John Michael Quickel1

#721, b. 25 July 1721, d. 18 December 1787
John Michael Quickel|b. 25 Jul 1721\nd. 18 Dec 1787|p721.htm|John Christophel Quickel|b. c 1683|p719.htm||||Jost Quickel|b. 14 Dec 1641|p1932.htm|Catharina Unknown|b. c 1643|p1933.htm|||||||
  • Birth*: John Michael Quickel was born on 25 July 1721 at Brandau, Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany.2,3
  • He was the son of John Christophel Quickel.1
  • (Witness) Immigration: John Michael Quickel witnessed the immigration of John George Quickel and John Philip Quickel on 19 October 1736 at Courthouse, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, US; 37 Foreigners from the Palatinate, who, with their families, making in all 110 persons, were imported here in the Brigantine John, of Perth Amboy, George Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam but last from Dover, as by Clearance thence, were this day qualified as usual, whose names were as follows:
    Johan Phillippus Quickell,
    Johan Michal Qnukle,
    Johan Georg. Quickle.4
  • Marriage*: John Michael Quickel married Barbara Miller on 26 July 1741.5
  • Marriage*: John Michael Quickel married Barbara Snavely on 2 July 1761 at First Reformed Congregation, Lancaster, PA, US.6,7
  • Death*: John Michael Quickel died on 18 December 1787 at age 66.2
  • Burial*: He was buried after 18 December 1787 at Quickel's Cemetery, Conewago, York, PA, US; Age: 66-4-23.2
  • Will*: He left a will on 29 July 1788 at Dover, York, PA, US; Quickel, Michael. Jul. 10, 1785. Executors: Henry Mathias and John Kochenour. Dover Township. Wife: Barbara Quickel. Children: John, Michael, Barbara wife of --- Krider, Elizabeth wife of Michael Kreider, Maria wife of Conrad Ensminger, Catharine wife of Jacob Barr, Anna, and Baltzer. Stepson and daughter: Henry Bohmer, and Mary wife of Philip Miller.8

Family 1: Barbara Miller b. 1739, d. b 1761

Family 2: Barbara Snavely b. c 1739, d. 18 Apr 1802


  1. [S8] Quickel Family History (,pg 3; The Historical Society of York County, 250 East Market Street, York, York, PA, US.
  2. [S111] Cemetery Survey, York County, PA (250 E. Market Street York, PA 17403: York County Heritage Trust); The Historical Society of York County.
  3. [S297] One World Tree, Family Trees (Database online: Provo, Utah:, ID: I136 Ray Nagle - cites e-mail from Carol Swinehart, Columbus, OH, 15 Jul 1995.
  4. [S121] PA Archives, Ship Passenger Lists for Dover, pg. 138 (, pg 138 List 43C.
  5. [S24] Caspar Stover, Caspar Stover's Records (; The Historical Society of York County.
  6. [S297] One World Tree, Family Trees (Database online: Provo, Utah:, ID: I147 Ray Nagle - cites Lancaster Co, PA Church Records of 18th Century, F. E. Wright, 1994, pg 16.
  7. [S707] Cynthia Swope, Within the Vines - Bentz Family Study ( Cynthia Swope, 2003).
  8. [S706] Lineages Inc. comp., York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819 (Database online: Provo, Utah: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000);, Provo, Utah, UT, US.
  9. [S12] Transcribed Church Records (Dover, York County, PA: Strayer's (Salem) Reformed Church); The Historical Society of York County.