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Bienvenue, Hello Ma page généalogie est évolutive. Il peut encore y avoir des erreurs, vous pouvez me les signaler. Mes principales sources sont : les microfilms des Mormons, les relevés de l'UCGL, mes papiers de famille et les actes obtenus auprès des mairies, et plus récemment les travaux du CEDHEG sur le Ban de la Roche (Alsace) Je remercie particulièrement ma cousine Marlène JOURNE qui a rectifié certaines de mes erreurs et m'a fourni de précieux documents sur l'origine Suisse de mes ancêtres lorrains, mon cousin Michel THERY qui m'a permis de remonter encore dans mes ancêtres patronymiques, mon cousin Alain ROUGIER pour ses informations sur mes ancêtres Alsaciens, Norma ALOSI pour ses relevés des mariages de la commune de Val et Châtillon consultables sur le Net, Jean Marie THIAVILLE pour ses relevés exhaustifs des naissances, mariages et décès de Niderhoff (1658-19001) avec commentaires et renvois, ma cousine Annick LAROUSSE pour ses conseils lors de mes débuts et tous les cousins qui par la publication de leurs arbres sur généanet ont facilité mes recherches.

H Pierre PINKELE (BINGGELI) Peter BINKLEY

(PierrePINKELE (BINGGELI))


  • Né le 2 mars 1704 - Guggisberg (Canton de Berne),Canton de Berne,SUISSE
  • Décédé le 20 août 1793 - Bethania,Surry Country,Caroline du Nord,USA,à l'âge de 89 ans

 Parents

 Union(s) et enfant(s)

 Notes

Naissance

Parti aux US sur le "Princesse Augusta", ne sachant pas écrire, il a dicté le récit de sa vie à "Sister Cramer" (From the Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, Volume 4, page 1824 Aux US il porte le nom de Peter Binckley.
Le nom Binggeli ets devenu Pinkele au Ban de la Roche et Binckley ou Pinckley aux Amériques pour des raison de prononciation.
Binggeli pour les germanophones
Pinkele pour les francophones
Pinckley ou Binkley pour les Anglo-Saxons

First Generation
Peter Binckele was born in 1704 in Guggisberg, Canton Bern, Switzerland, son of Christen Binckele or Binggeli and Elsbeth Berg/Burri. His father died when he was about 9, and when he was 13 his mother moved into Alsace. He was living with hisbrother in the Steinthal district of Germany when he met and married Anna Maria Werle (1704-1748). They came to America in 1736 on the Princess Augustus. They lived at Warwick (Lititz) and then near York, PA, where Anna Maria died in 1748. Peter married Anna Margaretha Geiger (1722-1803), widow of Johannes Schemel, in 1749, moved with her to Monocacy Maryland in 1763, and finally settled near Bethania NC in 1772. He died there in 1793, survived by 11 of his total of 23 children from the two marriages.
Peter Binkley's Will.

Décès

First Generation
Peter Binckele was born in 1704 in Guggisberg, Canton Bern, Switzerland, son of Christen Binckele or Binggeli and Elsbeth Berg/Burri. His father died when he was about 9, and when he was 13 his mother moved into Alsace. He was living with hisbrother in the Steinthal district of Germany when he met and married Anna Maria Werle (1704-1748). They came to America in 1736 on the Princess Augustus. They lived at Warwick (Lititz) and then near York, PA, where Anna Maria died in 1748. Peter married Anna Margaretha Geiger (1722-1803), widow of Johannes Schemel, in 1749, moved with her to Monocacy Maryland in 1763, and finally settled near Bethania NC in 1772. He died there in 1793, survived by 11 of his total of 23 children from the two marriages.
Peter Binkley's Will.

Death: 20 Aug 1793 in Bethania, Stokes County, North Carolina 8 Burial: Bethania Moravian Church Cemetery, Bethania, Stokes County, North Carolina





 Notes concernant l'union

Union avec Anne Margareth GEIGER

Veuve de Johannes SCHEMEL
First Generation
Peter Binckele was born in 1704 in Guggisberg, Canton Bern, Switzerland, son of Christen Binckele or Binggeli and Elsbeth Berg/Burri. His father died when he was about 9, and when he was 13 his mother moved into Alsace. He was living with hisbrother in the Steinthal district of Germany when he met and married Anna Maria Werle (1704-1748). They came to America in 1736 on the Princess Augustus. They lived at Warwick (Lititz) and then near York, PA, where Anna Maria died in 1748. Peter married Anna Margaretha Geiger (1722-1803), widow of Johannes Schemel, in 1749, moved with her to Monocacy Maryland in 1763, and finally settled near Bethania NC in 1772. He died there in 1793, survived by 11 of his total of 23 children from the two marriages.
Peter Binkley's Will.

 Sources

  • Union 1: Relevés - Travaux du CEDHEG - Ban de la Roche - Transcription - Dossier généalogie

 Aperçu de l'arbre

                         _____|4_Pierre PINKELE (BINGGELI) 1635-
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|2_Christian PINKELE (BINGGELI) 1669-1725
|                      \
|                       ¯¯¯¯¯|5_Magdalena SPRING 1638-
|--1_Pierre Peter BINKLEY PINKELE (BINGGELI) 1704-1793
|                                                                           _____|24_Christen BURRI 1579-
|                                                  _____|12_Jacob BURRI 1612-
|                                                 /                         ¯¯¯¯¯|25_Ana STOLL 1581-
|                       _____|6_Jaggi (Jacob) BURRI 1636-
|                      /                        \                          _____|26_Wilhelm BEYELER 1579-
|                     /                          ¯¯¯¯¯|13_Elsbeth BEYELER 1612-
|                    /                                                     ¯¯¯¯¯|27_Ana KUHN (KAUNN) 1580-
|3_Elisabeth BURRI 1669-1729
                      \
                       \                           _____|14_Hans ZBINDEN 1615-
                        \                         /
                         ¯¯¯¯¯|7_Elsbeth ZBINDEN 1643-
                                                  \
                                                   ¯¯¯¯¯|15_Anna BYNGELLI


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