Person:Jacob Kimberling (2)

Jacob Friedrich Kimberling
b.23 February 1721/22 Wuerttemberg, Germany
m. 18 FEB 1695/96
  1. Jacob Friedrich Kimberling1721/22 - 1763
m. 30 JAN 1740/41
  1. Johann Adam Kimberling1743 - 1805
m. 14 JUL 1744
  1. Paulzer Kimberling1751 - bef 1808
  2. Michael Kimberling1753 - 1826
  3. Maria Catharina 'Mary' Kimberlin1755 - 1821
Facts and Events
Name[1] Jacob Friedrich Kimberling
Alt Name Jacob Kimberlin
Alt Name Jacob Friedrich Kuemmerlin
Gender Male
Birth[1] 23 February 1721/22 Wuerttemberg, Germany
Marriage 30 JAN 1740/41 , Heuchelberg, , Wuerttemberg, Germanyto Maria Eva Katharina Schmaltzhaf
Marriage 14 JUL 1744 Wuerttemberg, Germanyto Maria Magdalena Schumacher
Death[1][2][3] 11 October 1763 Killed by Indians at Walker's Creek Near New River
Reference Number? 5328

Jacob Kimberling was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Estate Records

  • Page 411.--20th August, 1765. Mary Magdalene Kimberland's bond (with Jos. Robinson) as administratrix of Jacob Kimberland.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 20, 1765. - (441) Susanna Shaddon qualified administratrix of husband, Mathew Shaddon. Mary Magdalene Kimberland qualified administratrix of husband, Jacob Kimberland.

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - FEE BOOKS OF AUGUSTA COURT - 1765-- page 95, Susannah Shaddon, R. Oak; Mary Magdalene Kimberland, R. Oak. (Note: this appears to be Jacob Kimberlin's wife, Mary Magdalene, just after Jacob's death in 1763).
  • Vol. 2 - Neill vs. Duigess--O. S. 191; N. S. 67--In 1763 Michael Kimberling's father made a settlement on now Kimberling's fork of Walker's Creek in present Tazewell County, where he was killed by Indians. (Note: proves Michael as a son of Jacob).


Information on Jacob Kimberling

JACOB KIMBERLING HAD A SECOND MARRIAGE AFTER MARIA SCHMALZHAF DIED IN GERMANY. ADAM WAS BORN TO THE FIRST WIFE. THE SECOND WIFE WAS MAGDALENA SCHUMACHER.

THE FIRST TWO CHILDREN WERE THE OFFSPRING OF JACOB AND HIS FIRST WIFE. THE REST WERE THE PROGENY OF THE SECOND WIFE.

11 OCT., 1763 JACOB KIMBERLIN WAS KILLED BY INDIANS NEAR WINSTON MEADOWS ON WALKER CREEK BRANCH OF KIMBERLING CREEK AND JACOB'S NEW SETTLEMENT CALLED KIMBERLIN IN PRESENT BLAND CO., VA.

29 SEPT., 1750 JACOB FRIEDRICH KUMMERLIN /KUEMMERLE/KIMBERLIN/KIMBERLING SIGNED THE 3 QUALIFYING LISTS AT PHILADELPHIA, PA AS DEPARTING ON THE SHIP OSGOOD CAPTAINED BY WM. WILKIE WITH 486 PEOPLE ABOARD WITH ONE STOP AT COWES, ENGLAND AND ARRIVING ON THIS SAID DATE. OSGOOD 1750 WAS WRITTEN IN THE KB*

Note: FAMILY GROUP SHEETS WERE DISCOVERED IN THE FILES IN SALT LAKE DURING THE SPRING OF 1992. THESE RECORDS HAVE BEEN IN SLC SINCE THE 1950'S AND 60'S. CONTRIBUTORS WERE A WAGNER AND A ZEYER.


Citations

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=br1&id=I2234
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 W. Paul Gilbert. Paul Gilbert's Genealogica Collection - Kimberling Information.
  2. Headley, Robert K. Genealogical Abstracts from 18th-century Virginia Newspapers. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, c1987), pg. 195.

    Kimberlin, Jacob, killed by Indians near New River in [Oct.] 1763. (VG 4 NOv. 1763).

  3. Killed by Indians.

    See general note on this person.