Michael F. Allgaier1

M, #3107, d. between 23 September 1785 and 14 October 1785
Last Edited: 9 Apr 2013

Family 1:

Anna Maria (?) d. a 2 Sep 1775

Children:

Joseph Allgaier10 b. c 1753, d. 9 Nov 1831
Barbara Allgaier10 b. c 1755
Sebastian Allgaier+ 10 b. 1757, d. 27 Feb 1846
Catharine Allgaier10 b. c 1759

Family 2:

Barbara (?) d. a 23 Sep 1785
  • Marriage*: between 1776 and 1785; Principal:Barbara (?)

Notes

  • Note:
  • Immigration*: 25 August 1751; Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania2
  • Note*: Immigration: List 161 C. Philadelphia Court House record 25 Aug 1751 lists Hans Michael Algyer among 92 men, including 50 Roman Catholics, arriving on the ship "Anderson", Hugh Campbell, master, from Rotterdam, and last from Cowes.2,3
  • Note: Residences:
    1760 Bern Township, Berks Co., Penn.
    1767-1776 Reading, Berks Co.
    1776-1785 Borough of Lancaster, Lancaster Co., Penn.4
  • Note: Warrant - Bern Township, Berks County:
    Michael Allgier had a warrant dated 10 Jan 1755 for a survey of 25 acres in Bern Township, Berks County. By the time of the return of survey 1 Jun 1787 the rights had been granted over to Joseph Seyfert.5
  • Note: Colonial Tax Record of Bern Township, Berks County, 1760: Michael Algyer paid two shillings three pence tax.6
  • Note: Tax List, Reading Town, 1767:
    Algeier, Michael, labourer
    Houses, Lots, Horses, Cattle, & Sheep: 0 each
    Tax: 1

    Tax List, Reading, 1768:
    Algeier, Michael, carpenter
    Houses: 1, Lots: 1, Negroes: 0, Horses: 0, Cattle: 1, Occupation: 17
  • Note: Purchase and sale of property in Reading:

    By indenture dated 24 Oct 1767 Nicholas Smith granted to Michael Algeir, of the Town of Reading, carpenter, in consideration of £40 Pennsylvania money, a lot in Town of Reading, 60 feet by 130 feet, bounded on the east by Duke St., Lot No. 310. Recorded 7 Sept 1775, Berks Co. Deeds Book B2, p. 317-8.
    Abstracted by compiler; viewed on Berks County website.

    By indenture dated 2 Sept 1775 Michael Algeier, of the Town of Reading, carpenter, and his wife Anna Maria granted to Elizabeth Schauer, of the same place, widow, in consideration of £80 Pennsylvania money, a lot situate on the west side of Duke St., Lot No. 310. Michael and Anna Maria signed by their marks. Recorded 9 Sept 1775, Berks Co. Deeds Book B2, p. 319-320.
    Abstracted by compiler; viewed on Berks County website.8
  • Note: Purchase and sale of property in Lancaster:

    May 28, 1776, Leonard Kraus and his wife Maria Agatha sold to Michael Algyer a property located at No. 398 Mulberry Street in the town of Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Deed Book 'S', p. 606, Lancaster County courthouse.

    Nov. 1, 1785 John Sechler and Henry Sechler, both of the Borough of Lancaster, executors of the will of Michael Algyer late of the Borough of Lancaster, yeoman deceased, sold to Sebastian Algeier for £40 for the same property in Lancaster. Deed Book 'DD', Vol. 2, p. 519-521, Lancaster courthouse.9
  • Note: April 22, 1781 discharged from the Associators of Militia, Muster Roll, of 2nd Class, 8th Battalion. (Penn. Archives, 5th Series, Vol. 7.)1
  • Note: Will of Michael Algayer of Borough of Lancaster in county of Lancaster, carpenter. Bequests to wife Barbara furniture and things she brought at the time of marriage. Divides estate, real and personal, equally between his wife Barbara and his four children Joseph Algayer, Sebastian Algayer, Barbara, and Catharine. Executors John Seghler and Henry Seghler. Dated 23rd September 1785. Witnesses Jacob Hubert and Chas. Shaffner. Proved October 14, 1785. (Lancaster Co. Will Book E, Vol. 1, p. 283-284.)
    Abstracted by compiler from transcription in The Allgaier Family book.1

Citations

  1. [S20] The Allgaier Family, History and Genealogy : Austria to Berks County Pennsylvania 1751 by George P. Allgaier, self published 1983., p. 1-3.
  2. [S20] The Allgaier Family, History and Genealogy : Austria to Berks County Pennsylvania 1751 by George P. Allgaier, self published 1983., p. xv - xvi.
  3. [S346] Pennsylvania German Pioneers : A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrival In the Port of Philadelphia From 1727 to 1808. by Ralph Beaver Strassburger. Reprint 1966 Genealogical Publishing Co. Orig. publ. 1934., p. 450-1.
  4. [S20] The Allgaier Family, History and Genealogy : Austria to Berks County Pennsylvania 1751 by George P. Allgaier, self published 1983.
  5. [S498] website: Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, State Archives, Land Records, Warrant Registers, Berks County, Surnames beginning with "A", page 1, warrant no. 9.
  6. [S20] The Allgaier Family, History and Genealogy : Austria to Berks County Pennsylvania 1751 by George P. Allgaier, self published 1983., p. vii.
  7. [S369] Provincial Papers : Proprietary and State Tax Lists of the County of Berks for the Years 1767, 1768, 1779, 1780, 1781, 1784, 1785. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. XVIII., p. 3 & 89.
  8. [S493] Website of Berks County Recorder of Deeds. Images of indexes, deeds, mortgages, etc.
  9. [S20] The Allgaier Family, History and Genealogy : Austria to Berks County Pennsylvania 1751 by George P. Allgaier, self published 1983., p. viii.
  10. [S20] The Allgaier Family, History and Genealogy : Austria to Berks County Pennsylvania 1751 by George P. Allgaier, self published 1983., p. 1.