States: Missouri: Chariton
There are not very many people with the surname of CLAYBERG and its spelling variations. I believe that they all come from the same line who was in PA and then moved to OH to IL to MO and other states. Abraham CLAUBERG (CLABERG, CLAYBERG, etc.) was b. abt. 1789 probably in PA. His wife was Mary. They had a son named Jacob b. March 11, 1814 Fairfield Co., OH. In 1816 this family moved to Richland Co., OH. Isaac CLAYBERG (CLABERG, etc.) b. May 12, 1822 Richland Co., OH was also a son of Abraham and Mary (I believe this to be true, but don't have proof yet). Maria CLAYBERG b. Oct. 2, 1818 Richland Co., OH. She m. John WOOD. Maria is a sister of Jacob CLAYBERG above. There is a Joseph CLAYBERG (CLABERG) b. 1796 who immigrated in 1816 to Richland Co., OH. I don't know if he was a brother of Abraham or how he fits in. I had thought that parents of "my" Jacob CLAYBERG were Isaac CLAUBERG (CLAYBERG, CLABERG, CLAYBURG) b. 1781 Germany - d. April 5, 1863 and Susanna LIEBHART (LIBHART) b. Feb. 20, 1782 York Co., PA and d. 1851 Richland Co., OH. "My" Jacob CLAYBERG was b. Sept. 23, 1809 PA and he m. Elizabeth KELLER(?). Children of "my" Jacob CLAYBERG were: 1) Isaac b. 1832; 2) Rachel b. 1833; 3) Mary b. 1836; 4) George William b. 1837; 5) Eliza A. b. 1841; 6) **Nancy Jane b. Dec. 11, 1841 -- THIS IS MY LINE; 7) Sarah Elizabeth b. 1844; 8) Amanda b. 1858; 9) Rose b. 1876. My CLAYBERG line was in Fulton Co., IL in 1840; Fulton Co., IL in 1850; Chariton Co., MO in 1860's and on. Would like other researchers of this surname to contact me so we can straighten out who's who, as there were several named Jacob, several named Isaac, and so on. Were Abraham (b. abt. 1789), Isaac (b. 1781) and Joseph CLAUBERG (b. 1796) all brothers who immigrated to the US from Germany? Lisa
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