|Anton Lindemuth was born in 1600 in Boedgiheim, Baden, (Germany) Roman Empire. He married unknown in 1628. Anton died before October 1653 in Boedigheim, (Germany) Roman Empire. The couple had a son, Georg Lindemuth, born about 1630.|
|Georg Lindemuth was born about 1630 in Boedigheim, Baden (Germany) Roman Empire. He married Anne Mueller in Boedigheim, (Germany) Romn Empire[Christ Church]. Died: inknown. Georg and Anne had a son, Georg Lindemuth who was born in 1662.|
|Georg Lindemuth was born in 1662 in Boedgiheim, Baden, Germany. He married Anna Catharina Baurmann 23 November 1680. Anna Catharina was born 18 December 1689 - died 24 December 1732. She was the daughter of Sebastian and Magdelena Baurerman. George Lindemuth died 25 May 1729.|
|Georg Lindemuth was born
Baden Germany on 12 June 1709. married
Maria Anna Drach in Boedgiheim,
Baden Germany on
13 January 1733. Georg and family arrived to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania British Colony, on Sunday,
September 19, 1749, having traveled from Rotterdam and Cowes, England
on the ship, Patience, captained by Hugh Steel. Also on the
were first cousins, Georg Ludwig Lindemuth, born 2 November 1716, son Johann Georg Lindemuth, born 26 February 1688 and Regina
Muellia. His first wife, Barbara Keller died in Germany.
Georg Lindemuth and Maria Anna Drach's children were:
Information about Georg's brother, John Michael a Revolutionary War Colonel, will be forth comming.
Johann Georg's brother, Georg Henrich Lindemuth (George Henry Lindamood), was among the signers, 24 April 1752, for an abstract of land with John Painter, Ulrick Myers and 13 others who signed a petition to Thomas Lord Fairfax requesting a warrant to survey 400 acres of land upon which the "Dutch chappel" or Zion Church had been erected. The request was granted. The request was signed by George Anmon, Johann Banawitz (Pennywitt), Johann Bender (Painter), Nikolaus Cuntz, Christian Dellinger, Adolpj, Markus Eller, Carl Fischer, Frederick Fischer, Frederick Fischer Jr., Michael Hahnlein, Georg Lindemuth, Georg Maurer, Johannes Mavis, Ulrich Myer, and Martin Roller. The land, at that time in Augusta County, Virginia.
Johann Georg Lindemuth married Maria Kelchner, daughter of George Michael and Elizabeth Stapleton Kelchner . Their children were
Georg Heinrich* born 29 August 1760 in Shenandaoh County, Virginia.
Johann (my ancestor ), was about 1764 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.
Johann Georg Lindemuth died when Johann was nine years old and Georg was twelve. The two boys inherited about 400 acres of land in Shenandoah County, Virginia. Georg Heinrich Lindemuth (Thunder George) remained in Shenandoah County, Virginia and married Mary Magdelene Blessing, daughter of Jacob Blessing. George stayed in Shenandoah after Johann went to Wythe County, Virginia . Years later, Georg and his family moved to Xenia, Greene County, Ohio. The trip was so difficult. Georg died shortly after arriving, 25 December, 1837. He is buried in Woodland Cemetery, Xenia, Green County, Ohio.
Mary Magdalene Lindamood, 10 June 1781, Shenandoah County, Virginia.
Lindemuth, daughter of Johann Lindamood and Mary Magdalene Lindermuth, was born Shenandoah County, Virginia 13, April
1786 and died in 1825 in Wythe County, Virginia. Catharina married
Phillip Knipp, a son of Verner
had two daughters,
married 12 January 1847 Wythe County, Virginia to Amos Privett.
Susan Carrie Privette born 10 March 1851 Washington County, Virginia, a British Colony, married James Ervin Clifton in February 1876 Washington County, Virginia. Susan died 12 February 1901 and is interred at Garrett Cemetery. James Ervin married a second time to Nancy Bott. James E. Clifton is also interred at Garrett Cemetery, near Abingdon, Virginia.
1Claude Granville Clifton married Nuni Carrie St. John daughter of Andrew David and Julianna Dye St. John. Claude and Nuni's children: Buford James, Juanita and Eldridge. Claude Granville and Nuni Carrie St. John Clifton are interred at Forest Hills Memorial Gardens near Abingdon, Virginia. For more information about the Clifton line follow this link.
Buford James Clifton was born 24 May 1913 in Greendale, Virginia. He married Volga Farley, 20 April 1935 in Welch, West Virginia. They had one son, Lassister Neale Clifton. Volga Farley Clifton died 5 November 1965 in Portsmouth, Virginia and is interred at Olive Branch Cemetery in Portsmouth. Buford James Clifton died 5 July 1981 in Portsmouth Virginia and is interred at Olive Branch Cemetery in Portsmouth, Virginia.
in Welch, West Virgnia and married
Carol Williams in Sarasota Florida. They had two
children: Lassister Neale, Jr. and Debra Lynn.
For more information see : Knipp and Clifton
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