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Re: Books about the SEYBERTS
Posted by: Sarah Swisher Date: November 28, 1999 at 16:51:21
In Reply to: Re: Books about the SEYBERTS by Les Sybert of 235

Les, This person does not fit your date, but I believe there was a Bernard Seybert at Briar Creek, along with Sebastian.

In 1791-4, (can't read it), Evan Owen deeded land to Bernard Seybert and others for the German Lutheran Church. (Sebastian's son Bernard would have only been 13 or so).

On a 1797 map, there is a Widow Seybert living in Foundryville, across from the Iron Factory. One account said Sebastian and Barney worked together at the Iron Factory.

A Bernhardt Seuber, a Johann Jacob Seibertt, and Johann Wendel Seibertt were on board ship "Davy", Oct. 25, 1738. A Bernhardt Seuber also was born 6-2-1709, at Wolfers-Weiler, Saar, son of Hans (Johann) Jacob and Anna Kuntzer. He m. Anna Margreth Wommers, 2-18-1738.

Your Bernard is definitely not Sebastian's son, born 1788? He m. Charlotte Engle, etc.


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