Accounts from John Louis Siebenthall’s Tan Yard – Switzerland County, Indiana 1823

Your ancestors didn’t have to die or be an heir in order to appear in probate records. When John Louis Siebenthall of Switzerland County, Indiana died, his tan yard held open accounts from a number of customers.

The following is a transcription of:
“Indiana, Wills and Probate Records, 1798-1999,” digital images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=9045 : 23 May 2017), Switzerland > Probate Order Book, Vol 1, 1814-1824, 1831-1837 and 1837-1841 > image 106; Probate Order Book 1814-1824, p. 206.

List of accounts and notes in favor of the estate of John L. Siebenthall found on the books kept at the Tan yard this day made out and adjusted viz:

[See original for amounts due.]

  • Robert Gullion
  • Hiram Ogle
  • Daniel Cole
  • John H. Berichard
  • Frederick Chandet
  • Lewis F. Golay
  • John Nighswonger
  • Stiwell Heady
  • Philip Bettens
  • Dudley Beebe
  • James Hair
  • David Dufour
  • Francis Flotron
  • John D. Clere
  • John Wilson
  • Ann Stewart
  • A Twineham
  • Robt Bonner
  • Garrett Perkins
  • John Bratchi
  • Francis S. Lindley
  • Mrs. Maider
  • Edward Walker
  • James Hall
  • Violet
  • Fred Thebaut
  • Stephen Jones
  • Joshua Jones
  • Philip Schenk
  • John Willis
  • Peter Vanbriggle
  • Zelim Humbert Droz
  • William Jones
  • Minor Roberts
  • Frederick Grissard
  • Robert Bakes
  • John D Morrerod
  • Samuel Mennet
  • Thomas Luster
  • James Dalmazzo
  • William Roberts
  • Daniel Haycock
  • Charles F. Kratz

We certify that the above is a correct list of accounts. Vevay May 26th, 1823.
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Wilhelm Henric Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Wilhelm Henric Eck, son of Lorenz Eck and Helena Moninggan, born 14 July 1866 in Pennsylvania.[1] He married Martha [–?–] circa 1888. She was born January 1867 in Pennsylvania. They moved to Adams Township, Lucas County, Pennsylvania in the 1890s.[2]

Children of Wilhelm Henric Eck and Martha [–?–]:

  1. Frank D Eck born April 1889 in Pennsylvania.[3]
  2. Elenor Eck born July 1890 in Pennsylvania.[4]
  3. Lester L Eck born May 1892 in Ohio.[5]
  4. Albert Eck born December 1895 in Ohio.[6]
  5. Bernice Eck born February 1898 in Ohio.[7]

[1] ICC Baptisms, p. 61.

[2] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Adams Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 16, sheet 7B, dwelling 119, family 120, Henry Eck household.

[3] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Adams Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 16, sheet 7B, dwelling 119, family 120, Henry Eck household.

[4] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Adams Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 16, sheet 7B, dwelling 119, family 120, Henry Eck household.

[5] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Adams Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 16, sheet 7B, dwelling 119, family 120, Henry Eck household.

[6] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Adams Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 16, sheet 7B, dwelling 119, family 120, Henry Eck household.

[7] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Adams Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 16, sheet 7B, dwelling 119, family 120, Henry Eck household.

Joseph Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Joseph Eck, son of Wilhelm Eck and Lucetta Zweier, born 15 April 1853 and died 1936.[1] Joseph Eck married Maria Blank on 31 January 1884.[2] Maria was born 4 August 1860 and died 1945.[3] Her parents were Hugo Blank and Rosina Friederich.[4] They were buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[5]

Children of Joseph Eck and Maria Blank, all born in Pennsylvania:

  1. Edward Eck born July 1885.[6]
  2. Norman Eck born November 1886.[7]
  3. Ambrose Eck born 13 September 1887 and died 5 September 1890. He was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[8]
  4. Ida Eck born November 1890.[9]
  5. Terresa Eck born May 1892.[10]
  6. Fredrick Eck born December 1894.[11]
  7. Harry Eck born December 1899.[12]

[1] Birth: ICC Family Book, no. 40; death: ICC Cemetery, p. 44.

[2] ICC Marriage Register, p. 20.

[3] Birth: ICC Baptisms, p. 42; death: ICC Cemetery, p. 44.

[4] ICC Family Book, no. 8.

[5] ICC Cemetery, p. 44.

[6] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 35, sheet 11B, dwelling 196, family 201, Joseph Eck household.

[7] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 35, sheet 11B, dwelling 196, family 201, Joseph Eck household.

[8] ICC Cemetery, p. 39.

[9] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 35, sheet 11B, dwelling 196, family 201, Joseph Eck household.

[10] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 35, sheet 11B, dwelling 196, family 201, Joseph Eck household.

[11] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 35, sheet 11B, dwelling 196, family 201, Joseph Eck household.

[12] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Bastress Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 35, sheet 11B, dwelling 196, family 201, Joseph Eck household.

Anton Stephan Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Anton Stephan Eck, son of Joel Eck and Margaretha Zweier, born 4 September 1851.[1] Anton Eck married Catharina Saar on 26 February 1878.[2] Catharina was born December 1856 in Pennsylvania.[3]

Child of Anton Stephan Eck and Catharina Saar:

  1. Robert Eck born January 1884 in Pennsylvania.[4]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 128.

[2] ICC Marriage Register, p. 18.

[3] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Renovo, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, ED 28, sheet 16B, dwelling 307, family 307, Anthony Eck household.

[4]           106.     i.

Augustinus Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Augustinus Eck, son of Joel Eck and Margaretha Zweier, born 19 August 1849.[1] He married Elisabeth Bauer on 8 February 1881.[2] Elisabeth was born December 1852 in Pennsylvania.[3]

Children of Augustinus Eck and Elisabeth Bauer, all born in Pennsylvania:

  1. Reymand Orlando Eck born 4 January 1882.[4]
  2. Burrows H Eck born June 1885.[5]
  3. Florence Eck born September 1889.[6]

[1] ICC Baptisms, p. 15.

[2] ICC Marriage Register, p. 19.

[3] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Williamsport, 4th Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 82, sheet 9A, dwelling 193, family 201, Augustus Eck household.

[4] ICC Baptisms, p. 102.

[5] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Williamsport, 4th Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 82, sheet 9A, dwelling 193, family 201, Augustus Eck household.

[6] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Williamsport, 4th Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 82, sheet 9A, dwelling 193, family 201, Augustus Eck household.

Heinrich Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Heinrich Eck, son of Nathaniel Eck and Margaretha Zweier, born 15 February 1850 and died 8 April 1898.[1] Henry Eck married Barbara Eiswerth on 24 November 1885.[2] Barbara was born 10 July 1860 and died 4 September 1888.[3] She was the daughter of Georg Eiswirth and Margarita Lorson. They were buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[4]

Children of Heinrich Eck and Barbara Eiswirth:

  1. John Eck born August 1888 and died 12 October 1888. He was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[5]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 35. [Name stated as Heinrich Sarah Eck.]; Death: ICC Cemetery, p. 36. [Cemetery book gives birth as 15 March 1851.]

[2] ICC Marriage Register, p. 21.

[3] Birth: ICC Baptisms, p. 41; death: ICC Cemetery, p. 39.

[4] ICC Cemetery, p. 36 and 39.

[5] ICC Cemetery, p. 40.

Joseph Samuel Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Joseph Samuel Eck, son of Samuel Eck and Susanna Faust, born 28 May 1861 and died 1925.[1] He married Rosa [–?–] circa 1889.[2] She was born July 1870 in Pennsylvania and died 1959.[3] They were buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[4]

Children of Joseph Samuel Eck and Rosa [–?–], all born in Pennsylvania:

  1. Laura Eck born March 1890.[5]
  2. Walter Eck born August 1891.[6]
  3. Helen Eck born August 1893.[7]
  4. Susan Eck born August 1895.[8]
  5. Sylvester Eck born May 1898.[9]
  6. Emily M Eck born May 1900. She was the twin of Marie M Eck.[10]
  7. Marie M Eck born May 1900. She was the twin of Emily M Eck.[11]

[1] Birth: ICC Baptisms, p. 45; death: ICC Cemetery, p. 45.

[2] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household.

[3] Birth: 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household; death: ICC Cemetery, p. 45. [Gravestone gives birth as 1868.]

[4] ICC Cemetery, p. 45.

[5] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household.

[6] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household.

[7] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household.

[8] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household.

[9] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household.

[10] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household.

[11] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 5A-B, dwelling 84, family 84, Samuel Eck household.

Aquila Adam Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Aquila Adam Eck, son of Ruben Eck and Maria Reichard, born 12 September 1852.[1] He married Sabrina Bixler. Sabrina was born October 1857 in Pennsylvania.[2]

Children of Aquila Adam Eck and Sabrina Bixler, all born in Pennsylvania:

  1. Maria Elisabeth Eck born 7 July 1873.[3]
  2. Rosa Helena Eck born 3 September 1878.[4]

[1] ICC Family Book, no. 37.

[2] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 52, sheet 11B, dwelling 211, family 215, Adam Eck household.

[3] ICC Baptisms, p. 78.

[4] ICC Baptisms, p. 92.

Abel Zacharias Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Abel Zacharias Eck, son of Ruben Eck and Maria Reichard, born 2 August 1841.[1] He married 1st Luisa Nau. She was born circa 1860 in Pennsylvania.[2]

Abel married 2nd Catharine [–?–] circa 1882. Catharine was born October 1859 in Germany.[3]

Children of Abel Zacharias Eck and Luisa Nau:

  1. Maria Amilia Eck born 12 October 1875.[4]
  2. Peter Edward Eck born 10 December 1876.[5]
  3. Elizabeth Eck born circa 1879.[6]

Children of Abel Zacharias and Catharine [–?–], all born in Pennsylvania:

  1. Lucy D Eck born July 1883.[7]
  2. Fred T Eck born October 1886.[8]
  3. Margaret Eck born April 1889.[9]
  4. Reuben A Eck born September 1890.[10]
  5. Tessie Eck born November 1893.[11]
  6. Leo D Eck born August 1896.[12]
  7. Agnes Eck born August 1899.[13]

[1] ICC Baptisms, p. 2.

[2] 1880 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Lock Haven, 3rd Ward, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, ED 253, page 19, dwelling 189, family 194, Able Eck household.

[3] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, South Williamsport, 1st Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 73, sheet 5B, dwelling 102, family 105, Able Eck household.

[4] ICC Baptisms, p. 85.

[5] ICC Baptisms, p. 88.

[6] 1880 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Lock Haven, 3rd Ward, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, ED 253, page 19, dwelling 189, family 194, Able Eck household.

[7] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, South Williamsport, 1st Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 73, sheet 5B, dwelling 102, family 105, Able Eck household.

[8] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, South Williamsport, 1st Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 73, sheet 5B, dwelling 102, family 105, Able Eck household.

[9] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, South Williamsport, 1st Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 73, sheet 5B, dwelling 102, family 105, Able Eck household.

[10] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, South Williamsport, 1st Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 73, sheet 5B, dwelling 102, family 105, Able Eck household.

[11] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, South Williamsport, 1st Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 73, sheet 5B, dwelling 102, family 105, Able Eck household.

[12] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, South Williamsport, 1st Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 73, sheet 5B, dwelling 102, family 105, Able Eck household.

[13] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, South Williamsport, 1st Ward, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, ED 73, sheet 5B, dwelling 102, family 105, Able Eck household.

Lorenz Eck Family

This family profile is part of the ICC Families Project. The project seeks to piece together the families that attended Immaculate Conception Church in Limestone Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Lorenz Eck was the son of Joseph and Maria Eck. He married Helena Moninggan on 10 April 1860. Helena was the daughter of Thomas and Catharina Moningann.[1] They moved to Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio by 1900.[2]

Children of Lorenz Eck and Helena Moninggan, all born in Pennsylvania:

  1. Francis Xaverius Eck born 27 December 1860.[3]
  2. Pius Aquila Eck born 26 November 1862.[4] He died 19 July 1864 and was buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.[5]
  3. Anna Eck born 11 November 1864.[6]
  4. Wilhelm Henric Eck born 14 July 1866.[7]
  5. Viola Mariane Eck born 27 April 1869.[8]

[1] ICC Marriage Register, p. 10.

[2] 1900 U.S. Census, , population schedule, Toledo, Ward 8, Lucas County, Ohio, ED 70, sheet 10B, dwelling 209, family 221, Lorenzo Eck household.

[3] ICC Baptisms, p. 43.

[4] ICC Baptisms, p. 50.

[5] ICC Cemetery, p. 28. [Death year states 1861.]

[6] ICC Baptisms, p. 56.

[7] ICC Baptisms, p. 61.

[8] ICC Baptisms, p. 68.