Conrad Bucher 1 2 3 4 5
- Born: Bef 1735
- Marriage (1): Anna Elisabeth
- Died: , Adams, PA
It is very possible this Conrad Bucher is the same person as the Conrad Bucher who had a child baptized in 1750 at Trinity Lutheran Church in New Holland, Lancaster Co., PA. See http://www.searchtrees.com/tree/2778.htm
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Noted events in his life were:
1. He appeared as a sponsor at a baptism on 11 Feb 1759 at Latimore Twp.: Lower Bermudian Lutheran Church, Adams, PA. Conradt Bucher and wife Anna Elizabeth were sponsors for the baptism of Anna Elisabeth, b. 5 Feb 1759, of Henrich & Catharina Elisabetha Fuchs.
2. Court: on 3 Apr 1764 in , York, PA. 6 Robert McPherson, Sheriff
Robert McPherson, Esquire, High Sheriff of the County of York in the Province of Pennsylvania. To all to whom these presents shall come. Greetings. WHEREAS George Stevenson, Esquire, lately in the Court of Common Pleas at York County in the term of April last before the Justices of our Lord the King by his present and by the Judgement of the same court recovered against Barbara Hooke and Conrad Bucher, Administrators of all and singular the Goods and Chattel Rights and Credits which were of George Hooke, late of York County, yeoman, deceased, who died intestate, ninety-five pounds, thirteen shillings and one penny lawful money of Pennsylvania and thirty six shillings and nine pence which to the said George in the same court were adjudged for the costs and charges by him about his suit in that behalf _______. And whereas by a writ of ficri factis of our Lord the King Young and of the Court of Common Pleas aforesaid tested the thirtieth day of April last and as the Sheriff directed, I was commanded that of the Goods and Chattels, Land and Tenements of the said George Hooke (Hoke) on these hands of the said Barbara and Conrad on my Bailiwick I showed cause to be made the damages and costs aforesaid and that I should have ______ money before the Justices aforesaid at York _____ the _____ Tuesday of July _____ after the law of the said recited writ to render to the aforesaid George Stevenson of his damages and costs aforesaid and that writ _____ to which day I the said sheriff advised that by virtue of the writ aforesaid to me directed of the lands and tenements of the above named George Hooke I had seized and taken in execution an improvement and tract of land situated in Dover Township in the said County adjoining lands of Martin Risinger (Reisinger), Valentine Hamme (Hamm, Hamma), Michael Berckel and Peter Bansz (Bentz) containing three hundred acres more or less which said improvement and tract remained in my hands unsold for want of a buyer and whereas by Writ of Venditione Exponas of our said Lord the King issuing out of the Court of Common Please aforesaid tested the twenty eighth day of October last and to me the said sheriff directed I was commanded that the improvement and tract of land aforesaid by me taken in execution as aforesaid and there remainig in my hands unsold I should expose to sale and the money thereof I should have before the Justices aforesaid at York aforesaid the last Tuesday of January next after the law of the said last recited Writ to render to the aforesaid George Stevenson of his damages and costs aforesaid which day I the said sheriff returned by virtue of the aforesaid Writ of Venditione Exponas to me directed on Thursday the second day of February last I exposed the improvements and tract of land aforesaid to sale by publick vendue whereas I had caused due notice to be given and the same sold to Philip Wentz of Manchester Township, Taylor, he being the highest bidder for the sum of eighty four pounds and ten shillings which money I had ready before the Justices aforesaid at the day and place in the said Writ of Venditione Exponas mentioned to render to the aforesaid George Stevenson in part of his damages and costs aforesaid as by the said writ I was commanded as by the said Writs and my returns thereon _____ remaining among the files and records of the said Court may appear. NOW KNOW YE that I the said Robert McPherson in consideration of the aforesaid sum of eighty four pounds and ten shillings to me in hand paid by the aforesaid Philip Wentz before the sealing and delivery of_____ _____ _____ the _____ whereas I do hereby acknowledge and _____ and forever discharge the aforesaid Philip Wentz, his executors, administrators and assigns by these presents have granted bargained and sold and by the direction of the said recited writ and by force and virtue thereof and of the laws and constitutions of the Province in that behalf _____ and provided do hereby grant, bargain and sell unto the aforesaid Philip Wentz and to his heirs and assigns all that the aforesaid improvements and tract of lands as the _______ herein before _____ to wit and described bounds and ______ as aforesaid. With all and singular the rights, ____, hereitaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining and also all the estate rights, title and interest whatsoever of him ______ ____ George Hooke in his lifetime and his heirs since his death as in and to the aforesaid improvement tract of land and promises hereby granted, mentioned or intended _____ be and every part thereof with the appurtenances unto the aforesaid Philip Wentz his heirs and assigns to the only use and behalf of the said Philip Wentz his heirs and assigns forever to the ___ _____ effect of the Acts of General Assembly of this Province on such case made and provided subject nevertheless to the payment of the _____ money interest quit rent and other reservations due and to become due rent to be received on the same to the Honorable the _____ or the Province aforesaid their heirs and successors. NOW WITNESS whereas I hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at York the sixth day of February in the fourth yera of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith and in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and sixty four.
Robert McPherson (seal)
Sealed and delivered in the
presence of us.
Received on the 6th day of February 1764 of the above named Philip Wentz the sum of eighty four pounds and ten shillings in full of the consideration money within mentioned.
James Maginley Robert McPherson (seal)
Acknowledged in the Court of Common Pleas held at York for the County of York the twenty seventh day of March Anno Domini 1764 in pursuance of adjournment and a memorandum thereof entered in Court Docket page 200. Witness my hand and seal of the County aforesaid
George Stevenson, Recorder
A true copy compared with the original at York
the 3 April 1764
George Stevenson, Recorder
Summary: It appears that the subject property was foreclosed upon by Robert McPherson, Sheriff. George Stevenson who served as Recorder of Deeds, Register of Wills and Prothonotary of the County from 1749-1764, brought suit against the George Hooke estate for whatever was owed. This document makes clear that Philip Wentz was high bidder at the public sale-vendue. From a copy of a map of Dover Township connecting land warrants--it appears that Geore Hoke applied for the warrant of this property while Philip Wentz later followed with a survey application. This parcel is the present site of Weiglestown Elementary School on the east side of Rte. 74, between York and Dover.
3. He appeared as a sponsor at a baptism on 8 Jun 1766 at Latimore Twp.: Lower Bermudian Reformed Church, Adams, PA. "Conrad Bucher V.D.M." and Maria Magd. Bucher were sponsors for the baptism of Elisabeth, the daughter of Jacob and Eva Bründly.
Conrad married Anna Elisabeth. (Anna Elisabeth died in , Adams, PA.)
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.
<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).
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 233.
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 252.
<i>Adams County Church Records of the 18th Century</i> (Family Line Publications, Westminister, MD 21157. No year.), Page 20.
<i>York County Courthouse, Pennsylvania</i>, Book B, page 291.