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  • ID: I86
  • Name: Matthias Eberle Eberlin
  • Surname: Eberle/Eberlin
  • Given Name: Matthias
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 10 Dec 1804 in Bötzingen Baden Germany
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  • Christening: 10 Dec 1804 Evangelische Kirche Bötzingen Baden Germany 2
  • Death: 26 Apr 1869 in York Twp,Pa. 3 4
  • Burial: St. John's Blymire Church Cemetery 4
  • _UID: 2C6759C31B964E42B360ECB4EA3178376D48
  • Note:
    Mathias was a carpenter in Germany according to information sent to me by the Generallandesarchiv in Karlsrhue Germany.
    Matthias,his wife Catherine & their children Barbara, Catherine, Matthias,Christian,Johann,Tobias & Maria Ursula sailed from Le Havre France on the ship Republic & arrived in New York June 4, 1846 .From Passenger lists: New York ,1820-1850 courtesy of William Sibiski, Clayton, NJ.

    Staatliche Archivverwaltung Baden-Württemberg
    Nr 105042
    Name Eberle, Mathäus
    Ort Bischoffingen, Stadt Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl, FR
    Amt Breisach (BRI)
    Emigrationsjahr 1846
    Zielland Nordamerika
    Anzahl Erwachsene 2

    mit der Frau;

    Emigrant identification 105042
    First name Mathäus
    Last name Eberle
    Emigration year 1846
    Continent Nordamerika
    Last place of residence Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl
    Number of adults 2
    Comments mit der Frau;
    Country of destination Nordamerika
    County nicht zuweisbar
    Archive Generallandesarchiv Karlsruhe
    District Bischoffingen






    29 May 1848
    Declaration Of Intention
    of
    Mathias Eberly
    York County SS:
    Be it remembered that on the 29th day of May A.D. eighteen hunundred and forty-eight, personally appeared before me the Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of said County, Mathis Eberly, an alien, who being sworn according to law, doth declare and say, that it is his bonafide intention to become a citizen of the United States of America and to renounce and abjure absolutely and entirely all allegiance and fidelity to every foreign Prince, Potentate, State or Sovereignty whatsoever and particularly to Leopold Grand Duke of Baden his heirs and successors forever.
    Sworn to and subscribed before me Matthaus Eberly
    the day and year aforesaid. J.R. Donnell


    PETITION OF MATTHIAS EBERLY
    for
    NATURALIZATION
    FILED JANUARY 5, 1852
    TO THE HONORABLE THE JUDGES OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF THE COUNTY OF YORK:
    The Petition of Matthias Eberly an alien and native of Baden, Respectfully Showeth, that he has made a declaration of his bona fide intention to become a Citizen of the United States of America, agreeably to the laws of Congress in such case made and provided-- that he has resided within the said united States five years and upwards next preceding this time, without having been during that time out of the Territory of the United States, and one year last past in the State of Pennsylvania: Wherefore hr prays your Honours that he may be admitted to the rights of Citizenship, and as in duty bound will ever pray. Matthias Eberly(his signature)
    George Wildin, a Citizen of the United States appearing in open Court, who being duly sworn doth depose and say that the Petitioner above named, has resided within the United States of America five years and upward,next prceding this time, without having been during that time out of the Territory of the United States, and one year last past in the State of Pennsylvania, and has, to the best of his knowledge and belief, during all that time behaved himself as a man of good moral character: attached to the principles of the Constitution of the United States of America, and is well disposed to thr good order or happiness of the same.
    Sworn and subscribed in open Court of Common Pleas George Wildin(his signature)
    of York County, this 5 day of January 1852
    E.Garretson, Prothonotary.
    Matthias Eberly appearing in open Court, who being duly sworn doth depose and say that he will support the Constitution of the United States of America, and that of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and that he does absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign Prince, Potentate, State or Sovereignty whatsoever, and particularly to Leopold Grand Duke Of Baden, his heirs and successors forever
    Sworn and subscribed in open Court of Common Pleas
    of York County, this 5 day of January 1852 Matthias Eberly(his signature)
    E. Garretson, Prothonotary.
    Wherupon the Court order and direct that the said Matthias Eberly,be,and is hereby admitted a Citizen of the United States of America, agreeably to the prayer of his petition; and the Prothonotary was ordered to record the name, which is accordingly done.



    LAST WILL &TESTAMENT OF MATHIAS EBERLY
    In the name of God Amen.
    I Mathias Eberly of York Township in the County of York and State of Pennsylvania being in health of body and of sound disposing mind,memory and understanding,do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following to wit;
    First: It is my will and I do order, that all my just debts and funeral expenses be duly paid and satisfied,as soon as conveniently can be after my decease,I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Catherine Eberly all my real and personal estate of what kind or nature whatsoever the same may be in th County of York or elsewhere for and during her natural life; and from,and immediately after her decease, I give and devise the same unto my several children equally share and share alike and to their heirs and assigns forever,to be equally divided among them, And lastly, I nominate constitute and appoint my said wife Catherine sole executrix of this my last will and testament,hereby revoking and making void all and every other will or wills at any time hereafter by me made,and do declare this to be my last will and testament,For witness whereof I the said Mathias Eberly, have hereunto set my hand and seal this 3rd day of April A.D.1865 Mathias Eberly (seal)
    Signed sealed declared and published by the above
    named Mathias Eberly as and for his last will and
    testament in the presence of us,who at his request,
    and in his presence,have subscribed our names as
    witnesses thereto
    John S.Kerch
    Charles Shirey
    YORK COUNTY SS; Before me,Jacob Stickel Register of the Probate of Wills and of
    Grantnig Letters of Administration in and for the County of York,
    personally appeared John S.Kerch & Charles Shirey the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will, who,upon being duly qualified according to law,do depose and say,that they were personally present and saw and heard Mathias Eberly late of York Township decd the testator sign ,seal publish,pronounce and declare the -------- and foregoing instrument of writing as and for his last will and testament, and the time of his so doing he the testator was of sound and disposing mind,memory and understanding to the best of their knowledge and belief, and that they witnessed the same at the request of the testator and in the presence of each other at the same time. John S. Kerch
    Charles Shirey
    Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day
    of May A.D. 1869
    Jacob Stickel
    Register
    A true copy taken from and compared with the original remaining on file
    Inventory filed June 12, 1869 Jacob Stickel Register

    In the 1860 census Matthias states he is a farmer & pumpmaker. They lived at 395 Dallastown.
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    Father: Mathäus Eberle Eberlin b: 13 Sep 1768 in Oberschaffhausen Baden Germany c: 14 Sep 1768 in Bötzingen Baden Germany
    Mother: Anna Ursula Hornecker b: 31 Jul 1770 in Oberschaffhausen Baden Germany c: 1 Aug 1770 in Bötzingen Baden Germany

    Marriage 1 Catharina Höflin b: 28 Jul 1809 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany c: 30 Jul 1809 in Evangelische Kirche Bischoffingen Baden Germany
    • Married: 8 Aug 1830 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany 5
    • Note:
      Verzeichniß
      der
      in der evang. protest. Pfarrer Bischoffingen im Jahre 1830
      Getrauten
      Im Jahr eintausend achthundert und dreißig am achten August Vormittags 10 Uhr wurde dahier ehelich eingesegnet: Matthäus Eberlin von Bötzingen, [unreadable] hiesiger Burger und Zimmermannn, Sohn des Matthäus Eberlin, Burgers in Bötzingen, und der Anna Ursula geb. Herneiler, dessen Ehefrau, alt 26 Jahr, und Katharina Höflin von hier, Tochter des weil. Tobias Höflin, hiesigen Schreiners, und der weil. Anna Maria geb. Witzemmen, dessen Ehefrau, alt 21 Jahren. Zeugen: Michael Höflin, ledig dahier; Georg Friedrich Segeruer, ledig dahier.

      Bischoffingen. 8. August 1830. J. Batz





      Index of marriages of the Evangelical Protestant Pastor of Bischoffingen in 1830

      In 1830, on 8 August, at 10 AM, were legitimately married: Matthäus Eberlin of Bötzingen, age 26, citizen and carpenter from here [Bischoffingen], son of Matthäus Eberlin, citizen of Bötzingen and his wife Anna Ursula, born Herneiler, [together with] Katharina Höflin, age 21, from here [Bischoffingen], daughter of the late Tobias Höflin, local joiner [woodworker] and his wife the late Anna Maria, born Witzemmen. Witnesses: Michael Höflin, single from here [Bischoffingen]; Georg Friedrich Segeruer, single from here [Bischoffingen].

      Bischoffingen 8 August 1830 J. Batz


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    Children
    1. Has Children Mathias Eberly b: 28 Feb 1831 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany c: 6 Mar 1831 in Evangelisch,Bischoffingen,Freiburg,Baden
    2. Has Children Anna Catharina(Catherine) Eberly b: 17 Feb 1833 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany c: 24 Feb 1833 in Evangelische Kirche Bischoffingen Baden Germany
    3. Has Children Tobias Eberly b: 19 Feb 1835 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany c: 22 Feb 1835 in Evangelische Kirche Bischoffingen Baden Germany
    4. Has Children Christian Eberly b: 5 Feb 1838 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany c: 11 Feb 1838 in Evangelische Kirche Bischoffingen Baden Germany
    5. Has Children Maria Barbara Eberly b: 11 Nov 1840 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany c: 15 Nov 1840 in Evangelische Kirche Bischoffingen Baden Germany
    6. Has Children Johannes(John) Eberly b: 30 Nov 1842 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany c: 4 Dec 1842 in Evangelische Kirche Botzingen Baden Germany
    7. Has Children Maria Ursula(Maryann) Eberly b: 19 Jan 1845 in Bischoffingen Baden Germany c: 25 Jan 1845 in Evangelische Kirche Bischoffingen Baden Germany
    8. Has No Children Carolina Eberly b: 27 Feb 1847
    9. Has Children Charles Frederick Eberly b: 28 May 1848 in Pa
    10. Has Children Henry Eberly b: 26 May 1851
    11. Has No Children Jacob Eberly b: 30 Jan 1853

    Sources:
    1. Title: Generallandesarchiv Karlsrhue Germany
      Text: 12/10/1804
      Nm. 37. Eodem [on the same date] Nachts um 10 Uhr gebohren u. zugleich mit dem Bach(?)enden getauft. Matthäus. Vatter: Matthäus Eberlin, Burger von hier. Mutter: Anna Ursula ein geb. Honeckerin.

      Taufzeugen:

      1. Matthias Erismann, Burger u. Schneider von hier.

      2. Andreas Hornecker, weil. Michael Horneckers, gewesenen Burger von hier, noch lediger Sohn.

      3. Anna Ursula Laÿin, Johann Georg Schulzen, Burgers zu Oberschafhausen seine Ehefrau.

      4. Christina Horneckerin, des Martin Danzeiffers Burgers zu Eichstätten sein Frau.



      (?) Pfarrer zu Eichstätten



      No. 37. On the same day [as the previous entry], was born at 10 PM and was baptized shortly thereafter. Matthäus. Father: Matthäus Eberlin, citizen from here. Mother: Anna Ursula Hornecker.

      Witnesses:

      1. Matthias Erismann, citizen and tailor from here.

      2. Andreas Hornecker, a citizen from here and still unmarried son of the late Michael Hornecker.

      3. Anna Ursula Laÿ, wife of Johann Georg Schulz, a citizen of Oberschafhausen.

      4. Christina Hornecker, wife of Martin Danzeiffer, a citizen of Eichstetten.

      Signed by the pastor of Eichstetten
      Note:
    2. Title: Kirchenbuch 1700-1964
      Author: Evangelische Kirche Bötzingen A.Emmendingen main author
      Text: 12/10/1804
      Nm. 37. Eodem [on the same date] Nachts um 10 Uhr gebohren u. zugleich mit dem Bach(?)enden getauft. Matthäus. Vatter: Matthäus Eberlin, Burger von hier. Mutter: Anna Ursula ein geb. Honeckerin.

      Taufzeugen:

      1. Matthias Erismann, Burger u. Schneider von hier.

      2. Andreas Hornecker, weil. Michael Horneckers, gewesenen Burger von hier, noch lediger Sohn.

      3. Anna Ursula Laÿin, Johann Georg Schulzen, Burgers zu Oberschafhausen seine Ehefrau.

      4. Christina Horneckerin, des Martin Danzeiffers Burgers zu Eichstätten sein Frau.



      (?) Pfarrer zu Eichstätten



      No. 37. On the same day [as the previous entry], was born at 10 PM and was baptized shortly thereafter. Matthäus. Father: Matthäus Eberlin, citizen from here. Mother: Anna Ursula Hornecker.

      Witnesses:

      1. Matthias Erismann, citizen and tailor from here.

      2. Andreas Hornecker, a citizen from here and still unmarried son of the late Michael Hornecker.

      3. Anna Ursula Laÿ, wife of Johann Georg Schulz, a citizen of Oberschafhausen.

      4. Christina Hornecker, wife of Martin Danzeiffer, a citizen of Eichstetten.

      Signed by the pastor of Eichstetten
    3. Title: Tombstone
      Note:
      Tombstone reading by Frances Alwine my mother & data found at York genweb site
    4. Title: St. John's Blymire Church Cemetery Records
    5. Title: Generallandesarchiv Karlsrhue Germany
      Text: In the year 1830 on the 8th of August morning 10 o'clock were here lawfully married Matthias Eberlin of Botzingen newly arrived citizen and carpenter, Son of Matthias Eberlin,
      citizen of Botzingen and his wife Anna Ursula born
      Hornecker, age 26 years and Katharina Hoflin from here
      daughter of the late Tobias Hoflin, joiner (woodworker) from here and the late
      Anna Maria born Wizemann his wife age 21 years
      Witnesses Michael Hoflin single from here
      Georg Friedrich Sexauer single from here
      Bishoffingen 8 August 1830 T. Batz

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