Note: n Pennsylvania and Maryland", 1710-1925. Written 1925. "John Jacob Kapp and wife, a daughter, Anna Sophia, born Oct 13, 1695; died Mar 10, 1771 Tulpehocken, PA." Anna Sophia and her parents probably left Germany with the immigrants of 1709-1710. She arrived in NY a girl 15 years of age. Anna Sophia Kapp married John Adam Losch in Schohary 1718-20. They came with one or more children to Tulpehocken in 1723. "Kapp is the name of a large family in Tulpehocken then and now in Philadelphia and elsewhere. A R.R. station bears the name, located above Sunbury, PA. In 1743 there were signors for the Christ Lutheran Church Tulpehocken: Frederick; Andrew; John Martin; John Michael; and John Christian Kapp. Feb 14, 1744, Martin, leg. son of late John Kapp (mar) and Eva Maria, dau of late Andrew."
1996 by Pennsylvania Chapter of Palatines to America. by Terry L. McAfee. Place of origin: Gimbsheim, Palatinate, Germany. "Johann G. Loesch arrived at the age of 11 with his mother, Susannah Philippina Gering (Loesch), brother Johann Adam, and sister, Elisabetha Magdalena. The father Johan Balthaser Loesch died at sea in 1710. The mother later married Jacob Kopff and lived in the Berks Co. area of Pennsylvania."
Per Terry McAfee, Mar 1997. "In the will book F, page 279, dated 1741, Philadelphia Co., PA for Jacob Kopf of Tulpehocken is mentioned his wife Susanna and his step-children Adam and Georg Lesch, and Elisabetha Madelina Braun."
LDS Ancestral File Aug 2000. b abt 1670 d 1741 Tulpehocken,PA
Colonial records of Pennsylvania list. Probably in Tulpehocken Valley in Pennsylvania by 1727, The first settlers arrived before May 13, 1723. From a petition or a road from Olney to Tulpehocken presented to the court of Quarter Sessions at Philadelphia in September, 1727.
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=crillybutler&id=I15776 Crilly Butler, Jr. [email protected] ALIA: Kopp /Kopff/, Cupp Birth: ABT 1670 in Palatinate, Germany Death: 1741 in Tulpehocken Twp., Berks Co., PA Event: Migrated BET 1723 AND 1725 Tulpehocken, Berks Co., PA Immigration: 15 JUL 1709 Sailed from Rotterdam to England Immigration: APR 1710 Sailed from England to New York Event: Arrived BET JUN AND JUL 1710 New York Residence: 1711 Hayesbury Camp on the East bank of the Hudson River, NY NATU: 11 OCT 1715 British citizen at Albany, NY| Title: Three Rivers - Early Eighteenth Century Palatine EmigrationRepository: Call Number: Media: BookPage: http://www.fortklock.com/knittlesubsistence.htmText: This list was compiled from the "journal" of Palatine debtors to the British government for subsistence given either in New York City or in the Hudson River settlements, from their landing in 1710 to September, 1712. The list was found in the Public Record Office, C. O. 5/1230 and was corrected from the accompanying "ledger," C. O. 5/1231. As it seemed advisable to include some indication of the number in each family and since limitations of space forbade the inclusion of the six notations at various times given in the journal, only two notations have been given here, that is, the first in 1710 usually and the last in 1712 normally. Thus, with "Abelman, Johann Peter 2-1, 2-0," the size of the family signified is two adults and one child under ten years of age; by 1712 the child had died for we have noted only two adults. All children over ten years of age were given the full allowance for adults and were therefore not distinguished from more mature members of the family. Where only one notation of family size appears, the presumption is of death, or in the case of women, of marriage.|Kopff, Jacob 1-0, 6-0 Kabsin, Anna Sibilla (Anna Sybilla) 1-0, 1-0
Note: LDS film 0517216; Jones, Charles Stork Henning, "Jones and Allied Families". "The Hennings i
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