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Generation No. 3

 

3.  ULRICH3 HAPS (JOACHIM2, PETER1)11 was born Circa 1644 in Toess, Switzerland11, and died October 04, 1688 in Brombach/Odenwald, Germany11.  He married (1) BARBARA PREUSCH11 July 16, 1667 in Brombach/Odenwald, Germany11, daughter of WOLF PREUSCH.  She died January 21, 1674 in Brombach/Odenwald, Germany11.  He married (2) ELISABETH MURR11 May 24, 1674 in Brombach/Odenwald, Germany11, daughter of VALENTINE MURR.  She was born Bet. 1653 - 165411, and died March 05, 1690 in Brombach/Odenwald, Germany11.

 

Notes for ULRICH HAPS:

Ulrich Haps was killed in the forest when a tree crushed his chest.

More About ULRICH HAPS:

Name 2: Joh. Ulrich Haps

Baptism: June 01, 1644, Swiss Protestant, Toess, Switzerland

Burial: Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

Immigration: Bet. 1649 - 1655, Palatinate/Sinsheim area of Germany

Occupation: Master Tailor

Religion: Swiss Protestant, Toess, Switzerland

 

More About BARBARA PREUSCH:

Burial: Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

Religion: Lutheran

 

More About ELISABETH MURR:

Burial: Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

Religion: Lutheran

       

Children of ULRICH HAPS and BARBARA PREUSCH are:

                          i.               VALENTINE4 HAPS11, b. Circa 1668, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany11.

More About VALENTINE HAPS:

Baptism: November 20, 1668, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

                         ii.               LUDWIG HAPS11, b. Circa 1674, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany11.

More About LUDWIG HAPS:

Baptism: January 18, 1674, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

 

Children of ULRICH HAPS and ELISABETH MURR are:

                       iii.               MARGARETE4 HAPS11, b. Circa 1676; m. MARTIN SALZGEBER11, April 18, 1725, Neckargemuend12.

 More About MARGARETE HAPS:

Name 2: Margarete Habs

Baptism: February 28, 1676, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

 4.                     iv.               ELISABETH HAPS, b. Circa 1677.

                         v.               KATHERINA HAPS13, b. Circa 168113.

 More About KATHERINA HAPS:

Name 2: Anna Katherina Habs

Baptism: August 21, 1677, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

 5.                     vi.               MICHAEL HAPPES, b. August 1688, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany; d. December 12, 1750, Altneudorf, Germany.

Generation No. 4

 

4.  ELISABETH4 HAPS (ULRICH3, JOACHIM2, PETER1)13 was born Circa 1677.

 

More About ELISABETH HAPS:

Name 2: Anna Elisabeth Habs

Baptism: August 21, 1677, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

       

Child of ELISABETH HAPS is:

                          i.               ANNA ELIZABETH5 HABS14.

 More About ANNA ELIZABETH HABS:

Baptism: May 07, 1715, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

  

5.  MICHAEL4 HAPPES (ULRICH3 HAPS, JOACHIM2, PETER1)15 was born August 1688 in Brombach/Odenwald, Germany15, and died December 12, 1750 in Altneudorf, Germany15.  He married ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN15 January 11, 1712 in Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany16.  She was born Circa 1678 in Germany17, and died November 09, 1742 in Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany18.

 

More About MICHAEL HAPPES:

Name 2: Joh Michael Happes

Baptism: August 25, 1688, Brombach/Odenwald, Germany

Burial: December 14, 1750, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany19

Cause of Death: Tuberculosis

Occupation: Farmer

Religion: Lutheran

 More About ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN:

Burial: November 11, 1742, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany19

Cause of Death: Fever and chills

Religion: Lutheran        

Children of MICHAEL HAPPES and ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN are:

6.                       i.               ELISABETH5 HAPPES, b. 1712, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany.

7.                      ii.               MARTIN HAPPES, b. July 1717, Neudorf, Germany; d. September 19, 1780, Neudorf, Germany.

8.                     iii.               MICHAEL HAPPES, b. Circa 1722, Neudorf, Germany; d. 1787, Lizard Creek, Northampton Co., PA.

                        iv.               ELISABETH HAPPES19, b. 1723, Altneudorf, Germany19; d. October 29, 1769, Altneudorf, Germany19; m. JOHANNES NICOLAUS BREITENSTEIN19, May 02, 1747, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany20.

 More About ELISABETH HAPPES:

Name 2: Anna Elisabeth Happes

Burial: Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany

Occupation: Housewife

Religion: Lutheran

 More About JOHANNES NICOLAUS BREITENSTEIN:

Occupation: Master Tailor

 

9.                       v.               GEORG HAPPES, b. Circa 1715, Neudorf, Germany; d. September 1800, Deep Creek, NC.

10.                   vi.               JOHANNES HAPPES, b. 1725, Schriesheim, Germany; d. March 03, 1780, Altneudorf, Germany.

  

Generation No. 5

 

6.  ELISABETH5 HAPPES (MICHAEL4, ULRICH3 HAPS, JOACHIM2, PETER1)21 was born 1712 in Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany21.  She married JACOB REICHERT21 February 01, 1740 in Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany22,23. 

 

More About ELISABETH HAPPES:

Name 2: Maria Elisabeth Happes

Baptism: November 06, 1712, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany

Immigration: 1751, Colonial America from Germany

Religion: Lutheran

More About JACOB REICHERT:

Immigration: 1751, Colonial America from Germany

Occupation: Linen Weaver

     Child of ELISABETH HAPPES and JACOB REICHERT is:

                          i.               MARIA CATHERINA6 REICHERT, b. January 16, 174124.

 

 7.  MARTIN5 HAPPES (MICHAEL4, ULRICH3 HAPS, JOACHIM2, PETER1)25 was born July 1717 in Neudorf, Germany25, and died September 19, 1780 in Neudorf, Germany25.  He married KATHERINA SEIB25 May 02, 1747 in Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany25.  She died December 08, 1774 in Schriesheim, Germany26.

 

More About MARTIN HAPPES:

Name 2: Joh Martin Happes

Burial: September 20, 1780, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany

Occupation: Farmer

Religion: Lutheran

 

More About KATHERINA SEIB:

Burial: December 10, 1774

       

Children of MARTIN HAPPES and KATHERINA SEIB are:

                          i.               ELISABETHA CATHARINA6 HABBES, b. March 02, 175527.

 More About ELISABETHA CATHARINA HABBES:

Baptism: March 04, 1755, Schriesheim, Germany

                           ii.               JOHANNES HAPPES, b. March 17, 175827; d. September 14, 1765, Schriesheim, Germany.

 More About JOHANNES HAPPES:

Baptism: March 19, 1758, Schriesheim, Germany

Burial: September 16, 1765

                         iii.               EVA MARGRETHA HAPPES, b. February 26, 174827.

 

More About EVA MARGRETHA HAPPES:

Baptism: February 28, 1748, Schriesheim, Germany

 11.                     iv.               JOHANN ADAM HAPPES, b. February 23, 1762; d. Dossenheim.

                         v.               ANNA MARIA HABBES.

 More About ANNA MARIA HABBES:

Baptism: October 23, 1751, Schriesheim, Germany

  

8.  MICHAEL5 HAPPES (MICHAEL4, ULRICH3 HAPS, JOACHIM2, PETER1)28 was born Circa 1722 in Neudorf, Germany28,29, and died 1787 in Lizard Creek, Northampton Co., PA30.  He married CATHERINA B. MACHLER November 24, 1748 in Schriesheim, Germany31.  She was born   in Angelloch, Germany31, and died 1804 in Lizard Creek, Northampton Co., PA.

 Notes for MICHAEL HAPPES:

On the 1772 Penn Township, Northampton County, PA tax list owing 12.0 pounds in sterling.

 

WILL, 5 MAR 1785, NORTHAMPTON CO., PA

 GERMAN ORIGINAL

 Pen Daun Schip Nort Hem Caunti den 5 ten Mertz Ano 1785

 Vor Zeigen Dieses Michael Habes Senior hat eine Deilung, gemacht an seine Kinder, wie folgen wirt, - - - - 

Jackob Cumfehr der die aeleste Dochter hat nemlig Kaderrina Ihr Erbteil, wo ihr Vater giebt, dass macht 23 lb, 4 sc, 3 Pentz das hat sie zu empfanen Ano 1785 den 27 Nofember zu empfanen von Michel Habes Junior 

Hannadam Habes dass sein Vater im sein Erbteil giebt, 23 lb, 4 sc, 3 Pentz zu empfanen den 27 Nofemper Ano 1787 zu empfanen von Michel Habes Junior 

Hannes Laechleider der die Ehlisabet Habesin hatt zu empfanen, von ihren Vater von ihrem Erbtei1 23 lb, 4 sch. 3 Pentz zu emp. von Michel Habes Junior. Den 27 Nofemper Ano 1788 

Jackob Habes, hatt zu empfanen, von seinem Vater, von seinem Erbteil 23 lb, 4 sch. 3 Pentz zu empfanen den 27 Nofember Ano 1790 von Michel Habes Junior 

Henrich Habes hatt zu empfanen von seinem Vater, von seinem erpteil, 23 lb 4 sch 3 Pentz zu empfanen Den 27 Nofember Ano 1791 von michel Habes Junior 

Hannes Habes, hatt zu empfanen, von seinem Vater von seinem Erbteil, 23 lb 4 sch 3 Pentz zu embfanen den 27 Nofember Ano 1792 von michel Habes Junior

 Katerina Habessin, hatt zu empfanen von ihrem Vater, ihr Erbteil 23 lb 4 sch 3 Pentz zu empfanen den 27 Nofember, Ano 1793 von michel Habes Junior 

*** *** *** *** *** 

Die obigen bauten, nemlig den kintern, ihre gehoeren der mutter nicht an ---  

Michal habbes (Signed) 

Michel Habes Senior hatt seiner frau so lang sie lebt und seinen namen fuert so hatt die macht ueber not und Banden, und was der Haussrat an belangt, so lan sie lebt, nach ihrem Tott, so soll dass Eltze kint erben seyn als wie das Juengste, und solt sie aber heierraten, so be komt sie wie die la laut dass dride foertel, dafon, dieses obige soll, heut seyn, bey Zeigen 

(Signed) Michael habbes

 Georg Gilbert junius sworn) 

21 March 1787 

Georg Ziegler sworn)

 heudt da den 15 Mertz be kenne ich Ana Kadarina habbessin dass der aelteste Sohn nehmlich der Michael habbes edseckeder seyn soll so viel von mier 

ihr 

Anacadarina X habbessin  

mark 

Georg Simmon Wehr 

Johannes Lah Leitner

 

ENGLISH TRANSLATION

 

Penn Township, Northampton County 5 March 1785 

Before witnesses Michael Hoppes, Sr. divided his possessions among his children in the following manner: 

To Jacob Cunfer, married to his oldest daughter Catherine, her father gives an inheritance of 23 lb, 4 sh, and 3 pence to be paid by Michael Hoppes, Jr. on 27 November 1785. 

To Joh. Adam Hoppes, his father gives an inheritance of 23 lb, 4 sh, and 3 pence to be paid by Michael Hoppes, Jr. on 27 November 1787. 

To John Lechleitner, married to his daughter Elisabeth Hoppes, her father gives an inheritance of 23 lb, 4 sh, and 3 pence to be paid by Michael Hoppes, Jr. on 27 November 1788. 

To Jacob Hoppes, his father gives an inheritance of 23 lb, 4 sh, and 3 pence to be paid by Michael Hoppes, Jr. on 27 November 1790. 

To Henry Hoppes, his father gives an inheritance of 23 lb, 4 sh, and 3 pence to be paid by Michael Hoppes, Jr. on 27 November 1791. 

To John Hoppes, his father gives an inheritance of 23 lb, 4 sh, and 3 pence to be paid by Michael Hoppes, Jr. on 27 November 1792. 

To Catherine Hoppes, her father gives an inheritance of 23 lb, 4 sh, and 3 pence to be paid by Michael Hoppes, Jr. on 27 November 1793.

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The above grants, namely to his children, do not belong to his wife. (Signed) Michael Hoppes

 Michael Hoppes Sr. gives his wife for the remainder of her lifetime, as long as she does not remarry, the rights to his personal property and household goods, which after her death shall be divided equally among all his children. If, however, she should remarry, then she shall receive only one third, as the law prescribes. The above stipulations, which shall take effect today, are witnessed by:

George Gilbert, Jr.

 George Ziegler (Signed) Michael Hoppes (seal) 

(Will recorded posthumously on 21 March 1787) 

Today the 15th of March (1787), I, Anna Catherine Hoppes, declare that my oldest son Michael Hoppes shall be executor.  

George Simon Wehr  

John Lechleitner

 More About MICHAEL HAPPES:

Burial: Zion's Old Stone Church Cemetery, W. Penn Twp., Schuylkill Co., PA Immigration: Circa 1751, America

 

More About CATHERINA B. MACHLER:

Burial: Zion's Old Stone Church Cemetery, W. Penn Twp., Schuylkill Co., PA

Immigration: Circa 1751, America

       

Children of MICHAEL HAPPES and CATHERINA MACHLER are:

                          i.               CATHERINE BARBARA6 HAPPES, b. December 28, 1748, Schoenau. Germany; d. Aft. 1798; m. JACOB CUNFER; b. Northampton Co., PA; d. 1798.

12.                    ii.               MICHAEL HAPPES, b. January 12, 1753, Oley Hills, Berks Co., PA; d. July 30, 1833, Northampton Co., PA.

                       iii.               NICOLAUS HAPPES, b. October 13, 1758, Oley Hills, Berks Co., PA32.

 More About NICOLAUS HAPPES:

Baptism: December 04, 1758, Oley Hill Church, Berks Co., PA

 13.                    iv.               ADAM HAPPES, b. October 01, 1760, Oley Hills, Berks Co., PA; d. Circa 1846.

14.                     v.               EVA ELIZABETH HAPPES, b. March 24, 1762, Oley Hills, Berks Co., PA; d. Aft. March 1828.

15.                    vi.               JACOB HAPPES, b. Circa 1764, Northampton Co., PA; d. Circa 1850, Luzerne Co., PA.

16.                  vii.               HENRY HAPPES, b. January 1766, Northampton Co., PA; d. June 25, 1838, VA.

17.                 viii.               JOHN HAPPES, b. May 1767, Northampton Co., PA; d. October 06, 1833, Scioto Co., OH.

18.                   ix.               CATHERINA HAPPES, b. Circa 1769, Northampton Co., PA; d. 1844.

 9.  GEORG5 HAPPES (MICHAEL4, ULRICH3 HAPS, JOACHIM2, PETER1)33 was born Circa 1715 in Neudorf, Germany34, and died September 1800 in Deep Creek, NC35.  He married CATHERINE LANG KERN36 December 28, 1744 in Schoenau, Germany37.   She was born March 10, 1720 in Schoenau, Germany38, and died April 179939.

 Notes for GEORG HAPPES:

WILL, 13FEB1790, BK 3, PAGE 39A, SURRY CO., NC 

The thirteenth day of February in ye year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety, I, George Hoppes, Senior of North Carolina in Surry County, yeoman being of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to God therefore calling into mind ye mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament and as touching such worldly estate as providence has helped me with in this life, I give, devise and dispose of ye same in ye following manner: First of all, my debts and funeral expenses must be paid. Secondly, it is my Will that my beloved wife Catherine shall have this plantation that I now live on containing six hundred and forty-four acres of land with all ye appertenance there unto belonging with all my personal estate wholly and I deem them to be her lawful property to be enjoyed by her without any molestation during her life and then this said plantation to be wholly the property of my son Daniel Hoppes with all ye appertenances thereunto belonging and I deem said land to be his property to be enjoyed by him without any molestation.

 Item, I give to my sons George Hoppes, Jr., and John Hoppes all my claim and right to land where they now live on ye water of ye North Fork of Deep Creek ye land that I bought from Hamilton McClatehey ye whole right to be equally divided between the aforesaid George Hoppes, Jr., and John Hoppes with all ye appertenances, rights, and priviledges thereunto belonging and I deem ye said land to be their lawful property to be enjoyed by them without any molestation.

 And further, it is my will that two-thirds of my personal estate be equally divided between my four children (to wit) George, John, and Daniel Hoppes, and Barbara Miller (wife of Jacob Miller) and my wife's one third to be equally divided between ye aforesaid children and George and Frederick Long agreeable to my wife's desires after her death; and further, I have a reserve concerning my son Daniel Hoppes that if he moves away so as he cannot help or take care of me and his mother, that the

aforesaid plantation that I have willed to him shall be sold and equally divided between him, ye said Daniel, George, and John Hoppes and Barbara Miller aforesaid. 

Likewise, I constitute, make and ordain George Long and Frederick Long my only and sole executors of this my last Will and Testament and I do, hereby, utterly disallow, revoke and disavow all and every other former Testaments, Wills, and legacies, bequeaths and executors by me in any way before this time nominated, willed or bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament.  

In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal ye day and year above written. 

Signed George (X) Hoppes by his mark. 

Witnessed by Simon Hadley, John Reavis and Mathew Mackan.

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PERSONAL SUMMARY 

Georg Heinrich Happes was born on his grandfather Heinrich Kern’s farm, the Linnebach, just south of the town of Schoenau, Odenwald, Palatinate on October 23, 1747 and was baptized by a Reformed Church pastor two days later (Ref. #1).  His parents were Georg Happes, oldest son of the farmer and citizen of Neudorf Michael Happes, and Katherina (Kern) Lang, daughter of Heinrich Kern and widow of Schoenau’s master locksmith Heinrich Lang.  Georg Heinrich had three older step siblings: Georg, Friedrich, and Barbara Lang.  In late summer/early fall 1751, Georg Heinrich’s parents joined a number of other local area families including those of his uncle Michael Happes and aunt Elizabeth Reichert in immigrating to colonial Pennsylvania.  Because his father could not pay for their passage, his family was divided among Pennsylvanians who could, in return for 12 years of servitude from each.   By the end of the French and Indian War (1763), his family had served their time and in 1766, led by his older stepbrother Georg Lang, Georg Heinrich Happes’ family moved to central NC (Ref. #2).  There in Surry County, NC about 1778 he married 17-year-old Elizabeth Miller; their first child Anne was born March 22, 1779.  Eventually, Georg Heinrich and Elizabeth had 12 children, the eleventh being Henry born in December 1799 in NC and the youngest being Jacob born in January 1804 after moving to Gallia County, OH.  Georg Heinrich Happes died in 1812 in Gallia County, leaving a will that mentioned all 12 children (Ref. #3).  His wife Elizabeth died shortly thereafter.       

 

MILITARY SUMMARY (Pay vouchers # 5638 and #4291)

 The turmoil that existed during Revolutionary War times in western NC is described in detail in Swiss Roots (Ref. #4).  Many of the German settlers there supported the British loyalists. Even after the British surrender at Yorktown in October 1781, lawlessness was rampant in the frontier areas of western NC.  There is a tradition among the descendants of Georg Heinrich Happes first published in a history of Jay County, IN in 1887 that: He was by occupation a blacksmith, and was a soldier in the Revolutionary war, under General Washington (Ref. #5). The National Archives in Washington, DC has a record of a George Hopes in the Quarter Master General’s Department on a pay roll dated April 17, 1780 at Wilmington

Borough (NC). It indicates that Geo. Hopes Q. Mr. Appears as below on a Pay Roll for a Brigade of Waggons employed in the Continental Service & Conducted by David Boggs, W.C. under the direction of Francis Wade, Esqr. D. Q. M. Genl. (Ref. #6).  Whether our George Happes was in the Quarter Master (QM) Department of the Continental Army is far from certain.        

The only other evidence that the author knows concerning George Happes’ service is a pair of Revolutionary War pay vouchers #5638 dated October 1, 1783 to George Hopper for 13 pounds, 10 shillings and #4291 dated August 1784 to George Hoppes for 54 pounds (Ref. #7). These two vouchers demonstrate that he supported the Revolutionary cause through service rendered, although not necessarily for time spent in a military unit.  They are considered ample credentials for admission

to the patriotic organizations Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), but ironically the DAR gives the credit for these two pay vouchers to George Hoppes’ father Georg Happes born in 1715.  By 1783 the elder Georg Happes would have been 68 years old, probably too old to have performed substantial service compared to Georg Heinrich Happes, who was 36 years old at this time.  Moreover, from the diaries kept by Moravian preachers we know that the elder Georg Happes was ill and weak about the time the 1784 pay voucher was written.   The diary of Brother Benzien, for example, contains the following entry for July 28,1787: This morning about six o'clock I set off with Br. and Sr. Waerly for Deep Creek. Soon after ten o'clock we reached the Yadkin. . . . Toward four o'clock we came to the home of old Habbes. He rejoiced to see me, for he had heard of me but because of weak­ness had never been able to attend a service. (Ref. #8). 

REFERENCES

 1.                   Hoppes, Harrison N., Swiss Roots: A History of the Happes Family to 1800, Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1985, p 13.

 2.         Ibid., pp. 23,24.  

3.          A transcription of George Heinrich Hoppes’ 1812 Gallia County, OH will is included in the Hoppesgenerations publication Wills, Estates, Property Settlements. (Above)

 4.         Hoppes, Harrison N., op. cit., pp. 27-33.

5.          See Hoppesgenerations publication Compilation of Published Hoppes Biographies, 11124 James W. Hoppes.

 6.         Copy of Quarter Master General’s Pay Roll, the National Archives of the United States, Washington, DC, search response prepared April 18, 1973. 

7.          Revolutionary War pay vouchers #5638 and #4291, Department of Archives and History, State of NC, Raleigh, NC 

8.          See Hoppesgenerations publication Diaries and Books, which contains excerpts from the Moravian Diaries, edited by Adelaide L. Fries, M. A., LITT.D., Archivist of the Moravian Church in America, Southern District, Volume V, 1784 - 1792 reprinted in 1970 for the Department of Archives and History, State of NC, Raleigh, NC by Litho Industries Inc, Raleigh, NC.  

Military Summary by Dr. Harrison N. Hoppes, aka Harry, used with permission. 

1786  NC  Surry County   Wrights District

 1790 Census shows George Hoppus, living in Surry Co., NC, Captain Wright's District.  Census page 151 shows one male 16 and older and one female. 

More About GEORG HAPPES:

Name 2: Joh Georg Happes

Immigration: October 04, 1751, Phildelphia, PA on the Queen of Denmark as indentured servants.

Property: August 1787, Land Grant issued - 640 Acres Fishers Creek, NC

Religion: Lutheran

Will: February 13, 1790, Book 3, Page 39, Surry Co., NC

 

More About CATHERINE LANG KERN:

Immigration: October 1751, Phildelphia, PA on the Queen of Denmark as indentured servants.        

Children of GEORG HAPPES and CATHERINE KERN are:

19.                      i.               GEORGE HEINRICH6 HAPPES, b. October 23, 1747, Schoenau, Germany; d. 1812, NC.

20.                   ii.               JOHN HAPPES, b. Bet. 1752 - 1756, Lancaster Co., PA; d. Bet. 1826 - 1827.

                       iii.               BARBARA HAPPES, b. Bet. 1752 - 1756, Lancaster Co., PA40; m. JACOB MILLER; b. PA or NC.

21.                   iv.               DANIEL HAPPES, b. December 07, 1757, Lancaster Co., PA; d. February 07, 1816.

 

 10.  JOHANNES5 HAPPES (MICHAEL4, ULRICH3 HAPS, JOACHIM2, PETER1)40 was born 1725 in Schriesheim, Germany40, and died March 03, 1780 in Altneudorf, Germany40.  He married CATHERINA VOGT40 February 22, 1751 in Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany41. 

 

More About JOHANNES HAPPES:

Burial: Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany42

Occupation: Master Weaver

       

Children of JOHANNES HAPPES and CATHERINA VOGT are:

                          i.               ANNA MARGARETHA6 HABBES, b. June 18, 1751, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany.

 

More About ANNA MARGARETHA HABBES:

Baptism: June 20, 1751, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany 

                         ii.               JOHANNES LEONHARDT HABBES, b. January 04, 1756; d. March 24, 1763, Schriesheim, Germany.

 More About JOHANNES LEONHARDT HABBES:

Baptism: January 06, 1756, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany 

                       iii.               ANNA MARIA HABBES, b. October 21, 1766, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany; d. March 04, 1769, Heiligkreuzsteinach, Germany.

                        iv.               CHRISTIAN HAPPES, b. April 27, 1770, Schriesheim, Germany43.

 More About CHRISTIAN HAPPES:

                          Baptism: April 29, 1770, Schriesheim, Germany