Birth22 Dec 1781, probably Berks County, Pennsylvania2763, p. 19.
Christening14 Apr 1782, by Rev. T. F. Illing, Berks County, Pennsylvania2763, p. 19. Age: <1
Deathbef 26 Dec 1817, Brandywine Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania1403 Age: 36
MilitaryWar of 1812, Company C, 3 Regiment (Le Fevre's) Pennsylvania Militia.1715
FatherHenry CLEVENSTINE (-~1805)
Notes for Henry CLEVENSTINE

1781 Birth:2763, p. 19. Recorded by the Rev. Traugott Frederick Illing, who served at Forest Lutheran Church (Plow) from 1781 to 1798: Henry Kliebenstein, s. of Henry and Catherine Kliebenstein, b. Dec. 22, 1781; bap. April 14, 1782; witnesses, Henry and Elizabeth Liduog.

1801 Baptism of Child:204, transcript, p. 6; photocopy, p. 7. Carl Klebenstein born 4 November 1801, baptized 8 August 1802 to parents Henrich Klebenstein and Cathar. Witnessed by Carl Still and Margar; with the records of Robeson Church. [Note: While it is possible Carl was the son of Henry Clevenstine, the immigrant, it is more like that Carl was his grandson. While further research is needed, Carl was not listed as a surviving child in immigrant Henry Clevenstine’s 1805 estate.]

1814 Military Service:1080, p. 545-546. Private Henry Clevenstine listed in "payroll of a company of militia commanded by Capt. Robert Wilson, of the Fifth Battalion, Second brigade, performing a tour of duty under the command of Major McFarland, rendezvoused at York, under general order of the Governor dated 26th August 1814. Commencement of service, September 8, 1814."

1814 Military Service:1715 Henry Clevenstine promoted to Sergeant in Capt. Robert Wilson's Company of Infantry, Third Regiment, Company C, Pennsylvania Militia. Discharged, 5 December 1814, in Baltimore.

Death Before 1817:1403 On 26 December 1817, John Clevenstine, Jacob Still, John Emery, and David Steitler, are granted $1,600 bond to administer the estate of "Henry Clevenstine, late of the Township of Brandywine."

1818 Guardianship of Children:769 On 3 February 1818, John Clevenstine petitioned the Court of Common Pleas of Chester County, Pennsylvania, to appoint Charles Still Jun. of Vincent Township as guardian of the minor children of Henry Clevenstine, late of the township of Brandy Wine in the County of Chester. The children, all under the age of fourteen, are Hannah, John, Jacob, and David Clevenstine.

1818 Debt Notice:768 All persons indebted to the estate of Henry Clevenstine, late of the township of Brandywine, Chester County, deceased, either by note, book account, or wothewise are requested to come forward and discharge the same before the 15th of May next; after that date the demands will be placed in the hand of a magistrate for collection. Those having demands against said estate requested to present them properly attested for settlement to John Clevenstine, Jacob Still, Adm. April 7, 1818. (Handwritten note: AR 4.7.1818)

1818 Debt Notice:768 Last Notice. All persons indebted to the estate of Henry Clevenstine, late of the township of Brandywine, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment; and those having demands, are requested to present them for settlement before the 25th of December next, to John Clevenstine, Jacob Still, Adm. Dec. 1, 1818. (Handwritten note: A.R. 12.1.1818)
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