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Hufstedler family and allied families (believed to be descendants of Michael Hochstaedter of the ship Harle, 1736) by Lena Jo Kelly Glaser

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Published in [Philadelphia?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hochstetler family.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.H686 1974
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 942, 78 p.
Number of Pages942
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5071235M
LC Control Number74080491

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  Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Hufstedler family and allied families (believed to be descendants of Michael Hochstaedter of the ship Harle, ) by Lena Jo Kelly Glaser, edition, in EnglishPages: Warfel and allied families Unknown Binding – January 1, by Stanley Lee Warfel (Author) › Visit Amazon's Stanley Lee Warfel Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Author: Stanley Lee Warfel. Message Boards > Surnames > Hufstedler > Hufstedler Family and Allied Families. Message Boards. Search for content in message boards. Names or keywords. Advanced Search. All Boards. Hufstedler - Family History & Genealogy Message Board I ordered my book from Don and Judy Fite Hickory Rd. Olathe, CO Article published in “River Counties” in July about the Pinckney Hufstedler family. Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana: 8. The Hufstedler Family and Allied Families by Lena Jo Kelly Glaser; History of the Hufstedler and related families starting .

The first story states that Rachel was the child of Henry Norman Hufstedler born in in Lincoln, N.C. and died in Ponotoc County, MS and his wife Eve. Henry was the son of John Hufstedler and? Whisenhunt. The second story involves the research of Lena Jo Kelly Glaser and her book, "Hufstedler Family and Allied Families" pp Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Hufstedler family and allied families (believed to be descendants of Michael Hochstaedter of the ship Harle, ) by Lena Jo Kelly Glaser; 1 edition; First published in . For the family of Pinckney Hufstedler & Louisa Jane Randel [Note: The basis for my research of this family started with the book "Hufstedler Family and Allied Families, (believed to be descendants of Michael Hochstaedter of the ship Harle ) by Lena Jo Glaser (Mrs. Alfred W. Glaser). Seeking them for information regarding the copyrights of the book that their grandmother wrote: "HUFSTEDLER AND ALLIED FAMILIES" which is out of print and I'm seeking a copy. Please if anyone can help, it would be greatly appericated. Regards Fay Mesa SW Pinto Dr. Tualatin, OR

User Review - Flag as inappropriate It is True that there are some inaccuracies in this book and the authors have stated that in the beginning of the book that they had struggled with some of the information and urged the reader to use any means that they had to unravel those discrepancies. I have to point out that given the lack of the internet, these folks did a remarkable job in obtaining Reviews: 2. Penelope Irwin (Hufstedler) Heath 04 Dec Garrision's Mill, Arkansas - 31 Jul managed by Steve Hufstedler last edited 1 Mar Martin Luther Hufstedler 12 Jan North Carolina - 02 Dec last edited 26 Feb "Hufstedler Family and Allied Families" published by Mrs. Lena Jo Glaser in is no longer available in original edition. The late Mrs. Glaser gave permission to Mrs. Judy H. Fite to reproduce the copyrighted material. The book is available for purchase in loose-leaf form. pages plus 80 pages index. History of Jacob Hochstetler family massacre in , during the French and Indian War many of the native tribes allied with the French and began to attack the border settlements in Pennsylvania and New York to drive the white settlers out of their ancestral lands. Between November and June several families in the Northkill area.