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Red Ball Weigand PANNEBECKER

Weygand Pannebecker
Old Goshenhoppen Account Book, p.221.

 

Green Ball DOCUMENTED EVENTS

Documented events in the life of Weigand/Wyand/Wyant PANNEBECKER / Weiant PENNEBAKER

  • Johann Weigand Pfannebecker, 14 Dec 1714, birth in Bermersheim, Germany, (BRCR, p.242),
  • Johann Weigand Pfannebecker, 29 Dec 1714, christening in Bermersheim, Germany, (BRCR, p.242),
  • Weygandt Pannenbeek, 1736-1739, Heads of Families (PGCR, p.5),
  • Weygand Pannebecker, 17 Oct 1746, baptism, children of Jörg Rautenbusch, (PGCR, p.16),
  • Wegand Pfannebecker, 5 Mar 1749, baptism of Heinrich, son of Wegand & wife, (PGCR, p.17),
  • Weigandt Pannebeck, 3 Sep 1758, baptism, unnamed child of Weigandt & Nelche, (PGCR, p.21),
  • Wigand Pannibecker, 10/11 Apr 1761, Naturalization Lists, Philadelphia, (PA Archives, 2nd Ser, v. II, p. 413),
  • Wyand Pennybaker, 20 Jun 1761, witness John Seehler will, (Phil. Co, PA Wills, M:168),
  • Weigandt Pannenbecker, 9 Aug 1761, baptism of Elisabeth, dau. of Weigandt & Nelche, (PGCR, p.30),
  • Weiant Pannebecker, 1767, baptism, Elisabeth Sell, dau. of Henrich Sell, (PGCR, p.45),
  • Wyant Pennebecker, 22 Jan 1767, witness John Sisseholtz will, (Phil. Co, PA Wills, O:121),
  • Wyand Pennypacker, 1769, Proprietary Tax List, Upper Hanover Township,
  • Wyand Pannebecker, 4 May 1772, exec. of Conrad Wannenmaker's will, (Phila. Co, PA, Wills, P:261),
  • Weygand Pannebecker, 1772, Old Goshenhoppen Account Book, (p.221),
  • Weyand Pannebaker, 20 Sep 1773, with Judah Faulk, Sheriff, Up. Hanover Twp. (re: orphans' land)
  • Weyand Panebecker, 21 Aug 1774, dau. Anna Margaretha weds Abraham Wolfart, (PGCR, p.155),
  • Weiant Panebecker, 20 Nov 1774, marriage of son Friedrich to Elisabeth Neukomer, (PGCR, p.94),
  • Wyant Pennebaker, 1774, Provincial tax, Philadelphia County,
  • Weyant Panebecker, 11 Jun 1776, marriage of son Henry to Susana Huper, (PGCR, p.95),
  • Weiant Panebecker, 11 Feb 1779, baptism of Elisabeth, dau. of Friedrich Panebecker, (PGCR, p.58),
  • Weiant Panebecker, 2 Apr 1779, confirmation of Weiant II at New Goshenhoppen, (PGCR, p.103),
  • Wigand Pannebecker, 14 Mar 1790, baptism of William, son of Friedrich Pannebecker, (PGCR, p.70),
  • Weyand Panebecker, 1795, aged 79 yrs, 2 mos, 2 dys, Burial by Joh. Theo. Faber, (PGCR, p.91,see note),
  • Wyand Pannebaker, 16-20 Mar 1795, probate records (death was before inventory of 16 Mar 1795),
  • Wyant Pannebaker, 16-20 Mar 1795, probate records,
  • Wyant Pannebecker, 16-20 Mar 1795, probate records,
  • Wyand Pannepacker, 16-20 Mar 1795, probate records,
  • Wyand Pennepacker, 16-20 Mar 1795, probate records.

    Bermersheim Reformed Church (BRCR) records show that Johann Weigand PFANNEBECKER was born in Bermersheim, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany on Dec 14, 1714 as son of Johann Friedrich PFANNEBECKER and Agatha SEITZ (FHL LDS Film #1440252, Bermersheim Reformed Church Records, page 242.) He immigrated from Germany to Pennsylvania about 1725-1730 with his father. Weigand's name evolved to Weiant or Wyand/Wyant PANNEBECKER. He is the progenitor of almost all Pennebakers in the USA.

    Note: Wyant died on 16 Feb 1795 using known birthdate and 80 yrs, 2 mos, 2 dys as age at death. Note that age is one (1) year more than Rev. Faber's calculation. The burial year, 1795, is irrefutable. Information is from Pennsylvania German Church Records (PGCR), page 91 and other referenced sources.


  • Green Ball WYANT DIES
    Nelly names son Henry as Administrator Weygand Pannebecker

    I Nelly Pannebecker, Widow and Relict of Wyant Pannebecker Late of Upperhanover Township in the County of Montgomery Deceased, Do hereby Certify that it is my will that my Son Henry Pannebecker, do Administer on the Estate of my Said Deceased Husband, in witness whereof I have herewith Set my hand & Seal this 20th day of March 1795.  

    Witness Present at Signing Nelly N Pannebecker (seal)
    Heinrich Borneman & Jacob Maürer         mark

    Green Ball HOUSEHOLD INVENTORY
    Inventory of the cash and moveable household goods and personal estate of Wyand Pannebaker late of Upperhanover Township in Montgomery County and State of Pennsylvania yeoman deceased as the same was appraised by Michael Raudebush and Henry Borneman on 16th March Anno 1795 .....
    £ s d
    Viz... The deceased hat 4/, the big coat 10/ -- 14 --
    His Top coat and waist coat 2 -- --
    One pair of breeches and trousers and jacket -- 13 --
    Old boots, shoes, stockings, gloves and cap -- 10 --
    Nine shirts 2 -- --
    Beddings and pillow cases -- 4 --
    Three bed sheets -- 18 2
    Linen cloth £ 1/0/6 and towel cloth 18/6 1 19 --
    Two Table clothes and a short bag -- 8 --
    A folio Bible 2 -- --
    Two smaller books -- 2 6
    The clock in the store room 9 -- --
    The steelyard 11/3, wool ____, glasses, shears 4/6 -- 15 9
    One copper kettle 2 10 --
    Three iron pots -- 7 6
    A cake plate, frying pan and roasting iron -- 12 6
    The dresser in the kitchen -- 10 --
    Two saws, a square and draw knife -- 9 --
    One dish, a tankard, funnel and spoons -- 17 --
    One auger, thimbles and drills -- 5 --
    Three old axes, and old hammer -- 5 6
    Fire tongs, lantern, d___ ____ and forks -- 6 9
    A meal chest -- 11 3
    ___ Bed and bedstead 5 -- --
    Three Bed covers 4/0, nine bags 12/6 -- 16 6
    two chests and 8 bottles 9/9, old irons 1/6 -- 11 3
    An old saddle 2/6. bee hives and baskets 8/6 -- 10 --
    Two razors and some buttons -- 3 --
    A big tub 7/6, six old barrels 5/0 -- 12 6
    Old kegs and cabbage iron -- 3 --
    Found in cash 73 -- --
    -------------------------- ------- ------- -------
    Amounting   £108 15s 2d
     

    Green Ball NELLY RETAINS

    The articles which the widow intends to keep for her own use of the moveable goods.

    £ s d
    Viz... The cows 4 10 --
    The bed with the bedstead and curtain 4 10 --
    One chest -- 7 6
    The cloth press 1 8 6
    The New Testament, a song book and prayer book -- 9 --
    Two small iron pots -- 5 --
    The spinning wheel -- 2 6
    -------------------------- ------- ------- -------
    Amounting  £11 12s 6d
    Michael Raudebush
    Henry Borneman

    Green Ball WYANT'S ESTATE

    Accounting of his whole personal estate that came to his hands.
    £ s d
      The said ______ charges himself with all and singular the Goods, Rights and Credits which were of the said deceased as mentioned in an inventory thereof dated 16th March Anno 1795 amending thus inventory what was found in Cash to £108-15-2. But by the indenture held in the 17th April following the Goods once sold for less than valued in the Inventory £3  5s  2d to be deducted there remains...
    105 10 0
      Plus the outstanding debt...
    Due by William Pannebecker per note 18 14 4
    Due by Frederick Pannebaker per bond 100 -- --
    Due by ditto per bond 25 -- --
    ------- ------- -------
    £249 4s 4d
      Besides what he hath given to several of his children in his lifetime as by his particular account thereof will appear...
    Viz... To his son Peter Pannebaker 90 -- --
    To Henry Pannebaker 50 -- --
    To Frederick Pannebaker 50 -- --
    To William Pannebaker 93 -- --
    To Wyant Pannebaker 111 15 --
    To Ann Mary wife of Henry Sell 27 9 1
    To Margretha wife of Abraham Wolfarth 74 16 6
    ----------------------------------------- ------- ------- -------
    Amounting in the whole to     £746 4s 11d
     

    Green Ball ADMINISTRATION COSTS

    £ s d
    Cash Paid to Register for Administration 1 1 9
    Paid Jacob Sechler per receipt 2 5 --
    Paid Henry Swink per receipt 1 -- --
    Paid John Shell per receipt -- 9 8
    Paid Michael Colb, Esquire for qualifying appraisors -- 2 --
    Paid to John Swink 1 2 6
    Paid to ditto for other services -- 16 --
    Paid to Jacob Wagner for _____ 1 2 6
    Paid to David Schultz for services -- 3 9
    Paid to John Jolly for acknowledgement -- 3 9
    Paid to Henry Borneman and Michael Raudebush for their trouble 0/2/0 each -- 4 --
    -------------------------- ------- ------- -------
    Amounting £8 10s 11d

    Wyant's will and probate found in loose papers in Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky Library.


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