1. John GARVER was born before 1720. He died after 1787.
He was christened. He was buried.
Material from Egle Notes and Queries Vol. 3 Page 339
John and wife Elizabeth lived Lebanon Twp Lancaster Co. Pa. before Oct. 7 1757 in 1813 this area became Lebanon Co. and was also for a time included in Dauphin Co..
In 1757 when they sold their land and moved to Middletown in what is now Dauphin Co. and I think was just north of Harrisburg. Here Elizabeth died and he married Mary .
They had warrant for 274 acres of land at the mouth of Fishing Circle, there they built a mill, it was here that the first Constitutional Convention met in 1776 at Garvers Mill, John was a Elective member.
In 1787 he sold the mill to Archabald McAllister and probably died soon after .
He was married to Elizabeth. Elizabeth died about 1757 in Middletown, Dauphin Co., Penn., then Lancaster. She was born. She was christened. She was buried.
John GARVER and Elizabeth had the following children:
2 i. Christian GARVER died in Jul 1813. He was born. He was christened. Is said to have left his estate to brother and sister (Egle pagee 339 vol 3)
3 ii. Jacob GARVER.
4 iii. Michael GARVER was born. He was christened. He died. Egle Vol 3 page 339 said to have had children :
+5 iv. Elizabeth GARVER.
6 v. Barbara GARVER. Married Michael Niseley
5. Elizabeth GARVER was born. Married Mr. Landis see record for children.
She was married to LANDIS. Elizabeth GARVER and LANDIS had the following children: