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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Albert Leander Stocker was born 11 Apr 1860 (son of Andrew A. Stocker and Margaret Strieby).

    Notes:

    Died:
    Y
    Y
    Y
    Y

    Albert married Amanda Greider 4 Feb 1884. Amanda (daughter of Frederick Greider and Sarah Kiser) was born 11 Feb 1862, Noble County, IN. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Frederick Harlan Stocker was born 28 Jun 1888.
    2. Elva Maud Stocker was born 3 Sep 1889.
    3. William Roy Stocker was born 2 Jan 1893.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Andrew A. Stocker was born 27 Jan 1816 (son of Andrew Stocker and Mary Magdalena Haas); died 19 Dec 1882, Kosciusko County, IN.

    Notes:

    1870 Census, Noble County, Washington Twp., Wilmot 1860 Census,
    Tuscarawas County, Clay Twp., Gnadenhatten 1850 Census, Tuscarawas County,
    1840 Census, Tuscarawas County, Clay Twp. 1830 Census, Tuscarawas County,
    Clay Twp., Gnadenhutten
    Death Certificate lists cause of death as malignant tumor of liver and
    stomach
    Andrew Stocker January 4, 1883
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION: William Stockler (Stocker) has been appointed administrator of Andrew Stocker estate.


    Family Data Collection - Individual Records
    about Andrew Stocker Stocker
    Name: Andrew Stocker Stocker
    Spouse: Mary Magdalene Haas
    Parents: Andrew Stocker Stocker, Julianna M Watuert
    Birth Place: Berks, Zionsville, PA
    Birth Date: 25 May 1778
    Marriage Place: Easton, Northampton, PA
    Marriage Date: 1800
    Death Place: Gradenhutten, Tuscarawas, OH, USA
    Death Date: 6 Dec 1852

    Andrew married Margaret Strieby 11 Feb 1838, Tuscarawas County, OH. Margaret (daughter of John Strieby and Anna Maria Rishel) was born 1 May 1818, Tuscarawas County, OH; died 15 Oct 1899, Noble County, IN. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Margaret Strieby was born 1 May 1818, Tuscarawas County, OH (daughter of John Strieby and Anna Maria Rishel); died 15 Oct 1899, Noble County, IN.
    Children:
    1. Lovina Stocker was born 22 Nov 1838; died 27 Sep 1839, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH.
    2. Nathaniel Stocker was born 16 Jul 1840, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH; died 16 Nov 1872, Noble County?, IN.
    3. William Sylvester Stocker was born 1 May 1842, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH; died 24 Jul 1922, Tippecanoe Twp., Kosciusko County, IN; was buried , Oak Grove Cem., Kosciusko County, IN.
    4. Eliza Jane Stocker was born 11 Feb 1844, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH; died 2 Jun 1865, Cromwell, Noble County, IN; was buried , Salem, IN.
    5. Mary Hellen Stocker was born 17 Mar 1846; died 14 Jul 1847.
    6. Henry Harlin Stocker was born 2 May 1848.
    7. Francis Lewis Stocker was born 22 Nov 1850; died 17 Oct 1853, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH.
    8. Anna Rebecca Stocker was born 21 Feb 1853.
    9. Maria Ellen Stocker was born 29 Mar 1855.
    10. 1. Albert Leander Stocker was born 11 Apr 1860.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Andrew Stocker was born 25 May 1778, Stockertown, Northampton County, PA (son of Andreas Stocker and Julianna Maria Watnert\Watuert); died 6 Dec 1852, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH; was buried , Old Moravian Cem, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH.

    Notes:

    "MICHEAL STOCKER AND HIS DESCENDANTS" by Charles L. Stocker and
    Jennie Stewart: " Andrew Stocker, third child and second son of the
    family of Andreas and Julianna, was born May 25, 1778, as determined
    by the inscription on his tombstone. His birthplace was Northampton
    County Pa, in what is now the Boro of Stockertown in Forks Twp. Here he
    lived until he was about 37 years of age, when he sold his farm and
    with wife and 3 or 4 children joined his four brothers and sister who
    were seeking a new home in the Ohio country. Moving by team and wagon
    over the Pa. mountains and across the Ohio, they continued to the
    valley of the Huskingum, later called the Tuscarawas. Here they
    settled within a few miles of each other, Andrew on a fine farm on the
    bank of the river about two miles west of Gnadenhutten...and here
    Andrew lived out his life." "Public records show that he carried
    with credit his part as a citizen of a pioneer community...His space
    in the old Moravian Cemetery at Gnadenhutten is near the graves of his
    brothers Adam and Christian, and is marked by a simple marble slab set
    upright, with the inscription stating that he died Dec. 6, 1852, aged
    74 years, 6 months and 12 days."


    Family Data Collection - Individual Records
    about Andrew Stocker Stocker
    Name: Andrew Stocker Stocker
    Spouse: Mary Magdalene Haas
    Parents: Andrew Stocker Stocker, Julianna M Watuert
    Birth Place: Berks, Zionsville, PA
    Birth Date: 25 May 1778
    Marriage Place: Easton, Northampton, PA
    Marriage Date: 1800
    Death Place: Gradenhutten, Tuscarawas, OH, USA
    Death Date: 6 Dec 1852

    1850 United States Federal Census
    about Andrew Stocker
    Name: Andrew Stocker
    Age: 72
    Estimated birth year: abt 1778
    Birth Place: Pennsylvania
    Gender: Male
    Home in 1850 (City,County,State): Salem, Tuscarawas, Ohio
    Family Number: 295
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Andrew Stocker 72
    Mary Stocker 52
    Margarett Stocker 13
    Richard Stocker 8

    Andrew married Mary Magdalena Haas 22 Jun 1806, St. John's Luth., Easton, PA. Mary (daughter of John Jr. Haas and Ann Helena Catherine Heller) was born 30 Mar 1788, Lower Township, Northampton County, PA; died 13 Mar 1828, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH; was buried , Old Moravian Cem, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Mary Magdalena Haas was born 30 Mar 1788, Lower Township, Northampton County, PA (daughter of John Jr. Haas and Ann Helena Catherine Heller); died 13 Mar 1828, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH; was buried , Old Moravian Cem, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH.
    Children:
    1. Rosina Stocker was born 16 Jun 1807; died 6 Nov 1876.
    2. Solomon Stocker was born 27 Aug 1809; died 1 Sep 1875.
    3. Magdalena Stocker was born 24 May 1812; died 17 Jul 1886.
    4. Absolom Stocker was born 10 Mar 1814; died 23 Jul 1885.
    5. 2. Andrew A. Stocker was born 27 Jan 1816; died 19 Dec 1882, Kosciusko County, IN.
    6. Francis Stocker was born 17 Jun 1818; died 4 Jan 1893.
    7. Joseph Stocker was born 25 Aug 1821; died 12 Sep 1888.
    8. Elizabeth Stocker was born 25 Aug 1823; died 3 Oct 1862.
    9. Sarah Stocker was born 16 Apr 1826; died 29 May 1864.
    10. Lydia Stocker was born 1827; died 1846, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH.

  3. 6.  John Strieby was born 1775, Striebytown, Northampton County, PA (son of Hans Michael Strieby and Barbara); died 1841, Tuscarawas County, OH.

    Notes:

    "STRIEBY Genealogy and History 1726-1967" by Byard B. Strieby, B.
    Beatrice Strieby, and Irene M. Strieby (MacDonald Letter Services County,
    Des Moines, Iowa, 1967) John Strieby--"An improved county road,
    which leads from the little village of Bolivar, OH, in Lawrence Twp.,
    Tuscarawas County, to the slightly larger village of Strasburg, in the
    neighboring twp. of Franklin, takes one over the beautiful hill
    country near Stark County line. Crossing this road, about a mile south of
    Bolivar, is the "Old Strasburg Rd.", a winding gravel trail thru
    scenic territory, forking to the NW. On the left hand side of the
    road, about a mile from the junction is an abandoned cemetary almost
    hidden from view. It is here that the compiler found the graves of
    John Strieby and wife in a plot with corner posts, indicating it was
    once enclosed by an iron chain fence. The large tombstones had been
    laid flush with the ground rather than in upright position and were
    scarcely visible thru the overgrowth of myrtle...This cemetery is
    probably located near the old home of John and his wife in Lawrence
    Twp." "John Strieby also owned land in Salem Tract farther south in
    Tuscarawas County Several deeds in County records give evidence of his
    various transactions as also on his estate administration documents
    and Chancery records." "That the family clung to its German
    background is evidence by books in that language listed in the sale of
    property (Probate Bk. 4:396ff) as well as their membership in the
    Reformed Church. About 1835, Conrad Zutavern and wife, Anna Maria,
    together with John Strieby and wife Anna Maria, sighed a deed for
    parts of Lots 16 and 17, Sec.2, Twp. 10, for a "German Presbyterian
    and Lutheran Church to be known as Paul's Chruch" (Deed Bk. 10:212).
    John was trustee of this church said to be torn down about 1925.
    According to Beer' p. 573, Strieby, Fernsells, and others were members
    of a Lutheran Society formed in 1822.
    "HISTORY OF KOSCIUSKO COUNTY" "William (brother of Margaret
    Strieby/Stocker) was born in PA March 23, 1811, a son of John and
    Maria (Richel) Strieby, also natives of Pa. In the same year that
    William was born his parents moves to Tuscarawas County OH...."
    "STREVEY FAMILY HISTORY" by Maxine Strevey Scott, p. 6. " After
    the death of his father, John Strieby chose John Mosher of Whitehall
    Twp. for his guardian."

    John — Anna Maria Rishel. Anna (daughter of William Rishel) was born 1777; died 1829. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Anna Maria Rishel was born 1777 (daughter of William Rishel); died 1829.

    Notes:

    Family Data Collection - Individual Records
    about Anna Mary Rishell
    Name: Anna Mary Rishell
    Spouse: Anna Mary Rishell
    Parents: Ludvig Rishell, Anna Maria Dunmire
    Birth Place: Leigh, Northampton, PA
    Birth Date: 1784
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1784; Birth city: Northampton; Birth state: PA.
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    Children:
    1. Michael Strieby was born 1798, PA.
    2. Catherine Strieby was born 1800, PA.
    3. John Jr. Strieby was born Abt 1802, PA.
    4. Elizabeth "Eve" Strieby was born 1804, PA.
    5. Sarah Strieby was born Abt 1807, PA; died , IA.
    6. Strieby was born Abt 1809; died Bef 1830, Tuscarawas County, OH.
    7. William Strieby was born 23 Mar 1811, PA.
    8. David Strieby was born 16 Apr 1813, Tuscarawas County, OH.
    9. 3. Margaret Strieby was born 1 May 1818, Tuscarawas County, OH; died 15 Oct 1899, Noble County, IN.
    10. Samuel Strieby was born 1821, Tuscarawas County, OH.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Andreas Stocker was born 1746, Whitesuntide (son of Michael Stocker\Stucker and Anna Margaret); died Bef 4 Sep 1823, Stockertown, Northampton County, PA; was buried , Old Forks Cem., Stockertown, Northampton County, PA.

    Notes:

    The following information is found in "MICHAEL STOCKER AND THEIR
    DESCENDANTS" by Charles L. Stocker and Jennie Stewart: "Andreas
    Stocker, probably the fifth son of Michael, the Swiss imigrant of
    1731, and Margaret, his wife, was "born in Perk Gaunty" according to
    the inscription on the stone in the old Forks Cemetery, often called
    the Stocker Burying Ground, at Stockertown, in Northampton County, Pa.
    It is likely that this was in Upper Milford Twp., Bucks County, now in
    southwesterly corner of Lehigh County, where on Sep. 11, 1738 Michael
    Stocker received a patent for 150 acres of territorial land under the
    seal of Thomas Penn." "The tombstone says Andreas died in the
    eightieth year of his age which would fix his birth in 1743-1744, but
    an entry in his old family Bible reads: "I, Andreas Stocker, was born
    on Ascension day in the year 1746." "About 1770-71 Andreas and his
    brothers Adam and Henry moved northeasterly into the present
    Northampton County, where the records show that Andreas and Adam acquired
    in common a tract of 345 acres of land in Bethleham Twp. This Andreas
    soon thereafter quit-claimed to Adam. Thereafter he acquired a number
    of parcels in Forks Twp. and became one of the largest land holders in
    the region." "He was enterprising and constructive in the new
    community. Tradition has it that before the establishment of a
    church, services were held in Andreas' barn. He donated a location
    for the Forks church and cemetery site. I think it almost certain
    that the old stone mill powered by the waters of Bushkill Creek, whick
    is still operating to this day, was one of his contributions to his
    time." "Andreas and his four living brothers were enrolled as
    soldiers of the Revolution. Andreas' service record as a private in
    Capt. Jacob Buss' County of the 1st County in the 2nd Battilion of
    Northampton County, according to the Class roll dated May 22, 1781,
    appears in Pennsylvania Archives, 5th Series, Vol. 8, p.143; also as
    of roll made up in the fall of 1782, on p. 201 of Vol. 8, same
    Series."

    Andreas — Julianna Maria Watnert\Watuert. Julianna was born 1751, PA; died 1823, Stockertown, Northampton County, PA; was buried , Forks Cem., Stockertown, Northampton County, PA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Julianna Maria Watnert\Watuert was born 1751, PA; died 1823, Stockertown, Northampton County, PA; was buried , Forks Cem., Stockertown, Northampton County, PA.

    Notes:

    Quotation found in "MICHAEL STOCKER AND HIS DESCENDANTS", by Charles
    L. Stocker and Jennie Stewart is as follows: "...I discovered
    Andreas' old German Bible with entry: "I was united in holy matrimony
    with Julia Anna a born nee Watuerteen (Wats worth)." from which we may
    conclud that her name was probably Watterson, or perhaps Wadsworth"
    Birth date, death date and location and burial info taken from
    Ancestral File

    Children:
    1. Jacob Stocker
    2. Catherine Stocker
    3. John "Adam" Stocker was born 23 Apr 1773, Stockertown, Northampton County, PA; died 1875.
    4. Anna "Maria" Stocker was born 31 Aug 1775, Stockertown, Northampton County, PA.
    5. 4. Andrew Stocker was born 25 May 1778, Stockertown, Northampton County, PA; died 6 Dec 1852, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH; was buried , Old Moravian Cem, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH.
    6. Daniel Stocker was born 1781-1782.
    7. Francis Stocker was born 5 May 1783.
    8. Peter Stocker was born 10 May 1787; died 26 Apr 1789, Easton, PA.
    9. Rosina Stocker was born 1 Jan 1789.
    10. John Peter Stocker was born 11 Aug 1789.

  3. 10.  John Jr. Haas was born Abt 1762 (son of John Sr. Haas).

    Notes:

    John Haas, Jr. was a Corporal in the Revolutionary War in the same
    company as his father, John Haas, Sr. and his father-in-law,
    Christopher Heller
    Birth date taken from ancestral file

    Died:
    Y
    Y
    Y
    Y

    John — Ann Helena Catherine Heller. Ann (daughter of Christopher Heller) was born Abt 1766. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Ann Helena Catherine Heller was born Abt 1766 (daughter of Christopher Heller).

    Notes:

    Birth date and full name taken from Ancestral file (did have Helena
    Catherine Heller

    Died:
    Y
    Y
    Y
    Y

    Children:
    1. 5. Mary Magdalena Haas was born 30 Mar 1788, Lower Township, Northampton County, PA; died 13 Mar 1828, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH; was buried , Old Moravian Cem, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, OH.

  5. 12.  Hans Michael Strieby was born Abt 1726, Palatinate, Germany (son of Jacob Strieby); died May 1790, Lynn Twp., Northampton County, PA.

    Notes:

    "STREVEY FAMILY HISTORY" by Maxine Strevey Scott, p. 5 and 6
    "Young Michael (he followed the German custom of using his middle
    name)..." " On Oct. 22, 1753, Michael Strieby purchased title to 56
    acres and 132 perches of land near Easton, Pa. from Jacob Fisher.
    This plot, known as STRIEBYTOWN, had been surveyed and warranted to
    Conrad Yost on May 9, 1751. Mr. Yost had sold his land to Jacob Fisher
    on Sep. 10, 1753." "STRIEBYTOWN was a portion of the Penn's Manor
    Fremor patented to Michael Strieby by John Penn, Lt. Gov. of the
    province...Michael's patent cost 8 pounds thrirteen shillings, and was
    recorded on Apr. 15, 1767." "According to dept. of internal affairs of
    the commonwealth of Pa., Patent book, Vol. AA 8, p. 259. Striebytown
    was situated partly in Lowmill Twp. and partly in Whitehall Twp. From
    Oct. 22, 1753 until Feb. 9 1787 it remained in the possession of
    Michael Strieby when he and his wife sold it to Jacob Bare for 225
    pounds in specie (Northampton County Pa. File Book, File y, Book D-9, p.
    216)." " With the exception of Jacob, the eldest, all of his
    children were born in the Striebytown area or on a farm south of there
    containing 172 acres and located aside or on the west side of the
    Jordon Lutheran Church in South Whitehall Twp., according to a map by
    Isaac Chapman." "From there Michael and his wife move to Lynn Twp.,
    Northampton County Pa, where he owned 224 acres of land at the time of
    his death in May 1790. Barbara died sometime between Feb. 1787 and
    Michael's death in May....The final settlement being exhibited on Sep.
    13, 1791. After the death of his father, John Strieby chose John
    Mosher of Whitehall Twp. for his guardian."

    Hans — Barbara. [Group Sheet]


  6. 13.  Barbara
    Children:
    1. Paul Strieby was born , Northampton County, PA.
    2. Jacob Strieby was born Abt 1750, Philadelphia County, PA.
    3. Michael Strieby was born 21 Sep 1757, Northampton County, PA.
    4. Leonard Strieby was born Abt 1759, Northampton County, PA.
    5. Sarah Strieby was born Abt 1761, Northampton County, PA.
    6. Anna Catharina Strieby was born 27 Nov 1763.
    7. Elizabeth Strieby was born Abt 1765, Northampton County, PA.
    8. Johann Georg Strieby was born 26 Apr 1770, Northampton County, PA.
    9. Susanna Strieby was born 21 Nov 1772, Northampton County, PA.
    10. 6. John Strieby was born 1775, Striebytown, Northampton County, PA; died 1841, Tuscarawas County, OH.
    11. Adam Strieby was born Abt 1780, Northampton County, PA.
    12. Catherina Strieby was born 11 Jul 1783, Northampton County, PA.

  7. 14.  William Rishel (son of Heinrich Ulrich Rishel).

    Notes:

    William Rishel served in the Revolutionary War along with his 5
    other brothers. "Genealogical and Biographical Annals of
    Northumberland County Pa." 1911, p. 377. "STRIEBY, Genealogy and
    History, 1726-1967" by Byard Strieby, B. Beatrice Strieby, and Irene
    M. Strieby (Macdonald Letter Service County, Des Moines, IA 1967), p. 99.
    "... the name appears as Richel. It may have been Richel, Reichell,
    Raechel, Rickel, or more likely Rishel since families of this name
    were living inNorthampton County, the county where John's father died in
    1790. Rishels were also numerous in York County, Pa. wher is is possible
    that John Strieby spent some time before joining Peter Himes on the
    trek westward."

    Children:
    1. 7. Anna Maria Rishel was born 1777; died 1829.