Deed, Augusta County, 1832

[blank] day of [blank] 1832

John Michael Senr administrator of George Wichel dec’d to Daniel Wichel son of the said George Wichel

“John Michael as administrator and as well as on the part of the other heirs of the said George Wichel decd for 400 pounds . . .”

a parcel of land on the waters of Thorny Branch containing by survey 227 acres & 112 poles adjoining the lands of Rhodes, Messersmith, Philips & Miller

[no names of other heirs listed]


Source: Augusta County Virginia Deed Book 54:223-224, LVA microfilm reel 22, Library of Virginia, Richmond.

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2 thoughts on “Deed, Augusta County, 1832

  1. Troy Wikel

    Oh btw the info I have on the above people. Daniel Sr was married to Susannah Michael daughter of John Michael mentioned above he too was in the Revolutionary War he was a Continental Army as an Officer under LT. Col Weltner in the German Battalion. Although there seems to possibly be a link between the Weichels and the Michael’s that extends back to the Ship Samuel and possibly Germany. My Daniel I think is your Georges Brother. Which means they would both be sons of Phillip and grandsons of George who was born 1740 in PA. I think I remember them both I mean Daniel and George marrying Michael’s sisters. So John would have been the Father in law and makes sense that he would be the administrator of his estate. Your Daniel would be my Daniels nephew and my other Daniels cousin. Okay now my head hurts. Lol

  2. Debora Kerr

    My George Wikle (grandson of immigrant Johann George of the Ship Samuel) married Magdalena Michael, daughter of Frederick Michael. George’s brother Phillip married Ann Michael. The Daniel in this will is their brother, all sons of George Wykle b. about 1740 in PA,

    Starting when the Ship Samuel arrives, I have three Georges, then a Phillip, then an Isabella who had her children out of wedlock, but they took her Wykle last name.

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