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George Adam Bright (Brecht), Sr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: North Heidelberg, Berks, PA, United States
Death: June 14, 1804 (74)
Augusta County, Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Middlebrook, Augusta County, Virginia
Immediate Family:

Son of Johannes Stephan Brecht and Anna Veronica Braxedes Brecht
Husband of Maria Catharina Bright
Father of David Bright/Brecht; Wyndle Bright; John "Johannes" Bright; Rebecca Bright; Mary Bright and 5 others
Brother of Catherine Bright; Anna Maria Magdalena Baker; Elizabeth Maria Strauss; Eva Margaretha Bright; Catrina Holder and 2 others
Half brother of Maria Magdalena Brecht; David Brecht and Hans Wendell Brecht

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About George Adam Bright, Sr.

Georg Adam Brecht probably accompanied his brothers to Frederick County, Virginia, about 1753, where he met and married Maria Katharina KAUFELDT (17 Jun 1733 - c1798), daughter of Johann Nicolaus Kaufeldt and Anna Grundt.. He was back in Lancaster County, PA, in April, 1754, to sell some land he inherited from his father. He was living in Baltimore County, Maryland, or York County, Pennsylvania, when his oldest son was born in 1756, but moved to Frederick County, Virginia in the summer of 1759, receiving land grants there in 1761 and 1765. It was at that time he started calling himself George Adam Bright. The other members of the Brecht Family gradually started using the name Bright, so that by the time of the Revolution, they were known as the Bright Family. George bought 170 acres in Beverly Manor, Augusta County, Virginia, in May 1767, and was granted land near South Mountain in southern Augusta County in 1781 and in 1787. He is listed on the tax lists in Augusta County from 1782 to 1804. George and Catharina attended St John's Reformed Church in Middlebrook. George and made his will 14 Apr 1804, which was proved 25 Jun 1805. He is buried in Dutch Hollow Cemetery west of Greenville. George and Catherine had nine children:


m. MARIA CATHARINA 

KAUFELDT, Abt. 1754, Bern Township, Berks County, PA.

More About GEORGE ADAM BRECHT ALIAS BRIGHT: Burial: Dutch Hollow Cemetery, Augusta County, VA

Guardian: Older half-brother Hans Wendel Brecht and David Brecht

Property bought: May 18, 1767, Thomas Tate and Ann to George Bright, 170

acres in Beverly Manor, August Co., VA, on the head of a branch of South River

Property sold: November 17, 1770, George Adam Bright and Mary to James and Samuel Gilliland , of Co. of York, 170 acres in Beverley Manor, Augusta Co., VA

Religion: First Moravian Church, St. John's Reformed Church

Second Property bought: November 20, 1771, David Steel and Mary to George Bright, 199 acres in Beverley Manor, Augusta Co., VA

Second Property sold: May 18, 1773, George (GAB) Adam Bright and wife Mary to James Tate

Tax Lists: Bet. 1782 - 1804, Augusta County, VA



Georg Adam Brecht probably accompanied his brothers to Frederick County, Virginia, about 1753, where he met and married Maria Katharina KAUFELDT (17 Jun 1733 - c1798), daughter of Johann Nicolaus Kaufeldt and Anna Grundt.. He was back in Lancaster County, PA, in April, 1754, to sell some land he inherited from his father. He was living in Baltimore County, Maryland, or York County, Pennsylvania, when his oldest son was born in 1756, but moved to Frederick County, Virginia in the summer of 1759, receiving land grants there in 1761 and 1765. It was at that time he started calling himself George Adam Bright. The other members of the Brecht Family gradually started using the name Bright, so that by the time of the Revolution, they were known as the Bright Family. George bought 170 acres in Beverly Manor, Augusta County, Virginia, in May 1767, and was granted land near South Mountain in southern Augusta County in 1781 and in 1787. He is listed on the tax lists in Augusta County from 1782 to 1804. George and Catharina attended St John's Reformed Church in Middlebrook. George and made his will 14 Apr 1804, which was proved 25 Jun 1805. He is buried in Dutch Hollow Cemetery west of Greenville. George and Catherine had nine children:

Name: George Adam Bright Date: 14 Apr 1804 Location: Augusta Co., VA Notes: This probate record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley. Remarks: George Adam Brights will-To sons, John and George Bright, land adjoining Steele, Tate, Hufman, and Shultz; to five daughters, daughter Rebecka, son Windle, son David. Executors, sons John and George. Proved. Executors qualify. Description: Decedent Book date: WB9-371 Prove date: 25 June 1804

Georg Adam Brecht probably accompanied his brothers to Frederick Co., VA, about 1753, where he met and married Maria Katharina Kaufeldt, daughter of Johan Nicolaus Kaufeldt and Anna Grundt. He was back in Lancaster Co., PA, in April, 1754, to sell some land he inherited from his father. He Was living in Baltimore Co., MD, or York Co., PA, when his oldest son was born in 1756, but moved to Frederick Co., VA. in the summer of 1759, receiving land grants there in 1761 and 1765.

It was at that time that he started calling himself George Adam Bright.  The other members of the Brecht family gradually started using the name Bright, so that by the time of the Revolution, they were known as the Bright family.  George bought 170 acres in Beverly Manor, Augusta Co., VA, in May 1767, and was granted land near South Mountain in southern  Augusta Co. in 1781 and in 1787. He is listed on the tax lists in Augusta Co. from 1782 to 1804. George and Catharina attended St. John's Reformed Church in Middlebrook.  George made his will Apr 14, 1804, which was proved Jun 25, 1805.  He is buried in Dutch Hillow Cemetery west of Greenville.  George and Catherine had 9 children.

This information is from "The Bright Family of Pennsylvania" by Heber Gessler Gearhart http://jliptrap.us/gen/brecht.htm

Georg Adam (Brecht) Bright

Georg Adam Brecht probably accompanied his brothers to Frederick County, Virginia, about 1753, where he met and married Maria Katharina KAUFELDT (17 Jun 1733 - c1798), daughter of Johann Nicolaus Kaufeldt and Anna Grundt.. He was back in Lancaster County, PA, in April, 1754, to sell some land he inherited from his father. He was living in Baltimore County, Maryland, or York County, Pennsylvania, when his oldest son was born in 1756, but moved to Frederick County, Virginia in the summer of 1759, receiving land grants there in 1761 and 1765. It was at that time he started calling himself George Adam Bright. The other members of the Brecht Family gradually started using the name Bright, so that by the time of the Revolution, they were known as the Bright Family. George bought 170 acres in Beverly Manor, Augusta County, Virginia, in May 1767, and was granted land near South Mountain in southern Augusta County in 1781 and in 1787. He is listed on the tax lists in Augusta County from 1782 to 1804. George and Catharina attended St John's Reformed Church in Middlebrook. George and made his will 14 Apr 1804, which was proved 25 Jun 1805. He is buried in Dutch Hollow Cemetery west of Greenville. George and Catherine had nine children: Travels & land prchases Posted 02 Dec 2014 by BillieKeaffaber38 Georg Adam Brecht probably accompanied his brothers to Frederick Co., VA, about 1753, where he met and married Maria Katharina Kaufeldt, daughter of Johan Nicolaus Kaufeldt and Anna Grundt. He was back in Lancaster Co., PA, in April, 1754, to sell some land he inherited from his father. He Was living in Baltimore Co., MD, or York Co., PA, when his oldest son was born in 1756, but moved to Frederick Co., VA. in the summer of 1759, receiving land grants there in 1761 and 1765.

It was at that time that he started calling himself George Adam Bright.  The other members of the Brecht family gradually started using the name Bright, so that by the time of the Revolution, they were known as the Bright family.  George bought 170 acres in Beverly Manor, Augusta Co., VA, in May 1767, and was granted land near South Mountain in southern  Augusta Co. in 1781 and in 1787. He is listed on the tax lists in Augusta Co. from 1782 to 1804. George and Catharina attended St. John's Reformed Church in Middlebrook.  George made his will Apr 14, 1804, which was proved Jun 25, 1805.  He is buried in Dutch Hillow Cemetery west of Greenville.  George and Catherine had 9 children.

This information is from "The Bright Family of Pennsylvania" by Heber Gessler Gearhart http://jliptrap.us/gen/brecht.htm

The Bright Family of Pennsylvania Posted 02 Dec 2014 by BillieKeaffaber38 According to the unpublished manuscript The Bright Family of Pennsylvania, by Heber Gessler Gearhart, it refers to a paper Historical Sketch of the Bright Family by A.G. Green, which was presented to the Historical Society of Berks County and published in their journal in November 1900: Georg Adam Brecht probably accompanied his brothers to Frederick County, Virginia, about 1753, where he met and married Maria Katharina Kaufeldt (17 Jun 1733-c1798), daughter of Johann Nicolaus Kaufeldt and Anna Gundt. He was back in Lancaster County, PA in April, 1754, to sell some land he inherited from his father. He was living in Baltimore County, Maryland, or York County, Pennsylvania, when his oldest son was born in 1756, but moved to Frederick County, Virginia in the summer of 1759, receiving land grants there in 1761 and 1765. It was at that time he started calling himself George Adam Bright. The other members of the Brecht family gradually started using the name Bight, so that by the time of the Revolution, they were known as the Bright Family. George bought 170 acres in Beverly Manor, Augusta County, Virginia, in May 1767, and was granted land near South Mountain in southern Augusta County in 1781 and in 1787. He listed on the tax lists in Augusta County from 1782 to 1804. George and Catharina attended St. John’s Reformed Church in Middlebrook. George made his will 14 Apr 1804, which was proved 25 Jun 1805. He is buried in Dutch Hollow Cemetery west of Greenville. probate 1804 Posted 02 Dec 2014 by BillieKeaffaber38 Name: George Adam Bright Date: 14 Apr 1804 Location: Augusta Co., VA Notes: This probate record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley. Remarks: George Adam Brights will-To sons, John and George Bright, land adjoining Steele, Tate, Hufman, and Shultz; to five daughters, daughter Rebecka, son Windle, son David. Executors, sons John and George. Proved. Executors qualify. Description: Decedent Book date: WB9-371 Prove date: 25 Jun 1804 Will 14 April 1804 of George Adam Bright Posted 02 Dec 2014 by BillieKeaffaber38

 Will 14 Apr 1804 Of George Adam Bright Added by whitehouse344 on 25 Jul 2008 Originally submitted by RoxanneLeavitt to Leavitt / Liptrap Family Tree on 13 Feb 2008 The family moved from berks county to Augusta County VA in the summer of 1759.  George was listed in Augusta County's first district in 1800 as the owner of three horses.    George's will, dated April 14, 1804, is recorded in Augusta County Will Book 9, page 71 and was proved June 25, 1805. "I, George Adam Bright, of Augusta County, State of Virginia do hereby make my last will & testament in manner & form following, that is to say, after all my just debts & funeral expenses are paid. I give & bequeath to my two sons, John Bright & George Bright, their heirs & assigns forever, all the land I possess adjoining James Steele, John Tate's heirs, Nathaniel Steele, Jasper Huffman & George Schultz to be delivered by the line I marked on the hill between where John Bright now lives & George Bright. Beginning on James Steele's line at the timbers I marked & running near the top of the South sided of the Ridge to a white oak on the said Harpers line each one are to have the part the line with their appurtenances. I order my son John Bright to pay out of the value of the said land Forty five pounds to be divided equally between my five daughters & their heirs. I further order my son George Bright to pay fifty pounds after my death out of the said land which is willed to him to be equally divided between my five daughters of their heirs. I give & bequeath to my son John Bright his heirs & assigns forever all that tract of said land I own lying on the head of Pine run adjoining the lands of John Tate, dec., & a survey I have between the saw mill & the line including by Patent about two hundred & forty acres. I give & bequeath the saw mill & forty acres.I give & bequeath to my son George Bright the one half of a tract of land adjoining the saw mill place, Campbells land & the tract which I have willed to my son John which half is to be taken off the end the joins the said Campbells land & in consideration of the said land I direct my son George to maintain in a decent manner my daughter Barbarah as long as she lives & is not in a situation to support herself. I further conceive that my son Windle Bright has received a full share of my estate which was four hundred & eight acres of land which he sold to Thomas & William Steele & received payment. I direct my executors here after mentioned to sell as soon after my death as can with convenience the ballance of that tract of land after the one half which I have willed to my son George Bright to be sold together with the said Mill Tract & the money arising from the sales of both Tracts to divided equally between my five daughters & my son David Bright. Lastly I appoint my two sons John Bright & George Bright my Executors of this my last will & Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made, in Testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand & seal this fourteenth day of April Eighteen hundred & four. 

Bright Family History - unconfirmed Posted 02 Dec 2014 by BillieKeaffaber38 Bright/Brecht Family Conrad "Kunst" Brecht (c1563-c1612) married Catrina (c.1569), He was perhaps born at Lindenfels, Hessen, with connections to Rohrbach. They lived at Neudorf, Baden, in the Palatinate of Germany. Their children were:

1. Niclaus Brecht (died before 1612) 2. Paul Brecht (died before 1612) 3. Hans Brecht (died 1650) 4. Georg Brecht (1589 - before 1612) 5. Christoph Brecht (1591-3 Aug 1665) of whom later 6. Elisabeth Brecht (b. 1595) married Hans Nauer 7. Sebastian Brecht (1600-29 Apr 1670) married Elisabeth 8. Christina Brecht (1605-15 Jun 1675) Christoph "Stoffel" Brecht (1591-3 Aug 1665) married about 1615 Anna Barbara Wolpack (1598-23 Dec 1683) They lived in Boeblingen, Neckar, Württemberg, and moved before 1636 to Schriessheim, about 10 miles east of Mannheim. Four known children:

1. Stoffel Brecht (10 Aug 1616) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[These may be baptism/burial dates] 2. Hans Peter Brecht 3. Magdalina Brecht (27 May 1623) 4. Hans Balthasar Brecht, (24 Aug 1636 - 9 Sept 1703) of whom later Hans Balthasar Brecht, (24 Aug 1636 - 9 Sept 1703) married 24 Aug 1658 Anna Margaretha Christman (d.27 Dec 1683), daughter of Paul Christman and Anna Maria Herring, daughter of Paul Herring. Balthasar was a councilman and almoner in Schreissheim. His children were:

1. Johann Ludwig Brecht (12 Jun 1659 - 8 Apr 1721) m. Anna Sybille Hering 2. Anna Margaretha Brecht (24 Feb 1661) 3. Johannes Michael Brecht (12 Oct 1662 - 11 Aug 1719) of whom later 4. Hieronymus Brecht (2 Apr 1665) 5. Paul Brecht (27 Jan 1666 - before 1712) 6. Anna Maria Brecht (21 Jun 1668) 7. Hans Balthasar Brecht (2 Oct 1670) m.14 Feb 1688 Catharina; lived in Württemberg 8. Dorthea Brecht (24 Mar 1672) 9. Johann Mathias Brecht (15 Mar 1674) 10. Maria Magdalena Brecht (1 Aug 1675-1721) m(1) Johann Melchior Fillbrunn; m(2) David Birgni 11. Wilhelm Brecht (16 Feb 1677/8) 12. Eva Brecht (23 Nov 1679) 13. Anna Barbara Brecht (6 Mar 1680/1) 14. Hans Phillipp Brecht (17 Jun 1683 - 19 Feb 1732) married Maria Catharina Reinle Johannes Michael Brecht, born 12 Oct 1662 in Neudorf and died 11 Aug 1719 in Schreissheim. He married on 29 Jul 1684 Anna Katarina Hoffman (b.14 Oct 1664), daughter of Hans Jost Hoffman and Christina Frank. On May 6, 1726, "Anna Catherina Brecht, widow of Johannes" with her two sons Stefan and Johann (Michael) petitioned to be allowed to emigrate to America. They landed in Philadelphia, settling first in the Germantown Section, but were in Heidelberg Twp, Lancaster Co, PA, before April 1728, when Michael was married. Johannes, Susanna and her husband Gabriel Roescher, and Stefan's oldest two sons followed in 1731.

1. Anna Margaretha Brecht (17 Jun 1685) married 1715 Caspar Durst 2. Appolonia Brecht (9 Mar 1686) 3. Anna Elizabeth Brecht (27 May 1688) may have died 1707 4. Balthasar Brecht (26 Feb 1691 - Oct 1703) 5. Johann Stefan Brecht (17 Feb 1693 -24 Sep 1747) of whom later 6. Susanna Margarethe Brecht (12 Jun 1695) married 1723 Gabriel Roescher, emigrated 1731 7. Johannes Brecht (17 May 1699 - Feb 1756); married Anna Margaretha Roemer; emigrated 1731 . . and lived in Bucks County, PA 8. Anna Katharina Brecht (22 Mar 1702 - 24 Jul 1790) m.1727 John DeHuff (d.1751) who .._are buried at the Moravian Church in Lancaster, PA 9. Johann Michael Brecht (28 May 1706-13 Sep 1794) m. Apr 1728 Margareta Simone (1708-1778) _ They had 10 children in Berks Co, PA 10. Janet Brecht (1713) ??? Johann Stefan Brecht was born in Schreissheim 17 Feb 1692. He married 17 Aug 1717 Anna Margaretha Ulrich (24 Dec 1694 - 29 Jun 1722) daughter of Hans Peter Ulrich and Anna Hildebrand; and then 23 May 1725 Anna Veronica Praxedis Kremer (1705-c1742). Stefan, his new wife, his mother, and his brother Michael immigrated to Philadelphia. They settled briefly in the Germantown Section, then moved to Heidelberg Township, Lancaster County, before 1728. His two oldest sons followed in 1731 with his brother Johannes. Stephen purchased 900 acres of land in Lancaster County from the Penn Family between 27 Nov 1735 and 1737. The land was on both sides of the Tulpehocken River about 10 miles upstream from the present location of Reading. The land fell into Berks County in 1752. He was naturalized in Lancaster County 11 April 1741. Stephen remarried about 1743 Anna Elizabeth Lerch (1697-1751) daughter of Johannes Lerch and Catharina Fuchs, and the widow of Johann Heinrich Fischer. Stephen organized the North Heidelberg Moravian Church on 9 Apr 1745. And he was the second burial there after his death 24 Sep 1747. He had nine known children.

1. Maria Magdelena Brecht (13 Apr 1718 - 15 Jan 1719) 2. David Brecht (8 Sep 1719 - 22 Sep 1783) married Sarah Caquelin ( 8 Jan 1727 - 22 Jan 1798) . . daughter of Sebastian Caquelin and Marie Banzet and had 11 children in Bern Twp, Berks Co. 3. Hans Wendel Brecht (27 Jul 1721 - Jan 1785 ) married about 1747 Mary Elizabeth Martin and . . lived in Augusta County, Virginia, buying land there in 1771. Moved to Alexandria, Virginia, after . .1778, and set up his dental practice. four children. 4. Georg Adam Brecht (9 Feb 1730/1 -1804) married Maria Katharina KAUFELDT, of whom later 5. Eva Margaretha Brecht (c.1733-1818) married about 1752 Johann Frederick Hanger (c.1726- . . 1799) 13 children in Augusta County. 6. Cathrina Brecht (c.1735) m.1 Mar 1754 Johannes Nicolas Holder, Jr. married in Berks Co, PA 7. Elizabeth Brecht (May 1738 - 15 Mar 1795) m.28 May 1758 Johann Jacob Strauss (1736-1782) 8. Anna Maria Brecht (born 1738; bapt.1 May 1745 - 1827) m.1755 Jacob Baker; Ontario, Canada. 9. Maria Magdalena Brecht (22 Nov 1743 - 30 Mar 1811) apparently unmarried Georg Adam Brecht probably accompanied his brothers to Frederick County, Virginia, about 1753, where he met and married Maria Katharina KAUFELDT (17 Jun 1733 - c1798), daughter of Johann Nicolaus Kaufeldt and Anna Grundt.. He was back in Lancaster County, PA, in April, 1754, to sell some land he inherited from his father. He was living in Baltimore County, Maryland, or York County, Pennsylvania, when his oldest son was born in 1756, but moved to Frederick County, Virginia in the summer of 1759, receiving land grants there in 1761 and 1765. It was at that time he started calling himself George Adam Bright. The other members of the Brecht Family gradually started using the name Bright, so that by the time of the Revolution, they were known as the Bright Family. George bought 170 acres in Beverly Manor, Augusta County, Virginia, in May 1767, and was granted land near South Mountain in southern Augusta County in 1781 and in 1787. He is listed on the tax lists in Augusta County from 1782 to 1804. George and Catharina attended St John's Reformed Church in Middlebrook. George and made his will 14 Apr 1804, which was proved 25 Jun 1805. He is buried in Dutch Hollow Cemetery west of Greenville. George and Catherine had nine children:

1. Johannes (John) Bright (bapt.18 Jan 1756 - Jun 1828) married about 1783 Susannah Fulwider, widow Kleiner (1764-1802), then 29 Oct 1802 Susannah Wiseman. Lived in Augusta County, Virginia, buried at St John's Reformed Church, Middlebrook. 2. Johann Windle (Windel) Bright (8 Oct 1757 - 6 Apr 1838).married 15 Mar 1786 Barbara Kisner (1766-after 1838) Windel served in the Revolutionary War in New Jersey 1779-1783, and then returned to Augusta County. He moved to Bath County in 1795, then to Greenbrier County, (West)Virginia, in 1803, and Green County, Kentucky, in 1811. 3. Catherine Bright (c.1760) married Philip Pottoph (Potter) (1757-1834) and lived in Rockbridge County, Virginia. 4. Mary Bright (c.1763-c.1851) married 28 Jun 1785 ISAAC LIPTRAP (1752-1819) lived in Rockbridge County until moving to Augusta County in 1804. 5. Barbara Bright (1765-1808) never married 6. Elizabeth Bright (c.1767 - 8 Jun 1842) married 9 Mar 1795 George.Lott, Jr. (1767-7 Dec 1830) buried in Dutch Hollow (Hanger) Cemetery west of Greenville, Augusta Co. 7. George Adam Bright, Jr. (c.1770 - 1835) married 4 Feb 1794 Catherine Kaufeldt (1772-1850) daughter of Valentine, and moved to Kentucky about 1814. 8. David Bright (1770-2 Sep 1837) married 6 Jan 1799 Judith Dinsmore (1777-15 Aug 1838) and moved to Greenbrier County in 1805, then served in the War of 1812 in Vincennes, Indiana, settling in Clark County, Illinois by 1820. In 1822, he moved to Austin's Colony in the Mexican province of Tejas, settling in 1824 on his league of land (4400 acres). Died in Fort Bend County, Republic of Texas. 9. Sarah Bright (c.1774) married 10 Mar 1794 Augustine Kaufeldt (1770-1824), son of Valentine, moved to Clark County, Ohio. The information on the Brecht Family is from The Bright Family of Pennsylvania, by Heber Gessler Gearhart, an undated manuscript at the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. It refers to a paper Historical Sketch of the Bright Family by A G Green, presented to the Historical Society of Berks County and published in their journal in November, 1900. This information has been supplemented with information from the Brecht/Bright Discussion group at Yahoo. Mary Bright (1763-1851) m.1785 Isaac Liptrap George B Liptrap (1800-1863) m.1839 Elizabeth (Hoover) George B Liptrap (1843-1909) m.1868 Angeline Hickman John Liptrap (1872-1935) m.1904 Bertha Helen Stonecypher Virgil Raymond Liptrap (1907-1977) m.1949 Frances Mary Tate Matthews James Matthews Liptrap (1951) Origination of Bright Posted 02 Dec 2014 by BillieKeaffaber38 In April 1754, he went back to Lancaster, PA to sell some land he inherited from his father. He was living in Baltimore Co., MD at the time, or possibly York Co., PA, when his oldest some was born in 1756, but moved to Frederick Co, VA inthe summer of 1759, where he received land grants in 1761 and 1765. It was at this time that he started calling himself George Adam Bright. The other members of the Brecht family gradually started using the name Bright, so that by the time of the Revolution, they were known as the Bright Family.

George bought 170 acres in Beverly Manor, Augusta Co., VA in May 1767, and was granted land near South Mountain in southern Augusta Co. in 1781 and 1787.  He is listed on the tax records in Augusta Co, VA from 1782 to 1804.  He and his wife attended St. John's Reformed Church in Middelbrook. 


            
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George Adam Bright, Sr.'s Timeline

1730
February 9, 1730
North Heidelberg, Berks, PA, United States
1755
October 8, 1755
Near Baltimore, Maryland
1755
Baltimore, Maryland
1756
January 18, 1756
York County, Province of Pennsylvania, British America
1760
1760
1763
1763
Spottswood, Augusta County, Virginia, United States
1765
1765
Augusta County, Virginia, United States
1767
1767
Augusta County, Virginia, United States
1768
1768