Philip Jacob Spade

Male - Bef 1799


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  • Name Philip Jacob Spade 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 7 Jan 1799  Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I141  Oler
    Last Modified 12 Aug 2019 

    Family Maria Clara Ohler,   b. 1 Jun 1773, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, British America Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 8 May 1791  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Henry Spade,   b. Bef 7 Jan 1799, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. John Spade,   b. Bef 7 Jan 1799, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Susannah Spade,   b. Bef 7 Jan 1799, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 2 Jun 2019 
    Family ID F78  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Documents
    1791 Marriage Record for Mary Oler and Philip Spade
    1791 Marriage Record for Mary Oler and Philip Spade
    Names: Philip Spade and Mary Oler
    Marriage Date: 8 May 1791
    Marriage Place: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
    St. Paul's Church Episcopal
    1794 Baptism of Phillip Ohler
    1794 Baptism of Phillip Ohler
    Phillip, son of Philipp Ohler and wife Catharine, b. 26 Dec 1793, bapt. 25 Jan 1794.
    Sponsors: Philipp Spaet and wife Maria.

    18th Century German Lutheran Church of Philadelphia, vol. 3, pg. 698

    Note: Godparents Philip and Maria Spaet: Mary Spaet (Spade, Spayed) is the half sister of Philip Ohler (1776), the father of this Philip
    1794 Philadelphia City Directory for Philip Spade
    1794 Philadelphia City Directory for Philip Spade

    Archive.org, Vol 1794: The Philadelphia Directory, p. 145
    1795 Philadelphia City Directory for Jacob Spaight
    1795 Philadelphia City Directory for Jacob Spaight

    Archive.org, Vol 1795: The Philadelphia Directory, p. 14
    1796 Philadelphia City Directory for Philip Spade
    1796 Philadelphia City Directory for Philip Spade

    Archive.org, Vol 1796: The Philadelphia Directory, p. 173
    1797 Philadelphia City Directory for Jacob Spaight
    1797 Philadelphia City Directory for Jacob Spaight

    Archive.org, Vol 1797: The Philadelphia Directory, p. 170
    1798 Philadelphia City Directory for Jacob Spaight
    1798 Philadelphia City Directory for Jacob Spaight

    Archive.org, Vol 1798: The Philadelphia Directory, p. 133
    1798 Court Record for Philip Ouler
    1798 Court Record for Philip Ouler
    July Sessions

    Commonwealth vs Philip Ouler

    Ass[aul]t and Batt[er]y on Adam Karkmen
    Defendant & Philip Spade cor. Ald: Jennings April 14, 1798 lent each in £15 for the appearance of Defendant
    Recog[nizances]. Forfeited July 5, 1798 [meaning Philip did not appear back in court]


    Philip Ouler and Philip Spade each paid Ald: Jennings £15 on 14 April 1798 for the appearance of Philip Ouler in court at a later date. He did not show, so the money was forfeited 5 July 1798.

    FamilySearch.org, Court docket, 1789-1837, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mayor's Court, Docket 1796-1807, film 972958, p. 251, img 150
    1798 Court Record for Philip Oule
    1798 Court Record for Philip Oule
    July Sessions

    Before Alderman Jennings:

    Philip Oule and Philip Spade
    April 14, 1798 each held in £15 for Ouler appearance to answer []
    forf[eite]d July 5, 1798


    On 14 April 1798 Philip Ouler and Philip Spade each paid Alderman Jennings £15 for Philip Ouler to appear in court at a later date. He did not show, so their money was forfeited on 5 July 1798.

    FamilySearch.org, Court docket, 1789-1837, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mayor's Court, Docket 1796-1807, film 972958, p. 253, img 151
    1799 Administrators Granted for Probate of Jacob Spade
    1799 Administrators Granted for Probate of Jacob Spade
    7 January 1799, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Jacob and Cath Sink were the administrators of Jacob Spade's probate.

    Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993
    1799 Administration Bond for Probate of Jacob Spade
    1799 Administration Bond for Probate of Jacob Spade
    7 January 1799, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Administrators: Jacob Sink and wife Catharine
    Also listed: William Robinson Jr. and George Omensetter

    Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993

    1799 Inventory of Jacob Spade's Estate
    1799 Inventory of Jacob Spade's Estate

    Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993
    1799 Inventory of Estate of Jacob Spade
    1799 Inventory of Estate of Jacob Spade
    8 January 1799, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    William Robinson and George Omensetter appraised the estate of Jacob Spade. Signed 25 January 1799.

    Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993
    1800 Orphan Court for Jacob Spade
    1800 Orphan Court for Jacob Spade
    8 January 1800, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Jacob Sink, administrator for the deceased Jacob Spade, petitioned the court to sell Jacob Spade's frame house and lot of ground to pay for debts. Jacob Spade left behind 3 minor children.

    FamilySearch.org, Orphans' Court records 1719-1856 ; Index 1719-1938, film 21848, p. 205-206, img 385-386
    1801 Orphan Court Record for Philip Ohler (1)
    1801 Orphan Court Record for Philip Ohler (1)
    Writ of Partition Estate. Philip Ohler
    20 Feby 1800
    Orph. Court: 19 June 1801
    JD Cose
    JB Smith present
    D Jackson
    Received in the office on the 15th: June 1801
    J Jr
    [ ] under advisements on motion of Mr Jn. Read
    1801 Orphan Court for Philip Ohler (2)
    1801 Orphan Court for Philip Ohler (2)
    The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    To John Brown, Samuel McFerren, Michael Baker Andrew Thatcher, John Waggoner, John Binder and Daniel Miller ------------------- Greeting
    Whereas at an Orphans Court held in [fold] for the City and County of Philadelphia on Friday the twentieth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and one,. The Petition of Jacob Landlayer and Hannah his wife, one of the Daughters of Philip Ohler decreased was presented and read setting forth.
    That the said Philip Ohler the Father of the said Susannah died Intestate leaving a widow and the following children besides the said petitioner Susannah Landlayer, to wit a son named Philip are the following GrandChildren, Henry Spayd, John Spayd, and Susannah Spayd, children of Mary Spayd another daughter of the said deceased, who had nitermarried with Spayd – That the said Philip Ohler at the time of his death was {sured} of the following described Estate situate in the City of Philadelphia, viz. Item messuager of Tenements, and lot or piece of ground on the Southside of Vine Street between Delaware fifth and Sixth Street in the City of Philadelphia containing in breath East and West twenty feet, and in length ninety five feet, bounded Eastward by ground late of Christopher Hood, Southward by a thirteen feet wide alley intending unto Sixth Street Westward of ground late of John Lefevre, and northward by vine Street aforesaid. _ Wherefore the Petitioners prayed the Court to award an Inquest directed to you several persons herein before named, You being chosen by and with the consent of all the partners interested in the premises, to view the said Land and premises and to make partition thereof among the said widow children and grand children, aqreeably to an[fold] of anemsbly in such case made and provided. Purvid[fold]
    1801 Orphan Court for Philip Ohler (3)
    1801 Orphan Court for Philip Ohler (3)
    The same can be done without prejudice to or spoiling the whole, if not make a valuation thereof.
    Thereupon the Court upon due consideration do award an Inquest directed to You the several persons here in before named agreeably to the prayer of the said Petitioners, to make partition of the Real Estate hereinbefore described, having due respect to the Quantity and quality of the said premeses, provided the same can be soparted and divided without prejudice to and spoiling the whole, otherwise to value the same, and that such partition or valuation so by You distinctly and openly made, You have before our Justices of the Orphans Court for the City and County aforesaid at the next orphans court to be holden in and for the said City and County to wit on the twentieth day of March now just ensuing, under Your respective hands and seals, and have you then there this wist.
    In Testimony whereof Witness John D Core Esquire at Philadelphia the twentieth day of February One Thousand Eight hundred and one.
    By the Court John Pollard for John Beckley C.O.C.
    We The Subscribers appointed by the Honorable Court to Devide the property – therein Mentioned and find we Can Not- devide the same without Spoiling the whole We- therefore on Mature Examination do Value the property at – One- Thousand Pounds as witness our hand the 11th day of June 1801
    John Browne N L
    Saml Macfirrem
    Michael Baker
    AW Thatcher
    John Wagner
    John Bender
    Danl Miller

    The heirs of Philip Ohler, Sr. petition the court to allow division of the Vine Street property. Again, the Court rules that the property cannot be divided.
    Heirs of Philip:
    His widow
    daughter Susannah, wife of Jacob Lautenschlaeger
    son Philip
    daughter Mary, wife of ___ Spade
    grandchildren Henry, John and Susannah Spade

    1801 Orphan Court Record for Philip Ohler (4)
    1801 Orphan Court Record for Philip Ohler (4)
    Philip Ohler
    Return of valuation confirmed and Citation awarded to Jacob Sink and Catharine his wife late Cath: Ohler the widow of the decd. [crossed out] and to Philip Ohler the eldest son and to George Houser Guardian of the minor Children of Mary Spayd the eldest daughter of the decd to show cause why the Estate should not be awarded to the eldest son or in case of his refusal to the daughter in succession