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Jacob Harbaugh
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Birth: Feb. 5, 1730, Germany
Death: Apr. 28, 1818
Sabillasville
Frederick County
Maryland, USA

"He came to America with his father, Yost Harbaugh. He moved to the Valley shortly after marriage, and settled on the land on which he lived and died in the upper end of the Valley. Jacob Harbaugh's lands were extensive Various parts of his farm were called Sweet Land, Peace the Best, Jacob's Last Chance, Sugar Tree Valley, Tired Dog, and Mount Olivet. He was tall and stout in person. He had one eye as the result of some malicious men, who fell foul of him at Mooney's Tavern, which it seems was a place of justice, and while he defended himself, one man struck him with a stone. He was a very strict disciplinarian. During winter evenings, he sat at a table and read, but not a whisper came from the family, each in his usual place. While eating, the children stood around the table. The food was plain and simple. They ate soup for breakfast, no meat, and fruits in season. They ate meat at noon. In the evening, soup and potatoes were served, no meat. Mush and milk was used often, and buttermilk was the drink, except on the Sabbath, when they had coffee." He married Anna Margaret Schmidt on April 1, 1761. They had 15 children between 1762 and 1782. (Per Harbaugh History, publish 1947 (page 199) He also purchased the farm of Valentine Shockey, near present day Rouzerville in Washingtown Township, Franklin County, PA, and later conveyed the same to his son George.

Children: Anna Margaretta Harbaugh, married Henry Snyder, Jacob Harbaugh Jr., married Mary Magdalena Mong; John Harbaugh Sr., married Elizabeth Winters; Susannah Harbaugh, married John Jacob (Hoover) Huber; Catharine Harbaugh; Barbara Harbaugh, died unmarried; Juliann Harbaugh, died unmarried; Anna Maria Harbaugh, married Henry Schriver; George Harbaugh, married Anna Snyder; Henry Harbaugh; Yost Harbaugh, died young; second son named Yost Harbaugh, Married Elizabeth Mong; Frederick Harbaugh, died young; Joseph Harbaugh, died young; Elias Harbaugh, married Ann Catharine Pentz.

(bio by: Mike Hahn)

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 Parents:
  Yost Harbaugh (1699 - 1762)
 
 Spouse:
  Anna Margaret Schmidt Harbaugh (1740 - 1803)
 
 Children:
  Anna Margaretta Harbaugh Snyder (1762 - 1802)*
  Jacob Harbaugh (1763 - 1842)*
  John Harbaugh (1764 - 1834)*
  Susanna Harbaugh Huber (1765 - 1802)*
  Barbara Harbaugh (1768 - 1809)*
  Juliann Harbaugh (1769 - 1812)*
  Henry Harbaugh (1772 - 1844)*
  George Harbaugh (1774 - 1853)*
  Yost Harbaugh (1776 - 1777)*
  Yost Harbaugh (1778 - 1817)*
  Frederick Harbaugh (1779 - 1779)*
  Joseph Harbaugh (1780 - 1780)*
  Elias Harbaugh (1782 - 1854)*
 
 Siblings:
  George Harbaugh (1726 - 1787)*
  Ludwig Harbaugh (1727 - 1809)*
  Jacob Harbaugh (1730 - 1818)
  John Harbaugh (1735 - 1803)*
  Yost Harbaugh (1741 - 1831)*
  Henry Harbaugh (1744 - 1779)*
  Leonard Harbaugh (1749 - 1822)*
  Mary Elizabeth Harbaugh Lenhart (1753 - 1825)*
  Anna Catharine Harbaugh Brenisen (1759 - 1833)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Harbaugh Family Cemetery
Sabillasville
Frederick County
Maryland, USA
 
Created by: D C McJonathan-Swarm
Record added: Nov 17, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9914499
Jacob Harbaugh
Added by: Valarie Vine
 
 
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Thank you for such a rich heritage. 7th generation granddaughter from my maternal grandfathers side.
- Jamie L Mendoza
 Added: Dec. 31, 2013

- Heide Unger
 Added: Sep. 29, 2013
From those lovely rolling hills and farmland came many descendants all across America, including a great football dynasty that is currently on the world stage!
- V
 Added: Jan. 20, 2013
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