Birthabt 176037065,37066
Birth MemoWFT Est 1742-1764?
Death MemoWFT Est 1785-1837?
Spouses
Birth1750, Fort Seybert, Pendleton County, WV37070,37063,37064,37065,37066,37067,37068,37069,37071,37072,37073,37074,37076,37077,37084
Birth MemoAugusta Co? abt 1757? abt 1745?
Undefined176437085,27517
Undefined Memofreed from the Indians
Residenceca 1768, Augusta County, VA27518
Reside MemoStraight Creek, now Highland County
Census1810, Pendleton County, VA37074
Tax List1822, Pendleton County, VA32581
Tax List Memonow Highland Co. (exempt)
Death MemoWFT Est 1786-1841? 1791?
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
Military
MD Genealogical Records Committee s1 v0615885
Pg 56 Montgomery County established 1776 from Prince George’s County, Patriots Oath 1778, Mar Court 1778
List of persons taken oath bef different magistrates returned to Montgomery Court /s/ Gerrard Briscoe (Returns)
44. George Seybert
Research
1810VAPendletonNoTwp429 George Seybert 1M <10, 1M 45+, 3F 16-26, 1F 26-45, 1F 45+ (Who is Female 26-45? Another daughter?)
Marriage21 Jan 1781, Frederick County, MD37063,37064,37065,37067,37069,37071,37077,37086,37083
Marr MemoMontgomery County, MD?
ChildrenElizabeth J. (1786-1844)
Last Modified 29 Sep 2015Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore