Spangler-Kenney Immigrant Ancestors, pt. 2

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We are a nation of immigrants. Most of us descend from others who came to this land whether by their own volition or against their will. With this in mind, I will be documenting all the known immigrant ancestors for both my family and my spouse’s family. This is eighth installment of this series.

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Now that I have documented the known immigrant ancestors of my husband’s Spangler side, I will now move to the Kenney side of the Spangler-Kenney line. Although there are considerably less known immigrants here, you will see quite a few overlaps with the Spangler immigrants mentioned in my previous post.

The most recent known immigrant ancestor for this branch is John Broughman, 5th great-grandfather, born 21 Jul 1771 in Scotland.

Next up are Margaret Salome Dinkel, 6th great-grandmother (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 6 Apr 1736 in Germany and her parents Johann Daniel Dinkel, 7th great-grandfather (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born in Strasburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany and his wife Maria Ursula Von Ernst, 7th great-grandmother (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 2 Apr 1713 in Colmar, Haut-Rhin, Alsace, France.

Other immigrant ancestors from that generation include Hans Casper Spengler, 7th great-grandfather (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 20 Jan 1684 in Weiler, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and his wife Judith Ziegler, 7th great-grandmother (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 12 May 1686 in Weiler, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

James Kenney, 8th great-grandfather, born about 1703 in Northern Ireland; Johannes Kemper, 8th great-grandfather (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 1695 in Siegen, Westphalia, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany and his wife Elisabeth Cathrina Otterbach, 8th great-grandmother (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 18 Apr 1697 in Siegen, Siegen-Wittgenstein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany; Jost Cuntze, 8th great-grandfather (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 22 Mar 1674 in Siegen, Westphalia, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany and his wife Anna Gertrud Reinschmidt, 8th great-grandmother (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born about 1687 in Siegen, Westphalia, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

John Barnett, 9th great-grandfather, born 20 May 1678 in Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland and his wife Jeanette Power, 9th great-grandmother of wife born 1682 in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland; and Hermann Otterbach, 9th great-grandfather (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 18 Apr 1697 in Siegen, Siegen-Wittgenstein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany and his wife Elisabeth Heimbach, 9th great-grandmother (through his 3rd great-grandfather Charles D. Spangler), born 1662 in Seelbach, Siegen-Wittgenstein, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, the parents of Alice Catharina Otterback (referenced above).

 

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