Person:Johann Mummert (1)

Johann Georg Mummert
m. ABT 1795
  1. John Mummert1796 - 1879
  2. Moses Mummert1798 - 1879
  3. Jacob Mummert, Jr.1798 - 1861
  4. Samuel Mummert1801 - 1854
  5. Johann Georg Mummert1804 - 1865
  6. Elizabeth Mummert1807 - 1871
  7. Adam Mummert1811 - Aft 1879
Facts and Events
Name Johann Georg Mummert
Gender Male
Birth? 8 DEC 1804 York, York, Pennsylvania
Christening? 12 MAY 1805 St. Paul's (Wolf's) Lutheran Church, West Manchester Twp., York, Pennsylvania
Death? 31 JUL 1865 Dover Twp., York, Pennsylvania
Burial? 1 AUG 1865 Strayer's Cemetery, Dover Twp., York, Pennsylvania
Other? Notes

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Research of Betty Brown; Felton, PA Research of Raymond I. Mummert (deceased); p. 38; in Historical Society of York Co., PA; in Mummert Family File. BIRTH: Orphan's Court Record for Jacob Mummert; York County Courthouse; Docket Q-508. NAME: AKA as George Sr. in the will of his father. Listed as George on the 1860 census. CENSUS: 1850 - On US census of Dover Twp., York Co., PA listed as a farmer with his wife and children #1, 5-6, 8-9 as listed in this book. Viewed in the Census Images at - Source Notation: Dwelling 74, Family 74, Ancestry Image 10 of 54. NOTE: Real estaed valued at $1,600.

             1860 - On US census of Davidsburg, Dover Twp., York, PA with his wife and children #5-6, 8-9 as listed in this report.  Source Notation: p 445-6, House 72, Family 78.  Also viewed in the Census Images at - Source Notation:  Page 12 & 13, Ancestry Image 13 & 14 of 66.  NOTE:  Susan could not read or write.  Real estate valued at $6,000 and personal property at $1,000.

OCCUPATION: Listed as farmer on the 1850 census. WILL: Filed in York County in Book W, p. 434, Filed 3 Aug 1865 and Written on 9 Dec 1864. ABSTRACT OF WILL: He bequeathed to his two sons, Eli Mummert and John Mummert, all his house and kitchen furniture, stock, farming utensils, grain in the ground and all his personal property of whatsoever nature or kind. He bequeatheed unto his two sons, Eli and John, their heirs and assigns, all his plantation or tract of land, which was in Dover Twp. and consisted of 189 acres, in two separate tracts. In consideration of his requests, Eli and John shall keep, and provide suitable boarding, clothing and all other necessaries for his beloved wife Susan during her natural life, and also to live with them, in the house we now occupy. Eli and John were to also take care of her if she bacame ill. He left his son, George, $500. He left his daughter, Eizabeth, $100. He left his daughter Sarah, innermarried with Michael Becker, the sum of $50. He left his daughter Susan, innermarried with Eli Overdeer, the sum of $50. He left his daughter Rebecca, innermarried with Abraham Senft, the sum of $50. His son Eli and nepehw Emanuel were to be executors. NOTE: Daniel is the only son we don't have a date of death on and he isn't mentioned in the will so he must have already been dead by 1864. AGE: Age at death was 60-7-23.