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Hans Jacob KunckelAge: 82 years16301712

Name
Hans Jacob Kunckel
Given names
Hans Jacob
Surname
Kunckel
Birth about 1630 35 30
Death of a paternal grandmotherElisabeth Christina Houser
1633 (Age 3 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherJohannes Jurg Kunckel
1640 (Age 10 years)
Death of a fatherJohan Georg Kunckel
1645 (Age 15 years)
MarriageElisabeth IckusView this family
about 1655 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Johann Sebastian Kunkel
February 18, 1675 (Age 45 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Hans Nikolaus Kunckel
March 20, 1677 (Age 47 years)
Marriage of a childJohann Sebastian KunkelAnna Catharina SamerView this family
January 29, 1700 (Age 70 years)
Marriage of a childHans Nikolaus KunckelElisabeth SteigerwaldView this family
January 30, 1703 (Age 73 years)
Death April 1712 (Age 82 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1620Germany
11 years
himself
Family with Elisabeth Ickus - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1655Lohrhaupten, Geinhausen, Germany
22 years
son
-2 years
son

Shared note

"Hans Jacob Kunkel, listed in church records as a Carpenter, and a Juror of Flörsbach. This town is located approximately 30 miles east of Frankfurt, AM, Germany. A MAP was reprinted in the SPINDLE newsletter that shows the town of Flörsbach, Germany, just east of Frankfurt. Volume II, No. 3, July 1996, page 67.

These Family records was researched by Heinrich P. GÖBEL, of Steingarten--3, D63584, Grundau - Breitenborn, Germany, in 1994, in the Parish register in Kempfenbrunn, Germany, and in the church records of Lohrhaupten Evangelical church. Paid for by the compiler of these records, James Erwin Kunkle, Denver, Colorado.

From a Germany researcher, 'Heinrich P. Göbel', a historian and genealogist in Grundau-Breitenborn, Germany, reports that he has found records going back to the middle 1300's showing Kunkel families that lived in the Spessart Mountain area. The Kunkel family were one of the oldest known glass-making families in this area. From Göbel reports that during the 30 year war (1618 - 1648) the country and people practically died out. The only Kunkel records found prior to 1600 was all centered about 30 miles North, East and South of Frankfort, Germany, and back to the middle 1300's. Many church records in most places were not started again until the 1650's. (Notes: Wording from Christina Hoffman and Bob Rowland - December 2000)." (Kunkel Descendants, Vol 1, p 5-6, see sources).

Children: Jacob b1658, Johann Michael b 1665, Johann Sebastian b 1675, Johann Nikolas b1677, Johann Martin b 1679 and Hans Adam b 1682

Shared note

(Research):from http://www-personal.umich.edu/~bobwolfe/gen/mn/m6404x6405.htm