Thanks to my father who, when I was a boy, told me the story of Isaac LeFevre and the martyrdom of his family. He has lived a life worthy of his ancestry, and has taught me by his example to do the same.
Thanks to the following individuals who have contributed to this project: Jeremy Batson, William N. Crawford III, Greg LeFevre, Douglas & Gwyn McVay, Derek Schmidt, and Michael Sonesen.
Thanks to James Brostek for graciously offering to host the site on his own server without charge.
Much thanks to Editorial Consultant Paul S. Lefever, whose enthusiastic involvement and support has made this project possible.
Thanks are especially due to George Newton LeFevre and Franklin D. Lefever, whose many decades of tireless effort has enabled us all to know and appreciate our LeFevre heritage. Special thanks to Franklin for granting permission to make the book available as an online presentation.
Thanks to the Philip Lefever Burying Ground Association for their ongoing efforts to restore the hallowed ground that had nearly passed from memory.
And finally, thanks to the LeFevre Cemetery and Historical Association for their faithful care in preserving and maintaining the Abraham LeFevre Cemetery on North Star Road in Strasburg, PA, and publishing THE PENNSYLVANIA LEFEVRES record, lest we should ever forget.