Lancaster County, PA, Orphan's Court Record; typescript dated 14 March 1932, FHL film 21370:
Pg 43: 1752 George Wyrick Deceased: Christian Wyrick, son of George Wyrick deceased, being under the age of 21 comes into Court and prays that Christian Lawer may be appointed his guardian during his minority and he is appointed his guardian accordingly. And the said Christian Lawer, Peter Hedrick and Jacob Super are appointed guardians over Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret, George Peter and Valentine Wyrick the other children of the said George Wyrick deceased, during their minority.
Same citation: George Wayrick: Upon the petition of Rudolph Fry and Margaret his wife, late Margaret Wayrick widow, administratrix . . . of George Wayrick, deceased. . . . [petition to partition land].
Lancaster County, PA, Orphans Court Record 1763-1767, FHL #21370:
2 June 1767 Geo. Wyrick deced. Peter Wyrick & Valentine Wyrick Minor children of George Wyrick late of Hanover Township deceased being above the Age of fourteen years comes into Court and chuse [sic] Michael Tice Guardian over their Persons and Estates during their Minority who is accordingly Approved by the Court.
Many more entries are in these books with guardians appointed for all the children. On 2 June 1767 Michael Tice as guardian of William, Cristian, Peter and Valentine Wyrick filed a petition to partition the land. The final distribution of the estate gave one full share to Jacob Brunner and his wife Margaret, presumably the daughter of George Wyrich.