Ann Maria Coblentz1

#4234, (say 1775 - )
Father*Philip Coblentz1 (s 1729 - b 1806)
Mother*Elizabeth _____1 ( - c 1822)


Jacob Hesson b. 1746
Marriage*She married Jacob Hesson, son of Balthasar Hesson and Susanna Margretha Coblentz.2 
Ann Maria Coblentz was also known as Mary.3 
Her married name was Hesson.2 
Birth*say 1775She was born say 1775 at Pennsylvania or MarylandG.3 
Probate10 June 1806She or a representative received a distribution from the estate of Philip Coblentz on 10 June 1806 at Frederick Co., MarylandG, as Mary; (Distribution.)3 


  1. [S488] Frederick County Maryland Chancery Court Index and Abstracts 1761-1850, online \…\, WOLFE, MILLER, WESTFALL vs COBLENTZ and HESSON- Petition to Sell - 14 May 1814 [MSA S512- 5801; 1/37/2/85-5689; 2 folders]
    Philip COBLENTZ d/ intestate, leaving 9 children,
    - Magdalena (Coblentz) w/o Peter WOLFE
    - Elizabeth (Coblentz) w/o Peter MILLER
    - Louise (Coblentz) w/o John WESTFALL
    - John COBLENTZ - Ohio
    - Jacob COBLENTZ
    - Philip COBLENTZ
    - Catherina (Coblentz) w/o Baltzer HESSON
    - Barbara (Coblentz)
    - AnnMaria (Coblentz) w/o Jacob HESSON. Hereinafter cited as Frederick Co. MD Chancery Court Index 1761-1850.
  2. [S1008] Maryland State Archives, online, Anna M. (Coblentz) Hesson identified as the spouse of Jacob Hesson. Guide to Government Records > 60. Chancery Papers Index > MSA S512-5801. Date: 05/14/1814. Description: 5689: Peter Wolfe, Margaret Wolfe, Peter Miller, Elizabeth Miller, John Westfall, and Louise Westfall vs. Jacob Coblentz, Philip Coblentz, Barbara Coblentz, Catherine Hesson, Baltzer Hesson, Anna M. Hesson, and Jacob Hesson. FR. Petition to sell Ohio, Black Oak Levell, Addition to Shuors Bottom. Recorded (Chancery Record) 94, p. 312 and 98, p. 10. Location: 01/37/02/051. MdHR Number: 17,898-5689-1/2.
  3. [S1274] Maryland, Register of Wills Records, 1629-1999; images (not indexed). Prerogative Court, Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland, online, Frederick Co., Administration Accounts 1806-1809, vol. 1, img. 57/278. Handwritten transcription. Final account of Philip Coblentz and Balser Hesson, administrators of Philip Coblentz, deceased, given 10 Jun 1806. One-third to the widow, £156.10.7; two-thirds in equal shares of £34.17.5 to each or representatives: Catherine, Elizabeth, Barbara, John, Magdelena, Louice, Jacob, Mary and Philip. [Probably the birth order.]