Person:Anna Hain (7)

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Anna Elizabeth Hain
d.aft. 1763
m. Bef. 1717
  1. Johannes ArmentroutAbt 1717 - 1753
  2. Anna Elizabeth ArmentroutAbt 1719 -
  3. Johan Phillip ArmentroutAbt 1720/1 - 1790/1
  4. Johan Frederich 'Frederick' ArmentroutAbt 1723 - 1789/90
  5. Christopher Armentrout1724 - 1804
  6. Heinrich 'Henry' ArmentroutAbt 1727 -
  7. Johan Georg ArmentroutAbt 1729 - aft 1805
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Name Anna Elizabeth Hain
Gender Female
Birth? Bef. 1700 Nassau, Palatinate, Germany
Marriage Bef. 1717 Germanyto Michael Armentrout
Death? aft. 1763

Anna Elizabeth Hain was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Information on Anna Elizabeth Hain

Anna Elizabeth Hain came to America aboard Ship Samuel, landing in Philadelphia, PA 27 August 1739. She arrived with her seven children and settled in Berks Co., PA. She moved to Augusta (now Rockingham) Co., VA with her sons Johan Phillip, Johan Frederick, Henrich and George in 1753.


Anna was the sponsor of her grandaughter, Mary Margaret Ermentraudt (daughter of George Armentrout) at Peaked Mountain Church in 1763:

Baptism: Mary Margaret Ermentraudt; 5 December 1763, Peaked Mountain Church - Anna Elisabeth Ermentraudt (Grandmother), Sponsor.