Martin Ebert of Quebec and Ontario is not the Martin Ebert born in York, PA, to father John Martin Ebert. Martin Ebert who was born in York PA, married Mary Eichelberger, lived and died and has a burial in York, Pennsylvania. He does not fit this profile. Please read the biography prior to initiating a merge. Please do not change the parents of this Martin Ebert.
Martin was born sometime between 1783 to 1790. This based on numerous bits and pieces from the internet and via some guesswork of how accurate Census Data is.
This Martin could have been born in New York State. There are a few Martin Ebert's born about this time in New York State. To figure out which one fits this martin we can look to the unsourced information for the marriage of this Martin Ebert to Roxanne Waller. This point to Utica New York in 1808 by most or, by Carol Hutchinson, in Hull, QC.
This Martin can not be the Martin Ebert, son of John Martin Ebert and Anna Maria Smyser born in Pennsylvania, John Martin Ebert. Martin Ebert who was born in York PA, married Mary Eichelberger, died in York, PA and is buried there. He does not fit this profile.
This, Martin Ebert who married Roxanne Waller, somehow took advantage of the 1792 proclamation of Governor Alured Clarke "of 1792, which threw the lands of Lower Canada open to such American settlers as were willing to declare allegiance to the British Crown. These migrations took the typical form in British North America of group settlements consisting of 'leader and associates'...."
Along with Philemon Wright and his Laborers and workers,"...The core of the first group of settlers consisted of four other families and thirty-three labouring men, 1 1 unmarried farmers, from different parts of Massachusetts."  What is the route these settlers took? If they swung across New York and Near Albany then, per Carol Hutchinsons theory that he born somewhere near Albany, then it could be likely he joined this group as one of the workers and made his way with them to Hull.
Carol Hutchinson points to the First Account Books Philemon Wright as a source for knowing Martin Ebert was in Hull as early as 1806 as witnessed by his log entry into the account book. Carol also lists him as living in Hull and being on the 1808 Militia Rolls, Bytown or Bust - age of 24. "One is a militia list for Hull, Eardly and Onslow circa 1808. It lists Tiberius Wright and Philemon Wright as well as Eliad Waller, Eder Waller, (both sons of Truman Waller) and Martin Ebert as well as others for a total of 52.
His Wife Roxanne Waller. Roxanne's family headed by her father "Truman Waller, 43, from Marlborough Township and formerly of Granville, New York" traveled to Canada, August 1801, with a group of families with Dudley Moore.  Considering if Roxanne's estimated birth date is 1790? The she would have been ten years old when her family traveled to Canada. This helps to substantiate Carol Hutchinson's idea that Martin and Roxanne were not married in Utica New York as Internet Genealogies pose.
If the Ebert Family was the Ebert Family of Albany they were not far away from the Waller family, 65 miles, in Granville, Washington County. Did they Migrate together?
Carol Hutchinson poses that Martin Ebert could have left Hull during the War of 1812 (he does not appear on the Hull Milita List for 1813 ) which would explain the birth of his daughter Elizabeth Catherine in Utica, New York, in 1815. Carol also points to a Martin Ebert who was a part of Coldin's 5th Artillery and Infantry Reg't., New York Militia.  More research needed to determine location draw of this reg't. There is only one Martin Ebert listed among the Eberts who served from, NY, PA, LA and NC.
That he lived and died in Quebec and Ontario is fairly well documented.
1825 Land Information
"At the Bristol Township Line sometime before 1825, an American by the name of Martin Ebert had squatted on the East half of Lot 11, Range 2, which borders on the River. This property had been improved by an American squatter living in Bristol by the name of Uzal Pearson. Ebert Bought these improvements in 1827."
" The duel was fought on Lot 1, Range 2, the old Martin Ebert place."
Find A Grave: Memorial #77246563 His tombstone lists his dates as 1780-1873. According to Bob Sturgeon on Ancestry Message boards from 2001, "we now have an actual marker on his gravesite".
BURIAL Purdy Cemetery Purdy, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada, Hwy 62 N, Concession 6, Lot 19, Purdy, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada
"Martin d. in Bangor Twp. in 1873 at the home of Thomas and Abigail Louisa Ebert Kelley.He is b. in an unmarked grave, Sec. A, Plot 65. at Bangor Union Cem. in Purdy, Ont. Letter cited information offered by June Burman."
Disconnected from Family as child of John Martin Ebert. Martin Ebert who was born in York PA, married Mary Eichelberger, has a burial in York, Pennsylvania. He does not fit this profile.
1859 Fonds Cour Supérieure. Greffes de notaires
"Acquit and Discharge, Hector Russell to Martin Eberts"
John Ebert, Census 1790, Rensselaerville, Albany, New York, United States
John Ebert, Census 1800, Berne, Albany, New York, United States
Derrick Ebert, Derick Ebert, Census 1830, Watervliet, Albany, New York, United States
Marlboro Township, UpperCanada
Sattlers to Early Ottawa/Eardley
Settlement of Hastings - Bangor
Look for all state possibilities for Ebert Family.
Who are the genetic Connections?
War of 1812
Cadwallader D. Colden
Colden was the 54th Mayor of New York City as well as a Lieutenant-Colonel in the New York militia (5 Artillery and Infantry Regiment - Colden's New York Militia)
↑ "The Famous Township of Hull": Image and Aspirations of a Pioneer Quebec Community, p. 341, by Bruce S. Elliott, prepared for a seminar in social history at Carleton University.
↑ The Family History and Account Books of Philemon Wright, By Diane Proctor, BIFHSGO. Link given but it is not working.
↑ The First Customers at Philomen Wright's Store
(Anson Gard went through the Philomen Wright Account Book, 1801-1809)
Source: Pioneers of the Upper Ottawa and the Humors of the Valley, by Anson Gard, page 83. 
↑ Martin Ebert Died 1873 in Bangor, Hastings, Ontario, By Carol Hutchinson, 2011. and Bob Moody
↑ "The Famous Township of Hull": Image and Aspirations of a Pioneer Quebec Community, p. 341, by Bruce S. Elliott, prepared for a seminar in social history at Carleton University. via Thad. W.H. LEAVITT, History of Leeds and Grenville (Belleville: Mika Silk, Screening Limited, 1972), p. 133; United Church Archives, Toronto, Methodist Church in Hull, L. Canada, Baptismal Register, 182~1843, Micro. D.3.5.86
↑ War of 1812 Service Records, National Archives and Records Administration, Compiled Military Service records for the Volunteer Soldiers who served during the war of 1812, Washington DC, NARA M602, 234 Rolls
↑Clarendon and Shawville, p. 21, by J. Loyd Armstrong, Dickson Enterprises, 1980. Ottawa Room, Ottawa Public Library. Call 971.4215 A736.
↑ Letters Patent Book: N Grants; Page: 179; County Index Volume: 1; Page: 830, Robert Dunn and Derek Hopkins, comp. Alphabetical Index to the Land Grants by the Crown in the province of Quebec from 1763 to 31st December 1890. Pointe Claire, Quebec: Quebec Family History Society, 2005. Ancestry.com.
↑ Census of 1851 (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada.
Census of Nova Scotia, 1851. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM): Nova Scotia Board of Statistics, 1851.
↑ 1861 Census of Canada for Martin Ebert, Litchfield, Canada East, Pontiac, "Census returns for 1861." LAC microfilm C-999 to C-1007, C-1010 to C-1093, C-1095 to C-1108, C-1232 to C-1331, M-1165 to M-1166, M-1168 to M-1171, M-556, M-874 to M-878, M-880 to M-886, M-896 to M-900. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa.
↑ DIAPAM, Record, 9007001, Lieut. James Prendergast, Co.Monaghan, Settler in Canada, 01-01-1789, Family Papers, Public Record Office, Northern Ireland, PRONI T 2410; CMSIED 9007001, Link 21291
↑ Fonds Cour Supérieure. Greffes de notaires. Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Montréal, Québec, Canada. Quebec, Canada, Notarial Records, 1637-1935 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016.
↑ Fonds Cour Supérieure. Greffes de notaires. Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Montréal, Québec, Canada. Quebec, Canada, Notarial Records, 1637-1935 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016.Image
↑ "United States Census, 1790," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHKG-149 : accessed 7 January 2018), John Ebert, Rensselaerville, Albany, New York, United States; citing p. 193, NARA microfilm publication M637, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 6; FHL microfilm 568,146.
↑ "United States Census, 1800," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHRC-P6H : accessed 7 January 2018), John Ebert, Berne, Albany, New York, United States; citing p. 68, NARA microfilm publication M32, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 22; FHL microfilm 193,710.
↑ "United States Census, 1830," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHG1-L7Y : 29 July 2017), Derick Ebert, Watervliet, Albany, New York, United States; citing 462, NARA microfilm publication M19, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 84; FHL microfilm 17,144.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Martin by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Martin: