Bindnagel?, Anna Sabina

Birth Name Bindnagel?, Anna Sabina
Gender female

Narrative

Miley researcher, Carolyn Shearer, suggests that Anna Sabina Miley's maiden name may have been Bettle or Beedle, based on some witnesses at the baptisms of the children.
"Sponsor: Michael Baettle and his wife" in the Early Lutheran Baptism records. "Baettle" is clearly anglicization of German "B├Ąttle"
Another witness was "John and Regina Bindnagle" in 1733 birth of daughter Anna Sabina Miley. They are Johannes Bindtnagel and Maria Regina Mantz who had a daughter named Anna Sabina Bindtnagel in 1733 and a son Martin in 1736. Obviously very close to the Martin Meyli family! More likely, the wife of Martin Meyli was a sister of John and daughter of his parents, Adam Bindtnagel and Catherine Haug, born in Germany (1700-1715). Johannes Bindnagel was born in Ehrstadt, Kraichgau, Germany

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth about 1700      

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Bindnagel?, Adam
Mother Haug?, Catherine
         Bindnagel?, Anna Sabina about 1700

Families

Family of Miley, (John) Martin and Bindnagel?, Anna Sabina

Married Husband Miley, (John) Martin ( * 1691-02-07 + 1770-10-00 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage before 1733 Lebanon, PA    
  Narrative

Miley is the anglicized version of Meyli or Meylin or Meili.

Said to have immigrated in 1710 -
"Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s"
Name: Martin Miley aka "Martin Meili"
Year: 1710
Place: New Castle, Delaware
Source Publication Code: 1640.45
Primary Immigrant: Miley, Martin
Annotation: Date and port of arrival. This ship is also discussed in They Called It Strasburg; 18th and 19th Centuries, by Charles D. Spotts, and Don Yoder's Rhineland Emigrants (indexed in PILI 1991 as no. 9968).
Source Bibliography: DOHNER, DUDLEY. "The Ship Maria Hope." In Mennonite Family History (Elverson, PA), vol. 11:2 (April 1992), p. 64.
Page: 64

Note: Hans Meili arrived with him. The settlers of Lancaster Co, PA were Mennonites or Amish -
http://www.800padutch.com/amishhistory.shtml

Longer account here in "Historical Papers and Addresses of the Lancaster County Historical Society. (PA)"
http://books.google.com/books?id=EhcVAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA31&lpg=PA31
some dates are different; says Martin's wife was Barbara (1672-1742) and had a son Martin b.1714 d. 26 Dec 1742 ! and Hans, but specifically says that Martin from Zurich, Switzerland arrived in Pequea 1710. "Rupp says Martin Mylin's aged father, Hans, came over in 1710, but there is no proof of this that we know (Rupp, pg74). He was not mentioned in the warrants." [Israel Daneil Rubb, "History of Lancaster County...", 1844.]

dates and children from family researcher Irene Brunet. Daughter Sabina mentioned in his will. Johannes found in Early Lutheran Baptism records.

Early land record in Lebanon County, PA: "Miley, Martin, 400; June 7 1738"

  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Miley, Anna Sabina1733-09-02
Miley, Elizabeth1733-11-07
Miley, Johannes1735-01-26
Miley, (John) Martin Jr1737-07-251801
Miley, Samuel1739-03-161802-07-26
Miley, Henry1742-01-16before 1787-03-28
Miley, John George1743-10-211797-10-25