“A Biographical History of Lancaster Co. Being a History of Early Settlers and Eminent Men of the County” by Alex. Harris, 1827 Lancaster, Pa.: Elias Barr & Co., 1872
Pg. 172, JACOB EBERMAN, son of JOHN EBERMAN, was elected County Treasurer in 1803.He was also elected Director of the Poor, a position he held for three years.He was a land agent for many years, and was instrumental in this line in securing and effecting land titles for the owners of property while the land office was located at Lancaster.
Pg. 172, JOHN EBERMAN, was a clock maker of Lancaster, and the manufacturer of the first town clock in Lancaster.
Pg. 172, JOHN EBERMAN, a brother of JACOB EBERMAN, was cashier of one of the old Lancaster banks for 30 years.
Pg. 172, PETER G., son of JACOB EBERMAN, above named, held the office Commissioner’s Clerk for a period of upwards of a quarter of a century.He is an Alderman of Lancaster City.