George Daubenspeck

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George Daubenspeck

Birth
Heidelberg Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 1807 (aged 61–62)
Bruin, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial New Bethlehem, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, USA
Plot Front row of main entrance, seventh stone from street.
Memorial ID 47176506 · View Source
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Son of John Jacob Daubenspeck (Tovespeck) born in 1714 in Hesse Cassel, Germany. John traveled from Germany to England. From Rotterdam, England he boarded the ship "Harle" of London and landed in Philadelphia on September 1, 1736 at the age of 22. He married Juliana (Unknown) who was George's mother. On September 16, 1747 Jacob "Traubenspeck" received land in Bucks Co., PA. On August 7, 1777 Jacob signed the "Oath of Allegiance" to the colonies. He had three sons and all fought in the Revolutionary war.
George moved to Northhampton County, then to Luzerne County, and finally to Butler County, PA. Their original log home was replaced by a stone house. Slippery Rock State College now operates a museum out of the stone house. George's wife, Barbara Geiger, probably died there around 1798. George apparently moved to Toby Twp., Clarion County, PA after Barbara's death since he paid taxes there in 1807.

Info given by F.A.G. Member ol'mom (#48454214)

Fought in the Revolutionary War



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  • Created by: Melinda Trayer Nobles
  • Added: 26 Jan 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial 47176506
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for George Daubenspeck (1745–1807), Find a Grave Memorial no. 47176506, citing Squirrel Hill Cemetery, New Bethlehem, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by Melinda Trayer Nobles (contributor 47079177) .