Thones Kunders and His Children Also a List of the Descendants for 6 Generations of His Youngest Son Henry Cunreds of Whilpain, 1683-1891 by H. C. Conrad

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Thones Kunders was one of the original settlers of Germantown. In his and 12 other families emmigrated from Krefeld, Germany and settled in the region they named Germantown.

Kunders was a dyer by trade and lived until Thones Kunders and His Child on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Thones Kunders and His Child Thones Kunders and his children. Also, a list of the descendants for six generations of his youngest son, Henry Cunreds, "of Whitpain."   Thones Kunders, when he made his will, insigned his name Dennis Kunders.

At the time of his coming to this country in the summer of(the party landed at Philadelphia, from the ship Concord, August 20th), he was a man presumably of twenty-five to thirty years old, as he was married and had three young :// Thones Kunders & His Children by Judge Henry Cunard; Rupp's Imigration, p.

and Desc. of John Conard of Loudan Co., Va by F. Babcock. They are among the thirteen families often referred to as the Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Founders, who arrived on the ship Concord on October 6, ?p=   Thones Kunders and his children: Also a list of the descendants for six generations of his youngest son Henry Cunreds, of Whitpain, Includes the names of six generations of the descendants of Henry Cunreds who was the youngest son of Thones.

More than 1, individuals are listed. Although the Conrad book states the wife of :Thones_Kunders_and_his_children. Thones Kunders was born about in Cresheim (Germany), the second child of Coen Lenssen Heckers and his wife Entgen.

During his lifetime he was also known as Tunis Konders and Dennis Kunders. Thones was baptized a Mennonite at Goch on July 9, He married Elin Teissen in Krefeld on in a Reformed :// /home/paternal-gilstrap-lines/cunard-kunders. Free 2-day shipping.

Buy Thones Kunders and His Children. Also, a List of the Descendants for Six Generations of His Youngest Son Henry Cunreds, of Whitpain. at ps:// John Conard was the son of Joseph Conard and Rebecca Cook, his wife; grandson of Henry Conard and Catherine Streypers, his wife and also his first cousin and great-grandson of Thones Kunders and Elin Streypers, his wife-the original settlers from Crefeld, Germany, who located in Germantown, Pennsylvania, in Thones Kunders and his wife Elin Streypers Kunders and their three oldest children arrived at what is now Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in Julyon the ship "Concord." They were from Crefeld, Germany.

They were Quakers. Thones Kunders was naturalized in ~mikesell/genealogy/gedgen/grpfhtml. Thones Kunders and His Children.

Also, a List of the Descendants for Six Generations of His Youngest Son Henry Cunreds, of Whitpain von Henry C. Conrad - Englische Bücher zum Genre Geschichte günstig & portofrei bestellen im Online Shop von Ex :// (This book follows the descendants of Henry Conard and John and Sarah Child Conard.

You can find a full account of the other children of Thones Kunders on our web site ) SECOND GENERATION IN AMERICA.

Children of Henry Cunreds and Katherine (Streypers) his wife. William, married Mary Quee, died in Virginia, Thones Kunders & His Children by Judge Henry Cunard; Rupp's Imigration, p. and Desc.

of John Conard of Loudan Co., Va by F. Babcock. Thones Kunders was one of 13 aboard the ship Concord that left LondonJ and arrived in Philadelphia on October 6, ?op=GET&db=dworland&id=I Discover Book Depository's huge selection of H C Conrad books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million :// Judge Henry Clay Conrad, renowned historian/jurist of Wilmington, DE, wrote in Some Scraps of History of Thones Kunders and his Children.

This dealt primarilly with the descendants of Henry Cunreds, the fourth son of TK. It is in the Judge's book that TK and all his sons' signatures were ~original13/genealogy/ Lijntijen is a diminutive of Helena and Magdalena; and an American descendant of Thones and his wife,says of them: 'Among the number on the ship "Concord" was Thones Kunders, a man at that time presumably of twenty-five or thirty years of age, and his wife, Elin, supposed to have been a sister of William Streypers, the latter being also one of The Bite Before Christmas de Lynsay Sands, Jeaniene Frost - English books - commander la livre de la catégorie Science fiction et fantaisie sans frais de port et bon marché - Ex Libris boutique en ://   He died December 27th,and she died January 7th, They had eighteen children, among whom was Isaac who was born February 28thand died January 17th, He had four children Hermann, Abraham, Dirck and Margaret all of whom emigrated to Germantown.

↑ Authoress of the Pennsylvania Dutch. ↑ Colonial records. Vol. i, p. His children and their spouses were listed as Jacob op den Graeff, Thomas How and Margaret his wife, Herman in de Hoffen and Ann his wife, and Isaac op den Graeff and his wife Mary.

(Krefeld Immigrants, Vol 3, No 1, p 23 and Deed Bookpp 88/92) Abraham listed his daughter Gertien in another land :// I am working on the ancestors of Cornelius Conrad, and need some help with naming profiles.

He was born about in Pennsylvania, and his father and grandfather immigrated from Crefeld in Germany, a few miles from Holland. Grandpa appears with the following spellings: Tünis Künders.

Tunnes Keunen. Thones Kunders (after immigration) Item 4: Thones Kunders and his children: genealogy of descendants of Henry Cunreds, born in Germantown, PA, son of Thones Kunders and Elin.

He married Katherine Streeper, daughter of William Streyper. Abbott   The Germantown Quaker Petition Against Slavery was the first protest against African-American slavery made by a religious body in the English s Daniel Pastorius authored the petition; he and three other Quakers living in Germantown, Pennsylvania (now part of Philadelphia) signed it on behalf of the Germantown Meeting of the Religious Society of :// The Streeper family continued to be members of the Society of Friends.

(The Germantown preparation meeting was included in the Abington Monthly Meeting.) The little group worshiped together at first in the home of Thones Kunders, and possibly in other homes, until they built a His son David went to VA by ; Joseph Burson left Plumstead Twp for Virginia by (certificate to Fairfax MM) which Cert did not include his wife Rachel.

Son Jonathan went to VA by and from there to KY by Son Jonas went to VA in but later in life (abt ) removed with some of his children to western PA in Beaver ://?mv=flat&m=&p=   (See pages In Scott Reynold?s page book, The History of the Longenecker Family, Becker?s book has, additionally, the ancestors of Samuel B.

Longenecker, ) Berger, David H., Genealogy Records of the Descendants of John Ulrich Bergey and his Wife, Mary, Hitchcock Publishing, NY, NY,1, pages. Higginson Book Co Books contributed by the Boston Public Library. Established in by an act of the Great and General Court of Massachusetts, the Boston Public Library (BPL) was the first large free municipal library in the United States.

InFrench ventriloquist M. Nicholas Marie Alexandre Vattemare became ?&sort=titleSorter&page=2. Inthe account books of Francis D. Pastorius contain entries of Jonas Potts for drawing up legal papers and teaching his children.

Jonas became the bondsman for his sister, Jane, after the death of her husband John Austin, when Letters of Administration were granted to her on 25 Feb American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Full text of "The guide book to historic Germantown:   His family connection with the other colonists was through his sister, the wife of Jan Streypers, one of the six original purchasers above mentioned.

William Streypers, one of the thirteen colonists, was brother to Jan, and the wives of Thones Kunders, and Lenert Arets were sisters to Jan William Daniel Beidleman in The Day Book - Sep 4 Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, William Peter Beidleman in Thones Kunders and His Children (), William Beidleman died in Harrisburg, Pa., after a fast of almost fifty- six days, during which time he ate but two pieces of toast.

The Horsham Friends Meeting is listed on the National Register of Historic ns of the content on this web page were adapted from a copy of the original nomination document submitted to the National Park Service and accepted for registration in /   Thones Kunders’ house marked in red.

Germantown lots in Pennsylvania was founded in by William Penn as an English colony where people from any country and faith could settle, free from religious persecution. Penn invited people from his native England and from other European countries to the new colony, where he profited by selling [same book as # with the addition of numerous notes and additions] THONES KUNDERS AND HIS CHILDREN Henry C.

Conrad, Press of W. Costa, Wilmington, Delaware,purchased from Quintin Publications, Inc., Pawtucket, RI $   The wives of Thones Kunders and Lenart Arets were sisters of the Streypers, and the wife of Jan was the sister of Reynier Tyson.

His first book was a dissertation against the errors and delusions in the from Krisheim, aged forty-seven years, with his children, Arnold, Peter, Elizabeth, Mary, and Sarah, both having purchased land from Thones Kunders andhis children: Also a list of the descendants for six generations of his youngest son Henry Cunreds, of Whitpain, Salt Lake City,Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of ://   Nothing is known of his family in Holland.

He married in Brooklyn in Neeljte Jans Staats (born on Long Island). He had a patent on acres in Gowanus Brooklyn re-granted by the English in and also patent on Staten Island. He died in His widow remarried and moved to the Staten Island were his children were ://   Germantown was founded on October 6,by German settlers: thirteen Quaker and Mennonite families from the founding day of Germantown is remembered as German-American Day, a holiday in the United States, observed annually on October 6.

On AugWilliam Penn at London signed a charter constituting some of the inhabitants a corporation by the ,_Philadelphia. The names of the children of Cornelius Tyson show that he was of Holland and not German origin, though born outside the limits of modern Netherlands.

Of the sons-in-law of Cornelius Tyson, the Cunrads, Matthias, who married Barbara inand John, who married Alice Tyson, were sons of Thones Cunders or Kunders, one of the original settlers ?personID=I&tree=tree1. From the book "Briggs Heritage" by Whan: Henry and his wife Rachel followed the westward migration moving to a farm between Newville and Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.

The couple had 13 children on the farm known as "the old Hoch farm". Henry followed the same trade as his father, farming his land and weaving in the :// //Tennis-Tunis-Tunes-Family-History.

Germantown is a neighborhood in the northwest section of the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, about 7–8 miles northwest from the center of the neighborhood is rich in historic sites and buildings from the colonial era, a few of which are open to the public.

Germantown stretches for about two miles along Germantown Avenue northwest from Windrim and   The Life & Works of Samuel Cunard [1] Lynch, p.

[2] William Hazlitt, "On Effeminacy of Character." [3] Russ Lownds wrote, with particularity, that Thones Kunders "was a prosperous dyer in Crefeld, Germany." And, that this family of Quakers had fled from either Worcestershire or Wales to Germany.

The common information from the sources checked is that the Cunard family came to

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