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Family of Johann Valentine Frey SR and Anna Maria Barbara BINCKELE

Husband: Johann Valentine Frey SR (1721-1798)
Wife: Anna Maria Barbara BINCKELE (1722-1791)
Children: Anna Barbara FREY (1743-1816)
Johann Michael FREY (1745-1815)
Johann Peter Frey SR (1746-1815)
Johann Valentine Frey JR. (1748-1814)
Anna Maria Margaret FREY (1749-1784)
Johann Heinrich (Henry) FREY (1751-1802)
Johannes "John" FREY (1753-1835)
Maria Margaretha FREY (1755-1784)
Anna Rosina FREY (1757-1798)
Tobias FREY (1764-1766)
Christina FREY (1759- )
Marriage Apr 29, 1742 Muddy Creek, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States

Husband: Johann Valentine Frey SR

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Johann Valentine Frey SR

Name: Johann Valentine Frey SR1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
Sex: Male
Name Suffix: Sr
Father: Johann Hans Peter FREY Sr. (1689-1766)
Mother: Anna Barbara SCHMIDT (1696-1768)
Birth May 9, 1721 Wingen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France2,10,12
Arrival 1733 (age 11-12) Pennsylvania6
Arrival 1752 (age 30-31) Pennsylvania8
Residence 1780 (age 58-59) Rowan County, North Carolina, United States4
Residence 1786 (age 64-65) Winstons District, Surry County, NC9
Residence 1790 (age 68-69) Rowan, North Carolina, United States3,5
Occupation Rev Soldier, Revolutionary Patriot
Death Sep 13, 1798 (age 77) Hope, Stokes, North Carolina, USA7,10
Burial Hope Moravian Old (Original) God's Acre
Clemmons, Forsyth County, North Carolina

Wife: Anna Maria Barbara BINCKELE

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Name: Anna Maria Barbara BINCKELE13
Sex: Female
Father: Peter BINCKELE (1704-1793)
Mother: Anna Maria WERLYN ( -1748)
Birth Jun 1, 1722 Whitsuntide, Alsace, Germany
Residence 1736 (age 13-14) Germantown, Philadelphia, Penn
Death Jan 6, 1791 (age 68) Salem, Granville, North Carolina, United States
Burial Salem Moravian God's Acre
Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina, United States of America

Child 1: Anna Barbara FREY

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Anna Barbara FREY

Name: Anna Barbara FREY14
Sex: Female
Spouse: Frederick BOECKEL ( - )
Birth Mar 6, 1743 Muddy Creek, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Death Nov 18, 1816 (age 73) Friedberg, Rowan, North Carolina, United States

Child 2: Johann Michael FREY

Name: Johann Michael FREY15,16,17
Sex: Male
Spouse: Martha DOROTHEA SCHMIDT (1747-1815)
Birth Jan 8, 1745 Muddy Creek, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA17
Residence Pennsylvania16
Death Mar 26, 1815 (age 70) Germanton, Stokes, North Carolina, USA17
Burial Frye-Tuttle-Westmoreland Cemetery
Germanton, Stokes County, North Carolina

Child 3: Johann Peter Frey SR

Name: Johann Peter Frey SR18
Sex: Male
Spouse: Elenor KERN ( - )
Birth Jan 8, 1746 Union, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Death Mar 26, 1815 (age 69) Germanton, Stokes, North Carolina, USA

Child 4: Johann Valentine Frey JR.

Name: Johann Valentine Frey JR.19
Sex: Male
Spouse: Maria Catherine PETREE (PETRI) (1753-1805)
Birth Mar 8, 1748 Muddy Creek, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Apr 14, 1814 (age 66) Stokes, North Carolina, USA

Child 5: Anna Maria Margaret FREY

Name: Anna Maria Margaret FREY20
Sex: Female
Spouse: Peter FEISER (1743-1819)
Birth Oct 9, 1749 Heidelberg, Berks, Pennsylvania, United States
Death Dec 13, 1784 (age 35) Bethania, Forsyth, North Carolina, United States

Child 6: Johann Heinrich (Henry) FREY

Name: Johann Heinrich (Henry) FREY5,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Elizabeth Morris Frey (widow MOSER) (1761-1840)
Spouse 2: Sarah KLEIN (1751-1798)
Birth Jan 14, 1751 Heidelberg, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania22,24,25,28,30
Residence Dec 29, 1767 (age 16) Berks Co., PA23
Residence 1780 (age 28-29) Surry County, North Carolina, United States29
Residence 1790 (age 38-39) Reading, Berks, Pennsylvania, United States5
Residence 1800 (age 48-49) Salisbury, Stokes, North Carolina27
Residence York, Pennsylvania26
Death Jun, 1802 (age 51) Germantown, Stokes, North Carolina, United States

Child 7: Johannes "John" FREY

Name: Johannes "John" FREY32
Sex: Male
Spouse: Chistine Waller (MULLER) ( - )
Birth Dec 25, 1753 Muddy Creek, Lancaster (later Berks) County, Pennsylvania
Death Sep 21, 1835 (age 81) Wayne County, Kentucky, USA

Child 8: Maria Margaretha FREY

Name: Maria Margaretha FREY
Sex: Female
Spouse: Rudolph Neat JR. (1754-1821)
Birth Sep 18, 1755 Heidelberg, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Sep 13, 1784 (age 28) Adair, Kentucky, USA

Child 9: Anna Rosina FREY

Name: Anna Rosina FREY33
Sex: Female
Spouse 1: Adam BOYER ( - )
Spouse 2: John Adam Petree (PETRI) (1748-1793)
Birth Aug 27, 1757 Heidelberg, York, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 1798 (age 40-41) Stokes, North Carolina, United States

Child 10: Tobias FREY

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Tobias FREY

Name: Tobias FREY34
Sex: Male
Birth Jan 19, 1764 Heidelberg, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Dec 15, 1766 (age 2) Hope, Stokes Co., North Carolina
Burial Friedberg Moravian God's Acre
Davidson County, North Carolina, USA
Tobias Frey 1776 (age 11-12) Davidson County, North Carolina, USA35

Child 11: Christina FREY

Name: Christina FREY
Sex: Female
Spouse: John W. Wolfersberger (alias John W. SPARGER) ( - )
Birth Nov 22, 1759

Note on Husband: Johann Valentine Frey SR (1)

Johann Valentine (Valentine) FreyBorn 9 May 1721 in Wingen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, FranceANCESTORS Son of Hans Peter Frey and Anna Barbara (Schmidt) FreyBrother of Maria Margaretha (Frey) Kapp, Eva Catharina Frey, Anna Eva (Frey) Hege, Anna Barbara (Frey) Lauer, Anna Maria Frey, Johann Peter Frey, Johann Christian Frey, Maria Julianna (Frey) Hege, Maria Franzina (Frey) Hartmann andJohann George FreyHusband of Anna Barbel (Binckele) Frey — married 29 Apr 1742 in East Cocalico township, Lancaster Co. PADESCENDANTS Father of Anna Barbara (Frey) Boeckel, Michael Frey, Johann Peter Frey, Valentine Fry Jr, Anna Maria (Frey) Feiser, Johann Heinrich Frey,Johannes Frey, Maria Margaretha Frey, Anna Rosina (Frey) Petree, Christine (Frye) Sparger and Tobias FreyDied 13 Sep 1798 in Hope, Stokes, North Carolina, USAProfile managers: Eric Clark [send private message], Rachael Leslie [send private message], and Bob Ervin [send private message]Profile last modified 2 Jul 2018 | Created 4 Jan 2011 | Last significant change:2 Jul 201819:22: Alice Ann Fesmire removed Anna Barbara (Schmidt) Frey as the spouse from Valentine Frey. [Thank Alice Ann for this]This page has been accessed 1,566 times.Categories: US Southern Colonist.

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BiographyJohann was born in 1721. Johann Fry ... He passed away in 1798. He was buried in Hope Moravian Old (Original) God's Acre in Clemmons, Forsyth County, North Carolina, USA.[1]

Memoir of Johan Valentine Frey

The widowed Brethren, Valentine Frey, who fell blessedly asleep in Hope, North Carolina on September 13, 1798, was born on May 9, 1721 in Wingen, Palatinate [now Wingen, Bas-Rhin, France] and was brought up in the Lutheran faith. His childhood passed according to his own confessions without much thought about himself or the salvation of his soul. In his thirteenth year, his parents and their children moved to America, settling first on the Barrawage in the state of Pennsylvania. About this time, the Spirit of God began to work mightily in his heart, but he did not understand what was happening, yet never the less he lived an honorable Christian life, attending preaching frequently and once took communion in the Lutheran Church. Somewhat later, he moved with his parents to Muddy Creek, Pa. [actually Moden Creek, Lancaster Co., PA, now East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co., PA] where he first learned to know the Brethren who were beginning a Society there of preaching and of the other services, brought good to his disturbed heart so he decided to unite himself with their Society. About this time, he married the widow, Barbara Meyer, maiden name Binckele, with whom he had 13 children, from whom he has lived to see 102 grandchildren and 49 great-grandchildren. His wife died peacefully in the year 1791. At the place of their residence, the organization of a congregation of the Brethren failed to materialize, so in the course of time they moved to Heidelberg, Pa., and as he had already been received into the Unity, he partook for the first time of the Holy communion with the Heidelberg congregation. In June 1765, his parents and brothers moved to North Carolina and he came with them, attending the Holy Communion at Bethabara, until the congregation of Friedberg was organized, when he became one of the first members. In the course of some years, he moved to the neighborhood of Hope, N.C. During this period he turned into various by-paths which interrupted his fellowship with us. Although under these circumstances he was often reminded of what he had formerly felt in his heart, and although he often attended our meeting he did not experience the desired change of heart, until finally the Savior brought him to knowledge of himself, melted his heart, and led him to realize that he was a poor sinner. He at once related his experience, testifying that he had received Grace and forgiveness of his sins, through the Savior and now earnestly wishes again to partake of the Holy Communion with the congregation, which request was granted.

When in later days, he spoke of this time, he wept bitter tears, saying: "Oh how faithfully the Savior had dealt with me, and how He has gone with me all the way." In the course of time, he returned to Friedberg, but in 1794 went back to Hope to the home of one of his daughters, who cared for him faithfully to the end, of which he spoke with gratitude. We can bear witness of him, that he, especially in the later days of his life, stood in close communion with the Savior. He was not easily prevented from attending the Sunday services, although on account of his age it was often hard for him to come. Sometimes he bemoaned his outward circumstances and regretted that there was no one near him who felt as he did, but usually ended by saying: "Why should I complain? I have something that once I did not have. My Savior is my best friend; to Him I tell all my circumstances and, oh!, that refreshes and comforts me indescribably."

The salvation of his children lay close to his heart, and he affirmed that he prayed constantly for them to the Savior. He often spoke with much regret of the fact that his children did not belong to the Brethren's Church which he liked so much. "Some", he said, "are too far away and others, who lived nearby have neglected it." The Holy Communion was his firm, true sustenance and a strengthening for his soul. Each time, his preceding declaration concerning his need of Grace, which the Savior showed to his heart, was edifying. On one occasion as he lay on his death bed, he said, "Oh, the Holy Communion is a great thing--he who has once partaken of it with the Brethren has something which he can never lose, even if he wanders from the path, and it brings him back. I have myself experienced that."

On the 2nd of this month, (September) he was here in the meeting house for the funeral of a single woman, Sarah Taylor, but he was already so weak that he could not go to the graveyard and remarked to several Brethren, "I will be next". On reaching home he was obliged to go to bed. Each visit found him in a blessed condition of faith. "The Savior is near me," he said, "I do not know whether this is the end, or not, but if it is, His Will I am ready and glad", and he testified that nothing hindered him for appearing joyfully before the Savior. When verses were sung for him, he said several times that they expressed the feelings of his heart and joined in the singing of them. Having brought all his material affairs into order he waited in quiet confidence for his last hour, which came in the evening of the 13th of this month (September) and he softly and blessedly fell asleep--his age being 77 years, 4 months and 4 days.[2]

EventEvent:Type: ArrivalDate: 1733Place: Pennsylvania[3]Johann Valentin Frey

Arrival Year1752

Arrival PlacePennsylvania

Family MembersWife Anna Barbara; Child Johann Georg; Child Juliana; Child Anna Maria; Child Anna Eva; Child Johann Valentin; Child Anna Barbara; Child Christian; Child Johann Peter; Child Maria Margaretha

Source Publication Code717[4]

Patriotic Service

FRY, JOHANN VALENTINE SR Ancestor #: A043110

Service: NORTH CAROLINA Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE

Birth: 5-9-1721 WINGEN ALSACE FRANCE

Death: 9-13-1798 HOPE STOKES CO NORTH CAROLINA

Service Source: LINN, ABSTRACTS OF MIN OF COURT OF PLEAS & QTR SESSIONS, ROWAN CO NC, VOL 3, P 38; NC REV WAR PAY VOUCHERS, #530, ROLL #S.115.88

Service Description: 1) TOOK OATH OF ALLEGIANCE 2) RENDERED MATERIAL AID[5]

ResidenceResidence:Date 1784-1787Place: North Carolina, USA[6]Residence:Date: 1790Place: Rowan, North Carolina, United States[7]Children

The children of Johann Valentine Frey and Anna Maria Barbara Binckele Meyer Frey were:

· Anna Barbara Frey b. 6 Mar 1743 m. Frederick Boeckel

· Johan Michael Frey b. 8 Jan 1745 m. Martha Dorthea Schmidtz

· Johan Peter Frey b. 29 Sep 1746 m. Eleanor Kern

· Johann Valentine Frey, Jr. b. 8 Mar 1748 m 2) unknown m)2 Maria Catherine Petri

· Anna Maria Margaret Frey b. 9 Oct 1749 m. Peter Friser/Fezer

· 'Henry' Johann Heinrich Frey b. 14 Jan 1751 m. Sarah/Julia Klein

· 'John' Johannes Frey b. 25 Dec 1753 m. Chistine [Waller]

· Maria Margaretha Frey b. 18 Sep 1755 m. Rudolph Neat, Jr.

· Anna Rosina Frey b. 27 Aug 1757 m)1 'Adam' John Adam Petrea m)2 Adam Boyer

· Christina Frey b. 22 Nov 1759 m. John W. Wolfersberger (alias John W. Sparger)

· son Frey b. 23 Aug 1762 stillborn

· Tobias Frey b. 19 Jan 1764 d. 15 Dec 1776

WillThe Will of Valentine Frey

The will of Valentine Frey was made August 25, 1797 in Rowan County, North Carolina and probated in 1798, in Stokes County, North Carolina, in which he gives the names of his five sons and five daughters. (Will Book 1, Page 113, Stokes County, NC).

In the Name of God, Amen!

I Valentine Fry of the County of Rowan in the state of North Carolina being in perfect health and sound mind and memory thanks be given unto Almighty God calling unto mind the mortality of Men and knowing it to be appointed for all men once to die Do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament, that is to say viz. Principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul to my Creator & my body to be buried in a decent Christian Burial at the Discretion of my Executor, and as touching such Worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me, I give and bequeth the same in Manner & form following:

1) Whereas I have hertofore in my lifetime sold all my lands & Tenements as well as my stock of Negroes and have given Sufficient land or other property to my five Sons named Michael, Valentine, Henry John & Peter, I therefore will that after my death all the remaining part of my personal estate shall be sold at public sale & the Money arising out of said sale shall be divided viz.: my five daughters named Anna Barbara wife of Fredric Beckle, Anna Maria wife of Peter Fiser, Margaretha wife of Rudy Neet, Rosina wife of Adam Petree dec'd, Christina wife of John Wolfersbarger shall each of them have Twenty five Dollars of the Auction Sales as their own sole property for ever.

2) And I do --

-- the then remaining parts of said Money Arisen from the public sale as aforesaid shall afterwards be divided amongst my aforementioned ten Children share & share alike each of them one equal share as their own sole property for ever.

-- this and no other to be my last Will & Testament.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty fifth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety seven.

[Valentine Fry's Mark]

Signed Sealed pronounced and declared by the Testator as his last Will & Testament in presence of us -

John Rights

Joseph Fry

George Fry[8]

Sources· ↑ [1] Findagrave : Johann Valentine Frey

· ↑ [2] Rootsweb

· ↑ Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s

· ↑ [3] U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s

· ↑ [4] DAR Records

· ↑ Source: State Census of North Carolina, 1784-1787 Page: Surry, North Carolina page 54

· ↑ Source: 1790 United States Federal Census Page: Rowan, North Carolina page 17

· ↑ [5] Rootsweb

· North Carolina, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890. Name: Valentine Fry; Residence: 1786 - Winstons District, Surry County, NC

· Source: 1790 United States Federal Census Author: Ancestry.com Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.Original data - First Census of the United States, 1790 (NARA microfilm publication M637, 12 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Gro Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1790usfedcen&h=194556&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

· Source: State Census of North Carolina, 1784-1787 Publication: Ancestry.com Original data - Register, Alvaretta K. State Census of North Carolina, 1784-1787. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2001.Original data: Register, Alvaretta K. State Census Note: Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=flhg-statecensusnc&h=106898&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

Note on Husband: Johann Valentine Frey SR (2)

BURIAL

Hope Moravian Old (Original) God's Acre

Clemmons, Forsyth County, North Carolina, USA

Note on Wife: Anna Maria Barbara BINCKELE

Memoir of Anna Barbara Frey

 

"Anna Barbara Frey died January 6, 1791 in the evening in the sixth hour, and was buried on the 8th of that month in our God's Acre. She was born June 1, 1722, (Whit Sunday) in Alsace, Germany [now Bas-Rhin, France] and came with her parents to America. In her 17th year she married her first husband, Matthias Meyer, with whom she lived in German town, Pa., and they had two daughters. In the third year of her marriage, she was left a widow. After sometime, she married the present widower Valentine Frey. They were both awakened through the preaching of the Brethren and were members of the County Congregation of Heidelberg, Pa. and partook for the first time of the Holy Communion in 1756. In 1765 they moved to North Carolina and lived on the Yadkin River. They belonged to the County Congregation of Friedberg, N.C. When she became very feeble they transferred their membership to Salem, N.C. in order to be better served by the doctor. At first, she improved, but on the above mentioned day, she fell softly asleep from a stroke.

 

From her last marriage, she was blessed with 13 children. She lived to see about 100 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Her age was 68 years and 7 months."

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