George Kellar

Male Abt 1700 - 1749  (~ 49 years)

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  • Name George Kellar 
    Born Abt 1700 
    Gender Male 
    Reference Number 8169 
    Died 1749  Frederick, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I8169  Thompson-Milligan
    Last Modified 12 Apr 2018 

     1. Abraham Kellar, Sr,   b. Abt 1722,   d. 20 Apr 1787, Shenandoah, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 65 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 12 Apr 2018 
    Family ID F132  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Notes 
    • "Aka: Jorg Kaller KAELOR. Spouse Unknown. At a Court held for Frederick County on Tuesday the 8th Day of August 1749. This Appraisement of the Estate of George Keeler Deceased was presented into Court by Lewis Stephens the Administrator & admitted to Record.
      Dwood C.C"
      S. Copy Original Record, Frederick County Will Book 1, 1743-1751, pages 314-315."
      "The first names found in connection with the settlement of Woodstock are Jacob Miller and his son-in-law, Abraham Brubaker. This settlement was first names Millerstadt after Mr. Miller, and Mr. Brubaker gave the double lot of one acre [Need copy of this deed to obtain date] to Burr Harrison, Taverner Beale, Joseph Pugh, Abraham Keller, Laurence Snapp, George Keller, John Tipton, Jacob Holtzman, Henry Nelso, Frederick Stover, Philip Hoffman and Henry Fravel, "for the use and purpose of building and supporting a church for public worship, a church yard and place of burial for the dead, and such other buildings as may be necessary for the purposes aforesaid." Seven of the names of this deed are the names of Germans representing the Lutheran Church.....The earliest names have been lost, as it is certain that the history of the congregation extends into the past to the time of the visitation of the Hebron pastors from 1748 [Were there records of these traveling pastors?] to the coming of the first regular pastor in the person of Peter Muhlenberg in the summer of fall of 1772.....All the years while these ministers were serving east of the Blue Ridge, the beautiful Shenandoah Valley had no resident pastor for the many people of the Lutheran faith until 1772. There were a number of visiting ministers.....Carl Friedrich.....Henry Moller.....John Christopher Hartwig [George Samuel Klug from another source][Page 43 is the last page I have. Try to find page 44 for more names.]