Person:Johann Alspach (1)

Johann Jacob Alspach
  1. Johann Jacob Alspach1748 - 1815
m. Abt 1770
  1. Esther Alspach
  2. Henry Alspach
  3. Johanna Alspach
  4. John Alspach
  5. Magdalena Alspach
  6. George Alspach1778 - 1844
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Johann Jacob Alspach
Gender Male
Birth? 23 Oct 1748 , , Berks County, Pennsylvania,
Marriage Abt 1770 to Anna Maria Rausch
Military[3][4] Bet 1777 and 1778 , Windsor Twp, Berks County, Pennsylvania,
Census[5] 1810
Death? 3 Nov 1815 , Bloom Twp, Fairfield County, Ohio,
Burial? Betzer Cemetery, Bloom Twp, Fairfield County, Ohio,
  1. Cemetaries of Bloom Twp, Fairfield Co., Ohio. (Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996)
    DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Died in the 64th year of his age".; p 86.
  2. Arlene McLennan. Descendants of Johannes Alspach
    JOHAN JACOB ALSPACH, b. October 23, 1748, Berks County, Pennsylvania; d. November 03, 1815, Bloom Township, Fairfield County, Ohio; m. ANNA MARIA RAUSCH, Abt. 1770; b. 1752 or 1744, Windsor Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania; d. February 08, 1815, Fairfield County, Ohio. Both buried: Old Betzer Cemetery, Bloom Township, Fairfield County, Ohio. Military service 1: PVT., 4th Class, Capt. Daniel Will's 7th Company, 3rd. Battalion, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Occupation: Farmer. Residence: Windsor, Berks County, Pennsylvania. First of family to go to Ohio.
  3. Alspaugh, Linnie Nutter and Alspaugh, Emma Joyce Hamilton. Solomon Alspach Ancestors Descendants Related Families 1750-1975. (1976).
  4. "A Jacob Alspach was enrolled sometime during the period 1777-1778 as a private 4th class in Capt. Daniel Will's 7th Co. 3rd Battalion, Berks County Militia, according to the evidence for the Fine Book of Berks County, age 54, bearing the notation, "paid fine 1777 (for nonattendence)." Residence ascribed: Windsor Township. I believe this to be our Jacob Alspach as he is the Jacob I have found who would be an adult at this time." Baptismal records show a Jacob Alspach was listed as a sponsor to the 1770 baptism of Heinrich Alspach at St. Paul's Congregation in Windsor Township in 1770.
  5. probably living in Ohio