Jacob Leonard Powder1,2

M, b. 1730, d. 1796
     Jacob Leonard Powder was born in 1730.2,1 He was the son of John Jacob Powder.3 Jacob Leonard Powder married Margaret Boone on 31 December 1760 in Frizzelburg, Carroll, Maryland.2 Jacob Leonard Powder died on 17 December 1776.2 He died in 1796 in Carroll, Maryland.4 He was buried after 17 December 1796 in Westminster, Carroll, Maryland.2
Last Edited6 May 2016
Father*John Jacob Powder3 b. c 1704

Children of Jacob Leonard Powder and Margaret Boone

     Jacob Leonard Powder was also known as Leonard Pouder.2

Citations

  1. [S3184] U.S. and Canada Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s, Jacob Leonard Pouder
    in the U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s

    Name:     Jacob Leonard Pouder
    Arrival Year:     1730
    Arrival Place:     Pennsylvania
    Family Members:     Son Pouder, Jacob Leonard
    Source Publication Code:     7204.40
    Primary Immigrant:     Pouder, Jacob
    Annotation:     Date and port of arrival, or date and place of settlement or mention in the New World. Occupation, place of residence and information on at least one generation in America may also be provided.
    Source Bibliography:     REAMY, MARTHA, AND BILL REAMY Immigrant Ancestors of Marylanders, As Found in Local Histories. Westminister, MD: Willow Bend Books, 2000. 358p.
    Page:     187

    Source Citation
    Place: Pennsylvania; Year: 1730; Page Number: 187
    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2010.
    Original data: Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2012.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.
  3. [S2712] Ancestry.com: U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970, Jacob Leonard Pouder
    in the U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970

    Name:     Jacob Leonard Pouder
    Birth Date:     1730
    Birth Place:     Hichigh, Seas , America
    Death Date:     1796
    Death Place:     Carroll, Maryland
    SAR Membership:     46885
    Role:     Ancestor
    Application Date:     14 Jun 1928
    Father:     John Jacob Pouder
    Mother:     Leonard Pouder
    Spouse:     Margaret Boone
    Children:     Leonard Pouder

    Source Citation
    Volume: 235
    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
    Original data: Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Microfilm, 508 rolls.
  4. [S2712] Ancestry.com: U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970, Jacob Leonard Pouder
    in the U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970

    Name:     Jacob Leonard Pouder
    Birth Date:     1730
    Death Date:     1796
    Death Place:     Carroll, Maryland
    SAR Membership:     39377
    Role:     Ancestor
    Application Date:     9 Nov 1923

    Source Citation
    Volume: 197
    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
    Original data: Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Microfilm, 508 rolls.

Jacob Pouder1

M, b. 12 December 1761, d. 2 March 1842
     Jacob Pouder was born on 12 December 1761.2 He was the son of Jacob Leonard Powder and Margaret Boone.1 Jacob Pouder was buried on 2 March 1842 in Westminster, Carroll, Maryland.3,2 He died on 2 March 1842 at age 80.2
Last Edited6 May 2016
Father*Jacob Leonard Powder1 b. 1730, d. 1796
Mother*Margaret Boone1 b. 1743, d. 3 Mar 1814
     Jacob Pouder was also known as Jacob Powder.2

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Jacob Powder
    Birth:      Dec. 12, 1761
    Death:      Mar. 2, 1842

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Leonard Pouder (1730 - 1776)
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Spouse:
    Christiana Diehl Powder (1771 - 1837)*

    Children:
    Andrew Powder (1798 - 1830)*

    Siblings:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*
    David Everly (1781 - 1866)**

    *Calculated relationship
    **Half-sibling

    Burial:
    Westminster Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Jun 14, 2010
    Find A Grave Memorial# 53679166.
  3. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Jacob Pouder
    Birth:      Dec. 12, 1761
    Death:      Mar. 2, 1842
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Burial:
    Westminster Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Created by: Bobbi B
    Record added: Mar 20, 2012
    Find A Grave Memorial# 87111685.

John Sander Pouder1

M, b. 18 July 1765, d. 14 March 1837
     John Sander Pouder was born on 18 July 1765.2 He was the son of Jacob Leonard Powder and Margaret Boone.1 John Sander Pouder died on 14 March 1837 in Colerain Heights, Hamilton, Ohio, at age 71.2 He was buried after 14 March 1837 in Colerain Township, Hamilton, Ohio.2
Last Edited6 May 2016
Father*Jacob Leonard Powder1 b. 1730, d. 1796
Mother*Margaret Boone1 b. 1743, d. 3 Mar 1814

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, John Sander Pouder
    Birth:      Jul. 18, 1765
    Maryland, USA
    Death:      Mar. 14, 1837
    Colerain Heights
    Hamilton County
    Ohio, USA

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Leonard Pouder (1730 - 1776)
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Spouse:
    Elizabeth Kneiselly Pouder (1785 - 1834)*

    Children:
    Joseph Pouder (1809 - 1883)*
    Harriet Ann Pouder Ellenberger (1823 - 1893)*
    Lemuel Pouder (1825 - 1896)*
    Washington Asbury Pouder (1830 - 1831)*

    Siblings:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*
    David Everly (1781 - 1866)**

    *Calculated relationship
    **Half-sibling

    Note: This photo was taken in the 1960's by Thelma May Murphy. On 6/9/2013 Headstone was not found by Find a Grave contributor. Many of the stones in this cemetery are broken & completely degraded that we would never know if this stone is still there.

    Burial:
    Olive Branch Methodist Churchyard
    Colerain Township
    Hamilton County
    Ohio, USA

    Created by: glenda wheeler
    Record added: Jul 20, 2010
    Find A Grave Memorial# 55207555.

Margaret Boone1

F, b. 1743, d. 3 March 1814
     Margaret Boone was born in 1743.2 She married Jacob Leonard Powder, son of John Jacob Powder, on 31 December 1760 in Frizzelburg, Carroll, Maryland.3 Margaret Boone married John Everly circa 1780.2 Margaret Boone died on 3 March 1814.2 She was buried after 3 March 1814 in Frizzelburg, Carroll, Maryland.2
Last Edited6 May 2016

Children of Margaret Boone and Jacob Leonard Powder

Family: Margaret Boone and John Everly

     Margaret Boone was also known as Margaret Bohn.3

Citations

  1. [S2712] Ancestry.com: U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970, Jacob Leonard Pouder
    in the U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970

    Name:     Jacob Leonard Pouder
    Birth Date:     1730
    Birth Place:     Hichigh, Seas , America
    Death Date:     1796
    Death Place:     Carroll, Maryland
    SAR Membership:     46885
    Role:     Ancestor
    Application Date:     14 Jun 1928
    Father:     John Jacob Pouder
    Mother:     Leonard Pouder
    Spouse:     Margaret Boone
    Children:     Leonard Pouder

    Source Citation
    Volume: 235
    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
    Original data: Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Microfilm, 508 rolls.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly
    Birth:      1743
    Death:      Mar. 3, 1814

    Margaret married Leonard Pouder Dec 31, 1760 at Frizzelburg, Maryland.
    Margaret and Leonard had eight children.
    After his death in 1776, she married John Everly about 1780.
    Margaret and John had two children. (David and Margaret)
    The location of John Everly's grave is not currently known.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Leonard Pouder (1730 - 1776)*

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*
    David Everly (1781 - 1866)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    "In Memory of Margaret Everly who was born in the year 1743 and departed this life the third day of March 1814, aged 71 years."

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727562.
  3. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.

William Leonard Pouder1

M
     William Leonard Pouder is the son of Jacob Leonard Powder and Margaret Boone.1
Last Edited6 May 2016
Father*Jacob Leonard Powder1 b. 1730, d. 1796
Mother*Margaret Boone1 b. 1743, d. 3 Mar 1814

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.

Anna Maria Pouder1

F, b. 3 September 1765, d. 12 May 1831
     Anna Maria Pouder was born on 3 September 1765 in Frederick, Maryland.2 She was the daughter of Jacob Leonard Powder and Margaret Boone.1 Anna Maria Pouder died on 12 May 1831 in Frederick, Maryland, at age 65.2 She was buried after 12 May 1831 in Westminster, Carroll, Maryland.2
Last Edited6 May 2016
Father*Jacob Leonard Powder1 b. 1730, d. 1796
Mother*Margaret Boone1 b. 1743, d. 3 Mar 1814

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Anna Maria "Mary" Pouder Schaeffer
    Birth:      Sep. 3, 1765
    Frederick County
    Maryland, USA
    Death:      May 12, 1831
    Frederick County
    Maryland, USA

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Leonard Pouder (1730 - 1776)
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Spouse:
    John Schaeffer (1755 - 1828)

    Siblings:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*
    David Everly (1781 - 1866)**

    *Calculated relationship
    **Half-sibling

    Inscription:
    Sacred
    to the memory of MARY SHAFER
    who was born Septenber the 3rd
    1763 and departed
    this life March the 12th
    1851 aged 67 years
    8 months and
    9 days.

    Here the afflicted find a
    calm retreat.
    Repose and quiet
    here in silence meet;
    Here is refief for all
    that is distrest,
    And here the pain'd
    and weary are at rest.

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA
    Plot: X004

    Created by: Donna Jones
    Record added: Jun 13, 2010
    Find A Grave Memorial# 53636787.

Catherine Pouder1

F, b. 1769, d. 14 November 1839
     Catherine Pouder was born in 1769.2 She was the daughter of Jacob Leonard Powder and Margaret Boone.1 Catherine Pouder died on 14 November 1839.2 She was buried after 14 November 1839 in Silver Run, Carroll, Maryland.2
Last Edited6 May 2016
Father*Jacob Leonard Powder1 b. 1730, d. 1796
Mother*Margaret Boone1 b. 1743, d. 3 Mar 1814

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Catherine Pouder Dutterer
    Birth:      1769
    Death:      Nov. 14, 1839

    Aged 70 years, 8 months and 14 days.

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Leonard Pouder (1730 - 1776)
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Spouse:
    John Dudrer (1763 - 1847)

    Children:
    Frederick Dotterer (1788 - 1854)*
    Mary Dutterer Bowersox (1795 - 1864)*
    Conrad Dodrer (1797 - 1850)*
    Margaret Rebecca Dutterer Byers (1798 - 1838)*
    Lydia Dotterer Troxel (1804 - 1873)*
    Henry Dutterer (1806 - 1891)*

    Siblings:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)
    David Everly (1781 - 1866)**

    *Calculated relationship
    **Half-sibling

    Burial:
    Saint Marys Cemetery
    Silver Run
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA
    Plot: X128

    Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Aug 17, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 40778182.

Rachel Pouder1

F
     Rachel Pouder is the daughter of Jacob Leonard Powder and Margaret Boone.1
Last Edited6 May 2016
Father*Jacob Leonard Powder1 b. 1730, d. 1796
Mother*Margaret Boone1 b. 1743, d. 3 Mar 1814

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.

Abraham Pouder1

M
     Abraham Pouder was born in Carroll, Maryland.2 He is the son of Jacob Leonard Powder and Margaret Boone.1
Last Edited6 May 2016
Father*Jacob Leonard Powder1 b. 1730, d. 1796
Mother*Margaret Boone1 b. 1743, d. 3 Mar 1814

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Leonard Pouder
    Birth:      1730
    Death:      Dec. 17, 1776
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Leonard Pouder was the son of Jacob and Mary (Leonard) Pouder. He was born at sea en route to America aboard "The Joyce". His mother died in childbirth and was buried at sea.

    He married Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly on Dec 31, 1760 in Frizzelburg, Maryland.

    He was one of the organizers of Kreider's Union Lutheran and German Reformed Churches in 1763.

    His farm was named 'Spinning Wheel' farm. It was located on Pipe Creek, Carroll County, Maryland.

    Leonard and Margaret Pouder had eight children. (Jacob, John Sander, William Leonard, Anna Maria, Catherine, Rachel, Andrew, Abraham)

    He signed his will in German on Dec 3, 1776 and it was filed at Frederick, Maryland on Sept 11, 1797. This was about 20 years after his death and about the time his youngest child, Abraham, came of age.

    He apparently die of wounds received in the Revolutionary War. He signed his will on Dec 3 1776 and died on Dec 17, 1776.

    According to family history, Leonard Pouder was buried on the family farm because the winter was so bad they could not get to the church cemetery. The farm is no longer in the family and the grave must have been moved to the cemetery.

    The early spelling of the family name was 'Powder'. Leonard used the name 'Powder' in all church and court house records and signed his will 'Powder'.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly (1743 - 1814)

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    All that is carved into the stone is "1776" with the sevens written backwards.
    E-mail received 2/7/2013 about headstone:
    I Am 90 years old and the gt,gt,gt, gt grandson of Leonard Pouder. In 1968 I had the stone removed from Spinning Wheel with the permission of the owner, Sterling Robertson. Prior to that the Maryland coroner attested that no remains were found- the stone had evidently been moved to facilitate farming and was then in the backyard of a new house. The work was done by Matthias Memorials in Westminster and included transferring a symbolic bucket of soil . Leonard ( who had been born at sea in 1730) had pledged to Kreiders in 1763 and the cemetery agreed to accept the stone. After his death in 1776 his widow, Margaret Bohn, married John Everly. Room was found next to her grave and I had bronze plaques made for Margaret and Leonard.
    George Pouder

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727496.
  2. [S2712] Ancestry.com: U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970, Abam Pouder
    in the U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970

    Name:     Abam Pouder
    [Abraham Pouder]
    Birth Place:     Carroll County, Maryland
    SAR Membership:     39378
    Role:     Ancestor
    Application Date:     9 Nov 1923
    Father:     Jacob Leonard Pouder
    Mother:     Margaret Boone
    Spouse:     Nancy Dougherty
    Children:     Leonard Andrew Pouder

    Source Citation
    Volume: 197
    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
    Original data: Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Microfilm, 508 rolls.

John Everly1

M
     John Everly married Margaret Boone circa 1780.1
Last Edited6 May 2016

Family: John Everly and Margaret Boone

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Margaret Bohn Pouder Everly
    Birth:      1743
    Death:      Mar. 3, 1814

    Margaret married Leonard Pouder Dec 31, 1760 at Frizzelburg, Maryland.
    Margaret and Leonard had eight children.
    After his death in 1776, she married John Everly about 1780.
    Margaret and John had two children. (David and Margaret)
    The location of John Everly's grave is not currently known.

    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Leonard Pouder (1730 - 1776)*

    Children:
    Jacob Powder (1761 - 1842)*
    Anna Maria Pouder Schaeffer (1765 - 1831)*
    John Sander Pouder (1765 - 1837)*
    Leonard Pouder (1767 - 1833)*
    Catherine Pouder Dutterer (1769 - 1839)*
    David Everly (1781 - 1866)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    "In Memory of Margaret Everly who was born in the year 1743 and departed this life the third day of March 1814, aged 71 years."

    Burial:
    Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery
    Westminster
    Carroll County
    Maryland, USA

    Maintained by: glenda wheeler
    Originally Created by: Joe & Linda (Ashley) Con...
    Record added: Nov 23, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 44727562.