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Descendants of Johann Abraham Glymph




Generation No. 1


      1. Johann Abraham1 Glymph was born Abt. 1726 in Lunenberg, Germany, and died Unknown. He married (1) Catherine Lowe. She died Unknown. He married (2) Janice (Janche) Quick May 30, 1778 in NC. She was born Bef. May 30, 1738, and died Unknown. He married (3) Margaret Hollingsworth Jun 09, 1790 in Rockbridge Co., VA.. She died Unknown.

Notes for Johann Abraham Glymph:
Source - Pennsylvania german Pioneers p672,674 - imported on the ship Neptune from Hamburg Germany to Philadelphia 13 Dec 1754. Noted that Jon. Abraham Glimpf name also written in cursive Hebrew script.

Documented Dates on John Abraham Glymph

1726 Was born in Lunenburg, Germany
1754 Arrived in Philadelphia on ship Neptune, Capt. MacLane
1764 Born to Abrams Glimp & wife Janche Quick a son - Abram
1770 John Abraham Glymph & wife Catherine are listed as residents of
Granville Co., South Carolina
1771 John & Catherine sold land in Berkley Co., S.C.
1776 John A. Glimp had a son named Emanuel in Granville Co., N.C.
1778 He trook the Oath of Allegiance to the state of North Carolina in the
Dutch District.
1779 He sold 100 acres of land on Rock Creek in the Dutch District of
Granville Co., N.C.
1780 He enlisted in the Continental Army, August 15th at "Continental
Training and General Rendezvous at Chesterfield Courthouse, Va.
1782 He was released from the Continental Army
1787 He owned 100 acres on Doe Creek in Montgomery Co., Virginia
1788 He gave consent to the marriage of John Abraham Glymph, Jr.
to Frankey Mills in Montgomery Co., Virginia.
1790 He was still living on Doe Creek in Montgomery County.
1790 June 9th. He married Margaret Hollingsworth in Rockbridge Co.,
Virginia. Rev. Samuel Houston, a Presbyterian Minister performed
the ceremony.


More About Johann Abraham Glymph:
Emigration: Dec 12, 1754, Philadelphia, PA
Military service: Aug 15, 1780, Revolutionary War - Pvt - VA
Oath of Allegiance: May 30, 1778, North Carolina1

More About Janice (Janche) Quick:
Baptism: May 30, 1738, Machechemeck (Deer Park), NY
     
Children of Johann Glymph and Catherine Lowe are:
+ 2 i.   Emanuel2 Glymph, died 1840.
+ 3 ii.   Elizabeth Glymph, born Abt. 1767; died Dec 19, 1825.
+ 4 iii.   John Planter Glymph, born 1774; died Jan 03, 1807.
     
Children of Johann Glymph and Janice Quick are:
  5 i.   John Abraham Jr.2 Glimpse, died Unknown.
  6 ii.   Frances Glimpse, died Unknown.
+ 7 iii.   George W. (Glymph) Glimp, born Abt. 1773 in Granville Co., NC; died Aft. Dec 09, 1828 in Williamson Co., TN.
+ 8 iv.   Abram Glimpse, born Bef. Apr 22, 1764 in Deer Park, Long Island, NY; died Unknown.
+ 9 v.   Emanuel Glimpse, born 1780 in Granville, NC; died 1844 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
+ 10 vi.   David Glimpse, born 1791 in Wantage, NJ; died Bef. 1890 in Ontario Co., NY.
+ 11 vii.   Benjamin Glimpse, born Sep 05, 1788 in Wantage, NJ; died Nov 13, 1833 in Phelps, Ontario Co., NY.


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