Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICKDirck FULKERSONEleanor SHARP
Nicholas FLEENERMaria Catherina FULKERSON
Johannes Benjamin FLEENER
°1782
Washington County, Virginia, USA
+1846
Washington County, Virginia, USA

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Sarah HORN

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Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICKDirck FULKERSONEleanor SHARP
Nicholas FLEENERMaria Catherina FULKERSON
Issac FLEENOR
°19 Jan 1790
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Margaret HOBBS

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Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICKDirck FULKERSONEleanor SHARP
Nicholas FLEENERMaria Catherina FULKERSON
Elizabeth FLEENER
°About 1791
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Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICKDirck FULKERSONEleanor SHARP
Nicholas FLEENERMaria Catherina FULKERSON
Mary Polly FLEENOR
°1795
Washington County, Virginia, USA
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Abraham HORTENSTEIN

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Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICKDirck FULKERSONEleanor SHARP
Nicholas FLEENERMaria Catherina FULKERSON
I. Nicholas FLEENER
°1796
Washington County, Virginia, USA
+4 Mar 1874
Washington County, Virginia, USA

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Elizabeth SPROLES

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Sosa : 3232, 1632, 3312
Johan Nicolaus FLEINERMaria Veronika RUOFF
Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNER
°10 Jun 1721
Flein, Heilbronn, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
+24 Sep 1789
Woodsboro, Frederick, Maryland, United States

x About 1740 Germany
Anna MINNICK
Adam FLINNER  Elisabetha FLINNER  Rudolph FLINNER  Nicholas FLEENER#  Margaretha FLINNER  Maria Catharina FLINNER  Gaspar CASPAR FLINNER  Jacob W. FLINNER# 
John C. FLINNER   Michael FLINNER*  
Notes : Birth: Jun. 10, 1721, Germany
Death: Sep. 24, 1789
Woodsboro
Frederick County
Maryland, USA

He is an immigrant ancestor.

His route of immigration was down the Rhine River to Amsterdam.

Rupp's 30th Immigrant Records, and record from the Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church or Saint Peters Church. Ship records dated November 7, 1754 the Ship John and Elizabeth, Captain Ham from Amsterdam, last from Portsmouth with inhabitants from Hanau, Wuerttemberg, and Palatinate Germany left with 11 Roman Catholics and 120 Protestants a total of 330 Passengers. The name comes from German or French the German town of Heilbrann was formerly known as Flein this same area changed hands many times.

He was in Frederick County, Maryland by 1767 after spending time in Bucks and Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania. There, the family belonged to the Saint Peter's Rocky Hill Lutheran Parish in Woodsboro. Most family records from this time are to be found there, now called Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church. The last date, which mentions the couple is a communicant list of 29 Sep 1789, on which they are both, listed. This was about the year of their 50th wedding anniversary, and this may possibly have been the occasion.

Almost all of the children continued on to Washington County, Virginia, Caspar being the first in 1769, Adam and Nicholas next in 1773, followed by John, Jacob and Michael in 1774 (daughters Elizabetha, Martha Bessie, and Maria Catharina all went to Virginia as well; only Margaretha remained behind in Maryland with her husband.). Starting the FLEENOR family lines there, some of their descendants went on to Ohio and the Indiana Territory, where, when it opened to white settlers, could be had for $1.25 an acre, payable over four years, and from there to Iowa, Missouri, and the West. The FLEENOR branches of the family are now found in every state in the country, and are far more prolific than the FLENER line... Adam, the eldest, and Jacob, went further on to Tennessee in about 1788, and when Adam died in 1793, his children went on to Kentucky and Indiana to form the FLENER and FLEENER lines.

Sources : S68
Events :

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Sosa : 3233, 1633, 3313
Anna MINNICK
°1722
Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
+1766
Woodboro, Frederick, Maryland, United States

x About 1740 Germany
Johannes FLINNER
Adam FLINNER  Elisabetha FLINNER  Rudolph FLINNER  Nicholas FLEENER#  Margaretha FLINNER  Maria Catharina FLINNER  Gaspar CASPAR FLINNER  Jacob W. FLINNER# 
John C. FLINNER   Michael FLINNER*  
Sources : S68
Events : Buried (Woodsboro, Frederick County, Maryland, USA)

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Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICK
Adam FLINNER
°5 Feb 1739
Germany
+4 Jun 1793
Washington County, Virginia, USA

x 10 Dec 1781
Sarah FUNKHAUSER

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Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICK
Elisabetha FLINNER
°1742
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Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICK
Rudolph FLINNER
°1743
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Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICK
Margaretha FLINNER
°1745
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Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICK
Maria Catharina FLINNER
°1748
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Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICK
Gaspar CASPAR FLINNER
°4 Mar 1749
Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Germany
+11 Jan 1825
Washington County, Virginia, USA

x 24 Nov 1772 Israel's Creek, Frederick Co, Maryland
Margaretha ANDTES
Events : Buried Fleenor Baptist Church Cem #38, Washington Co, Virginia

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Sosa : 1616
Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICK
Jacob W. FLINNER
°Nov 1754
Philadelphia, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States
+After 1808
Sullivan, Tennessee, USA

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Sallie HORTENSTINE
Samuel FLEENER# 

x2 1779 Washington, Virginia, United States
Mary Susanna HOPE
Isaac FLEENOR  Adam FLEENOR   Henry FLEENOR  Sallie FLEENOR 
Sources : S68
Events : 1797 Resided (Sullivan County, TN)

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Jacob Nicolas FLEINERKatharina DOTTER
Johannes FLINNERAnna MINNICK
John C. FLINNER
°1757
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