Bantley, Gottlob Philip

Birth Name Bantley, Gottlob Philip
Birth Name Bantly, Gottlieb
Gender male
Age at Death 77 years, 4 months, 21 days


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1804-12-14 Kircheim unter Teck, Donaukreis, Wurttemberg, Germany Birth of Bantley, Gottlob  
Death 1882-05-04 Scalp Level, Cambria, Pennsylvania, USA Death of Bantley, Gottlieb  


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Bantley, Philip1764
Mother Schrag, Wilhelmina
         Bantley, Gottlob Philip 1804-12-14 1882-05-04


Family of Bantley, Gottlob Philip and Schrag, Rosina

Married Wife Schrag, Rosina ( * 1811-06-05 + ... )
Name Birth Date Death Date
Bantley, Gottlieb Theodore1834-08-291908-01-20
Bantley, Charles Augustus1836-12-201902-07-22
Bantley, Theodore Philip18401864-09-14
Bantley, Herman L.1843-10-141918-01-04
Bantley, Christoph John1845-12-031911-05-20
Bantley, William G.18501889-05-31


Gottlieb Bantlin - New York Passenger List, November 30, 1857, age 53


Bantle - Bantlin - Bantley - Bantly Family

Philip Bantle and Wilhelmina Schrag, our Elder Parents,

They were born, lived & died in Kirscheim unter Teck, Koenigreich, Württemberg, Germany
Their son, Gottlob Philip Bantley and his six son’s,
Gottlieb Theodore,
Charles Augustus,
Theodore Philip,
Herman L.,
Christopher John, &
William G. Bantley
Immigrated to the United States through the Port of Departure - Le Havre, France
Port of Arrival - District New York -- Port of New York
1854 & 1857
under the name of Banlin and became United States citizens in the 1860’s


As noted in Gottlieb P. Bantley’s will, dated 19th day of April, A.D. 1882: Fourthly, I direct, that, if I depart this life at Scalp Level, Cambria Co., Pa., and be buried in the Evan. Luth. Church Grave Yard near by, that one hundred dollars be paid out of my estate, for the purchase of a bell for the use of said Church, as I had directed in my former will, made 18th April 1877.


Burial: Mt. Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Paint Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania

Occupation: Tanner, Master Miller