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Descendants of Andreas Hildebrand


Generation No. 4


7. HENRY4 HILDEBRAND (CHRISTIAN3, PETER2, ANDREAS1) was born 1740 in Lancaster Co.,PA, and died May 1817 in Lincoln Co. NC. He married MARY WARLICK 1769, daughter of JOHAN WARLICK and MARIA SCHINDLER. She was born in NC.
     
Children of H
ENRY HILDEBRAND and MARY WARLICK are:
  i.   CONRAD5 HILDEBRAND, b. 1770, Lincoln Co. NC; d. 1835, Robertson Co. TN; m. ANNA JANE LUTZ, 1793, Lincoln Co. NC.
  ii.   BARBARA HILDEBRAND, b. 1772, Lincoln Co. NC; m. ABRAHAM KILLIAN, 1790, Lincoln Co. NC.
  iii.   ELIZABETH HILDEBRAND, b. October 1773, Lincoln Co. NC; d. October 15, 1860; m. DANIEL FINGER, 1795, Lincoln Co. NC.
  iv.   CATHERINE HILDEBRAND, b. 1774, Lincoln Co. NC; m. SAMUEL LANTZ, 1793, Lincoln Co. NC.
  v.   HENRY HILDEBRAND JR., b. 1775, Lincoln Co. NC; d. July 25, 1835, Hancock CO. Illinois; m. MARY (POLLY) SHERMAN, August 10, 1810, Burke County, NC.
  vi.   BENJAMIN HILDEBRAND, b. 1777, Lincoln Co. NC; d. 1830, Madison Co. Missouri; m. MISS GROUNDS, January 29, 1805, Cape Girardeau Co. MO.
  vii.   DANIEL HILDEBRAND, b. 1779, Lincoln Co. NC; d. 1850, MO; m. CATHERINE HAAS, 1805, Cape Girardeau Co. MO.
  viii.   FRANCIA HILDEBRAND, b. Unknown.
  ix.   SUSANNA HILDEBRAND, b. 1786, Lincoln Co. NC; d. 1829, Lincoln Co. NC; m. (1) JAMRS BLACKBURN, March 21, 1803, Lincoln Co. NC; m. (2) JACOB KISTLER, February 08, 1809, Lincoln Co. NC.
  x.   SARAH (SALLY) HILDEBRAND, b. 1787, Lincoln Co. NC; m. JACOB KISTLER, December 07, 1829, Lincoln Co. NC.
15. xi.   JOSEPH HILDEBRAND, b. 1789, Lincoln Co. NC; d. 1861, Logan Co. Kentucky.
  xii.   MARY HILDEBRAND, b. November 11, 1795, Lincoln Co. NC; d. 1880, Macon Co. NC; m. JAMES CLARK, October 02, 1817, Lincoln Co. NC.


8. CONRAD (COONROD)4 HILDEBRAND (CHRISTIAN3, PETER2, ANDREAS1)1,2 was born August 28, 1741 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and died July 29, 1824 in Burke County, NC. He married ELIZABETH MULL December 17, 1782 in ?, daughter of JOHN MULL and MARY ANTHONY. She was born July 09, 1766 in ?, and died April 16, 1854 in Burke County NC.

Notes for C
ONRAD (COONROD) HILDEBRAND:
      Conrad Hildebrand I
     
      Peter Hildebrand was born in Germany in 1655 and emigrated to America in 1690 with
his wife, Mary, and three children. They settled in New York but moved to Pennsylvania a
few years later.
Peterís son, Christian, was the father of Conrad, I, ( b. 1741 ) who married Elizabeth
Mull, The daughter of John and Mary Anthony Mull ( Dec. 17, 1782 ). Conrad came to
North Carolina, circa 1760.
A translation of the birth record of Conrad Iís children written by him in old German
list the following: Conrad was born October 29, 1783 in the sign of the archer ( Sagittarius
) and X ( Crossbow ) and schein ( eighth phase of the moon ). February
27, 1791 Heinrich was born in the sign of the goat and man. Elizabeth ( April 27, 1793 );
Maria ( November 11, 1795 ); Katrina ( February 10, 1806 ); Johnannes ( October 31,
1798 ); in the sign of the crab; Georg ( November 18, 1802 ) in the sign of the X of the 8
schein.
Conrad was decended from an ancient and hororable family. His achievements
demonstrated that he was worthy to bear the distinguished name. He was a man of keen
judgement as shown in his business transactions. He received from the Crown an the State
of North Carolina land grants amounting to thousands of acres. One land grant for 640
acres in Mecklenburg County was entered June 20, 1767 and issued April 29, 1768.
On Henry River, Conrad Hildebrand erected a powder and flint mill, as well as a grist
mill, near the site of his home. His house and land were on the extreme western frontier of
the North Carolina Colony where Indians were hostile to white settlers. On a knoll
overlooking the first homesite stood a log church and not far away, the old Conrad
Hildebrand Cemetery.
Able to read and write well, Conrad was a Burke County Magistrate; a member of the
House of Commons in 1795 and in 1797. He also had military service under General
Charles McDowell in the Revolutionary War. His careful bookkeeping, written in German,
show him to have been a very conscientious business man.
The Hildebrand family was one of the real pioneer families in the Burke, Lincoln, and
Catawba Counties and descendants of Conrad I and Elizabeth are numerous in Burke and
nearby counties.
The Patriarch of the Hildebrandís in North Carolina was Conrad Hildebrand I, who
emigrated from the Palatine Region of Germany in 1762. He came to this section of North
Carolina and became an extensive land owner. It is said that he owned all of the land
between the two rivers ó Henry River and Jacob Fork. He had a large Grist mill and a
powder factory and furnished the powder and shot for the Battle of Kings Mountain. Also,
he served under General Charles McDowell in that battle. Conrad I represented Burke
County in the N.C. Legislature in 1795 and also in 1797.
Sources:
      Conrad Hildebrand's Bible, John Mull's Bible; Letters of Dr. Michael Hildebrand and Waightstill A. Hildebrand; Land grants recorged in the Office of the Secretary of State, Raleigh,NC;
Deeds;Wills; Tombstones in the Old Hildebrand Cemetary at the Homeplace of Conrad Hildebrand and Elizabeth Mull Hildebrand; and the US Census.
Submitted to The Burke County Heritage Book By Ollie H.Hildebrand (Mrs Samuel)


Conrad Hildebrand I was born in the Palatine Region of Germany. In 1764 he Arrived in
Philadelphia on the ship Hero. He came to N.C. and became a large land owner, a
magistrate and had a gun powder factory. He served in the Revolution under General
Charles McDowell. In 1795 and 1797 he served in the North Carolina Legislature.
Sources:
      From Meadows Creek Meeting House To Burke Chapel United Methodist Church Book.
      Submitted By Abbie S. Hildebrand and Grace M. Paige.

     
Children of C
ONRAD HILDEBRAND and ELIZABETH MULL are:
16. i.   CONRAD5 HILDEBRAND II, b. October 29, 1783, Burke County, NC; d. January 07, 1859, Burke County, NC.
17. ii.   HENRY ( HEINRICH ) HILDEBRAND, b. February 27, 1791, Burke County, NC; d. 1831.
  iii.   ELIZABETH HILDEBRAND3, b. April 27, 1793, ?; d. Unknown, ?; m. (1) DAVID ROPER, October 29, 1847; b. Unknown; d. Unknown; m. (2) PHILLIP MARTIN, Unknown, ?; b. Unknown, ?; d. Unknown, ?.
18. iv.   MARY ( MARIA ) HILDEBRAND, b. November 11, 1795, ?; d. Unknown, ?.
19. v.   JOHN (JOHANNES ) HILDEBRAND, b. October 31, 1798, ?; d. August 08, 1866, ?.
20. vi.   GEORGE (GEORG) HILDEBRAND, b. November 18, 1802, Burke County; d. October 11, 1881, ?.
21. vii.   KATHERINE ( KATRINA ) HILDEBRAND, b. February 10, 1806, Burke County, NC; d. May 09, 1895, ?.


9. MICHAEL4 HILDEBRAND (CHRISTIAN3, PETER2, ANDREAS1) was born Unknown, and died 1790. He married ANNA ZIMMERMAN. She died 1792.
     
Children of M
ICHAEL HILDEBRAND and ANNA ZIMMERMAN are:
  i.   GEORGE5 HILDEBRAND, b. 1743; m. ELIZABETH GROFF.
22. ii.   (INDIAN) JOHN HILDEBRAND, b. February 12, 1755; d. December 20, 1847.
  iii.   MICHAEL HILDEBRAND, b. 1747; m. CATHERINE WEAVER.
  iv.   MARY HILDEBRAND, b. 1745; m. CHRISTIAN MUSSELMAN.
  v.   EVE HILDEBRAND, b. Unknown; m. (1) HENRY TAGUE; m. (2) PETER NOLL.
  vi.   BARBARA HILDEBRAND, b. Unknown; m. ABRAHAM MUSSELMAN.
  vii.   MAGDALENA HILDEBRAND, b. Unknown; m. JOHN HOUCER.
  viii.   ELIZABETH HILDEBRAND, b. Unknown; m. PETER BOWER.
  ix.   ANNA HILDEBRAND, b. Unknown; m. JOHN STAUFFE; b. Unknown.
23. x.   HENRY HILDEBRAND, b. March 23, 1758; d. August 21, 1849, Augusta Co. VA.


10. JOHN4 HILDEBRAND (CHRISTIAN3, PETER2, ANDREAS1) was born Unknown, and died April 22, 1799 in Buffaloe Creek Ch. near Rowan Co.. He married ?.
     
Children of J
OHN HILDEBRAND and ? are:
  i.   PETER5 HILDEBRAND.
  ii.   CHRISTIAN HILDEBRAND.
  iii.   KATHARINE HILDEBRAND.


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