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Title The Germanna record.

Imprint Harrisonburg, Va.

Call No.929.308931 G317
LocationAxe Kansas Collection Wayland
Holdingsno.6 - no.7,
no.10 - no.11,
no.13,
no.15 - no.16,
no.18

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Description v. : ill., facsims. ; 24 cm.
Publication Date no. 1- July 1961-
Note No. 5, 1964 published as a memorial vol. for the 250th anniversary of the first colony in Germanna, Va., and has also a distinctive title: Ancestry and descendants of the Nassau-Siegen immigrants to Virginia 1714-1750.
Editor: 1961- C.H. Huffman.
Issued By Official publication of the Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia.
Contents No. 1. Peter Hitt of Germanna and Germantown. John Joseph Martin of Germanna and Germantown. Tilman Weaver of Germanna and Germantown -- no. 2. The original survey of German Town. Area and boundary owners and twenty lots, with their ownerships in 1729 and later years. Germantown patent. Plat of Germantown. Principal family names involved in the business and religious life of Germantown -- no. 3. John Hoffman, 1714 Germanna colonist, and his descendants -- no. 4. John Jacob Rector of Germanna and his descendants -- no. 5. Ancestry and descendants of the Nassau-Siegen immigrants to Virginia, 1714-1750 -- no. 6. The second Germanna colony of 1717, other Germanna pioneers, the so-called third Germanna colony of 1719, and later comers to the Hebron Church community -- no. 7. Germanna, outpost of adventure, 1714-1956 -- no. 8. Ernest W. Flender-Emily Gallagher fam,VA. Germanna chronology. Germanna colonists of VA foundation history. -- no. 9. The first decade, 1956-1966 -- no. 10. The first four generations of the Clore-Glore family in America. Four generations of the Yager family of Germanna. The Utz family -- no. 11. Descendants of John Carpenter, the 1721 Germanna pioneer. Thomas Wayland Wieland fam., VA -- no. 12. The Aylor family. The Snyder family. The Tanner family -- no. 13. The Blankenbaker family. Descendants of Peter Weaver, the immigrant. The first four generations of the Wilhoit-Wilhite family in America -- no. 14. The genealogy of the Holtzclaw family, 1540-1935 -- no. 15. First patents of lands, to 1740. Germanna colonies families, A-Z. Germanna colonies of 1714 and 1717. Germantown reconstructed plat, 1729.
Subject Germanna (Va.) -- Genealogy.
Germantown (Va.) -- Genealogy.
Germans -- Virginia.
Added Author Huffman, Charles Herbert.
Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia.
Key Title The Germanna record.
Added Title Second Germanna colony and other pioneers.
Germanna heritage book.
First four generations of the Michael Clore family.
Germanna, outpost of adventure.
Blankenbaker, Weaver, Wilhoite.
Carpenter and Wayland descendants.
Clore, Yager, and Utz descendants--1717 colonists.

 
    
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