Person:Frederick Hevener (1)

Frederick Hevener
m. Bef. 1741
  1. Ludwig HevenerABT 1741 -
  2. Jacob Havener1744 - 1811
  3. Frederick Hevenerest 1746 - 1817
  4. Maria Johanna 'Hannah' Havener1747 - ABT 1837
  5. Catreen HevenerABT 1748 -
  6. John Heavner1748 -
  7. Ruth HevenerABT 1749 - ABT 1803
  8. Catherine Heavner1750 - ABT 1794
  9. Charity HeavenerBEF 1755 - ABT 1794
  10. Margaret Heffner1758 - 1830
  • HFrederick Hevenerest 1746 - 1817
  1. Catherine HevenerABT 1768 - 1855
  2. Elizabeth Hevener1771 - 1826
  3. Jacob Hevener1773 - 1860
m. ABT 1767
  1. John A Hefner1780 - 1862
Facts and Events
Name Frederick Hevener
Gender Male
Birth[1] est. 1746 Rehresburg, Berk Co, PA, United StatesRehresburg PA United States
Marriage ABT 1767 South Branch, Pendleton, VA, United StatesSouth Branch VA United States
to Elizabeth Mouse
Death? 16 NOV 1817 Brandywine, WV, United StatesBrandywine WV United States

Frederick Hevener (Havener) was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

  • Page 163 - Frederick Havenor, 19 acres, South Fork of the Potomac. Adjoining his own land, Robert Davis. Dec. 18, 1769. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 59]. (Note: this record of Frederick Havener acquiring land in 1769 most likely puts Frederick's birthdate "before 1748", since he would have had to have been an adult to engage in this transaction).
  • Page 475.--20th August, 1770. Robert Davis and Sarah to Frederick Havoner, £10, 33 acres on South Fork of South Branch of Potowmack, part of 327 acres whereon said Davis lives; said Hevener's corner. Delivered: David Steel, per order, 28th September, 1817.

Records of Frederick Hevener in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

  • Page 213.--5th April, 1769. Nicholas Havenor's will - To wife Elizabeth, 1/3 of all estate whether in this Colony or any other, and his iron stove, executrix; to son Jacob, executor, land on South Fork, wagon and geers, 1/2 of cuper tools; to son Frederick, part of tract on South Forke on which testator lives, and a tract purchased of Robert Davis; to daughter Catren; to daughter (?). Teste: Mathew Patton, Robert Davis, James Stephenson. Proved, 20th June. 1769, by Patton and Davis. Executors qualify, with Robert Davis, Henry Stone.

Information on Frederick Hevener (Havener)

{geni:about_me} Frederick is the only of Nicholas' children for whom there does not appear to be a baptism record nor a firm date and place ofbirth. The three older children in the family were born in Tulpehocken Township and christened Christ Lutheran Church nea rStouchsburg, Tulpehocken Township, Berk Co., PA. In the late 1750 Nocholas purchased two tracts of land at Rehresburg,Tulpehocken Township. This new Haeffner home was some 6 to 8miles north of the previous family home at Tulpehocken. Thefirst church at Rehresburg was known as either Altoloe or Altalaha Lurtheran Church and formly dedicated in 1857. However,the records of the Rev. Casper Stover show the baptism of Ann Elizabetha Troester at Altahoe Church on July 1, 1753 with thesponsors of Nicholas Haeffner and wife. In the absence of a baptismal record for Frederick in Pennsylvania it may well be assumed that he was born after the family move in 1750 and prior to the first recorded Baptism atthe Rehresburg church in 1753. The family appears to have left for Virginia before there more recorded baptisms or other record of the family at Rehresburg.


  1. {geni:county} Berk Co