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Barn

91 feet long by 36 feet wide. Built using a style known as Bindwerk - essentially wood siding. Number of floors uncertain. Constructed prior to 1758.

Coal Shed

24 feet long by 20 feet wide. Wood frame. Constructed prior to 1752.

Joseph

1715-1781. Born in Guinea. Lived at Christiansbrunn with his wife Hannah and daughters on tax lists from 1773-81.

Ludwig Biefel

1752-1797. Born in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Worked as a farmer and in the cellar.

Martin Freyhube

1720-1813. Born in Olesnica, Poland. Worked as a waggoner, cobbler, a farmer, and in the distillery.

Johann Nicolaus Funck

1720-1795. Born in Neuendorff, Germany. Worked as a plantation worker, a headmaster, and a cellar master.

Georg Wenzeslaus Golkowsky

1725-1813. Born in Cieszyn, Poland. Worked as a carpenter, an accounting officer, and a land surveyor.

Phillip Jacob Hoeger

1728-1796. Born in Friesach, Austria. Worked as a tailor master and a sick warden.

Johann Adam Huth

1737-1802. Born in Hanau, Germany. Only had one arm; worked as a farmer.

Anna Liebisch

1713-1770. Born in Zauchtenthal, Moravia. Married to Martin Liebisch and lived with her family at Christiansbrunn. Worked at an orphanage.

Paul Micksch

1763-1836. Born in Bethlehem. Worked as a smith salesman. Entered, and crossed out, on 1781 tax preparation list.

John Rogers

1722-????. Born in Portsmouth, England. Worked as a sailor.

[Samuel Saxon]

1724-????. Born in Chamber Hills, England. Worked as a barber and a farmer

Anna Catherine Schmidt

1727-1762. Born in Heidelberg, Pennsylvania. Worked as a missionary to Native Americans. Lived with his wife and children (three in 1756) at Christiansbrunn.

Johan Jacob Stotz

1748-1800. Born in Lauffen, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Germany. Worked as a leather worker and on the farms.