Person:Wilhelm Manger (1)

Johann Wilhelm Manger
m. est 1712
  1. Maria Margretha Manger1713 -
  2. Johann Peter Manger1715 - 1718
  3. Hanß Wilhelm Manger1716 - 1720
  4. Anna Elisabetha Manger1719 - 1730
  5. Johann Wilhelm Manger1720 - abt 1788
  6. Anna Manger1724 - 1728
  7. Johann Friedrich Manger1726 - 1729
  8. Anna Barbara Manger1728 - 1788
  9. Eva Elisabeth Manger1732 -
m. 21 Nov 1741
  1. Maria Margretha Manger1742 -
  2. Johannes Monger1745 - bet 1790
  3. Anna Barbara Manger1747 -
  4. Anna Eva Manger1748 - Abt 1830
  5. Henry Monger1754 - aft 1812
  6. David Monger1756 - aft 1802
  7. Mary Mongerest 1760 - 1840
  8. Henry William Monger1762 -
  9. John Charles Monger1764 - 1794
  • HJohann Wilhelm Manger1720 - abt 1788
m. est 1775
Facts and Events
Name[1][5] Johann Wilhelm Manger
Alt Name[2] William Monger
Alt Name[2] Henry Monger
Gender Male
Birth[1] 22 Apr 1720 Walsheim, Landau, Bayern, Germany
Christening[1] 28 Apr 1720 Walsheim, Landau, Bayern, Germany
Marriage 21 Nov 1741 Walsheim, Landau, Bayern, Germanyto Susanna Brodbeck
Marriage est 1775 Virginia, United Statesto
Death[2] abt 1788 Northwest Territorynear Detroit
Occupation[2] blacksmith

William Monger (Manger) 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 443.---19th November, 1771. William Oaler to William Munger, £4, 250 acres, part of 1,900 acres patented 16th September, 1765. one Windleverley's corner; Adam Boyer's corner; one Strickler's corner. Delivered to order of grantee's heirs, 6th September, 1804. (Note: the location of this land is contained in the subsequent transaction between William Oaler and Andrew Bartell, it is listed as "on west side of Shanandore River").


Records of William Monger (Manger) in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 217.--22d December, 1762. William Monger, blacksmith, to Augustine Price and Jacob Persinger, £28, household goods, iron stove, smith tools,; mortgage. Teste: Jacob Nicolos, Archibald Huston.
  • Page 444.--__ _____, 1770. William Owler to Adam Bowyer, £__, 200 acres on north side Shanandore, part of 1,900 acres patented to William Owler, deceased, 16th September, 1766, pond near Strickler's convey; corner David Lowderback; corner William Mungar. Delivered: Adam Bowyer, August, 1781.
  • Page 293.--16th March, 1770. Nicholas Null's estate sold at vendue--To Abram Wright, Augustine Price, Henry Null, Honekil Hoofman, Paushton Ostler, Gill Price, Ponshton Hostler, John Ferrel (Terril), Hauverstine Price, Patrick Dickson, George Null, William McBush, Peter Brinninger, Windle Weaver, Francis Kirtley, Wm. Munger, Alvenious Bowyer, Samuel Muncey, Peter Bunginger, Thos. Birk, Philip Williams, Henry Bingaman. Cash from Charles Fry, John Couch. By Windle Sivers' bond, from Archibald Hughston. By Charles Rush's note, Nicholas Shirley.
  • Vol. 2 - (abt. 1804) - Snyder vs. Munger--O. S. 206; N. S. 73 -- Rockingham. Deed dated 1794, by Henry and David Munger, sons to William Munger, deceased, to Gasper Snider, fL20 acres on Naked Creek, patented to William in 1771. Deed dated 19th October, 1802, by Henry and David Monger, Wm. Monger, Leonard Scratch and Mary his wife, Martin Thophill (Hophill?) Myres and Eve, his wife, surviving heirs of Wm. Munger, late of New Virginia, to Gasper Snider, 220 acres above. Acknowledged in Wayne County, Territory northwest of Ohio River. Recorded in Rockingham, September, 1804.
  • Vol. 2 - Deeds and Maraha (Moerehan) vs. Snider's heirs--O. S. 315; N. S. 112--Bill, 21st June, 1813, by John Marsha and Philip Deeds. They bought land in Rockingham from Casper Snyder on Naked Creek, 200 acres in 1795. Casper is dead without making deed and leaving sons, John, Henry, Jacob, David, daughters, viz: Eve, married to Lawrence Hooran (?); Susanna, married to George Hammer; Catherine, married _____ Cramer; Mary, married to Jacob Shaver; Margaret, married _____ Robertson. Amended bill by John Marsha (?) and Elizabeth, his wife, late Deeds; John, George, Valentine Deeds, children and heirs of Philip Deeds. William Monger, the original patentee (patent, 1771), gave Casper title bond for the land. William Monger died, intestate, leaving sons, John, Henry, David, William; daughters, Mary, married to Leonard Scratch; Eve, married to Martin Theophilus Myers. John Monger, Sr., is dead, intestate, leaving children, viz: Martin, Henry, John, now dead; Susannah, married to Michael Dick; Mary, married to Harmon Aughe (Ohe); Margaret, married to John Peterfish; John Long and Barbara Long now carried to Abraham Louderback, but formerly wife of David Dopplemire, which John and Barbara are children and heirs of Mathias Long, and wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Monger, Sr., and the children of John Monger, Jr., now deceased, to whom Michael Dick is guardian. In 1802 David, William (Jr.) Monger, Leonard Scratch and Mary, Martin Myer and Eve were living in Detroit. Deed, _____, 1794, by Henry and David Monger, sons of Wm. Monger, deceased, both of Rockingham, to Casper Snyder, 220 acres on Naked Creek in Rockingham, granted to William, 3d August, 1771, and by him conveyed to Henry and David by will. Recorded in Rockingham, April, 1794. Deed, _____ _____, by Henry, David, William Monger, Leonard Scratch and Mary, his wife; Martin Theophilus Myres and wife Eve, surviving heirs of William Monger, late of New Virginia, deceased, to Gasper Snyder, the above 220 acres. Acknowledged, 1802, in Wayne County Territory, northwest of the Ohio. Recorded in Rockingham, September, 1804.
  • Vol. 2 - Deck vs. Huston--O. S. 325; N. S. 117--Bill, 1821, by Michael Deck. In 178_, and before statute of entails, William Munger died, leaving estate in Virginia, Kentucky and Upper Canada. He left seven children, viz: John, eldest son; Henry, David, William, Charles, Eve, then married to Martin Tolfel Mayer; Mary, then married to Leonard Cratts. Some years after John died, intestate. Orator married John's daughter Susanna before his death. Orator proposed that William's estate should be divided among all instead of going to John as heir-at-law, which was John's desire. At that time only the heirs of John Munger and Henry and David Munger lived in United States, the rest lived in Upper Canada, and it was generally believed that Charles had been killed by the Indians in some of Wayne's battles, but it was uncertain whether he had left any living children. But Charles had a son Joseph.
  • Vol. 2 - Henry Monger, Sr.; Michael Deck, and Susannah, his wife; late Susannah Monger; John Long and Barbara Long, infants and orphans of Elizabeth Long, deceased, late wife of Mathias Long, who was Elizabeth Monger; Martin Monger; Harman Aughe and Mary, his wife, late Mary Monger; John Monger; Henry Monger, Jr.; John Peter Fish and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Monger, vs. David Monger; Charles Monger; William Monger, Martin Tofflemier and Eve, his wife; Leonard Crotzer and Mary, his wife--Bill filed 30th April, 1802--0. S. 12; N. S. 4--Henry Monger is one of the children of Henry Monger, late of Rockingham, and Susannah Martin, Mary, John Monger, Henry Monger, Jr., and Margaret are children and heirs of John Monger, deceased, late of said County, deceased, who was oldest son of Henry Monger, deceased. John and Barbara Long are the only children of Elizabeth, who was one of children of Jno. Monger. More than 22 years ago, Henry Monger, deceased, being then 66 years old, left Rockingham in company with Charles Monger and William Monger, two of his sons; and Martin Tofflemier and Eve, his wife; and Leonard Crotzer and Mary, his wife; Eve and Mary being two of Henry's daughters, and went to Kentucky. About ten months after, they were all taken by the Indians at Riddle's Station and carried prisoners to Detroit. Shortly after this, Henry died intestate. Answer denies that Henry was never heard of after his capture, because David had received two letters from him since his capture. Henry died about 14 years ago at Detroit, or near there. Henry married about five or six years before he went to Kentucky; he was a blacksmith; had lost use of one hand. Answer speaks of Henry being on his death bed in presence of his wife. Cross bill says Michael Deck is a quack lawyer and common barretor.


Notes

He moved with 4 of his children (Charles, William, Eve and Mary) and the husbands of Eve and Mary, to Kentucky in about 1779, where they were all captured by British forces and Indians[3] and taken to the Detroit area[2].

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Germany. Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898: index. (FamilySearch).

    Johann Wilhelm Manger, born 22 April 1720, christened 28 April 1720 in Walsheim (BA, Landau), Bayern, Germany, son of Hanß David Manger and Susanna

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Chalkley, Lyman. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement in Virginia: Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800. (Rosslyn, Virginia: The Commonwealth Printing Company, 1912-1913 in Three Volumes), 2:60-61, 2:233-34.

    He is called Henry in an Apr 1802 court case (2:60-61) and William in a Jun 1813 court case (2:233-34). The list of his children and some grandchildren in both court cases confirm that these refer to the same person.

    Died "about 14 years ago at Detroit, or near there" (Apr 1802 court case).

  3. Atlas and Gazetteer.
  4.   .

    MANGER, JOHANN WILHELM (1720-1786) He was born in Waltzheim, Germany and was the son of Johan David and Susanna (Weyss) Manger. In America the Manger family were known as "Monger." He was an early blacksmith in Watlzheim and immigrated to Philadelphia in 1749 aboard the ship Dragon. He married Susanna Brodbeck on November 21, 1742 in Waltzheim. William settled in Frederick Co., VA before 1755 and was a blacksmith in the town of Winchester. During the French and Indian War he was a blacksmith for George Washington's army. In 1762 he moved his family to Naked Creek near the present day town of Elkton. He died in 1786 on Hog Island, Michigan Territory.

    http://www.frontierfolk.net/ramsha_research/captivesite.html

  5. While it would be expected that his baptismal name was Wilhelm Heinrich or Heinrich Wilhelm (since his name was given as either Henry or William in court records), he has been identified with the Hanß Wilhelm Manger who married Susanna Brotbeck in 1741 because Susanna Brodbeck is identified as the mother of his son Henry William Monger in the latter's baptismal record (assuming faithful transcription of that record).