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In reply to Gerald Waybright's posting:
The Weybrecht/Weybright/Waybright farm is located at 1099 Landis Valley Road, Lancaster, PA, per Chapter 9, Page 69, Vol I, of ONE LINE OF DESCENT IN THE WAYBRIGHT FAMILY, by Evelyn M. & Roger J. Waybright, 1981, reprinted 1996 as WEYBRECHT /WEYBRIGHT /WAYBRIGHT by Stephen Calvert, where it is stated that stone house was built circa 1741 in Manheim Township about 3 miles NE of Lancaster. From the center of Lancaster go North on North Lime Street to US Hwy 222 (Lititz Pike), then North on US 222 (Lititz Pike) a few blocks to Oregon Pike (State Road 272), then right on Oregon Pike, go 2 or 3 miles until just past Landis Valley Inn on the right, turn right on Landis Valley Road and go about 1 mile to the entrance on the left to the private dirt road that leads to the old stone house at 1099 Landis Valley Road.
Re: the passport of Martin Weybrecht I (whom you refer to as SR.), a full transcription in German with full English translation is found in Vol. II of the same book at pages 21 and 22.