Person:Hans Rader (1)

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Hans Adam Rader, of North River of the Shenandoah
m. 1700
  1. Anna Maria Margareth Rader1703 - 1772
  2. Johann Henrich RaderAbt 1704 - 1787
  3. Hans Adam Rader, of North River of the ShenandoahAbt 1706 - 1773
  4. Johann Hans Michael Rader1714 - 1791
  5. Louisa Rader1716 - 1723
  6. Maria Katherina Rader1720 - 1786
  • HHans Adam Rader, of North River of the ShenandoahAbt 1706 - 1773
  • WAnna Barbara Bender1708 - 1773
m. August 1723
  1. Matthias RaderAbt 1726 - Bef 1789
  2. Adam RaderABT 1727 - 1783
  3. Rachael Rader1732 - 1773
  4. John Hans Rader1733 -
  5. Catherine Rader1734 -
  6. Samuel Rader1740 - 1772
  7. Elizabeth Rader1742 -
  8. George Rader1743 - 1816
  9. Anthony RaderABT 1745 - BEF 1826
  10. Elizabeth RaderABT 1749 -
  11. Child RaderABT 1751 -
Facts and Events
Name Hans Adam Rader, of North River of the Shenandoah
Gender Male
Birth? Abt. 1706 Mutterstadt,Rineland, Pfalz, Germany
Marriage August 1723 Germanyto Anna Barbara Bender
Death? April 18, 1773 Timberville, Rockingham County, Virginia

Hans Adam Rader was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 492.--21st November, 1751. Thomas West and Christian (tiana) to Adam Rider, 1751, 186 acres on Willing's Creek of North River of Shanandore. Delivered: George Rider, 26th April, 1755.
  • Page 416.--10th March, 1757. Cornelius Robinson, of Anson County and Province North Carolina, to Adam Reider (Rider), £60, 400 acres on North River Shannando on both sides Fort Run. Teste: Michael Warren.
  • Page 418.--10th March, 1757. Same to same (Cornelius Robinson, of Anson County and Province North Carolina, to Adam Reider (Rider)),. Whereas Cornelius empowered to make deed for this land by will of his father, Charles Robinson, which will is recorded in Anson County Court in North Carolina, as appears by the copy certified by the Clerk, Jno. Frohock, £60, 400 acres on a branch of North River of Shanando called Fort Run.


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 442.--__ _____, 1757. Adam Rader and Barbara (signed in German, Adam Rader, Bora ( ) Rädjiou) to Matbias Rader (Rider), £50, 100 acres, part of 400 acres on North River of Shanando, patented to Cornelius Robinson, 15th March, 1744, and conveyed by him to Adam.
  • Page 445.-- 1757. Same (Adam Rader and Barbara (signed in German, Adam Rader, Bora ( ) Rädjiou)) to Alex. Painter (Bender), £50, 250 acres, part of 480 acres above, a corner made for the division of Mathias Rader's part. Delivered: George Skiliron, 13th March, 1761.
  • Page 437.--2d August, 1761. Adam Reder and Barbary ( ) to Alexander Painter, £5, adjoining land said Paitner lives on. Raider's old patent, 20 acres. Teste: Burr Harrison, Robert Peyton, Andrew ( ) Trumboer.
  • Page 439.--10th August, 1761. Adam Raider and Barbary to Matthios Raider, £20, 100 acres adjoining land Matthios lives on; cor. Alex. Painter. Teste: Burr Harrison, Robert Peyton, Andrew ( ) Trumboer.
  • Page 442.--10th August, 1761. Same (Adam Raider and Barbary) to George Rader, £20, adjoining land Adam lives on, 200 acres.
  • Page 446.--5th August, 1761. Same (Adam Raider and Barbary) to Teter Couts, £10, on Walnut Creek, branch of North River of Shanando, James Gill's old patent, being same 186 acres taken up by said James. Teste: John Thomas, Robert Williams, Frederick ( ) Benter. Delivered: Teter Couts, February, 1779.
  • Page 227.--20th May, 1765. Adam Reider and Anna, and Alexander Painter (Peinter) and Margret, to Peter Schol and Michael Neice, divers good causes and considerations thereunto moving, but more especially for the Glory of God and the Preaching his Precious Gospel, lease, small quantity of land for the building of a church house or proper place to meet to worship God in, to Peter Scholl in behalf of the Presbyterian Church and to Michael Neice in behalf of the church called the Lutherine Church, back of said meeting house where it now stands, three acres. Delivered: 16th February, 1785.
  • Page 237.--6th December, 1766. Adam Rider to Jacob Hite, gent., of Frederick, covenant and yearly rent. Lease of tract known as Rider's hundred acres tract, northwest of tract whereon Adam now lives, 100 acres, for ten years, at yearly rental of £200; said mine or mines which are now opened or any other thtat may be hereafter opened, lease may be extended if the mines prove profitable.

Will of Adam Rader

From Chalkley's:

  • Page 82.-- --A copy and translation of the will of Adam Reader, deceased, April 18th, 1773--To wife and true helpmate; to son, Mathias Reader; to son, George Reader; to son, Anthony Reader; to son, Adam Reader; to 3 daughters. Deed to be made for land sold to Nicholas Carn. Abram Bird and testator's son Adam shall pay £20 that they received from Jacob Hite in the name of my daughter Elizabeth, which is to be shared between her 3 children. Teste: Jacob Cepliner, Anthony Reader, Jacob Mire (Mover). 18th May, 1773--Translation proved by Jacob Moyer and will proved by Jacob Moyer and Jacob Kiplenger. Adam Reader qualified with Jacob Trumbo, Jacob Bear, Abraham Bird.
  • Page 119.--18th April, 1773. Adam Reader's estate appraised by John Thomas (2 Germans).


Processioning List of 1755

"Processioning" was the periodic review and agreement of property lines between settler's lands. Processioning Lists are useful in determining the general area of a settlers lands and their neighbors at specific time periods:


  • Vol. 2 - Page 150.--1755: Thos. Moore and David Robson processioned as follows, viz: For Adam Reader, present Arnold Custard, Alex. Painter; for Adam Burd; for Nicholas Cane, present his son, Daniel Cane; for John Miller; for Wm. Pickins; for Jno. Porting; for Wm. Caslberry; for Wm. Hopkins, present Thos. Shanklin; for Francis Green; for Thomas Gordon; for James Beggs, present Uriah Humble; for Jacob Bare; for Jacob Trumbo, present Amrode Lamb; for Rees Thomas, present Jno. Thomas; for John Bare; for Thomas Moore, present Francis Hieghl; for David Robson.


Records of Adam Rader in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:


  • Page 128.--23d December, 1748. John Johnston's will--Wife, Hannah. Executors, wife and John Dobins. Teste: Adam Reder, Mathias Reeder, Wm. James. Proved, 17th May, 1749, by all witnesses. Both executors granted administration.
  • Page 170.--16th August, 1749. John Johnston's appraisement by John Miller, Adam Rider, Thomas Moore.
  • Page 409.--22d August, 1751. Henry Carson's appraisement by John Dobikin, Adam Reader, Alex. Painter.
  • Page 476.--25th December, 1752. Peter Cotner's will. Yeoman. Eldest son, George; 2d son, Peter. Daughter, Mary, infant, under 18. Wife, Mary. Four children. (George is to pay his youngest brother £__ of coming of age). Teste: Michael Waren, Samuel Holdman, Thos. Moore. Executors, wife, Mary, and Adam Rider. Proved, 21st March, 1753, by all witnesses; Danl. holdman and executors qualify, with surety Jacob Bare. (Note: this is probably Peter Koiner (Coiner))
  • Page 383.--10th February. 1757. Jno. Bumgardner, Jr., heir to Jno. Bumgardner, deceased, to Robert Ellet (Elliot), £15, 250 acres on a branch of Cub Run. Teste: Uriah Humble, Adam Reder. Delivered: Robert Elliot. November, 1758.
  • Page 411.--10th August, 1761. Jacob Bear (Bare, Bair) and Barbary ( ) to John Bare, £20. on Fort Run; cor. Raider's land, 130 acres. Teste: Burr Harrison, Adam Rcder, Mathias Reder. Dieivered: Jas. Craig, February, 1763.
  • Page 358.--21st _____, 1764. Cathrine Painter's estate appraised by Adam Rider, Mathias Beder. (Note: the "Mathias Beder" (probably Bender) listed in this record is most likely related to Adam Rader's wife, Anna Bender).
  • Page 227.--20th May, 1765. Adam Reider and Anna, and Alexander Painter (Peinter) and Margret, to Peter Schol and Michael Neice, divers good causes and considerations thereunto moving, but more especially for the Glory of God and the Preaching his Precious Gospel, lease, small quantity of land for the building of a church house or proper place to meet to worship God in, to Peter Scholl in behalf of the Presbyterian Church and to Michael Neice in behalf of the church called the Lutherine Church, back of said meeting house where it now stands, three acres. Delivered: 16th February, 1785.
  • Page 2.--__ day of May, 1768. George Reader and Margaret ( ) to Jacob Kiblinger, £, a certain tract of land in Frederick which said Kiblinger formerly lived on that he purchased of Peter Cotten's heirs, 200 acres at a place called Sinking Spring; corner land Adam Reader lives on. Delivered: Daniel Rose, June, 1779.
  • Page 209.--10th April, 1769. Isaac Brackfield's. estate appraised, by Adam Reider, John Thomas, Rudie Mauk.
  • Page 334.--11th April A. D., 1769 (vid p. 150, supra.). The moveable effects of Isaac Brackfield. deceased, sold at public auction as follows, viz: Drs. William Barefield, John Bear, Anthony Rader, Michael Lamb, Jacob Holman, Mathias Rader, Jacob Miller, Conrad Humble, Michael Kintner, Thomas Pickens, James Johnson, Christopher Brackfield, George Kintner, Saml. Nicholas, Rese Thomas, Martin Craider, Adam Rader, Sr., George Trumbo, James Cain, James Beggs, Michael Hannegam, Jacob Brackfield.
  • Page 213.--14th May, 1771. Alexander Painter and Margaret ( ) to Christly Painter, £100. parts of several tracts patented to said Alexander, on waters of North River of Shannndoah. Thomas Moore's survey, crossing Fort Run, corner land purchased by Alexander from Adnm Raider, containing 279 acres. Delivered: Christly Painter. November Court, 1773.
  • Page 79.--23d January, 1773. William Stalp's (Stolp?) will--Executors, wife Elizabeth, son John; blacksmith tools to be sold; to son, John; to daughter. Margaret; daughter, Mary; to son, Hennery, both old and new plantations. "And 1 further order for my loving wife one-half of the plantation to Adam Orban joining to the County line." "Margaret and Mary to have as much as the two oldest daughters had when they married." To residuary legatees. wife and children John Stalp, Catherine, Elizabeth, Margaret, Mary, Henry. Teste: Adam Reader (and two German names) Proved, 18th May, 1773. by Mathias Lair and Catherine Lair (Leher?). Executors qualify (Catharine her mark) with John Gratton, Mathias Lear.

Raders Lutheran Church

Alexander Painter and Adam Rader donated land in 1765 for the building of "Raders Lutheran Church" in Rockingham County, Virginia. A monument was erected in commemeration of the donation:



Information on Hans Adam Rader

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360. Hans Adam Rader , Jr., born Abt. 1706 in Mutterstadt,Rineland PF ALZ, Germany73; died April 18, 1773 in Timberville, Va.-at his plantation74. He was the son of 720. Johann Adam Rader and 721. Anna Katharina Deibert Tauber. He married 361. Anna Barbara Bender August 1723 in Germany7 361. Anna Barbara Bender, born November 15, 1708 in Ittlingen, Wuerttemburg, Germany; died 1773 in Timberville, Rockingham Co., Va.76. She was the daughter of 722. Johann Matthias Bender and 723. Anna Catherine Voltz.

Children of Hans Rader and Anna Bender are:
i. Matthias Rader, born Abt. 1726 in Philadelphia Co., PA.; died Bef. June 1789 in Timberville, Rockingham County, VA.; married Jessie Bender.
ii. Adam Rader, born Abt. 1727 in Bethlehem, Legih Co., Pa.; died 1783 in Shenadoah County, Va.; married Margaret Maria Zimmerman WFT Est. 1742-1771 in Northampton Co., PA.
iii. Rachael Rader, born 1732 in Bethlehem, Pa.77; died 177378.
iv. John Hans Rader, born 1733 in Bethlehem, Pa.79; died WFT Est. 1734-182380.
v. Catherine Rader, born 1734 in Bethlehem, Pa.81; died WFT Est. 1735-182882.
vi. Samuel Rader, born 1740 in Bethlehem, Pa.83; died 177284.
vii. Elizabeth Rader, born 1742 in Bethlehem,North Hampton Co., Pa.85; died WFT Est. 1743-183686.
viii. George Rader, born 1743 in Bethlenhem, North Hampton Co., PA87; died 1816 in Greenbrier Co. W.Va.88; married (1) Wife; married (2) Catherine Jones WFT Est. 1760-179289; married (3) Margaret Bef. 1768.
ix. Anthony Rader, born Abt. 1745 in Augusta Co. Va.90; died Bef. June 06, 1826 in Greenbrier Co. W. Va91; married (1) Dorothea Alexander June 23, 1772 in Shenandoah Co. Va.92; married (2) Catherine Anna Airy March 29, 1778 in Shenandoah Co., VA; married (3) Elizabeth Skein February 05, 1820 in Shenandoah Co., VA.
x. Elizabeth Rader, born Abt. 1749.
xi. Child Rader, born Abt. 1751.