Person:Michael Eberman (1)

Michael Eberman
m. 1733
  1. Samuel Eberman1734 -
  2. Jacob Eberman, Jr.1735 - 1812
  3. John Ebermanest 1738-1748 - bef 1774
  4. Catherine Eberman1745 -
  5. Michael Ebermanbef 1751 -
  6. William Eberman1752 - 1832
Facts and Events
Name Michael Eberman
Alt Name Michael Aberman
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1751 Augusta County, Virginia

Michael Eberman was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • 1771 - Andrew Johnston of Culpeper and Michael Ebermann of Augusta County obtained a patent for land "on Senecar Creek, a branch of North Branch of South Branch of Potowmack", (as listed in the disposition below):

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 215.--21st November, 1775. Andrew Johnson, of Culpeper, and Michael Erreman (Ebermann), of Augusta, to William Gragg. Patented to Andrew and Michael 16th, 1771, on Senecar Creek, a branch of North Branch of South Branch of Potowmack.

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 18, 1773. - (240) Michael Aberman and Andrew Johnson, to view road from Lanticur, at mouth of North Fork, at Joseph Bennett's.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY 17, 1774. - (457) Paul Teeter, overseer from top of Allegany to mouth of Sinacor, with tithables on the North Fork from Michael Aberman's to Joseph Heau's.
  • Page 292.--16th November, 1774. Mary and Michael Aberman's bond (with George Coyle, Robert Minnes, Joseph Croutch, Wm. Gragg).
  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 16, 1774. - (24) Administration of John Aberman's estate is granted to his widow, Mary, and his brother, Michael.
  • 1798 - Names and Acreage from the "List of Land Tax for the County of Pendleton [Virginia] within the District of Robert Poage Commissioner for the Year 1789" {Later known as the Lower District which is the northern portion of Pendleton County] - Everman [Aberman, Eberman], Michael 67 acres. [1]