Person:Johannes Fischbach (2)

Watchers
Johannes Fischbach
m. 20 May1683
  1. Clara Fischback1684 -
  2. Anna Els Fischback1685 - Aft 1760
  3. Maria Els Fischback1687 - 1760
  4. Agnes Fischback1689 -
  5. Johannes Fischbach1691 - 1735
  6. Hermann Fischback1693 -
  7. Maria Els Fischback1696 -
  • HJohannes Fischbach1691 - 1735
  • WAgnes Haeger1697 - 1725
m. 1714
  1. Anna Catherine Fischbach1714 - Abt 1734
  2. John Frederick Fishback1716 - 1782
  3. Elizabeth Fishback1723 - 1768
  4. John Henry Fishback1725 - 1730
Facts and Events
Name Johannes Fischbach
Alt Name Johannes Fischbach (John Fishbach)
Gender Male
Birth? 12 Jul 1691 Siegen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany
Other? 12 Jul 1691 Siegen, Nassau-Siegen, GermanyChristened
Marriage 1714 Virginiato Agnes Haeger
Death? 11 Mar 1735 Germantown, Fauquier County, Virginia

Early Land Acquisition in Virginia

Acquisition of Land from Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants:

  • B-190: John Fischback of Stafford County, 280 acres in King George County on Rappahannock above Great Run. 27n Feb. 1728/9. [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1694-1742, Vol. 1, Gertrude E. Gray, pg. 97].
  • C-158: John Fischback of Prince William County, 1,028 acres in Prince William County on Broad run of Occaquon adj. John Toward, on Goose Creek. 112 June 1731. [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1694-1742, Vol. 1, Gertrude E. Gray, pg. 109].

Records in Virginia

  • A-63: Capt. Thomas Hooper late srvr. made a surv. for the Germans seated upon Licking Run of Occaquan in Stafford County. Germans returned platt by Thomas Barber surveyor for 1,805 acres 108 Per. Grant in names of 3 of their members that are naturalized: John Fishback, John Hoffman, & Jacob Holtzclaw in Stafford County 22 Aug. 1724. [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1694-1742, Vol. 1, Gertrude E. Gray, pg. 76].
  • C-198: Jacob Holtzclaw of Prince William County, Virginia, 362 acres in Prince William County on Goose Creek and Broad Run Mts. adj. John Fischback. 9 July 1731. [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1694-1742, Vol. 1, Gertrude E. Gray, pg. 79].

Notes

Johannes was christened in 1691. His godfather was Johannes, son of Johann Holzklau.

Johannes immigrated from Germany to Virginia and settled in Germanna (now Orange County, Virginia). He later moved to Germantown, Fauquier County, Virginia about 1721.