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Stiers in Colonial Pennsylvania



These are just a few of the sources of information about Stiers in Colonial Pennsylvania. Maybe they can give us a clue as to the origins of Jacob Stier who first appears in Frederick County MD records in 1771.

Colonial Census

1749STIERJACOBPhiladelphia CountyPA Philadelphia PA Early Census IndexPAS1a2996457
1749STIERMATTHEUSPhiladelphia CountyPA Philadelphia PA Early Census IndexPAS1a2996459
1773STIERRUBENPhiladelphia CountyPA Philidelphia PA Early Census IndexPAS1a2996461
1764STIERSEBASTIANPhiladelphia CountyPA Philidelphia PA Early Census IndexPAS1a2996462

Church Records:

Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1744-1801: Tohickon Union Reformed Church
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NameStier, John George
Description: Born
Event: Birth
Date: 16 5 1757
Remarks: 7745

NameStier, John George
Description: Baptized
Event: Baptism
Date: 6 1 1758
Remarks: 7745

NameStier, Matthew
Description: Father
Event: Baptism
Remarks: 7745

NameStier, Maria
Description: Mother
Event: Baptism
Remarks: 7745

Tohickon Union Lutheran Church, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1750-1800

NameStier, Matthias
Description: Sponsor
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Anna Maria
Description: Sponsor
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Elizabeth
Description: Born
Event: Birth

NameStier, Elizabeth
Description: Baptized
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Andrew
Description: Father
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Catharine
Description: Mother
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Andrew
Description: Sponsor
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Catharine
Description: Sponsor
Event: Baptism

NameStier, John Philip
Description: Born
Event: Birth

NameStier, John Philip
Description: Baptized
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Andrew
Description: Father
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Catharine
Description: Mother
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Anna Maria
Description: Born
Event: Birth
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Anna Maria
Description: Baptized
Event: Baptism
Date: 4 October 1795
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Andrew
Description: Father
Event: Baptism
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Catharine
Description: Mother
Event: Baptism

NameStier, Sebastian
Description: Born
Event: Birth
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Sebastian
Description: Baptized
Event: Baptism
Date: 29 October 1797
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Andrew
Description: Father
Event: Baptism
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Catharine
Description: Mother
Event: Baptism
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Henry
Description: Born
Event: Birth
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Henry
Description: Baptized
Event: Baptism
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Nicholas
Description: Father
Event: Baptism
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors.

NameStier, Elizabeth
Description: Mother
Event: Baptism
Remarks: Parents are Sponsors

Philadelphia County Wills

DescriptionGiven NameSurnameResidenceTitleBook PageDateProve Date
DecedentMariaStierPhiladelphiaWidow3:1053 6 180717 2 1810Remarks: Stier, Mary, widow of Jacob Stier. Phila. Inn Keeper. June 3, 1807. Feb 17 & 28, 1810. 3.105. Leaves estate to her five children, by her three husbands, all dec'd, namely: John Wentz, Maria Wentz, Catharine Thunn, Elizabeth Thunn and Jacob Stier. Codicil Jan 19, 1810 bequeaths to Sabina Kursus the possession of Tavern desiring her son Jacob Stier to be under her guardianship. Mentions Landlord Steinmetz. Execs: Charles W. Westphal and Samuel White. Witnesses to codicil: Francis Tremner, Lewis Harmer, Samuel Mecklin.
SonJacobStier  3:1053 6 180717 2 1810Remarks: Stier, Mary, widow of Jacob Stier. Phila. Inn Keeper. June 3, 1807. Feb 17 & 28, 1810. 3.105. Leaves estate to her five children, by her three husbands, all dec'd, namely: John Wentz, Maria Wentz, Catharine Thunn, Elizabeth Thunn and Jacob Stier. Codicil Jan 19, 1810 bequeaths to Sabina Kursus the possession of Tavern desiring her son Jacob Stier to be under her guardianship. Mentions Landlord Steinmetz. Execs: Charles W. Westphal and Samuel White. Witnesses to codicil: Francis Tremner, Lewis Harmer, Samuel Mecklin.
Deceased husbandJacobStierPhiladelphiaInnkeeper3:1053 6 180717 2 1810Remarks: Stier, Mary, widow of Jacob Stier. Phila. Inn Keeper. June 3, 1807. Feb 17 & 28, 1810. 3.105. Leaves estate to her five children, by her three husbands, all dec'd, namely: John Wentz, Maria Wentz, Catharine Thunn, Elizabeth Thunn and Jacob Stier. Codicil Jan 19, 1810 bequeaths to Sabina Kursus the possession of Tavern desiring her son Jacob Stier to be under her guardianship. Mentions Landlord Steinmetz. Execs: Charles W. Westphal and Samuel White. Witnesses to codicil: Francis Tremner, Lewis Harmer, Samuel Mecklin.

Pennsylvania Foreign Oaths of Allegiance

Name: Mattheus Stier,
Ship: FANR. CAPTAIN WILLIAM HYNDMAN
Place: ROTTERDAM
Date: OCT. 17, 1749

Name: Jacob Stier,
Ship: FANR. CAPTAIN WILLIAM HYNDMAN
Place: ROTTERDAM
Date: OCT. 17, 1749

Name: Sebastian Stier,
Ship: RICHMOND
Place: ROTTERDRM
Date: OCT. 20, 1704

Name: Rüben Stier,
Ship: FNIOX
Captain: ANDREW BRYSON
Place: ROTTEROAM
Date: SEPT. 27, 1773

Pennsylvania German Pioneers

Jacob Stier
  
Mathes Stier
 
Sebastian Stier

History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Sketches of Many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men


Chapter XLVII. East Donegal Township.<1<[1 By Samuel Evans, Esq.]

The male communicants in 1772 were Adam Nas, Christian Weniger, Sr., Jacob Wolf, Peter Lindemuth, George Lindemuth, George Kimlings, Adam Klopffer, Frederick Bauer, Simon Jost, Matthew Stier, William Beck, Jacob Mars, Henry Hubley, Valentine Stier, Matthew Kline, Christian Weniker, Jr., Philip Klug, Frederick Geig, Adam Hubley, Ludwig Schultz, Jacob Menico.

there were Stiers listed in pre-1790 census (1753, 1764, 1773) in Philadelphia
Stier, Jacob PA PHILADELPHIA CO. PHILADELPHIA 1749
Stier, Mattheus PA PHILADELPHIA CO. PHILADELPHIA 1749
Stier, Ruben PA PHILADELPHIA CO. PHILIDELPHIA 1773
Stier, Sebastian PA PHILADELPHIA CO. PHILIDELPHIA 1764

STIERS Jacob 175? Pennsylvania Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):152

Database: Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots

Name Cemetery Location Reference

STIERS, Jacob Johnson Cem Franklin Twp OH 56 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.4, p. —Serial: 11999; Volume: 8

RECORDS OF ST. PAUL'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CONGREGATION
LEHIGH CO. PENNA. 1750-1764
Feb 22, 1757
STIER, Jacob and Dorothea FRANKEN, Johann Adam Franckens's daughter
COMMUNICANT MEMBERS, MAY, 1750

STIER, Jacob, servant to Valentin Buchecker

RECORD OF PENNSYLVANIA MARRIAGES, PRIOR TO 1810. VOLUME II.

June 9, 1795 Jacob Stier, widr, and Maria Thomin, wid

St. Michael's and Zion Church, Philadelphia

 

American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)

Surname Given Name(s) Maiden Name Birth Date Birth Place Biographical Info Reference

STIER Tobias History of York co., Pa. By John Gibson. Chicago. 1886. (772, 207p.): 692

STIER Tobias 175? Pennsylvania Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):285

also listed in colonial land records of York County PA, Mannheim and West Mannheim townships

York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819
SurnameStyer
Given NameTobias
Title:  
Description: Decedent
Residence: Manheim Township
Date: 8 Mar 1772
Prove Date: 26 Mar 1772
RemarksStyerTobias. Mar. 8, 1772. Executor: Jacob Eversolt. Manheim Township. Children: Tobias and Magdalena wife of Jacob Eversolt



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