Mehn/Main/Mayne Genealogy

Descendants of Johann George Mehn

Generation No. 1

 

Taken from the highest point in Gambrill Park, this shot looks west over Middletown Valley which held the three farms owned by Johann George Mehn.

1. JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN was born 1722 in Lothringen (Alsace Lorraine), Germany, and died 1773 in Frederick Co., MD. He married ELIZABETHA,  Abt. 1740 in Pennsylvania. She was born Abt. 1728, and died Bef. 1777 on homestead plot, near Big Spring, Frederick Co., MD.

Notes for JOHANN GEORGE MEHN:

from Helen Seubold's book "Mehn is a Main is a Mayne," The Copy Shop. Rockville, MD. 1980:

immigrated from Germany (probably)--Lothringen is German for Alsace-Lorraine region--in 1736, on board windjammer "Harle," Ralph Harle, master; 338 Palatines; George about 16 years old; others on board: Peter Studebaker, Jacob Leatherman, Jonathan Heger;

naturalized during the April 1764 session of Provincial Court of Maryland in Annapolis;

in Fredericks County as early as 1754;

 

 

 

 

patented 327 acres in Middletown Valley at the base of the Catoctin Mountain;

first record of land purchase 1760 when he purchased 24 acres from Gottfried, Sr., and Elizabeth (Boltz) Leatherman, near Wolfsville;

Main homestead lies along present-day US 40 and I-70, near DanDees Motel & Restaurant, just south of High Knob, between Myersville and Frederick City;

names of farms: Half Bottle, All Bottles Full, 1771; Full Bottle, 1769; Empty Bottle, 1768;

wealth from producing and selling whiskey;

Empty Bottle lay just across Catoctin Mts. along the west slope, overlooking Middletown Valley; farm boundaries shown on present-day map at right;

probably buried in homestead plot/family graveyard which is in a woods across US 40 from the DanDees Motel;

additional info from professional genealogist Leah Spade, Smithsburg, MD;

from Main researcher Glenn Main, 14 Collins Ct., Lutherville/Timonium, MD 21093; glennmain23@gmail.com;

in "History of Frederick County, Maryland" by Williams as "Main";

More About JOHANN GEORGE MEHN:

Burial: homestead plot, near Big Spring, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: picture of 2 descendents;

Fact 2: In the naming tradition of Germans, boys were all named the same first name (John or George, etc.) and called by their different middle name.  Thus George Adam was called "Adam."

Children of JOHANN MEHN and ELIZABETHA are:

2. i. GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, b. May 14, 1746, Frederick Co., MD; d. May 17, 1822, Frederick Co., MD.

3. ii. MAGDALENA MEHN, b. Bet. 1740 - 1744; d. Abt. 1795, Frederick Co., MD.

4. iii. JOHANN GEORG MAIN/MEHN, JR., b. Abt. 1744, Frederick Co., MD; d. 1822, Frederick Co., MD.

5. iv. JOHANN FRIEDRICH/FREDERICK MAIN/MEHN/MAINS, b. August 08, 1754, Frederick Co., MD; d. May 30, 1833, Frederick Co., MD.

6. v. JOHANN MEHN, b. 1756, Frederick Co., MD; d. April 16, 1832, Frederick Co., MD.

vi. ANNA MARGARETHA ROSINA MEHN, b. October 13, 1759, Frederick Co., MD; m. JOHANN ADAM SIMON, March 02, 1778; b. Germany.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Generation No. 2

2. GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE (JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born May 14, 1746 in Frederick Co., MD, and died May 17, 1822 in Frederick Co., MD. He married APOLLONIA WEIL 1770, daughter of JOHANN GEORGE WEIL/WILES and SUSANNAH ELIZABETH (also referred to as MARIA ELISABETHA). She was born Abt. 1750, and died Bef. 1790.

Notes for GEORGE ADAM " ADAM" MAIN/MEHN/MAINE:

Revolutionary War patriot, listed as George Mains;

From George Adam Main's1822 will, his signature at right is in German script.

 

 

will names wife and four children; left "present dwelling plantation" to his (2nd) wife Margaret until her death; Apollonia predeceased him;

to son Frederick "the land and premises which he has now in possession situated in Frederick County...Pleasant Hill...Resurvey on Timber Ridge Enlargement...";

tombstone still standing and legible, next to 2nd wife's in Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Middletown, Frederick County, Maryland;

2nd wife Anna Margaretha Youtsey, their son John George Main; lived on Empty Bottle farm inherited from father and enlarged farm;

Main information from Helen Winters Seubold's book "Mehn is a Main is a Mayne", copyright 1980; and Main researcher Glenn Main: gmain14 at bcpi.net;

 

 

In

Memory of

ADAM MAIN

Who was born May

15th, 1746. dep. this

Life May 17th, 1822.

Aged 76 Years ?Mths.

2 Days

 

 

More About GEORGE ADAM " ADAM" MAIN/MEHN/MAINE:

Burial: Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: Revolutionary War patriot; listed in DAR Patriot Index-Centennial Edition;

Fact 2: listed in "Names in Stone" by Holdcraft;

Fact 3: discussed in Helen Winters Seubold's book "Mehn is a Main is a Mayne";

Fact 4: pictures;

More About APOLLONIA WEIL:

Burial: Main Family Cemetery off US 40;

Fact 1: also APPOLONIA or ABELONA;

**For the genealogy of APPOLONIA WEIL, go to bottom of page.**

Children of GEORGE MAIN/MEHN/MAINE and APOLLONIA WEIL are:

7. i. JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3 MAIN, SR., b. April 17, 1774; d. April 30, 1850, Frederick Co., MD.

ii. ELIZABETH MAIN, b. March 27, 1772; m. PETER MICHAEL, March 06, 1792; b. 1775, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD.

iii. MARIA MAGDALENA MAIN, b. Abt. 1785; d. 1865; m. JOHN MATTHIAS SMITH, 1802; b. 1770, Pennsylvania; d. 1848.

 

3. MAGDALENA2 MEHN (JOHANN GEORGE1) was born Bet. 1740 - 1744, and died Abt. 1795 in Frederick Co., MD. She married CHRISTOPH STOFFEL BRAUN September 09, 1761. He was born Abt. 1741 in Neckaretz, Germany, and died January 1812 in Frederick Co., MD.

Children of MAGDALENA MEHN and CHRISTOPH BRAUN are:

i. CATHERINE3 BRAUN.

ii. GEORGE PETER BRAUN, m. ELIZABETH SMAY.

iii. MAGDALENA BRAUN.

iv. JACOB BRAUN.

v. SUSANNA ELIZABETH BRAUN, b. April 09, 1770.

vi. JOSEPH BRAUN, b. April 02, 1772.

vii. HENRY BRAUN.

viii. FREDERICK BRAUN.

ix. ROSANNA BRAUN.

x. SUSANNA BRAUN.

xi. JOHN BRAUN.

 

4. JOHANN GEORG2 MAIN/MEHN, JR. (JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born Abt. 1744 in Frederick Co., MD, and died 1822 in Frederick Co., MD. He married (1) CATHARINA Abt. 1770. She was born 1750. He married (2) MARY MAGDALENA Abt. 1772. She died 1836.

Child of JOHANN MAIN/MEHN and CATHARINA is:

8. i. CATHARINE3 MAIN/MEHN, b. December 1771; d. July 12, 1855.

Children of JOHANN MAIN/MEHN and MARY MAGDALENA are:

ii. ANNA MARIA3 MAIN/MEHN, b. April 27, 1773.

iii. MARIA ELIZABETH MAIN/MEHN, b. September 18, 1774.

iv. SUSANNA MAIN/MEHN, b. September 30, 1776.

v. HANNAH MAIN/MEHN, b. March 20, 1778.

vi. JOHN GEORGE MAIN/MEHN, b. September 03, 1780.

vii. CHARLOTTE CHARITY MAIN/MEHN, b. 1782.

viii. ANNA MAIN/MEHN, b. 1784.

ix. JOHN WESLEY MAIN/MEHN, b. May 12, 1786.

x. JOHN FREDERICK MAIN/MEHN, b. May 22, 1788.

 

5. JOHANN FRIEDRICH/FREDERICK2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINS (JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born August 08, 1754 in Frederick Co., MD, and died May 30, 1833. He married SUSANNAH PECKENPAUGH/BECKENBACH Abt. 1775 in Frederick County, MD. She was born Abt. 1758 in Pennsylvania, and died March 05, 1848 in Greenfield, OH.

More About JOHANN FRIEDRICH/FREDERICK MAIN/MEHN/MAINS:

Burial: Somerset Cemetery, Somerset, Perry Co., OH

More About SUSANNAH PECKENPAUGH/BECKENBACH:

Burial: Old Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland Co., OH

Children of JOHANN MAIN/MEHN/MAINS and SUSANNAH PECKENPAUGH/BECKENBACH are:

i. ELIZABETH3 MAIN/MEHN, b. February 11, 1776; m. ...MILLER.

ii. CATHERINE MAIN/ MEHN/MAINS, b. August 21, 1777; m. JOSEPH KOPP/COPP; b. March 1773, Virginia; d. September 08, 1856, Fairfield Co., OH.

iii. SUSANNA MAIN/MEHN/MAINS, b. Abt. 1780; m. JOHN MILLER, June 08, 1802, Berkeley Co., VA (now WV).

iv. JOHN MAIN/MEHN/MAINS, b. February 14, 1784, Frederick Co., MD; d. July 13, 1881, Greenfield, OH; m. ANNA SMITH.

More About JOHN MAIN/MEHN/MAINS:

Burial: Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield OH

v. JACOB MAIN/MEHN/MAINS, b. January 12, 1794; m. ELIZABETH FIDLER.

 

6. JOHANN2 MEHN (JOHANN GEORGE1) was born 1756 in Frederick Co., MD, and died April 16, 1832 in Frederick Co., MD. He married SUSANNA 1777. She was born 1757, and died April 09, 1825.

Susan wife of Johann Mehn/Main is buried at the Main Family Cemetery off of US 40.  Hers is one of the few stones still existing there.  The picture, right, is courtesy of Bryan Main.

Children of JOHANN MEHN and SUSANNA are:

i. ELIZABETH3 MEHN, b. May 04, 1778; m. JOHN SPEALMAN.

ii. JOHN MAYNE, JR., b. May 23, 1780; d. October 1843, Frederick Co., MD; m. SUSANNA GITTINGER BALTZELL.

iii. ADAM MAYNE, b. August 08, 1783; d. April 21, 1857, Clark Co., OH; m. MARIA CATHERINE ANNA KEMP; b. October 30, 1783.

iv. JOHN GEORGE MAIN, b. September 01, 1787; m. MARIA ELLEN HILDEBRAND.

v. SUSANNAH MAIN, b. February 28, 1790.

vi. JOHN JACOB MAYNE, SR., b. January 05, 1794, Frederick Co., MD; d. July 08, 1872, Frederick Co., MD; m. SARAH SALLY BOPST.

vii. DAVID H. MAIN, b. October 05, 1796; d. February 28, 1876, Frederick Co., MD; m. SARAH ANN WISE.

 

 

 

 

Generation No. 3

7. JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3 MAIN, SR. (GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born April 17, 1774, and died April 30, 1850 in Frederick Co., MD. He married MARY SUSANNAH STINE/STONE 1793, daughter of JOHANNES STEIN/STINE/STONE and ELIZABETH. She was born October 24, 1775, and died April 09, 1825.

Notes for JOHN FREDERICK "FRED" MAIN, SR.:

Frederick's will bequeathed land called "New Bremen" to his son John Adam, as given to Frederick by his father. John Adam predeceased father who had not changed will, and so property became subject to court case. Land went to Daniel, and Frederick Main bought land; Daniel then bought-out Frederick.

More About JOHN FREDERICK "FRED" MAIN, SR.:

Burial: Reformed Cemetery, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: 10 children

Fact 2: married twice;

Fact 3: listed in "Names in Stone" by Holdcraft;

Fact 4: pictures;

 

More About MARY SUSANNAH STINE/STONE:

Burial: Hi-Knob, near Frederick, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: listed in "Names in Stone" by Holdcraft as "Susanna w/o John";

Fact 2: picture from Hi-Knob;

Children of JOHN MAIN and MARY STINE/STONE are:

9. i. JOHN "ADAM"4 MAIN, b. October 06, 1801, Frederick Co., MD; d. September 23, 1847, Frederick Co., MD.

ii. JOHN J. MAIN, b. November 09, 1798; d. Bet. 1860 - 1870; m. ELIZABETH SMITH; b. November 03, 1786; d. December 10, 1850.

More About JOHN J. MAIN:

Burial: Mill Grove, Powesheik Co., IA

More About ELIZABETH SMITH:

Burial: Otterbein Cemetery, Castine, Darke Co., OH

iii. ELIZABETH MAIN, b. January 04, 1800; d. March 23, 1875; m. JACOB SUMMERS, February 15, 1829; b. November 24, 1791; d. October 05, 1868.

More About ELIZABETH MAIN:

Burial: Summers Family Cemetery, Ellerton, Frederick Co., MD

More About JACOB SUMMERS:

Burial: Summers Family Cemetery, Ellerton, Frederick Co., MD

 

 

8. CATHARINE3 MAIN/MEHN (JOHANN GEORG2, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born December 1771, and died July 12, 1855. She married (1) JACOB WOLFE, SR.. He was born February 1788, and died March 1872. She married (2) JACOB DELAUGHTER II. He was born Abt. 1768, and died Abt. 1806.

More About CATHARINE MAIN/MEHN:

Burial: Wolfsville Reformed Church Cemetery, Wolfsville, Frederick Co., MD

More About JACOB WOLFE, SR.:

Burial: Wolfsville Reformed Church Cemetery, Wolfsville, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: co-founder of Wolfsville, MD;

Children of CATHARINE MAIN/MEHN and JACOB WOLFE are:

i. SARAH "SALLIE"4 WOLFE, b. August 13, 1808; d. September 09, 1887, Frederick Co., MD; m. JACOB LEATHERMAN, May 10, 1824; b. October 03, 1799; d. February 13, 1880, Frederick Co., MD.

More About SARAH "SALLIE" WOLFE:

Burial: Wolfsville Reformed Church Cemetery, Wolfsville, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: picture;

More About JACOB LEATHERMAN:

Burial: Wolfsville Reformed Church Cemetery, Wolfsville, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: Lived in Wolfsville, MD;

Fact 2: 6 children

Fact 3: both interred in Wolfsville Reformed Cemetery;

Fact 4: picture;

ii. JACOB WOLFE, JR., b. February 1813; d. October 1896; m. MARY REBECCA DRILL, September 29, 1834; b. October 14, 1816; d. December 12, 1916.

More About JACOB WOLFE, JR.:

Burial: Wolfsville Reformed Church Cemetery, Wolfsville, Frederick Co., MD

iii. SAMUEL JACOB WOLFE, b. February 14, 1811; d. November 03, 1893; m. BARBARA WHITMORE, July 26, 1831; b. February 03, 1811; d. December 02, 1869.

More About SAMUEL JACOB WOLFE:

Burial: Mt. Olivet, Frederick, Frederick Co., MD

Children of CATHARINE MAIN/MEHN and JACOB DELAUGHTER are:

iv. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 DELAUGHTER, b. January 25, 1791.

v. MARY DELAUGHTER, b. Abt. 1792.

vi. DANIEL DELAUGHTER, b. 1793.

vii. JACOB DELAUGHTER III, b. August 20, 1794.

viii. ELIZABETH "REBECCA" DELAUGHTER, b. 1796.

ix. SUSANNA DELAUGHTER, b. July 19, 1798.

x. CATHERINE DELAUGHTER, b. Abt. 1800.

xi. JOHNATHAN DELAUGHTER, b. Abt. 1800.

xii. NANCY ANN DELAUGHTER, b. July 1805.

 

Generation No. 4

9. JOHN "ADAM"4 MAIN (JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born October 06, 1801 in Frederick Co., MD, and died September 23, 1847 in Frederick Co., MD. He married SARAH "SALLIE" LEATHERMAN May 08, 1824, daughter of GODFREY LEATHERMAN and MARY RECHER. She was born August 07, 1802, and died January 31, 1841 in Frederick Co., MD.

More About JOHN "ADAM" MAIN:

Burial: Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: death certificate reads "Adam";

Fact 2: 7 children

Fact 3: lived near Middletown, MD;

Fact 4: married twice;

Fact 5: 2nd wife Lydia (Smith) Muck; 4 children; both interred in Middletown Reformed Cemetery;

Fact 6: listed in "Names in Stone" by Holdcraft;

Fact 7: picture;

More About SARAH "SALLIE" LEATHERMAN:

Burial: Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: listed in "Names in Stone" by Holdcraft as "Sarah w/o J.A.";

Fact 2: picture;

***For Leatherman-Recher genealogy, go to the Recher-Leatherman page.***

Children of JOHN MAIN and SARAH LEATHERMAN are:

10. i. WILLIAM HENRY5 MAIN, b. October 06, 1838, Maryland; d. February 05, 1915, Brunswick, MD.

11. ii. GEORGE ADAM MAIN, b. November 30, 1825, Maryland; d. August 03, 1904, Madison Co., IN.

iii. SUSANNA ELIZABETH MAIN, b. March 31, 1829; d. July 10, 1893; m. RICHARD MUMFORD; b. December 26, 1828; d. September 23, 1896.

More About SUSANNA ELIZABETH MAIN:

1: 12 children;

Burial: Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Frederick County, MD

More About RICHARD MUMFORD:

Burial: Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Frederick County, MD

iv. MARY ANN MAIN, b. November 16, 1830; d. July 12, 1852.

More About MARY ANN MAIN:

Burial: Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Frederick Co., MD

v. JOHN FREDERICK "FRED" MAIN, b. 1834; d. Ohio; m. MARY J; b. Abt. 1840, Virginia.

More About JOHN FREDERICK "FRED" MAIN:

Fact 1: 2 children;

vi. FRANCIS EDWARD MAIN, b. September 05, 1836; m. ANNA REBECCA HIMES.

More About FRANCIS EDWARD MAIN:

1: Children

Burial: Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Brownsville, Washington Co., MD

More About ANNA REBECCA HIMES:

Burial: Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Brownsville, Washington Co., MD

vii. SAMPSON CORNELIUS MAIN, b. July 17, 1841; d. Aft. 1937; m. ADELINE M. GOODRICH; b. Abt. 1852; d. January 26, 1897.

More About SAMPSON CORNELIUS MAIN:

Fact 1: Civil War veteran, in Cole's Cavalry;

Fact 2: Family lived in Bethel, Iowa;

Fact 3: 7 children

viii. CAROLINE SOPHIA MAIN.

 

Generation No. 5

 

10. WILLIAM HENRY5 MAIN (JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born October 06, 1838 in Maryland, and died February 05, 1915 in Brunswick, MD. He married MARGARET ELIZABETH MARTIN May 03, 1858 in Brownsville, Washington Co., MD, daughter of WILLIAM MARTIN and MARY GURLEY. She was born August 16, 1842 in Pennsylvania, and died May 25, 1880 in Pendleton, Madison Co., IN.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY MAIN:

copy of death certificate from Brunswick, MD;

After William Henry's mother Sallie died, he and wife Margaret followed Sallie's sister Aunt Becky Leatherman Summers to the Pendleton, Madison Co., IN, area.

William Henry and Margaret on 1860 census for Green Twp. with son George; Margaret buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery picture below;

Brother George Adam Main came to Pendleton, IN, also. George stayed and is buried at Beech Grove Cemetery, Green Township, IN, with wife Caroline.

 

 

 

More About WILLIAM HENRY MAIN:

Baptism: February 24, 1839

Burial: Park Heights Cemetery, Brunswick, MD

Fact 1: 1860 IN Madison Co., Green Twp. census w/Margaret & son George W. 4 months; occupation: farmer;

Fact 2: 2nd wife Miranda Hewitt;

Fact 3: returned to MD after 1880 when Margaret died;

Fact 4: John Main witnessed death certificate;

Fact 5: buried in Brunswick, Park Heights Cemetery;

Fact 6: is listed in Holdcroft's "Names in Stone";

Fact 7: occupation: carpenter;

Fact 8: pictures; pictured with son Charles at carpenter shop in Maryland;

More About MARGARET ELIZABETH MARTIN:

Burial: Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Pendleton, IN

Fact 1: buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Green Twp., IN; pictured above;

Fact 2: christened May 12, 1844, Moravian church in Graceham, Frederick Co., MD; father recorded as William Martin & mother as Mary Gurley;

 

 

Notes: father William Martin b. c. 1800-d. bet. 1854-1860, farmer, as per "History of Frederick County," p. 954 'was a native of England'; he and Mary had 4 daughters & 1 son John T. Martin;

Notes: mother Mary Ann Gurley b. 1823 d. 1886; 2nd marriage 1866 to George W. Yourtee, b. 1803 d. 1882; possible father of Mary is Moses Gurley living in Creagerstown, Frederick Co., MD on 1850 census at same time as Mary & William Martin;

on 1850 census as "Margaret" Martin for Creagerstown, Frederick Co., MD, with husband William Martin, daughter Margaret, 7 years old, John 4, Mary 2, and a William Milliack 38.

on 1860 census as Mary A. Martin at Rohrersville, Pleasant Valley, Washington Co., MD, with daughter Mary J 12, John 14, Emma 10, and Catherine 6; husband William Martin died between 1853-ish & 1860 census.

on December 15, 1866, Mary Ann Martin married George (not Grover) W. Yourty/Yourtee, 1803-1882, in Washington Co., MD; source: Washington County, Maryland, Marriage Index, 1861-1949.

on 1870 census Mary Yourtee for Brownsville, District 11, Washington Co., MD, 2nd wife of George W. Yourtee, aged 66.

on 1880 census as Mary Yourtee for Sandy Hook, Washington Co., MD, with George W. aged 76.

died March 13, 1886; buried at Old Brownsville Church of the brethren Cemetery, Washington Co., MD, with 2nd husband George Yourtee and his first wife Mary Marr.

working theory: possible father Moses Gorley 1850 census 67 years old, born 1783 PA, at Creagerstown, Frederick Co., MD.  Moses on 1830 census for Adams Co., PA, with 1 white female 5 thru 9, etc.  1840 census Moses 57 y.o. in District 5, Frederick Co., MD. no female 15-19, but Mary may be shown on 1840 census for relative Thomas Gurley, District 10, Frederick Co., MD as persons emplyed in manufacture and trade, employed as cook, house maid, etc.

 

 

 

The Main section in Park Heights Cemetery, Brunswick, Maryland.

Children of WILLIAM MAIN and MARGARET MARTIN are:

12. i. WILLIAM EDWARD6 MAIN, b. June 01, 1865, Madison Co., IN; d. August 25, 1954, Madison Co., IN.

13. ii. JOHN WEBSTER MAIN, b. May 01, 1860.

More About JOHN WEBSTER MAIN:

Fact 1:  had four children: CARRIE, RAY, ERNEST, EVELYN;

picture of John and wife at right;

14. iii. CHARLES MAIN, b. August 08, 1876.

 

 

iv. MARY CATHERINE MAIN, b. April 08, 1862; m. JOHN ALVIA WISEMAN; b. June 19, 1862.

More About MARY CATHERINE MAIN:

Fact 1:  had one daughter, BESSIE, married a SCHMIDT.

picture at left is of William and Margaret Main's three daughters: "Kate," "Clemmie," and Florence, (not necessarily in that order);

 

v. CORA CLEMENTINE MAIN, b. November 20, 1872; m. THOMAS MINGLE.

More About CORA CLEMENTINE MAIN:

Fact 1:  had four children: BLANCHE, married a CAREY; NELLIE, married a CLARK; BILLY; MABEL, married a ESTEN.

vi. EMMA FLORENCE MAIN, b. June 18, 1868; m. CHARLES HENNINGER.

 

vii. GEORGE W. MAIN, b. 1859.

More About GEORGE W. MAIN:

1: on 1860 census for Green Twp., MC, IN; 4 months old; born in IN;

viii. DORTHA S. MAIN, b. February 10, 1878.

More About DORTHA S. MAIN:

Burial: Pleasant Valley, Pendleton, IN

 

11. GEORGE ADAM5 MAIN (JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born November 30, 1825 in Maryland, and died August 03, 1904 in Madison Co., IN. He married CAROLINE BISER, daughter of JOHN BISER and MARY ROUTZAHR. She was born October 04, 1818, and died July 03, 1884 in Pendleton, IN.

More About GEORGE ADAM MAIN:

Burial: Beech Grove Cemetery, Green Twp., Madison Co., IN

Fact 1: 4 children

Fact 2: 2nd wife Sarah Jane Shaul (in IN?);

More About CAROLINE BISER:

Burial: Beech Grove Cemetery, Green Twp., Madison Co., IN

Fact 1: listed on husband George's stone; picture;

Children of GEORGE MAIN and CAROLINE BISER are:

i. EMMA6 MAIN, b. 1852.

15. ii. CHARLES PETER MAIN, b. May 04, 1854; d. April 21, 1923.

iii. SARAH MAIN, b. 1857.

16. iv. ADAM MAIN, b. 1860.

 

Generation No. 6

The William Edward Main family, above, in front of their brick farm home on what is now 32nd Street, Anderson, Madison County, Indiana, left to right: Nellie, wife and mother Hannah Virginia Kuhn Main, Russell, Pansy, William Edward Main, John Dyson, and Thamar.

 

From the early 1900s, the William Edward Main family with horses in front of the family's bank barn.  From L-R, Thamar, William Edward, wife Hannah Kuhn, Russell, Pansy, Dyson, and Nellie.

 

12. WILLIAM EDWARD.6 MAIN (WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born June 01, 1865 in Madison Co., IN, and died August 25, 1954 in Madison Co., IN. He married HANNAH VIRGINIA KUHN, daughter of JOHN KUHN and HANNAH PRYOR. She was born October 14, 1870 in Frederick Co., MD, and died July 02, 1947 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN.

More About WILLIAM E. MAIN:

Burial: East Maplewood, Anderson, IN

Fact 1: buried in East Maplewood, section 12 with family;

Fact 2: pictures;

Fact 3: Lived in Lowman brick house built in 1876 on 32nd St., Anderson;

 

 

 

 

More About HANNAH VIRGINIA KUHN:

Burial: East Maplewood, Anderson, IN

Fact 1: buried in East Maplewood, section 12 with family;

Fact 2: parents moved from MD after 1870;

Fact 3: pictures;

 

 

 

***For Kuhn genealogy, go to the Kuhn page.***

 

***For Pryor genealogy, go to the Pryor(Elliot) page.***

 

Main family members at East Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Madison Co., IN.

Children of WILLIAM MAIN and HANNAH KUHN are:

17. i. NELLIE RUTH7 MAIN, b. January 26, 1895, Anderson, IN; d. March 28, 1983, Anderson, IN.

18. ii. THAMAR MAIN, b. June 09, 1899; d. 2000.

19. iii. RUSSELL MAIN, b. January 17, 1902; d. January 21, 1997.

20. iv. JOHN DYSON MAIN, b. December 15, 1897; d. 1928.

picture of Dyson as an adult with work horses at Main farm

 

v. PANSY MAIN, b. March 17, 1888, Anderson, IN; d. 1967, Anderson, IN.

More About PANSY MAIN: pictured at right;

Burial: East Maplewood, Anderson, IN

Fact 1: as an adult kept family photo album, the cover of which is used for the background of this Main page;

vi. MILDRED MAIN, b. September 26, 1913; d. 1982.

More About MILDRED MAIN:

Fact 1: in Women's Army Corps (WAC) Band

 

 

 

13. JOHN WEBSTER6 MAIN (WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born May 01, 1860. He married HARRIET ISABELLE CASKEY January 05, 1888. She was born May 11, 1868, and died September 07, 1941.

More About JOHN WEBSTER MAIN:

Fact 1: worked on railroad

Children of JOHN MAIN and HARRIET CASKEY are:

i. CARY7 MAIN.

ii. ROY MAIN.

iii. ERNEST MAIN.

iv. ELIZABETH VIOLA MAIN.

v. MARTIN MAIN.

vi. FLORENCE ESTELLE MAIN.

vii. JOHN LEVIN MAIN.

viii. CATHERINE PEARL MAIN.

 

14. CHARLES6 MAIN (WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born August 08, 1876. He married LOUISE ELLA PHILLIPS.

More About CHARLES MAIN:

 pictured with father William Henry in front of Maryland carpenter shop at right;

Children of CHARLES MAIN and LOUISE PHILLIPS are:

i. RUSSEL7 MAIN.

ii. ILENE MAIN.

 

15. CHARLES PETER6 MAIN (GEORGE ADAM5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born May 04, 1854, and died April 21, 1923. He married CLARA BERGINIA BISER. She was born May 31, 1854, and died June 13, 1933.

More About CHARLES PETER MAIN:

Burial: Reformed Cemetery, Charlesville, Frederick County, MD

Child of CHARLES MAIN and CLARA BISER is:

i. ROSA7 MAIN, b. October 01, 1876.

 

16. ADAM6 MAIN (GEORGE ADAM5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born 1860. He married CARRIE DACTER July 29, 1883.

Child of ADAM MAIN and CARRIE DACTER is:

i. EMMA7 MAIN, b. September 06, 1887; d. March 14, 1888.

More About EMMA MAIN:

Burial: Beech Grove, Pendleton, Madison Co., IN

 

Generation No. 7

 

 

17. NELLIE RUTH7 MAIN (WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born January 26, 1895 in Anderson, IN, and died March 28, 1983 in Anderson, IN. She married ADDISON LEWIS DILTS May 20, 1916, son of ELSA/ELZA DILTS and CORA LANE. He was born March 01, 1893 in Madison Co., IN, and died June 1973 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN.

More About NELLIE RUTH MAIN:

Burial: Bronnenberg Cemetery, Chesterfield, IN

Fact 1: buried in Bronnenberg Cemetery, Chesterfield, IN;

Fact 2: attended Terre Haute Normal College (for teachers);

Fact 3: taught school grades 1-8 at Hughel School on Rangeline Rd., before marrying;

Fact 4: had a faith-healing experience; on Christian radio program because of healing;

Fact 5: one of the first members at South Meridian Church of God;

 

More About ADDISON LEWIS DILTS:

Burial: Bronnenberg Cemetery, Chesterfield, IN

Fact 1: buried in Bronnenberg Cemetery, Chesterfield, IN;

Fact 2: in Coast Guard artillery for three years before WWI;

Fact 3: "good conduct, faithful" on service record at discharge;

Fact 4: occupation: general foreman at Delco Remey, division of GM;

Fact 5: lived at 3207 Hamilton Place, Anderson, IN;

 

 

***For Dilts genealogy, go to the Dilts page.***

 

Children of NELLIE MAIN and ADDISON DILTS are:

21. i. KATHERINE VIRGINIA8 DILTS, b. July 28, 1920, Anderson, IN.

22. ii. WILLIS MARCUS DILTS, b. June 13, 1917, Anderson, IN.

23. iii. JEANNE ANN DILTS, b. December 04, 1932, Anderson, IN.

24. iv. JACKIE LEE DILTS, b. June 05, 1935, Anderson, IN.

 

 

 

18. THAMAR7 MAIN (WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born June 09, 1899, and died 2000. He married DONNA IRENE PURSLEY. She was born September 24, 1901, and died 1991.

Notes for THAMAR MAIN:

lived to be 101 years of age;

graduated from Anderson High School: pictured on track team;

picture of track team 1918; Thamar, 1st row, second from left;

graduated from Indiana State Normal School;

taught industrial arts for a total of 44 years in Mishawaka, Muncie, and Middletown;

member of Masonic Lodge 433, Delaware County Farm Bureau, Selma Christ United Methodist Church;

Boy Scout Master of Troop 17 and 22;

Children of THAMAR MAIN and DONNA PURSLEY are:

i. PAUL M.8 MAIN, b. December 27, 1923.

More About PAUL M. MAIN:

Fact1: artist; lived in Los Angeles, CA;

ii. KENNETH R. MAIN.

25. iii. HERBERT G. MAIN.

iv. JOHN F. MAIN.

v. THAMAR MAIN, JR., b. September 26, 1922; d. April 15, 1945, Margrotton, Holland (WW II).

More About THAMAR MAIN, JR.:

Burial: Elm Ridge Cemetery, Muncie, Delaware Co., IN

 

19. RUSSELL7 MAIN (WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born January 17, 1902, and died January 21, 1997. He married MARTHA FLORENCE SAMPSON. She was born January 18, 1904, and died June 02, 1983.

Child of RUSSELL MAIN and MARTHA SAMPSON is:

i. DOROTHY8 MAIN, b. July 06, 1924; m. RONALD KERN, August 02, 1946; b. October 12, 1924.

More About RONALD KERN:

Fact1: PhD;

 

Front row, L-R, Donna, wife of Thamar, Thamar, and Russell;  Back row, L-R, Kenneth, Paul, John, and Herbert Main.

20. JOHN DYSON7 MAIN (WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born December 15, 1897, and died 1928. He married MARY GEORGE HODGES. She was born 1899, and died 1935.

More About JOHN DYSON MAIN:

Burial: East Maplewood, Anderson, IN

Children of JOHN MAIN and MARY HODGES are:

i. DONALD8 MAIN.

ii. RICHARD MAIN.

iii. JOHN DYSON MAIN, JR..

 

Generation No. 8

21. KATHERINE VIRGINIA8 DILTS (NELLIE RUTH7 MAIN, WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born July 28, 1920 in Anderson, IN. She married JOHN PHILLIP SUMMERS June 27, 1947 in Anderson, IN, son of CARL SUMMERS and LOIS DECKER. He was born June 01, 1921 in Orestes, IN.

More About KATHERINE VIRGINIA DILTS:

Fact 1: studied music at Anderson College, nursing at Ball State before marrying;

Fact 2: attended & graduated from Anderson University after she was 60 years old;

Fact 3: she and John have been on European vacations 20+ times & 5 times to Israel;

Fact 4: taught piano in home; homemaker;

Fact 5: pictures;

from "The Herald Bulletin," Anderson, Madison Co., IN, April 9, 2010
Katherine Dilts Summers
July 28, 1920 - April 8, 2010
Katherine (Dilts) Summers died at her home of natural causes April 8, 2010, at 89 years of age.
She was born July 28, 1920, the daughter of Nellie (Main) and Addison Dilts of Anderson. She was a member of the South Meridian Church of God all of her life.
She attended Anderson High School, graduating as an honor student in 1938. She first majored in music at Anderson College and then during World War II transferred to Ball State University where she majored in nursing. Marriage and family, however, took precedence over her career, but after raising her children, she returned to academic studies to finish her degree in nursing at Anderson University, graduating when she was 65.
She married John Phillip Summers on June 27, 1947, at the Park Place Church of God, and together they enjoyed 63 years of wedded partnership.
She relished her church family and activities, traveling extensively in the states and around the world, taking continuing education and life enrichment classes, giving piano lessons, collecting antiques, researching her genealogy, listening to classical music, eating Chinese food, and cooking for special events.
Katherine is survived by her husband, daughter Melody Summers Hull; sons, Meredith Lee Summers and Monte Dean Summers and his wife Debbie; sister, Jeannie Brumfield; brother, Jack Dilts and his wife Phyllis; sister-in-law, Roberta Ayers; and brother-in-law, Mark Summers and his wife Betty; and lifelong friend Mildred Ashby. Katherine will also be missed by her extensive church family, traveling companions, and friends in India and Beirut, Lebanon.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at South Meridian Church of God with the Rev. Dale Landis officiating. Burial will be in Bronnenberg Cemetery in Chesterfield.
 

 

More About JOHN PHILLIP SUMMERS:

Fact 1: in Army Air Corps during WWII; in African & Italian campaigns;

Fact 2: reconnaissance and tail gunner;

Fact 3: tool maker at Delco Remy for 31 years; learned to fly and owned Cessna;

Fact 4: in retirement, locally famous painter of water colors;

Fact 5: president of Del-Ray Toast Masters, Valley Grove PTA, Highland Band Boasters;

Fact 6: tour host for Educational Opportunities (travel company);

Fact 7: lay-minister at South Meridian Church of God;

Fact 8: pictures;

Children of KATHERINE DILTS and JOHN SUMMERS are:

i. MELODY9 SUMMERS, b. April 30, 1948, Muncie, IN; m. THOMAS A. HULL, March 25, 1972, Anderson, IN; b. March 29, 1948, Anderson, IN.

More About MELODY SUMMERS:

Fact 1: trustee & director of the horse registry, the Lipizzan Association of North America;

Fact 2: co-author of "The American Lipizzan: A Pictorial History";

Fact 3: English teacher 33 years, Madison-Grant High School, Fairmount, IN;

Fact 4: breed representative to Indiana Horse Council; exhibitor at Hoosier Horse Fair 7 years;

Fact 5: former president & director of Indiana Dressage Society;

Fact 6: 1970 graduated Ball State University, BS in English;1975 MA in English from BSU;

Fact 7: Madison County Cemetery Commissioner; Madison County Historical Society, Board of Trustee;

Fact 8: author and manager of web site "Pioneer Cemeteries and Their Stories, Madison County, Indiana";

Fact 9: In "Who's Who Among America's Teachers," twice;

More About THOMAS A. HULL:

Fact 1: trustee & director of Lipizzan Association of North America (LANA);

Fact 2: program design & data processor for LANA;

Fact 3: compiler of " LANA Studbook, Vol. I & II";

Fact 4: manager of Music Today, Anderson, IN;

Fact 5: graduated 1972 from Anderson University, major accounting;

Fact 6: co-owner of Ye Olde Tack Shoppe; musician in Anderson area;

  

***For Hull genealogy, go to the Hull page.***

 

ii. MONTE DEAN SUMMERS, b. July 07, 1951, Muncie, IN; m. DEBBIE SCHMIDT.

More About MONTE DEAN SUMMERS:

from "The Herald Bulletin, Anderson, Madison Co., IN, November 28, 2012

Monte Dean Summers, July 7, 1951 – November 24, 2012

Columbus—Monte Dean Summers, 61, of Columbus, IN, passed away unexpectedly Saturday at Columbus Regional Hospital.  He grew up in Madison County graduating from Highland High School in 1969 and attending South Meridian Church of God in Anderson.  He also attended Ball State University.  He was a master craftsman, constructing many fine homes in and around Brown County, Indiana.  Building muzzle-loading rifles and restoring firearms were among his hobbies.  He will be remembered as a true outdoorsman, spending much time camping, hiking, fishing, and hunting.  He loved American history, particularly the stories and biographies of western frontiersmen and pioneers.  In that regard, he and his wife shared numerous vacations in the scenic beauty of the Rocky Mountains.  Over all, his strong faith in God sustained him and now supports his family.  He is survived by his wife of thirty-three years Debbie Schmit Summers, his father John Phillip Summers, his sister Melody Summers Hull, and his brother Meredith Lee Summers.  Monte’s mother Katherine Dilts Summers predeceased him.

Fact 1: lives in Brown County, IN;

Fact 2: master craftsman; contractor & builder of fine homes;

Fact 3: reproduced black powder, muzzle-loading rifles

More About DEBBIE SCHMIDT:

Fact 1: manager in JC/Kroger grocery store;

iii. MEREDITH LEE SUMMERS, b. April 06, 1955, Muncie, IN.

More About MEREDITH LEE SUMMERS:

Fact 1: lives in Virginia, Minnesota;

Fact 2: custom house painter;

Fact 3: served aboard the USS America & USS Eisenhower;

Fact 4: in war with Libya; 10+ years aircraft structure modification; plane captain;

 

 

22. WILLIS MARCUS8 DILTS (NELLIE RUTH7 MAIN, WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born June 13, 1917 in Anderson, IN. He married CELIA MAE HOPPES in Indianapolis, IN.

Child of WILLIS DILTS and CELIA HOPPES is:

26. i. CAROL9 DILTS.

 

 

 

 

 

23. JEANNE ANN8 DILTS (NELLIE RUTH7 MAIN, WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born December 04, 1932 in Anderson, IN. She married ALLAN DEAN BRUMFIELD. He was born October 12, 1925, and died June 24, 2004 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN.

More About ALLAN DEAN BRUMFIELD:

Burial: Bronnenberg Cemetery, Chesterfield, Madison Co., IN

Child of JEANNE DILTS and ALLAN BRUMFIELD is:

i. JULIE ANNE9 BRUMFIELD, m. WILLIAM "BILL" FRANKLIN.

 

 

 

 

 

 

24. JACKIE LEE8 DILTS (NELLIE RUTH7 MAIN, WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) was born June 05, 1935 in Anderson, IN. He married PHILLIS ELAINE SLONE March 09, 1963 in Anderson, IN.

Children of JACKIE DILTS and PHILLIS SLONE are:

i. KEITH9 DILTS.

ii. PAUL DILTS.

 

 

25. HERBERT G.8 MAIN (THAMER7, WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) He married BETTY.

Children of HERBERT MAIN and BETTY are:

i. MARILYN9 MAIN.

ii. MARK MAIN.

 

Generation No. 9

26. CAROL9 DILTS (WILLIS MARCUS8, NELLIE RUTH7 MAIN, WILLIAM E.6, WILLIAM HENRY5, JOHN "ADAM"4, JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3, GEORGE ADAM " ADAM"2 MAIN/MEHN/MAINE, JOHANN GEORGE1 MEHN) She married RAY ALLRED.

Child of CAROL DILTS and RAY ALLRED is:

i. TIM10 ALLRED.

 

 

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Descendants of Johann Georg Weil/Wiles

Generation No. 1

1. JOHANN GEORG1 WEIL/WILES was born February 23, 1727 in Germany, and died December 06, 1801 in Frederick Co., MD. He married MARIA ELISABETHA 1748 in Frederick Co., MD. She was born Abt. 1726, and died Bef. 1790 in Frederick Co., MD.

Notes for JOHANN GEORG WEIL/WILES:

info on Johann George Weil/Wile family from descendant and researcher Cindy Michelhaugh, Cindy.Michelhaugh at frontiernet.net:

     immigrated September 7, 1748 to Philadelphia, PA;

     (There is a city in the Hessen province of Germany named "Weil.")

     arrived on ship "Hampshire";

     sailed from Rotterbdam to Philadelphia via Falmouth (England);

     took Oath of Allegiance at Philadelphia;

     counted in 1790 & 1800 census records for Frederick Co., MD;

     taxed for 158 acres of land, named property "Wiles Landing," part of "Tan Bark";

     will says oldest daughter is dead and son George Peter to inherit property after death of Johann George's wife;

     probably buried on land he owned since George Peter's will of 1830 bequeaths 1/2 acred used as burial ground on Weil farm to neighbors for their burials, forever;

     property also described as "Wiles Ending," located where the Middletown High School is and adjacent to north of US 40 south of Harmony and southwest of US 70.

More About JOHANN GEORG WEIL/WILES:

Burial: Frederick Co., MD

More About MARIA ELISABETHA:

Fact 1: also Appolonia, Abelona;

Fact 2: not on 1790 census;

Children of JOHANN WEIL/WILES and MARIA ELISABETHA are:

2. i. APOLLONIA2 WEIL, b. Abt. 1750, Frederick Co., MD; d. Bef. 1790, Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church, L.I.,NY.

3. ii. ANNA ELISABETHA WEIL/WILES, b. February 07, 1751, Frederick Co., MD.

iii. JOHANN ANTONIO WEIL/WILES, b. 1754, Frederick Co., MD; d. Bef. December 1801.

iv. MARIA SUSANNAH WEIL/WILES, b. 1754; d. Aft. 1775; m. PETER WIESINGER, Abt. 1775, Frederick Co., MD.

More About MARIA SUSANNAH WEIL/WILES:

Fact 1: twin to Johann Antonio;

Fact 2: christened June 5, 1772, Zion Lutheran Church, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD;

Fact 3: sponsor for Elisabeth Weil Stein's daughter Maria Susanna Stein, November 26, 1775;

v. MARIA ANNA WEIL/WILES, b. January 01, 1758, Frederick Co., MD; d. Aft. 1798; m. HENRY KNAUF, JR., Bef. 1790, Frederick Co., MD.

More About MARIA ANNA WEIL/WILES:

Fact 1: Christened March 21, 1758, Evangelical Reform Church, Frederick Co., MD;

vi. JOHANN GEORGE WEIL/WILES, b. March 18, 1760, Frederick Co., MD; d. April 14, 1760, Frederick Co., MD.

4. vii. GEORG PETER WEIL, b. May 11, 1761, Frederick Co., MD; d. Bef. May 15, 1832, poss. Creagerstown Dist. Frederick Co., MD.

viii. MARGARET WEIL, b. 1774.

 

Generation No. 2

2. APOLLONIA2 WEIL (JOHANN GEORG1 WEIL/WILES) was born Abt. 1750 in Frederick Co., MD, and died Bef. 1790 in Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church, L.I.,NY. She married GEORGE ADAM " ADAM" MAIN/MEHN/MAINE 1770, son of JOHANN MEHN/MAIN and ELIZABETHA. He was born May 15, 1746 in Frederick Co., MD, and died May 17, 1822 in Frederick Co., MD.

Notes for GEORGE ADAM " ADAM" MAIN/MEHN/MAINE:

Revolutionary War patriot, listed as George Mains;

will names wife and four children; left "present dwelling plantation" to his (2nd) wife Margaret until her death; (Apollonia predeceased him);

to son Frederick "the land and premises which he has now in possession situated in Frederick County...Pleasant Hill...Resurvey on Timber Ridge Enlargement...";

tombstone still standing (as of Seubold's book) and legible, next to 2nd wife's in Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Middletown, Frederick County, Maryland;

2nd wife Anna Margaretha Youtsey, their son John George Main;

lived on Empty Bottle farm inherited from father and enlarged farm;

Main information from Helen Winters Seubold's book "Mehn is a Main is a Mayne", copyright 1980;

and Main researcher Glenn Main: gmain14@bcpi.net;

More About GEORGE ADAM " ADAM" MAIN/MEHN/MAINE:

Burial: Middletown Reformed Cemetery, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: Revolutionary War patriot; listed in DAR Patriot Index-Centenial Edition;

Fact 2: listed in "Names in Stone" by Holdcraft;

Fact 3: discussed in Helen Winters Seubold's book "Mehn is a Main is a Mayne";

Fact 4: pictures;

Children of APOLLONIA WEIL and GEORGE MAIN/MEHN/MAINE are:

i. JOHN FREDERICK "FRED"3 MAIN, SR., b. April 17, 1774; d. April 30, 1850, Frederick Co., MD; m. MARY SUSANNA STEIN/STINE/STONE, 1793; b. October 24, 1775; d. April 09, 1825.

Notes for JOHN FREDERICK "FRED" MAIN, SR.:

Frederick's will bequeathed land called "New Bremen" to his son John Adam, as given to Frederick by his father. John Adam predeceased father who had not changed will, and so property became subject to court case. Land went to Daniel, and Frederick Main bought land; Daniel then bought-out Frederick.

More About JOHN FREDERICK "FRED" MAIN, SR.:

Burial: Reformed Cemetery, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: 10 children

Fact 3: listed in "Names in Stone" by Holdcraft;

Fact 4: pictures;

More About MARY SUSANNA STEIN/STINE/STONE:

Burial: Hi-Knob, near Frederick, Frederick Co., MD

Fact 1: listed in "Names in Stone" by Holdcraft as "Susanna w/o John";

ii. ELIZABETH MAIN, b. March 27, 1772; m. PETER MICHAEL, March 06, 1792; b. 1775, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD.

iii. MARIA MAGDALENA MAIN, b. Abt. 1785; d. 1865; m. JOHN MATTHIAS SMITH, 1802; b. 1770, Pennsylvania; d. 1848.

 

3. ANNA ELISABETHA2 WEIL/WILES (JOHANN GEORG1) was born February 07, 1751 in Frederick Co., MD. She married JOHANNES STEIN Bef. 1773 in Frederick Co., MD.

More About ANNA ELISABETHA WEIL/WILES:

Fact 1: christened April 17, 1778 in Zion Lutheran Church, middletown, Frederick Co., MD;

Children of ANNA WEIL/WILES and JOHANNES STEIN are:

i. JOHANNES3 STEIN.

ii. ELISABETH STEIN.

iii. MARIA ELISABETH STEIN.

iv. ANNA MARIA STEIN.

v. MARIA STEIN.

 

4. GEORG PETER2 WEIL (JOHANN GEORG1 WEIL/WILES) was born May 11, 1761 in Frederick Co., MD, and died Bef. May 15, 1832 in poss. Creagerstown Dist. Frederick Co., MD. He married MARIA MAGDALENA JANTZ October 14, 1783 in Frederick Co., MD, daughter of JOHANN YOUTSEY and ANNA SENORS. She was born October 01, 1762 in Middletown, Frederick Co., MD, and died February 13, 1847 in Frederick Co., MD.

More About GEORG PETER WEIL:

Burial: prob. buried in Wiles Family Cemetery on property;

Fact 1: on 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830 census for Dist. #3, Frederick Co., MD;

Fact 2: probably buried in Wiles Family Cemetery on property;

Fact 3: There is a Pete Wiles Rd., Middletown, Frederick Co., MD;

Fact 4: cholera epidemic in Frederick Co., MD, September 1832;

Fact 5: family bible;

More About MARIA MAGDALENA JANTZ:

Burial: Evangelical Reform Church Cemetery, Middletown, Frederick Co., MD

Children of GEORG WEIL and MARIA JANTZ are:

i. JACOB3 WEIL.

ii. CATHARINA WEIL.

iii. WILHELM WEIL.

iv. ELIZABETH WEIL.

v. MARIAN WEIL.

 

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