I have seen references to Fort Seybert and Sivers' Fort that make me think they may be one and the same--the location and the time period are right.
I have also seen the following: "Jacob Seybert (Siver)".
In one history of early frontier life in Virginia, Elizabeth Sivers, Catherine Sivers and Margaret Sivers are listed as Augusta Co. citizens taken as captives in 1758--are these the Seybert daughters of Jacob and Elizabeth Seybert as mentioned in Message #174? It would be an amazing coincidence if they are not.
Has anyone seen anything that would connect Seybert to Seaver(s), Seiver(s), Siever(s), Sever(s), Siver(s)?
I am researching the Seaver (all the spelling variations just mentioned) family of southwest VA and northeast TN. I have long suspected that they are of German descent and not related to the Seaver family of New England.
Any information will be appreciated.
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