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Record of Michael Everman of Germany, immigrant [of] 1732, and of his descendents in part

Irene Everman Haraldson
Haraldson, Irene Everman (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Reeds Spring, Missouri : I.E. Haraldson, 1967
60, [2] p.

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Michael Eberman (ca. 1725-ca. 1830), probably the son of Michael Eberman, immigrated from Germany to America, probably in 1732 with his family. He was living in Augusta County, Virginia, by 1758 and served with Virginia militia during the Revolutionary War. His son, Andrew Everman (1780-1857), was born in Hampshire County, Virginia (now Pendleton County, West Virginia. He migrated to Kentucky with his father at about age fourteen. He married Nancy Wasson, daughter of James and Cathy Wasson, in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1810. They had twelve children, 1811-1835. The family migrated to Putnam County, Indiana, in 1836. Descendants listed, chiefly descendants of their son, Michael Everman (1825- 1881) lived in Iowa, North Dakota, Illinois, and elsewhere.

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