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Clemens (Clementz) Dunkelberger
Berks County, Pennsylvania, February 12, 1776

Clemens or Clementz Dunkelberger was the father of  Catrina or Catharina  Dunkelberger, who married Andrew Winegar, a son of Nicholas Winegar. One of Andrew's granddaughters was Catherine Wininger (or Winegar), wife of John A. Wineinger. John and Catherine are buried in Shiloh Cemetery, Dubois County.

In the name of God; Amen. The twelfth Day of February, 1776.

I, Clemens Dungelberger! of the township of Windsor, County of Berks, and Province of Pennsylvania, farmer, being sick and weak in body but of Perfect mind and memory, thanks be given unto God for the same, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner following: After my just debts are fully paid and discharged, that is to say,

First, I give and bequeath to my son Clemens Dungelberger and to his heirs and assigns forever all that my Plantation or tract of land where I now live on in Windsor township aforesaid, containing two hundred akers of land. He, my son Clemens, to pay to my exeeutors the sum of four hundred seventy Pound, lawfull money of Pennsylvania . . . . thirty pound the 27th lJay of May in the year of our Lord 1777, thirty pound on the 27th Day of May in the year 1778 and so on thirty pound lawfull money on the 27th Day of May yearly till the sum of four hundred and seventy Pounds are fully paid.
Secondly, my will is that my son-in-law Andrew Wininger and his wife Catharina shall make no demand against my executors for I have given them their full shear.           
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Thirdly, my will is that my son-in-law John Derk and his wife Mary shall make no demand against my ex-ecutors for I have given them their full shear.

Fourthly, I give and bequeath to my son John Dungelberger the sum of thirty pound lawfull money as aforesaid to be paid to him out of the first payment as aforesaid.

Fifthly, I give and bequeath to my son Frederick Dungelberger the sum of thirty I'0und lawfull money as aforesaid to be paid to him out of the second payment.

Sixthly, I give and bequeath to my son Christopher Dungelberger the sum of thirty pound lawful money as aforesaid to be paid to him out of the third payment.

Seventhly, I give and bequeath to my son-in-law Michael Derk and to his wife Elizabeth the sum of twenty pound lawfull money as aforesaid and a good fetherbed to be paid to them out of the fourth payment. 

Eighthly,1 give and bequeath to my son Philip Dungelberger the sum of thirty pound lawfull money as aforesaid to be paid to him out of the fifth payment.

Ninthly, I give to my daughter Sevela the sum of twenty pound lawfull money as aforesaid and a good fetherbed to be paid to her out of the sixth payment.

Tenthly, I give to my daughter Magdalena the sum of twenty pound lawfull money as aforesaid and a good fether bed to be paid to her out of the seventh payment.

Eleventhly, I give and bequeath to my daughter Dorothia the sum of twenty pound lawfull money as aforesaid and a .good fether bed to be paid to her out of the eighth payment.

Twelfthly, I give to my beloved wife Ann Mary the sum of fifty pounds to be paid to her in one year after my death. I give it to her freely to do with (as she pleases?) and yet the remainder after my wife's decease my will is that it shall be divided amongst my children shear and shear alike.

Lastly, I appoint and nominate my trusty friends George Hower and Jacob Rausch as my sole executors of this my last will and testament, in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year ___ above written.

Signed and sealed and published by the said Clemens Dungelberger as his last will. and testament in the presence of

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