Person:Martin Schaub (1)

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Martin Schaub
m. abt. 1710
  1. Jacob Schaub1714 - 1772
  2. Martin Schaub1721 - 1792
m. 1746
  1. Rudolph 'Big Rudy' Schaubabt 1749 - 1815
  2. Magdalene Schaub1749 - 1827
  3. Leonard Schaubabt 1751 - 1831
  4. Jacob Schaubabt 1755 - 1791
  5. Martin Schaub1767 - 1849
Facts and Events
Name Martin Schaub
Alt Name Martin Shobe
Gender Male
Birth[1] 27 July 1721 Wittenburg, Basel, Switzerland
Christening[1] 27 July 1721 Wittenburg, Basel, Switzerland
Marriage 1746 Benken, Switzerlandto Elizabeth Heyer
Death[1] 1792 Hardy County, Virginia

Martin Schaub was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Survey in Augusta County

  • Martin Shobe, 130 acres, South Branch of Potomack. April 11, 1761. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 4].


Records of Martin Schaub in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Conrad Carr and Madelina, his wife, vs. Martin, Rudolph and Leonard'Shobe--O. S. 55; N. S. 19--Bill filed in Hardy 1797. In 1792 Martin Shobe died testate, leaving four sons and one daughter, viz: Martin, Rudolph, Leonard, Jacob and Madaline. Martin Shobe, Sr's. wife was Elizabeth. Jacob died in 1791. Alexander Simpson, aged 54 years, deposes in Petersburg 11th June, 1796. John Heaton (Hetten), aged 46, deposes in Petersburg 11th June, 1796. Leonard Hyer, aged 45, deposes in Petersburg 11th June, 1796. John Baker, aged 25 or 26 years, deposes in Petersburg 11th June, 1796. Daniel Conner, aged 40 years, deposes in Petersburg 11th June, 1796. Jacob Reintzel, aged 38 years, deposes in Petersburg 11th June, 1796. Lawrence Shooke, aged 63 years, deposes in Petersburg 11th June, 1796. Copy of Martin Shobe's will dated 16th May, 1792, proved in Hardy, August, 1797. Wife Elizabeth, son Rudolph, son Leonard, son Jacob.
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