4 edition of Our Pennsylvania German families found in the catalog.
Our Pennsylvania German families
Edna Barnett Chelson
|Statement||by Edna Barnett Chelson ; edited by Deborah J. Chelson.|
|Contributions||Chelson, Deborah J. 1958-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B283 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||626 p. :|
|Number of Pages||626|
|LC Control Number||99490602|
Pennsylvania. The largest wave of German immigration to Pennsylvania occurred during the years but tapered off during the French and Indian Wars and after the American Revolution. The wars in the colonies and Europe combined with rising land prices made it difficult to attract German immigrants, especially those with families. In his book entitled History of the Religious Society of Friends from its Rise to the Year , Quaker minister and author Samuel McPherson Janney () summarized Quaker religious activities during the early years in Pennsylvania."The Friends, soon after their arrival, were careful to establish, in every neighborhood, meetings for divine worship, where they offered up grateful.
The German Society of Pennsylania Since its founding in , The German Society of Pennsylvania has served Philadelphia's German community. Between the s and the American Revolution, the majority of an estimated , German-speaking immigrants coming to North America settled in Pennsylvania, making up a third of Philadelphia's population by the s. Description. 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.
Pioneer and patriot families of Bradford county, Pennsylvania, Including history (), marriages (), soldiers of the revolution, ministers, justices, original officers and all matters relating to early times. By Clement F. Heverly. "Lindi un Lilli" is a children's book written in Pennsylvania German and English. With so few books available in the PA-German language, this is a nice addition for parents to read to their children without having to translate from English to PA-German. Most Pennsylvania German speakers are not used to reading their native language.
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Our Pennsylvania German families: a history and genealogy of the ancestors of Eva Minerva Baer Barnett, who settled in Berks County, Pennsylvania, and her descendants Edna Barnett Chelson Masthof Press, Jan 1, - Reference - pages.
Our Pennsylvania German families by Edna Barnett Chelson; 1 edition; First Our Pennsylvania German families book in ; Subjects: Family, Genealogy, German Americans; Places: Pennsylvania; People: Baer family, Barnett family, Eva Minerva Baer Barnett ().
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[Edna Barnett Chelson; Deborah J Chelson] -- The story of Pennsylvania ancestors against the backdrop of European and American history is found in these pages filled with information on families who.
Genealogy books and supplies. Research your family history here, search surnames and see what books you find. The Loehr and Lehr Families in Germany and Beyond, 54 The F. Christian and Anna Eleanora (Zaft) Ortmann Family History, 50 Our Pennsylvania German Families.
35 Descendants of John and Susanna. KLG, out of 5 stars, Amazon. Pennsylvania German Dictionary. Love this dictionary. The Dictionary is well composed and accurate. I use it as a study guide to learning the Pa German language. Kathy Cardman, out of 5 stars, Amazon. Pennsylvania German Phrases.
Phrase book is a wonderful tool for learning pa german. The book OUR PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN FAMILIES (A HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF THE ANCESTORS OF EV is much recommended to you to learn.
You can also get the e-book from official web site, so you can quicker to read the book. Paul McKinney. This book attempts to bring the reader, in one short volume, to a point where he or she can read the south German dialect known as "Pennsylvania Dutch". Of the two that I know - from Frey (separately reviewed on Amazon) and Haag - this is the less polished but more accessible to those without a background in High by: Our Pennsylvania German Families: A History and Genealogy of the Ancestors of Eva Minerva Bair Barnett, Who Settle in Berks County Chelson, Edna Barnett.
Published by Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1st ed. Hardcover. pages. Pennsylvania German, also called (misleadingly) Pennsylvania Dutch, 17th- and 18th-century German-speaking settlers in Pennsylvania and their descendants.
Emigrating from southern Germany (Palatinate, Bavaria, Saxony, etc.) and Switzerland, they settled primarily in the southeastern section of Pennsylvania, where they practiced any of several slightly different forms of Anabaptist faith.
Warren S. Ely Collection of Genealogical Data, Letters (Eastern Pennsylvania Families). FHL film (first of 46 films) Albert H. Gerberich Collection of Pennsylvania German Families.
This collection is alphabetically arranged in 6 sets. FHL films and FHL films William H. Mervine Collection of Genealogical Notes. The book lists names, often country of origin, occupation, occasionally age, and service, including country, and often rank.
I3 "Narratives of Early PA, West NJ, and Delaware ," Myers, ML "Pennsylvania German Pioneers." Strassburger, Picton Press, German immigrants to. First Families of Pennsylvania—Approved Ancestors. Listed in this table are the qualifying ancestors—those whose residency in Pennsylvania falls within one of the required time periods—from First Families applications approved to date.
Inclusion of an ancestral name is acceptable proof of residency for future applications. "The Pennsylvania German Folklore Society was organized in to develop an appreciation for the Pennsylvania German Mennonite pioneers (sometimes referred to as the Pennsylvania Dutch) and their contribution to the social and economic growth of Ontario." web site.
Supplier was "Family Album". Also available on microfilm and microfiche. Pennsylvania Founding Families, Ancestry. Pennsylvania Genealogies: Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German Ancestry. Pennsylvania Genealogy Collection (includes Courts & Lawyers of Pennsylvania, a History, ) Access Pennsylvania Digital Repository.
Pennsylvania Petroleum, A Documentary History Ancestry. Primary Sources. Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania from by Prof.
Daniel Rupp ; Book: Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of Southeastern Pennsylvania, and of Their Remote Ancestors, from the Middle of the Dark Ages, Down to the Time of the Revolutionary. A collection of Pennsylvania German books.
If you want to learn how to speak and read the language spoken by the Amish and Mennonites there are many books here. We have children's coloring books, dictionaries, how to books, cookbooks, beliefs and more about. While our building is closed until further notice in response to the coronavirus outbreak, our virtual branch is open 24/7: a German language newspaper published at Lebanon, Pennsylvania, History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the territory included within its limit to the present time, with a notice.
Hi Roberta, Excellent summary about the Palatines travails in England. I’ve found that the definitive genealogical work for our s (when many arrived in the American Colonies) is “The Palatine Families of New York: a study of the German immigrants who arrived in.
The German Palatines were early 18th-century emigrants from the Middle Rhine region of the Holy Roman Empire, including a minority from the Palatinate which gave its name to the entire group. They were both Protestant and Catholic.
Towards the end of the 17th century and into the 18th, the wealthy region was repeatedly invaded by French troops, which resulted in continuous military.Our Raser family: descendants of Johannes Röser of Schwarzenau, Germany, who settled in Germantown, Pennsylvania, /7.
[Edward John Raser] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search # German American families--Pennsylvania\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.Pennsylvania German ancestors: a family history: Frysinger, Schaffner, Royer, Keller and related families in Lancaster, York, Berks, Dauphin and Lebanon counties Anne Frysinger Shifflet AFS Publications, - Berks County (Pa.) - pages.