1. Michael FADELY
Was said to have arrived at the port in Philidelphia sometime around 1719.
Michael acquired his first land in 1730, in an area called "Falckner'sSwamp", in Lower Pottsgrove Township in Philidelphia County, the townshipis in the Northwest corner of the present Montgomery County. Source:"The Maiden family of Virginia and allied families"
The first Fadely, Michael, came to Montgomery County, PA from Germany.Luthern church records show that Michael, wife Elizabeth and six childrenwere living in New Hanover Twp., about 1740. The church records alsoshow that Michael was a Dunkard, the Dunkards came from Westphalia toPhilidelphia in the year 1719. Michael #2, one of the six children, wasliving in Montgomery Co., PA during the time of the American Revolution.He was the father of nine children. The family moved onward to StoneyCreek, Shenandoah County, VA.
Michael #3 was the father of eight or more children. Source: MaryCampbell
Michael's will was made January 27, 1770, and probted 7 March 1770,onfile in Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia. His last name on thiswas spelled Fiadly.
Her last name may be Kolb. She may have been a Luthern.