Hans "Ulrich" Huber: Birth: ABT 1706. Death: 1757
Note: Notes for BARBARA: After Jacob's death Barbara was known as "Widow Hoober" The following is an excerpt from an Instrument for the sale of property from Martin Kundig and Hans Heer to Hans Boyer. The First Byerland Church would be built on this land in 1748 (still standing at a different location). The land Hans Boyer purchased bordered on "Ulrich Hoober's" land and "The Widow Hoober's" land. - Bearing date the Twenty second day of November in the year of our Lord 1717 the quantity of five thousand Acres of Land was granted to be surveyed unto Martin Kundig and Hans Heer among the Surveys then made on Conestogo and Pequea Creeks in the County now called Lancaster. In pursuance of which said Warrant there was Surveyed in part of the quantity therein mentioned on the Tenth day of May Anno 1719 a certain Tract of Land within the said County Beginning at a white Oak by the said Pequea Creek at a corner of John Farrer's Land and extending thence by the same North North East fifteen perches to a Post and South by East thirty six perches to a Post and North North East eighty perches to a Post and North seventy eight degrees East forty perches to a black Oak thence by Ulrich Hoober's land South East by East eighty perches to a Hickery tree thence by Widow Hoober's Land South Sixty perches to a post South Six degrees. East thirty two perches to a Post and South three degrees East two hundred and one perches to a Post thence by vacant Land, West by North Sixty five perches to a White oak and South by East twenty eight perches to a Post by the aforesaid Creek thence up by the same on several Courses two hundred and eighty perches to the place of Beginning containing two hundred and ten Acres and the Allowance of Six Acres on each hundred for Roads and Highways as in and by the Survey thereof remaining in our Surveyor General's Office and from thence certified into our Secretary's Office may appear. And Whereas in and by one Deed poll bearing date the twentieth day of October Anno 1736 for the consideration therein mentioned the said Martin Kundigg and Hans Heer did Bargain and Sell all their Right and claim of and in the Same Tract of Land unto Hans Boyer of the County Aforesaid.
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