Cunread Kunders 1
- Born: 17 May 1678, Krefeld Germany
- Marriage (1): Ann Klincken in May 1704
- Marriage (2): Anne Burson on 12 Aug 1721 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
- Died: 1747, Worcester Township, Montgomery Co, PA at age 69
Other names for Cunread were Conrad Theissen and Conrad Tyson.
Was naturalized February 20th, 1713, to hold and enjoy lands.
He had six children, all sons, named respectively, Anthony, Henry, James, John, Joseph and Dennis, all of whom married and had children except John and Joseph. Many of his descendants emigrated to Virginia.
Noted events in his life were:
• Will: WILL OF CUNRAED CUNRAEDS, 2 Feb 1747, Worcester, Philadelphia County, PA. 2 WILL OF CUNRAED CUNRAEDS
Be it known unto all whom it may Concern that I Conrad Conrads of Worcester in the County of Philadelphia Yeoman being in my usual Health having my memory and Understanding sound and perfect under a Grateful Sense thereof do consider the Uncertainty of Human Life and wherefore I make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament this Eleventh day of the Second month in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty Seven (in the following manner and form) (viz.) Imprimis. I will that all my just Debts which I shall owe at the time of my decease Together with my funeral Expenses with other necessary Charges in regard to the Administration of my Estate be duly paid and Discharged by my two sons viz Henry Conrads and James Conrads whom I also constitute and Depute to be sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. 2dly I give and bequeath unto my Eldest son Anthony Conrads the sum of Five Shillings Lawful Money of Pennsylva Payable to him by my sd Executors within One month next from the Day of my Decease. 3dly I give and Devise unto my said son Henry Conrads the One hundred acres of Land which I Bought of Anthony Morris by ye Metes and Bounds thereof Together with three acres more to be Divided by Parallel Lines out of the Upper End of my Great Meadow now cleared below my Barn Together with all and singular the Buildings Improvements Rights Members and Priviledges whatsoever belonging to the said Two Tracts of Land to be Held Possessed and Enjoyed by my said son Henry his Heirs and Assigns from the day of my decease thence-forward and forever. 4thly I give and devise unto my son James Conrads all the Residue and remaining part of my Lands Tenements and all the Rights Priviledges thereupon to be Held Possessed and Enjoyed by my said son James his Heirs and Assigns from the Day of my Decease thence forward and forever, sly I give and bequeath unto my Son Joseph Conrads Forty pounds Lawfull Money of Pennsylvania payable by my Son Henry when my youngest son Denis arrives or should arrive to Twenty one years of age. 61y I give and bequeath unto my son Denis Conrads the sum of Twenty Pounds Lawfull Money of Pennsylva Payable by my Son Henry when the said Denis arrives to Twenty One years of age. 7ly Whereas my son John Conrads is not capable to manage his own affairs in a prudent manner to Advantage wherefore I think needful and do hereby give and bequeath Forty Pounds Lawfull money of Pennsylvania payable by my son James (when the said Denis arrives or should arrive to Twenty One years of age) into the Hands of my said sons (viz) Anthony and Henry who shall dispose of the said Forty Pounds and every part thereof in the most necessary and beneficial maimer & to and for the use of my said Son John as to them shall seem meet. Sly I give and bequeath unto my said son Denis another sum of Twenty Pounds Lawful money of Pennsylvania Payable by my son James when the sd Denis arrives to Twenty One years of age. gly I give and bequeath all and singular my Personal Estate to be Equally Divided between my two Sons (viz) Henry and James when they see it convenient after my Decease finally revoking and Disannulling all former and other wills Testaments Legacies and Executors by me in any wise before this time Willed named and Bequeathed Ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and seal dated the Day and year first above written.
CUNRAD CUNRADS. [Seal.]
Signed sealed and Declared by the sd Conrad Conrads (that the before written is his Last Will and Testament) in the presence of us the subscribers Robert Jones Wm Jones Margaret Jones.
[Proven loth March 1747.]
Cunread married Ann Klincken, daughter of Aret Klincken and Niske Jenson, in May 1704. (Ann Klincken was born on 4 Jun 1683 in Toppenburk, Germany and died before Aug 1721.)
Cunread next married Anne Burson on 12 Aug 1721 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA.