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He went to Germantown, but seems to have died soon after the colony went there, before 1729, for the Germantown land was set off to Elizabeth Rector, illegally of course. She had one son born at Maidstone in England and another born in this country. Here was exactly the same situation as happened in the Spilman-Gent family later referred to. To start off with, the most prolific of the USA markers was Shawnee & Mc Coy.Royal Haeger lamp in garlic neck bottle form with blue Chinese glaze, circa 1960s. [p31]"By far the most important man in this colony was its pastor, John Henry Haeger. After the decease of my wife Anna Catharine I will and ordain that all my estate, goods.& chattles whatsoever be then divided amongst my seven grandchildren - Anna Catharine Fishbach, John Frederick Fishbach, Elizabeth Fishbach, and Henry Fishbach, Agnes Hoffman, Anna Catharine Hoffman and John Hoffman.The Protestant church in Siegen, and all the Protestant churches in the neighborhood are German Reformed, not [p32] Lutheran churches. Translator is cited as "HENRICUM HAEGERUM, der Lateinischen Schul in Siegen Con Rectorem."] Hager, whom the most noble prince wished to transfer and promote to the pastorate of Oberfischbach.'The map will show this village about three miles west of Siegen. Rogate Sunday; godmother, Anna Katharina Wertenbach; she m. 7, 1721 John Huffman, the 1714 colonist, as his first wife (see Germanna Record No. Verbi Dei Minister Wittness: Jacob Holtzclaw Johann Jost, Minister Johannes Campes Transcripts sent by Mike Peters, [email protected] Also:"Germanna: Outpost of Adventure 1714-1956," Germanna Record No.PLEASE NOTE -- Supported browsers are: Internet Explorer - 10.0 and higher; Chrome - 55.0 and higher; Firefox - 50.0 and higher; Safari - 5.0 and higher.This program does not support compatibility view to run older browser software.
John Henry Haeger studied theology and on September 25, 1678, his thirty-fourth birthday, was appointed the third teacher in the Latin school at Siegen. He finally escaped and made his way to Holland, where he was protected by William of Orange, later King of England. Jubilate Sunday; godfather, Johann Henrich Lange, Mayor of Siegen. Under the date of December 3, 1678, the following appears on the record of the Siegen School: 'The worthy and learned Mr. He there wrote in French an account of sufferings of himself and his fellow-Protestants, and it was this work that Henry Hager translated into German in 1690. Hager seems to have pleased the prince by his work, and was later rewarded by a promotion to the pastorate at Oberfischbach."Here he remained for some time, but was ill for a while, and in conseqence obtained permission for his son John Frederick, who had been licensed to preach in 1708, to assist him. Henry Haeger of Antzhausen was married to Anna Catharine, daughter of Jacob Friesenhagen, late Mayor of Freudenberg.'Freudenberg is about six miles a little northwest of Siegen. A copy of it is still one of the cherished relics of the Latin School, now the Gymnasium at Siegen. In 1711 he was suffering from a rupture, and on February 16, 1711, he handed in his resignation, and on April 13 received an honorable dismissal. the 22nd Sunday after Trinity; godmother, Agnes, wife of Jost Seelbach; she m. 1714/15 John Fishback, the 1714 colonist, as his first wife (see Fishback genealogy). Apparently Marr died comparatively soon, for the tradition is that in her later years Mrs. Marr marred a prominent and wealthy citizen of Culpeper, Col. John Fishback died, she took her niece Elizabeth Fishback, then a baby (perhaps also the other daughter, Anna Catharine) and raised her.