The Hitts of Mississippi and related families

Joseph CuntzAge: 58 years16721730

Name
Joseph Cuntz
Birth 1672

Christening March 22, 1672

MarriageCatherine WeaverView this family
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MarriageAnna Gertrud ReinschmidtView this family
February 7, 1704 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Anna Elizabeth Cuntz

Birth of a son
#2
John (Johannes) Cuntz

Christening of a sonJohn (Johannes) Cuntz
April 18, 1706 (Age 34 years)
Christening of a daughterAnna Elizabeth Cuntz
December 23, 1708 (Age 36 years)

Christening of a daughterElizabeth Cuntz
September 8, 1711 (Age 39 years)

Death of a daughterElizabeth Cuntz
September 12, 1711 (Age 39 years)

Birth of a son
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Christian Cuntz
August 30, 1712 (Age 40 years)

Death of a sonChristian Cuntz
October 4, 1712 (Age 40 years)

Birth of a daughter
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Catherine Cuntz
1713 (Age 41 years)
Birth of a daughter
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Mary Cuntz
before 1730 (Age 58 years)

Death of a wifeCatherine Weaver
before 1730 (Age 58 years)
Death of a sonJohn (Johannes) Cuntz
before 1730 (Age 58 years)

Birth of a son
#6
Henry Cuntz
1730 (on the date of death)

Death 1730 (Age 58 years)

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Marriage: February 7, 1704Oberfischback, Germany
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Note

/par Joseph was the son of Johannes Kuntz and his wife Elsa Schuster. All four sons of Johannes Kuntz were members of the Steelsmiths and Toolmakers Guild of Ferndorf, Freudenberg, and the Four Villages. Joseph's wife, Gertrude, died soon after they came to Virginia, and in 2 CONT 1724 he married Catherine, daughter of John Henry Weaver (1714 immigrant) and his wife, Anna Margaret Huttman. Joseph died in 1731 at Germantown, and he, his wife, and three of his children are buried there.

Stafford County Will Book 1729-48, pages 22-23: Will of Joseph Cowntz, dated October 18, 1730 and probated February 10, 1731, leaves to son Henry my plantation,'' and if he die without issue, it is to go to my daughter Mary Cowntz; to son Tilamn Cowntz 100 acres bought of William Russell; daughter Ann Elizabeth (wife of) Tilman Weaver; daughter Anna Catherine; daughter Mary; daughter Catherine 40 acres on Licking Run joining Jacob Holtzclaw; Tilman Weaver is appointed executor, and is to havemy servant Jeremiah'' and the 4 youngest children until they come to maturity; test, Jacob Holtzclaw, John Kemper, Joseph Martin, Peter Hitt.

Fauquier County Deed Book 1, page 323, May 27, 1762, Joseph Hitt and Mary, his wife, Harman Kemper and Kathering, his wife, and Ann Elizabeth Weaver (Tilman Weaver was dead at this time) sell 100 acres which they inherited from Tilman Cowns, deceased. This deed shows that the descendants of Joseph Cuntz are to be found only through these three daughters, since the other children had died without issue.