NamePaul WOLFF
Deathbef 25 Feb 1775, Robeson Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania1331 Age: 46
Deathbef 13 Aug 1798, Robeson Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania721
ChildrenJacob (1753-~1808)
 Dorotea (~1753-1796)
 Maria Elisabeth (-~1833)
 Mark (1766-1827)
 Anna (<1769-)
Notes for Paul WOLFF

1729 Birth Date:103, v. 1, list 207, p. 559-562. Birth year estimated by age at arrival (24 years) on Ship Hallifax.

1753 Immigration:103, v. 1, list 207, p. 559-562. Johannes Paulus Wolff (age 24) arrived in Philadelphia from Rotterdam on 28 Sep 1753 on the ship Halifax (Thomas Coatam, Master) with 103 German passengers. Johannes Paulus signed both the oath of allegiance and the oath of abjuration with his mark (X).

1768 Tax List, Robeson Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania:1562, (Paul Wolff, p. 150) Paul Wolff listed as owning 40 acres, 1 horse, 1 cow, and no sheep, and who was levied a tax of 2. George and Casper Wolf also listed.

1775 Will:1331 Filed 25 February 1775, Paul Wolff. To wife Anna Elisabetha, my plantation, while a widow. Children, eldest son Jacob, Dorotea, Elisabeth, Marcks and Anna, to have equal shares at their mothers death. Executor: Jacob Hoffman. Witnesses: Solomon Westle, Michael Hoffman. Translation; original written in German.

1776 Notice in The Pennsylvania Gazette:914 27 March 1776, "By virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to public vendue on Friday, the 12th day of April next, at Godfried Raker, junior, Innkeeper, in Tulpehocken town, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, a certain messuage or tenement and tract of land, situate in Bethel township, Berks County, adjoining the land of Paul Wolff, Charles Smith, Christian Bartorff, and others; containing 100 acres, be the same more or less, thereon erected, a log house and barn, and some meadow ground made; late the estate of Valentine Emrich; seized and taken in execution by Henry Vanderslice, Sheriff."
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