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Johann Peter Voltz

Born: July 25, 1726

Birthplace: Guntershofer, Lower Alsace, France

Died: March 27, 1806

Location: Friedberg Settlement, Stokes Co., North Carolina

Age: 79   Sex: Male

Called: Last name also spelled Volz, Foltz, Fults, Folts

Father: Hans Jacob Volz

Mother: Eva Elizabetha Gass

Spouse: Eva Elizabeth Jacke

Married: January 18, 1744

at: Guntershofen, Lower Alsace, Germany

Children:

Johann Stephen Voltz b1747 d1747

Johann Peter Voltz b1749 d1749

Andreas Voltz b1751 d1751

Johann Jacob Voltz

Johannes Voltz

Eva Elisabeth Voltz

Fredrich Voltz

Eva Catherine Foltz Nading Knauss b1762 d1845

Rosina Voltz

Johann Heinrich Voltz

Resided at:

Guntershofer, Lower Alsace, France

Reading, Berks county, PA (earlier called Heidelberg October 17, 1749)

Friedberg Settlement, Stokes County, NC (on June 6, 1767 or 1758)

(Arrived in PA on ship Dragon as Hans Peder Goltz)

Occupation(s):

a Cooper

bought 200 acres lying on both sides of Salisbury Rd

from South Fork Creek to Spach Store

Affiliation(s):

Luthern

Moravian


Peter Foltz gravestone
The gravestone of Peter Foltz.
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