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Re: Noah Seip Berks Co. PA. 1800's
Posted by: Jean (Seip) Daub Date: February 18, 2000 at 19:36:09
In Reply to: Noah Seip Berks Co. PA. 1800's by Bill Lantz of 139

My g-g-grandfather was Noah Seip of Greenwich Township. He also owned land in Albany Twp. He was born in 1812 in Weisenburg Twp., Lehigh Co. PA. and died in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co. in 1875. The other names you mention are not familiar to me, perhaps they were neighbors. Noah also had a son named Noah Brobst Seip born in 1844.


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