1 edition of Newcomer family of Lancaster County, Pa found in the catalog.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Robert Long Brownfield. The Neff Näf Family: A History Of The Descendants Of Henry Neff, Manor Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Who Immigrated From His Native Switzerland To The Colony Of Pennsylvania Settling At Penn's Conestoga Manor, Chester (Lancaster) County.
Bear (Barr, Baer) families of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Format: Book.
Language: English. Subjects and Genres: Baer family. Book/Printed Material. A Cowan history: the family of David Cowan (c. ) of the Pequea Valley, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Newcomer family of Lancaster County antecedents and descendants Catalog Record Only Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor: Cowan, Terry. George W., seventh child and fourth son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Hershey) Newcomer, was born on the homestead erected by his grandfather in Tyrone township, Fayette county, Pennsylvania, May.
Ruth LaVern (Newcomer) Caldwell 10 Jan Connellsville, Pa - 29 Oct managed by Elva Newcomer-Kocher last edited 8 Mar Donald Eugene Newcomer Sr. 19 Aug Broadford, Pa - 28 Jul Millard Jones Newcomer 06 Jul Upper Tyrone Fayette County Pa - 03 Sep The “Address Book of the Lancaster County Amish” is popularly known as “Katie Beiler’s Address Book.” Katie Beiler assembles it each year on a computer at her home in Smoketown.
By the end of the war the Newcomer family, farm and livelihood was devastated. Now deep in debt, and not wanting to burden his sons with the necessary and significant repairs required, Joshua vacated the farm and the Newcomer family moved to Haldane, Illinois, possibly to live with family or friends from Washington County.
Newcomer - Lancaster County, PA. Tiffany Newcomer 11/12/ Re: Newcomer - Lancaster County, PA. Dawn Lawrence 8/10/ Re: Newcomer - Lancaster County, PA Bonny Andrews 8/30/ Rockbridge County, VA Deed Book D  Sheryl Williams 2/04/ Newcomers of Rockbridge and Bath Co., Virginia.
Claudia Cosby 5/12/ Laura Newcomer. Our interest in this family centers on the daughter Mary, but before that discussion we need to look at another immigrant family to Pennsylvania.
(Primary source is: “Early Newcomers of Lancaster County” by Virginia N. Lane, Mennonite Family History, Vol. II, No. 3; July ) To A New World. The Lancaster County PA GenWeb Project, has numerous maps, church records, local histories, family histories, and other genealogical and historical information for Lancaster county.
FamilyHart Online Database This is an online family database containing overrecords, mostly of Pennsylvania Dutch Extraction. The Landis Family of Lancaster County: A Comprehensive History of the Landis Folk from the Martyrs' Era to the Arrival of the First Swiss Settlers, Giving Their Numerous Lineal Descendants; Also, an Accurate Record of Members in the Rebellion, with a Sketch of the Start and Subsequent Growth of Landisville and Landis Valley, and a Complete Directory of Living Landis Adults, Etc., Etc.
PA-Roots, Pennsylvania History and Genealogy. Early Settlers of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. By S. Flickinger. This is a list of Lancaster county settlers who came between the years and and had purchased and held lands there before Newcomer Joseph Newcomer born 1 December Columbiana County, Ohio son of Jacob & Elizabeth Newcomer died 7-Jan aged 39y-1m-7d married 9 October to Margaret Losher born 7-May Columbiana County, Ohio died Sept aged 38y-4m-7d Mary Newcomer born 30 July died 8-Jan The Landis Family of Lancaster County A Comprehensive History of the Landis Folk from the Martyr's era to the arrival of the first Swiss settlers (Source: Google Books) Biography of C.
Landis (Source: Online Biographies) The Landis family of Lancaster County (Source: Internet Archive). Biographical Annals of Lancaster County, PA. CONTAINING BIOGRAPHICAL AND GENEALOGICAL SKETCHES OF PROMINENT AND REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS AND MANY OF THE EARLY SETTLERS.
PUBLISHERS: J. BEERS and CO. AUTHOR: begun BY JOHN F. MEGINNESS () Many of the biographies are posted on the Biography DataBoard. You can read the book. Explore historical records and family tree profiles about John Newcomer on MyHeritage, the world's family history network.
in Manor Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. Elizabeth was born on John Jacob Newcomer in Nelsons Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, An index to the will books and intestate records of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Annual business review of Lancaster County : containing also, a complete shipper's guide of the state.
Parochial registers for Lutheran congregations in Lancaster County. Lancaster County Revolutionary War Militia 1st Battalion, Commanding Officers: Col. Phillip Greenawalt; 2nd Battalion, Commanding Officers:Missing: Newcomer family.The most extensive and best discussion of Newcomer origins I've come across.
is: Early Newcomers of Lancaster County; Virginia N. Lane; Mennonite Family History; Vol II, No. 3; (July ). Reprints are available at: Mennonite Family History; Route 1, Box 20; Morgantown, Pennsylvania I consider this article a must read for anyone researching a Newcomer family.For more than years, Lancaster County has claimed its kite-shaped space in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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