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Christoph Frederich Von SchlegelAge: 95 years16761772

Name
Christoph Frederich Von Schlegel
Given names
Christoph Frederich
Surname
Von Schlegel
Birth October 24, 1676 36 22
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Death of a paternal grandfatherChristoph Von Schlegel
July 4, 1678 (Age 20 months)
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Death of a maternal grandmotherDorothea Thiele
1679 (Age 2 years)
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Death of a maternal grandfatherChristian Friedrich Hertel
about 1681 (Age 4 years)
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Death of a fatherChristian Gotleib Von Schlegel
June 19, 1697 (Age 20 years)
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Death of a motherDorothea Christina Hertel
May 9, 1698 (Age 21 years)
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1718 (Age 41 years)
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Birth of a son
#1
Christian Slagel Sr.
1725 (Age 48 years)
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Text:
The Slagle family descends from the immigrant, Christoph Friedrich Schlegel, who was born October 24 1676 and died about 1772. He left Saxony for America between 1697 and 1700 first settling in Germantown, Pennsylvania. It is speculated he was associated with Pietism, a revivalist movement in the German Lutheran Church and that he came to North America for religious freedom. Some genealogists suspect Christoph was even a member of the secret Rosicrucian Order. He later moved from Germantown, southward to the Susquehanna Valley. He is believed to have built the first water mill within the Susquehanna watershed. If a genealogist were to follow his movements and land purchases in his lifetime, they would find he was quite wealthy. The inventory of his estate is said to be one of the seventh largest in the colonial period.
Death April 22, 1772 (Age 95 years)
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father
Christian Gotleib Von Schlegel
Birth: May 20, 1640 27 18Breslau, Breslau, Breslau, Silesia, Prussia, Germany
Death: June 19, 1697Grimma, Muldentalkreis, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
mother
Dorothea Christina Hertel
Birth: September 11, 1654 39 34Grimma, Muldentalkreis, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
Death: May 9, 1698District 1405, Johnson, Georgia, British Colonial America
Marriage: May 15, 1675Grimma, Muldentalkreis, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
17 months
himself
Christoph Frederich Von Schlegel
Birth: October 24, 1676 36 22Grimma, Muldentalkreis, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
Death: April 22, 1772Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania
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himself
Christoph Frederich Von Schlegel
Birth: October 24, 1676 36 22Grimma, Muldentalkreis, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
Death: April 22, 1772Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania
wife
Marriage: 1718Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, United States
8 years
son

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The Slagle family descends from the immigrant, Christoph Friedrich Schlegel, who was born October 24 1676 and died about 1772. He left Saxony for America between 1697 and 1700 first settling in Germantown, Pennsylvania. It is speculated he was associated with Pietism, a revivalist movement in the German Lutheran Church and that he came to North America for religious freedom. Some genealogists suspect Christoph was even a member of the secret Rosicrucian Order. He later moved from Germantown, southward to the Susquehanna Valley. He is believed to have built the first water mill within the Susquehanna watershed. If a genealogist were to follow his movements and land purchases in his lifetime, they would find he was quite wealthy. The inventory of his estate is said to be one of the seventh largest in the colonial period.
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