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Goshenhoppen Registers of Baptisms, Marriages, Confirmations, Deaths, Etc. (Third Series.) 1787-1800...
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Goshenhoppen Registers of Baptisms, Marriages, Confirmations, Deaths, Etc. (Third Series.) 1787-1800. Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia. Volume VIII. Pages 386-393.
Middleton, Thomas C. (Thomas Cooke), 1842-1923.
11 January 2014
Philadelphia : American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia
GOSHENHOPPEN REGISTERS. (Ccmtz‘nuea’ from page 384.) MARRIAGES. ”‘ ' 1787-1800. Oboltz-Moltzberger : February 3, 1787, the banns having been called, Anthony Obolt, youth, of Conewago, and Catharine Moltzberger, maiden, of Herford township, in Berks county. Megaddy fM’Carty]--Hoenig : February 23, 1787, John Megaddy and Elizabeth Hoenig, Catholics, having previously been married be- fore a preacher (“ coram przedicantio ” [sic] ), renew their consent. Hoenig-Peyl : February 23, 1787, Simon Hoenig, Catholic, and Anna Peyl, non-Catholic, having married before a Lutheran minister, renew their consent. Stalter-Matheis : April 15, 1787, Henry Stalter, youth, of Manthobb, and Apollonia Matheis, maiden, of Herford township in Berks county.- r Laurenz-Ebrers : April 16, 1787, Joseph Laurenz and Catharine Ebrers. Bock-Kremer: June 2, 1787, banns having been called, Leonard Bock, youth, and Elizabeth Kremer, maiden, of Bucks (in the record “ Bocks ”) county. . Burgarth-Eccorod : June 3, 1787, the usual banns having been called, Philip Burgarth, youth, and Magdalen Eccorod, maiden. [ In the Baptismal Register (p. 6), whence this marriage there recorded by mistake has been transferred, Philip Burgarth is put down as resident of Herfard township, and Magdalen of “ers'mitz” county] Bock-Meccle : December 2, 1787, the usual banns having been called, Joseph Bock, youth, and Elizabeth Meccle, maiden. Melchior-Hoenigs : February I, 1788, Michael Melchior and Mary Magdalen Hoenigs, both resident in Hegau in Bucks county. On the day of his marriage, the bridegroom, having received the sacra- ments of Penance and Eucharist, made public profession of Faith before the altar. . Siegfried-Kobel: February 3, 1788, the banns having been called, Joseph Siegfried, youth, and Barbara Koble, maiden, of Berks county. Eysenmann-Schos : February I7, 1788, the banns having been called, Christian Eysenmann and Susan Schos of -- township, in Berks county. ‘The page, whereon opens the Marri e Register, is headed “Nomina Copulatorum 1787-" Underneath are recorded mar ' es for Fe ruary of that year the months preceding Novem- ber, when, as Father Helhron as stated in two places in his Regular, he took charge of Goehenhoppen Mission. (But see the Nat: on this conflict in dates in the Preface.) 3