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From: Richard Folkerth <>
Subject: Re: [BRE] Brubaker & Brubaugher; also Browbacker & Prubacher ??
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2005 13:49:54 -0700 (PDT)
--- Richard Brubaker <> wrote:
> Hi Dick,
> Thanks for your response. You have identified one of my main lines
> if inquiry. I am trying to see if my Jacob Brubaker is one of the
> Jacob "Brubakers" on the 1754 ship Brothers, or perhaps the son of
> one of these two Jacobs. Because Lancaster County has been pretty
> well combed over for Brubakers, with no sign of either of these two
> Jacobs to my knowledge, I'm wondering if some trace of them can be
> found in Dauphin or York Counties. I'd really appreciate any
> lookups for Brubakers in these two counties (or Prubachers or
My guy, Christopher Folkerth, is found in East Nantmeal Twp of
Chester County starting about 1770 and then in about 1790 he moved to
Frederick County, Maryland.
Christopher was 18 on arrival in 1754, so I have always presumed he
served a period of indenture. But I have not found any evidence
either way ... just a 16 year gap in data between 1754 and 1770.
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