128. Michael HEIMBACH was born in 1750 in Pennsylvania.(248) He died on 9 Dec 1837 in Hemlock Twp., Columbia County, PA. (249) Michael, the third son of Peter and Elizabeth who landed in Philadelphia in 1749, was born in Pennsylvania in 1750, according to Military records available, and died December 9, 1837 in Hemlock Township, Columbia County, Pennsylvania. He enlisted as a young man in First Company, Sixth Battalion, Northampton County Militia in 1780 through 1785. Information concerning his wife is lacking but census and other records show he was the father of ten children, three sons and seven daughters, all born in Pennsylvania.
129. unknown. Children were:
i. Phillip HEIMBACH was born in 1788 in prob. Lynn Township, Lehigh County, PA. (250) He died in 1833 in Gennessee County, NY.(251) Phillip married Eva GEIGER. They had seven boys and several daughters. Most of the children were born in Pennsylvania, but the last son, Elias, was born in New York. Phillip and his wife Eva are said to be the antecedents of the Wisconsin Himebaughs and one son who went to Flint and Charlevoix, Michigan.
ii. Catherine HEIMBACH was born in 1790 in Pennsylvania. (252) Catherine married a Mr. CROSLEY. She probably stayed in Pennsylvania.
64 iii. Daniel HIMEBAUGH.
iv. Peter HEIMBACH was born in 1798/99 in Pennsylvania. (253) Some of Peter's children came to Eckford Township, Calhoun County, Michigan
v. Mary HEIMBACH was born in Pennsylvania. Mary married Mr. RISHEL. She probably remained in Pennsylvania.
vi. Jennie HEIMBACH was born in Pennsylvania. Jennie married a Mr. MENSH and it is belived they stayed in Pennsylvania.
vii. Betsy HEIMBACH was born in Pennsylvania. Betsy married a Mr. FRY and possibly remained in Pennsylvania.
viii. Sussana HEIMBACH was born in Pennsylvania. Sussana married a Mr. WEAVER and it is said they moved to Ohio.
ix. Maggie HEIMBACH was born in Pennsylvania. Maggie married a Mr. WEAVER and it is said they moved to Ohio.
x. Rebecca HEIMBACH was born in Pennsylvania. Rebecca married a Mr. WEAVER and it is said they moved to Ohio.
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