|A/K/A:||Henry Apgar, Henry Apker|
|Died:||19 October 1832|
|Buried:||Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Alexandria Township, NJ|
|Notes:||Heinrich has not been fully researched since he has proven hard to trace. He left his native Cokesbury and purchased land in Alexandria Township, Hunterdon County, NJ, largely to escape the Allen and Turner domains. From there, Heinrich went to Philadelphia, and ran a hotel. In 1791, his two oldest sons were able to be independent, so Heinrich returned to his native Hunterdon. He bought 100 acres of farm land in Palmyra on 30 March 1791. Palmyra is a very quiet village near Everittstown in Hunterdon County.
Here, Henry and Anna Maria settled down to farming, had several more children and attended the church at Mt. Pleasant in Alexandria Township. Heinrich Apker, as he was known while in Pennsylvania, has shown up in the records of the "Federal Land Series", Volume 2, 1799 - 1835, by Clifford Neal Smith, published 1973. In his four volumes on this topic, C.
|Mother:||Anna Eva Schaefer|
|Family 1:||Anna Maria Nixon|
|Family 2:||Mary Groendyke|
|Married:||22 January 1818|