Blickensderfer and related families - Person Sheet
Blickensderfer and related families - Person Sheet
NameBenjamin LEINBACH
Birth12 Sep 1746, Oley, Berks County, PA
Deathabt 1794, North Carolina
Spouses
Birth5 Jul 1747
Death11 Sep 1800, Bethania, Stokes, North Carolina
BurialDobbs Parish Cem, Forsyth County, North Carolina
FatherAndreas VOLCK Jr. (1722-1790)
MotherMaria Margaretha ROMIG (1722-1804)
Marriage17 Jan 1769, Rowan Co, NC
ChildrenFrederick (1769-)
 Johanna (1771-)
 Heinrich (1772-1785)
 Maria Catharina (1774-)
 Christina (1775-)
 Elizabeth (1777-)
 Maria Magdalena (1778-)
 Barbara (1780-)
 Benjamin (1782-1828)
 Esther (1783-1872)
 Susanna (1786-)
 Eva (1790-)
Notes for Benjamin LEINBACH
Genealogy of Leinbach-Lineback Families, pp NC 8, NC 18.

Listed among men resident in Bethania 1775-1783 (Records 4:1923)

1:376, Dec. 30, 1768. Benjamine Leinbach came to Br. Graff and announced his engagement to Andreas Volk's daughter, Christine, and asked for the publication of the Banns, and that we would marry him. For the latter he was referred to Br. Loesch as Justice of the Peace; the Banns can be published by Br. Bachhoff as Public Reader and Clerk of Dobbs Parish.

Records 6:2520, Bethabara 28 Nov. 1794, Br. Hessler visited Benjamin Leinbach, who was badly hurt during the raising of a building in the neighborhood. Because of pain and misery he took little notice of anything.

I don't find a record for his burial in any of the Moravian graveyards, and this is the only mention of him in this volume. Was he actually a member? and if not, could he be in the non-Moravian graveyard at Bethabara?

Christen: Date: SEP 1746 Place: Oley, Berks Co., Pennsylvania
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