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flag female ancestor  Elizabeth  KNOPF

  (b. abt. 1769 East Cocalico, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA   d. )  

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Elizabeth KNOPF was born abt. 1769 in East Cocalico, Lancaster, Crown Colony of Pennsylvania. Elizabeth KNOPF was the child of Christian KNOPF   and   Eve GERBER

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She married  David GARBER .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. David GARBER  was born abt. 1770 in Leacock, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA.  He died abt. 1832 in Letterkenny Twp., Franklin Co., Pennsylvania, USA.  He was the son of John GARBER (GERBER) and Catherine UNKNOWN.
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Did You Know?Pennsylvania means 'Penn's woods' or 'Penn's land.' Quaker William Penn was granted the tract of land by King Charles II of England in 1681 as repayment of debt owed to Penn's father, Admiral William Penn. Originally, Penn suggested Sylvania (woodland) for his land. (

Prior to 1787 - Crown Colony of Pennsylvania
December 12, 1787 - Pennsylvania becomes 2nd U.S. state

  • 1802 Birth of Child
    Daniel GARVER was born 1 February 1802, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, USA

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Added: 9/2/2016 1:33:04 PM - Updated: 9/2/2016 1:33:53 PM

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