Smith / Schmidt

Jacob SCHMIDT 1710  Germany  - 1769

Spouse: Magdalena VEISSNET 

Children: Abraham

 

Abraham SCHMIDT 1735 - 1785

Spouse:  Anna Margaretha ALTOMOS / ALTEMOUS daughter of Hans Peter Altomos 1700 - 1748 married 6/28/1735 and Elizabeth Catharina Wildtburger?? born Offenbec Hundheim Germany died Northumberland Co. PA;  son of Johan Wilheim  Altomos & Anna Cecellia Reinmuller daughter of Hans Theobald Reinmuller died 12/18/1710 Offenbach Germany m. 7/5/1674  and Margaret Muller died 1/3/1718 Offenbach daughter of Hans Adam Muller

Children: Abraham, Jacob born 1761, Susannah born 1767, Isaac born 1760, Christina born 1762, Johannas born 1758, Eva Margaretha born 1765

 

Abraham SMITH / SCHMIDT laborer, Towamsensing, Carbon Co. PA, born 12/10/1771 [gravestone Palmerton PA] died 2/2/1854 age 82, all born PA

Spouse: Elisabeth JAQUET / JACQUIT  born c. 1788

Children: Elizabeth born c. 1804; Johann born c. 1807;  Margaretta / Margaret; George W. born c. 1823; John; Hannah born c. 1828

 

Margaret / Margaretta SMITH born 1802 Carbon Co PA, died 1876, Pennsylvania Dutch

Spouse:  Abraham FISHER  a farmer, born 1789 died March 1851

Children: Maria Margaret; Mary born circa 1830, married James Gregory & George Smale; Charles born circa 1835; Joseph married Elizabeth Hess

 


1850 Census Upper Towmensing Carbon PA: Abraham Smith 75; Elisabeth 62; Hannah 22; George W. 27, real estate value $1000

Assessed in Towmensing 12/27/1781: Abraham Smith, John Smith
The History of the County of Lehigh & Carbon, Commonwealth of PA: Abraham and John Smith, of Easton, came to the township with their parents in 1781, and settled near what is now Stemlersville. Adam later settled on land now owned by Anthony Snyder. He died in 1853, aged eight-two years. His sons were John....

1850 Census Polk, Monroe, PA: Abraham Fisher 64; Margaretta 49, Charles 15; Mary 20; Lawrence 50, laborer; George Rupple 21, laborer 

1860 Census Polk, Monroe, PA; Charles Fisher 24, farmer, $2000 real, $1000 personal; Ann 24; Fanny 5; Margaret 8/12; Laurance 65, farmer, $2000 real; Margaret 59; Mary Gregory 30; Marinda Gregory 7; Maryann Gregory 6; Nicholas Hawk 15, farm laborer 

1870 Census Eldred, Monroe, PA; George Smale 50, farmer, $4000 real, $1250 personal; Mary Smale 40; Elizabeth Smale 14, attended school; Adam Smale 9, attended school; Catharine Smale 6; Emma Smale 5; Laurence Fisher 78; Mary Gregory 17 

1870 Census Polk, Monroe, PA: Margaret Fisher 68 living with family of Jacob Meitzler

Conrad lived in Monroe Co. PA in the early 1800s. He married Maria Margarthe Fisher per Hawk genealogy by Shupp. They had Johannes 1/7/1803, George c 10/15/1804; Samuel 8/31/1809; Johann Peter 3/119/1812; Michael Joseph 7/1/1816; Conrad 4/3/1819. Name is spelled Hawk, Haak, Haag, Hack, etc. He died before 11/7/1855 when will submitted for probate, will written 1/26/1848 Son Peter inherited land with provision to take care of mother and Conrad "during his life and give him food and clothing" George, John, Michael & Joseph inherited $10. He is buried in Kresgeville PA. Maria died 1870. John was born 1/7/1803. He married Fanny (Frances, Anna) born 5/1/1807. They had Catharina 3/5/1826, Simon 11/11/1827, Aaron 1830, Johannes/John 6/29/1832, Sally A c. 1834, Conrad Jackson 12/31/1836, Daniel 5/8/1837 died 11/1837, Lucy Ann 10/1j2/1838 married Jacob Bowers, Margaret 1841 died 12/5/1863, Mary 1845 died 12/19/1865, Frances 9/27/1846 died 1/31/1847. Johannes Haack took communion at Salem Union Church (Lutheran) Gilbert  PA. They moved to Luzerne Co. PA 1820s or 30s. He is in the 1850 and 1870 Census'. John died 12/9/1877, Fanny 3/22/1879 and buried at Newport Cemetery.   

Will of Conrad Hawk of Polk Township, Monroe County, Pa., written 1/26/1848, proved 11/7/1855. Son Peter received two tracts of land in Polk Township, wife Margaret a stove with pipe and weaving loom, a cow and a bed with bedding and use of the house; sons George, John, Michae, Joseph. Executor: friend Dewalt Fisher. Witnessed by John S. and Mary Fisher. Marked by Conrad.

History of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and a Genealogical and ..., Volume 2: By Lehigh County Historical Society: Hawk Family: Near Kresgeville Monroe county Pa lived Conrad Hawk a pioneer farmer. He died about the year 1860 advanced in years. Margaret Fisher his wife died after the Civil War past 80 years of age. The parents of Conrad Hawk came from Wurtemberg in Germany and they had settled in what is now Monroe county. Conrad and Margaret Fisher Hawk had the following sons and no daughters. Joseph who lived at Kunkeltown Pa, John lived at Wilkes Barre Pa, George was a farmer in Monroe county, Conrad who was feeble minded, Michael. Michael Hawk son of Conrad was born April 11 1806 and he was a lumberman and farmer. He spent many of his years cutting down timbers and he lost his life in the woods in Carbon county While he was cutting down a tree one of the limbs fell down upon him and killed him on Nov 15 1850 aged 44 years. He is buried at Kresgeville. His wife Catharine Serfass is buried in the Union Cemetery at Allentown. She was a daughter of Joseph Serfass. He and family were members of the Evangelical Church. 

 Commemorative Biographical Record of Northeastern ..., Page 1, Issue 546: John Lawrence Fisher our subject's grandfather was one of three children, two boys and one girl according to some papers found after his death. He made his home upon a farm within the present limits of Polk township, Monroe county and lived to the advanced age of ninety years and three months. His wife whose maiden name was Elizabeth Merhekam also attained a good old age. They had a large family of children as follows. Michael who died at the homestead aged seventy years, Dewalt a farmer of Polk township who died in his sixty ninth year, Abraham our subject's father, Lawrence who survived the others and died when over seventy years old, Conrad who died in Stroud township Monroe county aged forty two, Elizabeth Mrs Adam Keller who died in Easton Penn, Catherine Mrs Peter Frederick who died at Cherry alley Monroe county, Margaret Mrs Conrad Hawk who died in Polk township Monroe county, Eva who never married and made her home with the Keller family in Easton, Susannah who married Jesse Siglin, and Maria who married Michael Hawk and died in Polk township Monroe county. Abraham Fisher our subject's father was born in 1789 at the old homestead and after acquiring an education in the schools of the locality he engaged in farming there. He with his brothers Lawrence and Michael inherited the farm but neither of the latter ever married. Abraham Fisher died in March 1851 and his wife Margaret Smith who was born in 1802 in Carbon county Penn died in 1876. Her family was of Pennsylvania Dutch stock and her father Abraham Smith was a farmer in Carbon county where he died at an advanced age. Our subject was the eldest in a family of three children 2 Mary married first James Gregory deceased and second George Smale. By the first marriage she had two children Ialinda and Mary and by the second she had one daughter who married Peter Bowlinger 3 Charles the youngest now deceased was a farmer in Polk township Monroe county. He left four childred Fannie, Becky, May, and George all of whom reside in that county.