Person:Henry Seybert (4)

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Henry Seybert
d.10 OCT 1795
m. 26 FEB 1738/39
  1. Nicholas Seybert1741 - 1813
  2. Henry Seybert1743 - 1795
  3. Margaret Seybert1746 - aft 1801
  4. Catharina Seybert1748 -
  5. George Seybert1750 -
  6. Elizabeth Seybert1753 -
m. ABT 1772
  1. Elizabeth SeybertABT 1773 -
  2. James SeybertABT 1778 -
  3. Rachel SeybertABT 1780 -
  4. Margaret SeybertABT 1783 -
  5. Anna SeybertABT 1785 -
  6. Henry SeybertABT 1787 -
Facts and Events
Name Henry Seybert
Gender Male
Birth? 30 NOV 1743 Prob. Tulpehocken Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Marriage ABT 1772 to Rachel Trail
Death? 10 OCT 1795

Henry Seybert was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Henry Seybert Taken Captive by Indians in 1758

Henry Seybert is listed as being taken captive by Indians in the "Ft. Seybert Massacre" on 28 April 1758 in Augusta (later Pendleton) County, Virginia (later West Virginia), which is mentioned in the Indian Attacks of 1755-1758 in Augusta County of settlers killed or captured by "the enemy" (most likely Shawnee Indians being spurred on by the French) in Augusta County.