The Weigel Family ~ Greencastle, PA


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This "Wills" page contains hyper-links to the transcribed and/or scanned images of collected wills as they exist presently in our records and as they are added in the future. It should ease the search for anyone having interest in these items. A link to the will of a specific ancestor will exist on their individual page in addition to being found here. It should also be noted that the author has copied, verbatim, the words, capitalization and punctuation, of these documents. Don't think your browser is malfunctioning or that the author's spell checker is faulty.

bulletDaniel Weigel - May 21, 1778 - August 11, 1852
bulletAgnes Weigel - 1750 - September 6, 1820   --- This individual, based on date of death, is known in our genealogy as Anna Weibler, wife of the eldest Daniel Weigel. It is interesting to note that in her will she identifies herself as "Agnes Wigal" and yet her children were baptized and are clearly known by the name "Weigel". No birth information is known on Anna but with their eldest children being born in Lancaster County, PA makes it highly probable that her ancestry is from that part of the country.
bulletJohn Weigel - October 19, 1768 - August 27, 1820
bulletAbraham Weigel - xxxx - September 7, 1821 ---- The connection of this individual with our lineage is being explored. The photocopy of the will exists with other documents in our possession but proper relationships have not yet been established. The document is place here simply as information and may be removed in the future should it be found that lineage cannot be properly identified.
bulletHenry Baker - Precise dates unknown ---- Dates within the document indicate this to be Henry Baker, one of the sons that accompanied George Peter Baker from Germany on the Ship Peggy. This document appears to be due to a possible discrepency in the estate handling or something of that nature. Read it and draw your own conclusions.

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