Johannes Federle


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Johannes Federle 2374

  • Born: 28 Jan 1750, Helderbergh, Albany, New York, USA 2374
  • Marriage: Maria Pabst
  • Died: 28 Nov 1810, Osnabruck, Stormont, Ontario, Canada at age 60 4,2374
  • Buried: 1810, Pleasant Valley, Dundas, Ontario, Canada 4

bullet  General Notes:

LATI N42.6029
LONG W73.9717
LATI N42.7531
LONG W74.2224
LATI N42.6029
LONG W73.9717
LATI N42.7531
LONG W74.2224

bullet  Burial Notes:

Event Description: Event Description: Pleasant Valley Cemetery
Pleasant Valley Cemetery


bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth, Feb 1750. 4 Albany, New York, USA

• Memorial. 4 In all records as "John" or "Johannes".
Memorial: Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Osnabrück Twp., Stormont County.
Concession 4-5, Pleasant Valley Road.
To the Memory of John Fetterly U.E.L.
Born Albany Co., New York
Died age 59 years, 10 months, Osnabrück Twp., Stormont Co., Upper Cana da Fourth Great Grandfather.
John Fetterly died Nov. 28,1810 aged 59 years, 10 months in Osnabrüc k Twp., Stormont Co., Upper Canada.
John (Johannes) Fetterly was born in Albany County, New York in 1750 , the eldest son of Philip Fetterly and Anna Margaretha Schumann, an d died 28 Nov. 1810 age 59 years, 10 months (buried Dec. 01) in Osnabr ück Township, Stormont County, Upper Canada (Ontario). John was marrie d to Maria (Mary) Papst, the daughter of Johan Adam Papst and Eva Mari a Ham.
Revolutionary War - John was persecuted and jailed because of his Loya list sympathies, and left New York in 1795, settling in Osnabrück Town ship, Stormont County, Upper Canada (Ontario), purchasing land in Conc ession 3. Wife Mary Fetterly petitioned for land in 1797, granted Jan . 1798, as the daughter of Loyalist Johan Adam Papst. Brother Peter Fe tterly U.E.L. settled in Williamsburg Township, Dundas County, Upper C anada.
1795 - Arrival in Osnabrück Township, Stormont County, Upper Canada.
1798 - Petition of wife Mary Papst Fetterly granted on 5 Jan. 1798 a s the daughter of Loyalist Johan Adam Papst.
1804 - John Fetterly purchased part of Lot 7, Concession 3, Osnabrüc k Township, Stormont County, Upper Canada in 1804 from Samuel Hough (C rown grant to Samuel Hough's mother (widow) Phoebe in 1784).
1807 - John Fetterly did not bear arms in the Revolutionary War, howev er, John was persecuted and jailed in Albany County for his Loyalist s ympathies during the Revolutionary War, and petitioned in Cornwall, St ormont County, Upper Canada on 27 Jan. 1807 to have his name inserte d on the (U.E.) Loyalist list, (Petition #43, Microfilm C-1895) as fol lows:
The Petition of John Fetterly
Received 11 March 1807 from John Crysler Esq.
Read In Council March 17,1807
To His Excellency Francis Gore, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of the Pr ovince of Upper Canada
In Council
The petition of John Fetterly of the Township of Osnabrück Humbly Shew eth
That your petitioner was a Resident in the County of Albany in the Sta te of New York when the unhappy war took place which severed the Unite d States from the Crown of Grate (Great) Britain and for his attachmen t to the British Government and protecting and feeding the British Sco uts that came into that part of the Country from Canada he was sent t o Albany Gaol by the Rebels where he suffered a tedious imprisonment i n irons and the loss of a grate (great) part of his property.
Wherefore your Petitioner prays that your Excellency in Council will b e pleased to have his name inserted on the U.E. list and your Petition er will ever pray.
John Fetterly (his mark)
Cornwall in the Province of Upper Canada this 27th day of January 1807
I do certify that Francis Otto of the township of Osnabrück for Uppe r Canada and maketh oath and saith that he well knew the above Petitio ner John Fetterly and that the facts as stated in the above Petition i s (are) true and that the said John Fetterly came into the Province o f Upper Canada in the year of our Lord ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AN D NINETY-FIVE and settled in the township of Osnabrück in which plac e he has lived ever since.
Francis Otto
Sworn before me at Cornwall in Upper Canada the 27th day of January 18 07
(Signed) Gilbert Stuart J.P. (Justice of the Peace). NOTE: Gilbert Stu art was the son of Dr. James Stuart U.E.L. (Memorial for Gilbert Stuar t #153513796).
Approved by Francis Gore Entered in Land Book G, Page 296.
There is a land transaction record for John Fetterly purchasing part o f Lot 7, Concession 3, Osnabrück, from Samuel Hough in 1804. This lo t was originally a Crown Grant (patented) to Samuel Hough's mother Pho ebe (widow Huff).
- John Fetterly and Maria Papst

• Military: U.S.Revolutionary War, 1777. 2375 New York, USA
Rank - Private

• Alt. Birth, Feb 1750. 4 Albany, New York, USA

• Memorial. 4

• Military: U.S.Revolutionary War, 1777. 2375 New York, USA


Johannes married Maria Pabst. (Maria Pabst was born in 1761 in New York, New York, New York, USA 2374 and died in 1798 in Osnabruck, Stormont, Ontario, Canada 2374.)

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