1. Abraham Lefever abt. 1659-1733

2. Johannes (John) Lefever abt. 1702-1779

3. Abraham Lefever (I) abt. 1728-aft. 21 JUN 1796

4. Abraham Lefever (II) abt. 1750-1807/8

5. Abraham Lefever (III) 1772-1838 (Isaac T. Lafaver's father)

Literature Cited

1. A Frontier Village Pre-Revolutionary Easton By A. D. Chidsey, Jr. Chapter 4 - John Lefevre, Tavern Keeper, pages 59 - 73. Volume III Publications of The Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society, Easton, Pennsylvania, 1940.

2. Matthias Rittenhouse to David Rittenhouse, page 169 in Genea-Biographical History of the Rittenhouse Family by Daniel K. Cassel, 1893

3. John Lefebre, Innkeeper by Charles R. Roberts, read before the Northampton County Historical Society on November 20, 1926. A copy of the paper, with some changes, is available in Historical Society of Montgomery County Bulletin Vol. 1, p. 126-129 (1936-39).

4. The Spare Family: Leonard Spare and His Descendants by The Spare Family Association, printed by The Norristown Press, 1931

5. Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution: Soldiers - Sailors - Marines - 1775-1783, p. 453 by John H. Gwathmey, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1979

6. A History of the Tohickon Union Church, Bedminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania by Rev. William John Hinke, 1925, p. 84

7. The Meeks and Their Neighbors, p. 20 - 22, compiled by Publications Committee, The Historical Society of Washington County, VA, Publication Series II, No. 10 and 11, September, 1973

8. Genealogical Chart of Isaac LeFevre, a Huguenot of France, who Settled in Virginia by George N. LeFevre, published in 1933.

9. Wentz's Church Through Two Hundred Years. Wentz's United Church of Christ, Worcester, Pennsylvania, 1962.

10. Annals of Augusta County p. 157, by Joseph A. Waddell, published in 1886

11. Washington County Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists, vol. 1, 1782-1786, 1788-1790; vol. 2, 1791-1799, abstracted by Thomas Jack Hockett

12. Recollections of Jacob B. Lafavers, Martinsville Republican, Feb. 6, 1879.

13. Counties of Morgan, Monroe and Brown, Indiana. Historical and Biographical. Charles Blanchard, Editor. Chicago: F.A. Battey & County, Publishers.1884, Page 366.

14. Martinsville Republican Newspaper for Nov. 9, 1882

15. Augusta County 1777 Tithables, Library of Virginia, Augusta Co. microfilm reel #110

16. Augusta County, Virginia, Order Book 16, p. 222

17. Augusta County Court Martial Records, p. 108, Library of Virginia, Augusta Co. microfilm reel #111

18. Washington County Surveyor's Record, 1781 - 1797, p. 275. (Surveyor's Entry Book vol. 1 1781 - 1797, p. 275, Library of Virginia, Washington County microfilm reel #436)

19. Record of Plats A 1773-82, Fincastle County, VA, p. 105, Library of Virginia, Montgomery County microfilm reel #110 (the records of Fincastle County were housed in Montgomery County).

20. Washington County, VA. Land Entry Book 1780 - 1856, page 59, Library of Virginia, Washington County microfilm reel #78. A similar copy in Surveyors' Entry Book #1 1780 - 1856, page 100.

21. Washington County, VA Surveyor's Entry Book Vol. 1 1781 -1797, page 227, Library of Virginia, Washington County microfilm reel 436.

22. Augusta County, VA Deed Book 26, p. 99

23. Washington County, VA Record of Deeds #1, p. 235

24. Washington County, VA Record of Deeds #1, p. 236

25. Augusta County, VA Deed Book 28, p. 543

26. Washington Co., VA Deed Book #1, p. 444

27. Washington Co., VA Will Book 2, page 70, 22 SEP 1795

28. Washington Co., VA Deed Book 2, p. 342

29. Hawkins Co., TN Deed Book 2, p. 495

30. Hawkins Co., TN Deed Book 4, p. 494

31. Hawkins Co., TN Deed Book 2, p. 311

32. Hawkins Co., TN Deed Book 4, p. 164 - 165

33. Wayne Co., KY Old Marriage Certificates 1800 & up, Book 1, p. 54

34. Wayne Co., KY Deed Book A, p. 132

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35. Wayne Co., KY Deed Book B, p. 282-283
18 NOV 1815
John & Margeret Hawkins to Jacob Lefevers

This indenture made and entered into this 18 NOV 1815 between John Hawkins executor and Margeret Hawkins executrix of the county of Jessamine and state of KY and Jacob Lefevers of the county of Wayne and state of KY. Lefever paid Hawkins $500 for tract of land. Tract of land in Wayne County on the waters of the Cumberland River containing 100 acres more or less. Beginning at my beginning corner Charles Dibulls lower corner on the Cumberland River thence on with the same to Dibulls corner on the clif [ie., Lefevers line is also Dibulls line] thence square off to the road that runs on the top of the [here the word ridge is crossed out] clif then down with the road to the disputed salt peter cave leaving the salt peter cave running round the mouth along the clif

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to the upper end of the narrow and thence up the River to the beginning Signed John Hawkins executor Margeret Hawkins executrix of Edmond Singleton Acknowledged in presence of William Walker, James White

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36. Wayne Co., KY Deed Book B, p. 398
30 SEP 1816
Jacob and Sally Lefevers to Micajah Philip

Jacob Lefevers and Sally his wife of Wayne County, KY sell to Micajah Philip of same county. Philip paid Lefevers $500 for tract of land. Tract in Wayne County on south side of Cumberland River. Jacob Lefevers purchased from John Hawkin executor and Margaret Hawkins executrix of Edmund Singleton deceased, whereon said Lefevers now lives, 100 acres more or less. Beginning at Edmund Singletons beginning corner Chas. Dibrills lower corner on Cumberland River thence out with the same to Dibrells corner on the clift thence square off to the road that runs on the top of the clift thence down with that road to the disputed salt petre cave leaving the salt petre cave running round the mouth along the clift to the upper end of the narrows and thence up the River to Beginning. Signed Jacob Lefevers, Sally Lefevers Witnesses: Cornelius Philips, Alfred Philips

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37. Wayne Co. Deed Book B, p. 100 - 101
6 MAR 1813
Edmond Singleton to Abram Lefevers

This indenture 6 MAR 1813 between Edmond Singleton of Jessamine County, KY and Abram Lefevers of Wayne County, KY. Lefevers paid Singleton $770 for tract of land. Tract of land in Wayne County on the waters of Cumberland River containing 200 acres. Beginning at a beech on Cumberland River on the south below the mouth of a small hallow or branch thence down the river N 40 W 150 poles thence N 50 W 60 poles thence N 86 W 90 poles to a beech on the River Bank thence Out 33 degrees East 290 poles to a stake thence To the beginning. Be the same more or less the same being a part of Thomas Matthews Military Survey.. Signed Edmond Singleton Acknowledged in the presence of John L. Dibull ,Martin Tarpen

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38. Wayne Co., KY Deed Book B, p. 400 - 401
7 MAR 1817
Abraham & Mary Lefevers to Thomas Simpson

This indenture made 7 MAR 1811 [note year can't be correct since Abraham can't sell land before he has purchased - other sources give year as 1817 - perhaps I did not read the year correctly] between Abraham Lefevers and Mary his wife of Wayne Co., KY and Thomas Simpson of same county and state. Simpson paid Lefevers $1,300 for tract of land. Tract of land in Wayne County on the waters of the Cumberland River containing 200 acres more or less. Beginning at a beech on Cumberland River on the south side below a small hallow or branch thence down the river N 40 W 150 poles thence N [or S?] 50 W 60 poles thence N 86 W 90 poles to a beech on the River Bank thence Out from the same 33 degrees East 290 poles to a stake thence To the beginning. Signed Abraham Lefevers, Mary her X mark Lefevers. Entered into the record on 15 APR 1811 when Abraham and Mary appeared before the county clerk.

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39. Wayne Co., KY Deed Book B, p. 49 - 50
10 APR 1812
David Layfeevers to Catharina Layfeevers

David Layfeevers of Wayne County, KY sells to Catharina Layfeevers of same county 30 acres in Wayne County on the Cumberland River Joining land with Thomas Wilson and Benjamin Golston. To Catharina Layfeevers for her use as long as she lives - but she can't sell land. Signed David Lefevers Witnesses: Abraham Layfevers, John Hick, Thomas Wilson. Recorded 15 JUN 1812

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40. Wayne Co., KY Deed Book B, p. 491 - 492
28 OCT 1818
Thomas Wilson to David Lefevers

Thomas Wilson of Crawford County, IL to David Lefevers of Wayne County, KY. Lefevers paid Wilson $100 for tract of land. Tract in Wayne County on north side of Cumberland River, 20 acres. Beginning at a large red oak running thence N 42 W 132 poles to a hickory and small beach [beech] and said Wilson's north line thence N 70 E with said line 42 poles to a bunch of white wallnuts [walnuts] thence S 22 E 112 poles to the beginning [There is no signature here] Wayne County Court Clerks office January 3rd 18__ [the numbers are blotted out by an ink smear] Thomas Wilson appears, etc. [i.e., Wilson appeared before the clerk to confirm the deed]

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41. Wayne Co., KY Deed Book D, p. 287
24 OCT 1826
John L. Dibrell to David Lefevers

John L. Dibrell of Wayne County, KY to David Lefevers of the same county. Lefevers paid Dibrell $300 for tract of land. Tract of land in Wayne County, KY on the north side of Cumberland River containing by supposition 100 acres, part of a 400 acre survey surveyed by Thomas Cameal's heirs to said Dibrell. Beginning at a walnut on Lefevers line field on the military line running S 70 W 100 poles to an ash thence N 43 W 57 poles to a beech at the fork of a path thence S 73 W 30 poles to a poplar thence N 40 W 24 poles to two sour woods thence N 84 W 28 poles to a poplar thence N 70 W 26 poles to a dogwood on the road thence N 7 W with the road 8 poles to a poplar on the military line thence with the military line N 74 E 180 poles to the military corner thence S 28 E with the military line 196 [poles] to the beginning. Signed Jn. L. Dibrell

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42. Wayne CO, KY Deed Book J, p. 200 - 201
21 OCT 1842
David & Rebecca Lefever to Solomon E. Tuttle

David Lefever & Rebecca his wife of Wayne County, KY to Solomon E. Tuttle of the same county. Tuttle paid Lefever $1200 for 3 tracts of land, 105 acres, 20 acres and 100 acres. Tracts of land in Wayne County on north side of Cumberland River. Beginning at a corner of a military survey on the bank of the River at a sugar tree thence with the military line N 34 W 170 poles to a black walnut thence N 16 W 38 poles to a white oak and beech thence N 54 E 38 poles to two bushes, thence N 32 W 112 poles to 2 beeches thence N 55 E 40 poles to a sugar tree on the bank of the river thence Down the meanders of the River to the beginning. The above tract of land said David Lefever holds by patent from the Commonwealth of Kentucky bearing a date of 4 JAN 1811. One other tract of land containing 20 acres by deed of conveyance

[end of page 200]

from Thomas Wilson to said Lefever

Beginning at a large red oak running thence; N 42 W 132 poles to a hickory and small beech on said Wilsons north line thance; N 70 E with said line 42 poles to a bunch of white walnuts thence; S 22 E 112 poles to the beginning

The other said tract of land said David Lefever holds by deed from John L. Dibrill and is supposed to contain 100 acres being part of a 400 acre tract conveyed by the heirs? of Thomas Carnals heirs to said Dibrill

Beginning at a bunch of white walnuts said Lefevers field on the Military line thence; S 70 W 100 poles to an ash; N 45 W 57 poles to a beech; S 75 W 30 poles to poplar _?_; N 40 W 24 poles to two sourwoods; N 84 W 28 poles to a poplar; N 70 W 26 poles to a dogwood on the Road; N 7 W with the road 8 poles to poplar and the Military line then with the same; N 74 E 184 poles to the Military corner; S 28 E still with the Military line 196 poles to the beginning.

David Lefever and Rebecca his wife.

Signed: David x Lefever and Rebecca her x mark Lefever

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43. Grants South of Green River, survey #6477
surveyed 25 JAN 1804

Surveyed for Jacob Lefever 105 acres in Adair County by virtue of a county court certificate __?__ settlement N 42 granted by the county of Green.

Beginning on the north side of Cumberland River at a sugar tree corner of Military Survey on the bank of the River thence with the line N 34 W 170 poles to a black walnut; N 16 W 38 poles to a white oak and beech; N 54 E 38 poles to two buckeyes; N 32 W 112 poles to two buckeyes; N 55 E 40 poles to a sugar tree on the Banks of the River thence down the meanders of the River to the beginning.

Jacob Leafever and John Davis - chain carriers
Jacob Leafever Sr. - marker [could this actually be Abraham Lefever Sr. (II)?]

In margin of survey document: David Lefever asse [assignee] Jacob Lefever 105 acres Recd 10 NOV 1807 Grant 4 JAN 1811 [grant for this survey was made to David Lefever]

[note: the survey document does not have date of survey, but grant dated 4 JAN 1811 states the survey date of 25 JAN 1804]

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44. Wayne County, KY Deed Book F, p. 11
5 NOV 1831

Jacob Back of Wayne County, KY to Jacob Lefever [does not state his residence] Lefever paid Back $100 for tract of land Tract of land in Wayne County on Beaver Creek Beginning at a sugar tree and beech John Stephens corner thence with his line S 5 W 52 poles to 2 dogwoods thence S 5 W 122? poles to a hickory and lynn being a conditional line made with Hly? Daffron? & Wilson and which line be heretofore marked thence S[N?] 30 W 22 poles to a white walnut N[S?] 61 W 85 poles crossing Beaver Creek to the beginning Containing 50 acres Signed Jacob Back

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45. Wayne County, KY Deed Book H, p. 154 - 155
19 OCT 1839

Jacob Lefever of Wayne County, KY to Jesse Lynch of same county Lynch paid Lefever $100 for tract of land Tract in Wayne County on the waters of Beaver Creek Beginning on a beech at the ford? of Beaver Creek running S 5 E 48 poles to a dogwood on Boon's line thence S 52 W 130 poles to a hickery binding on Boon's line thence N 22 poles to a stake N 60 W 30 poles to a white oak on Beaver Creek N 50 E up the creek and crossing the same 60 poles to a stake thence N 60 E to the beginning Containing 50 acres Signed Jacob Lefever Acknowledged at clerks office 19 OCT 1839 Recorded 17 JAN 1840

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46. Wayne County, Kentucky Marriages and Vital Records 1801 - 1860, vol. 2, marriages K - Z.

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47. Adair County, KY Court Minute Book A, p. 32
October 25, 1802

No. 38 Wm. M Keely made satisfactory proof vs a cert. & granted him for 50 acres of land under act of 1801 location filed

[then several other numbered entries]

No. 47 Jacob Leafevers 250 acres on Cumberland - same order [i.e. under act of 1801]

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48. Adair County, KY Court Minute Book A, p. 33
October 25, 1802

No. 49 Jacob Ard 200 acres on Cub Creek water of Cumberland - same order [i.e. under act of 1801 - see reference 47 above]

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49. Adair County, KY Court Minute Book A, p. 75
July 4, 1803

No. 99 Abraham Lefevers made satisfactory proof to the court Vs files his location for 150 acres of land on the waters of Cumberland ordered that a certificate issue Vs location filed Vs

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50. Grants South of Green River, survey #10496
surveyed 23 MAY 1811

Reuben Ard 150 acres by virtue of a duplicate No 676 to him granted February Court 1800 lying in
Wayne County on the waters of Cumberland River the south side.

Beginning at a black oak on Mathews Military line running thence S 85 E 76 poles to two? black oaks; S 46 E 20 poles to a post oak and black oak corner to Benjamin Upton thence binding on his line; S 5? E 90 poles to two black oaks; S 15 W 100 poles to a black oak; S 16 E 46 poles to a post oak; S 70 W 36 poles to a black oak; N? 85 W 176 poles to a post oak; thence to the beginning.

C_?_ McHenry and Jacob Ard - chain carriers
Reuben Ard - marker

Granted to Reuben Ard 19 FEB 1833

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51. Grants South of Green River, survey #14688
2 MAY 1817

Surveyed for Jacob Lefever assee of John Persley assee of Thomas Crow 100 acres of land in Adair County on the waters of Goose Creek by virtue of a certificate granted by the county court of said county N 312 entered September 16th 1810

Beginning at two white oaks said Crows south west corner of his old settlement claim thence S 46 W 204 poles with said Crows and John Dunbars lines to a stake thence along a ridge S 80 W 56 poles to a black oak and post oak; N 9 E 60 poles to a stake, N 31 E 95 poles to a post oak and dogwood, S 85 E 145 poles to the beginning.

Josiah Wilson and Andrew Shepherd - chain carriers

I assign over my right of the within plat & certificate to John Spencer May 10, 1817 signed Jacob Lefever

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52. Kentucky Land Warrants, warrant #17657
20 DEC 1827 on the waters of Hammonds Creek

David Lafever, 50 acres
Surveyed for David Lafevers assignee of Rodes Garth

Beginning at a hickory ash and beech; S 28 W 30 poles to a sugar tree and beech; S 71 W 8 poles to a hickory and beech; S 6 W 16 poles to an ash and beech; S 75 E 10 poles to two beeches; N 54 E 28 poles to an ash and beech; S 60 E 20 poles to a beech and sugar tree; N 28 E 12 poles to a white oak and sugar tree; N 39 W 26 [or 36] poles to a hickory and beech; N 14 E 29 poles to a sugar tree; N 30 E 100 poles to a beech; N 7 E 40 poles to an elm; N 15 W 40 poles to a stake on James Conns line; S 75 W with said line 25 poles to stake then a straight line to the beginning.

25 AUG 1829 David Lafevers assigned equal interest to Alfred Phillips, John McHenry, James Allif, Jacob Eader, Charles Mullins.

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53. See this document for details

54. See this document for details

55. Wayne Co., KY Old Marriage Certificates 1800 & up Book 2 page 130 - 13 AUG 1822 bond for marriage of Washington Hicks and Sally Lefevers, signed by Washington Hicks and Jacob Lefever

56. Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Deed Book I vol. 4 pp. 174-176. Abraham Lefevre of Norristown, yeoman and his wife Elizabeth sell to John Martin Abish 100 acres 90 perches, for 260 pounds, October 22, 1766. This deed includes the tract history back to Wiliam Penn. In this deed we also learn that Abraham purchased 200 acres from James Shannon on January 15, 1761.

57. Record of Wentz's Reformed Church (Worcester Twp., Montgomery Co., PA), included in publication "The Early History of Wentz's Reformed Church, Montgomery Co., PA" by Prof. William J. Hinke, Ph.D., Collections of The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, Vol. 173, Philadelphia, 1907

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67. Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration, by Walter Allen Knittle. 1937. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD.

68. History of the Town of Newburgh, by E. M. Ruttenber. 1859. E. M. Ruttenber & Co., Printers.

69. The Names, Trades, etc., of the German Protestants to be settled in New York. In The Book of Names, Especially Relating to The Early Palatines And the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley. Compiled and arranged by Lou D. MacWethy. Originally published St. Johnsville, New York, 1933. Reprinted for Clearfield Company by Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, Maryland, 2007.

70. The Documentary History of the State of New York. Arranged under the direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan, Secretary of State, by Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan. Vol. 3. 1850. Weed, Parsons & Co., Albany, NY.

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72. History of New Paltz, New York and Its Old Families (from 1678 to 1820), 2nd ed., by Ralph Le Fevre. Originally published Albany, NY, 1909. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1973.

73. A History of the Upper Germantown Burying-Ground, by Peter D. Keyser, M.D. In The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Vol. 8, p. 414. 1884.

74. The Kocherthal Records. A translation of the Kocherthal records of the West Camp Lutheran Church by J. Christian Krahmer, October 1926. In The Book of Names Especially Relating to The Early Palatines and the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley. Compiled and Arranged by Lou D. MacWethy. The Enterprise and News, St. Jonsville, NY. 1933

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78. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 22, p. 126, 1898.

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88. James Hyndshaw to Gov. Denny, 1757. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 1, vol. 3, p. 290

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90. Votes of Assembly. Pennsylvania Archives, series 8, vol. 6, p. 4881

91. Officers for Northampton County. Pennsylvania Archives, series 2, vol. 9, p. 810.

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1. Abraham Lefever abt. 1659-1733

2. Johannes (John) Lefever abt. 1702-1779

3. Abraham Lefever (I) abt. 1728-aft. 21 JUN 1796

4. Abraham Lefever (II) abt. 1750-1807/8

5. Abraham Lefever (III) 1772-1838 (Isaac T. Lafaver's father)

 

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