I apologize for being so late in chiming in, and decided to make this a new post so it's not so buried.I am a descendant of Elizabeth Everhart, who's first husband was Mr. Albaugh.
I have been in contact with those who know the Bible, and it is believed that Peter was the son of Elizabeth Everhart and her first husband.Mr. Albaugh passed away at some point prior to 25th of June, 1812, which is when Elizabeth married my ggg grandfather, in Jefferson County, Ohio.
Also, I looked at the 1830 census and found Elizabeth and all six of her Tope children, the interesting thing is the one male aged 20 and under 30 (not my ggg grandfather, who passed away 2 years previous).By 1830 Peter would have been about 28 years of age, or aged 20 and under 30.He does not show up in the 1840 census with his mother, so I am assuming that he either married, just moved away, or died.
Unfortunately, I have not done a great deal of personal research on this, though I am deeply interested in it all. Apparently the Everharts had settled in Recorded in Frederick County, Maryland, as that's where Elizabeth, mother of Peter Albaugh, was born.I don't know how often they moved -- whether it was from Frederick straight to Jefferson County, Ohio, or if there were stops along the way.
These are all things I'm deeply interested in since my Topes came from Frederick County, MD to Fayette County, PA, to Jefferson County.What caused everyone to migrate in similar fashion?