Nicholas Bucher Jr.
(1707-)
Nicholas Bucher III
(Abt 1731-After 1805)
Moria Kehr
(Abt 1731-)
Nicholas Bucher IV
(1755-1835)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Anna Baer

2. Barbara Garber

Nicholas Bucher IV 1 2 3 4 5

  • Born: 11 Nov 1755, , York, PA 2 4 5 6
  • Marriage (1): Anna Baer
  • Marriage (2): Barbara Garber
  • Died: 27 May 1835, Heidelberg Twp., York, PA at age 79 2 4 5 6
  • Buried: Penn Twp.: Bucher Burial Ground, York, PA 2 4 5 6

  General Notes:

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  Noted events in his life were:

1. Tax List: 1779, Manheim Twp., York, PA. 2 4 7 The Nicolas Bucher family appeared on tax lists from 1779 to 1783 in the Pennsylvania Archives volume on the following pages:

1779 Bucher, Nicholas, Jun'r, 1 Cattle, Tax 12.0.0. (p. 20)
1779 Bucher, Nicholas, 150 Acres, 2 Horses, 5 Cattle, Tax 90.0 (p. 21)
1780 Bucher, Christian, 1 Horse, 1 Cattle, Tax 38.5.0 (p. 210)
1780 Bucher, Nicholas, 150 Acres, 2 Horses, 5 Cattle, Tax 38.15.8 (p. 211)
1783 Bucher, Nicholas, Jun'r, 50 Acres, 4 Inhabitants (p. 786)
1783 Bucher, Nicholas, 200 Acres, 12 Inhab., 0 Servants, 0 Negroes (p. 787)
1783 Bucher, Nich's, 200 Acres, 12 Inhabitants (p. 793)

2. Nicholas served in the military in 1785 in , York, PA. 2 4 8 Nicolous Bucher, Michal Bucher, John Bucher, and Henry Bucher served in Revolutionary War from York County and appear on the Muster Rolls of Capt. Adam Hupert's Second Company, York County Militia for Spring of 1785.

3. Census in 1800 in Manheim Twp., York, PA. 2 4 9 The 1800 Census shows a Nicholas Booker household comprised of:
Males (born)
45 & over (<=1755) = 1 Nicholas
Females (born)
45 & over (<=1755) = 1 wife

On the same page in Manheim Township are households of Michael Booker and the second Nicholas Booker. Adam Boogher also appears in Manheim Township this year on another page.

4. Tax List: 1801, Manheim Twp., York, PA. 2 4 10 Appearing on the tax list:
Bucher Michael 136 acres, tax 3h 4c
Bucher Nicholas 136 acres, tax 2h 3c

5. Property on 22 Mar 1805 in Manheim Twp., York, PA. 2 4 11 The elder Nicholas (born 1707) on this day deeded land in equal shares to his two sons Michael and this Nicholas the younger as follows:

This Indenture Made the twenty-second day of March, Anno Domini One
thousand eight hundred and five, Between Nicholas Bucher the elder of
Manheim Township in the County of York and State of Pennsylvania Yoeman
of the One part, And Nicholas Bucher the younger, Son of the aforesaid
Nicholas, of the Township County and State aforesaid Yoeman of the other
part, Witnesseth that the said Nicholas Bucher the elder, and Widower,
for and in Consideration of the sum of Five hundred and twenty five
Pounds in real Specie lawful money of Pennsylvania to him the said
Nicholas Bucher the elder well and truly in hand paid by the said
Nicholas Bucher the Younger at or before the eusealing and Delivery of
these presents, the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and thereof
and every part and parcel thereof doth acquit and discharge forever the
said Nicholas Bucher the younger his heirs and assigns by these
presents, Have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released, enpoffed and
confirmed, and by these presents Do grant, bargain, sell, alien,
release, enpoff and confirm unto the said Nicholas Bucher the younger
unto his Heirs and assigns forever all that the following described
Tract or parcel of land Situate lying and being in said Manheim Township
aforesaid and is bounded by lands courses and distance so as follows to
wit, Beginning at a Black Oak marked for a Corner and thence by lands
of Peter Klunk North thirty four degrees East sixty two perches to
Stones-for a corner Thence North fifty seven degrees East thirty two
perches and a half to a White Oak marked for a corner, and thence by
said Klunks land a part, and part by lands that time Peter Gott, North
eleven degrees East One hundred and Seventy eight perches and a half to
Stones for a corner, also a corner of William Baughers lands, and Thence
by the same South eighty seven degrees and a half west one hundred and
thirty eight perches to a White Oak marked for a corner and thence again
by lands of Peter Klunk, South four degrees East forty three perches to
stones for a corner, and further by the same, South eighty six degrees
and a half West fifty eight perches and three tenths of a perch to
Stones for a corner, (all these before described lines are outside lines
of old and Original Survey), and Thence by the Division line and by the
part of Land now laid off for the use of Michael Bucher South forty one
degrees and a half East One hundred and twenty four perches to Stones
for a Corner and further by the same South forty three degrees and one
quarter West fifty four perches a stone for a corner, And further by the
same South forty degrees East seventy eight perches to the place of
Beginning, containing One hundred and forty eight acres and one hundred
and thirty perches of land and the usual allowance of six acres per cent
for roads and highways Ea. It being a part of a larger tract of land
said to contain two hundred and seventy two acres and a half and the
usual allowance for roads and highways Ea which had been granted and
surveyed unto Nicholas Bucher the grandfather in Purbuance of his
Warrant from the Land Office of Pennsylvania, bearing date the Twenty
Seventh day of January which was in the year of our Lord one thousand
seven hundred and fifty seven, And Whereas the said Nicholas Bucher the
grandfather, and that time called the elder by his Deed poll from under
his hand and seal, bearing date the twenty eight day of October which
was in the Year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and sixty five
did grant and convey all the said whole tract of land with the
appurtenances unto the above named Nicholas Bucher (now the elder, that
time called the younger) party hereto, to hold to him his heirs and
assigns forever, as in and by said Deed Poll Reference being had may
more fully and at large appear, Together with all and singular the
houses out houses Edifices and buildings thereon erected and built,
Profits Commodities, advantages Emoluments heredilaments and
appurtenances whatsoever to the said described tract or parcel of land
belonging or in any wise appertaining, and the reversions remainders
rents Issues and Profits thereof, also all the Estate Right title
interest use possessions property claims and demand whatsoever of him
the said Nicholas Bucher the elder in law or equity or otherwise
howsoever of into or out of the said described tract or parcel of land
or any part thereof, together also with true copies of all Deeds
evidences and writings touching and concerning the hereby granted
premises or any part or parcel thereof to be had and taken at the costs
and charges of the said Nicholas Bucher now the younger his heirs and
assigns To Have and to Hold the said One hundred and forty eight acres
and one hundred and thirty perches of land and the usual allowance as
aforesaid, as the same is above described and the premises hereby
granted mentioned or intended so to be with the appurtenances unto the
aforesaid Nicholas Bucher the younger unto his Heirs and Assigns to the
only proper use benefit and behoof of the said Nicholas Bucher the
younger his heirs and assigns forever, Under and subject to the payment
of a proportionable part of the residue of the purchase money and
interest now due and hereafter to come due and payable on the same to
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or to the Lord or Lords of the fee
thereof, And the said Nicholas Bucher the elder for himself or his heirs
doth covenant promise and grant to and with the said Nicholas Bucher the
younger and his heirs and assigns by these presents that the said
Nicholas Bucher the elder and his heirs the said described tract or
parcel of land hereby bargained and sold with the appurtenances unto the
said Nicholas Bucher the younger his heirs and assigns, against him the
said Nicholas Bucher the elder and his heirs and against all and every
person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming the same or any part
thereof by from or under him or them or any or either of them shall and
will Warrant and forever defend by these presents, In Witness whereof
the said parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and
seals dated the day and year first above written.

Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
her
Henry Danner, Elisabeth X Danner
mark

Received on the day of the date of the above Indentures of the above
named Nicholas Bucher the Younger the sum of five hundred and twenty
five pounds lawful money in full for the consideration money above
mentioned, received by me________

her
Witnesses present at signing Henry Danner, Elisabeth X Danner
mark

York County SS On the third day of April Anno Domini one thousand eight
hundred and five Before me subscriber one of the Judges of the Court of
Common pleas for said County personally came the above named Nicholas
Bucher the elder the above named grantor and Widower, and acknowledged
the above Indenture to be his act and deed and desired that the same
might be recorded according to law, In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and seal the day and year above said.____

Jacob Rudisell
Seal

A true copy taken from and compared with the Original at York the 20th
day of April AD 1805
Nicholas Bucher Senr Jos Barnitz Recorder
Nicholas Bucher Junr


Nicholas married Anna Baer, daughter of Christian Bear and Elizabeth Danner. (Anna Baer was born on 16 Mar 1757 in Fredericksburg, Lebanon, PA,12 died on 16 Mar 1799 in Heidelberg Twp., York, PA 6 12 and was buried in Penn Twp.: Bucher Burial Ground, York, PA 6 12.)

  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. They have conflicting marriage information of Alt. Marriage and 1778. York Co., PA


Nicholas next married Barbara Garber. (Barbara Garber was born on 27 Apr 1766 in , York, PA 3 and died on 25 Dec 1839 in , , PA 3.)


Sources


1 Egle, William Henry, 1830-1901, <i>History of the Counties of Dauphin and Lebanon in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania : Geographical and Genealogical</i> (Philadelphia : Everts & Peck, 1883
360 p., 63 p. of plates : ill., maps), Page 236.

2 <i>Rev. Jacob Lischy's Private Pastoral Record. Pastor of York, Crentz Creek, Conewago and Berndian, York County, 1744-1769</i> (Copied August 1921 by Rev. John Hinke. FHC Microfilm 0020357).

3 Floyd R. & Kathryn Garst Mason, <i>Niclous Garber Family Record</i> (Bridgewater, VA. 1997, 310 pages.), Page 10, 18.

4 Wright, F. Edward and Bates, Marlene S, <i>York County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the Eighteenth Century</i> (Westminster, MD Family Line Publications 1991), Page 226.

5 <i>Find A Grave</i>, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11493550.

6 <i>Bucher Burial Grounds, Penn Township, York County, Pennsylvania</i> (http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/pa/york/cemet.htm).

7 Egle, William Henry, editor, <i>Pennsylvania Archives: Third Series</i> (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State printer, 1894-99. Description v. pl., maps. 22 cm.), Vol. XXI; Provincial Papers: Pages as noted in text.

8 Montgomery, Thomas Lynch, editor, <i>Pennsylvania Archives: Sixth Series</i> (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State printer, 1906-1907.), Vol. III, page 1468.

9 <i>1800 United States Census</i>, Pennsylvania, York County, Manheim Township, Roll 44 Book 1, Page 1351.

10 <i>York County Courthouse, Pennsylvania</i>, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~peppler/maryland/york_1801.html.

11 <i>York County Courthouse, Pennsylvania</i>, York County PA Land records Book 2R pages 400, 401, 402, 403, 404. Source: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/york/land/buch0001.txt
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12 <i>Find A Grave</i>, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11493502.



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