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Re: JACOB AND MARY ELLER ALBAUGH
Posted by: Lynn E. Applegate Date: April 24, 1999 at 07:08:00
In Reply to: JACOB AND MARY ELLER ALBAUGH by jim of 394

The parents of Jacob Albaugh were David and Maria (Harter) Albaugh. David Albaugh was born on April 1, 1760 in Frederick County, Maryland and he married Maria Harter on March 26, 1782. Maria was the daughter of Johannes George and Eva Harter. David and Maria had five children (Jacob, David, Nancy, Hannah and Zachariah) who were all born in Frederick County, Maryland. Maria died around 1798 and David married Elizabeth Funderburg around 1800. David had six children by Elizabeth. David Albaugh organized the Carson Valley Church (Church of the Brethren) in Blair County, PA and was the minister. David died on July 10, 1838 and is buried in the Carson Valley Church of the Brethren Cemetery which is on the property where his home stood.

Jacob Albaugh, son of David, was born in Frederick County, Maryland on January 20, 1785. Jacob married Mary Eller who was born on May 29, 1788 in Washington County, Maryland and was the daughter of Henry and Fronica (Grabill) Eller. Jacob and Mary were probably wed and lived early in Huntington, County, PA. They had 10 children: Susannah, Sarah, Elizabeth, David, Joseph, John, Sachariah, Moses, Aaron and Daniel. These children were born between 1812 and 1834. Jacob and Mary obtained a land patent on August 15, 1816 for the SW1/4 Section 6 in Randolph Township, Montgomery County, Ohio. This is the northeast corner of Diamond Mill Road and Phillipsburg-Union Road. Jacob and Mary were early if not charter members of the Salem Church of the Brethren. Jacob died on July 6, 1858 at the age of 73 and Mary died on August 14, 1876 at the age of 88. Both are buried side by side on their farm in what became the Bethel Cemetery which is located along the Phillisburg-Union Road a few miles to the east of Phillisburg, Ohio in Montgomery County, Ohio.

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