1730 and 1785 
there are four Kolb names on record in Secretary of States 
office, N. C, and they are Casper, Augustine (brother of my 
great-grandfather), Silas and Herman. Silas emigrated to 
Mississippi in 1775, and located in Monroe county. Fve had 
several letters from his descendants in Aberdeen, Miss., but 
they, like all the others by the name in the South, know 
nothing of their people. Yours truly, 

Jas. p. Culp. 



Fort Mill, S. C, 189-. 
I have heard my grandfather, George Culp, tell of him 
and his brother, John Culp, coming to America when boys, 
about 1750, or it may have been as early as 1745, and, it 
seems to me, that he spoke of three brothers of them. John 
and George settled near New York city, and the other (if 
there was a third) going to South Carolina. John and 
George, after growing up and having small families, moved 
from New York to near Rockville, Montgomery county, 
Md., and after living there for a number of years sold the 
property and moved to Hampshire county, Va., where they 
bought a large tract of land called " Fmmerson's Survey." 
This tract of land was after cut up into a good many farms 



560 KULP FAMILY. 

and owned and occupied by their sons, ni}- father being one 
of said sons of George. EHjah and James Gulp, sons of John, 
hving near Lee P. O., White county, Ind., are sons of my 
granduncle, John Gulp. James is about eighty-five and 
EHjah is about eighty-seven. They are active men for their 
age and might give Mr. C. P. Gulp more extensive informa- 
tion than I could. I also have a cousin named John G. Stew- 
art, living in Washington county, Iowa, who is an old man 
near eighty years old. I think it likely that he could gix'e 
more satisfactory information than I could. 

G. P. Gulp. 



LouLsviLLE, Kv., June 25, 1894. 

Mr. Daniel K. Ctisscl, PJiiladtipJaa, Pa. 

Dear Sir: — I am informed by G. P. Gulp, of Fort Mill, 
S. G., that you are collecting information regarding the Gulp 
family. If I am not too late I would be glad to furnish you 
any matter pertaining to our family, as far as my knowledge 
extends. About one hundred and forty-five or one hundred 
and fifty years ago my granduncle, John Gulp, and my grand- 
father, George Gulp, and may be one other brother, came 
from Germany to New York or PennsyKania, and remained 
there for several years until they had become men. They 
moved from there to near Rockville, Montgomery county, 
Md., and after living there for a number of years they (John 
and George) moved to Hampshire county, Va., where they 
bought a large tract of land. Here they li\'ed the remainder 
of their lives, having raised large families of children, all of 
whom have moved away to different States. I am now 
seventy years old, and have lived the greater part of my life 
in Virginia and Kentucky. I can furnish you with all of the 
names of the sons of any granduncle and my grandfather, and 
many of their grandsons. The majority of the sons and 
grandsons, as well as the granduncle and grandfather of mine, 
were farmers. For a number of years I was Glerk of the 
Gircuit Superior Gourt of Law and Ghancery of Ritchie 
county, Va. (now West Va.), and have been in the mercantile 
business the most of the time since 1850. If you can use the 
information here furnished, and desire additional items, I cer- 
tainly will be di.sposed to exert myself to obtain any matter. 



KULP FAMILY. 561 

which you may deem of interest in the preparation of your 
book. An early reply will be appreciated by 

Yours respectfully, Amos Culp. 



Gastonia, N. C, June i8, 1895. 
Mr. D. Kolh Casscl, PJuladclpliia, Pa. 

Dear Sir : — Yours of recent date just to hand and noted. 
Regard to Kassel Kolb I have been unable to collect infor- 
mation concerning him of interest to you. W. R. Davie, 
Landsford, S. C, has in his possession an old grant to Kassel 
Kolb, dated 1754; but I cannot find out where he came from,, 
or anything more about him. Write to Hon. J. C. Wilborn, 
Rock Hill, S. C. He has some information collected from 
Secretary of State's office, Columbia, S. C, that would most 
likely prove of interest to you and your readers. Am unable 
to say what demand you will have for history in the South. 
I, for one, will want a copy. Write to Mr. Whilden, General 
Agent Continental Insurance Company, Greenville, S. C, and 
I think from him you can get considerable information. I 
don't know a man in this country so well informed on family 
history as he. 

Regretting that I have been able to render you so little 
information, I am, Very respectfully, 

Jos. P. Cllp. 

Please send me a copy of your book as soon as published. 

J. P. C. 



Chester, S. C, June 18, 1895. 
Daniel K. Casscl, 4JJJ Gcrviantozvu Ave, PJiila., Pa. 

My Dear Sir: — Your letter of inquiry of date 15th in- 
.stant to hand, and I regret to say that I am unable to furnish 
you with the data you wish. The recofds of this office do 
not go behind the year 1785, and anterior to that date I pre- 
sume the record of lands would be found in the Secretary of 
State's office, in Columbia, S. C. 

James P. Culp, of whom you write, is a full cousin of 
mine. My mother was a Culp, and for this reason I w'ould 
like so much to be able to serve you gratis with a copy of 



562 KULP FAMILY. 

any paper in this office. I know \ery well the piece of land 
to which )ou refer. I was born within three miles of where 
it lies. Yours truly, 

John Gulp M'Fadden. 



Columbia, June 26, 1895. 

Daniel K. Ccisscl, y??? Gcrniaiitoii<n Ai'c, Phi/a., Pa. 

Dear Sir : — Yours of 20th to hand. Mr. J. P. Gulp 
wrote to me a good while ago about the matter of looking up 
the records in Columbia. I wrote him a letter, but my letter 
was missent and returned to me. I paid no more attention 
to the matter, not being a relative or connection. However, 
I did look over some books of record and found the name 
Kolb, Kulp or Gulp several times in grants and deeds. I 
have misplaced all data, but if you wish the" records examined, 
I will endeavor to have it done at as small cost to you as pos- 
sible. Please let me hear from you at once if you desire the 
matter looked into. F'aithfully, 

J. G. WiLBORX. 



KULP FAMILY. 563 



GEORGE AND BALZAR KULP. 



A .sketch of George and Balzer Kulp, as reported to nic 
by a descendant of Balzer. (This is traditional.) 

George Kulp and Balzer Kulp, two brothers, came to 
Pennsylvania from Germany in time to vote for the ratifica- 
tion of the Constitution of the United States. Balzer Kulp 
first lived in Somerset county, Pennsylvania. In 1840 he 
removed to Jefferson county, Ohio, where, a little later, he 
died in the ninety-sixth year of his age. He was quite a 
scholarly man in -tastes and acquirements. His sons were 
George, John and Adam, all now dead. 

Adam Kulp was twice married ; first to Nanc)- Wright ; 
on her decease to Sarah Alford. From the two marriages 
eleven children grew to manhood and womanhood ; one, 
Samuel Kulp, was the father of A. J. Kulp, a clergyman, at 
Winchenden, Massachusetts. He states that his great-grand- 
father, Balzer Kulp, spelled his name with a K, but his child- 
ren, for some unaccountable reason, changed this to C, and 
wrote Gulp. Of the other brother, George, we have no 
account. Rev. A. J. Gulp, 

Winchenden, Mass. 



Arrivals of the Kolbs in Pennsylvania. 



Martin Kolb, Jacob Kolb, Henry Kolb and Johannes 
Kolb came from the Palatinate (Pfalz), from Wolfsheim and 
Manheim in 1707, and settled at Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Their brother, Dielman Kolb, came August 10, 17 17. Rec- 
ords show that he purchased land in 1721, recorded in Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

I have endeavored to trace the records of the above 
named families down to the present time. There are many 
by the name of Kolb who came later, and it is not known 
whether there is any connection. Neither do I find that any 
by the name of Kulp, or Gulp, ever came over, but all Kolb 
records \v\\l show that a number of Kolbs came and settled 
in different parts of the State, of whom 1 will give a list, as 
far as I was able to find, viz. : 



.\KK1\"K1). 

Sept. 15, 1729, 
Nov. 30, 1730, 
Oct. 1 1, 1732, 
AuL^ 30. 1737. 

26, 1737, 
II, 1738, 

II. i73>'^. 

II, 1738, 
Nov. 7. 1 741, 
Sept. 21, 1742, 
Oct. 20, 1744, 
Oct. 20, 1744, 
Oct. 20, 1744, 
Sept. 14, 175 I, 
Sept. 29, 1753, 
Sept. 30, 1754, 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



NAME OF SHIP 

Allen. 
Joyce. 
Pleasant. 
Samuel. 

Andrew Galley. 
Robert Oliver. 



Hans Casper Kolb, 

Leonhart Kolb, 

Conrad Kolb, 

John Jacob Kolb, 

Johann Ludwig Kolb, 

Melchior Kolb, 

Peter Kolb, 

George Michael Kolb, 

Matteas Kolb, 

Michael Kolb, 

Mattheis Kolb, 

Martin Kolb, 

John Peter Kolb, 

Andreas Kolb, 

Peter Kolb, 

Johann Philip Kolb, 

Johann Andreas Kolb, Oct. 20, 1764, 

Philip Kolb, Nov. 5, 1764, 

George Kolb and Balzer Kolb both settled in Somer- 
set county, Pa., in 1780. 

Gotlieb Kolb arrived in 1828 and settled at Germantown, 
Philadelphia, where his descendants are yet living. 



Snow Thane of Fife. 
Francis Elizabeth. 
Phceni.x. 



Duke of Bedford. 
Snow Rowand. 
Neptune. 
Richmond. 
Prince of Wales. 



KULP FAMILY. 565 

Henry Kolb, Peter Kolb, Jacob Kolb, Martin Kolb and 
Dillman Kolb were the brothers of Johannes Kolb. And 
Peter Schumacher, of Germantown, was their grandfather. 

What is more natural to suppose than that these plain 
people, of whom Johannes Kolb was one, would name his 
children after his brothers. It was the custom of that day to 
always give the names of relatives to their children. They 
resided in the same neighborhood until 1734, when Johannes 
Kolb and his wife, Sarah, sold a farm in Skippack. He was 
then upwards of fifty years of age. These names also appear 
amonsT the descendants of the other brothers. 



CHH^DREN OF No. 3766. Page 475. 

MARY ESTELLP: KULP« (Metzger), of George B. 
KuLp7, of P2li Sellers Kulp^, of Abr.\ham5, of Jacob'*, of 
Peter3, of Henry-, of Dillman'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. 

8 K. I Elizabeth Stewart Metzger, b. August 19, 

1895, at Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



(K. F.— 37.) 



The Kulp Family of Pottstovvn and Goshenhoppen. 

TAKEN FROM FAMILY AND CHURCH RECORDS. 



1 I I Mattcas or Matthcis Kolb, as recorded in the 

Nci^ Hanover LutJicran C/nirch Records, 
came to America in 1741, in the ship 
Phcenix (I. D. Rupp) ; children : 

2 1 I Peter Kolb, and wife, Catharine ; they 

had children, as follows, as far as they 
could be found on church records: 

3 2 I Siisniina Kolb, m. Smith. 

332 y(r^.s7y'/' AW//", b. about 1740, and married Ann 
Maria Stcttler ; he was made overseer of 
the poor in New Il^mover, March 25, 
1770. 

343 Rosiiiei Kolb, b. August 10, 1742; buried 
June 1,181 2. — Falkiter Swamp Reformed 
Church Records. 

354 Cathari)ie Kolb, b. January 4, 1747. — Nezv 
Hanover Lutheran Church Records. 

365 j5"//,s-(?/;£'/// A'cV/;, b. December 2^, 1748. — New 
Hanover Lutheran Chitrch Records. 

376 Mary Gertrude Ko/b, b. November 21, 1750. 

3 a 7 John liLattJieiv Ko/b, b. eighteen days before 

December i, 1745. — See A^ezv Hanover 
Lutheran CJiurcJi Records. 



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KULP FAMILY. 567 

CHILDREN OF No. 3. 

JOSEPH K0LB3, son of PETER^ of MATTHEIS^ 

lurlivi.lual F.'imilv 

Xo. No. 

8 I George Mi ell a el Koll\ b. about 1765; m. 

Elizabeth F'rack ; cliildren : Jo.sep]i, 
Susanna, Jacob, Elizabeth, Michael and 
Anna. 

9 2 George Kolb, m. Susanna ; children : 

Philip, George, Maria, Kate, Henry, Wil- 
liam and John. 

10 3 Peter Kolb, m. Maria ; children: 

George, Peter. 

4 Joseph Kolb. 

5 John Kolb. - 

6 Christian Kolb. 

7 Susanna Kolb, m. John Bender. 

8 Magdalena Kolb, m. Jacob Lock. 

9 Mary Kolb. 

10 Sarah Kolb. 

1 1 ElizabetJi Kolb. 

12 Catharine Kolb. 

13 Margaret Kolb. 

14 Barbara Kolb. 

15 Maria Kolb. 

16 Rebecca Kolb. 

17 Ilenrich Kolb, b. January 4, 1 78 1. 

18 Jacob Kolb, b. June 8, 1791. 



568 KULP FAMILY. 



Individual 
Gen. Xo. 



4 26 19 Susan Kolb. 

Of the above names, Maria, Rebecca and Susan are not 
mentioned in the will ; therefore, it is presumed they were 
deceased. The other sixteen names are mentioned in Joseph's 
will. Joseph Kolb then married a second time and had one 
child, Christian, which I have marked No. 6. Then Joseph 
Kolb married a third time to Mary Schrack ; no children. 



CHILDREN OF No. 8. 

GEORGE MICHAEL KOLB^, of Jo.seprs, of Peter% 
of Mattheis'. 

5 27 I Jose pi I Kill p. 

5 28 2 Susanna Kulp. 

5 29 3 Jacob Ku/p, b. October 29, 1792; d. De- 

cember 17, 1880, at Pottstown, Pa.; 
Mount Zion Cemetery ; aged 88 years, 
I month, 18 days. 

5 30 4 Elizabeth Kulp. 

5 31 5 Michael Kulf^, h.Miwch 6, \jg6\ d. Novem- 

ber 10, 1862; buried in Zion Reformed 
Church grave-yard, Pottstown, Pa. ; aged 
66 years, 8 months, 4 days ; m. Catha- 
rine Missimer November 12, 181 5, a 
daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth 
Missimer; she was born June 7, 1789, 
and died May 21, 1842; children: Dar- 
lington, Elizabeth, Henrietta, Annie, 
Jacob, Charles and Josiah. Michael 
Kulp married a second time to Sarah J. 



KULP FAMILY. 569 

miily 
.<0. 

31 5 Williamson, on October 4, 1846, and 

had one son, Oliver J. Kulp, born No- 
vember 22, 1848. 

32 6 A)ina Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 9. 

GEORGE KOLB^ of Josephs, of PETER^ of MATTHEIS^ 

33 I PJiilip Kulp, b. December 18, 1798; d. Oc- 

tober I, 1881 ; children: Fayette, Mary, 
Susanna, Hatty, Louisa, Jonas, Michael. 

2 George Kulp. 

3 Maria Kulp, m. John Plaid. 

4 Kate Kulp. 

5 Hcuiy Kulp. 

6 William Kulp ; children : Henry, Mary 

Ann, Matilda. 

39 7 John Kulp ; children : Henry, Joshua, 

Lydia, John. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 10. 
PETER KOLB^ of Josephs, of PETER^ of MATTHEIS^ 
5 40 I Gcorg-c Jllicluni Kulp, h. OciohQV 4, 1803. 

5 41 2 Peter Kulp, b. August 9, 1806. 



5/0 KULP FAMILY. 



CHILDREN OF No. 31, 



MICHAEL KULPs, of George Mich.ael Kolb^, of 
Joseph3, of Peters, of Mattheis'. 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 42 I Darlington Kulp, b. February i, 18 16; d. 

September 12, 18 19. 

6 43 2 Elizabctli Kulp,h. August 15, 18 17; d. No- 

vember 21, 1865; buried in Pottstown 
Cemetery, Pottstown, Pa.; m. Charles 
Krause. 

6 44 3 Henrietta Knlp,h. A\ig\x'S,t'/,i^\g; d. March 

19, 1843 ; buried Zion Reformed Church 
grave-yard, Pottstown, Pa. ; m. Samuel 
K. Stettlcr. 

6 45 4 A)inif Kulp, b. January 5, 1821; d. March 

8, 1847; buried Zion Reformed Church 
grave-yard ; m. Samuel K. Brandt. 

6 46 5 Jacob M. Kulp, b. December 6, 1822; d. 

August 21, 1871 ; buried in Pottstown 
Cemetery; m. November 23, 1843, to 
Maria Geist, daughter of Henry and 
Margaret Geist ; children : Henry, John, 
I^mma, Catharine, Irwin. 

6 47 6 Charlotte Kulp, b. April 18, 1826; d. No- 

vember 10, 1857; buried in Pottstown 
Cemetery ; m. Jesse Krause. 

6 48 7 JosiaJi Kulp,h. Kw^wst 12, 1829; buried in 

Pottstown Cemetery. 



KULP FAMILY. 5/1 

CHILDREN OF No. 33. 
PHILIP KULPs, of George*, of Joseph3, of PETER^ of 
Mattheis'. 



Gen. 

6 . 


ludividual 
No. 

49 


Family 
No. 

I Fayette Kiilp. 


6 


50 


2 


Mary Ktilp, 


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51 


3 


Susanna Kitlp. 


6 


52 


4 


Hatty Kulp. 


6 


53 


5 


Louisa Knip. 


6 


54 


6 


Jonas Kulp. 


6 


55 


7 


Michael Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 38. 

WILLIAM KULPs, of George*, of Josephs, of Peter% 
of Mattheis'. 

6 56 I Henry Kulp. 

6 57 2 Mary Ann Kulp. 

6 58 3 Matilda Kulp. 



CHILDREN OF No. 39. 

JOHN KULPs, of George*, of Josephs, of PETER^ of 
Mattheis'. 



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Henry Kulp. 


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Joshua Kulp. 


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3 


Lydia Kulp. 


6 


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4 


Jo Jin Kulp. 





Individual 


Family 


Gen. 


No. 


No. 


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63 


I 



572 KULP FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 46. 

JACOB M. KULP«, of Michael^, of George MICHAEL^ 
of Joseph^, of Peter^ of Mattheis^ 

Henry G. Kulp, b. May 21, 1846; m. Janu- 
ary 28. 1868, to Mary A. Smith, daugh- 
ter of Hon. John C. Smith ; she died 
Augu.st 1 1, 1886 ; buried in family vault, 
Pottstown Cemetery ; children : Emma, 
John Jacob, Henry G., Lilian, Mary, 
Paul, Ralph Jefferson, Anna and Fred- 
erick. Henry G. Kulp married a second 
time to Aida Brownback ; hardware 
business, Pottstown, Pa. 

64 2 John Michael Knlp, h. June 29, 1856; d. 
September 13, 1859. 

65 3 Ennna Catliarine Kulp, m. Thomas Jefferson 
INLirch ; have one child, Michael Henry. 

66 4 IrzL'in G. Kulp, m. PI Blanche Todd, daugh- 
ter of Dr. John Todd, of Pottstown, Pa. ; 
children : John Henry, Bertha, Robert, 
Helen. 



CHILDREN OF No. 63. 

HENRY G. KULP7, of Jacob M.^ of Michael^, of 
George Michael-', of Joseph3, of Peters, of MATTHEIS^ 

8 67 I Emvia Kulp. 

8 68 2 John Jacob Kulp, died young, Jan. 30, 1881. 

8 69 3 Henry G. Kulp, d. April 30, 1879. 



KULP FAMILY. 573 

8 70 4 Lillian Kiilp, d. December 31, 1881. 

8 71 5 ]\Iary Kulp. 

8 72 6 /'-rr/// /w///>. 

-8 73 7 RalpJi Jefferson, d. July 30, 1882. 

5 74 8 Anna Kiilp. 

•8 75 9 Frederick Kulp, d. February 21, 1890. 



CHILDREN OF No. 66. 

IRWIN G. KULP7, of Jacob M.^ of Michael^, of 
George Michael'*, of Josephs, of Peters, of Mattheis'. 

8 I Jolin Henry Kulp, d. October 16, 1880. 

« 2 Bertha T. Kulp, d. May 15, 1893. 

5 3 Robert r. Kulp. 

5 4 Helen Kulp. 



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Abraham O. 
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Benjamin 
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Jacob . 
Jacob 
Jacob F 
Tohn 
John B. 
Molly . 
Mary . 
Mary Ann 
Mary Ann 
Nancy . . 
Rudolph . 
Sallie . . 
Susanna . 
Christian 
David . . 
Henry 
Jacob . . 



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Bechtel, 
Bechtel, 
Bgchtel, 
Bechtel, 
Bechtel, 
Bechtel, 
Bechtel, 
Benner, 
Bcnner, 
Benner, 
Benner, 



Abraham 

Isaac . . 

Jacob 

George . 

Magdalena 

Maria 

Martm . 
Amanda K 
Jacob K. 
Juliann . 
Milton K. 



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Bergey, David K. . . . 640 136 

Bergey, Jacob K. (or R.) . 638 I35 

Bergey, John R. (or K.) . 642 137 

Bergey, Katie Ann .... 641 136 

Bergey, \\ illiam K. . . 639 135 

Bergey, David 1644 285 

Bergey, Nancy 2250 399 

Bergey, John 1642 284 

Bisson, Emily C 3712 477 

Bisson, Hannah 37^3 478 

Brooks, William P. ... 922 I46 



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Individual No. Page 

Cassel, Abraham K. . . . 388 1 13 

Cassel, Abel K 799 142 

Cassel, Abel K 30S5 422 

Cassel, Ann . ... 1553c 266 

Cassel, Anna 2049.J 367 

Cassel, Ann 3672 476 

Cassel, Catharine . . . 1553^ 266 

Cassel. Daniel K 387 112 

Cassel, Eli 1552 265 

Cassel, Elizabeth .... 1553b 266 

Cassel, Elizabeth .... 2049 366 

Cassel, Eliza 2050 367 

Cassel, Eli 1552 368 

Cassel, Elizabeth .... 3671 475 

Cassel, Isaac 155 1 263 

Cassel, Jacob K. .... 390 115 

Cassel, Josiah K So 2 143 

Cassel, Josiah K 3088 424 

Cassel, Jesse 155° 263 

Cassel, Lovina 2051 368 

Cassel, Mary Emily . . . 813 I44 

Cassel, Samuel K 389 1 14 

Cassel, .Simeon K 3083 422 



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Cassel, Simeon K. . . . 


• 797 


142 


Cassel, Rachel . . . 


• 1553 


265 


Cassel, William K. 


. 800 


Hi 


Cassel, William K. 


3086 


42 s 


Clemens, Catharine 


. 1670 


296 


Clemens, Catharine 


1386 


208 


Clemens, Elizabeth 


• 1384 


207 


Clemens, Elizabeth 


. 1672 


298 


Clemens, Gerhart . . 


. 1669 


294 


Clemens, Henry . . . 


■ 1387 


209 


Clemens, Rev. Isaac . 


.1671 


297 


Clemens, Jacob K. , . 


■ 1673 


299 


CI mens, Mary . . . 


. 1668 


293 


Clemens, Sarah . . . 


■ 1385 


208 


Clemens, Sallie . . . 


• 1674 


299 


Clemmer, Jacob K. 


• 3"9 


425 


Clemmer, John . . . 


• 3122 


427 


Clemmer, Jonas . . 


■ 3125 


427 


Clemmer, losiah . . . 


3124 


427 


Clemmer, Mary . . . 


• 3121 


426 


Clemmer, .Susanna K. 


• 3120 


426 


Croll, William .... 


• 1789 


326 



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Detweiler, 


Christian . 


• 1440 


233 


Detweiler, 


Catharine . 


1441 


2r> 


Detweiler, 


Elizabeth . 


■ 30 


SI 


Deuveiler, 


Elizabeth . 


1435 


231 


Detweiler, 


lacob . . 


. 1240 


176 


Detweiler, 


Johannes . 


■ 25 


30 


Detweiler, 


Johannes . 


• 1245 


176 


Detweiler, 


Johannes . 


1254 


184 


Detweiler, 


Joseph 


1443 


179 


Detweiler, 


Joshua . . 


1447 


179 


Detweiler, 


Maria . . 


• 1437 


2^2 


Detweiler, 


Mary . . . 


1442 


178 


Detweiler, 


Maria 


. 28' 


31 


Detweiler, 


Magdalena 


• 23 


28 


Detweiler, 


.Martin . . 


. 28 


31 



Detweiler, Sarah 
Detweiler, Susanna 
Detweiler, Susanna 
Detweiler, .Susanna 
Detweiler, Susanna 
I )erstein, Abraham 
Derstein, Agnes . . 
Derstein, Barbara . 
Derstein, Elizabeth 
Derstein, Fronica , 
Derstein, Isaac . . 
Derstein, Jacob . , 
Derstein, Johannes . 
Derstein, Maria . 
Derstein, .Sarah . . 



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28 


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Erb. .\braham 2596 420 

Erb, Benjamin Fianklin . 2598 420 

Erb, Cyrus 2594 419 

Erb, Hannah 2599 420 

Erb, Jacob 2595 419 



Erb, Joseph . . 
Everman, Eugene 
Everman, Thomas 
Everman, William 



2593 419 

949 148 
525 134 

950 148 



KULP FAMILY. 



57r 



K 



Funk, 


Aaron . . 


Funk, 


Ann . . . 


Funk, 


Eleanor 


Funk, 


Isaac Irwin 


Funk, 


John K. 


Fried, 


Catharine . 


Fried, 


Christiana 


Fried, 


Magdalena 


Fried, 


Maria . 


Freed 


Abraham K 


Freed 


Elias K. . 


Freed 


Henry , 


Freed 


Jacob K. . 



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186 66 

190 67 

708 138 

704 138 
61 

59 
60 

63 

2403 405 

2404 406 
2400 403 
2402 404 



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Freed, John K. 
Fretz, Isaac . 
Fretz, Levi 
Fretz, Sarah . . . 
Frey, Elizabeth . . 
Frick, Amanda 
Frick, Emma F. . . 
Frick, Francis K. . 
Frick, John K. . . 
Frick, Kate ... 
F'rick, j\Iary . . 

Frick, Matilda Jane 



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683 

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Garner, Julian . . . 
Garner, Mary Ann . 
Garner, Rebecca . . 
Gi!l>ert, Eleanora . . 
Gilbert, Samuel . . 
Godshall, Adam . . 
Godshall, Rev. Abraham 
Godshall, Andrew . 
Godshall, Betsy . . 
Godshall, Barbara . 
Godshall, Catharine 
Godshall, Dillman . 
Godshall, Dillman . 
Godshall, Dillman . 
Godshall, Elizabeth 
Godshall, Elizabeth 



3695 


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Godshall, Elizabeth . 


3949 


519 


3693 


476 


Godshall, Godshall . . 


- 3953 


521 


3694 


477 


Godshall, Helena . . 


■ 1381 


207 


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117 


Godshall, Isaac . . . 


1949 


349 


401 


117 


Godshall, Jacob . . . 


• I3«2 


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Godshall, Jacob . . 


• 1947 


348 


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517 


Godshall, Jacob Z. . . 


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516 


Godshall, Jacob . . 


■ 3954 


512 


•3847 


508 


(iodshall, John . . . 


■ 3955 


513 


■ 415 


120 


Godshall, Joseph . . . 


• 3956 


514 


• 3959 


517 


Godshall, Maria . . 


• 1944 


346 


■3^3^ 


505 


Godshall, Rev. Moses 


• 3952 


510 


•3843 


508 


Godshall, Samuel . . 


■ 1946 


347 


• 3948 


518 


Godshall, Sarah . . . 


1948 


348 


. 1380 


206 


Godshall, William . . 


• 3839 


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Godshall, William . . 


■ 3950 


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Hunsicker, Abraham 






1395 


213 


Hunsicker, Henry D 


. . 1676 


301 


Hunsicker, Abraham 






1598 


275 


Hunsicker, Henry D 


. 1676 


427 


Hunsicker, Ann . . 






1367 


202 


Hunsicker, Isaac . . 


• • 1232 


167 


Hunsicker, Anna . . 






1390 


211 


Hunsicker, Isaac . . 


. 1366 


201 


Hunsicker, Barbara. 






1374 


203 


Hunsicker, Isaac . . 


• • 1379 


205 


Hunsicker, Catharine 






1235 


168 


Hunsicker, Isaac . . 


• • 1639 


284 


Hunsicker, Catharine 






1373 


203 


Hunsicker, Jacob . 


. . 1231 


167 


Hunsicker, Catharine 






1391 


212 


Hunsicker, Jacob . 


• • ^3(>3 


201 


Hunsicker, Catharine 






^(>33 


282 


Hunsicker, Jacob . 


■ ■ 1393 


211 


Hunsicker, Elizabeth 






1389 


212 


Hunsicker, John . . 


. . 1636 


284 


Hunsicker, Elizabeth 






1678 


302 


Hunsicker, Joseph . 


• . 1674J 


300 


Hunsicker, Esther . 






1360 


199 


Plunsicker, Rev. John 


. . 1388 


211 


Hunsicker, Garret D. 






1679 


307 


LIunsicker, Magdalene 


I . . 1635 


283 


Hunsicker, Garret . 






1394 


213 


Hunsicker, Polly . 


• 1675 


301 


Hunsicker, Henrich 






1237 


169 


Hunsicker, Sara . . 


• ■ 1233 


168 


Hunsicker, Hannah 




1378 


204 


Hunsicker, Sarah . 


• 13&4 


199 


Hunsicker, Henry . 






1392 


212 


Hunsicker, Sarah . 


• • 13952 


214 



578 



KULP FAMILY. 



J^— CONTI.M'ED. 



Hunsicker, Sarah . 
Hunsicker, Sarah . 
Hunsicker, Valentine 
Hunsicker, Newton 
Hendricks, Benjamin 
Hendricks, Susanna 
Hendricks, Benjamin 
Hendricks, Elizabeth 



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Hendricks, Hetty Ann . . 20S8 373 

Henuricks. Jacob . 2084 374 

Holzworth. Charles E. Z. . 20 533 

Holzworth, Mary E. L. . 21 533 

Holzworth, Caroline M . . 22 534 

Holzworth, William P'. H . 25 534 

Holzworth, M.'.rcella J. . . 27 534 



Johnson, Albert 6S5 

Johnson, Isaac 2230 



J 

1^8 j Jfjhnson, Henry H 



397 



K 



Kelter, Ann 

Kelter, David . 

Kelter, Hannah 

Kelter, Matthias 

Kelter, Susan . 

Keyser, Sarah . 

Kolb, Abraham 

Kolb, Abraham 

Kolb, Abraham 

Koli), Abraham 

Kolb, Abraham 

Kolb, Abraham 

Kolb, Abraham 

Kolb, Abraham 

Kolb, Ann 

Kolb, Ann . . 

Kolb, Ann . 

Kolb, Ann . . 

Kolb, Ann W 

Kolb, Ann . . 

Kolb, Agnes . 

Kolb, Barbara . 

Kolb, Barbara . 

Kolb, Barbara . 

Kolb, Betsy . . 

Kolb, Benjamin 

Kolb, Benjamin 

Kolb, Catharine (Meyer) 

Kolb,Catharine(Musselman 

Kolb, Catharine (Cassel) 

Kclb, Catharine (Staufier) 

Kolb, Catharine (Haldeman) 378 

Kolb, Catharine (Landis) 

Kolb, Catharine ^ Freed) 

Kolb, Catharine (Leidy) 

Kolb, Catharine (Haldeman) 1957 



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344 


98 


Kolb, 


345 


98 


Kolb, 


• 347 


98 


Kolb, 


350 


99 


Kolb, 


. 2064 


371 


Kolb, 


• 49 


40 


Kolb, 


. 202 


69 


Kolb, 


• 299 


95 


Kolb, 


• 1265 


190 


Kolb, 


i5'9 


253 


Kolb, 


. 1586 


274 


Kolb, 


. 1628 


279 


Kolb, 


1723 


313 


Kolb, 


■ 297 


94 


Kolb, 


• 352 


99 


Kolb. 


• 173 


58 


Kolb, 


■ 379 


108 


Kolb, 


, 422 


122 


Kolb, 


■ 437 


123 


Kolb, 


. 1201 


152 


Kolb, 


• 1273 


193 


Kolb, 


. 1400 


218 


Kolb, 


• 1524 


256 


Kolb. 


. 1416 


224 


Kolb, 


• 1433 


230 


Kolb, 


■ 417 


120 


Kolb, 


. 1209 


157 


Kolb, 


n)i270 


192 


Kolb, 


. 1283 


194 


Kolb, 


. 1401 


219 


Kolb, 


n) 378 


107 


Kolb. 


■ 1513 


248 


Kolb, 


• 1719 


308 


Kolb, 


• 1925 


342 


Kolb, 


n)i957 


354 


Kolb, 



Catharine (Moyer) 
, Catharine (Murphy) 

Daniel . 

Daniel . 

Dillman . 
Dill man . 

Dillman . 

Dillman Z 

Dillman . 

Dillman . 

Dillman . 

Dillman . 

Dillman . 

r)illman . 

David . 

David . 

David . 
, Elizabeth ( 

Elizabeth 1 

Elizabeth (Miller)' 

Elizabeth (Detra) . 

Elizabeth (Reiff) . 

Elizabeth (Rickart) 

Elizabeth (Hiestand) 

Elizabeth (Hendricks) 

Elizabeth (Stauffer) . 

Elizabeth (Benner) . 

Elizabeth (Kelter) . 

Elizabeth (Godshall) P511 

Elizabeth (Gehman) 15 18 

Elizabeth (Grimley) 2206 
, Elizabeth (Ziegler) . 3802 

, Enos 300 

, Eliza 2224 

, Esther 43 

, Esther 1502 



2370 
2602 

42 

155 
i 

13 

46 
2591 

3547 
3801 
1206 
1241 
1266 

1503 
182 

153 
162 

Iunsicker)i202 
Alderfer) 1213 
. 1242 

• 1399 
. 1428 
1501 
353 
358 
385 
392 
169 



400 
421 

35 
50 
17 

22 . 

39 
418 

443 
4S9 

156 
172 
191 

243 
66 

49 

55 
153 
I bo 

173 
218 
226 
241 

99 
100 
III 
117 

56 
246 

253 
393 
489 

95 
395 

37 
241 



iX 



KULP FAMILY. 



579 



J^ — Continued. 



Gertraut 
Gertrude 
Henry W 
Henrich 
Henry . 
Henry . 
Henry . 
Henry . 
Henry . 
Henrich 
Henrich 
Henry . 
Henry . 
Henry . 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Helena 
Isaac . 
Isaac 
Isaac . 
Isaac . 



Isaac 
Isaac 



Isaac . 
saac . 
saac R. 
acob . 
acob . 
acob . 
acob 
acob . 
acob , 
acob . 
acob . 



Jacob 

acob 

acob 
, Jacob 
Jacob 
Jacob 
Jacob W. 
Jacob . 
Jacob A. 
Jacob . 
Jacob . 
Joseph 
John . 
John . 
John . 



Individual No. 

121S 
1 502 J, 

423' 
1204 

2374 
1267 

1396 
1404 
1426 
1244 
38 
158 
1629 

6 

2204 

367 
1219 
1271 
1281 
1500 
1200 
1212 
1240 
1261 

174 
201 

14 

39 

47 

1631 

1923* 
1264 
1402 
1405 
1415 
5 
1210 
1238 

1253 
181 

55 
154 
171 
1627 
1720 
1956 
2071 

2415 
3546 
3553 
1959 
1397 
1407 

1431 



162 


Kolb, 


242 


Kolb, 


122 


Kolb, 


153 


Kolb, 


401 


Kolb, 


192 


Kolb, 


215 


Kolb, 


221 


Kolb, 


225 


Kolb, 


174 


Kolb, 


33 


Kolb, 


51 


Kolb, 


280 


Kolb, 


430 


K.ilb, 


391 


Kolb, 


103 


Kolb, 


162 


Kolb, 


193 


Kolb, 


193 


Kolb, 


240 


Kolb, 


151 


Kolb, 


160 


Kolb, 


171 


Kolb, 


187 


Kolb, 


58 


Kolb, 


69 


Kolb, 


24 


Kolb. 


34 


Kolb, 


39 


Ivolb, 


281 


Kolb, 


341 


K:olb, 


189 


Kolb, 


219 


Kolb, 


222 


Kolb, 


223 


Kolb, 


149 


Kulp, 


158 


Kulp, 


170 


Kulp, 


184 


Kulp, 


65 


Kulp, 


40 


Kulp, 


50 


Kulp, 


56 


Kulp, 


279 


Kulp, 


310 


Kulp, 


353 


Kulp, 


371 


Kulp, 


411 


Kulp, 


440 


Kulp, 


448 


Kulp, 


355 


Kulp, 


216 


Kulp, 


222 


Kulp, 


229 


1 Kulp, 



John 

John 

John 

John 

John 

John 

John 

Jonathan 

Kate 

Lydia 

Lizzie 

Lizzie 

Margaret 

Mary . 

Molly 

Maria 

Michael 

Michael 

Maria . 

Margaret 

Molly . 

Mary Ann 

Mary Ann 

Martin . . 

Magdalena 

Maria 

Matthias 

Martin . 

Martin . 

Matthias 

Molly . 

Mary . . 

Nancy 

Nicholas 

Neltgen . 

Abraham 

Abraham 

Abraham 

Abraham 

Abraham 

Abraham M 

Abraham H 

Abraham . 

Abraham H 

Aaron 

Anna . 

Ann . 

Anna . 

Ann . 

Ann . 

Anna S. 

Anna , 

Anna . 

Ann . 



ludividual Xo. 

752 

1262 

204 

221 

57 
172 



Page 
141 

1 88 
70 
72 
41 
57 



1623 278 

384 III 

196 68 

359l 102 

2376 402 

2491 415 

1279 193 

1398 217 



1429 
1205 



227 
155 



2375 402 
1211 159 

1243 173 

1252 183 

197 68 

1924 341 

112 

19 
21 

25 
34 
38 
51 
55 



386 

4 

9 

15 

41 

44 

157 

164 

1621 277 

2205 392 

1403 221 

20 i 70 

10 21 

1730 216 

1783 323 

227 73 

438 124 

1958 354 

1992 359 

2226 395 

3550 444 

3606 471 

756 141 

1520 254 

1517 252 

1529 257 

359 100 

1935? 345 

1995 361 

2015 364 

2023 366 

3584 462 



58o 



KULP FAMILY. 



J^ — Continued. 



Ku 


p. 


Ku 


'p. 


Ku 


•p. 


Ku 


Ip. 


Ku 


P> 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


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Ku 


'p. 


Ku 


Ip. 


Ku 


lp> 


Ku 


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Ku 


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Ku 


'p. 


Ku 


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Ku 


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Ku 


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Ku 


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Ku 


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Ku 


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Ku 


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Ku 


p. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P' 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


p. 


Ku 


p. 



, Ann Eliza . . 
, Andrew Boyer 
, Benjamin 
, Beneville 
, Polly . . 
, Barbara . 
, Catharine 
, Catharine 
, Catharine S 
, Catharine 
, Catharine 
, Charles C 
, Daniel H. 
, Charles . 
, David H. 
, David . 
, David 

, David Homer 
, David C. 
, David . 
, Elizabeth 
, Elizabeth S 
, Elizabeth 
, Elizabeth 
, Elizabeth 
, Elizabeth A 
, Elizabeth 
, Elizabeth 
, Elizabeth 
, Elias . . 
, Y.nos S. . 
, Eli Sellers 
, Eliza . . 
, Eliza . . 
, Garret . 
, Gertrude 
, George Brubak 
, Hannah 
, Harry E. 
, Henry D 
, Hester . 
, Henry M 
, Harriet . 
, Henry . 
, Henry . 
, Harriet . 
, Harry E. 
, Henry . 
, Horace . 
, Henry . 
, Henry L 
, Henry . 
, Henry . 
, Henry . 



idual No. Page 

3626 

3625 

1543 

2207 

I72I 

1939 

3551 
1988 
2485 
3583 
3617 

380 
3588 
1523 
3567 

383 
69 

3554 
3587 
1534 
1996 
2007 
2020 
2118 
2406 
2601 
3549 
3559 
1826 

35-(>3 
3564 
3585 
3604 
1804 
1516 
3630 
1787 
3765 
1823 
2006 
2019 

3(515 
2021 
2489 

302 
3765 

439 

736 
1515 
1528 
1722 

1731 

1758 



474 


Kulp, 


473 


Kulp, 


263 


Kulp, 


393 


Kulp, 


3" 


Kulp, 


345 


Kulp, 


123 


Kulp, 


522 


Kulp, 


357 


Kulp, 


413 


Kulp, 


462 


Kulp, 


481 


Kulp. 


108 


Kulp, 


464 


Kulp, 


255 


Kulp, 


530 


Kulp, 


no 


Kulp, 


537 


Kulp, 


449 


Kulp, 


4^3 


Kulp, 


260 


Kulp, 


.161 


Kulp, 


3^3 


Kulp, 


3^5 


Kulp, 


382 


Kulp, 


407 


Kulp, 


421 


Kulp, 


444 


Kulp, 


452 


Kulp, 


334 


Kulp, 


453 


Kulp, 


454 


Kulp, 


4^3 


Kulp, 


470 


Kulp, 


327 


Kulp, 


251 


Kulp, 


474 


Kulp, 


326 


Kulp, 


538 


Kulp, 


334 


Kulp, 


362 


Kulp, 


365 


Kulp, 


532 


Kulp, 


366 


Kulp, 


415 


Kulp, 


96 


Kulp, 


538 


Kulp, 


124 


Kulp, 


141 


Kulp, 


250 


Kulp, 


256 


Kulp, 


312 


Kulp, 


317 


Kulp, 


320 


Kulp, 



Individual Xo. Page" 

Henry 1768 522 

Isaac 1806 327 

Isaac M 218 72 

Isaac 370 107 

Isaac 15 14 249 

Isaac 1531 259 

Isaac ........ 1733 318 

Isaac 3654 482 

Jackson 3571 460 

Jacob S 1989 358 

Jacob H 2010 364 

Jacob A 2126 385 

Jacob .... 2371 400 

Jacob 2486 413 

Jacob 2493 41^ 

Jacob Z 2587 417 

Rev. Jacob . . . 3557 451 

Jacob 303 96 

Jacob T 441 126 

Jacob E 714 139 

Jacob .... 1507 245 

Jacob 1521 254 

Jacob 1530 258 

Jacob 1729 316 

Jacob 1770 322 

Jacob S 3565 458 

Jonas A. . . 2123 384 

Jonas A 2412 406 

John H 20i6 364 

Jonathan 359.1 loi 

John H 2223 394 

James 3567 537 

John 3558 452 

John D 369 103 

John E 713 139 

lohn H 1522 255 

John W 4 538 

John 1728 315 

Jo-seph 1532 259 

John 3570 459 

Joseph 2604 421 

John H 3601 470 

Justus F 3624 481 

Katie 1767 221 

Lydia 1962 356 

Levi L 2 531 

Lydia 1786 325 

Lillian L 12 538 

Levi 3568 459 

^lary 3573 535, 

^lary i960 355 

.\Iaiy Estelle . . . . K 564 

Margaret 1961 356 

Mary 2004 362 



KULP FAMILY. 



581 



p^ — Continued. 



Ku 


P 


Ku 


IP, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


IP, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P- 


Ku 


P> 


Kn 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P> 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P, 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P> 


Ku 


P. 


Ku 


P. 


Kul 


p. 


Ku 


P, 


Kul 


p. 


Ku 


P' 


Kul 


P' 



Mary . . 
Mary . . 
Menno Z. 
Mary . . 
Martin . 
Margaret 
Mary . . 
Michael . 
Matthias 
Moses 
Molly 
Nancy . 
Nancy 
Nancy . 
Nancy 
Polly . . 
Peter 
Sarah S. 
Sarah Ann I) 
Sarah Ann 
Sallie . . . 
Sallie . . 
Sarah 
Sarah N. 
Samuel . 
Samuel . 
Samuel . 
Samuel 
Silas 
Sarah E. 
Sarah 
Sophia . 
Susanna . 
Susanna 
Susanna 
Susan 
Susie 
Tobias . 



N 



liidivicUial No. V-.v^f 

21 19 383 ' Kulp, Washington 

2407 407 Kulp, William (A.) 
2589 418 Kulp, William (A.) 
3552 407 ' Kulp, William . 

298 95 Kulp, William . 

304 97 Kulp, Washington 

359.J loi Krupp, Hannah 

2490 415 Krupp, John H. 

372 107 Krupp, Katie H. 

1506 245 , Krupp, Mary 

1784 324 ; Kolb, Nancy 
3556 450 ' Kolb, Peter 
1727 315 Kolb, I'hilip 
1732 317 Kolh, Polly . 

159 52 Kolb, Peggy 

177* 323 Kolb, Samuel 

1974 357 Kolb. Sarah Frances 

1994 360 Kolb, Sarah . 

1998 361 Kolb, Susanna . 

2009 363 Kolb, Susanna . 

2127 386 j Kolb, Sarah . . 

2409 408 j Kolb, Samuel . 

382 no j Kolb Sarah . . 

433 125 I Kolb, Sarah . . 

2487 414 , Kolb, Sarah 
1726 314 ■ Kolb, .Sarah . 

381 109 ' Kolb, Sarah , . 

432 125 Kolb, Sarah . 

3586 463 Kolb, .Susanna . 

13 538 I Kclb, Samuel . 

3607 472 • Kolb, Susanna . 

^963 356 Kolb, Sarah . . 

2408 408 I Kolb, Veronica 

2488 414 ' Kolb, Wilhelmina 
3555 449 I I'^olb, Wilhelmina 

440 126 ■ Koll>, Wilhelmina 

1766 321 Kolb, Yelles . . 

1785 324 ' 



Iiiilivi.iiiHl No. Pa,'c 



3572 
2124 

2413 

368 

1725 
3572 
2233 
2234 
22^6 

2235 
1630 

3539 
212 

391 
1417 

754 

873 

1208 

1217 

1250 

1251 

176 

198 

222 

2377 

12 

161 

1509 
2120 

2372 
2373 
2492 

1505 

179 

40 

160 

1239 



460 

384 
410 

103 
314 

460 

397 
398 
399 
3q8 
280 
438 
71 
116 
224 
141 
146 

157 
161 

183 

183 

59 

69 

73 

403 

22 

54 

246 

383 
400 
401 
416 

243 
60 

34 

54 

171 



L 



Landis, 


Abraham . . 


2105 


i77 


Landis, 


Alpheus 


1953 


352 


Landis, 


Elizabeth . . . 


2100 


375 


Landis, 


Isaac 


2106 


378 


Landis, 


Noah . 


1952 


"i5i 


Landis, 


Mary ... 


2101 


^.76 


Landis, 


Daniel A. . . . 


21C7 


378 



I,andis, Sarah 2104 376 

Landis, Tobias '955 353 

Lederach, Elizabeth . . . 1739 318 

Leidy, Eli 2059 369 

Leidy, josiah 2060 370 

Leidy, Mary 2058 369 

Lichtel, Elias 1797 327 



582 



KULP FAMILY. 



ML 



ludividual No. Page 

Meyer, Agnes 1314 199 

Meyers, Anna 1942 346 

Moyer, Annie 2550 417 

Moyer, Barbara K 1819 332 

Moyer, Christian . . . 1260c 1S6 

Moyei, Isaac K 1S22 334 

Moyer, Isaac 1260a 186 

Moyer, Lydia K 1821 333 

Meyer, Fronica 1260 185 



ludividual No 



Meyer, Henry K. . . 
Meyer, Samuel . . 

Moyer, Susan K. . . 
Miller, Susanna . . . 
Musselman, Elizabeth 
Musselman, Henry . . 
Musselman, Jacob K. . 
Musselman, Samuel 



1940 

1315 

1820 
1421 

1536 
1538 
1537 
1535 



Page 

346 
199 

333 
225 
261 
262 
262 
260 



N 



N xon, Charles 282 

Nixon, William R 283 

Ni.xon, Thomas 284 



89 



Nixnn, Martin . . 
Nixon, Henry M. 
Nixon, Nicholas R. 



285 90 

286 90 

287 91 



o 



Oberholzer, lacob K. . 



1990 359 



R 



Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhfiuse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenliouse, 
Riilenhousc, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenliouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Kittt-nhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Kittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 
Rittenhouse, 



Amos . . . . 


288 


92 


Rittenhouse, 


Martin D. . 


Ann . . . . 


271 


.82 


Rittenhouse, 


Martin B. . 


Ann . . . . 


290 


92 


Rittenhouse 


Martin 


Charles . , . 


252 


76 


Rittenhouse, 


Mary . . . 


Charles A. . 


504 


^33 


Rittenhouse, 


Martha 


Charles . . . 


1864 


336 


Kittenhouse, 


Mary M. . 


David . . . 


261 


80 


Rittenhouse, 


Martin I). . 


David Martin 


910 


146 


Kittenhouse, 


Martin B. . 


Elizabeth . . 


145 


44 


Rittenhouse, 


Nicholas 


Elizabeth . . 


270 


82 


Kittenhouse, 


Nicholas 


Elizabeth . . 


461 


127 


Kittenhouse, 


Nicholas M 


Elizabeth . . 


1456 


235 


Kittenhouse, 


Nicholas 


George P. . . 


254 


77 


Kittenhouse, 


Nicholas . 


George P. . . 


1866 


338 


Kittenhouse, 


Phebe . . 


Henry R. . . 


260 


80 


Rittenhouse, 


Rachel . . 


Henry R. . . 


1872 


340 


Rittenhouse, 


Sarah . . . 


Joseph . . . 


142 


43 


Rittenhouse, 


Sarah . . . 


Jacob D. . . 


146 


44 


Rittenhouse, 


Sarah . . . 


James . . . . 


250 


74 


Rittenhouse, 


Samuel R., 


Josiah . . 


253 


77 


D. . 




James . . . . 


472 


129 


Rittenhouse, 


Susanna . . 


Jacob S. . . . 


537 


134 


Rittenhouse, 


S/Usanna . . 


Jacob D. . . 


1457 


236 


Rittenhouse 


Susanna . . 


James . . . 


1862 


335 


Rittenhouse, 


Van Brandt 


Josiah . . . 


1865 


337 


Rittenhouse, 


William . . 


James . . . 


250 


74 


Rittenhouse, 


William . . 


Martin . . . 


31 


32 


Reiner, Abraham . . . 



M. 



149 
249 
262 

295 
458 
503 
1460 
1861 
143 
251 
460 

1454 

1863 

292 

272 

147 
291 

1458 

273 
148 
263 

1459 
468 

31 

269 
274 



48 
74 
81 

94 
126 

^33 
239 
335 
43 
74 
127 

234 

335 

93 

83 

46 

92 

237 

83 
48 
81 
238 
128 
32 
81 
84 



KULP FAMILY. 



583 



p^ — Continued. 



Imlividual Ko. Page 

Reiner, David 280 87 

Reiner, Emeline 281 88 

Reiner, Hannah 278 86 

Reiner, Levi 277 85 

Reiner, Martin 276 85 

Reiner, Philip H 275 85 

Reiner, Rebecca 279 87 



Reiner, Rev. Jacob 

Ratzel, .\nna . . 

Ratzel, Charles . 

Reift", Henry . . 

Reift, John . . . 

Reift", "Mary . . . 

Reift", William . . 



Ili.Uviiiual Xu. 

• ■ 35SI 
. . 2062 

2063 
. I8IO 
. I8II 

• • IS13 

. . 1809 



Page 
461 

328 
329 
330 
328 



Swartley, Barbara 
Schlichter, Sarah 
Schlichter, John . 
Schlichter, Webster 
Swartley, Barbara 
Stauftcr, Jacob . . 
Schumacher, Catharine 
Schumacher, Elizabeth 
Schumacher, Garret . 
Schumacher, Kate . . 
Schumacher, Michael . 
Schumacher, Nancy . 
Schumacher, Sallie . . 
Snare, Eleanor . . 
Snare, Elizabeth . . . 
Snare, Jacob 
Snare, Leah . . . . 



427 123 

716 140 

717 140 

718 140 
3610 472 
3591 479 
1666 292 

1662 2S9 

1664 290 

3919 521 

3926 522 

1665 291 

1663 290 
3596 468 
3600 469 

3593 467 

3598 468 



Snare, 

Snare, 

Snare, 

Sellers, 

Sellers, 

Sellers, 

Sellers, 

Sellers, 

Sellers. 

Sellers 

Sellers, 

Sellers, 

Sellers, 

Sellers, 

Sellers, 

Sellers 

Sellers 



Mary G. 
Mary A. 
Susan 
, Abraham 
Ann . . 
, Belle . 
, David . 
Elias . 
, Enos . 
, Ephram 
, Granville 
, Jacob . 
, Levi 
, Lizzie 
, Maria . 
, William 
, William H 



3705 


477 


3592 


466 


3599 


469 


10 


527 


3574 


523 


39 


530 


.3577 


525 


9 


526 


3575 


524 


357b 


524 


3b 


529 


3577a 


525 


12 


528 


13 


529 


3577c 


52b 


3577b 526 


II 


528 



I_I 



Umsted, Amanda . . 


485 


l^o 


Umsted, Harry . . 


Umsted, Angeline . . 


. 486 


I SI 


Umsted, Josiah . . 


Umsted, Arnold . . . 


. 258 


79 


Umsted, Julia . . . 


Umsted, Arnold . . . 


. 1870 


339 


Umsted, Morris . . 


Umsted, Catharine . . 


• 259 


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Umsted, Maria 


Umsted, Catharine . . 


. 1871 


340 


Umsted, Thomas R. 


Umsted, Daniel R. . . 


. 482 


129 


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Umsted, Fannie . . . 


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3807 493 I Ziegler, Betsy 3816 497 

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. 3812 496 Ziegler, Dillman 3803 490 

. 3831 502 Ziegler, Dillman 3808 494 



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