Information to the settlement in Jülich:
Information to the everyday life of our forefathers with his miseries, joys and monotony
|Both sons of the Johann Philipp CANTON (* ~1698, oo Maria Eva Kus, her mortal date is not known) the Johann Christoph Canto and Johann Heinrich Canto from Schloßböckelheim/ Waldböckelheim marry in 1750, after three-year-old soldier's time under the law, in Jülich the Lower Rhine and settle here. Documents of Aloys Josef CANTO [JL01]|
The last whereabouts of the wife of the Johann Philipp who could not be determined Maria Eva Kuss, up to now. Here Johann Philipp marries on 01.01.1749 the Eva Regina Steffens in the second marriage. His mortal date is not known.
Dukedoms Jülich and Berg belong by hereditary result since 1614 to Pfalz-Neuburg and since 1685 to the Kurpfalz with occasional residence in Düsseldorf (" Jan Willem ") H. Probst in 1984, page 44, 45 [RP07].
Moreover specified from the documents of the Aloys Josef Canto, in 1970 [JL01]:
Johann Philipp C a n t o trusts with Maria Eva K u ß
oo on 15.10.1714 at Waldböckelheim
1.) Maria Magdalena, bapt. 29.6.1715,
marries 10.2.1756 the widower Johann Burckart at Waldböckelheim
2.) Peter, bapt. 9.11.1717, Maria Sophia Trapp marries 23.2.1740,
+16.2.1773 at Talböckelheim, 5 children in 1742-52
3.) Johann Christoph, bapt. 27/2/1721
4.) Johann Heinrich, bapt. 16/4/1724
5.) Andreas Elias, bapt. 6.7.1727,
Godfather: Andreas Elias Kuss, villicus Domini a Schellhardt, Sobernheim.
Both brothers Johann Christoph (miles dimmisus) and Johann Heinrich appear in Jülich where they marry on 17.5 or 21.6.1750 respectively.
Aloys Josef Canto also refers to several writings of the state archive Koblenz with interesting information to the person and residential building of Franziscus Canton which I could not inspect, however, in the original yet.
Also to the "relations manorial" from Jülich-Berg and the Palatinate Aloys Josef Canto interesting things has written down:
Historical notes to period since 1685:
The office Sobernheim with Wald- and Talböckelheim was added by Elector Friedrich of the Palatinate, "to the victorious", 1471 Palatinate. In 1685 the line Zweibrücken Simmern becomes extinct with Karl II. There follows the line Zweibrücken-Neuburg which were since 1614 men of Jülich-Berg.
At Böckelheim and Jülich governed therefore since 1685 the same sovereign.
In 1742 the line Pfalz-Sulzbach with Elector Karl-Theodor followed in the Palatinate and in Jülich. In 1673-1715 the office Böckelheim was sequestered by the emperor.
Maybe they were call up for the military service, because Johann Christoph is called in his certificate of marriage in Jülich "miles dimissus" (dismissed soldier).
Elector Johann Wilhelm had remitted on 16.3.1697 an order after which young men are to be approached to the military service. On 17.1.1745 an order was remitted once more after which young people are to be call up between 15-30 years to the military service. They had to serve 3 years and 3 months, but, they got no marriage permission. (Scotti, Jülich-Berg I page 229)