Enoch (?)

M
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Helen Grace Gould
Ancestry of Tommie Glenn Stemm , III

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Garrrett Enochson1

M, d. before 1677
FatherEnoch (?)1
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Helen Grace Gould
Ancestry of Tommie Glenn Stemm , III
Biography* -The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants

by Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig
Fellow, American Society of Genealogists
Fellow, Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
Historian, Swedish Colonial Society

originally published in Swedish Colonial News,
Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005)

During the week of 13 October 1738, Johan Dylander, the new pastor of Gloria Dei Church, recorded the receipt of 5 shillings for "the opening of a grave for a Dutch woman." The woman was the old widow Gertrude Supplee, whose will, proved 20 November 1738, named two sons, Henry and David Enochson, and two daughters, Catharine Smith and Mary Griffith.

Gertrude was Swedish, not Dutch. But she knew Dutch well ­ she had married three Dutch-speaking husbands. Indeed, she was four times a widow. Born by estimation in 1650, she had first married Garret Enochson in 1669. Garret died before November 1677 and she next married Garret's brother Harman Enochson. Harman was buried at Gloria Dei in 1699, and she next married the Finn Lasse Bärtilsson alias Parker, who died in 1705. Within a few years thereafter, she married Andreas Souplis, who was buried at Gloria Dei in early 1727. All of her children were by her first two husbands.

The Swedish churches on the Delaware accepted as members only those persons who were Swedish or who were married to Swedes. Gertrude and her three Dutch husbands were accepted as members only because of Gertrude's Swedish credentials.

The brothers Garret and Harman Enochson first appear in surviving records in 1673 when they were renting land in Kingsessing. By that time, Gertrude had two sons, Enoch (named after Garret's father) and Johan (named, we believe, after Gertrude's father). It seems probable that her father was Hans Månsson who, around this time, deeded part of his large Aronameck estate in Kingsessing to Garret Enochson. (The names Johan and Hans are both derived from the name Johannes.)

Hans Månsson had arrived in New Sweden in 1641 with a wife and children, names unknown. His first wife died before 1654 when Hans married Ella Stille, widow of Peter Jochimsson. Gertrude Enochson's first son, Enoch Enochson, was born in 1670. This places Gertrude's birth year c. 1650. It is known that Hans had a son by his first marriage (Måns Hansson), but his daughters (if any) have not been identified before.


The Enochson Brothers

The Enochson brothers probably arrived on the Delaware in 1663-1664 among the many young farmers which the Dutch had recruited from the Netherlands, adjoining countries and even from Sweden, to develop agriculture on the river. It is probable that Garret Enochson married Gertrude around 1669. Their first son, Enoch Enoch-son, was born in 1670. Soon to follow was their second son, Johan Enochson.

Confirmation of the death of Garret Enochson is to be found in Nils Larsson Frände's tax list of November 1677, naming all males sixteen and over within the jurisdiction of the Upland Court. The name of "Harmon Ennis [Enochs]" is shown, but Garret's name is missing.

Gertrude wasted little time in agreeing to marry Garret's brother Harman. He remained on the land acquired from Hans Månsson until about 1683 when he moved with his wife, children and stepsons to join Matthias Keen at two plantations northeast of Philadelphia designated as "Enock & Keene" on Holmes' 1685 map of Pennsylvania. That same map also showed "Enockson" owning land in Kingsessing ­ a reference to Garret Enoch-son's son Enoch, then still a minor.

In 1684 Harmon Enoch was listed among those agreeing to contribute to the salary of the Swedish pastor at Wicaco, Jacob Fabritius. The 1693 tax list valued his land in Oxford Township at £60. With the arrival of a new minister from Sweden, Andreas Rudman, Herman Enoc (as Rudman spelled his name) pledged £3 for the construction of a new church at Wicaco. Rud-man's church accounts show that Herman Enoc was buried in late July 1699. Upon the completion of Gloria Dei Church in 1700, his family was assigned a pew. In 1704, as Herman Enoc's widow, Gertrude gave 19 shillings and 7 pence towards the addition of brick porches to Gloria Dei Church.

Gertrude's Last Two Husbands

Gertrude's third husband was born Lars Bär-tils-son, son of Bärtil Eskilsson, but was commonly known as Lasse Parker. Their marriage probably occurred in 1705 and was very short-lived. He died 13 October 1705, in the presence of Enoch Enochson, then aged 35, who proved Lasse's nun-cu-pa-tive will.

On 1 September 1705 Michael Fredericks executed a deed conveying to Gertrude one-half of 200 acres which had been patented to him in 1676. It is likely that this was the land on which Gertrude had been living since 1683. On 23 November 1708, as Widow Parker, Gertrude conveyed this land to her eldest son, Enoch Enochson.

Gertrude's final marriage, about 1709, was to the widower Andreas Souplis, a French Huguenot from Alsace Lorraine, whose primary language was also low German. He had originally settled in Germantown, but later purchased land at Arona-meck in Kingsessing from Peter Petersson Yocum. He died in 1727. Gertrude survived him by eleven years and was shown in 1734 as the owner (for life only) of his 40-acre estate in Kingsessing. She was probably 88 years old at the time of her death in 1738.

Children of Garret Enochson

1. Enoch Enochson, born in 1670, is first mentioned in records by his patronymic. In 1690, Blackwell made a list of unpaid quitrents and found that Enoch Garretson, then 20 years old, had never paid quitrents since William Penn acquired Pennsylvania in 1681. In 1694, Enoch married Susanna Friend, daughter of Nils Larsson Frände and Anna Andersdotter. He found that living on the Friend family plantation was preferable to his land in Kingsessing and remained at Crum Creek in Ridley Township He therefore sold the his 100-acre inheritance in Kingsessing to Richard Bonsal for £58 on 2 July 1696.

In 1697 Enoch Enochson pledged 12 shillings annually for the salary of the new minister from Sweden, Andreas Rudman. However, like the Friend family, he became unhappy over the decision in 1698 to build the new church at Wicaco rather than at Passyunk or Tinicum Island. He therefore gave nothing to build the new church and, in protest, attended St. Pauls Episcopal Church in Chester instead. After his mother deed-ed him the land at Pennypack Creek, he turned around and sold it to Matthias Keen on 12 September 1711 for £105.

In 1715 Enoch Enochson was still being taxed on land in Ridley Township. Soon thereafter, however, he moved to Cecil County, Maryland, where he lived on land owned by his wife's cousin, Lawrence Rawson, until the latter died about 1718. Enoch then returned to Crum Creek in Ridley Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, where he was taxed in 1722. He stayed there until December 1725, when he acquired a 665-acre tract north of Raccoon Creek in Gloucester County in western New Jersey from his brother-in-law John Friend. Ten years later, Enoch Enochson and his wife Susannah transferred this land to another brother-in-law, Gabriel Friend, and moved with their sons to western Maryland. In 1740, Enoch Enochson, aged 70, and his son John Enochson, aged 36, both living on the Potomac, presented an affidavit which was used in the litigation between Pennsylvania and Maryland regarding the proper boundary between the two provinces.

Enoch Enochson and Susanna Friend had four known children:

>Gabriel Enochson, born 25 February 1695 at Crum Creek, Ridley Township, married Maria Guarron, daughter of James and Brigitta Guarron, at the Swedish Raccoon church, 30 December 1730. She died three days after the birth of their only child, also named Gabriel, who was born 21 September 1731. Gabriel, Sr., moved west with his father and in 1739 was granted land in present Washington County, Maryland, which he called "Enochson's Lot." He did not remarry and died soon after 1751.His only known son, Gabriel, remained with the Guarron family in Gloucester County, where he died in 1761.

>Anders Enochson, born in 1697 at Crum Creek, was married at the Raccoon Church on 25 October 1727, to Catharine Jones, daughter of Stephen Jones and Anna Mattson. He is traced in western Maryland up to 1754. Known children, all baptized at Raccoon, were: Rebecca, Priscilla, Abraham and John Enochson.

>Enoch Enochson, Jr., born c. 1702 at Crum Creek, never married. He lived in western Maryland until 1756 when he moved with his younger brother to Rowan County, North Carolina, where he died in 1788.

>John Enochson, born 1704, at Crum Creek, was married at the Raccoon Church to Margaret Vanneman, daughter of David and Catharine Vanne-man, 27 June 1729. In 1745, he was granted an 80-acre tract at the Potomac River which he called "Enochson's Delight." This tract adjoined his brother Anders Enochson's land. John Enochson sold this land to Thomas Cresap in April 1750 and moved to Rowan County, North Carolina, in 1756. He died there on 20 June 1765. He had six known children: David, Rebecca, Gabriel, Margaret, Mary and Isaac Enochson

2. Johan Enoch, born c. 1672, was married in 1696 to the widow of Derrick Johansson, who was named Brigitta Gästenberg, daughter of Olof Nilsson alias Gästenberg (ghost mountain, in Swedish). She already had three children by her first marriage. Her first husband had been executed for murder after a trial which left consider-able doubt as to his guilt. Johan and Brita lived in Nishaminy, Bucks County, on Derrick's plantation. In 1697, Johan Enoch made a pledge for the salary of the new minister and contributed £3 toward the construction of Gloria Dei Church. He doubled this gift in 1699 and in 1700 was given a desirable pew in the new church. In 1704 he also gave £1.16 to help pay for the porch additions.

In 1713, John Enoch and his wife sold their 100-acre farm in Bucks County to her late husband's brother Johan Johansson and moved to Aronameck in Kingsessing, where they lived on land provided by Nils Jonasson, who had married Brita's sister Christina. Brita died in Kingsessing in childbirth on 29 January 1716. Her husband, Johan Enoch died about 1730. They had six known children:

>Hannah Enoch, born 1698 in Bucks County, married Jonas Yocum, son of Peter Peterson Yocum, 26 August 1715. They moved to Mana-tawney (present Douglassville, Berks County, Pennsylvania) where Jonas Yocum died in 1760. Hannah survived him. They had five children who grew to adulthood and married: Peter, John, Judith, Mary and Margaret.

>John Enoch, Jr., born c. 1700 in Bucks County, was married on 6 November 1718 to Elizabeth Van Zandt. Their son, John Enoch III, was baptized 17 January 1719/20. The father died in the same year and his widow married Jacob Supplee, son of Andreas Souplis, 11 August 1720. They moved to Upper Merion Township, where the younger John Enoch became a faithful member of Christ (Old Swedes) Church of Upper Merion.

>Richard Enoch, born c. 1704 in Bucks County, married Martha (parents not identified). He took over the family farm, which he sold to Swan Jones, son of Nils Jonasson, on 12 January 1730/1. He died before 23 November 1736, when his widow married John Ewan of Burlington County, N.J. He had three known children: Mar-garet, Mary and Thomas Enoch.

>Henry Enoch, born c. 1707 in Bucks County, was living in Kingsessing in 1730 when he signed the tardy inventory of his brother John's estate. However, he soon left to join his Enochson cousins in western Maryland. He married Elizabeth Ross, daughter of William Ross, and on 23 April 1750 George Washington surveyed for him 388 acres at the Forks of the Cacapon River in Hampshire County, Virginia. George Washington also dined at his home in 1770. Henry died there in 1783. He had seven confirmed children: Henry, David, Enoch, John, Rachel, Elizabeth, Sarah.

>Enoch Enoch, born c. 1712, in Bucks County, accompanied his brother Henry to Virginia, where in 1753 he was granted a patent for 168 acres on the Potomac River. The name of his wife in unknown. He died c. 1760, survived by two daughters, Mary and Sarah.
Phoebe Enoch, born c. 1714, married Joseph Boyce, Jr., of Kingsessing, 10 October 1734. They moved to Ridley Township, Chester County, where Joseph died in 1742, survived by Phoebe and four children: Margaret, Joseph, John and Mary.

Children of Harman Enochson

1. Henry Enoch, son of Harman, was born in Kingsessing c. 1680. He was married to Sarah (parents unknown) by 1711. They lived in Bensa-lem Township, Bucks County, and attended the Dutch church there and the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia and later the Presbyterian Church in Abingto-n. He died after 1755. They had seven known children:

>Rebecca Enoch, born c. 1713 in Bensalem Township, Bucks County, married John May at the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, on 1 August 1737. Not further traced.

>Hannah Enoch, born c. 1715 in Bensalem Township, has not been further traced.

>Herman Enoch, born c. 1717 in Bensalem Township, Bucks County, was married in New Jersey on 12 November 1741 to Mary Dillon, also of Bucks County. He had no children and died in Philadelphia County in 1769, survived by his widow Mary.

>Joseph Enoch, born c. 1722, was married on 16 April 1747 to Jemima Wynkoop at the Presbyterian Church in Abington. He died in Philadelphia County in 1755. His widow married Abram Newkirk. Joseph had one known child: Jonathan Enoch, who was an heir under his uncle Herman Enoch's will.

>Gertrude Enoch, born c. 1725, was married on 29 May 1747 to William Maxwell at the Abington Presbyterian Church.

>Olive Enoch, born c. 1727, was married on 2 December 1747 to John Lawrenson at the Abington Presbyterian Church. He died in Makefield Township, Bucks County in 1750, naming his wife Olive as sole legatee.

>Susanna Enoch was baptized 19 August 1733. Not further traced.

2.. Garrett Enoch, son of Harman, was born c. 1688. In 1717 he joined his younger brother David Enoch to trim logs at Passyunk for a new parsonage for the Swedish pastor Andreas Sandel after the first one had accidentally burned down. From 1731 to 1741, he was taxed as the head of household in East Caln Township, Chester County. His wife and children, if any, have not been identified.

3. David Enoch, son of Harman, was born c. 1690. He helped trim logs at Passyunk in 1717. A cordwainer by trade, he was married by 1721 to Helena, daughter of Charles Hansson Steelman and granddaughter of Hans Månsson. They lived in Brandy-wine Hundred, New Castle County, but after Helena died c. 1733, David Enoch moved to Kingsessing to live with his mother. Around 1738, David Enoch married 2nd Miriam Reece, a Quaker, daughter of William Reece of Haverford. They acquired a house in Wilmington in 1740, which remained his home until his death on 9 December 1767. His known children by two marriages were:

>Anders Enoch, baptized at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church on 1 July 1722, had an illegitimate daughter named Jane Enoch, born of Catharine Brian, 10 February 1752. Not further traced.

>Anna Enoch, born 20 October 1725, died young.

>Hendrick Enoch, born 17 December 1727, was buried as a child at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.

>Margareta Enoch, born 29 July 1729, married Nicholas Moore 31 January 1751.

>Gertrude Enoch, baptized 9 November 1731, died young.

>Mary Enoch, born c. 1733, was buried 27 June 1735 at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.

>Benjamin Enoch, born c. 1737, was married c. 1759 to the heiress Mary Stalcop, only child of Andrew and Hanna Stalcop of New Castle County. After work-ing as a cord-wainer in Wilmington for several years, he sold all of his Delaware property in 1772, and moved to Granville County, North Carolina. Benjamin died in Caswell County, North Carolina, after 1790. His known children were Maria, David, Andrew, Sarah, Benjamin Jr., Reece, John and Samuel Enoch.

>Reece Enoch, born c. 1739, was married at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church in Wilmington
on 7 May 1764 to Jane Carter. They lived in a house in town provided by his father. Reece died by 17 January 1795 when letters of administration were issued on his estate. He had no children.

4. Catharine Enoch married - Smith, who had died before 1737 when Gertrude Enoch wrote her will. Both Catharine Smith and her daughter Brigitta Smith were living with Gertrude at the time.

5. Maria Enoch married Henry Griffith of Upper Merion Township. His will of 17 March 1747/8 named his wife Mary, children Rachel and Martha and grandchildren Enoch and Joel (surname not stated), sons of Rachel. Gertrude Enoch's 1737 will made a bequest to her daughter Mary Griffith.

The author is indebted to Richard A. Enochs of Indianapolis, Indiana, for his research contributions to this article.2 
Marriage*1669 Principal=Gertrude (?)1 
Death*b 1677 1 

Family

Gertrude (?) b. c 1650
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1163] Dr. Peter S. Craig, "The Enochson Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News, Volume 3, number 3 (Fall 2005): pages 2,4-5.

Gertrude (?)1

F, b. circa 1650
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Helen Grace Gould
Ancestry of Tommie Glenn Stemm , III
Note* of Swedish descent but married three Dutch-speaking husbands.

According to Peter Stebbins Craig, Gertrude's father was probably Hans Månsson who had arrived in New Sweden in 1641 with a wife and children, names unknown. His first wife died before 1654 when Hans married Ella Stille, widow of Peter Jochimsson.1 
Birth*c 1650 Date estimated by the date of her first son's birth in 16701 
Married Name Enochson1 
Marriage*1669 Principal=Garrrett Enochson1 
Marriage* Principal=Harmon Enochson1 
Residence*1697 Tahokaning, Oxford Township, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania2 
Married Name Lasse Bärtilsson1 
Marriage* Principal=Finn Lasse Bärtilsson1 
Married Name Souplis1 
Marriage* Principal=Andreas Souplis1 

Family 1

Garrrett Enochson d. b 1677
Marriage*1669 Principal=Garrrett Enochson1 
Children

Family 2

Harmon Enochson
Marriage* Principal=Harmon Enochson1 
Children

Family 3

Finn Lasse Bärtilsson d. 1705
Marriage* Principal=Finn Lasse Bärtilsson1 

Family 4

Andreas Souplis
Marriage* Principal=Andreas Souplis1 

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 42 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

Finn Lasse Bärtilsson1

M, d. 1705
Name Variation Lasse Parker1 
Marriage* Principal=Gertrude (?)1 
Death*1705 1 

Family

Gertrude (?) b. c 1650

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Andreas Souplis1

M
Marriage* Principal=Gertrude (?)1 
Burial*early 1727 Gloria Dei Church, Philadelphia, New Sweden, North America1 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Gertrude (?) b. c 1650

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Henry Enochson1

M, b. circa 1680, d. 1755
FatherHarmon Enochson1
MotherGertrude (?)1 b. c 1650
Name Variation Henrick Enock2 
Birth*c 1680 Kingsessing, Philadelphia Co., New Sweden1 
Residence1697 Tahokaning, Oxford Township, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania2 
Marriage*by 1711 Principal=Sarah (?)1 
Residence*a 1711 Bensalem Township, Bucks Co., New Sweden, North America1 
Death*1755 1 

Family

Sarah (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 42 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

Sarah (?)1

F
Married Nameby 1711 Enochson1 
Marriage*by 1711 Principal=Henry Enochson1 

Family

Henry Enochson b. c 1680, d. 1755
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Garrett Enochson1

M, b. circa 1688
FatherHarmon Enochson1
MotherGertrude (?)1 b. c 1650
Name Variation Gerritt Enock2 
Birth*c 1688 1 
Residence*1697 Tahokaning, Oxford Township, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania2 

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 42 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

Enoch Enochson1

M, b. 1670
FatherGarrrett Enochson1 d. b 1677
MotherGertrude (?)1 b. c 1650
Name Variation Enoch Enoch 
Birth*1670 1 
Marriage*1694 Principal=Susanna Friend1 
Residence*1697 Crum Creek, Ridley Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania; Enock Enockson enumerated with his wife, Susannah and their children Gabriel (b. 25 Feb 1695) and Anders2 

Family

Susanna Friend
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 55 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

David Enochson1

M, b. circa 1690
FatherHarmon Enochson1
MotherGertrude (?)1 b. c 1650
Birth*c 1690 1 
Residence*1697 Tahokaning, Oxford Township, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania2 

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 42 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

Catharine Enoch1

F
FatherHarmon Enochson2
MotherGertrude (?)1 b. c 1650
Name Variation Catharina Enock 
Married Name Smith1 
Marriage* Principal=(?) Smith1 
Residence*1697 Tahokaning, Oxford Township, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania2 
Will*1737 wrote her will in 17371 

Family

(?) Smith d. b 1737

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 42 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

(?) Smith1

M, d. before 1737
Marriage* Principal=Catharine Enoch1 
Death*b 1737 1 

Family

Catharine Enoch

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Maria Enoch1

F
FatherHarmon Enochson2
MotherGertrude (?)1 b. c 1650
Name Variation Enock2 
Married Name Griffith1 
Residence*1697 Tahokaning, Oxford Township, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania2 

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 42 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

William Ross1

M
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Helen Grace Gould
Ancestry of Tommie Glenn Stemm , III

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Susanna Friend1

F
FatherNels Larsson Larsson Frände1
MotherAnna Andersdatter1
Married Name Enochson1 
Marriage*1694 Principal=Enoch Enochson1 
Residence*1697 Crum Creek, Ridley Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania2 

Family

Enoch Enochson b. 1670
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 55 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

Gabriel Enochson Enochson1

M, b. 25 February 1695, d. after 1751
FatherEnoch Enochson1 b. 1670
MotherSusanna Friend1
Birth*25 Feb 1695 Crum Creek, Ridley Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania1 
Residence*1697 Crum Creek, Chester Co., Pennsylvania; born 25 February 16952 
Marriage*30 Sep 1731 Raccoon Church; Principal=Maria Guarron1 
Land Tx*1739 Washington Co., Maryland; Wa granted land in present Washington Co., Maryland which he called "Enochson's lot."1 
Death*a 1751 1 

Family

Maria Guarron d. 24 Sep 1731
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 55 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

Maria Guarron1

F, d. 24 September 1731
FatherJames Guarron1
MotherBrigitta (?)1
Death*24 Sep 1731 1 
Married Name30 Sep 1731 Enochson1 
Marriage*30 Sep 1731 Raccoon Church; Principal=Gabriel Enochson Enochson1 

Family

Gabriel Enochson Enochson b. 25 Feb 1695, d. a 1751
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Gabriel Enochson1

M, b. 21 September 1731, d. 1761
FatherGabriel Enochson Enochson1 b. 25 Feb 1695, d. a 1751
MotherMaria Guarron1 d. 24 Sep 1731
Birth*21 Sep 1731 1 
Death*1761 Glouchester Co.1 

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Anders Enochson1

M, b. 1697
FatherEnoch Enochson1 b. 1670
MotherSusanna Friend1
Birth*1697 Crum Creek, Ridley Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania1 
Residence1697 Crum Creek, Ridley Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania2 
Marriage*25 Oct 1727 Raccoon Church; Principal=Catharine Jones1 
Residence*b 1754 Maryland; western Maryland1 

Family

Catharine Jones
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1164] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig., Colonial Records of the Swedish Churches in Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Rudman Years, 1697-1702 (Swedish Colonial Society, Philadelphia, 2006), Page 55 (the recreation of the 1697 census).

Catharine Jones1

F
FatherStephen Jones1
MotherAnna Mattson1
Married Name25 Oct 1727 Enochson1 
Marriage*25 Oct 1727 Raccoon Church; Principal=Anders Enochson1 

Family

Anders Enochson b. 1697
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Rebecca Enochson1

F
FatherAnders Enochson1 b. 1697
MotherCatharine Jones1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Priscilla Enochson1

F
FatherAnders Enochson1 b. 1697
MotherCatharine Jones1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Abraham Enochson1

M
FatherAnders Enochson1 b. 1697
MotherCatharine Jones1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

John Enochson1

M
FatherAnders Enochson1 b. 1697
MotherCatharine Jones1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Enoch Enochson1

M, b. circa 1702, d. 1788
FatherEnoch Enochson1 b. 1670
MotherSusanna Friend1
Birth*c 1702 Crum Creek, Ridley Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania1 
Residence*b 1756 Maryland1 
Residencebt 1756 - 1788 Rowan Co., North Carolina1 
Death*1788 Rowan Co., North Carolina1 

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

John Enochson1

M, b. 1704, d. 20 June 1765
FatherEnoch Enochson1 b. 1670
MotherSusanna Friend1
Birth*1704 Crum Creek, Ridley Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania1 
Marriage*27 Jun 1729 Raccoon Church; Principal=Margaret Vanneman1 
Land Tx*bt 1745 - 1750 Potomac River; IN 1745 he was granted an 80-acre tract at the Potomac River which he called "Enochson's Delight." This land adjoined his brother Anders Enochson's land. He sold this land to Thomas Cresap in April 1750.1 
Residence*a 1756 Rowan Co., North Carolina1 
Death*20 Jun 1765 Rowan Co., North Carolina1 

Family

Margaret Vanneman
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Margaret Vanneman1

F
FatherDavid Vanneman1
MotherCatharine Vanneman1
Married Name Enochson1 
Marriage*27 Jun 1729 Raccoon Church; Principal=John Enochson1 

Family

John Enochson b. 1704, d. 20 Jun 1765
Children

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

David Enochson1

M
FatherJohn Enochson1 b. 1704, d. 20 Jun 1765
MotherMargaret Vanneman1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Rebecca Enochson1

F
FatherJohn Enochson1 b. 1704, d. 20 Jun 1765
MotherMargaret Vanneman1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Gabriel Enochson1

M
FatherJohn Enochson1 b. 1704, d. 20 Jun 1765
MotherMargaret Vanneman1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Margaret Enochson1

F
FatherJohn Enochson1 b. 1704, d. 20 Jun 1765
MotherMargaret Vanneman1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Mary Enochson1

F
FatherJohn Enochson1 b. 1704, d. 20 Jun 1765
MotherMargaret Vanneman1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Isaac Enochson1

M
FatherJohn Enochson1 b. 1704, d. 20 Jun 1765
MotherMargaret Vanneman1

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Nels Larsson Larsson Frände1

M
Name Variation Frände1 
Marriage* Principal=Anna Andersdatter1 

Family

Anna Andersdatter
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Anna Andersdatter1

F
Marriage* Principal=Nels Larsson Larsson Frände1 
Married Name Larsson Frände1 

Family

Nels Larsson Larsson Frände
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

James Guarron1

M
Marriage* Principal=Brigitta (?)1 

Family

Brigitta (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Brigitta (?)1

F
Marriage* Principal=James Guarron1 
Married Name Guarron1 

Family

James Guarron
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Stephen Jones1

M
Marriage* Principal=Anna Mattson1 

Family

Anna Mattson
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Anna Mattson1

F
Marriage* Principal=Stephen Jones1 
Married Name Jones1 

Family

Stephen Jones
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

David Vanneman1

M
Marriage* Principal=Catharine Vanneman1 

Family

Catharine Vanneman
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Catharine Vanneman1

F
Marriage* Principal=David Vanneman1 

Family

David Vanneman
Child

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Rebecca Enochson1

F, b. circa 1713
FatherHenry Enochson1 b. c 1680, d. 1755
MotherSarah (?)1
Birth*c 1713 Bensalem Township, Bucks Co., New Sweden, North America1 
Married Name1 Aug 1737 May1 
Marriage*1 Aug 1737 First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Principal=John May1 

Family

John May

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

John May1

M
Marriage*1 Aug 1737 First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Principal=Rebecca Enochson1 

Family

Rebecca Enochson b. c 1713

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Hannah Enochson1

F, b. circa 1715
FatherHenry Enochson1 b. c 1680, d. 1755
MotherSarah (?)1
Birth*c 1715 Bensalem Township, New Sweden, North America1 

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Herman Enochson1

M, b. circa 1717, d. 22 April 1769
FatherHenry Enochson1 b. c 1680, d. 1755
MotherSarah (?)1
Name Variation Harman Enoch2 
Marriage* Principal=Mary Dillon1 
Birth*c 1717 Bensalem Township, New Sweden1 
Death*22 Apr 1769 Bucks Co., Pennsylvania1 
Burial* Bensalem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Bensalem, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; Stone reads:

Harman Enoch
April 22, 1769
In his 53rd Year2

Family

Mary Dillon d. a 1769

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  2. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Harman Enoch, Bensalem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Bensalem, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; Memorial #24718989.

Mary Dillon1

F, d. after 1769
Married Name Enochson1 
Marriage* Principal=Herman Enochson1 
Death*a 1769 1 

Family

Herman Enochson b. c 1717, d. 22 Apr 1769

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Joseph Enochson1

M, b. circa 1722, d. 1755
FatherHenry Enochson1 b. c 1680, d. 1755
MotherSarah (?)1
Birth*c 1722 1 
Marriage*16 Apr 1747 Presbyterian Church, Abington; Principal=Jemima Wynkoop1 
Death*1755 Philadelphia Co.1 

Family

Jemima Wynkoop

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Jemima Wynkoop1

F
Married Name16 Apr 1747 Enochson1 
Marriage*16 Apr 1747 Presbyterian Church, Abington; Principal=Joseph Enochson1 

Family

Joseph Enochson b. c 1722, d. 1755

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Gertrude Enochson1

F, b. circa 1725
FatherHenry Enochson1 b. c 1680, d. 1755
MotherSarah (?)1
Birth*c 1725 1 
Married Name29 May 1747 Maxwell1 
Marriage*29 May 1747 Presbyterian Church, Abington; Principal=William Maxwell1 

Family

William Maxwell

Citations

  1. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.