Facts and Events
Jacob Huffer (Hoffer) was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records of Jacob Huffer (Hoffer) in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 162.--20th August, 1789. Valentine Fauber's will, farmer--To son, John, home plantation, 180 acres, joining Wm. Kennerley, T. Dock; to other children, to wit: Eldest son Christian, son Valentine, son Jacob, son, Peter, daughter Susannah Sieg, daughter Magdalena Weitzel. Executor, son John. Teste: Evan Jones, Jacob Hoffer, Paul Seig, Jacob Stiegel. Proved, April Court, 1795, by Jones and Hoffer.
- Page 315.--29th May, 1798. Frederick Michael's will--To wife, Elizabeth, to live with son Christian; to six sons, viz: John Michael, Christian, George, Jacob, Frederick, William, 100 acres each; saw mill on John's tract; to daughters. Executors, son John and son-in-law Henry Simman (?). Teste: C. Percy, John Percy. Proved, 18th September, 1798, by the Percys and Jacob Hoffer.
Married in Schwartzwald Reformed Church, Exeter Township, Berks county, Pennsylvania