Birthabt 1743, Tulpehocken, Berks County, PA38357,38358,38373,38359,38360,38361,38362,38363,38364,38365,38366,38367,38368,38374
Birth Memo1741?
Undefined28 Apr 1758, Fort Seybert, Pendleton County, WV37075
Undefined Memosold to the French and taken to Canada
Undefined176138375,38372
Undefined Memofreed from the Indians
Residence1768, Frederick County, MD38376,38375
Land Sold3 May 1769, Augusta County, VA38377,38378
Land Sold Memo210 ac to John Blizzard for £200 land originally patented to John Patton Jr
Residenceabt 1777, Highland County, VA38379
Reside Memoa few miles south of Ft Seybert
Land Purchase1780, Highland County, VA38380,27518
Purchase MemoStraight Creek, adj himself, 233 acres
Land Purchase1780, Highland County, VA38381
Purchase MemoStraight Creek, adj himself - P. 1781, 180 acres
Land Purchase1781, Highland County, VA38382
Purchase MemoStraight Creek - n. Monterey - P. 1782, 294 acres
Land Sold1781, Highland County, VA38383
Land Sold MemoStraight Creek - P. 1782 - sold to Geo. Evick, 317 acres
Undefined20 Nov 1783, Augusta County, VA30006
Undefined MemoJohn Gum Sr agt Nicholas Seybert & Peter Hull - continued until next court
Land Purchase1786, Highland County, VA38384
Purchase MemoHightown, 1420 acres
Land Purchase1788, Highland County, VA38385
Purchase MemoStraight Creek, 110 acres
Land Purchase1788, Highland County, VA38386
Purchase MemoCrabbottom, 530 acres
Land Purchase1788, Highland County, VA38387
Purchase MemoStraight Creek - n. Evick, 300 acres
Land Purchase1788, Highland County, VA38388
Purchase Memo4 mi east of Monterey, VA on Straight Creek on County Route 629
Land Purchase1789, Highland County, VA38389
Purchase MemoCrab Run, 130 acres
Tax List5 Jul 1790, Augusta County, VA38390
Tax List Memo1 Tithe, 1 Horse
Tax List21 Jul 1791, Bath County, VA38391,38392
Tax List Memo1 Tithe, No Slaves, No Horses, No Studs
Tax List19 May 1792, Bath County, VA38393
Tax List Memo2nd District, 1 Titheable, 1 Horse
Land Sold25 Jun 1793, Highland County, VA38394
Land Sold Memo4 mi east of Monterey, VA on Straight Creek on County Route 629
Land Sold3 Nov 1794, Pendleton County, VA38395
Land Sold Memo244 ac to Michael Fox in Crab Apple Bottom, between and adjoining Michael Fox and Joseph Hevner; part of 1020 ac patented (date blank). Consideration:₤87, VA.
Tax List1795, Bath County, VA38396
Tax List Memo1 Titheable, 1 Horse
Tax List1796, Bath County, VA38397
Tax List Memo1 Titheable, 1 Horse
Will Filed10 Aug 1812, Pendleton County, VA27520
Will Filed MemoWill dated
Deathbef 5 Apr 1813, Pendleton County, VA38357,38358,38398,38399,38359,38360,38361,38362,38363,38365,38400
BurialHighland County, VA38399
Burial Memo1 mi West of Forks of Waters on road leading to Crabbottom, VA, Near Old Seybert & Arbogast cemetery
Will Filed5 Apr 1813, Pendleton County, VA38401,38402
Will Filed MemoWill proved
Occupationowned a Tavern, or Inn at Fredericktown, MD38376
FatherJohan Jacob Seybert (1716-1758)
MotherMaria Elisabetha Theiss (1721-1758)
Never married
Misc. Notes
From story in the Pendleton Times Newspaper: On 28 Apr 1785 ... The six Seybert children were taken captive. The eldest son, Nicholas, was sold to the French and taken to Canada, where he escaped in 1761. The others were released in 1764.27553,27554

Pg 54 Will Book 3 pg 238-239:20332 10 Aug 1812. Will of Nicholas Seybert. Whole estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally among the children of my brother George, brother Henry, sister Elizabeth, sister Catharine, and sister Margaret. Executor to make deeds of conveyance to all who have just claims. Executor: nephew Jacob Seybert. Signed: Nicholas Seybert. Witnesses: Jacob Havnor, Adam Havnor, Adam Stephenson. Proved by witnesses, 5 Apr 1813
Pg 150 Will Book 4 pg 158: 16 Jul 1813. Appraisal of a further part of the estate of Nicholas Seybert. No total. Not signed. Recorded 5 Jan 1819
Pg 150 Inventories 4 pg 158-160: 16 Apr 1813. Sale Bill of Nicholas Seybert. Purchasers: Matthias Benson, John Beverage, John Bird, Adam Boyer, Adam Bumgardner, James Burk(?), Abraham Gum, Samuel Gibson, Becky Gum, Isaac Gum, Jacob Gum, Mary Gum, Leonard Hammer, Miss Hays, Daniel Hefner, Adam Hull Sr., Adam Hull Jr., John Janes, Wm Janes, Hopkin Jones, Thomas Kinkead, John Lance (?), Daniel Moore, John Peck, Jacob Reintzel, Jacob Sybert, Wm Seybert, John Sharrot, Lennard(sic) Wade, Michael Webright. Includes Bible. No total. Not signed. Recorded: 5 Jan 1819.
Pg 150 Inventories 4 pg 161-162: 16 Jul 1813. Sale Bill of a further part of the estate of Nicholas Seybert. Purchasers: Leonard Boyer, Benjamin Eagle, John Gall Sr, Samuel Gibson, Abraham Gum, Edward Janes, Henry Nicholas, Jacob Seybert, Otha Wade. Includes notes on Philip Ramer; George Waldrum, assignee of George Caplinger, due 7 Oct 1796; James Rine, Leonard Wade, Jacob Winebright, George Hays, Edward Burress, John Propst. No total. Not signed. Recorded: 5 Jan 1819
Pg 150 Inventories 4 pg 162: 26 Dec 1814. Sale Bill of the lands of Nicholas Seybert. Purchasers: Jacob Seybert (tract adjoining Peter Hull at Straight Creek); John Gall Jr (tract in town of Woodsburg); Saml Gibson (2 tracts in town of Woodsburg); Robert Hayslet (tract adjoining Gibson, this sold 30 Dec 1818). No total. Not signed. Recorded 5 Jan 1819.
Pg 157 Inventories 4 pg 276-277: 20 May 1819. Settlement of the estate of Nicholas Seybert, with Jacob Seybert, executor. Payments to H. Seybert and M. Seybert, John Propst, Jacob Hull, Wm Crawford, A Kee, H Simmon (on deed of trust), Mathias Benson, Wm McCoy, Peter Simon, Adam Halterman, Jane Grim, Jacob Gum, Sally Hays, George Hays, Otho Wade (preaching the funeral), Isaac Gum, Edward Janes, Adam Hul, Thomas Kincaid, Adam Hevner, Wm Janes, John Sitlington, Sheriff, Clerk, re: George Waldren (note cannot be collected). Jhn H. Payton, recording deed (from heirs of Mustoe) for the estate, Mary Kee. Balance: $764.43. Signed: Jno Sitlington, Peter Hull. Recorded: 7 Mar 1821.

Pg 52, 28 Apr 1758 The captives whose names are known were Nicholas Seybert33527
Military
BeverageHome00437.tif Loc 4mi east of MontereyVA on StraightCreek on county Route629.HistoricalSignificance:NicholasSeybert.. He was also a First Lieutenant in the Augusta Militia of 1779.2095

GrvNichSeybert00356.tif Loc 1 mi West of Forks of Waters on the road leading to Crabbottom,VA. (Nicholas Seybert) was a First Lieutenant in the Muster Roll, Captain Hull's company, Second Battalion, Augusta Militia, 1779, according to the original paper in his own handwriting.2095

"Peter Hull, Capt. 1777, and as such commanded a troop of cavalry in Yorktown. ,\luster(sic) roll of his company, 2nd Battalion, Augusta County Militia, 1779, taken from a list written by Lt. Seybert, and given in Morton's History of Highland County, Virginia. Privates: Isaac Gum, Jacob Gum, William Gum. 721238

8. Maria Elizabeth Theiss Notes: Nicholas Seybert became a soldier in the Revolution27554

VA Militia in the Revolutionary War:1482
1. PART II Virginia's Share in the Military Movements of the Revolution page 148 Muster roll of his company Second Battalion, Augusta militia, 1779. Taken from the list written by Lt. Seybert, and given in Morton's History of Highland County (Va.)
2. PART II Virginia's Share in the Military Movements of the Revolution page 148 Nicholas Seybert, First Lt. Jacob Hoover, Ensign.
3. PART III Virginia's Share in the Military Movements of the Revolution page 184 Seybert, Nicholas, F. L., S. March 16, 1778--under J. McCoy.

Revolutionary War Officers38403
Fifteenth VA pg 490 Seybert, Nicholas (MD). Ensign 1st MD Battalion of the Flying Camp, Jul to Dec 1776; 2d Lieutenant 7th MD, 20 Feb 1777; dropped 4 Jul 1777.

Pg 55 Nicholas Seybert went into the Rev War from MD, was a Lieutenant, but dropped out there, & later joined a VA regiment (S: Heitman F G, Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army, 1893. p. 362. Chalkey: Vol 1, p. 202)33527

Part II VA Militia Pensioners1482
Pg 147 Section No. 180 Hull, Peter. - Captain, 1779 and as such commanded a troop of cavalry in Yorktown campaign.
Pg 148 Muster roll of his company Second Battalion Augusta militia, 1779. Taken from the list written by Lt Seybert, and given in Morton’s History of Highland County (VA).
Peter Hull, Captain
Nicholas Seybert, First Lt
Henry Fisher, Second Lt
Jacob Hoover, Ensign
Part III VA Militia Officers
Pg 184 Seybert, Nicholas, First Lt, Sworn into office 16 Mar 1778 under J. McCoy

Pg 27 John Jacob Seibert Family: Nicholas Seibert In 1780 he was a lieutenant in the Berks Co militia. Pg 50 Berks Co Nicholas Seibert Lt 1780 - Capt John Anspach33531 (same Nicholas?)

Partial List of Early Settlers Revolutionary Soldiers & Graves of Augusta County Soldiers located to date32065
Image47of84 Capt Peter Hull’s Co 1781, Capt Peter Hull 1779 commander of troop of Cavalry at Yorktown Campaign:
Lt. Nicholas Seybert
Research
Not listed as child of Jacob Seybert & Maria Eilsabetha Theiss21086 Addendum 2/2004

Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in VA22538 (Same Nicholas? Father is Jacob but Frederick Co MD?)
Deed Bk No. 16 Pg 494: Pg 184 3May 1769 Nicholas Sybert (Seybert), eldest son and heir at law of Jacob Sybert, deceased of Frederick Co MD to John Blizard, L200, 210 acres on southernmost branch of South Branch of Potowtnack, part of 2,643 acres patented to Robert Green, 12th January 1746, and by him conveyed to John Patton Jr, 5th November 1747, and by him conveyed to said Jacob Seybert, 21st May 1755; corner Rodger Dyer. Teste: Mathew Patton, James Dyer, Adam Lock, Robert Minnis, Delivered: Daniel Smith, September 1770.

Pg 114 Seybert Cemetery, Seybert Hills Farm: Nicholas Seybert No dates, MD 2nd Lt., 7th MD Bn. Rev25610 (Him? from MD?)
Last Modified 27 Nov 2015Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore