February 28, 2007
Mock Family Historian
"Working Chart" for Maag families of PA Chart #1 Please do not duplicate. Note all data is documented.
I. - Heinrich Maag b. ca1687 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; m. to Kleinvre Volkhart b. ca 1680 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland
1.1 - Jacob Maag b. 27 May 1703 Endhori, Zurich Switzerland; d. 18 May 1767 Philadelphia, PA (1st Reformed Church); m. 25 Mar 1721 in the Parish Bulach at Eschenmosen, Switzerland to Anna Surber b. ca1698; d. 19 Aug 1769 Philadelphia, PA, First Reformed Church. Arrived in Philadelphia on the ship Loyal Judith 2 Sep 1743.
1.1.1 - Hans Heinrich Maag - b. 27 May 1722 Endhori, Zurich,, Switzerland; d. Philadelphia, PA; wifeunknown
1111 - Elizabeth Maag b. 16 Oct 1759
1.1.2 - Hienrich Maag b. 14 Nov 1723 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; d. 10 Jan 1787 Passyunk Twp, Philadelphia, PA; m. 1st to Verena/Frances ______ b. ca 1728; d. 11 Jul 1783; m. 2nd Elizabeth Brown (widow).
"Henry" purchased 55 acres of land in Passyunk twsp., Phil. 6 May 1761, where he lived until his death.
children by 1st wife:
1121 - Jacob Maag m. 16 Apr 1773 to Maria Peltz, d/o John & Catherine Peltz (ancestors of Bill Young)
1121.1 - Catherine Maag b. 11 Feb1774 Philadelphia, PA; d. 1855; m. 1 Sep 1791 in Swedes Church to Samuel Jardon
1121.2 - Jacob Maag b. Philadelphia, PA 5 Mar 1775
1122 - John Maag b. ca 1751; d. 1 Aug 1785, 33 yrs, 7 mo., 11 da.; m. to Elizabeth Goebler (?)
1123 - Solomon Maag
1124 - Anna Elizabeth Maag bapt. 16 Oct 1759 First Reformed Church, Phil.adelphia; m. 1st 12 Jun 1770 to Jacob Feit; m. 2nd to Richard Mosely
1125 – Verena/Frances Maag bapt. 13 May 1762; m. 20 Dec 1781 in Swedes Church to John Shatsline
1.1.3 - Dorothea Maag b. 2 Mar 1725 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; d. Passyunk, Philadelphia, PA
1.1.4 - Anna Maria Maag b. 16 Jan 1729 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; d. Passyunk, Philadelphia, PA
1.1.5 - Hans Conrad Maag - b. 1 Oct 1730 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; d. 16 Nov 1767 Passyunk, Philadelphia,PA; m. to Anna Elisabeth Dauenhauer b. 13 Aug 1727 Winzein, Germany; d. 18 Jan 1773 Passyunk, Philadelphia, PA; m. 2nd Daniel Dieterich Burchardt.
1151 - Margaret Maag b. ca Jan 1757; d. 14 Jan 1763
1152 - Jacob Maag/Mog bapt. 2 Oct 1757 at Market Square Presbyterian Church
1153 - George Conrad Maag b. ca Apr 1759; d. 21 Sep 1759
1154 - Sybylla Maag bapt. 4 Jul 1761 Philadelphia Reformed Church; 24 Jun 1773, indentured to Daniel Burchardt for 4 yrs., 10 months,17days; probably until her 18th birthday
1155 - Barbara Maag bapt. 7 Dec 1762 (3 wks. old), sponsors Henry Maag (brother) & Barbara Maag (sister); indentured to Daniel Burchardt after the death of her monther, Anna Elisabeth
1156 - Gertrude Maag bapt. 25 Feb 1765 (14 days old)
Note: Daniel Burchardt info from Jeanie White, email@example.com
1.1.6 - Hans Marthi Maag b 16 Dec 1731 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; d. 23 Dec 1732 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland
1.1.7 - Barbara Maag b. 23 Dec 1732 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; d. Passyunk, Philadelphia, PA; m. 17 Jan 1764 to Samuel Sivert
1.1.8 - Hans Marthi Maag b. 28 Mar 1734 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; d. 26 May 1734 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland
1.1.9 - Hans Jacob Maag b. 25 Aug 1735 Endhori, Zurich, Switzerland; d. 12 Oct 1735 Eschenmosen, Switzerland
1.1.a- Anna Maag b. 1 Jan 1737 Eschenmosen, Switzerland; d. 23 Jan 1739 Eschenmosen, Switzerland
Philadelphia City (From Philadelphia Reformed Church Records – also Swiss records and ship records)
From Colonial and Revolutionary Famlies of Pennsylvania by Jordan:
Heinrich Maag, Jacob Maag and a Hans Hendrick Maag arrived in the ship Royal Judith 2 Sept 1743, and Jacob Maag was one of the signers of a letter from members of the German Reformed congregation at Market Square, Germantown, to the Holland Synod in 1744.
Will Book T - Maag, Henry City of Philadelphia Yeoman Signed 29 Dec 1786
Wife, Elizabeth, Children - Jacob, Solomon, Anne (wife of Richard Mosely), Fanny Shatzline, dau.-in-law Elizabeth Maag, widow of dec'd son John. Late? Servant girl - Sally
Grandchildren (child of son, Jacob) Executors: Elizabeth Maag and Richard Moseley. Witnesses S. Weiss & Frederick Bates. Proved 16 Jan 1787. This research submitted by Steve Lapp and published in the Mock Family Historian VOL. 1, #6, 1992, page 50
Researcher - Mike Moak
From Lois Flyte - Geniefamilytree@aol.com 9/24/02
"I believe that my husband's Whetstone/Wetzstein family is connected with this family through Isaac Wetzstein who married Anna Maira Maag, d/o Jacob & Barbara Maag of PHL. Jacob & Barbara were sponsors for two of Isaac & Anna Maria's children as well as sponsors for Jacob Maag, s/o Jacob & Maria Peltz, and a child of Conrad Maag. Jacob Maag Sr. will left this estate devided between Jacob, s/o Isaac Wetstein, and two children of Conrad Maag. This ties these families together. The First Reformed Church in PHL is where I found these baptismal records. Jacob Maag's will was filed under Mock, but he signed it Maag. One of Conrad's children had sponsors Henrich Maag, and Barbara Maag, brother & Sister of Conrad, and it mentioned that they were from Zurich.
It appears that Isaac Wetzstein married Anna Maria Maag ca1770 and they then had about 7 children, bapt. Records for some found in First Reformed