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HELP! flag male ancestor  John  GARBER (GERBER)

  (b. 26 December 1721 Leacock, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA   d. 10 July 1795 Leacock, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA )  

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John GARBER (GERBER) was born 26 December 1721 in Leacock, Lancaster, Crown Colony of Pennsylvania. John GARBER (GERBER) was the child of Christian GERBER   and   ?

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John  married  Catherine UNKNOWN .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Catherine UNKNOWN  was born abt. 1732 in Leacock, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. 

John GARBER (GERBER) died 10 July 1795 in Leacock, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA.
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Prior to 1787 - Crown Colony of Pennsylvania
December 12, 1787 - Pennsylvania becomes 2nd U.S. state

  • 1721 Birth
    26 December 1721
    Leacock, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
  • 1795 Death
    10 July 1795
    Leacock, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA

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