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http://www.betterthanmost.com/gedhtree/gp690.htm

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Died of multiple complications due to rheumatoid arthritis.

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http://www.betterthanmost.com/gedhtree/gp690.htm. Graduated from Cary High School and Campbell University with a bachelor's degree in psychology. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Cary.
"SYLVIA ELIZABETH LEEBRICK. Sylvia Elizabeth Leebrick,55, of Apex, died July 14, 2005, from multiple complications due to rheumatorid arthritis.
Sylvia was born March 20, 1950, in Wake County, to the late Ernest Geroge and Alma Gertrude Hooks Northcutt. She graduated from Cary High School and Campbell University with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. She was a member of First United Methodist Churh in Cary.
Survivors include her husband, Dana Leebrick of Apex; son, Ryan Leebrick of Raleigh; sister Donna N. Mills of Greenville; nephew Dustin Mills and wife Pattie of Wake Forest; and mother-in-law and father-in-law, Tommy and Virgie Leebrick of Kannapolis.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her infant son, Dana.
A funeral service was held July 17 at Brown-Wynne Funeral Home in Cary. Interment followed at Hillcrest Cemetery in Cary. The Rev. Lil Galphin officiated.
The family received friends July 16 at the funeral home.
Flowers are appreciated or memorial contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, Carolinas Chapter, 200 E. Woodlawn Road, Suuite 156, Charlotte, NC 28217.
Condolences and tributes may be sent to the family at www.brownwynne.com."--21 Jul 2005, The (Raleigh, NC) News and Observer

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Native of Germany

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This graveyard is one mile North of Hummelstown, ie 1 mole north of the RR tunnel at Hanover Street.

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Witnesses werre Thomas Fox and Martin Grider, Jr. Probated 6 May 1823.

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Source is cited as "The Ebersol FAmilies in America 1727-1937". In here will, Barbara Eversole of Hanover Township, widow of Peter Eversole deceased, gave to her son John "my moveable property except my bed and wearing apparel which I give to my daughters Christina intermarried with Henry Brenneman, Molly (Magalaena) intermarried with John Horner, Barbara intermarried with Michael Horst and Catharine intermarried with John Shaffer. Devises property to the above named daughters and son John and three grandchildren, children of my son Peter who are to have his rights, in equal shares. Son John to be recompensed for my board and funeral expenses and grave stones. Son John Executor. per Gail Geary.

Source: Joan & Charles Imig (jimig@slonet.org)

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A native of Jesingen, in the kingdom of Wurtemberg, Germany. Emigrated to America in 1750, arriving at Philadelphia, where he took the oath of allegiance to English rule on the 24th of August of that year. He was a carpenter by trade and at first stopped at Reading, probably for employment, but he subsequently secured the title to a large tract of land in then Derry township, Lancaster Co., called "Betimes" on which he resided until his death.

Sponsors at his baptism were George Spitz and Anna Algayer.

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In the 1890 "Great Register" of Mendocino County, California, John Jr is listed as No. 95, occupation given as farmer, and residence as Yorkville. Mentioned in brother's (John Oliver Ogle) obit in 1932 as being of Ornbaun.

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Mentioned in his brother John Oliver's obit in 1932 as being of Berkeley.

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John died intestate. His land was divided among his 3 daughters and John Oliver. John sold his portion to his sisters. They could not agree on a partition, so it was settled in an equity case. The land bordered on theMonocacy River in the Dublin Glade area of Frederick Co, which is near present-day Walkersville.