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Daniel Rosenberger

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Birth  1715  Zweibr√®ucken, Germany  [1
Sex  Male 
Eby ID  00095-5331 
Died  1771    [2
Person ID  I7041 
Last Modified  05 Jul 2004 
 
Children 
 1. David Rosenberger, b. Abt 1742
 2. Daniel Rosenberger, b. Abt 1744
 3. Isaac Rosenberger, b. Abt 1746
 4. Ann Rosenberger, b. Abt 1748
 5. Mary Rosenberger, b. Abt 1750
Group Sheet  F1021 
 
Notes  Daniel Rosenberger, "was one of the four Rosenbergers who settled in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He was a native of Zweibr√®ucken, Germany, where he was born about the year 1715. When a young man of about twenty years of age he, with others, emigrated to America and settled in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. We find that he purchased a tract of land near a place called Hockertown in 1740, and another of 200 acres in 1769, just two years before his death. He was a member of the Mennonite body and as we have been informed attended the Line Lexington church for worship. Tradition has it that he had settled for a brief period near the county line of Montgomery and Bucks Counties, on the place now in possession of Samuel Rosenberger. From here he moved to the place now in possession of Henry Rosenberger where he erected a stone house. Here he died in 1771. He had a family of several children, the names of some were..."
 
Sources  1. [S2]   Vol II A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., Ezra Eby, 190   [View page(s) from the 1895-96 edition]
2. [S2]   Vol II A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., Ezra Eby, 190   [View page(s) from the 1895-96 edition]
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