More About JOHN JACOB ANSPACH
Below notes from (Anspach & Lefflers Part I -Anspach- Pg. A3:14)
Usually went by the name of Jacob. Jacob is one of the grandchildren who inherited land from Balthasar, however, the record of when he might have sold it was not found.
There is no indication that Jacob served in the Revolution; he was 38 when the war began and had a number of children. "Berks of Old" states that an Adam, John, Peter, and Jacob Anspach donated horses to the Army.
Burial: 1818, Altalha Luthern Church, Rehersburg, Pennsylvania
Military service: Bet. 1754 - 1763, Possibly served during the French & Indian War
Will: August 01, 1818, Filed at Reading, Pennsylvania
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