m. 6 Nov 1703
Facts and Events
Early Land Acquisition in Orange County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:
(Note: Ziriachus (Cyriacus) Fleishman was the father-in-law of Jacob Broyles).
Information on Hans Jacob Broyles
From "Thomas Wieland (Wayland) and related lines": (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~wayland/wayland/pafg08.htm#1158)
NOTE: Germanna Record No. Six, p.19
Came over with his father and was an adult when arrived from Germany, as he proved his own importation 2 May 1727. His 9 sons and 3 dtrs. and their lines are mentioned in the Keith work: "The Germanna Colony of 1717" (William and Mary College Quarterly, First Series, Vol. 26, pp.79-95, 178-195, 234-249).
Following quoted from John Blankenbaker's notes:
Henry Schlucter was born 7 May 1697. Before he was a year old, his father died on 13 Feb 1698. About three years later, Anna Barbara Schne married her third husband, Cyriacus Fleischmann on 5 May 1701. At this time, she was thirty-six years old. Two surviving children were born in this third marriage in Neuenbrg, the small village where Anna Barbara had lived her life.
1.Maria Catharina Fleischmann, b. 26 Jan 1704, 2.Hans Peter Fleischmann, b. 10 Apr 1708.
Anna Barbara was now forty-three years old. Her eldest son, John Nicholas "Blankenbaker" was twenty-six years old.
In 1717, Anna Barbara, her third husband, Cyriacus, and her seven children, and four grandchildren left for the new world, Pennsylvania to be more exact. Surprisingly they all seem to have survived the trip.
Maria Catherine Fleshman married (Hans) Jacob Broyles in Virginia. They had eleven children:
Adam Broyles, b. 1728, m. Mary Wilhoit, Nicholas Broyles, b. c1730, m. Dorothea Crisler, Cyrus Broyles, b. c.1732, m. Mary Wilhoit, Jacob (Jacob 2) Broyles, b. 1735, m. Elizabeth Yowell, Peter Broyles, b. 1737, m. Elizabeth Blankenbaker, Catherine Broyles, b. c.1740, m. John Wayland, Michael Broyles, b. Jun 1740, m. Elizabeth Klug, Elizabeth Broyles, b. c.1740, m. Conrad Wilhite, John Broyles, b. c.1745, m.1, Margaret ___, m.2 Frances ____, Zacharias Broyles, b. c.1744, m. Delilah Clore, Mathias Broyles, b. c.1746, m. Eve Klug.
The German history is courtesy of the research of Margaret James Squires. The Fleshman history I have taken from "Our Families" by Larry G. Shuck. Larry was assisted ably by Ardys Hurt.
As is often the case, not all researchers agree, and I would say that Peter Broyles married Elizabeth ____ (perhaps Finks) who was a stepdaughter of Zacharias Blankenbaker.
Peter Broyles, b. c.1745, m. Elizabeth ____ (perhaps Finks).
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
In 12/98, I received an email from the below person:
Jacob A. Broyles m. Catherine Fleishman l Catherine Broyles m. John Wayland (she is my 6th Great Aunt)
Jacob Broyles m. Elizabeth Yowell
Lewis/Louis Broyles m. Mary Cain/McCain (He is my 4th great grandfather. Louis was a soldier in the American Revolution).
James Allen Broyles m. Nancy Caroline Waddle
Jonathan Montgomery Broyles m. Sarah Jane Reaves
Oscar Owen Broyles m. Elizabeth Hollinger
Mabel Lillian Broyles m. (1) Robert Schneider (2) Delos Linton
Elizabeth Emily Schneider (me) m. Charles Pearson Jinks
(Elizabeth Schneider Jinks) cp.ee.jinks@@worldnet.att.net
Maria Catharina FLESHMAN [Parents] was born on 26 Jan 1704 in Neuenberg, , Germany. She died after 1771 in , Culpeper Co., Virginia and was buried in Bromfield Parish. Maria married Jacob BROYLES in 1727.
NOTE: Germanna Record No. Six, p.19; Keith, p.90. The English version of her name after she arrived was "Mary Catherine." The name Fleischmann is not unusual in German. It means "flesh" plus "man" or a butcher.
http://skyways.lib.ks.us/kansas/genweb/mhgs/S167.htm 260. Jacob Broyles: 26 March 1705, Germany; d 1763, Culpeper County, VA
(now Madison County)
261. Mary Catharine Fleishman: b 26 January 1703/04, Neuenburg, Baden, Germany