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Re: Books about the SEYBERTS
Posted by: Barbara Ray Date: December 29, 2000 at 16:06:19
In Reply to: Re: Books about the SEYBERTS by Sarah Swisher of 235

Hi, great to hear from you, this is what I have. Nickel Seubert (9th great) born 1586 Diedelkoph Germany, died 1666 in Eitzueller, Saarland, Germany. Married Mary or Marie Mayer, son Hans Seubert is my 8th great. He had a son named Abraham, this is great as I do not have any children of Nickel but my Hans

Yes, I do show that Anna Johanna remarried after her husband Christopher stoffel Seubert died. His name was Henry (Lawrence) Lorentz in 1736. I show that they all came to American (Anna, Henry, Elizabeth, Jacob and Wendel) on the ship Davy in 1738.

I show that Henry Lorentz was killed by Indians March 16, 1757 and that Anna Johanna Seubert Lorentz was killed along with her son Jacob and his wife at Fort Seybert, WVa., April 26, 1758 in an Indian massacre. Captain Jacob Seybert's 6 children were taken captive. The Indian's were Shawnee and the chief's name was Killbuck.

I found this information documented on Pendleton County WVa history.

Thanks for getting back with me and I look forward to hearing from you again.

Barbara Ray


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