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Alice (Alsy, Aliss, Alley) Seybold (Seybolt)[1, 2, 3]

Female 1770 - 1844  (69 years)


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  • Name Alice (Alsy, Aliss, Alley) Seybold (Seybolt) 
    Born May 17, 1770  Loudoun county, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 5, 6, 7
    Gender Female 
    Died Between 1840 and 1844  Ribolt, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 8
    • Alice died after the 1840 census and before John married in 1844. She is probably buried in the Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, Lewis Co., KY or the Seybold family cemetery.
    Notes 
    • On page 698-9 of the Goose Creek Monthly Meeting, VA, under the  name SEYBOLD are the following notes:  "Alice (now HARRISON) reported guilty of fornication and married out of unity with him who is now her husband 29-12-1794 having removed far away she is disowned."
          Early Church Records of Loudoun County Virginia -- Goose Creek Monthly Meeting, Women's Minutes; p. 184:  "12th mo 1794:  Complaint against Alice Harrison, formerly Seybold, for being guilty of fornication, with him that is now her husband.  She has removed out of the reach of Friends."  Early Church Records of Loudoun County Virginia -- Goose Creek Monthly Meeting, Men's Minutes; p. 181  "26th of 1st mo 1795:  Testimony was produced against Alice Harrison ...."
    Person ID I9050  mykindred
    Last Modified May 27, 2003 

    Father Jasper (Casper \ Gasper) Seybold, Jr.,   b. 1730, Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef Oct 1788, Loudoun county, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 58 years) 
    Mother Rebekah or Alcey Clendennen,   b. Abt 1732, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1799, Loudoun county, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 68 years) 
    Married 15 Jan 1748/49  Chester county, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 9, 10, 11
    • Grandson, Samuel Seybold, in 1875 wrote that Jasper and Alcey were married in 1740.

          Quaker Marriage Certificates -- New Garden Monthly Meeting, Chester County, Pennsylvania 1704-1799, compiled by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman, p. 129:  New Garden Monthly Meeting Marriage Records, page 165-1/2 records the marriage vows of Rebecka Clendenen, Daughter of Robert Clendenen, Decd, and Jasper Sybolt (sic).  The document is signed by thirty-two witnesses including Alice Clendenon, Fredrack Seybolt, Isaac Clendenon and John Clendenon.  "Gasper SYBOLT of ye Township of west Marlborough in ye Counmty of Chester & Province of Pensilvania, and Rebecka CLENDENEN daughter of Robert CLENDENEN Decd: of ye township County & province above sd ....  15, 1m, 1748/9 ... at ye meeting house in Londongrove...
          Jaspar ZYBOLD
          Rebekah ZYBOLD ... "
    Notes 
    • Excerpts from "The Weekly Bulletin" of Troy, Illinois, Thursday, February 25 1875.
      "REMINISCENCES OF SAMUEL SEYBOLD, Esq."
      (Samuel is the son of Jasper & Rebekah's son Robert)  (Note, this article is copied into the book "History of Madison County, Illinois", pub 1882, p. 77.)
      " .... In the latter part of the 16th century there lived a boy by the name of Jasper Seybold, on the river Rhine in Germany, when born is not known.  In the year 1717 he married a German girl .... In 1718 they had a son born, and called his name Jasper Seybold, Jr.  He was my grandfather.  My great grandfather lived to have sons and daughters.  In 1732, the year Geo. Washington was born, he concluded to go west to the New World, called North America.  They took shipping at Amsterdam, on a small ship which was over-crowded with emigrants. They had a long voyage, the water became scarce and the provisions stale, which caused a pestilence on board, which killed all the Seybolds, except Jasper, Jr., my grandfather.  The ship finally sailed into the Chesapeake Bay, and landed at or near a place called Dumfries.
      The captain of the ship bound my grandfather to a planter for seven years for his passage.  There was a girl named Alcey Clendening, of Scotch descent, also bound to a tailor for her passage.  They both became free about the same time.  They concluded to marry, and in 1740 went on a claim to which they were entitled to, 400 acres of land by the laws of Virginia, which was selected at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountain, now in the county of Louden, where they baked their first hoe-cake on a flat stone for want of other culinary conveniences.  On this claim they lived to have twelve sons and two daughters .........lies, except one girl and two sons.  My father, Robt. Seybold, born March 12th, 1760, was the youngest of these sons, nine of whom drew pensions for services in the Revolutionary War, and I have never known one of the name disloyal, convicted of a crime, or to become rich.
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      Shirley Rodgers Hart questions some of the above in her paper "Jasper Seybold and Rebekah Clendennen" written August 4th 1987.  She says (1) The Seybolds did not remove to Virginia until at least 1754 and (2) Quaker records list only 8 sons and 2 daughters.  A Joseph Seybold is listed, but he is not listed as a son.  (3) Robert Seybold was not the youngest son and (4) no record has been found showing that any of the sons drew a pension for Revolutionary War service.
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      One researcher,  Edith Lucile (Stewart) Vennin, 4th great granddaughter of Jasper and Rebekah, in the LDS Archives states that both Jasper and Rebekah were born in Bavaria.
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      On page 698-9 of the Goose Creek Monthly Meeting, VA, under the  name SEYBOLD are the following notes:
      "Alice (now HARRISON) reported guilty of fornication and married out of unity with him who is now her husband 29-12-1794 having removed far away she is disowned.
      "Hannah daughter of Jasper and Rebekah (CLENDENNING) Seybold of South Fork Preparative Meeting Loudon Co VA married 15-4-1776 at South Fork Meeting House auspices of Fairfax Monthly Meeting VA James DANIEL son of William and Esther Daniel of same place (formerly of Buckingham Monthly Meeting Bucks Co PA)
      " Isaac of South Fork Preparative Meeting reported taking too much spirituous liquors 28-6-1802 disowned 27-9-1802 he unwilling to meet our committee (Note: He was son of Jasper and Rebekah (CLENDENNEN) Seybold).
      "The family of Jasper and Rebekah (CLENDENNEN) Seybold was transferred without certificate to Goose Creek Monthly Meeting VA from Fairfax Monthly Meeting VA 26-12-1785 they being members of South Fork Preparative Meeting which PM was also transferred to Goose Creek Monthly Meeting from Fairfax MM with all its members at that time.
      "Jesse "steals watermelons" 25-9-1784 disowned 27-5-1786 "after long care".
      "John and wife Hannah (CRANMER) Seybold and their two children Sarah and Rebekah removed granted certificate to Wrightstown (Wrightsboro) Monthly Meeting GA (note, no records in GA, suspect Wrightstown MM PA was meant).
      "Rebecca South Fork Preparative Meeting informs that she is in unfortunate circumstances and in need of assistance.  At the meeting held in 1mo-1799  the Men Friends directed that assistance be given her as her needs may require 24-12-1798.
      "Robert of South Fork Preparative Meeting reported by that meeting as "guilty of fornication" he denies it  At the meeting held 27-4-1786 is the following minute  Robert SEYBOLD of South Fork PM who was reported as "guilty of fornication" by that meeting on 27-2-1786 (which he denied) "having some time since removed over the Allegany Mountains and nothing having been heard from him since is now disowned.
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      On page 559 of the Fairfax Monthly Meeting, VA, under the  name SEYBOLD are the following notes:
      "This name is written in several ways in Fairfax and Goose Creek Records and Minutes; but usually SEYBOLD; but sometimes SYBOLT, SIEBOLD and SIBBALD.  Burke's British Heraldry lists the name as SIBBALD off Aberdeen, Scotland, and lists several different Coats of Arms for this family, all SCOTCH.  In these Quaker records, Jasper is sometimes written Casper and Gasper; but it is clear that the correct name is JASPER SEYBOLD ..... New Garden MM, PA, records as SYBOLT....
      "Hannah daughter of Jasper and Rebekah (CLENDENNEN) Seybold of Loudon Co Va married James DANIEL son of William and Esther Daniel of same Co and state.
      "James son of Jasper and Rebekah (CLENDENNEN) Seybold reported married 27-8-1774.
      "Jasper and wife Rebekah (CLENDENNEN) Seybold and their younger children: James and John received on certificate from New Garden Monthly Meeting, PA 28-6-1755; dated 28-12-1754.  (Insert: Jasper Seybold of Chester Co PA married 15-1(Mar) O.S. 1748/9 at London Grove Meeting House PA  auspices New Garden Monthly Meeting PA, Rebekah CLENDENNEN, daughter of Robert Clendennen of same Co and State). Jasper and Rebekah and family assigned to So. Fork Preparatory Meeting VA.
      Children:
      James b 4-3-1750 (OS)
      John b 30-6-1752 (NS); m 30-6-1784 Hannah CRANMER (SF MH)
      Hannah b 12-5-1755; m 15-4-1778 James DANIEL
      Jasper Jr b 20-12-1757
      Robert b 12-3-1760; fights acknowledge accepted 1783
      Jesse b 28-2-1762; steals watermelons disowned 1786
      Isaac b 27-4-1764
      Silas  28-11-1765; drinks to excess disowned 1786
      Frederick b 17-5-1768
      Alice b 17-5-1770
      (Note: This family members of So. Fork Preparatory Meeting, transferred to Goose Creek Monthly Meeting VA 26-12-1785 from Fairfax Monthly Meeting without certificates.)
      "Jasper Jr. "fights and mackes acknowledgement" accepted 22-1-1780.
      "Jesse son of Jasper and Rebekah (CLENDENNEN) Seybold "steals watermelons"; disowned 27-5-1786 "after long care".
      "Joseph reported married out of unity and disowned 27-10-1781.
      "Joseph appointed an Elder 28-12-1782; released as overseer 26-6-1784.  (Note: the above references are all there are in Fairfax Minutes and Record re this Joseph Seybold.  If this is the same Joseph then he must have made acknowledgement and have been restored.)
      "John b 30-6-1752 son of Jasper and Rebekah (CLENDENNEN) Seybold of Loudon Co VA m 30-6-1784 at So Fork Meeting House, Hannah CRANMER daughter of Andrew and Hannah Cranmer of same County.
      "Silas "drinks to excess" 24-9-1785; disowned 22-7-1786 "after long care".
      Robert, Jesse and Silas were cut out of their father's will, being given the token of one shilling each.
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      The following is excerpted from the paper "Jasper  Seybold and Rebekah Clendennen" by Shirley Rodgers Hart written August 4th 1987.
      Jasper and Rebekah were Quakers and resided in the Township of West Marlborough, County of Chester, Province of Pennsylvania.  They were married there in the London Grove Meeting House under auspices of New Garden Monthly Meeting.
      ....for the surname for Rebekah, some sources say Clendennen (Clendinen / Clendenon / Clendenning / Glendenning, etc.) was Scotch and some say Irish.
      [12, 13]
    Family ID F1083  Group Sheet

    Family John Harrison,   b. Feb 25, 1771, Fairfax county, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1862, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 90 years) 
    Married Oct 13, 1794  Loudoun or Frederick county, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
    • Recorded in the minutes of the Goose Creek Monthly Meeting on December 29, 1794 (Loudoun County, Virginia).  Also recorded in the book on Frederick County marriages by Eliza Timberlake Davis, but John's surname is listed as  "Harris".  The presiding minister was Alexander Balmain.  (Patricia Heitmann heitmann-at-clark.net>wrote 2-10-99 date of DEC 29 1794 from applications at DAR library in DC.)
    Children 
    +1. Burr J. Harrison,   b. Dec 31, 1794, Mason county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Dec 1878 OR 16 Nov 1877, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
    +2. Cuthbert (Curthbuth \ Cuthberth) Harrison,   b. Feb 11, 1796, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aug 15, 1837, Jacksonville, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 41 years)
    +3. Rebecka \ Rebecca Harrison,   b. 20 Nov 1795 OR 1798, Mason county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jul 31, 1863, Bluff Creek, Albia, Monroe county, Iowa, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 65 years)
    +4. Bartley Furr Harrison,   b. Abt 1797, Mason county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1872, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 75 years)
    +5. Alfred Harrison,   b. 1801, Mason county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1840, Mason county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 39 years)
     6. Theophilus Harrison,   b. Abt 1804, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d.
     7. Mary Polly Harrison,   b. Sep 16, 1806, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jan 26, 1842, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 35 years)
     8. Hiram Harrison,   b. Jun 04, 1808, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Nov 27, 1834, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 26 years)
     9. Mahala Harrison,   b. May 07, 1819, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Mar 29, 1841, Lewis county, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 21 years)
    Family ID F3170  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S40] Goose Creek Monthly Meeting minutes, p. 698-9.

    2. [S160] Heitmann, Patricia A.

    3. [S698] Gedcom - Banks, Patricia.

    4. [S138] Stenzel, Dianne; FTM -- vol. 5.

    5. [S140] DAR Application, 685701 A642, 724244, 683077 -- Jasper Seabold.

    6. [S172] Harrison Family Bible, (Jasper Seybold file).

    7. [S1162] Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, p. 559, "b 17-5-1770".

    8. [S140] DAR Application.
      685701 -- Jasper Seabold
      724244 -- Jasper Seabold; d betw 1840 and before 28 Aug 1844

    9. [S50] New Garden Monthly Meeting Marriage Records.
      page 165-1/2; Chester Co. PA 1704-1799
      Quaker Marr Certif., New Garden Mo. Mtg., Chester Co., PA 1704-1799, p 129

    10. [S1162] Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy.
      p. 599 "m 15-1 (Mar) O.S. 1748/9 at London Grove MH, Pa."

    11. [S140] DAR Application, #685701 & 724244 -- Jasper Seabold.

    12. [S49] Reminiscences of Samuel Seybold, Esq.

    13. [S40] Goose Creek Monthly Meeting minutes.

    14. [S40] Goose Creek Monthly Meeting minutes, December 29, 1794.

    15. [S60] Frederick County Virginia Marriages 1771-1825.

    16. [S138] Stenzel, Dianne; FTM -- vol. 5, m. John Harris OCT 30 1794.

    17. [S140] DAR Application.
      683077 -- Jasper Seabold m. DEC 29, 1794 in Fleming Cty KY
      685701 & 724244 -- Jasper Seabold

    18. [S1162] Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, p. 698, vol 6.

    19. [S161] Early Church Records of Loudoun County, Virginia, p. 19.



  
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