3066. Johann CALLENDER (COLLANDER, COLENNER, COLENDER, KOHLENTER) was born between 1698 and 1700 in Obergimpern (Baden-Württemberg), Germany.2007,2008 He appeared in the census in 1731 at the German Village. with his wife, 1 child and 1 Negro slave. The final mention of Jean Callender appeared on a list of landowners after 1731. According to the list, he acquired his property by possession (which implied that they were granted title by nature of working the land).2009 He was a Juryman (in Germany). Maria XX and Johann CALLENDER (COLLANDER, COLENNER, COLENDER, KOHLENTER) appeared in the census on 12 November 1724 at German village of Hoffen in (St. John the Baptist Parish), Louisiana, USA. They appeared in the census in 1726 at Des Allemands. They were married.
NOTE: Johann Callendre and Maria XX cannot be confirmed as the parents of Catherine Callendre below (who married André Trégre). Since Johann (Jean in French records) is listed as 26 years of age on 1724 German Coast Census, he was likely born c1698. This would indicate that he could not have been the same Joannis Kohlenter who began having children in 1710 with his wife, Maria, because he would have only been about 12 years of age. Therefore, it's more likely that Jean Callandre from the 1724 census was the brother of Catherine Callender/Callendre who married Trégre. It is possible that the Joannis Kohlenter and his wife, Maria were the parents of both Catherine and Jean (from 1724 census) and the four children born in Obergimpern were the younger siblings of Catherine and Jean. Requires more investigation.