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I'm Rob Salzman (email: genealogy at e-familytree.net)
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Family Sheet
HUSBAND
Name: Stephen Ulrich Jr. Note Born: Abt 1702 at Swebeland, Mannheim, Baden, Germany Married: Abt 1720 at Hanover, Baltimore County, MD Died: 1785 at Washington County, MD Other Spouses: Anna Margretha Makin
Father: Stephen Ulrich Mother: Wagoner
WIFE
Name: Hannah Stutsman Born: Abt 1702 at Germany Died: Aft 1748 at Washington County, MD
CHILDREN
Name: Elizabeth Ulrich Born: 1723 at Hanover, Baltimore County, MD Died: 1810 at Huntington County, PA Husband: Jacob Cripe Sr.
Name: Daniel Ulrich Born: 1735 at Hanover, Baltimore County, MD Died:
Name: Susanna Ulrich Born: 1738 at Hanover, Baltimore County, MD Died: Husband: John Deeter
Name: John Ulrich Born: 1738 at Hanover, Baltimore County, MD Died:
Name: George Ulrich Born: 1738 at Hanover, Baltimore County, MD Died:
Name: Samuel Ulrich Born: 1744 at Hanover, Lancaster County, PA Died: 1822 at Morrison s Cove, New Enterprise, Bedford County, PA Wife: Mary Elisabeth Brumbaugh
Name: David Ulrich Born: 1748 at Hanover, Baltimore County, MD Died: Wife: Barbara
NOTES
1). THE EARLIEST ULRICHS From unpulished information supplied in July 1980 by F r e d E. Ullery. His sources are unknown. This informatio n , i n turn, was in the possession of James D. Boor, Box 2 03 , R. D. 1, New Enterprise, PA 16664. There are many spelling variants which evolved from the o r i ginal German Ulrich. 2 In America there are two known s tr ain s of Ulricks, both strains using different spellin g var iant s. We are descended from the earlier strain whos e immi gran t forefathers were Stephen I b c 1675 John an d one u nname d possibly George . Reputedly they were phys ically s hort a nd stout and married three tall English sis ters. Pos sibly , they married in the English seaman area o f Chincote aque I sland, where, according to on tradition , 3they raise d ponie s rounded up small wild horses know n as Chincoteaq ue ponie s , which they swam to the mainla nd and sold. 2 The first known acquistions by the Ulrichs were in the a r e a of the present Adams Co., PA. The earliest records o f t ha t area were recorded in Chester Co. The county statu r o f th at part of Adams county successively changedto L anca ste r Co. on 14 Oct 1728 to York Co. on 14 Oct 1748 and t o Ad ams Co. in 1800. Probably, it was in the Adams County area that Immigran t J o hn Ulrich, while hunting wild turkeys, fell down a pr ecip ic e and was fatally impaled on a tree snag. It has be en wr itt en that an 3Eldrick 2 probably Stephen Ulrich II an d a 3St udsman 2 probably Jacob Stutzman, Sr. were t wo o f the orga nizers of the Little Conewago Congregation , from ed about 17 38 near Hanover, PA. Therefore, the prev alent m igrations o f the Ulrichs, and associated German Ba ptist fa milies, wer e sequentually to the Conacocheaque C reek Vall ey of the pr esent Franklin Co. PA, and the prese nt Washing ton Co. MD t o the Morrison1s Cove area of th e originall y large Bedfor d Co. PA to the southwestern an d western ce ntral areas o f Ohio, especially Montgomety Co . and, to th e central an d northern areas of Indiana. NO. 392 STEPHEN ULRICH I From unpulished information supplie d i n J uly 1980 by Fred E. Ullery. His sources are unknown . Th is i nformation, in turn, was in the possession of Jam es D . Boor , Box 203, R.D. 1, New Enterprise, PA 16664. b c 16 80 Germ any. He once owned land in what is now Adams Co. PA. THE ULRICK CHILDREN 1. Stephen II b c1710 d c1784 m 1 Elizabeth m 2 Hannah Stutzman a widow. 2. Samuel b 1716 . He reputedly was a German Baptist mini s t er of 3fluent oratory & great eloquence. 2 3 He had a h ug e p hysique, weighing upwards of 400 lbs. He was still l ivi ng a s a bachelor in PA at age 86 yrs. 3. David b 16 Mar 1717 ? By 1752, Stephen Jr. had moved about 60 miles southw e s t t o Frederick County, Maryland. This was early. Hag er s t ow n wouldn t be platted for another ten years, an d th e w il der ness was mostly untouched. He bought 235 a cre s lat er called Good Neighbor from a very early set tle r in th e region , Hans Waggoner. A Daniel Ulrich boug ht 8 6. Dani el was probably Stephen s brother. This lan d is ei ght or n ine mile s west of today s Hagerstown, nea r the pr esen t ha mlet of Cl ear Springs on Hwy 40. Steph en live d here u nti l he died . His brother John lived th ere too . This wa s t he genuin e frontier, not more tha n a mile o r so from t h e mountains t hat held back settle rs for anot her 20 year s . The next year , George Washing ton age 21 passed a f e w miles west on hi s way to parl ey with th e French on beh al f of the Virginia g overnor the Frenc h were encroachin g o n western lands . Wa shingt on was bac k again the nex t year , this time with troop s , only to b e defeated at For t Neces sity. He returned t h e followin g year too, with Gen eral Br addock, fresh fro m Eng land, d etermined to oust th e Frenc h from Fort Duqu esne. Bra ddoc k s disastrous defea t in Nove mber 1755 se t off desolati n g Indian attacks alon g the whol e frontie r, and Stephen al most certainly abandon ed his far m and f led east, along wi t h the whole community . The Mary lan d governor announce d that The fine settlemen t of Conococheague is quite deserted but if Stephen lef t , h e ca m back in 1769 he began selli ng off his land , 6 0 acre s to George Butterbaugh, 139 to Daniel Ulrich, a nd s ome t o John Metzger. He died about 1784.





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