I checked info against mine and I am sure it is a match.In the 1870 census (Port Treverton post office), yourPeter is listed as age 9 with older sisters, Alwilda (Alice) 13 and Lucyann, age 11.Other children are Ellmore, 6; Philip W, 4.By 1880 my Alice is already married to Calvin Forry.The Forrys(the family Alice will eventually marry into) show up as next door neighbors in the 1860 census where the Dauberts have an old lady named Catherine Fisher age 75 living with them.You mention a Catherine as well in your records.I'd guess a great grandmother or some kind of direct relationship.
I have Peter Daubert and Catherine Hartman as George's parents.(Henry) Peter Hoot and Phoebe Kinney as Mary Ann's parents.Phoebe Kinney Hoot is widowed very early and lives with her children and parents, Martin and Magdelena Kinney..I have some problems as Phoebe was incredibly young as a first time mother.I gather it is possible at that time period especially in rural areas.I don't have solid paper information but stuff inferred from internet and census info.If you send your address, I'll mail off my info.Way too much to copy.
I think we descend from a Peter Daubert who was born in 1736 and died December 18, 1794, buried at Trinity church cemetery and founder of Dauberville, near Reading.His father was Peter Daubert born 1715 who got off ship 1748 and took oath of allegiance in Philadelphia 1749 (got info from firstname.lastname@example.org
We are clearly connected through my 3rd great grandparents, George and Mary Ann Daubert.