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Johann Samuel Haupt
Ship Edinburgh
m. Jan. 16, 1748 in Windesheim
Johann Samuel Haupt and Catherine Barbara (Koeth) Haupt
b.
d. abt. 1760
b. Dec. 14, 1725
d. Jan. 12, 1784
1. Anna Margaretha - b. Nov. 19, 1748 d.
    m. George Batdorf - b.
    m. Sept. 8, 1799
2. Maria Catherina - b. Apr. 3, 1750 d.
    m.
3. Johann Nicholas - b. Dec. 22, 1752 d. Jan. 9, 1753
4. (Female Child) - b. Mar. 10, 1754 d.
5. Philip - b. Dec. 26, 1758 d. Jan. 22, 1832
   m. Ann Margaret Whisler - b. Dec. 7, 1760 d. Jan. 10, 1839
   m. Dec. 11, 1781
Samuel Haupt returned to Windesheim, Rheinland, Preussen (near Bad Kreuznach just SW of Frankfurt) in January of 1762.  This trip was announced in Sower's Newspaper of Philadelphia County on Dec. 18, 1761.  While still in Windesheim he married Margaretha Appel in May of 1764.  She was the daughter of Johann Nicol Appel.  Samuel and Margaretha  later returned to Upper Dublin Twp., Philadelphia County (now Montgomery County, PA).
Johann Samuel Haupt and Margaretha (Appel) Haupt
b. Dec. 14, 1725
d. Jan. 12, 1784
b.
d. 1794
6. Henry - b. 1764 d. July 19, 1841
    m. Maria Martenba - b. 1767 d. Oct. 15, 1816
    m. May 17, 1789
    m. Catherine Laurer Whitcomb - b. 1780 d. July 29, 1845
7. Elizabeth - b. Aug. 4, 1765 d. Nov. 4, 1822
    m. Martin Summers - b. Dec. 5, 1764 d. July 27, 1845
    m. 1786
8. Jacob - b. Jan. 7, 1767 d. Jan. 27, 1827
    m. Catherine Engard - b. June 1, 1763 d. June 20, 1831
9. Anna Elizabeth - b. Jan. 28, 1770 d. June 21, 1853
    m. Peter Sterigere - b. 1760 d. Jan. 5, 1806
    m. June 28, 1791
    m. Martin Summers - b. Dec. 5, 1764 d. July 27, 1845
    m. Dec. 11, 1823 (widower of older sister Elizabeth)
10. Barbara - b. 1771 d.
      m. George Fleischhauer - b.               d
11. Samuel - b. Jan. 1, 1772 d. Mar. 30, 1805
      m. Anne _________ - b. Oct. 15, 1771 d. Mar. 6, 1831
12. Anna Catherine (Katy) - b. Feb. 17, 1774 d.
      m. John Giffin - b.
      m. Feb. 28, 1795
13. Anthony (Anton) - b. Oct. 23, 1776 d. Apr. 12, 1845
     m. Phania (Veronica) Starkey - b. Nov. 15, 1778 d.
     m. Dec. 11, 1795
Children of #5: John (b. 1795), Mary (b. 1786), Daniel (b. 1790), Samuel (b. 1792 d. 1869), Henry (b. 1795 d. 1870), Joseph Wesley (b. 1797 d. 1872).

Children of #6: John (b. 1789 d. 1831), Joseph (b. 1793 d. 1834), Samuel (b. 1794 d. 1869), Mary Ann (b. 1795 d. 1883), Elizabeth (b. 1797 d. 1874) Mary Margaret (b. 1798 d. 1878), Ann (b. 1801 d. 1877), Henry (b. 1807 d. 1885).

Children of #8:  According to will there were no children.

Children of #11: Peter (b. 1790 d. 1844), Jesse (b. 1795 d. 1813), Anna (b. 1797 d. 1870),  Sarah (b. 1799), Mary (b. 1801 d. 1876), Catherine (b. 1803), Elijah (b. 1805).

Children of #13:  Margaret, Maria, Jacob (b. 1803 d. 1833), Catherine (b. 1805), Anthony (b. 1806), Samuel Levi (b. 1818), Sarah Ann, Francina.
Johann Samuel Haupt was the youngest child of Johannes and Anna Margaretha (Geiss) Haupt of Windesheim.  His father Johannes was born May 16, 1686 and died May 23, 1727.  His parents were married Nov. 6, 1708 in Windesheim.  Samuel was named after an uncle Samuel Jung (Young). He first arrived in Philadelphia (with his young family) on Sept. 30, 1754 on the ship Edinburgh.

Samuel Haupt is buried in the cemetery at Upper Dublin Evangelical Lutheran Church.  The church on the site at the time of his death was called
"Puff's" Church.  The cemetery is located in Upper Dublin Twp., Montgomery County, PA near Ambler, PA.  Many of Samuel's children are buried here as well.  A  memorial marker has been placed there to commemorate him, his brother J. H. Sebastian Haupt and their wives.

Samuel's son Philip, after service in the American Revolution, moved with wife to Northumberland County, PA (abt. 1800) and settled on what became a 400 acre tract in Irish Valley near Shamokin, PA.  Philip and his wife are buried in the cemetery at
Zion Lutheran Church in Augustaville, Nothumberland County.  The rest of Samuel's children tended to remain in the Montgomery Co., PA area.

Philip Haupt served with the Pennsylvania Militia - 2nd Regiment.  At age 19, he was encamped at Valley Forge, during the famous winter of 1777-78, with General George Washington.  Philip served under Col. Thomas Hartley and Brig. General Anthony Wayne.  He also served at the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, Trenton and Monmouth.  His widow's pension application is # 5205.  The pension was applied for by his son Henry in 1847 and after his mother's death in 1839.
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