Andrew Michael

Born: circa 1741 - Germany
Died: after March 3, 1800 - Frederick County, Maryland
Buried: Family graveyard called “Graveyard Farm”
Service: Andrew served in Maryland (Patriotic Service). Andrew was a juror to the Oath of Allegiance in 1778 in Frederick County, Maryland.
Family: Andrew was a blacksmith and immigrated to America early in the 1760s. He married Barbara Sinn before 1768. Barbara was born on November 16, 1743 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died in 1811 in Frederick County, Maryland. Andrew and Barbara lived in Frederick County, Maryland, and had ten children. Their children (and their spouses) included: Andrew (Jane Gizebert) and Catharine (Jonathan Gisburt). Andrew and Barbara purchased two lots in Fredericktown on May 6, 1762, and he became a naturalized citizen at Frederick, Maryland, on April 11, 1764, under statutes 13 of George ll, Section l and Section ll. Andrew and Barbara were Lutherans. Andrew died testate. His Will, Liber GM- 3 Folios 366-369, was probated in the Frederick County Court House on March 3, 1800 with his wife Barbara and his son Adam as the executors. Barbara’s Will, RB-1 Folio 529, was dated October 10, 1810 and probated on January 2, 1815 at the Frederick County Maryland Courthouse with Jonathan Gisberts the executor.
Source: G.M. Brumbaugh’s Revolutionary Records of Maryland, 1924, Vol. 1, pp. 23; Peden, Revolutionary Patriots of Frederick County Maryland 1775-1783 pp. 252; Myers, Michael Genealogy.