Person:Johannes Stinecipher (1)

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Johannes Stinecipher
b.6 Jul 1698 Eisenfeld, Germany
m. 1687
  1. George Steinseifer1688 -
  2. Johannes Stinecipher1698 - Abt 1757
m. Aug 1723
  1. John Henry Steinseifer1724 - 1816
  2. Elizabeth Steinseifer1726 - 1727
  3. Elizabeth Steinseifer1734 -
  4. Catherine Stonecypher1736 - Abt 1795
  5. Henricus Steinseifer1739 - 1832
  6. Mary SteinseiferABT 1740 -
  7. Katrinka StonecypherAbt 1740 - Abt 1832
  8. Mary Agnesa Steinseifer1742 -
  9. Johannes Stonecipher1743/44 - 1823
  10. Anna Margaretha Steinseifer1748 -
Facts and Events
Name Johannes Stinecipher
Alt Name Johannes Steinseiffer
Gender Male
Alt Birth? 1692 Eiserfeld, Westphalia-Germany
Birth? 6 Jul 1698 Eisenfeld, Germany
Marriage Aug 1723 Germanyto Elizabeth Schuster
Death? Abt. 1757 Culpepper County, Virginia
Alt Death? 1757 Greene Co., TN
Alt Death? 1757 Culpeper County, Virginia

Johannes Stinecipher was one of the Early Settlers of Germanna Colony

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References
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    Most of those obtaining land did so for their own personal use, but there were some land speculators. Among these speculators were William Lenoir, William McClain and Memican Hunt. Many of those settling in Ashe County were probably similar to John Henry Stonecypher. In 1743 Johannes Steinseiffer (1692-1757) arrived in Philadelphia from Eisenfeld, Germany. He settled in Culpepper County, Virginia. Johannes died in the early summer of 1757. Having money in their pockets for the first time, the two elder sons sometime later moved to North Carolina. Honoricus settled on Lewis Fork of Yadkin River at the foot of the Blue Ridge. His brother, Johannes Heinrich (John Henry), moved into Ashe County and was settled on Naked Creek by 1780 at which time his name had already been Anglicized to Stonecypher.

    https://www.nps.gov/parkhistory/online_books/symposia/newriver-84/sec3.htm