Person:Johann Lederer (2)

Find records: birth marriage
m. 31 Oct 1710
  1. Johann Paulus Lederer1709 - 1780
  • HJohann Paulus Lederer1709 - 1780
  • WMargaret Clorebef 1720 - aft 1758
m. bef 1736
  1. Joshua Lederer
  2. John Leathersabt 1736 - 1818
  3. Paul Ledererabt 1737 -
  4. Nicholas Ledererabt 1738 -
  5. Michael Ledererabt 1740 - 1806
  6. Margaret Ledererabt 1744 -
  7. Susanna Ledererabt 1746 -
  8. Samuel Ledererabt 1753 - bef 1820
  9. Mary Ledererabt 1755 - aft 1800
Facts and Events
Name Johann Paulus Lederer
Alt Name[1] Johann Paulus Leatherer
Gender Male
Birth? 17 Jan 1709 Schwaigern, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Marriage bef 1736 Culpepper County, Virginiato Margaret Clore
Alt Marriage bef 20 Jun 1751 Culpepper County, Virginiato Margaret Clore
Death[2] 5 Nov 1780 Bromfield Parish, Culpepper County, Virginia

Johann Paulus Lederer was one of the Early Settlers of Germanna Colony

Image:Germanna Banner.jpg


Early Migration to Germanna Colony

Johann Paulus Lederer was an early immigrant from Germany. He arrived in Philadelphia on the "Johnson" in September, 1732 and settled in the Germanna Colony in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married Margaret Clore, daughter of Michael Clore, another early Germanna settler.[1]

References
  1. Germanna Record. (Germanna Foundation), p. 87.

    B. C. Holtzclaw, "The Second Germanna Colony of 1717" Record No. 6 (1965)

    On 18 Sep 1733, he was listed as a "German Immigrant" passenger to Philadelphia on the Johnson Galley, mastered by David Crockett of London. [citing Strassburger, Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Vol. 1, pp. 72, 76 & 78]

    By 1735, he was in the Germanna colony in Virginia.

  2. Culpeper, Virginia, United States. Wills, Bk C, p. 146, bef 5 Nov 1780.

    His will mentions his wife Margaret, and children Michael, Nicholas, Samuel, John, Paul, Joshua, Susannah Leatherer, Mary Yowell, and Margaret Leatherer. It was probated 21 Nov 1780

  3.   Keith, Arthur Leslie. Clore-Glore Family Genealogy Manuscript.

    The earliest date he can be proven to be in the Hebron Community is 13 Jul 1737, on which he witnessed a deed of Nicholas Yaeger to Adam Yaeger.