Son of Charles & Susannah Truckenmiller
Buried:St. Peter's Union Church Cemetery, Upper Milford, Lehigh, Pennsylvania, USA
Married in 1807
Hannah Druckenmiller 1811 –
Elisabeth Druckenmiller 1812 –
Emanuel Druckenmiller 1816 –
Lydia Lucy Druckenmiller 1817 – 1859
Daniel Truckenmiller 1819 – 1892
Enos Druckenmiller 1821 – 1899 M. Elizabeth Desch
It would be interesting to know who the "Insane and Idiots at private charge" was in this census.
Name: Michael Durckenmiller
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Hereford, Berks, Pennsylvania
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1
White Persons - Insane and Idiots at Private Charge: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 7
Name: Michael Druckenmiller
Probate Date: 15 Oct 1846
Probate Place: Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Inferred Death Year: Abt 1846
Inferred Death Place: Pennsylvania, USA
Item Description: Administration Bonds, Vol 16-18, 1844-1851
Sons Daniel & Enos are named executors
Find A Grave Entry-
Veteran of the War of 1812
Elizabeth Mech Druckenmiller (1787 - 1858)
Hannah Druckenmiller Hinerschitz (1811 - 1866)*
Lydia Druckenmiller (1817 - 1859)*
Daniel Druckenmiller (1819 - 1883)*
Enos Druckenmiller (1820 - 1899)*
Saint Peters Union Church Cemetery
Created by: Longswamp
Record added: Aug 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41249097
From Floyd's History Of Northumberland County:
As previously mentioned, some branches of the family spell the name
Druckenmiller. Of these, Michael Druckenmiller, millwright, of Hereford
township, Berks county, was said to be a descendant of the Charles
Truckenmiller who in 1790 lived in Hereford township. Michael's children
were: Daniel, Enos, Clara, Hannah, Lucy and Elizabeth.
Enos Druckenmiller (as he wrote his name), son of Michael, was born
Dec. 14, 1821, and died March 29, 1899, at Zieglersville in Upper
Milford township, Lehigh Co., Pa., his death being caused by apoplexy.
He is buried in the Lutheran cemetery at that place, and was long an
active worker in the church, in all its departments; serving as elder
and Sunday school teacher. He was a member of the building committee
when the new church was erected. For many years he was director of a
singing school. Mr. Druckenmiller was a prosperous farmer and mechanic
all his life, owning several farms. He was a Democrat in politics, and
served nine years as school director of Hereford township, Berks county.
He married Elizabeth N. Desch, daughter of George and Margerite
(Marsteller) Desh, and they had a large family, namely: Benneville died
of measles and brain fever when twenty-two years old; Rev. Joel settled
about 188O in Michigan, where he serves a charge at Rogers City;
Tilghman married Barbara Frey; Elizabeth married Milton Kleinsmith;
Henry, now of Atlanta, Ga., married Ellen Wagonhorst; David married
Katie Nuss and lives at Sellersville, Pa.; Benjamin D. is a resident of
Kutztown, Pa.; Emma died of diphtheria in her ninth year; Mama married
William Weiss and (second) Hiram Walker; Susanna married Benjamin Brey;
Rosa married Allen W. Sheimer; Sallie married John Sweitzer; George D.
is a Lutheran minister; Maggie married William Shubert; Laura married
Richard Reese; Annie married Allen Snyder.
Rev. George D. Druckenmiller, son of Enos, graduated from
Muhlenberg College in 1894, and then entered Mount Airy Theological
Seminary, from which he was graduated three years later. He was ordained
at Lancaster June 14, 1897, by the Ministerium of Pennsylvania and
adjacent states, and in July of the same year took charge of the
Freeburg parish, in Snyder county, to which he had been called. Three
years later he received a call to the Freemansburg charge, in
Northampton county, in May, 1900, and there he had a very successful
pastorate, during which a house of worship was erected and the
membership greatly increased. On Dec. 1, 1905, he accepted an urgent
call to Nazareth, where a $40,000 church was erected during his
incumbency and 325 new members added to the church roll. He resigned to
accept a unanimous call to Hamburg, where he took charge of St. John's
Lutheran Church Sept. 1, 1910. He has made many friends during his brief
service at that church. Mr. Druckenmiller married Ellen J. Lerch, of
War of 1812 Pennsylvania Archives (Second Series), Vol. XII. pp. 106-109
The company of Lieutenant Joseph Dreibelbies* was composed as follows:- Lieutenant, Joseph Dreibelbies. Ensign, William Farnsworth. Sergeants: Samuel Auchmuty, John Colsher, Thomas Warner, Peter Hull. Corporals: Adam Renn, John Martz, Thomas Snyder, George Wyall. Drummer, John Fry. Fifer, Adam Gilger. Privates: Charles Hull, Daniel Hinkle, John Richer, George Herner, Solomon Kreig, John Casner, Conrad Casner, Lewis Ayres, Ellis Ayres, Frederick Syby, Christopher Wentzel, George Waggoner, Arthur Rogers, Adam Smith, George Goodman, Arthur Auchmuty, John Fagely, George Derk, John Leader, George Heim, John Carnes, Martin Drumheller, Abraham Drumheller, John Kembel, Frederick Kaubel, Henry Daniel, Leonard Ferster, George Seitz, Michael Read, Henry Kembel, Adam Slise, John Kepler, Michael Rebuck, Jacob Foulk, Michael Druckemiller, Peter Boyer, Conrad Rebuck, John Kline, Henry Rebuck, John Beisel, George Reitz, John Heim, John Martin, John Lewis, Daniel Martin, Henry Huffman, John Person, Joseph Fox, Solomon Hummel, Solomon Moyer, John Helwig, Henry Geise, Martin Grim, Samuel Bower, Levi Kocher, John Herter, Henry Fisher, Samuel Geise, Leonard Read, George Litze1, Henry Hepner, Valentine Hanabach, John Boughner, Robert Farnsworth, Henry Cressinger, Jeremiah Slaught, Samuel Foy, John Fisher, Adam Tawney, Conrad Sawyer, Peter Heckert, Peter Sawyer, Jacob Almang, Joshua Heckert, Leonard Deiter, Michael Bower, Daniel Snyder, Daniel High, Ephraim Lytle, Elijah Shipman, I. Dunkelberger, Peter Melig, Samuel Seasholtz, Phillp Hahn, William Reynolds, Daniel Blottenberger, John Klock, Frederick Kahler.
The roster is dated, "Marcus Hook, October 31, 1814," and bears the following indorsements:- I do certify, on honor, that this pay-roll exhibits a true statement of the company ________________________________________________________________________ *Pennsylvania Archives (Second Series), Vol. XII. pp. 106-109 END OF PAGE 395 under my command from Northumberland county, attached to the regiment under the command of Lieutenant Colonel George Weirick, Pennsylvania militia. JOSEPH DREIBELBIES, Lieutenant. I believe the above to be a true pay-roll, except Arthur Auchmuty, who received a furlough improperly in my opinion. GEORGE WEIRICK, Lieutenant Colonel Commanding
PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES, Fifth Series, VOLUME VIII.
EDITED BY THOMAS LYNCH MONTGOMERY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE HON. FRANK M.
FULLER, SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH.
HARRISBURG, PA.: HARRISBURG PUBLISHING COMPANY, STATE PRINTER, 1906.
This file was created from a form at http://www.genrecords.org/pafiles/.
Northampton County PA Archives Military Records.....Roster, Nov. 1781 - Jan. 1782.
Rev war - Rosters 1st Battalion Northampton Militia
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File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Joy Fisher firstname.lastname@example.org
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Roster, Nov. 1781 - Jan. 1782
A GENERAL RETURN OF THE 1ST BATTALION OF NORTHAMPTON COUNTY MILITIA
COMANDED BY STEPH'N BALLIET ESQ., LT. COL., 1 NOV. 1781-1 JAN 1782.
Cap't. - Peter Kooken.
Lieu't. -Phi Herzog.
Ens.- Phi Witman.
Philip Machlin (Mechlin or Mechling).
Jacob Drukelmiller (Druckenmiller).
George Druckelmiller (Druckenmiller).
Cap't. - Cas. Grienlmyer.
Lieu't. - Ja. More. & Jn'o Mosser.
Ens. - Hen'y Larose & Jacob More.
Jn'o Jerret, Corp'l.
Bast'n Druckenmiller (Probably Sebastian Jr., Sebastian Sr. would have been 66 years old in 1781, nearly twice the average lifespan of a man in that day and time.
Notes - Not my research:
Marriage of Johann George Truckenmiller & Susanna was Nov.21,1769. Children were : Michael Druckenmiller b.Mar.15,1784 d.1846 m. Elizabeth Mech--- b.abt.1787 d.1858---------George Truckenmiller b.1765 --------Johannes Truckenmiller b.1771----Anna Maria Truckenmiller b. Mar.28,1776 Lower Macungie Twsp.,Lehigh Co.------Bastian Truckenmiller b.1777-------Susanna Truckenmiller b.1781
Marriage of Michael Druckenmiller & Elizabeth was abt. 1807.Their children were Daniel Druckenmiller b.Nov.21,1825
d.Jan.6,1873 m. Elizabeth Hilbert b.Apr.8,1827 d.Mar.3,1911
m.1843 Children were : William Edwin Druckenmiller b.Mar 3,1843 m. Mary Ann Eck b.Aug.14,1847 Longswamp Twsp., Berks Co.,Pa. d.Jan.3,1934.------------Aaron Druckenmiller b.1859 ----Franklin Druckenmiller b.1861
Mary Ann Eck Druckenmiller was a twin and is buried on Longswamp Cemetery.WHERE IS WM. EDWIN DRUCKENMILLER??? Their children are Mary Druckenmiller (my grandmother) b. Sept.15,1892 Berks Co. d.Sept.26,1967 Allentown Hosp. m.Mahlon Yoder b.Oct.1,1890 d.Oct.23,1964 Emmaus,Pa.--------Sarah Ellie Agnes Druckenmiller b.Feb.2,1889 d.1964 m.Solon A. Kline b.1885 d.1951-------Sallie Ann Druckenmiller b.Jan.29,1870 d.1948 m. James O. Alexander b.1864 d.1934 ----Caroline Elizabeth Druckenmiller b.Dec.28,1881---------- Frank Druckenmiller -----------Joseph Evan Druckenmiller b.Mar.27,1883 d.1930-------Oscar Amandes Alfred Druckenmiller b.July 18,1876---------John Andrew Druckenmiller b.Aug.29,1878 d.1946 m.Catherine ' Katie' Bacihley b.Mar.22,1884 d. 1973 -------Henry Druckenmiller ------- William Edwin Druckenmiller b. Oct.24,1889 ----- Anna Maria Druckenmiller b.Feb. 29,1872 m.???? Himmelreich
Thank you Heather.
The first correction that I'd like to make concerns the Mechlin/Mechling connection to Michael Druckenmiller. In an old message to a fellow researcher, I erroneously stated that Michael Truckenmiller and Philip Mechlin served in the same military unit in the American Revolution. What I meant to say was that Philip Machlin and Michael's father George Truckenmiller/Druckenmiller served in the same military unit in the American Revolution, and not Michael who wasn't yet born. Michael was my GGG grandfather and George was my GGGG grandfather. I am still trying to make the connection between Michael Druckenmiller's wife (whose last name is shown truncated in early records as as Mech---) and the Mechling family who lived only a few miles from Sebastian Truckenmiller. I've heard that there are records which show Elizabeth's full last name but I have not yet located one.
Attached are two files; one is the complete roster and the second is an edited and highlighted version containing just the relevant information. Your "Jacob" was in the 5th Company, 5th Class and my "George" was in the 5th Company, 8th Class, of the 1st Battalion of the Northampton County Militia, serving during the time period 1 Nov 1781 - 1 Jan 1782. The Sebastian shown is more than likely Sebastian Jr.
The second correction that I'd like to make concerns the family line of Daniel Druckenmiller, son of Michael. Under the area where you have:
"Notes - Not my research:Marriage of Johann George Truckenmiller & Susanna was Nov.21,1769. etc,.... Marriage of Michael Druckenmiller & Elizabeth was abt. 1807. Their children were Daniel Druckenmiller b.Nov.21,1825."
This section associates the wrong Daniel Druckenmiller and should probably be deleted from the Michael Druckenmiller connection to avoid future confusion. The correct Daniel was born in 1819 as you state in your research. This correct Daniel is buried with his wife Catherine and several of their children in the Salem Evangelical Cemetery in Seisholtzville, Berks County (http://www.findagrave.com/
cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid= 54255976). This cemetery, located at 8031 Salem Bile Church Road, is just about a mile from St. Peter's Union Church Cemetery, Upper Milford, Lehigh, PA, where Daniel's father Michael, mother Elizabeth and sister Lydia are buried and only two tenths of a mile down the street from where Sebastian and Catharina are buried (approximate address is 7687 St. Peters Road, Macungie 18062).
I appreciate the chance to clear up the two nagging errors that I inadvertently created. I will try to be more careful and less speculative in the future.
Have a Merry Christmas!