SEE (ZEH) & VAN BIBBER

SEE (ZEH) & VAN BIBBER

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The brothers, George, Michael and John See left records which prove that each took part in the defense of their country against both the Indians and the English and helped to establish American independence.

Stories about SEE (ZEH) & VAN BIBBER

SOURCE: A Chronicle of the SEE family and their Kindred

    George Ludwig (See) Zeh b. 1689 d. 23 Aug 1751
    m. Mary Margaret (JUDY) (Tschudi) Judy b. 1699
    d. 14 Feb 1758

    Frederick See (1712-1763) was the oldest son of George and Margaret Judy See.
    He married Catherine, the daughter, perhaps of Abraham Vanderpool who came to Pennsylvania in 1738. At that time the Sees were still in Bucks County. They were the parents of six children: Lois, George, Michael, Catherine, Elizabeth and John.
    MICHAEL SEE JR. (1751-1792) SON OF FREDERICK SEE
    married Elizabeth Morris in 1776. She was the daughter of William Morris, pioneer of Kanawha, who settled about twenty miles above the present site of Charleston, West Virginia. Elizabeth, born August 8, 1753. It has been stated that Michael See's widow married Captain John Van Bibber, commissary at Fort Randolph.

    GEORGE SEE (1749-1854) SON OF FREDERICK SEE
    The lives of the two brothers George and Michael See ran parallel. Together they had experienced the massacre on Muddy Creek, Indian captivity, participated in the battle of Point Pleasant, served under Captain Arbuckle in border warfare, established their homes in Greenbrier and later both moved on down the Kanawha Valley.

    Michael See (1730)
    married Barbara Harness (1732) daughter of Michael Harness in 1750. They were the parents of George, Adam, Mary (Polly), Hannah, Christina, Barbara, Elizabeth, Catherine, and Dorothy (Dolly).

    George See, the youngest child born 1732, and his wife Christiana were the parents of seven children. Her family name has never been learned. Their children were: sons George, Adam and John, and daughters Phebe, Mary, Elizabeth and Catherine.

    JOHN SEE (1757-1846), SON OF FREDERICK SEE
    He was married to Margaret Garrat. He enlisted in the army of the United States in the year 1776 under Captain Arbuckle in Greenbrier County Virginia for the term of one year for the purpose of defending the western frontier of Virginia from the incursions of the hostile Indians.

    List of Prisoners going to Fort Pitt under the command of Capt. Lewis Nov. ye 15th 1764.
    Michael See
    George See
    Mary See

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