Birth MemoWFT Est 1729-1749?
Undefined5 Oct 1795, Pendleton County, VA27597
Undefined MemoWitness to the Bond of Rachel Seybert & Jacob Seybert, administrators of Henry Seybert (his brother-in-law)
Land Sold1 Aug 1791, Pendleton County, VA38427
Land Sold Memo95 ac to James Janes on the head of Straight Creek, a branch of the South Branch adjoining Nicholas Sibert; part of 131 ac patented 1 Jun 1782 for ₤30. VA
Land Sold1 Aug 1791, Pendleton County, VA38428
Land Sold Memo144 ac to George Keitz on the headwaters of Straight Creek, adjoining Janes’ home place; part of 192 ac patented 15 Apr 1789. Consideration: ₤30
Death MemoWFT Est 1761-1820?
FatherWilliam Janes (ca1720-)
MotherPaine (ca1720-)
Misc. Notes
In the grand juries of Pendleton during the first decade of its history, we find the following Highland representation: William Janes17475

Pg 55 Footnote 6: Two of the sisters of Nicholas Seybert married men named Janes, who were also Revolutionary officers. Information from S. Beverage - 193633527
Birth Memoabt 1745?
Undefined Memofreed from the Indians
Death MemoWFT Est 1760-1840?
Alias/AKAPeggy, Margaret38425,38420
FatherJohan Jacob Seybert (1716-1758)
MotherMaria Elisabetha Theiss (1721-1758)
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

Children of William Janes and Margaret Seybert:33600
William, Henry, John, Edward, Elinor, Elizabeth, Margaret

Pg 35 Margaret Seybert & William Janes children:33528
William Janes
Henry Janes
John Janes
Edward Janes
Elinor Janes
Elizabeth Janes
Margaret Janes
Not listed as child of Jacob Seybert & Maria Eilsabetha Theiss21086 Addendum 2/2004
Marriageabt 1770, Senaca, Frederick County, MD38408,38413
Marr Memoabt 1774?
ChildrenHenry (ca1771-1804)
Last Modified 22 Feb 2012Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore