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PHILIP SCHENKEL / SHINKLE and SUSANNA MORETS / MORITZ / MURRAY 



appendix B Shinkle Genealogy by Louisa J Abbott & Charles L Abbott 1717 - 1897 

Pennsylvania German Marriages; Marriages & Marriage Evidence 
in Pennsylvania Churches 

by Donna Irish 1982, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing 

pg 65 Schwartzwald Reformed Church, 1781-1811 

Family Tree Maker's Family Archives Church Records Selected 
Areas of Pennsylvania 1600s -1800s 

CD Disk 166 Schwartzwald Reformed Church page 2635 



PHILIP SHINKLE 

son of Henry Shenkel 1718 -1785 & Maria Margretha Mueller
Philip born 27 June 1768 Chester County Pennsylvania 

Philip died 5 April 1847 Chester County Pennsylvania 

buried Shenkel Knoll Cem Pottstown Landing Chester Co PA 

Philip signed his Will 18 Oct 1844, probated in court 5 April 1847 
Chester Co Pennsylvania 

appendix B Shinkle Genealogy by Louisa J Abbott & Charles L Abbott 1717 - 1897 

married 6 April 1790 Susanna (Susan) (Moritz)Murray 

marr - Pennsylvania German Marriages compiled by Donna Irish 1982 pg 65 

Schwartzwald Reformed Church 1781 - 1811 

has "Schenkel, Philip, Susanna Moritz, Chester Co; 6 April 1790." 

Susan born 1773 

Susan died by 9 May 1849 Chester Co Pennsylvania 

Susan buried Shenkel Knoll Cem Pottstown Landing Chester Co PA 

Susan dau of Jacob ( Morets / Moritz )Murray & Susanna (Knauer??)b-1742-1824 


children - Samuel Shinkle b-1790 married Mary Bingaman 

- Julia Shinkle b-1791 married George Houke 

- Elizabeth Shinkle b-1792 married John Wanger 

- John Shinkle b-1793 married Mary Smith 

   we have civil war letters from his son David's letters to Eliza 

- Maria Shinkle b-1794 married John Shumaker 

- Jacob Shinkle b-1795 married Dorothy Stork 

- Henry Shinkle b-1796 married Susan Fering 

- Matthias (Matthew) Shinkle b-1797 married Margaret Cramp 

- Frederick Shinkle b-1810 marr 6 April 1887 1st Frances Meckey Wildman Frederick 
marr 2nd Jamaka Hawkins 

- Catherine Shinkle b-1812 married John Mosteller 

had daughter Hanna Mosteller marr John Wagard (per Philip's will # 11107) Wanger 
settling on 7 May 1850. 8 Nov 1852 she became Hannah Ann Wilson 

NOTE found Catherine Shingle marr 24 December 1824 St Mary's Church 
Knauertown Chester Co Pennsylvania to John Mostellar 

- Philip Shinkle b-1815 married 

- David Shinkle b-1817 married Sarah J Taylor 

- Philip Shinkle b-1841 from Lancaster Pennsylvania. 

Page 156 Philip Shingle death S Coventry Pennsylvania 

granting letters 5 April 1847 granted Samuel Shingle & Philip Shingle 

filing date 13 April 1847 filing account 7 December 1852 

#11107 will book 19 page 189 Index Wills 1714 - 1923 Chester Co Pennsylvania 





WILL OF PHILIP SHINGLE 

Will - Proved April 5, 1847 

Recorded in Will - Book G vol 19 page 190 



18 Oct 1844 



In the name of God Amen, I Philip Shingle Senr of South Coventry Township
 Chester County and the State of Pennsylvania being weak in body and 
of sound mind memory and understanding but considering the uncertainty 
of this transitory life do make and publish this my last will and 
testament in manner and form following to Wit: 



first it is my will and I do order - that all my just debts and funeral
 expenses be duly paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently 
can be after my decease 



Item I give and bequeath unto my dear wife Susanna two beds the 
first and last choices one stove and pipe four chairs one table 
one dough trough on bureau one cow one copper kettle one fat hog 
my share of the crop of rye now in the barn two bushels of wheat 
and one hundred and fifty dollars in money. 



Item, I give and bequeath unto my said wife Susanna the use occupation
 and profits of my house and lot of land situate partly in Warwick 
township and partly in South Coventry Township in said County during 
her natural life provided she remains my widow, after her decease or 
marriage whichever shall first happen, I do order and Direct that the 
said lot of land shall be sold by my hereinafter named executors and 
the proceeds of the sale {shall be [is crossed over}} 

I give and bequeath the same unto all my Children and my granddaughter 
Hannah Mosteller and to their heirs and assigns to be equally divided 
among them. 



I do hereby order and direct and it is my will and desire that my 
hereinafter named Executors or the Survivor of them do sell dispose 
or Convey my Plantation whereon I now reside situate in South in 
South Coventry Township either at public or private sale and all 
the remainder of my personal estate Except what I have given and 
bequeatheth to my said wife Susanna as soon as conveniently can be 
after my decease And the monies arising from such sales after first 
deducting the payments of all my just debts funeral expenses and the 
bequest to my said wife one third thereof to be secured by judgement 
bond and Mortgage on the promises and the interest thereof to be 
regularly and annually paid to my said wife Susanna during her 
natural life by the purchases his heirs and assigns after the 
decease of my said wife the said one third of the sale to be 
equally divided among all my children and my granddaughter 
Hannah Mosteller and their heirs. The remaining two thirds 
of the money arising from the sale of my plantation and the 
balance of my personal estate if any be left I give and bequeath 
the same unto all my children and my grand daughter Hannah Mosteller 
(Except that Hannah Mosteller is to have sixty dollars less then one 
of my children) 

I do hereby authorize and empower my said Executors or the survivor of 
them to sign seal execute and acknowledge all such deed or deeds of 
conveyance as may be requisite. And necessary for the granting and 
assuring the said premises to the purchaser or purchasers thereof 
in fee simple, I give and bequeath unto my said wife Susannah three 
cords of wood annually during her natural life to be cut on my farm 
and delivered to her door by the purchaser of my said farm. I also 
wish it to be understood that the $20.00 I paid to my son Frederick 
is to be deducted from his share 

And lastly I nominate constitute and appoint my two sons Samuel and 
Philip to be the executors of this my will hereby revoking all other 
wills legacies and bequests by me heretofore made & declaring this 
and no other to be my last will & Testament. In Witness whereof 

I have hereunto set my hand & seal the 18th day of October A.D. 1844. 



Signed sealed and delivered by the said testator as his last will 
and testament in the prersence of us . The words "in said county 
estate and wife Susannah were enterlined before signing . . . Also the 
word one copper kettle was enterlined before signing. 



Signed [his hand] Philip Shingle [seal] 



[witness] 

Jacob Standard 

Christr. Haldeman 





S Shingle app 

app 

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West Chester April 5th A D 1827 There appeared Jacob Stoneback and 
Christopher Haldeman the former on his solemn affirmation and the 
latter upon his oath, they did declare and say that they were 
personally present and did see and hear Philip Shingle the Testator 
in the foregoing instrument of writing named sign seal publish pronounce 
and declare the same as and for his last will and testament and at the 
time of so doing he was of a sound and well disposing mind and memory 
to the best of their knowledge and belief. Sworn and affirmed before 
me 

Henry Buckwalter 

Register 

>>>>>>>> 

Be it remembered that on the fifth day of April A.D. 1827 the last 
will and testamemt of Philip Shingle deceased was proved and affircved 
in due form of law, and letters testamentary thereof were duly granted 
to Samuel and Philip Shingle who were affirmed well and truley to 
qadminister the goods and chattels rights and credits of said deceased
according to law also diligently and faithfully to regard and well and
truly carefuly within provisions of the law relative
to collateral Inheritances 

Henry Buckwalter 

Register 





Chester County XX 

Christopher Haldeman and Michael Haws having been respectively sworn 
or affirmed in due form of law declare and say that they will well 
and truly and without partiality or prejudice value and appraise the 
goods and chattels and Credits which were of Philip Shingle late of 
South Coventry Township Chester county Deceased and in all respects 
perform their duty as appraisers to the best of their skill and 
judgement 



Sworn and affirmed this twenty seventh day of March 1847 before me 
Nathan Muhener JP 



Christr Haldeman 

Michael Haws 

>>>>>>>>>> 

A true and perfect inventory and just appraisement of all and 
singular the goods and chatels rights and credits which wereof 
Philip Shingle late of South Coventry Township Chester County 
deceased at the time of his death to wit~  dolls cts 
To Cash 37 25 
Goods bequeathed to his widow to Wit.   
1 bed $4 one ditto $5.00 one stove and pipe $4.00 $13.00   
4 chairs $1.00 one table $1.00 one dough trough 0.10 $ 2.10   
one bureau $6.00 one cow $12.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$18.00
1 copper kettle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ 3.00 36 10 
one chest $1.00 one small dresser and contents 0.50 1 50 
1 looking glass 0.40 two sheets $0.75 two table cloths $0.50 1 65 
1 piece of cassenett 0.75 chaff bed $025 1 00 
1 coverlett 0.25 one sheet $0.15 ~ 40 
1 coverlett 0.25 one dough trough 0.25 ~ 40 
3 chairs 0.50 one gun $2.00 one chest $1.00 one bed 4.00 7  50 
1 wool wheel 0.50 spinning wheel 0.15 ~ 65 
one reel 0.10 Shoemakers bench and contents $0.10 ~ 20 
5 bags $1.25 lot of Shoemakers lathe & stove pipes $0.25 1 50 
1 lot of barrels and gums ~ 15 
 88 30 


The amount brought foward 88 30 
1 barrel and one tub @.015 Steelyards 0.25 ~ 40 
1 kitchen dresser $2.00 shatchel & sundries 0.25 2 25 
1 churn and tub 0.40 one iron pot & plate 0.50 ~ 90 
1 skillet 0.06 Iron kettle $1.50 three barrels $1.50 3 06 
1 meat tub 0.50 one sieve & butter box 0.10 ~ 60 
1 lot of yarn 0.15 post suger $1.00 1 15 
1 fire tongs 0.25 one post axe 0.10 ~ 35 
1 axe 0.50 shingle froe 0.20 ~ 70 
1 iron dog 0.25 one auger 0.10 ~ 35 
1 grubbing hoe 0.25 pincers one wedge & fork 0.60 ~ 85 
1 spade and dung hook 0.15 one lot of sundries 0.25  ~ 40 
2 ladders 0.20 one apple mill & trough $2.00  2 20 
1 grind stone $1.00 two hogs $3.00 4 00 
1 horse $8.00 one collar and blind halter 0.15 8 15 
1 swingling mill flax and cow bell 0 50 
1 cow $12.00 cutting box 0.30 12 30 
1 half bushel and half peck 0.20 one saddle 0.10 ~ 30 
1 flax brake 0.25 one winnowing mill 0.50 1 00 
1 sleigh $1.00 one shaking fork 0.05 1 05 
6 cow chains $1.50 one ladder $0.50 2 00 
grain in the ground 20 00 
Note of George Houck $25.00   
2 years interest thereon to April 1st 1847 2.50 27 50 
Note of Samuel Shingle $50.00   
14 years interest thereon to April 1st 1847 35 85 00 
Or$263.31 $263 31 


Taken and appraised by us the subscribers the twenty seventh day 
of March Anno Domini 1847 

Christr. Halderman 

Michael Haws 



The administration account of Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle 
Executors of the last will and testament of Philip Shingle late 
of South Coventry Township Chester County and State of Pennsylvania 
Deceased  doll cts 
The said accountants charge themselves with all and singular 
the goods and chattels rights and credits which were of the 
said deceased agreeably to an inventory thereof filed in the 
Registers office of West Chester amounting to  



263 



31 
To Interest accrued on notes Since the Inventory was exhibited to Wit   
*note of George Houck two years to April 1st 1849 2 50 
*note of Samuel Shingle two years to April 1st 1849 5 00 
To cash which the testator in his life time 
advanced to his son Frederick Shingle $20.00
   
To 8 years interest thereon to April 1st 1849 at five percent 8.00 28 00 
To cash received of Branson and Vanleer 4 50 
To the account which Philip Shingle is indebted to the estate 20 68 
To the account of George Houck ~ 66 
To one years rent due April 1st 1849 40 00 


To amount of real estate Sold to Isaac Hawk 

1400 

00 
$ 1764 65 
To amount of vendue of the goods bequeathed to the widow 27 88 
To Cash received of the estate of Susanna Shingle late widow $94.25   
To Matthias Shingles note and interest 106.00 200 25 
7 mo rent for the tenant house 7 00 
Cash received of Isaac Hawk for dower interest  23 76 
Amount of real estate sold to George Houck Junr 300 00 
$ 2323 54 




 doll cts 
The said accounts crave allowance for the following disbursements 
made out of the estate aforesaid to wit:
   
By cash paid Register for probate of will 4 45 
"ditto Strickland & Bosee for publishing Notice to debtors and creditors 1 50 
"ditto Bransen & Vanleer for County and State taxes for the year 1846 5 70 
"ditto Samuel Gassfer herein expenses when proving the will 9 44 
"ditto John Hummel for book account 1 06 
"ditto Daniel Sandis for services rendered ~ 50 
"ditto Margaret Snyder for veal ~ 70 
"ditto Jonathan Knauer for flower ~ 4 1/2 
"ditto Jesse Rice for crying Sale of personal estate 3 00 
"ditto Jacob Shaner for a coffin 7 67 
"ditto Louis G Bachman for book account 6 75 
"ditto Strickland & Bosee for Advertising real estate 2 25 
"ditto F. E. McClellan for xxxxx expenses ~ 50 
"ditto Michael Haws for book account 1 11 
"ditto Nathan Michener for qualifying appraisers ~ 75 
"ditto Jacob Stonebrick for services rendered 1 50 
"ditto Levi Ganger for crying sale of real estate 1 00 
"ditto Philip Shingles own account for work done & 
attendance in sickness on his father
 

200 

00 
"ditto amount of goods bequeathed to the widow & 
charged in the inventory coming to
 

36 

10 
"ditto decrease in the sale of goods of the deceased 10 76 
"ditto Christr Halderman for tailoring clothing& Services rendered 16 13 
"ditto Strickland & Bosee for Advertising real estate 0 95 
"ditto Levi Granger for crying sale of real estate 1 50 
"ditto John Wanger for grave stones 10 00 
"ditto Joseph J Lewis Counsel Fees 5 00 
"ditto Susanna Shingle Special Legacy 15 00 
"ditto Christr Halderman for writing the Deeds Mortgage Rents 
of the first sale and 

Stating the Second accounts
 



8 



00 
To Commission on $1764.65 at 5 per cent 88 23 
To Cash paid J. D. Streeper for printing bills & publishing sale 2 50 
"ditto Henry Haws for coffin 8 00 
"ditto Thomas Ruth for crying sale 1 00 
"ditto John Wanger for funeral expences and tombstones 37 50 
"ditto Livi Granger for crying sale of real estate 1 50 
"ditto Abner B Mauger - clerking sale of personal estate ~ 25 
"ditto Christr Halderman for services 3 50 
To Commission on $300. At 5 per cent 15 00 
To Register and clerk of orphan's court fees 7 75 
Balance due the estate 1677 66 1/2 
$ 2323 54 




The accountants also claims allowance for the following payments made 
to the legatees heirs and legal representatives to Wit.
   
By retaining by these accountants their own shares 289 61 
Cash paid John Wanger & Elizabeth his wife their share 144 80 1/2 
Cash paid John Shingle his share 144 80 1/2 
Cash paid John Shumaker and Maria his wife their share 144 80 1/2 
Cash paid Jacob Shingle his share 144 80 1/2 
Cash paid Henry Shingle his share 144 80 1/2 
Cash paid Matthias Shingle his share 144 80 1/2 
Cash paid Frederic Shingle his share 144 80 1/2 
Cash paid David Shingle his share 144 80 1/2 
Cash paid John Wangard and Hannah his wife their share 84 80 1/2 
Cash paid David Nailer and Ann his wife their share $ 18 10   
Cash paid George Houck Junr his share 18 10   
Cash paid Joshua Miller & Susanna his wife their share 18 10   
Cash paid John Houck his share 18 10   
Cash paid Elisha Houck his share 18 10   
Cash paid Philip Houck his share 18 10   
Cash paid xxxxxxx Houck his share 18 10   
Cash paid xxxxxxx Houck his share 18 10 1/2 144 80 1/2 
 1677 66 1/2 




Errors Excepted Samuel Shingle 

May 7 1850 Philip Shingle 



By Philip Shingle } 

} Executors 

} 



no 21 p 360 

Philip Shingles estate 

Petition for Citation 

Nov 5 1852 Read and filed citation awarded returnable the 
13th day of dec next 

Recorded no 21 page 360 



To the Hon the Judges of the Orphans Court of Chester County 

The petition of Hannah Ann Wilson ( late Hannah Ann Mosteller) 
of said County 

Respectfully Represents: 

That the petitioners grand father Philip Shingle senior, late 
of the township of South Coventry, in said county died about 
the beginning of the year one thousand eight hundred & forty seven 
leaving a widow named Susanna Shingle who has since died and 
twelve children, Samuel, Philip, Frederick, John, Madison, 
Henry, David, Jacob Maria, Betsey, Julia, who has since died, 
leaving issue, and Catherine, mother of the petitioner, who is 
also deceased: that the said Philip Shingle senior died seized 
a certain real property situate in said county which he devised 
by his last will and testament as following: "Item, I give and 
bequeath unto my wife Susanna.........[see Philips will 
above].......appoint my two sons Samuel and Philip to be the 
executors of this my last will, hereby revoking" and that 
letters testamentation were granted on the 5th day 
of April A.D. 1847 to the said Philip and Samuel 
who took upon themselves the duty of Executors of the 
last will and testament of the said deceased filed an 
inventory amounting to the sum of two hundred and 
sixty three & 31/100 dollars and have settled no 
account of their administration of the said estate. 

Your petitioner therefore prays your honor to direct a citation
 issue to the said Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle requiring 
them to be and appear before the judges of the said court 
on the 13th day of December next at an orphans court to be 
held and settle an account of their administration of the 
estate of the said deceased or show cause why they shall 
not be required to do so. And also to abide all the orders 
which the said court shall make in this behalf, and further 
that your honor will grant such junction and other as the 
circumstances of the case shall appear to xxxxxxxx 

and she will & c 

signed - Hannah Ann Wilson 



Chester County ss: 

Hannah Ann Wilson the petitioner being affirmed says that 
the statement of facts on the foregoing petition is true 
as she verily believes 

affirmed and subscribed 

this 8th day of November 1822 

before me 

Henry Fleming} Signed - Hannah Ann Wilson 



O.C. Docket no 21 page 361 

Philip Shingle' Estate 

CITATION 

to Samuel Shingle & Philip Shingle 



David Bishop Sheriff being affirmed in due form of law 
declares and says that he served the within citation 
personally on Samuel Shingle one of the within named 
on the 22 day of November 1852, by giving him a true 
and attested thereof and making known to him its contents: 
Same day served on Philip Shingle by leaving a true and 
attested copy with his wife at his dwelling house 

Davis Bishop, Sheriff 





Chester County 

The Commonwealth of 

Pennsylvania to Samuel Shingle 

and Philip Shingle Senior late of the Township 

of South Coventry in Chester County 

Dec'd 



Greetings 

Whereas at an Orphans Court held and kept at Westchester in 
and for said County on the 8th day of November A.D. 1852, 
The petition of Hannah Ann Wilson (late Hannah Ann Mosteller) 
of said County was presented setting forth:-That said petitioners 
grand father Philip Shingle senior, late of the township of South 
Coventry, in said county died about the beginning of the year 
A.D. 1847, leaving a widow named Susanna Shingle (who has since died) 
and twelve children, Samuel, Philip, Frederick, John, Madison, 
Henry, David, Jacob Maria, Betsey, Julia, who has since died, 
leaving issue, and Catherine, mother of the petitioner, 
who is also deceased: that the said Philip Shingle senior 
died seized of personal property and certain Real Property 
situate in said county which he devised by his last will and 
testament as follow viz: "Item, I give and bequeath unto my 
wife Susanna.........[see Philips will above].......appoint 
my two sons Samuel and Philip to be the executors of this my 
last will, hereby revoking" and that letters testamentatory 
were granted on the 5th day of April A.D. 1847 to the said 
Philip and Samuel who took upon themselves the duty of Executors 
of the last will and testament of the said deceased filed an 
inventory amounting to the sum of two hundred and sixty three 
& 31/100 dollars and have settled no account of their administration 
of the said estate. 

And therefore pray the Court to direct a Citation to 
issue to the said Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle 
requiring them to be and appear before the Judges of the 
said orphans court at West Chester in said County on the 13th day 
of December next at an orphans court then to be held and settle 
an account of their administration of the estate of the said 
decedent or show cause why they shall not be required so to 
do, and also to abide all the orders of which the said court 
shall make in this behalf and that the said court will grant 
such further and other relief as the circumstances as the case 
shall appear to require--- 

Whereupon and now to wit.- November 8th A.D. 1852 We therefore 
command you the said Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle executors 
of the last will and testament of Philip Shingle Senr, deceased 
to be and appear at an orphans court to be held at December next, 
to answer the complaints set forth in the foregoing petition, and 
settle an account of their administration of the estate of said 
decedent, or show cause why they should not be required so to do, 
and abide all orders said court shall make in this behalf, and 
herein fail not,- 

Witness the Hon Townsend Haines president judge of the said court 
this 16th day of Nov A.D. 1852 

Jas Leveney, Clerk 



>>>>>>>>>>>>> 

Admin Docket no 2 page 1185? 

Philip Shingles Estate 

Answer to Citation 

Dec 13, 1832 Rec'd and filed in Court in Answer to Citation 

Dec 14, 1832 time given until Jan term to file exception 



In the Orphans Court of Chester County 



In the Matter of the citation of Hannah Ann Wilson to the 
Executors of Philip Shingle Dec'd 



These defendants reserving to themselves all right of 
exception to the said citation for answer to the same 
say: that they believe the several facts stated in the 
said citation to be true - and further that the said 
executors on or about the seventh day of May A.D. 1850 
caused a full account of their administration of said 
estate to be prepared by an experienced accountant, and 
submitted the same to the said complaintant and a certain 
John Wanger whom she then declared to be her husband, that 
by the said accountant there appeared to be the sum of 
eighty four dollars and eighty cents coming to her by 
virtue of the said testator; that the full amount due 
her and then and there paid to her by the said executors 
and she and her said husband then and there executed 
acknowledged and delivered a release of which the annexed 
is a copy; being fully satisfied with said account. 

These representatives further say that they have now 
filed an account of their administration in the office 
of the register of the said county which is the same as 
was exhibited to the said complaintant as afore said; and 
that they herewith exhibit an account hereto which is 
substantially the same as that so exhibited as aforesaid 
and which these respondents pray may be taken and accepted 
as a part of this answer. 

And the respondents answering that the several matters and 
things herein alleged are true in manner and form as they 
have been alleged are ready and willing to have them so to 
be as this honorable court shall direct, and humbly pray to 
be hence dismissed with their reasonable costs and charges 
in this behalf most completely sustained. 

Samuel Shingle} 

Philip Shingle } executors 



by their attorney {signature not decipherable] 



>>>>> 

Chester County ss 

Philip Shingle being affirmed says that he is one of the 
executors above named & that the foregoing statement of 
facts in the above answer is true as he verily believes 

[signed] Philip Shingle 

affirmed and subscribed 

Dec 7 A.D. 1852 before me, 

John Guest 

Justice of the Peace 

>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 

[accounting from the will was attached here] 

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 

[attached here is the release signed by Hannah Wanger and John Wanger] 

(copy) 

Know all men by these presents that we John Wanger and Hannah 
his wife late Hannah Mosteller legatees and legal representatives 
named in the will of Philip Shingle late of South Coventry Township 
Chester County and State of Pennsylvania Deceased do hereby 
acknowledge that we have this day had and received of and from 
Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle Executors of the Testament and 
last will of the said Philip Shingle deceased the sum of eighty four 
dollars and eighty cents in full satisfaction and payment of all such 
sum or sums of money legacies and bequests as are given and 
bequeathed to the said Hannah by the last will and testament 
aforesaid and all interest which accrued thereinfrom. And 
therefor the said John Wanger and Hannah his wife do by these 
presents release acquit and forever discharge the said 
Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle their heirs executors and 
administrators of and from all actions suits payments 
accounts reckonings claims and demands whatsoever for or 
by reason thereof or of any other act matter cause or 
thing whatsoever from the beginning of the world to the 
day of the date of these presents. In witness whereof 
the said John Wanger and Hannah his wife to these presents 
have hereunto set their hand and seal dated the seventh 
day of May Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and 
fifty 1850 



John-his mark X- Wanger [seal] 

Hannah Wanger [seal] 



Acknowledged May 7, 1850 before John Knauer 

a Justice of the Peace in & for Chester County 



>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 

MURRAY / Shingle 

NEED from Chester Conty Bk p3 pg 172 &173 to finish 
what is on the top of p 174 re Philip Shingle 

.....claim or demand whatsoever of or in the the within 
described xxxx xxxx and xxx 82 perches of land hereditaments 
and premises within memtioned so of any part or parcel thereof 
at any time hereafter shall or may have claim or proscribe 
against the said Phillip Shinkle his heirs and assigns forever 
whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this seventeenth 
day of May A.D. 1818. Elizabeth [her X mark] Haws [seal] sealed 
and delivered in the presence of George Eastgood, xxxxxxx 
Chester County ss [seal] Personally appeared before me the 
subscriber one of the Justice of the Peace in and for said 
county above named Elizabeth Haws and acknowledge the above 
release or instrument of written 
to be her act and deed ................. 



bk n3 pg 308 Christian Nagle sold land to Philip Shingle - 1803 

bk p3 pg 174 John Haws sold land to Philip Shingle Sr- 1818 

bk i5 p 263 Samuel & Philip Shingle/ to Isaac Houck 
[Philips sr's land sold] 1849 

>>>>>>>> 

These documents show the acquisition of land by Philip 
Shingle Sr and the disposition of that land and estate by his heirs 



>>>>>>> 

bk n3 pg 308 Christian Nagle sold land to Philip Shingle - 1803 

This Indenture made the second day of April in the 
Year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and three 
Between Christian Nagle of East Nantmill Township in the 
County of Chester in the State of Pennsylvania and 
Elizabeth his wife of the one part and Philip Shingle 
of Coventry Township in the County aforesaid Cxxxxxxxxxx 
of the other, Witnesseth that the said Christian Nagle 
& Elizabeth his wife for of and in consideration of the 
sum of three hundred and fifty four pounds lawful money 
to them in hand paid by the said Philip Shingle the receipt 
whereof they do hereby acknowledge and they do 
acquit .... tract of land situate in the said Township of 
Coventry, beginning at a heap of stones in the White Horse 
Road and running thence by land of Joseph Bitting....Containing 
fifty three acres of land be it more or less 
....................[Recorded November 9, 1816] 

>>>>>>>>> 

bk p3 pg 174 John Haws sold land to Philip Shingle Sr- 1818 

This indenture made the first day of April in the 
year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and 
eighteen between Johns Haws of the township of 
xxxxx in the County of Berks and State of Pennsylvania 
blacksmith and Elizabeth hiswife of the one part and 
Philip Shingle of the township of Coventry in the 
County of Chester and State aforesaid, yeoman of 
the other part .......... containing forty six 
acres ........... for the sum of one hundred and 
eighty five dollars .... Beginning the at a white 
oak a corner of said Philip Shingle's land and thence 
by the same south.... to a heap of stones a corner 
formally Samuel Haws land now John Stonebacks thence 
by the same north..... to a heap of stones a corner 
formerly the said John Haw's land and now Jacob Harley's 
thence by the same and land of Jacob Rise [Rife/Rice] 
East thirty two .... 

>>>>>>>>> 

bk i5 p 263 Samuel & Philip Shingle/ to Isaac Houck 
[Philips Sr's land sold] 1849 

This indenture made the ninth day of April in the year 
of our lord one thousand eight hundred and forty nine. 
Between Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle executors of 
the last will and testament of Philip Shingle the elder 
late of South Coventry township Chester County and State 
of Pennsylvania deceased of the one part and Isaac Hawk 
of West Vincent Township County and State aforesaid . 
Whereas the said Philip Shingle in his lifetime and at 
the time of his death was lawfully siezed in his demisue
 ........................

Together with all and 
singular other houses outhouses buildings stables ways 
woods walkways xxxx rights liberties prviledges heredetaments 
and appurtanences whatsoever there unto belonging or in any 
wise apertaining xxxxxxxand remainders rents issues and 
profits thereof. And also all the estate right title 
interest property claim and demand whatsoeverof the said 
Philip Shingle at and immediately before the time of his 
decease in law or equity or otherwise howsoever of in and 
for all of the same To have and to hold the said Messuages 
Plantation and land of fifty five acres and forty perches 
of land hereditaments and premises hereby granted or 
mentioned or intended so to be with the appurtanences unto 
the said Isaac Hawk his heirs and assigns forever. Subject 
that the said Isaac Hawks his heirs executors administrators 
or assigns shall and will pay the sum seven dollars and 
fifty cents unto Susanna Shingle the widow of the said 
Philip Shingle deceased annually so long as she lives in 
the small house on the opposite side of the run adjoining 
said property and the said Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle 
themselves their heirs executors and assigns do severally 
and jointly nor the one for the other or the act or deed 
of the other, but each for his own asks only covenant 
promise grant and xxxx and with the said Isaac Hawk his 
heirs and assigns by these presents that they the said 
Samuel Shingle and Philip Shingle have not heretofor 
done committed or willingly suffered to be done or committed 
any matter or thing whatsoever whereby the premises hereby 
granted or any part thereof is are or shall or may be 
impeached charged or incumbered in title charge estate 
or xxxxx howsoever . ..................Dated the Day 
and year posted above written Samuel Shingle [seal] 
Philip Shingle [seal] sealed and delivered in presence 
of Nathan Micheim John Wanger recorded on the day 
of the date of the above written indenture of and 
from the above named Isaac Hawk the sum of 
one thousand five hundred dollars................ 

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Wanda Shinkle Friis   July 2003
3132   4th Street
Orlando Fl 32820

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