A History of Uniontown: The County Seat of Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Author: Hadden, James, 1845-1923, Uniontown, PA
JAMES HADDEN – author of Washington's & Braddock's Expeditions
Akron, Ohio: Printed by the New Werner Co., 1913
OLD METHODIST EPISCOPAL CEMETERY
PETER STREET, UNIONTOWN, FAYETTE CO., PA
EBERT, ABRAHAM, d.Aug. 3, 1812, age 9 mos. (child of GEORGE EBERT & SARAH WOOD died Aug. 2, 1812 named ABRAHAM) (pg. 642)
EBERT, ELIZA L. (b. 1802), d. Aug. 20, 1829 age 27 (child of GEORGE EBERT & SARAH WOOD) (pg. 642)
EBERT, GEORGE (b. 1754 Philadelphia, PA), died Sept. 16, 1827 age 73 (pg. 642)
EBERT, JOHN, b. May 29, 1787 PA; d. Jan. 27, 1807 Uniontown, PA (child of GEORGE EBERT & MARGARET JACKSON)
EBERT, LUCINDA, died __, 1830 (pg. 642)
EBERT, MARY M., died May __ age 23 (pg. 642)
EBERT, MIRTILDA, died Sept. 23, 1800, age 15 mos., 19 days (child of GEORGE EBERT & SARAH WOOD) (pg. 642)
Information below gotten from find a grave:
Born 1754 Philadelphia, PA.
Died Sept. 16, 1827 Uniontown, PA.
Married (1) MARGARET JACKSON.
Married (2) SARAH WOOD.
GEORGE is buried at Old Methodist Cemetery, Uniontown, PA.
SPOUSE: SARAH WOOD UMSTED
Born Oct. 14, 1767 Philadelphia, PA.
Died July 7, 1851.
Married ENOCH UMSTED.
Married GEORGE EBERT.
SARAH is buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH.
(FOR MORE INFO SEE FIND A GRAVE)
*ELIZABETH EBERT DORSEY, b. Nov. 16, 1789 Fayette Co., PA; d. July 22, 1876 Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH; m. CALEB DORSEY;buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH.
*JAMES EBERT, b. Dec. 29, 1792 Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD; d. April 22, 1873 Van Buren Co., Iowa; m. ELIZA DEVECMON; buried at Spencer Cemetery, Stockport, Van Buren Co., Iowa
ANN WOOD EBERT SENEY, b. Sept. 13, 1803 PA; d. May 15, 1879 Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH.; m. JOSHUA ROBERT SENEY; buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH.
James McCullock, a blacksmith and cutler by trade, purchased lots Nos. 27 and 28.The deed for the first is dated Nov. 1, 1783, and for the second, Sept. 2, 1780.These two lots extended from lot No. 26 to Middle alley, now known as Beeson avenue.Mr. McCullough transferred lot No. 27 to GEORGE EBERT, who conducted a store here for many years.He was well and favorably known in the early history of the town, and died here Sept. 16, 1827, aged 73 years, and his sons, HENRY and JOHN H. continued the business until after 1830.They also owned part of the land on which Church street was laid out.HENRY EBERT entered his father's store while young and devoted himself closely to business.His first wife was ELIZA LAMB, an estimable lady of Wheeling, who survived only two or three years after their marriage, and died Aug. 20, 1829, in the 27th year of her age.His second wife was ELIZABETH PHILLIPS of this town, and in 1832 they moved to Tiffin, Ohio, where MR. EBERT was appointed associate judge by the legislature, and subsequently became clerk of court of common pleas, which office he held for a number of years.He died at his home in Tiffin, March 31, 1880, in the 80th year of his age, leaving a widow, but never had any children.GEORGE EBERT'S widow moved to Tiffin with her son after she was 80 years of age and married again after moving to Ohio.
GEORGE EBERT was one of the prominent and most respected citizens of the old town.He owned and carried on the mercantile business in property which stood where the Exchange hotel now stands.