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'''1365 Helderberg Trail'''
'''1365 Helderberg Trail'''
*<1787 [[Bio:Johannes Warner|Johannes Warner]] built a substantial house along the [[Foxenkill|Foxenkill]]. He was the son of [Bio:[Johannes Werner Sr.|[Johannes Werner Sr.]], who was the son of [[Mathias Werner]], who was the son of Christopher Werner, the 1710 Palatine immigrant. He was referred to as Johannes Werner [Warner}, Jr.  Johannes Warner, Jr. (b. 1762 - ?) was married first to Lydia Bradt/Bratt (b. 1765 - d. ca. 1799).  They had  10 children.
*<1787 [[Johannes Warner|Johannes Warner]] built a substantial house along the [[Foxenkill|Foxenkill]]. He was the son of [Bio:[Johannes Werner Sr.|[Johannes Werner Sr.]], who was the son of [[Mathias Werner]], who was the son of Christopher Werner, the 1710 Palatine immigrant. He was referred to as Johannes Werner [Warner}, Jr.  Johannes Warner, Jr. (b. 1762 - ?) was married first to Lydia Bradt/Bratt (b. 1765 - d. ca. 1799).  They had  10 children.
*[[1787 survey map|1787 survey map]] says that Johannes Warner had constructed a substantial house on this lot.
*[[1787 survey map|1787 survey map]] says that Johannes Warner had constructed a substantial house on this lot.
* The farm and house belonged to Fred Wiltsie.  
* The farm and house belonged to Fred Wiltsie.  

Latest revision as of 10:19, May 15, 2022

1365 Helderberg Trail

  • <1787 Johannes Warner built a substantial house along the Foxenkill. He was the son of [Bio:[Johannes Werner Sr.|[Johannes Werner Sr.]], who was the son of Mathias Werner, who was the son of Christopher Werner, the 1710 Palatine immigrant. He was referred to as Johannes Werner [Warner}, Jr. Johannes Warner, Jr. (b. 1762 - ?) was married first to Lydia Bradt/Bratt (b. 1765 - d. ca. 1799). They had 10 children.
  • 1787 survey map says that Johannes Warner had constructed a substantial house on this lot.
  • The farm and house belonged to Fred Wiltsie.
  • 1950's the farm and house was owned by Steve Komjathy.
  • Presently, the house is owned by the Dewey family. At the peak of the gable is a sign reading 1795. It would be more accurate if it said 1787.