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Keep in touch : the Balser and Catherine (Ream) Lybrook family; truths and tales

compiled and edited by Dorothy Owens Womack
Womack, Dorothy Owens (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Lexington, North Carolina : Womack Pub., c2000
vi, 299, [16] p. : ill., facsims., maps

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Johann Balthasar Leibrock (Balser Lybrook) was born in 1728 in Limbach, Germany. His parents were Georg Heinrich Leibrock and Eva Catharina. He emigrated in 1750. He married Catherine Ream 4 May 1754 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. In about 1755 they moved to Giles County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Includes Burk, Chapman, Draper, Phillips, Snidow and related families.

Bibliography: p. 293-299

Includes index.

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