Flinchbaugh's in Conestoga TWP,
Lancaster County

This is some of our Flinchbaugh ancestors that moved to the Lancaster side of the Susquehanna River in the early 1830's
(not my direct-line ancestors)
Decendants of Henry K. Flinchbaugh
Henry K. Flinchbaugh was born in York Co, Pa, and died in Lancaster County Pa.
He married Hannah W.?  She was born in 1811 in Lancaster Co. Pa and died 1879 in Lancaster Co Pa.
Henry K Flinchbaugh buried in Conestoga United Methodist Church, Conestoga Twp, Lancaster Co, Pa.  Census 1850 Lived in Conestoga Twp Lancaster Co, Pa
Military GAR
Occupation 1850; Mill Wright in Conestoga Twp., Lancaster Co, Pa.
Children of Henry and Hannah(?) Flinchbaugh are:

Amos K. Flinchbaugh born 1832 in Lancaster County
died 1844
Buried Conestoga United Methodist Church

Aaron U. Flinchbaugh born 1837 in Lancaster died 1866 in Lancaster
buried in Conestoga United methodist Church
Occupation: 1860 Mill Wright

Adam R. Flinchbaugh born in lancaster Co, Pa
died 1856 in lancaster Co Pa
buried Conestoga United Methodist Church

Susan Flinchbaugh born abt. 1845
Lancaster Co Pa

Frederick Henry Flinchbaugh born 1847 in Lancaster County Pa died 1910 in Lancaster Co Married Amanda (?) Flinchbaugh
buried Conestoga United methodist Church Conestoga Twp
Occupation: Wheel Wright in Conestoga Twp Lancaster Co Pa

Fanny Flinchbaugh born 1850 in Lancaster Co, Pa
buried Conestoga United Methodist Church

Lydian Flinchbaugh born 1852 in Lancaster Co Pa
died 1862 in Lancaster Co, Pa
buried Conestoga United Methodist Church Conestoga Twp

The Conestoga United Methodists Church in Conestoa Twp.
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

The Church was organized in the year 1856, Henry Flinchbaugh was one of the original members
Newer gravestone of
Henry K. Flinchbaugh and his wife Hannah W (?)  GAR Marker for Henry
and there sons and daughters.
Amos K.  Aaron U.  Adam R.  Fanny and Lydian
Frederick Flinchbach (Flinchbaugh) born 1847 died 1942 his wife Amanda (?)
In the records of the  Lancaster County Historical Society the Book entilted Historical Atlas of Lancaster County -1875.   The records show that Frederick Flinchbach was in possesion of both his deceased father's property as well as the one he owned in 1875
Frederick was a Wheel Wright, everyone knows about the Conestoga Wagons did Frederick help to build these?
This plaque is in Conestoga Twp.  Henry worked as a Mill Wright, is this where he worked at one time?