2 edition of Descendants of some early settlers of the Trumansburg-Covert (N.Y.) area found in the catalog.
Descendants of some early settlers of the Trumansburg-Covert (N.Y.) area
Harriet Jackson Swick
Title on spine: The house of Swick.
|Other titles||House of Swick.|
|Statement||compiled by Harriet Jackson Swick and Carl W. Fischer.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S979 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 320 p.|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||73174278|
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Title: Descendants of some early settlers of the Trumansburg-Covert area (N.Y.): the Boardman family Publisher: Descendants of some early settlers of the Trumansburg-Covert area (N.Y.): the Boardman family Number of pages: 72 pages Language: English Topics: Geography, United States.
Get this from a library. Descendants of some early settlers of the Trumansburg-Covert (N.Y.) area: the Swick family. [Harriet Jackson Swick] -- John Swick was born Ap He married Magdalene Covert, daughter of Abraham Covert and Sarah Clawson.
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Original data: Some of the First Settlers of The Forks of the Delaware and Their Descendants. About Some of the First Settlers of The Forks of the Delaware and Their Descendants, This book was initially published as a translation from German of the record books of The First Reformed Church of Easton, Penna, from to Some of the early settlers of: Pennsylvania – Virginia – Maryland - North Carolina -Indiana – Ohio – Illinois - and their descendants.
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An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. These books are comprised of articles that originally appeared in the periodical Early Settlers of New York State — Their Ancestors and Descendants.
Edited by New York genealogist Janet Foley, its purpose was to collect, publish, and preserve church records, tombstone inscriptions, and family records, first from western New York, then from. Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: A History of Frederick County, Virginia (illustrated) from Its Formation in to Thomas Kemp Cartmell Eddy Press Corporation, - Berkeley County (W.
Va.) - pages5/5(6). Descendants of some early settlers of the Trumansburg – Covert (N.Y.) area – the Swick family Swick, Harriet Jackson, ; Fischer, Carl W. (Wilhem), Johannes Swick, probably of Dutch lineage, married Barbara (Egie) Covert, and they had six children between in Somerville, New Jersey.
The society has created one of the most useful tools for research into these early colonial families in Meredith B. Colket's book, Founders of Early American Families (Oberlin, Ohio: The Society, ). This book lists some 3, immigrant male heads of families who appear to have male descendants today.
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Some of the first settlers of "the forks of the Delaware" and their descendants; being a translation from the German of the record books of the First reformed church of Easton, Penna.
from to ; by First Reformed Church of Easton (Easton, Pa.); Kieffer, Henry Martyn, [from old catalog]. As for some of the genealogical details and facts in his article, which are called errors, some are, some are not, and others can be called omissions.
These will be taken up in detail in my forthcoming (ca ) genealogy "Descendants of Some Early Settlers of the Trumansburg-Covert Area - the Owen Family" in the Mekeel section. The Bergen Family: Or, The Descendants of Hans Hansen Bergen, One of the Early Settlers of New York and Brooklyn, L.
I., with Notes on the Genealogy of Some of the Branches of the Cowennoven, Voorhees, Eldert, Stoothoof, Cortelyou, Stryker, Suydam, Lott, Wyckoff, Barkeloo, Lefferts, Martense, Hubbard, Van Brunt, Vanderbilt, Vanderveer, Van Nuyse, and Other Long Island Families - Ebook.
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Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks is a collection of genealogical and historical information pertaining to the first settlers of the upper part of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Separate chapters are assigned to each family, and approximat persons are named and identified.
The genealogies commence with the first of the Bucks County line (usually during the period of the eighteenth Reviews: 1. Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks, with Some Account of Their Descendants: Historical and Genealogical Information about the Early Settlers in Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania - Ebook written by Clarence Vernon Roberts, Warren Smedley Ely.
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