Wertenbaker, Ann Marie

Female 1815 - 1886  (71 years)


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  • Name Wertenbaker, Ann Marie  [1, 2, 3
    Alt. Birth 1814 
    Born 1815  New Market, Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    _UID 6990BE4F9BE340BE9E6CACDB63A8145183CA 
    Died 30 Jul 1886  [4
    Buried New Market, Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • New Market Methodist Episcopal
    Person ID I810  Buyer, Stier and Related Families
    Last Modified 14 Oct 2014 

    Father Wertenbaker, William 
    Mother Evit, Susanna 
    _UID 32F61BE6AAB24DCEA259B502896468852CFC 
    Family ID F7041  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Burgess, Washington,   b. 28 Nov 1799, Montgomery Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1857  (Age 57 years) 
    Married 31 Jul 1838  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    _UID 08FB0EA3E4BD4171A0F23799BD7DC847B2B9 
    Children 
     1. Burgess, Elias W.,   b. Abt 1843
     2. Burgess, George Washington,   b. Abt 1848,   d. 1929  (Age ~ 81 years)
     3. Burgess, John,   b. Abt 1850
     4. Burgess, Charles O.
     5. Burgess, Ruth
     6. Burgess, Louis
     7. Burgess, William
    Last Modified 3 Mar 2019 
    Family ID F281  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 1815 - New Market, Frederick Co., MD Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 31 Jul 1838 - Frederick Co., MD Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - New Market, Frederick Co., MD Link to Google Earth
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  • Headstones
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    ann marie wertenbaker grave.jpg

  • Notes 
    • Frederick County, Maryland - Equity Court Abstracts - ES-3

      56-66 - EVITT, NICHOLLS, WERTENBAKER, HAMILTON, ETCHISON, BURGESS,
          KESSLER, BOTELER, SLAVES, PENN - May 1854

      Peter NICHOLLS and wife  vs  Mary EVITT & Others

      Woodward EVITT  d/  (Will 12 Aug 1830; 17 Oct 1830)
      widow - Mary
      (she appears to be a 2nd wife w/ no children by him in Aug 1830)

      d/ Mary  w/o Peter NICHOLLS

      d/ Susannah** (now dec'd) w/o William WERTENBAKER
      .....William WERTENBAKER
      .....George W. E. WERTENBAKER - Out of State
      .....Woodward WERTENBAKER - Out of State
      .....Mary  w/o Thomas ETCHISON
      .....Ann A.  w/o Washington BURGESS - Baltimore City
      .....Catharine  w/o Absalom P. KESSLER

      s/ George W. EVITT * (now dec'd)
      d/ Catharine  w/o John HAMILTON
      s/ Joseph EVITT - Ohio

      SLAVES - negro girls, MARY (to be freed 13 Mar 1834)
      and ELIZA (to be freed 10 Nov 1845) (willed to wife)

      Land - House & Lot, on south side of Turnpike road and adjoined
      Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road Company (life estate to wife.
      - Brick House on Patrick St in Frederick (occupied by James WALLING),
        1/2 lot divided idway between Patrick and Church Streets (to d/ Mary
        NICHOLS)
      - House & Lot on Patrick St in Frederick (from Philip PYFER), presently
        occupied by James WHITEHILL (to d/ Susannah WERTENBAKER)
      - Lands adjoining and east of Monocacy, (to s/ George W. EVITT)
      - Lands north of Planthston Branch (to d/ Catharine HAMILTON)
        (south side to d/ Mary NICHOLLS and Smith Shop on Church St,
        then occupied by David SPRINGLE)
      - Lands adjoining and east of Monocacy (to s/ George W. EVITT and
        d/ Catharine HAMILTON)
      - House on Patrick St in Frederick, then occupied by Stocton & Strokes
        as a stage office (in trust to s/ Joseph EVITT for his minor children)
        also rear portion of ground running back to Church St with brick house,
        then occupied by George W. SHARP as a printing office.

      Exec/ widow; Witnesses:  John KUNKEL, Lewis BIRELY, Edward TRAIL
      and David STEINER

      The widow of Woodward, Mary EVITT, is willing the real estate be sold
      and proceeds to surviving heirs of Woodward.  Mary and Woodward didn't
      have any children together.

      *George W. EVITT of Frederick Town  (Will 22 Oct 1834; 10 Nov 1834)

      - Mary EVITT, wid/o Woodward EVITT (personal and real estate
         except as noted below)

      - Elizabeth PENN - Baltimore City, but was living in Virginia in 1854.
        (Lands lying on south side of Turnpike Road and adjoining the Baltimore
        and Ohio Rail Road, then occupied by Mary EVITT)

      Exec/ Mary EVITT; Witnesses:  John WILLS, William WILLS, N. TURBUTT

      William WERTENBAKER filed for insolvency; his trustee was Michael H. HALLER.
      George W. E. WERTENBAKER filed for insolvency in 1847 in MD and his trustee
      was William WERTENBAKER.

      ** Petition filed 5 Oct 1854 by John E. BOTELER and Ann S. E. BOTELER,
      children of Elias BOTELER, dec'd s/o Susannah WERTENBAKER who claim a
      share of their grandmother's estate and were previously omitted.

      Trustee for sale was Seth H. NICHOLS with sureties as Peter NICHOLS
      and P. H. SINN.

      (Appears to be a flaw in the pages as bottom of page 65 indicates the next
      page is the Report of Sales; however, page 66 appears to be page 2 in the
      next case even though the page numbers seem to corespond.  Perhaps it will
      show up later; will confirm with MSA.)


      Frederick Co, Maryland - Equity Court Abstracts - ES-4

      743-748 - EVITT, NICHOLS, WERTENBAKER, BURGESS, HAMILTON,
      ETCHISON, KESSLER, BOTELER, PENN - May 1855

      Peter NICHOLS & wife  vs  Mary EVITT & Others
      Supplemental of ES-3, 56

      Woodward EVITT, dec'd (Will written 12 Aug 1830)
      widow - Mary (d/ 13 Apr 1857)
      (given house & lots where they lived & to sell upon her death)

      d/ Mary  w/o Peter NICHOLS

      d/ Susanna, dec'd w/o William WERTENBAKER (7 children)
      .......Ann M.  w/o Washington BURGESS - Baltimore city
      ......Woodward E. WERTENBAKER
      ......William WERTENBAKER
      ......G. W. WERTENBAKER
      ......Susanna WERTENBAKER
      ......Mary  w/o Thomas H. ETCHISON
      ......Catharine KESSLER
      ......Elias BOTELER
      ---------John E. BOTELER
      ---------Ann S. E. BOTELER

      s/ George W. EVITT
      d/ Catharine  wid/o John HAMILTON
      s/ Joseph EVITT

      Land - from Henry KEMP, Singleton DUVALL and Lewis BIRELY,
      trustees of George BAIR in 1825; also from Frederick LOCKS
      in 1827.

      Shares purchased by Seth H. NICHOLS from Thomas H. ETCHISON
      & wife, Washington BURGESS & wife and Woodward E. WERTENBAKER
      in 1855.

      Distribution of $3,428.17; court costs $27.43
      - Mary NICHOLS, 1/5 or $680.14
      - Catharine HAMILTON, 1/5 or $680.14
      - Joseph EVITT, 1/5 or $680.14
      - Elizabeth PENN, devisee of G. W. EVITT, 1/5 or $680.14
      - children of Susanna WERTENBAKER, 1/7 of 1/5 or $97.16 each
      .....Michael H. HALLER, trustee of William WERTENBAKER
      .....Seth H. NICHOLS, trustee of G. W. WERTENBAKER
      .....Seth H. NICHOLS, assignee of Woodward WERTENBAKER
      .....Seth H. NICHOLS, assignee of Thomas H. & Mary ETCHISON
      .....Seth H. NICHOLS, assignee of Washington & Ann BURGESS
      .....Catharine KESSLER
      .....children of Elias BOTELER, s/o Susanna WERTENBAKER
      .....................John E. BOTELER, 1/2 of 1/7 of 1/5 or $48.58
      .....................Ann S. E. BOTELER, 1/2 of 1/7 of 1/5 or $48.58
      Closed 24 Aug 1858.

  • Sources 
    1. [S337] International Genealogical Index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch.org).

    2. [S47] Ancestral File, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (familysearch.org), AFN: 1M90-WWH, [Q:3].

    3. [S433] Maryland 1850 Census.

    4. [S517] New Market Methodist Episcopal gravestone.