Bouvier & Kauffman Families

Michael Loy

Person Chart

Parents

Father Date of Birth Mother Date of Birth
Mathias Loy 22 Feb 1706 Cathrine Anna Maria Kumpf 27 Feb 1710

Person Events

Event Type Date Place Description
Birth 02 Jul 1740 Greenwich, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage 1762 Greenwich, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, United States
Religion Lutheran
Death 19 Jul 1823 Loysville, Perry County, Pennsylvania, United States
Burial Lebanon Lutheran and Reformed Churchyard, Loysville, Perry County, Pennsylvania, United States

Facts

Fact Description
Fact MILI @N215@

Notes

The town of Andesville (originally called Red Hook) was built on a portion of a tract of land purchased by him in October 1788, and sometime after 1842, the name was changed to Loysville in honor of him.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 65
page 182 (DAR ID Number: 64519):

Michael Loy (or Lei) (1740-1823 DAR: A069120)
PAID SUPPLY TAX 1781

Also see DAR ID: 738682
Michael married Margaret Lambert about 1762, and resided in Berks County between Kutztown and Reading.
Cofounder of Lebanon Lutheran Church, Loysville, Pennsylvania.
Michael was a son of Mathias Ley and Anna Maria Kemp, German immigrants who landed in Philadelphia in 1733.
During the American Revolution, Michael served as a Private in Captain Abraham DeHuff's Company of the Pennsylvania Battalion of Musketry, and in Samuel John Atlee's Company, encamped near King's Bridge.

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