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  • August Friedmann (1867 - d.)
    Voreheliche Geburt, durch die Eheschließung der Eltern legitimiert. "Deutschland Heiraten, 1558-1929," database, FamilySearch ( : 11 February 2018), Jacob Gentner in entry for August Friedmann and Ma...
  • Catherine Seibert (1724 - 1780)
    Birth & Death & Burial Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : Feb 25 2018, 22:02:55 UTC
  • Christoph Seibert, "Stoffel" (1681 - 1732)
    After the death of her first husband Christoph Seibert (Seybert) in Germany in 1732, she married Heinrich 'Henry' Lorentz ('Lawrence') some four years later. Johanna and Henry immigrated to Pennsylvani...
  • Elizabeth Ohrndorff (1753 - 1838)
    Elizabeth, at about 5 years of age, was the youngest of the Seibert children taken by the Shawnee Indians after the massacre at Fort Seybert, Augusta Co VA - 28 April 1758. Her parents and at least one...
  • Gladys Irene Kelsey (1910 - 2006)
    Gladys Kelsey , United States Census, 1940 Household Role Sex Age Birthplace Gladys Kelsey Head F 29 Illinois James Kelsey Son M 7 Illinois Richard Kelsey Son M 4 Michigan William Kelsey S...

About the Seibert surname

Seibert Name Meaning:

German: from a Germanic personal name composed of the elements sigi ‘victory’ + berht ‘bright’, ‘famous’. Jewish (Ashkenazic): adoption of the German personal name Seibert as a surname. Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press

Seibert Coat-of-Arms:

Blazon:

Azure, a chevron argent, A mullet of six points argent in dexter chief, A mullet of six points argent in sinister chief, An anchor argent in middle base

Definition of Heraldic Devices:

Mullet of Six Points = Emblem of God representing Divine Providence, Merit, and Honor

Chevron = Roof of a House, Protection, Faithful Service

Anchor = Salvation, Hope, Religious Steadfastness

Heraldic Tinctures:

Argent (Silver, White) = Peace & Sincerity

Azure (Blue) = Loyalty & Truth