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EisenbeißFamily History orhere  (mirrored from Geocities1910) 

 Thenext reunion is scheduled for Jun2016 in Aberdeen, South Dakota.Detailsabout the reunion are in process of being finalized.
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The spelling adopted is EISENBEIS toavoid duplication. Only a few names are reported correctly.  Ibeg your pardon. Example: search forJohnIsenbise, write JohnIsenbise & JohnEisenbeis. A quick way is to check the name of the wife.Others patronymics: Eisenbeiß, Eisenbeiss, Eisenbeisz,Eisenenbeis, Eisenbise, Icenbice, Eissenbeys, Eysenbeis,Eyssenbeyss, Eisenpeiss, Isanbess, Yßenbyß,Eisenbeisser, Eisenbeiser, Eisenbies, Eisenpies, EYSENBEYS(French), EYZENBEYS (Russia),ЭЙЗЕНБЕЙС GenealogyBooks Click here fora book ordering form before 15 may 2013   A short history of Simon EISENBEIS, greatGrandfather of Seyfried (French and Englishlanguage) 

Eisenbeiß (eyes-en-byes): A person, or persons,who gather every three years to eat kuchen, talk, dance, talk,reminisce, talk, eat, talk about eating and eat while theytalk. ClydeEisenbeis 

  • Born 11 July 1799 - York Co. Penn
  • Deceased 17 December 1840 - Manor Twp. Lancaster county Penn.,aged 41 years old
  • Owner of Lancaster's Mills in Lancaster Co

 Parents

  • Peter LEVERGOOD, born 15 September 1755 - Johnstown,,,,US, deceased 15 May 1825 - Johnstown,,,,US aged 69 years old , buried - Wrightsville,,Columbia Cemetery,Lancaster Co,Pennsylvania, Farmer, came from Germany, known as " Pennsylvania Dutch " in Lancaster
    Married possibly in 1783 to
  • Phoebe YOCUM, born 1 February 1762 - Sweden, deceased 19 December 1819 - Alstead,,,New Hampshire,US aged 57 years old , buried - Wrightsville,,,Lancaster Co,Pennsylvania

 Spouses and children

 Siblings

 Notes

Individual Note

He is the grandfather of the group now living in the Middle-West.
They moved to Lancaster in 1821 or 1822. Henry died of consumpution and Salome died of lingering consumpution. Henry owened Livergood Mills-2 miles west of Lancaster City on Columbia Pike(Lincoln Highway now) He was a man of considerable wealth.

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"Hance" (Hans) Jacob LIEBEGOOD ca 1694- Margaretha LIEBEGOOD ca 1693-      
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Henry LIVERGOOD 1799-1840


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