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Descendants of Yost Harbaugh

Generation No. 3


      11. George3 Harbaugh (George2, Yost1)

Notes for George Harbaugh:
Annanl of the Harbaugh Family From 1736 to 1856.
George lived for some time on the old homestead. He later removed to Bedford County, Pennsylvania. On one occasion on a trip to York he took sick and died on the way home. He had a son Jacob who was a cabinet amaker and lived at Greacham
     
Children of George Harbaugh are:
  47 i.   John4 Harbaugh.
  Notes for John Harbaugh:
annals of the Harbaugh Family From 1736 to 1856:
John was a cabinet maker who lived at Graceham.

+ 48 ii.   George Harbaugh.
  49 iii.   Jacob Harbaugh.
  Notes for Jacob Harbaugh:
annals of the harbaugh Family From 1736 to 1856:
Jacob was lame and kept a tavern near Savillesville



      15. Christian Thomas3 Harbaugh (Ludwig2, Yost1) was born January 14, 1753 in Middletown Valley, Maryland, and died March 23, 1856 in Sabillesville, Maryland. He married Maria Eliizabeth Willar. She was born December 18, 1760, and died September 28, 1824.

Notes for Christian Thomas Harbaugh:
Harbaugh History by Cora Bell (Harbaugh) Cooprider, 1947 p.79: "According to the Maryland Archives (21:331) he was "Enzin. apt. Christian Smith's Cp., Frederick Co., Militia, commissioned Mar 29, 1779. (Apple's Church and graceham Church records at the York Hist. Society) * Burials at Graceham.

An articleby David Loos, of the Frederiick News Post, dated July 21, 2003 stated" Dept paid to Revolution-era son/ Harbaugh lived, died in Frederick Graceham- Christian Harbaugh, who died more than 167 years ago, was remembered Sunday for his patroitism and Revolutionary War-era militia service during a simple graveside rededeication service.
the cermony, held on the hilltop cemetery of Graceham Moravian church near Thurmont, was orchestrated by the Frederick CountyChapter of the Sons of the American revolution (SAR) in what has become an annual eveny to recognize an individual for his or her service during the war.

Organizers said Mr. Harbaugh was chosen because descendants of his are thought to still live in the area, some of whom may be members of the Church congregation.

'We definetly have a few Harbaughs in our church and there are others in the area" said the Rev, Jeffrey Gebris, pastor of Graceham Moravian church.

"We do this to remember tham and to mark the horor and purpose in giving us a free county" said the Rev. Frederick Pyne, a retired Episcipalrector and President of SAR's Sgt. Lawrence Everhart Chapter in Frederick.

Both the Rev. Pyne and the Rev. Gebris spoke briefly at the ceremony, which included a procession by the SAR Color Guard.

A small SAR marker was recently placed at the grave site of Mr. harbaugh, who died March 23, 1836, at the age of 82. He spent his entire life in the northern Frederick County area.

"Christian harbaugh was a farmer, but realized that efforts needed to be made to stronly resist the British tyrany of dominance over American lives, movement and business", the Rev. Pyne said Sp he stepped forward and became an ensign in the 34th Battalion of the Maryland Militia on 23 March 1779.

According to the Rev. Pyne, who researched the life of Mr. harbaugh, the soldier's duties with the militia included watching ship and troop0 movements, observing roads and bridges, assisting with the moving and storage of supplies and guarding prisoners.

While in service, Mr. Harbaugh married Maria Elizabeth Willar. The couple had 12 children.

"We recall the endle3ss debt we owe to him and his fellow patroits." the Rev. Pyne said.

"We have achieved at least two of the SAR objectives here today" said Dr. James Dearworth, president of the Maryland Society of Sons of the American revolution.

"These objectives include perputating the memory of those patroits who achieved our independence---and to acquire and maintain records, as well as relics and landmarks."

Toward the end of the ceremonhy the SAR Color Guard, dressed in period military uniforms, gave a three round musket salute to Mr. harbaugh, a process drawn out for several minutes as the five guardsmen meticulously reloaded their muskets each time.>



More About Christian Thomas Harbaugh:
Military service: 1779, Frederick Co. Militia

More About Maria Eliizabeth Willar:
Burial: Graceham Maaarovian Church Cemetery, Graceham, Frederick Co., Md.
     
Children of Christian Harbaugh and Maria Willar are:
  50 i.   Peter4 Harbaugh.
  Notes for Peter Harbaugh:
annauls of the harbaugh Family From 1736 to 1856:

Lived in Thomastown, Franklin County, Pennsylvania.

  51 ii.   Christian Harbaugh.
  Notes for Christian Harbaugh:
Lived near Graceham

+ 52 iii.   John Harbaugh, born July 12, 1787; died August 27, 1870 in Sabillesville, Maryland.
  53 iv.   Elias Harbaugh.
  Notes for Elias Harbaugh:
Elias was a wagon master and lived in Waynesboro, Franklin county, Pennsylvania.

  54 v.   Henry Harbaugh.
  Notes for Henry Harbaugh:
Henry was a farmer and lived near Savillesville.

  55 vi.   Alexander Harbaugh.
  Notes for Alexander Harbaugh:
Lived near Waterloo, Franklin County, Pennsylvania.

  56 vii.   Solomon Harbaugh. He married (1) Miss Doufler. He married (2) Miss Witmer.
  Notes for Solomon Harbaugh:
Revmoved to Harrison County, Indiana and later to kentucky

  57 viii.   Elizabeth Harbaugh.
  58 ix.   Mary Harbaugh. She married Jacob Harbaugh.
  Notes for Jacob Harbaugh:
Jacob Harbaugh, son of John Married Mary Harbaugh, daughter of Christion..She was the granddaughter of Ludwig. John was the Grandson of Jacob, brother of Ludwig.

  59 x.   Rebecca Harbaugh. She married John Eyler.
  60 xi.   Charlotte Harbaugh.
  61 xii.   Sabina Harbaugh. She married Mr. Byerly.


      19. Yost3 Harbaugh (Ludwig2, Yost1) was born October 11, 1741 in Krentz Creek. York co., Pa., and died Bet. 1836 - 1837.

More About Yost Harbaugh:
Legislator: 1799, Pennsylvania legislator for York County
Military service: 1755, General Braddock's expedition at Fort DuQuesne
Teamster: Indian Wars
     
Children of Yost Harbaugh are:
  62 i.   Thomas4 Harbaugh, born March 05, 1777 in Baltimore, MD.
  Notes for Thomas Harbaugh:
Resided in Ohio.

  63 ii.   William Harbaugh. He married Miss Stem.
  Notes for William Harbaugh:
Lived in the lower end of the Harbaugh Valley. He had four or five children

  64 iii.   Daniel Harbaugh. He married Miss Fitz.
  Notes for Daniel Harbaugh:
Lived near Friend's Creek/.

  65 iv.   Elizabeth Harbaugh. She married Charles Smith.
  66 v.   Sarah Harbaugh. She married John Fitz.
  67 vi.   Sophia Harbaugh. She married John Nagel.
  68 vii.   Margaret Harbaugh.
+ 69 viii.   Eve Harbaugh, born 1766; died February 28, 1852.
  70 ix.   Anna Catherine Harbaugh.
+ 71 x.   John Harbaugh, died 1858.
  72 xi.   Jacob Harbaugh.


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