Hermann MENGEL died before 1740 Stadecken,1 (now) Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.
  He married:
Anna Margaretha born about Jan. 1667;1 bur. 9 Oct. 1740 Gönnheim1

  They are probably the parents of:

Johann Wilhelm MENGEL was born about 17115 (Stadecken?), (now)
  Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.  He died after 177814 and before 27 Apr. 1780
  in Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA when his will was probated.3  
  His first wife was Anna Sara and he secondly married at Gönnheim on
  1 Oct. 1749 to Anna Catharina, the widow of the deceased Conrad STAMM
  of Biebelnheim.1 She had married at Biebelnheim on 24 Apr. 1743 as
  Catharina, the daughter of Stephan HIRSCHNERS of Stadecken to Conrad STAMM
  as his second wife.4 Stadecken is about 8 miles north of Biebelnheim.
  She was living as of 1781.14
  
  Wilhelm's first appearance at Gönnheim was for the burial of his daughter
  in 1740. The only earlier mention of MENGEL in the Gönnheim records was a
  month earlier when Anna Margaretha, age 73 years, nine months, less quite
  a few days, the surviving widow of Hermann MENGEL, former citizen and
  inhabitant of Stadecken was buried.  It would seem likley that Anna
  Margaretha was Wilhelm's mother, and that they had only recently moved
  to Gönnheim.  
  
  In 1753 the Schultheiß and gericht at Gönnheim reported that Wilhelm MENGEL
  and Johann Georg BECKER with their wives and chidren had moved to Pennsylvania
  without approval, as they were having to account for why no departure taxes
  had been collected.6  Both men were adjacent signers as having arrived on the
  ship Peggy on 24 Sep. 1753 at Philadelphia.5
  
Biographical information on Wilhelm MENGEL.

William MENGEL and Anna Sara had children:
1. Christina MENGEL b. Oct. 1739; bur. 17 Nov. 1740 Gönnheim, 
   Rheinland-Pfalz1
2. Anna Dorothea MENGEL b. 30 Dec. 1741 Gönnheim;1 bur. 21 Aug. 1747;57

William's first wife Sara was buried on 11 Feb. 1749 at Meckenheim, which is about 6.3 km
from Gönnheim.

William MENGEL and Catharina3 HIRSCHNERS had children:
1. Johann Oswald MENGEL bap. 14 Oct. 1750 Gönnheim2
2. Frederick3 MENGEL living 1773
3. John George3 MENGEL b. say 1757; m. Catharine Süss8 24 Dec.
   1782;7 died before 28 Mar. 1792 Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA9
4. John3 MENGEL/MINGLE b. say 1760; m. Jane "Jenny";10 d. between 10 Apr.
   1801;11 and 12 Oct. 1802 Wythe Co., VA12
5. Catharina?  b. say 1762; m. Peter BACH 28 May 17827

Anna Catharina HIRSCHNERS, as the daughter of Stephan of Stadecken
  married first on 24 Apr. 1743 Biebelnheim to 
Johann Conrad STAMM; he b. Jan. 1713 Biebelnheim, son of 
   Martin STAMM and Maria Margaretha WOLFFEN;4 he m.1 Anna Catharina 
   SCHMITT;4 he died 2 Apr. 1748 Biebelnheim4

Conrad STAMM and Catharina HIRSCHNERS had children:
1. Johannes STAMM3 b. 2 Sep. 1744 Biebelnheim;4 m. Barbara;13 living 178114
2. Johann Wilhelm STAMM b. 19 Nov. 1746 Biebelnheim4
3. Maria Catharina STAMM b. 28 Oct. 1747 Biebelnheim; bur. 15 Dec. 
   1748 Biebelnheim4

John MINGLE was part of a migration of several families from the Lancsater
Co., PA area to Wythe Co., VA.  These families inclued PHILIPI, EICHELBERGER,
KOPPENHOFFER, BRANSTETTER, COLLUP, WAMPLER, and KINSER. Members of some of 
these same familes were involved in PA records with John's brother George.
Biographical information on John MINGLE.

John MENGEL/MINGLE and Jane had children, all born Wythe Co., VA:
1. Jenny MINGLE b. say 1787; m. John WEITZELL 22 Oct. 180715
2. John MINGLE b. before 1794;16 living 181516
3. George MINGLE(S)40 b. 1790-1800;19 m. Mary LEWIS 17 Jan. 1819;20 died between
   4 June 183421 and 6 Aug. 183520 Harrison Co., IN
4. William MINGLE(S) b. 1790-1800;17 m.1 Margaret KEGLEY 17 Aug. 1820;15 m.2.
   Rebecca KEGLEY39 by 1829;22 d. between 184018 and 184637 Blount Co., TN
5. Elizabeth "Betsey" MINGLE b. say 1795; m. Joseph GREEN 21 Aug. 1814;15
   d. before 1829 Wythe Co., VA22
6. Joseph MINGLE12 bap. 17 Mar. 1797;10 m. Sarah "Sally" BONDS 2 June 1825;23
   d. 184038-185028 Cannon Co., TN
7. Mary "Polly" MINGLE12 b. ca. 1800;24 living 187024

George MINGLES and Mary LEWIS had children, all born Harrison Co., IN
1. Jane25 MINGLES b. ca. 181842/1820;26 m. William P. T. BRILES25 7 Apr. 1842;20
   d. 15 April 1888 Burlington, Des Moines Co., IA; bur. Keithsburg, Mercer Co., IL50
2. Elizabeth25 MINGLES b. ca. 1820; living 184925
3. John25 MINGLES b. 4 Nov. 1822;27 m.1. Mary WAID 23 Dec. 1845;20 m.2.
   Mrs. Minerva29 CALL 19 Dec. 1870;45 d. 31 Oct. 1901;27
   bur. Greenmound Cem., Keithsburg, Mercer Co., IL27,51
4. Margaret25 MINGLES b. ca. 1824;52 unmarried, living in Mercer Co., IL
   in 1880 with brother Henry54
5. Susannah25 MINGLES b. ca. 1826;29,52,53 m.1. James H. CURTZ 19 Dec. 1847;20
   m.2. George Nelson GREEN 30 July 1854;45 d. 188029-190046  Mercer Co., IL
6. Mahala25 MINGLES b. 22 May 1828;30,31 m. Jesse AMY25 22 June 1845;30
   d. 12 Mar. 1910;31 bur. Kirk, Yuma Co., Colo.49
7. Rebecca25 MINGLES b. 1 July 1830;55 Samuel PANGBURN m. 1 Dec. 1850;45
   d. 16 Aug. 1891 Calhoun Co., Iowa; bur. Cedar Cem., Rinard, Calhoun Co.55
8. George25 MINGLES b. ca. 1834;32 living 187043
9. Henry Peter25 MINGLES b. Jan. 183533 Harrison Co., IN; m.
   Sarah Catherine HAMMERSLY 24 Aug. 1859;34 living 190033

Mary LEWIS m.2. 6 Aug. 1835 Ephriam BRILES Harrison Co., IN;20
   she d. between 2 Aug. 1843 and 27 July 184520 Harrison Co., IN;
 children born in Harrison Co., IN:
1. Mary Magdalena BRILES b. 23 Apr. 1837;36 m.1. Allen AMY 29 Mar. 1854;20
   m.2. William A. PETERS 23 Mar. 1883;20 m.3. David COLE 17 Apr. 1898;20
   d. 12 Apr. 193436 Bruceville, Knox Co., Ind., bur. Cedar Hill Cem.,
   Harrison Co., Ind.47,48
2. Barbara Ellen BRILES b. 20 Apr. 1839;41 m. Harlston Funk 10 June 1860;20 
   d. 16 Mar. 1864; bur. Ripperdan-Sonner Cem., Harrison Co., IN41
3. Lewis BRILES b. 2 Aug. 1843;35,56 m. Martha Jane HOGAN 29 Aug. 186920
   d. 10 July 1919;56 bur. Chariton Cem., Chariton, Lucas Co., Iowa44,56

1. Evangelisch-Reformierte Kirche Gönnheim, FHL microfilm 0,247,601. 2. Evangelisch-Reformierte Kirche Gönnheim, FHL microfilm 0,193,867. 3. William Mengel will, Lancaster Co., PA wills D:138-139. William Mengel will transcription. 4. Evangelisch Kirche Biebelnheim, FHL microfilm 1,474,810. 5. 1. Ralph Beaver Strassburger and William John Hinke, Pennsylvania German Pioneers, (Norristown, PA: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934), Vol. 1, pp. 545, 547, 549 Signature: Vol. 2, p. 648. 6. Oberamtsprotokollern (Jahrgang 1753) des Oberamts Neustadt, p. 272 at Landesarchiv Speyer, Postfach 1608, 67326 Speyer, Germany. 7. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church register, Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA, Vol. 3, unpaginated. FHL microfilm 0,021,450. Note: Catharine was listed as of Warwick Twp., and single, so she was not William's widow. 8. Emanual Sees [Süss] will, Will Book F, pp. 336-337. 9. Lancaster Co., PA 1791-1796 Orphans Court book, pp. 44-45. 10. Mary B. Kegley, St. Paul Lutheran Church Wythe County, Virginia: Annotated Baptismal Records 1793-1833, (Wytheville, VA: Kegley Books, 1991), 17. 11. Wythe Co, VA personal property tax lists, 1801B, p. 32. 12. Wythe Co., VA 1801-1805 court order book, unpaginated 12 Oct. 1802 court. Joseph Mingle and Polly Mingle orphans of John Mingle decd. to be bound by the overseers of the poor. 13. White Oaks Congregation, Lancaster Co., PA, church book: 41, 43, 51, FHL microfilm 1,433,081, item 7. 14. Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA, tax lists. 1778 William Mengel. 1781 John Stam. 1781 Widow Mengel. 15. Wythe Co., VA marriage records, unpaginated, FHL microfilm 0,034,254. 16. Wythe Co., VA 1812-1815 court order book, pp. 287-288. 14 Feb. 1815 A call court on 28 Jan. for the examination of John Mingle charged with feloniously taking a whiskey cagg containing about 5 quarts of whiskey out of George Kinser Junr. wagon at or near the dwelling house of Peter Kinser either about the last of Oct. or first of Nov. 1814, which court failed to meet doth now proceed to trial of this offense. The prisoner appeared in discharge of his Recognizance whereupon sundry witnesses were sworn and examind and the prisoner heard in his defense it is considered by the Court that he be acquitted and discharged. 17. 1830 Wythe Co., VA census, William Mingle household, p. 344. William age 30-40. 18. 1840 Blount Co., VA census, William Mingle household, p. 59. 19. 1830 Harrison Co., IN census, George Mingle household, p. 93. George age 30-40. 20. Harrison Co., IN marriage records, 1817-1832 book A, FHL microfilm 0,549,383. George Mingles-Mary Lewis p. 20-21. 1832-1846 book A, FHL microfilm 0,549,383. Ephraim Briles- Mary Mingles p. 47. William P. T. Briles-Jane Mingles p. 141. Jesse Amy-Mahala Mingles p. 190. Note: The license was issued on 21 June. The certification is the marriage occurred on 12 (sic) June. Source 30 gives the date as 22 June. Ephraim Briles-Mary Coffman, widow of Wm Coffman p. 191. John Mingles-Mary Waid p. 198. 1846-1852 book B, FHL microfilm 0,549,384. James H. Curtz-Susannah Mingles, unpaginated, entry 149 for 1847. 1859-1866 Marriage Record, FHL microfilm 1,404,751 Harlston Funk-Barbary E. Briles, p. 99. 1859-1866 book B, FHL microfilm 0,549,384. Record F, 1866-1871, FHL microfilm 1,404,869. Lewis Briles-Martha Jane Hogan, p. 375. Record J, 1882-1885, FHL microfilm 1,404,870 William A. Peter-Mary M. Amy, p. 161. Record N, 1895-1898, FHL microfilm 1,404,872. David Cole-Mary M. Peters, p. 550. 21. Harrison Co., IN deeds H:194, FHL microfilm 1404879. 22. Wythe Co., VA 1826-1829 court order book, pp. 516-519. At a court of Oyer and Terminer 20 June 1829 for the trial of Gabreil, a Negro man slave the property of Peter Kincer charged with on or about 17 April having committed or attempted to commit a rape on Rosanna Green, a white girl. Said Gabriel pleaded not guilty. The opinion of the court is he is guilty and to hanged by the neck until he be dead on Friday 7 Aug. at two in the afternoon. Following testimoney was given. Rosanna Green stated she was in the barn on the hay loft where she had been sent by Mrs. Kincer to hunt for eggs when Gabriel took hold of her and put his hand on her mouth and carried her to the end of the barn, threw her down on the hay and with his other had unbuttoned his breeches and attempted to have his will of her but did not succeed, that she told a negro woman named Rachel belonging to Peter Kincer. She stated she is upwards of 11 years old, her father and mother are both dead, and she lives with Peter Kincer & wife whom she calls father and mother and when examined before George W. Davis, Esqr. who issued the warrant for apprenhending Gabriel she then said the prisoner had succeeded in committing the act that she then thought so but was better informed afterwards from a conversation with Mrs. Kincer and that there was something upon her resembling the white of an egg after the attempt on the part of the prisoner. Rachel a slave the property of Peter Kincer says that some time ago Rosanna Green came to her and told her that if mamma (meaning Mrs. Kincer) did not make Gabriel let her alone he would not like it, the witness asked said Rosanna what Gabriel had done who stated that Gabriel had tried to have to do with her in the hay loft she appeared angry but afterwards got in a good humour, her hair was not rumpled, she was not crying. The witness examined the linen of the said Rosanna, it was some what stained, the stain had the appearance of milk, she considers the said Rosanna Green to be a girl of bad character, having heard from a girl in the neighbourhood say the said Rosanna had behaved badly with a black boy. Milly a slave the property of Peter Kincer sayd that on the Friday before Easter, Rosanna Green told the witness that Gabriel had to have do with her in the hay loft, that she had stains on her linen which had the appearance of milk, witness saw the same appearance on the linen last week, the witness said the said Rosanna is in the habit of telling stories both in family and the neighbourhood and it is said by the neighbours that the said Rosanna is not virtuous. Solomon Kegley says he was at the house of Peter Kincer on the day when Rosanna Green charged the prisoner and heard Rosanna Green say that the prisoner had threatened to kill her if she told. Peter Kincer says that on the Friday before Easter he was told by one the of negro women that Rosanna Green had charged the prisoner with treating her badly and that the witness was drinking at the time of hearing it and became mad, irritated and threatened to kill the prisoner and had never heard of a charge of a similar nature made against the prisoner who he has owned for about 14 years, he being now about 40 years old, that he has raised Rosanna Green and considers her to be a girl of bad character, telling lies and making mischief in the neighbourhood and that the brother of the witness who raised the prisoner had given him a good character witness for the prisoner. Catharine Kincer says she was at the house when Rosanna Green returned from the barn on Good Friday having been sent there to get eggs, that when she came to the house she saw nothing in her appearance uncommon that the said Rosanna Green is a girl of bad character, as a black guard, and in the habit of telling stories. That she heard the witness tell her story before the magistrate and that she told the same story except before the magistrate she stated that the prisoner succeeded in his attempt. Joseph Atkins says he has been acquainted with Rosanna Green for some years, she having been raised near the residence of the witness, that he considers her to be a girl of bad character on account of telling lies, that the said Rosanna Green differed in giving her testimony before the magistrate. It has been stated that the said Rosanna Green has had intercourse with a negro boy in the neighbourhood about 6 years old. Alfred Atkins says that on Thursday last he had heard Rosanna Green on being asked by the witnesses mother if she would swear the the same that she had sworn against the prisoner if she had it to do again say that she would not. Lewellen Rice says that Rosanna Green has been a scholar at the school taught by the witness and considers her to have a bad character as a girl of truth. John Killinger says that he asked Rosanna Green if the prisoner did or did not, she answered he did not. William Mingle says that he is the uncle of Rosanna Green and applied to the Justice for a warrant against the prisoner that Catharine Kincer appeared very angry with the witness for having done so, and said it would break them up; the witness is the brother in law of the said Catharine Kincer. 23. Wilson Co., TN marriage bonds and licenses, 1825. License back. 24. 1870 Wythe Co., VA census, Mary Mingle household, p. 489A. Mary age 70. 25. Harrison Co., IN deeds U:459-460, FHL microfilm 1,404,884. 26. 1860 Mercer Co., IL census, William Briles household, p. 11. 27. John Mingles death certificate, Mercer Co, IL, cert. no. 1560. Calculated birth, age 78y, 11, 27 days at death. 28. 1850 Cannon Co., TN census, Sarah Mingles household, p. 441. Sarah head of household. 29. 1880 Mercer Co., IL census, Nelson Green household, p. 309D. 30. Fielding Amy family records (Bible?) formerly in possession of Betsy Amy Smith of Olney Spring, Colo, (now deceased). Current location of original unknown. 31. Mahala Mingles obituary, Kit Carson County Record, 17 March 1910. 32. 1860 Harrison Co., IN census, Jesse Amy household, p. 61. 33. 1900 Calhoun Co., Iowa census, Winfield S. Black household, p. 122B. 34. Clark Co., MO 1856-1872 marriage book: 101. Henry P. Mangles-Sarah C. Hammersley 35. Letter from Harriet Briles, New Palestine, Ind. to Fredric Z. Saunders. 36. Allen Amy family Bible, in possession (1996) of Freda Nale, Jeffersonville, Ind. 37. 1846 Blount Co., TN tax list, Rebecca Mingle listed with 140 acres. 38. 1840 Cannon Co., TN census, Joseph Mingle household, p. 113. 39. George Kegley will, Wythe Co, VA, Will Book 6, pp. 170-171. Heirs include Catharine Kinser and Rebekey Mingle. 40. Wythe Co., VA 1805-1808 court order book, p. 100. 14 Oct. 1806 Order to bind out George Mingle infant son of Jane Mingle. 41. Barbara E. Funk headstone, Ripperdan-Sonner Cem., Harrison Co., IN. 42. 1870 Henderson Co., IL census, William Briles household, p. 130A. 43. 1870 Mercer Co., IL census, Samuel L. Long household, p. 222B. 44. Lewis Briles headstone, Chariton Cem., Chariton, Lucas Co., Iowa. 45. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index. 46. 1900 Mercer Co., IL census, George N. Green household, p. 54A. George Green listed as widowed. 47. Mary Magdalene Cole Obituary, clipping hand dated 18 Apr. 1934, Corydon Democrat,? Corydon, Ind., jpg image from Harrison County Library. 48. Mary M. Cole headstone, Cedar Hill Cem., Corydon, Harrison Co., Ind. 49. Mahala Amy headstone Kirk Cemetery, Kirk, Yuma Co., Coloardo. 50. State of Iowa, Physician's Certificate of Death, Jane Briles certificate 264, (alphabetical), FHL Microfilm 1674970. Died 15 April 1888, age 69, born in Indiana. Buried 17 April 1888 Keithsburg, Illinois. 51. John Mingles headstone, Greenmound Cem., Keithsburg, Mercer Co., IL. 52. 1860 Mercer Co., IL census, Nelson Green household, p. 138. 53. 1870 Mercer Co., IL census, Nelson Green household, p. 221A. 54. 1870 Mercer Co., IL census, Henrey Mingles household, p. 221A. 55. Rebecca Pangburn headstone, Cedar Cem., Rinard, Calhoun Co., Iowa. 56. Louis Briles death certificate 57. Meckenheim (BA. Neustadt), Germany, 1650-1750 book, FHL Microfilm 193045. p. 90 21 Aug. 1747 Anna Dorothea, daughter of Wilhelm Mengel and wife Sara buried, age 5 years, 7 months, 2 weeks, 4 days p. 92 11 Feb. 1749 William Mengel's wife Sara buried

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