Christian, Conrad, John & Michael BRUBAKER in Earl Twp Lancaster County, PA 1790 Census
Are the 4 Brubakers heads of household related?Who were their fathers?Who were their children?In 1786, John Brubaker sold Earl Twp Lancaster Co., PA land to Christian Brubaker (see below).Was Christian Brubaker the son of John Brubaker?
The Christian Brubaker and the Andrew Newman families may have been related.
First U.S. Census of Pennsylvania 1790 Earl Township, Lancaster County, PA Columns 1 and 2 Head of Household Column 3 Free white males, 16 and upward, including head of household Column 4 Free white males under 16 years of age Column 5 Free white females, including head of household Column 6 All other free persons Column 7 Slaves
1 Feb 1791 Christian Brubaker of Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pa and wife Mary sold land to Wimort Strunk. [Andrew Newman, George Menzers, Caspar Jordans,and Peter Diller owned adjacent land]The deed was recorded 14 June 1791.Reviewing the legal papers reveals the following transfer of this land from 1741-1791:
1. Part of land in Casper Stover proprietary patent 11 Nov 1741 recorded in the Rolla office at Philadelpia in pat book A, vol. 9 (?), page 474 &c 2. Casper Stover & Catharina, his wife, 5&6 June 1743 convey to Wendle Zwecker 3. Wendle Zwecker died intestate …. 13 April 1767 Michaael Oberley and Christina his wife convey land to John Brubaker and Margarath his wife.Christina Zwecker Oberley was a daughter of the deceased Wendle Zwecker. 4. 1 May 1786 John Brubaker and Margarath his wife convey land to Christian Brubaker and wife Mary