Family of Johann Adam Heidel & Eve Schnarberg
Johann Adam Heidel was born Abt. 1670, and died 1720 at Lorient, France.
Wife Eve Schnarberg was born (unknown), and died (unknown). They were married in Germany.
Their children were:
1- Barbe Heidel b: Abt. 1698; d: 1729 in the Natchez Massacre in LA
+Jean George Betz d: Bef. 1728 New Orleans, LA
*2nd Husband of Barbe Heidel:
+Gaspard Dilly m: 12 January 1728 St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, LA
2- Catharina Heidel b: Abt. 1700
3- Ambros Heidel b: 15 November 1702 Neunkirchen, Wurzburg, Germany (baptism: 15 November 1702 Neunkirchen, Wurzburg, Germany with his twin); d: Bet. 1767 - 1774 Edgard, St. John, LA
+Anne Marguerite Schaaf b: Abt. 1706 France; m: Abt. 1722 Louisiana; d: December 1778 Edgard, St. John, LA; burial: 10 December 1778 St. John Baptist, Edgard, LA
4- Kaspar Heidel b: 15 November 1702 Neunkirchen, Wurzburg, Germany (baptism: 15 November 1702 Neunkirchen, Wurzburg, Germany with his twin)
5- Johann Matthias Heidel b: 20 September 1705 Neunkirchen, Wurzburg, Germany
6- Johann Casparus Heidel b: 4 November 1707 Neunkirchen, Wurzburg, Germany
Notes for Johann Adam Heidel:
- On the 14 November 1720 list of families aboard Les Deux Freres, at Lorient, France is found Ambroize Aidle, Mathieu, his son; Barbe, his daughter; and Catherine his other daughter. (Ambroise is actually the brother of Mathieu, Barbe and Catherine.) For some unexplained reason the mother of Ambroise Heidel was separated from her children as she is listed as having embarked on the Charente. Perhaps the reason for the separation is that Johann Adam Heidel was ill and unable to board Les Deux Freres with his children. Or, it is possible that he was originally on board and had to disembark, which would explain why Ambroise is listed as the head of the household and the father. His father probably died at Lorient and Ambroise's mother arrived alone in Louisiana aboard the Charente.
Parents of Johann Adam Heidel - unknown
Parents of Eve Schnarberg - unknown