NameJohann Jacob Trites Jr. 116, 6G Uncle, M
Birth11 Feb 1755, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania84,105,116
Christen24 Aug 1755, St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, Germantown (Philadelphia), Pennsylvania116
Chr Memowitnesses: Bastian and Anna Barbara Neff
Death1803, Westmorland County, New Brunswick106
FatherJacob Treitz Sr. , M (1726-1792)
MotherMaria Christiana (Christina) Gmelin , F (ca1716->1792)
1Rosanna Ricker , Spouse of 6G Uncle, F
ChildrenIsaac , M (ca1776-)
 Abraham , M (1779-1836)
 Elizabeth , F (1780-1865)
 Reuben , M (1785-)
 Catherine , F (ca1787-ca1847)
 Margaret , F (1790-)
 Hannah , F (1791-)
 Lydia , F (1793-)
 Jacob , M (1794-1869)
 Amos , M (1798-)
Notes for Johann Jacob Trites Jr.
Jacob is listed as a “Constable” and “Assessor” and “Collector of Taxes” in Moncton in 1786.117

On June 16, 1795, he was summoned before the Grand Jury in the case of “The King vs. Jacob Tritz [sic]” in which “The Grand Jury present[ed] Jacob Tritz in feloniously stealing one hoe the property of Donald McDonald.” He was found “Not Guilty”.118

Jacob’s last name gradually became anglicized to Trites.
Probate records
Early New Brunswick Probate Records 1785-1835; by R. Wallace Hale; Heritage Books, Inc.; Page #461: "Trites, Jacob. Parish of Moncton, Westmoreland County.; Yeoman. Intestate. Administration granted 6 Nov 1803 to the widow Rosannah Trites and Abraham Trites. Fellow bondsman Abraham Trites, Jr., yeoman, all of Moncton." 106
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