More About Johann Anspach

Baptism: 1775, Altahala Church, Pennsylvania - Sponsors: Johannes Katterman
Occupation: Blacksmith

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John Anspach born in 1775, and lived in Womelsdorf Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. He was married December 9, 1798, to Catherine Kurr, the daughter of Thomas Kurr and wife Elizabeth Kintzer or Kinser at Christ Lutheran Church near Stouchsburg. Tomas Kurr was a Revolutionary soldier and his father took the Oath of Allegiance. Nicholas Kintzer or Kinser, father of Elizabeth who married Thomas Kurr also took the Oath of Allegiance. It is beleived that John Anspach and his wife Catherine Kurr may have migrated into Montgomery County, Ohio, as a number of their children were married in that County, the latter migrating further west into Decatur County, Indiana, where Jacob Anspach and his wife Ellen had come earlier and whom they called "Old Uncle Jacob."

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