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  1. Adam Ashbaugh: Birth: 1760 in Mt. Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA. Death: NOV 1820 in Armstrong Co., PA

  2. John Ashbaugh: Birth: 7 OCT 1766 in Mt. Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA. Death: BEF 1856

  3. Maria Magdalena Ashbaugh: Birth: 25 AUG 1768 in Mt. Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA. Death: 26 DEC 1848 in Adams Co., PA

  4. Elizabeth Ashbaugh: Birth: BET 1770 AND 1772 in Mount Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA. Death: 23 DEC 1820 in Strabar Twp., Adams Co., PA

  5. Henry Ashbaugh: Birth: 11 OCT 1770 in Mount Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA. Death: BET 1831 AND 1850

  6. Andrew Ashbaugh: Birth: 11 NOV 1772 in Mount Joy Twp., York Co., PA. Death: 27 SEP 1842 in Springfield, Columbiana Co., OH

  7. Thomas Ashbaugh: Birth: 1775 in Mount Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA. Death: 12 DEC 1847 in Adams Co., PA

  8. Frederick Ashbaugh: Birth: 8 JUN 1777 in Mt. Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA. Death: 1816 in Adams Co., PA

  9. William Ashbaugh: Birth: BET 1778 AND 1779 in Mount Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA. Death: JUL 1846 in Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA

  10. Esther Ashbaugh: Birth: 26 JUN 1783 in Mount Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA.

  11. Alexander Ashbaugh: Birth: 1788 in Adams Co., PA. Death: BET 1851 AND 1880


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a. Note:   maybe born in German Palinate or Philadelphia, PA residence: Andrews Burgh, later changed to Speedwell Marks German Reformed Church, Adams Co. Subscribing and founding member Marks Church in 1789 Estate - recorded in Adams Co., PA Genealogical Reports for the Historical Society of York Co., Vol.XXII, pp.30-36 (1939): Taxables of 1783, York County, PA - Andrew ASHBOUGH of Mount Joy Twp., 120 acres 1 house, 1 outhouse, 4 horses, 7 cows, 15 sheep 6 males, 2 females; valuation L283.12.0, tax L4.14.6 Andrew ESHBAUGH or ASHBOUGH, member of the Fifth Class of the Inhabitants of Mountjoy Township, classified under an Act of Assembly passed in 1780, entitled "An Act to compleat the Quota of the Federal Army;" each class was "required to provide, in fifteen Days from this Date [January 30, 1781], one able-bodied Recruit for the Continental Army, to serve during the War," under penalty of a fine of L15.0.0 specie: this class furnished a recruit. Andrew owned 120 acre farm known as "Andrews Burgh" & "Speedwell" in Mountjoy Twp., Adams Co., PA. He was known as both a farmer & a potter. His estate was appraised at $1586.10. Andrew may have been born 1.) in Germany immediately before his parents emigrated to America; 2.) on board the ship; or 3.) in Philadelphia, immediately after his parents landed. Andrew ASHBOCH/ASHBOUGH appears in Mt. Joy Twp., Adams Co., PA censuses of 1800 & 1810. WILL OF ANDREW ASHBAUGH ADAMS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA WILL BOOK B (p.16); 1814 In The Name of God Amen etc. etc. - I Andrew Ashbough of Mountjoy township Adams County in the state of Pennsylvania farmer being weak and frail of Body but of sound mind and memory (Thanks to God for the same) do this twenty fifth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred & thirteen make and publish this Instrument of writing as and for my last will and testament in manner and form following (that is to say) first of all I order will and allow all my Just debts to be well and truly paid as soon after my decease as my Executors Conveniently Can. secondly) I Give and bequeath to my wife Mary Ashbough as much of my household and Kitchen furniture as she may think proper to Keep, vizt the use thereof, and as may be necessary for her, and one Cow of her own Choice, and twenty dollars to be paid her out of the first money that Comes to my S___ hands after my death, to be holden of her during her natural life, Alfo one third of the yearly produce of my plantation whereon I now Dwell with the use of & Occupation of the Room in my house which we now Occupy, with liberty of the Kitchen as much as she will want to Cook wash and Keep her furniture therein suitable for that purpose, that part of her Garden we now hold, and a small patch for potatoes dunged & plowed & made fit to plant by the renters - and Good & sufficient firewood Cut hawled & laid at her door & made fit for the Kitchen & stove the Grain to be delivered to her in the Bushel and the hay Cut Cured and put on the stable Alfo stabling & pasture for her Cow to be held and Enjoyed by her my said wife for & during her natural life - and I do Enjoin it upon my Executor to see that she is treated with Respect and humanity, & Receives the foregoing in due time & manner so as to render her life Comfortable & Easy. thirdly) I order will and allow the rest and Residue of my personal Estate to be sold at public Vendue and the money arising therefrom together with the notes bonds and Accounts & Cash I may have at my Death when Collected to be distributed as follows. first paying to my wife twenty Dollars & the Residue to be Equally Divided to and amongst all my Children or the legall Representatives of those dead if any be, leaving such Ifsue the Representatives taking their parents share if one solely, if more than one Equally, fourthly) I order will and allow my plantation to be rented from year to year during my wifes naturall life reserving to her the priviledges to her bequeathed, my son Allexander Ashbough to have the first offer - but if he will not Accept thereof, or not farm to the satisfaction of my Executors, that then they may rent to any other suitable person they Can, still, however, having Respect to put no person thereon that will render my wife Uneasy, or abridge her priviledges, fifthly) I order will and allow at the death of my wife my land to be sold by my Executors at public or private sale at their discretion, for one third in hand & the rest in ten Equal annual payments - and when the sum is well and truly paid or secured to be paid to their satisfaction then but not before, to convey the same to the purchaser in fee simple it being patented - and such Conveyance so made by my Executors shall for Ever Ban my heirs & all under them. sixthly) the money arising from such sale I order to be distributed as follows - As some of my Children have received from me heretofore some more some lefs - and I wish them to be all Equal - then when my Executors receive this first payment of my land, they shall Refer to a sheet of paper where I have made an Account of what I have Given to Each of them Respectively, and in order to Designate that paper from Others I have made my mark thereunto this day - and by that they are to be made Equal out of the payment aforesd. and then being so made Equal, the rest & Residue shall be Equally Divided amongst all my Children if Alive but if any of them be dead leaving lawfull Ifsue then such Ifsue shall Inherit their parents share in manner directed in Case of the personal Estate aforesaid. and Lastly) I Do hereby Constitute and ordain my son in Law Adam Winterode and my son Thomas Ashbough Executors of this my last will and testament Agreeable to the Intent and meaning thereof but in Case of death resignation or removeable to too Great a Distance of any of my Executors then the Other to Act solely and by himself as if no other had been appointed. In Testimony of this being my Last will and testament I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day & year first above written. Andrew his AEB mark Ashbough signed sealed published pronounced & declared by Andrew Ashbough in our presence of us who were witnefses at his request R. McIlhinny Robt. Wilson Georg Lunder Adams County} Before James Duncan Esq Register for the Probate of Wills and granting Letters of Administration in and for the County of Adams in the state of Pennsylvania Personally came Robt. Wilson & George Bonder two of the subscribing witnefses to the foregoing instrument of writing and on their solemn oaths do severally say that they were Personally Present and saw and heard the within named Andrew Ashbaugh sign his mark write and seal and publish the foregoing instrument of writing as and for his last will & testament and at the time of Doing thereof he the said Andrew Ashbaugh was of a sound and disposing mind memory and understanding to the best of their Knowledge and belief and that they subscribed their names thereto as witnefses in the presence of the said testator and at his request and also in the presence of each other at the same time. Robt. Wilson Georg Lauder Sworn & subscribed before ___ at Gettysburg on 12th day of March 1814 James Duncan Regr. INVENTORY OF ANDREW ASHBOUGH Inventory of all and singular the Goods & Chattels Rights & Credits which were of Andrew Ashbough late of Mountjoy township County of Adams penna deceased Apprised the 4th day of March 1814 as follows Vizt. ................................................ doll.Cents To 1 horse ........................................ 55.00 1 Cow .............................................. 15.00 1 Windmill .......................................... 5.00 1 Cuting Box ...................................... 0.75 1 Thrashing Machine ........................... 1.00 1 plough .............................................. 2.50 4 Cow Chains ..................................... 1.00 1 pair of hay Lathers ........................... 1.75 1 harrow ............................................. 4.50 1 old Wagon ..................................... 15.00 Sundries of Iron of a wagon ................. 6.00 1 Wagon bed ...................................... 5.00 1 Grind Stone ...................................... 0.50 1 old Plough ........................................ 0.50 dung fork & hook ................................ 1.25 Sundries of old horse Geers ................. 1.25 Sundry parcels of old Iron .................... 0.75 4 old Axes ........................................... 1.50 1 Log Chair ......................................... 1.50 5 Rakes ............................................... 0.40 Sundry old lasts .................................... 0.50 old Iron ................................................ 0.50 Sundry old Augers ................................ 1.00 old Drawing Knives .............................. 0.75 1 hand saw ........................................... 0.50 Sundry old Chisels ................................ 0.50 3 Chares ............................................... 0.06 3 hoes ................................................... 0.75 1 Bee hive with bees .............................. 2.00 1 Bundle of Leathers .............................. 0.75 9 lb flax some hackled ............................ 1.27 1 pair of Steelyards ................................ 2.00 1 old table .............................................. 0.50 1 Drefsar & furniture thereon ................ 12.00 1 pair of old Saddlebags ........................ 1.00 1 old Bucket .......................................... 0.06 Sundry of Shoemakers tools .................. 1.50 5 Chares ............................................... 1.25 5 yards Shirten linen @@ 45 Cents p yd ... 2.25 11 yards do. @@ 48 Cents ...................... 5.28 11 yards do. @@ 48 Cents p yd .............. 5.28 .........................................................$159.85 Continued To 7 yards of Linen @@ 30 Cents p yard . 2.10 5 yards do. @@ 30 Cents p ..................... 1.50 4 yards Striped @@ 31 Cents p ............... 1.24 3 1/2 yards Woolen Cloth ..................... 4.00 2 Bed Covers ........................................ 4.00 2 Sheets ................................................ 1.75 2 table Clothes ...................................... 0.75 5 bottles ................................................ 0.40 1 small table .......................................... 0.30 1 hog .................................................... 2.50 1 mall & 2 wedges ................................ 1.25 1 third horse tree ................................... 0.30 1 turnbill & fooladge .............................. 1.25 Sundry old planes .................................. 0.75 1 half Bushell ......................................... 0.35 1 tea Kettle ........................................... 2.00 2 Iron pots ............................................ 1.50 1 Clover Rake to strip seed ................... 3.00 1 Cross Cut Saw .................................. 5.00 3 flax heckles ........................................ 1.75 1 Mans Saddle ...................................... 6.00 1 large Copper Kettle ............................ 3.00 1 Bake tray ............................................ 0.50 1 Barrel & some flax seed ...................... 0.60 1 old table .............................................. 0.30 2 Cotton Wheels .................................... 1.00 1 Chest .................................................. 2.00 2 bags of tow ......................................... 1.00 1 Bundle of hemp ................................... 0.75 12 lb of flax ............................................ 2.50 1 bed & stead & Covering .................... 15.00 1 Chest ................................................... 0.50 Sundry old Barrels .................................. 4.75 3 tubs ..................................................... 2.00 2 Sifters .................................................. 0.30 5 Acres of rie in the Ground @@ $2.50 p . 12.50 2 Acres of wheat in do. @@ $4.50 ............. 9.00 3 bags ..................................................... 0.75 Wearing apparel of Deceased ................ 35.00 ............................................................ 133.14 Bonds and Notes 1 Bond on Adam Winterode .............. $266.67 Interest since March 25 1812 1 year 11 m 14 d ................................... 31.33 1 Note on Samuel Adair for ................. 100.00 Interest thereon 1 year ............................. 6.00 Henry Stoltz .......................................... 60.00 Interest thereon since 20 June 1811 ......... 8.95 ............................................................ 472.95 Continued 1 Note on Jacob Auckers for ................. 24.00 Interest on same 2 years & 7 months ........ 3.72 do on Jacob Auckers ............................. 25.00 Interest on same since 25th August 1812 1 y 10 m 14 d .......................................... 2.68 do on Thomas Ashbough ........................ 80.00 Interest on same 2 years 11 m 14 d .......... 9.60 do on Allexander Hunter for ................... 23.56 Interest on same since 16th november 1812 ................................ 1.85 do on William Stoltz ............................... 60.00 Interest on same since 21st march 1813 .... 3.42 do on Robert Wilfon for ....................... 166.39 Interest on same since 14th August 1813 .. 4.97 Cash in house ...................................... 117.40 ............................................................ 522.59 Book Accounts Jefse McAllister ..................................... 91.12 Adam Rohrbough .................................. 27.15 George Heagy ......................................... 3.94 Adam Shorb ............................................ 1.00 Henry Little (Mountjoy) ........................... 1.06 Catharine Bankert .................................... 0.67 Henry Stoltz ............................................. 2.35 Jacob Helm .............................................. 1.28 John Horner ............................................ 0.28 George Bender (alias Penter) ................. 10.35 Jefse McAllister to Leah _____ ............. 30.00 Interest on same since 19 April 1813 ....... 2.46 ............................................................ 191.66 Goods Kept by Widow by order in Will To 1 Cow .............................................. 17.00 1 Clock and Case .................................. 12.00 11 yards of linnen @@ 36 Cents p .............. 3.90 1 Case of Drawers ................................. 12.00 1 table ..................................................... 0.75 Blankets and sheets .................................. 4.00 1 bed & stead & Covering ...................... 20.00 1 do do do ............................................. 11.00 1 Stove & pipes ..................................... 12.00 Kitchen furniture ....................................... 3.00 1 Chest .................................................... 2.50 3 Chairs ................................................... 1.00 1 looking Glafs ......................................... 0.20 4 Iron pots ............................................... 3.00 fire tongs and shovels ................................ 0.50 1 Shote .................................................... 1.25 Sundry of old Books ................................ 1.00 4 old bags ................................................ 0.75 ............................................................. 105.91 Adams County Personally appeared Robert Wilson & George Bender & on their solemn oaths do say that they have well & truly appraised the summary articles in the foregoing Inventory contained of the goods and chattels rights and credits of Andrew Ashbough deceased according to the best of their skill & understanding. Robt. Wilson Georg Lunder Sworn & Subscribed before me at Gettysburg the 12th day of March A.D. 1814 James Duncan


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