Alice Elise Gottschalk Nash: Birth: 17 MAR 1722 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Death: 15 FEB 1803 in Skippack Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Ann Godshalk Nash: Birth: 1724 in Towamencin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Death: 22 SEP 1794
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Continued: Birth: 1696 Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany Death: 1760 Montgomery Co< PA Family links: Parents: Jacob Hendricks Godshalk (1670 - 1763) Aeltien Symons Hermans Godshalk (1667 - 1706) Spouse: William Colley Nash (1696 - 1760) Children: Alice Godshalk Nash Tyson (1722 - 1803)* Catherine Godshalk Nash Hendricks (1726 - 1826)* Siblings: Godshalk Godshalk (1693 - 1748)** Magdalena Godshalk Nash (1696 - 1760) Herman Godshalk (1698 - 1795)* *Calculated relationship **Half-sibling Burial:Unknown Created by: Ralph Brown Record added: Jun 09, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 71054723 ---- U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Name Magdalena Gottshall Gender Female Birth Year 1691 Spouse Name William Nash Number Pages 1 Household Members Name Age Magdalena Gottshall William Nash ========== Birth: 1698 Death: 1795 --Source of information: Harry ADAMS (Bedminster, PA); He was the youngest son of Jacob the immigrant and was assumed to have been born in Goch in the late 1690's and shortly before the family emigrated to Pennsylvania. He was married twice, but all of his children are thought to be issue of his first wife Agnes, probably the daughter of Claus (Nichlaus) Johnson or Janson, whom he married between 1720 and 1725. Agnes Godshalk died between 1744 and 1756. Herman Godshalk then married Barbara (maiden name unknown). Barbara Godshalk is probably buried under the stone marker in the Towamencin Mennonite Cemetery, marked "B.G. 1771". In 1772 he sold the last of his land and his wife's name was not listed in the conveyance. Herman inherited the plantation on which his father, Jacob lived most of his life. He also purchased land in Towamencin shortly after reaching his majority and probably about the time of his marriage to Agnes. On 20 December 1720, he bought about 150 acres bordering to the southeast of his father's farm, from James and Martha STEEL of Philadelphia. On 5 July 1727, Herman and Agnes sold 58 acres and 35 perches to his sister Magdalena and her husband William NASH. On 12 October 1744, he sold the balance of about 100 acres in the tract to Isaac KRALL and it is assumed that he moved to his father's farm. He received a patent for a narrow strip of land (181.5' x 3506.25') containing 13 acres and 125 perches from the Penns. It extended northwest from present-day Kulpsville between Jacob Godshalk's farm and Sumneytown Pike. The Towamencin Meetinghouse stands on this land. Herman and his second wife, Barbara sold half of this tract to Isaac KRALL on 9 June 1756 and sold the other half to his sister-in-law Eve GODSHALK, widow of Godshalk Godshalk, by 1764. Family links: Parents: Jacob Hendricks Godshalk (1670 - 1763) Aeltien Symons Hermans Godshalk (1667 - 1706) Spouses: Agnes Johnson Godshalk (1700 - 1746) Barbara Godshalk (____ - 1771)* Children: John Johnson Godshalk (1737 - 1814)* Siblings: Godshalk Godshalk (1693 - 1748)** Magdalena Godshalk Nash (1696 - 1760)* Herman Godshalk (1698 - 1795) *Calculated relationship **Half-sibling Burial: Doylestown Mennonite Cemetery Doylestown Bucks County Pennsylvania, USA Created by: Ralph Brown Record added: Aug 31, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 75765339
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