Note: erhardt, Heinrich and Lorenz and brother-in-law Dietrich Hoppach with sister Maria Magdalena. A son Jacob was born after arriving in America. Frederick was a farmer in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., PA. The original spelling of his name was Schollenberger. Frederick arrived at Philadelphia on the ship Loyal Judith, September 3, 1742. He is listed as age 40. On January 13, 1747, Frederich obtained a Land Warrant (no. 178 PA Bureau of Land Records) for 100 acres in New Maxatawny Twp., Philadelphia Co. This location subsequently became Albany and later Greenwich Twp., Berks Co., PA. The original property grew to 210 acres and lies in Klinesville which is to the East of Lenhartsville, Berks Co., PA. The adjoining properties were owned by George Shellenberger, Gerrerd Shollenberger, Simon Metzgar, G. Michael Rienhart, Daniel L. Kamp, and Ulrich Waggoner. He appeared in the Greenwich Twp. tax lists for the years 1756 and 1759. He took the oath of Allegiance to the British Crown at Philadelphia on April 11, 1763. Frederick received an indenture for 120 pounds on April 7, 1768, this document was called a Deed Poll. Witnesses were Jacob Layby, and George Michael Layby. County Justice was Sebastian Zimmerman. John Keller later recorded this Deed Poll on January 10, 1877. He is listed in a deed to his son Jacob (Berks Co., Deeds Vol. 123 p. 573-575) on January 26, 1768. "Yeoman of Greenwich Twp.(formerly Maxatawny Twp.) to son Jacob 180 plus and additional 80 Acres. Contributor: Richard C. Shollenberger c. Helen Shollenbarger Eller 2001
Note: Frederick is the founder of our American Family. He came with his wife, sons G
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