Patrilineage for Fanckboner Participant #43922 (James and Cathy Fanckboner, cfanckboner@yahoo.com; also, Brian Hamman, brianhamman@yahoo.com)


14)
Jerg (Georg) Finckbohner:  b. ca. 1470 Kempten, Oberschwabia; d. ca. 1540 Baiersbronn-Tannenfels, Wuerttemberg; married Anna unknown (ca. 1480 to ca. 1540) ca. 1500 at St. Mang Church, Kempten, Allgaeu, Oberschwabia.  He was listed in the Kempten records as follows:  “Citizen (Buerger) of Kempten, Bavaria, who on 22 January 1505, donated an eternal yearday to the St. Mang Church in Kempten for himself, wife (Gattin) Anna, and his brother-in-law and sister, Wolfgang and Caecilia Mettensdorfer.”  Around 1508, Jerg removed to the hamlet of Tannenfels in the Murgtal (Murg Valley) of the parish of Baiersbronn, duchy of Wuerttemberg, situated in the Schwarzwald (Black Forest) region (located in the southwestern portion of modern Germany).  He was listed in the 1521 tax record book (Lagerbuch) found at Dornstetten as a farmer at the Schloss (Castle) ruins of Tannenfels where he owned a small land parcel (LB 1521).  Listed in the 1523 military call-up list (Musterungsliste) with his son Claus (MSL 1523).  He is conjectured to have had three sons: 1) Claus (b. ca. 1505 Kempten); 2) Bathas (b. ca. 1510 Baiersbronn-Tannenfels); and probably 3) Gall (b. ca. 1515 Baiersbronn-Tannenfels; d. 1589 Horb-Egeltal, Wuerttemberg).  Jerg is recognized as the progenitor (Stammvater) of all people bearing the surname Finkbeiner or Finckbohner (Finkboner).

 

13) Gall Finckbohner: b. ca 1515 Baiersbronn-Tannenfels, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany; d. 1589 Horb-Egeltal, Wuerttemberg

 

12) Marx Finckbohner: b. 1550, possibly Baiersbronn, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany; d. <13 Feb 1628, Schoemburg, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany; Marx was an Innskeeper in 1603 Alpirsbach and then was first found in Schoemburg in 1610; m. Anne Pfau

 

11) Georg Finckbohner: b. 15 Jul 1595, Schömberg, Schwarzwaldkreis, Duchy of Wuerttemberg; d. 1633, Schömberg, Schwarzwaldkreis, Duchy of Wuerttemberg; m. Magdalena Heintzelmann

 

10) Georg Finckbohner: b. 2 Feb 1630, Schömberg, Schwarzwaldkreis, Duchy of Wuerttemberg; d. 1706, Schömberg, Schwarzwaldkreis, Duchy of Wuerttemberg; m. Maria Arnold

 

9) Hans Jacob Finckbohner: b. 9 Oct 1672, Schömberg, Schwarzwaldkreis, Duchy of Wuerttemberg; d. 20 May 1738, Schömberg, Schwarzwaldkreis, Duchy of Wuerttemberg; m. Anna Maria Kohler

 

8) Johann Conrad Fanckbohner:  b. 3 Sep 1720, Schömberg, Schwarzwaldkreis, Duchy of Wuerttemberg; d. Oct 1782, Greenwich, Sussex Co. (now Warren Co.), New Jersey; m. Mary Elizabeth unk


7) Daniel Fanckbonerb. 1764, Greenwich, Sussex (now Warren) Co., New Jersey; d. 5 Jul 1811, Scott’s Mountain, Sussex Co. (now Warren Co.), New Jersey; m. Betsey Mixsell (1774->1811)


6) William Fanckboner*
:  b. 17-Apr-1803, Belvidere, Sussex (now Warren) Co., New Jersey; d. 12 Apr 1881, Schoolcraft, Kalamazoo Co., Michigan; m. Elizabeth Crose (1807-1881)


5) Abram Fanckboner:
b. 11 Aug 1832, Belvidere, Warren Co., New Jersey; d. 29 Feb 1912, Schoolcraft, Kalamazoo Co., Michigan; m. Mary Ann Smith (1835-1907).


4) Orrin Abram Fanckboner: b. 12 Feb 1858, Schoolcraft, Kalamazoo Co., Michigan; d. aft 1910, Kent Co., Michigan (??); m. Florence L.

 

3) Charles William Fanckboner: b. 29 Mar 1888, South Dakota; d. Aug 1963; m. Edna G.

 

2) Elbert Channing Fanckboner: b. 1917, Idaho

 

1) James Fanckboner

*William Fanckboner is the 2nd Great Grandfather of Brian Hamman, the group administrator of this project (brianhamman@yahoo.com) ; Brian further descends from William’s daughter Elizabeth (1854-1905).