Michael Gantz  ‎(I74)‎
Given Names: Michael
Surname: Gantz

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 13 October 1783 26 24 Colebrook, Lebanon Co, PA
Death: 5 December 1863 ‎(Age 80)‎ Bethel Township, Miami County, OH
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 13 October 1783 26 24 Colebrook, Lebanon Co, PA

Christening 8 May 1784 ‎(Age 6 months)‎
Marriage Margaret ‎(unknown)‎ - 4 January 1806 ‎(Age 22)‎


Show Details Source: Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Divorces 1786 – 1832
Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. 1996
Citation Details:  Page 104
  Text: Lancaster Co., Pa., Appearance Docket Apr. Term 1826 #37 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Feb. 23, 1826 - Petition of Margaret Gantz before Samuel Dale by her next friend, John Roland. She married on Jan. 4, 1806, Michael Gantz. He maliciously deserted her on Jun. 4, 1823. Since that time he never supported her or their family. She has always lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Both Johannes Roland and Margaret Gantz signed "by mark."

Feb. 23, 1826 - Court issued a subpoena to Michael Gantz to appear in court to answer the libel of his wife, Margaret Gantz, for a divorce. Sheriff reported he served this subpoena and it took him sitxteen miles to do so.

Lancaster Co., Pa, Appearance Docket Aug. Term 1826 #9 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Nov. 22, 1826 - Court shows that sheriff published notice for appearance in court of Michael Gantz in the Lancaster Telegraph, a Lancaster, Pa. newspaper, for four successive weeks but he failed to appear in court. On motion of Mr. Ellmaker, the court appointed David May, Esq., to take depositions in this case. Signed by N.W. Sample, Jr., prothy.

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Stauffer, yeoman, of Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., before David May, Esq., justice of the peace. Michael and Margaret Gantz were his near neighbors for a number of years. He never heard anything to indicate that they did not live together peacefully. About three years ago, Michael Gantz abandoned his family and never returned. He has not heard of him being in Lancaster Co., Pa., but heard he went away with another woman. Lately he heard he was living in the state of Oh. As far he knew "he had know ‎[sic]‎ reasonable cause for so doing."

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Garman, carpenter, of Raphoe ‎[sic]‎ Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a near neighbor of Michael and Margaret Gantz for a number of years. He never heard anything indicating that they did not live peaceably together. About three years ago, Michael Gantz left his family and has never returned to Lancaster Co., Pa. since. He has heard he now lives in Oh. As far as he knew, he had no just or reasonable cause for leaving this wife and family.

Dec. 19, 1826 - Court granted Margaret Gantz a divorce from her husband, Michael Gantz. Costs were $3.50 for the prothy.; 37 cents for the sheriff; $3.00 for the atty.; and $1.50 for the crier; making a total cost of $8.37.

Divorce Margaret ‎(unknown)‎ - 19 December 1826 ‎(Age 43)‎ Lancaster County, PA, USA


Show Details Source: Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Divorces 1786 – 1832
Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. 1996
Citation Details:  Page 104
  Text: Lancaster Co., Pa., Appearance Docket Apr. Term 1826 #37 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Feb. 23, 1826 - Petition of Margaret Gantz before Samuel Dale by her next friend, John Roland. She married on Jan. 4, 1806, Michael Gantz. He maliciously deserted her on Jun. 4, 1823. Since that time he never supported her or their family. She has always lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Both Johannes Roland and Margaret Gantz signed "by mark."

Feb. 23, 1826 - Court issued a subpoena to Michael Gantz to appear in court to answer the libel of his wife, Margaret Gantz, for a divorce. Sheriff reported he served this subpoena and it took him sitxteen miles to do so.

Lancaster Co., Pa, Appearance Docket Aug. Term 1826 #9 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Nov. 22, 1826 - Court shows that sheriff published notice for appearance in court of Michael Gantz in the Lancaster Telegraph, a Lancaster, Pa. newspaper, for four successive weeks but he failed to appear in court. On motion of Mr. Ellmaker, the court appointed David May, Esq., to take depositions in this case. Signed by N.W. Sample, Jr., prothy.

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Stauffer, yeoman, of Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., before David May, Esq., justice of the peace. Michael and Margaret Gantz were his near neighbors for a number of years. He never heard anything to indicate that they did not live together peacefully. About three years ago, Michael Gantz abandoned his family and never returned. He has not heard of him being in Lancaster Co., Pa., but heard he went away with another woman. Lately he heard he was living in the state of Oh. As far he knew "he had know ‎[sic]‎ reasonable cause for so doing."

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Garman, carpenter, of Raphoe ‎[sic]‎ Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a near neighbor of Michael and Margaret Gantz for a number of years. He never heard anything indicating that they did not live peaceably together. About three years ago, Michael Gantz left his family and has never returned to Lancaster Co., Pa. since. He has heard he now lives in Oh. As far as he knew, he had no just or reasonable cause for leaving this wife and family.

Dec. 19, 1826 - Court granted Margaret Gantz a divorce from her husband, Michael Gantz. Costs were $3.50 for the prothy.; 37 cents for the sheriff; $3.00 for the atty.; and $1.50 for the crier; making a total cost of $8.37.

Death 5 December 1863 ‎(Age 80)‎ Bethel Township, Miami County, OH

Burial New Carlisle, Clark County, OH
Cemetery: New Carlisle Cemetery

Last Change 28 February 2009 - 13:30:13
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Parents Family  (F7)
Frederick ‎(Johann Friedrich)‎ Gantz ‎(Ganß)‎
1757 - 1825
Catharina Elisabeth Kayser ‎(Kaisern)‎
1759 - 1800
Catharina Gantz
1779 -
Mary Elizabeth Gantz
1780 - 1854
George Gantz
1782 - 1833
Michael Gantz
1783 - 1863
Maria Margaretha Gantz
1785 - 1798
Baby Boy Gantz
1786 - 1786
Frederick ‎(Friedrich)‎ Gantz
1788 - 1861
Philip Gantz Sr.
1791 - 1823
Elizabeth Gantz
1793 -
Peter Gantz
1795 - 1795
Jacob Gantz
1797 - 1855

Step-Parent Family  (F47)
Frederick ‎(Johann Friedrich)‎ Gantz ‎(Ganß)‎
1757 - 1825
Catharine Nots ‎(Nosen)‎ ‎(Nutz)‎
1771 - 1817
Baby Girl Gantz
1801 - 1801
Magdalena ‎(Molly)‎ Gantz
1803 - 1875
Peter Gantz
1805 - 1874
Anna Maria Gantz
1805 - 1867

Immediate Family  (F20)
Margaret ‎(unknown)‎
1793 - 1880
Martin Gontz
1826 -


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Marriage Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Divorces 1786 – 1832
Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. 1996
Citation Details:  Page 104
  Text: Lancaster Co., Pa., Appearance Docket Apr. Term 1826 #37 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Feb. 23, 1826 - Petition of Margaret Gantz before Samuel Dale by her next friend, John Roland. She married on Jan. 4, 1806, Michael Gantz. He maliciously deserted her on Jun. 4, 1823. Since that time he never supported her or their family. She has always lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Both Johannes Roland and Margaret Gantz signed "by mark."

Feb. 23, 1826 - Court issued a subpoena to Michael Gantz to appear in court to answer the libel of his wife, Margaret Gantz, for a divorce. Sheriff reported he served this subpoena and it took him sitxteen miles to do so.

Lancaster Co., Pa, Appearance Docket Aug. Term 1826 #9 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Nov. 22, 1826 - Court shows that sheriff published notice for appearance in court of Michael Gantz in the Lancaster Telegraph, a Lancaster, Pa. newspaper, for four successive weeks but he failed to appear in court. On motion of Mr. Ellmaker, the court appointed David May, Esq., to take depositions in this case. Signed by N.W. Sample, Jr., prothy.

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Stauffer, yeoman, of Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., before David May, Esq., justice of the peace. Michael and Margaret Gantz were his near neighbors for a number of years. He never heard anything to indicate that they did not live together peacefully. About three years ago, Michael Gantz abandoned his family and never returned. He has not heard of him being in Lancaster Co., Pa., but heard he went away with another woman. Lately he heard he was living in the state of Oh. As far he knew "he had know ‎[sic]‎ reasonable cause for so doing."

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Garman, carpenter, of Raphoe ‎[sic]‎ Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a near neighbor of Michael and Margaret Gantz for a number of years. He never heard anything indicating that they did not live peaceably together. About three years ago, Michael Gantz left his family and has never returned to Lancaster Co., Pa. since. He has heard he now lives in Oh. As far as he knew, he had no just or reasonable cause for leaving this wife and family.

Dec. 19, 1826 - Court granted Margaret Gantz a divorce from her husband, Michael Gantz. Costs were $3.50 for the prothy.; 37 cents for the sheriff; $3.00 for the atty.; and $1.50 for the crier; making a total cost of $8.37.
Marriage Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Divorces 1786 – 1832
Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. 1996
Citation Details:  Page 104
  Text: Lancaster Co., Pa., Appearance Docket Apr. Term 1826 #37 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Feb. 23, 1826 - Petition of Margaret Gantz before Samuel Dale by her next friend, John Roland. She married on Jan. 4, 1806, Michael Gantz. He maliciously deserted her on Jun. 4, 1823. Since that time he never supported her or their family. She has always lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Both Johannes Roland and Margaret Gantz signed "by mark."

Feb. 23, 1826 - Court issued a subpoena to Michael Gantz to appear in court to answer the libel of his wife, Margaret Gantz, for a divorce. Sheriff reported he served this subpoena and it took him sitxteen miles to do so.

Lancaster Co., Pa, Appearance Docket Aug. Term 1826 #9 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Nov. 22, 1826 - Court shows that sheriff published notice for appearance in court of Michael Gantz in the Lancaster Telegraph, a Lancaster, Pa. newspaper, for four successive weeks but he failed to appear in court. On motion of Mr. Ellmaker, the court appointed David May, Esq., to take depositions in this case. Signed by N.W. Sample, Jr., prothy.

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Stauffer, yeoman, of Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., before David May, Esq., justice of the peace. Michael and Margaret Gantz were his near neighbors for a number of years. He never heard anything to indicate that they did not live together peacefully. About three years ago, Michael Gantz abandoned his family and never returned. He has not heard of him being in Lancaster Co., Pa., but heard he went away with another woman. Lately he heard he was living in the state of Oh. As far he knew "he had know ‎[sic]‎ reasonable cause for so doing."

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Garman, carpenter, of Raphoe ‎[sic]‎ Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a near neighbor of Michael and Margaret Gantz for a number of years. He never heard anything indicating that they did not live peaceably together. About three years ago, Michael Gantz left his family and has never returned to Lancaster Co., Pa. since. He has heard he now lives in Oh. As far as he knew, he had no just or reasonable cause for leaving this wife and family.

Dec. 19, 1826 - Court granted Margaret Gantz a divorce from her husband, Michael Gantz. Costs were $3.50 for the prothy.; 37 cents for the sheriff; $3.00 for the atty.; and $1.50 for the crier; making a total cost of $8.37.
Marriage Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Divorces 1786 – 1832
Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. 1996
Citation Details:  Page 104
  Text: Lancaster Co., Pa., Appearance Docket Apr. Term 1826 #37 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Feb. 23, 1826 - Petition of Margaret Gantz before Samuel Dale by her next friend, John Roland. She married on Jan. 4, 1806, Michael Gantz. He maliciously deserted her on Jun. 4, 1823. Since that time he never supported her or their family. She has always lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Both Johannes Roland and Margaret Gantz signed "by mark."

Feb. 23, 1826 - Court issued a subpoena to Michael Gantz to appear in court to answer the libel of his wife, Margaret Gantz, for a divorce. Sheriff reported he served this subpoena and it took him sitxteen miles to do so.

Lancaster Co., Pa, Appearance Docket Aug. Term 1826 #9 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Nov. 22, 1826 - Court shows that sheriff published notice for appearance in court of Michael Gantz in the Lancaster Telegraph, a Lancaster, Pa. newspaper, for four successive weeks but he failed to appear in court. On motion of Mr. Ellmaker, the court appointed David May, Esq., to take depositions in this case. Signed by N.W. Sample, Jr., prothy.

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Stauffer, yeoman, of Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., before David May, Esq., justice of the peace. Michael and Margaret Gantz were his near neighbors for a number of years. He never heard anything to indicate that they did not live together peacefully. About three years ago, Michael Gantz abandoned his family and never returned. He has not heard of him being in Lancaster Co., Pa., but heard he went away with another woman. Lately he heard he was living in the state of Oh. As far he knew "he had know ‎[sic]‎ reasonable cause for so doing."

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Garman, carpenter, of Raphoe ‎[sic]‎ Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a near neighbor of Michael and Margaret Gantz for a number of years. He never heard anything indicating that they did not live peaceably together. About three years ago, Michael Gantz left his family and has never returned to Lancaster Co., Pa. since. He has heard he now lives in Oh. As far as he knew, he had no just or reasonable cause for leaving this wife and family.

Dec. 19, 1826 - Court granted Margaret Gantz a divorce from her husband, Michael Gantz. Costs were $3.50 for the prothy.; 37 cents for the sheriff; $3.00 for the atty.; and $1.50 for the crier; making a total cost of $8.37.
Divorce Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Divorces 1786 – 1832
Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. 1996
Citation Details:  Page 104
  Text: Lancaster Co., Pa., Appearance Docket Apr. Term 1826 #37 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Feb. 23, 1826 - Petition of Margaret Gantz before Samuel Dale by her next friend, John Roland. She married on Jan. 4, 1806, Michael Gantz. He maliciously deserted her on Jun. 4, 1823. Since that time he never supported her or their family. She has always lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Both Johannes Roland and Margaret Gantz signed "by mark."

Feb. 23, 1826 - Court issued a subpoena to Michael Gantz to appear in court to answer the libel of his wife, Margaret Gantz, for a divorce. Sheriff reported he served this subpoena and it took him sitxteen miles to do so.

Lancaster Co., Pa, Appearance Docket Aug. Term 1826 #9 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Nov. 22, 1826 - Court shows that sheriff published notice for appearance in court of Michael Gantz in the Lancaster Telegraph, a Lancaster, Pa. newspaper, for four successive weeks but he failed to appear in court. On motion of Mr. Ellmaker, the court appointed David May, Esq., to take depositions in this case. Signed by N.W. Sample, Jr., prothy.

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Stauffer, yeoman, of Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., before David May, Esq., justice of the peace. Michael and Margaret Gantz were his near neighbors for a number of years. He never heard anything to indicate that they did not live together peacefully. About three years ago, Michael Gantz abandoned his family and never returned. He has not heard of him being in Lancaster Co., Pa., but heard he went away with another woman. Lately he heard he was living in the state of Oh. As far he knew "he had know ‎[sic]‎ reasonable cause for so doing."

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Garman, carpenter, of Raphoe ‎[sic]‎ Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a near neighbor of Michael and Margaret Gantz for a number of years. He never heard anything indicating that they did not live peaceably together. About three years ago, Michael Gantz left his family and has never returned to Lancaster Co., Pa. since. He has heard he now lives in Oh. As far as he knew, he had no just or reasonable cause for leaving this wife and family.

Dec. 19, 1826 - Court granted Margaret Gantz a divorce from her husband, Michael Gantz. Costs were $3.50 for the prothy.; 37 cents for the sheriff; $3.00 for the atty.; and $1.50 for the crier; making a total cost of $8.37.
Divorce Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Divorces 1786 – 1832
Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. 1996
Citation Details:  Page 104
  Text: Lancaster Co., Pa., Appearance Docket Apr. Term 1826 #37 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Feb. 23, 1826 - Petition of Margaret Gantz before Samuel Dale by her next friend, John Roland. She married on Jan. 4, 1806, Michael Gantz. He maliciously deserted her on Jun. 4, 1823. Since that time he never supported her or their family. She has always lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Both Johannes Roland and Margaret Gantz signed "by mark."

Feb. 23, 1826 - Court issued a subpoena to Michael Gantz to appear in court to answer the libel of his wife, Margaret Gantz, for a divorce. Sheriff reported he served this subpoena and it took him sitxteen miles to do so.

Lancaster Co., Pa, Appearance Docket Aug. Term 1826 #9 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Nov. 22, 1826 - Court shows that sheriff published notice for appearance in court of Michael Gantz in the Lancaster Telegraph, a Lancaster, Pa. newspaper, for four successive weeks but he failed to appear in court. On motion of Mr. Ellmaker, the court appointed David May, Esq., to take depositions in this case. Signed by N.W. Sample, Jr., prothy.

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Stauffer, yeoman, of Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., before David May, Esq., justice of the peace. Michael and Margaret Gantz were his near neighbors for a number of years. He never heard anything to indicate that they did not live together peacefully. About three years ago, Michael Gantz abandoned his family and never returned. He has not heard of him being in Lancaster Co., Pa., but heard he went away with another woman. Lately he heard he was living in the state of Oh. As far he knew "he had know ‎[sic]‎ reasonable cause for so doing."

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Garman, carpenter, of Raphoe ‎[sic]‎ Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a near neighbor of Michael and Margaret Gantz for a number of years. He never heard anything indicating that they did not live peaceably together. About three years ago, Michael Gantz left his family and has never returned to Lancaster Co., Pa. since. He has heard he now lives in Oh. As far as he knew, he had no just or reasonable cause for leaving this wife and family.

Dec. 19, 1826 - Court granted Margaret Gantz a divorce from her husband, Michael Gantz. Costs were $3.50 for the prothy.; 37 cents for the sheriff; $3.00 for the atty.; and $1.50 for the crier; making a total cost of $8.37.
Divorce Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Divorces 1786 – 1832
Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. 1996
Citation Details:  Page 104
  Text: Lancaster Co., Pa., Appearance Docket Apr. Term 1826 #37 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Feb. 23, 1826 - Petition of Margaret Gantz before Samuel Dale by her next friend, John Roland. She married on Jan. 4, 1806, Michael Gantz. He maliciously deserted her on Jun. 4, 1823. Since that time he never supported her or their family. She has always lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Both Johannes Roland and Margaret Gantz signed "by mark."

Feb. 23, 1826 - Court issued a subpoena to Michael Gantz to appear in court to answer the libel of his wife, Margaret Gantz, for a divorce. Sheriff reported he served this subpoena and it took him sitxteen miles to do so.

Lancaster Co., Pa, Appearance Docket Aug. Term 1826 #9 - Margaret Gantz by her next friend, John Roland, vs. Michael Gantz, libel in divorce.

Nov. 22, 1826 - Court shows that sheriff published notice for appearance in court of Michael Gantz in the Lancaster Telegraph, a Lancaster, Pa. newspaper, for four successive weeks but he failed to appear in court. On motion of Mr. Ellmaker, the court appointed David May, Esq., to take depositions in this case. Signed by N.W. Sample, Jr., prothy.

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Stauffer, yeoman, of Mt. Joy Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., before David May, Esq., justice of the peace. Michael and Margaret Gantz were his near neighbors for a number of years. He never heard anything to indicate that they did not live together peacefully. About three years ago, Michael Gantz abandoned his family and never returned. He has not heard of him being in Lancaster Co., Pa., but heard he went away with another woman. Lately he heard he was living in the state of Oh. As far he knew "he had know ‎[sic]‎ reasonable cause for so doing."

Nov. 30, 1826 - Deposition of John Garman, carpenter, of Raphoe ‎[sic]‎ Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a near neighbor of Michael and Margaret Gantz for a number of years. He never heard anything indicating that they did not live peaceably together. About three years ago, Michael Gantz left his family and has never returned to Lancaster Co., Pa. since. He has heard he now lives in Oh. As far as he knew, he had no just or reasonable cause for leaving this wife and family.

Dec. 19, 1826 - Court granted Margaret Gantz a divorce from her husband, Michael Gantz. Costs were $3.50 for the prothy.; 37 cents for the sheriff; $3.00 for the atty.; and $1.50 for the crier; making a total cost of $8.37.

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Family with Parents
Father
Frederick ‎(Johann Friedrich)‎ Gantz ‎(Ganß)‎ ‎(I35)‎
Birth 29 March 1757 34 Pferdsfeld, Rhineland-Pfalz ‎(Rhineland-Palatinate)‎, Germany
Death 13 December 1825 ‎(Age 68)‎
2 years
Mother
 
Catharina Elisabeth Kayser ‎(Kaisern)‎ ‎(I36)‎
Birth 17 July 1759 33
Death 14 June 1800 ‎(Age 40)‎ Mount Joy Township, Lancaster County, PA

Religious Marriage: 6 July 1779 -- Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Manheim, Lancaster County, PA, USA
4 months
#1
Sister
Catharina Gantz ‎(I72)‎
Birth 21 October 1779 22 20 Rapho Township, Lancaster County, PA
Death Yes
14 months
#2
Sister
Mary Elizabeth Gantz ‎(I75)‎
Birth 14 December 1780 23 21
Death 15 July 1854 ‎(Age 73)‎
14 months
#3
Brother
George Gantz ‎(I73)‎
Birth 29 January 1782 24 22
Death 19 August 1833 ‎(Age 51)‎
20 months
#4
Michael Gantz ‎(I74)‎
Birth 13 October 1783 26 24 Colebrook, Lebanon Co, PA
Death 5 December 1863 ‎(Age 80)‎ Bethel Township, Miami County, OH
19 months
#5
Sister
Maria Margaretha Gantz ‎(I76)‎
Birth 6 May 1785 28 25
Death 4 February 1798 ‎(Age 12)‎
14 months
#6
Brother
Baby Boy Gantz ‎(I173)‎
Birth 16 July 1786 29 26
Death 16 July 1786
2 years
#7
Brother
Frederick ‎(Friedrich)‎ Gantz ‎(I77)‎
Birth 22 December 1788 31 29
Death 4 April 1861 ‎(Age 72)‎ Monroe Township, Cumberland County, PA
2 years
#8
Brother
Philip Gantz Sr. ‎(I78)‎
Birth 18 March 1791 33 31
Death 1 November 1823 ‎(Age 32)‎
2 years
#9
Sister
Elizabeth Gantz ‎(I79)‎
Birth 29 January 1793 35 33
3 years
#10
Brother
Peter Gantz ‎(I174)‎
Birth 23 November 1795 38 36
Death 23 November 1795
2 years
#11
Brother
Jacob Gantz ‎(I69)‎
Birth 17 September 1797 40 38
Death 27 August 1855 ‎(Age 57)‎
Father's Family with Catharine Nots ‎(Nosen)‎ ‎(Nutz)‎
Father
Frederick ‎(Johann Friedrich)‎ Gantz ‎(Ganß)‎ ‎(I35)‎
Birth 29 March 1757 34 Pferdsfeld, Rhineland-Pfalz ‎(Rhineland-Palatinate)‎, Germany
Death 13 December 1825 ‎(Age 68)‎
14 years
Step-Mother
 
Catharine Nots ‎(Nosen)‎ ‎(Nutz)‎ ‎(I175)‎
Birth 15 February 1771
Death 21 July 1817 ‎(Age 46)‎

Religious Marriage: 6 January 1801
1 year
#1
Half-Sister
Baby Girl Gantz ‎(I176)‎
Birth 28 December 1801 44 30
Death 28 December 1801
15 months
#2
Half-Sister
Magdalena ‎(Molly)‎ Gantz ‎(I177)‎
Birth 15 March 1803 45 32
Death 21 March 1875 ‎(Age 72)‎
2 years
#3
Half-Brother
Peter Gantz ‎(I178)‎
Birth 6 January 1805 47 33
Death 25 May 1874 ‎(Age 69)‎
#4
Half-Sister
Anna Maria Gantz ‎(I179)‎
Birth 1805 47 33
Death November 1867 ‎(Age 62)‎
Family with Margaret ‎(unknown)‎
Michael Gantz ‎(I74)‎
Birth 13 October 1783 26 24 Colebrook, Lebanon Co, PA
Death 5 December 1863 ‎(Age 80)‎ Bethel Township, Miami County, OH
9 years
Ex-Wife
 
Margaret ‎(unknown)‎ ‎(I81)‎
Birth 1793 PA
Death 29 October 1880 ‎(Age 87)‎ New Carlisle, Clark County, OH

Marriage: 4 January 1806
20 years
#1
Son
Martin Gontz ‎(I82)‎
Birth 1826 42 33 OH
Death