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Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse

John M. Byler

Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse

a record of 263 immigrants, with a record of their descendants to those who were married by about 1865, plus historical records of Germany, shiplists, etc.

by John M. Byler

  • 292 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by J.M. Byler in Bellville, OH .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hesse (Germany),
  • Waldeck (Fürstentum),
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Amish -- United States -- Genealogy.,
    • Mennonites -- United States -- Genealogy.,
    • Hesse (Germany) -- Genealogy.,
    • Waldeck (Fürstentum) -- Genealogy.,
    • Hesse (Germany) -- Emigration and immigration.,
    • Waldeck (Fürstentum) -- Emigration and immigration.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby John M. Byler.
      GenreGenealogy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE184.M45 B95 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 231 p. ;
      Number of Pages231
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4008517M
      LC Control Number2001368082
      OCLC/WorldCa29649380

      Byler John M Amish Immigrants Of Waldeck Germany to Amish immigrants during Shelf - Byler John M Amish Immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse Genealogy Shelf - Alpha by Author Byler John M. Early Amish Settlers Of Geauga County, Ohio Geauga County, Ohio Shelf - Alpha by Author Byler Melvin/Bett y Noah G. and Elizabeth R. (Byler) Bender. The State of Hesse (German: Land Hessen, literally "Country of Hesse") is part of the larger cultural region. It has an area of 21, km 2 (8, sq mi) and just over six million inhabitants. The state capital is Wiesbaden. Hesse's largest city is Frankfurt am Main. The English name "Hesse.

      Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: A record of immigrants with a record of their descendants to those who were married by about plus historical records of Germany shiplists etc. Amish Immigrants of Waldeck & Hesse. Elverson, PA: Olde Springfield Shoppe, “Family Group Record.” Cindy Krause Leonhardt. Olen L. Miller and Alta Elizabeth Schrock. Joel B. Miller History. Grantsville, MD: Joel B. Miller Book Committee, RETURN TO OUR BRENNEMAN FAMILY TREE.

      Hesse (/ h ɛ s /, also US: / ˈ h ɛ s ə, ˈ h ɛ s i /, Hessian dialect:) or Hessia (UK: / ˈ h ɛ s i ə /, US: / ˈ h ɛ ʃ ə /; German: Hessen ()), officially the State of Hesse (German: Land Hessen), is a parliamentary republic in western Europe and, with just over six million inhabitants, a member state of the Federal Republic of Germany as of Its capital city is Wiesbaden, the Capital: Wiesbaden.   Hesse-Darmstadt, Rodheim or Waldeck Posted on: 13 Jun , by satees. Localities > Central Europe > Germany > Hessen > General. Conrad Ludwig b in Hesse Darmstadt probably Rodheim or Waldeck m Margaret Faulstroh. To Old Appleton MO USA with children Marie and Caspar. John Schreiner to USA from Hesse Darmstadt abt with.


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Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse a record of immigrants, with a record of their descendants to those who were married by aboutplus historical records of Germany, shiplists, etc. by John M.

Byler. 2 Want to read; Published by J.M. Byler in Bellville, : Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: A record of immigrants, with a record of their descendants to those who were married by aboutplus historical records of Germany, shiplists, etc [Byler, John M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : John M Byler.

This encyclopedic volume covers Amish immigrants who settled in Waldeck and Hesse in Germany. Descendants of these immigrants are traced for those persons married by The most frequent surnames include Allgayer, Bauman, Beck, Bender, Brenneman, Buercky, Dieffenbach, Donner, Eash, Eckardt, Ehrismann.

Byler, John M. Amish Immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: A Record of Immigrants, with a Record of Their Descendants to Those Who Were Married by aboutplus Historical Records of Germany, Shiplists, etc.

Bellville, Ohio: J.M. Byler, John M. Byler, New. Subtitle: Amish Immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: A Record of Immigrants. With a Record of The Title: Amish Immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse. [Hermann Guth] -- "Thousands of American Mennonites are descended from the Swiss Amish-Mennonite families who settled in the Waldeck and Wittgenstein areas of Germany.

Between andthe Amish-Mennonite. Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: a record of immigrants, with a record of their descendants to whose who were married by aboutplus historical records of Germany, shiplists, etc Author: Byler, John M.

Published: () The Amish Author: KRAYBILL, DONALD B. JOHNSON-WEINER, KAREN M. The greatest period of immigration was between andwhen 3, Amish emigrated from Alsace, Lorraine, Montbeliard, Bavaria, Hesse, Waldeck, and the Palatinate. Many settled in Pennsylvania, but 15 additional settlements were founded throughout the United States.

The book is out of print, but is available in some libraries. Reference to page numbers in this work is given in parentheses throughout the article. The lead article is followed by extracts from Feeding the Hungry, selected for their depiction of need in Russia at the time of MCC’s effort to enter with relief.

Byler, John M. Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: a record of immigrants, with a record of their descendants to those who were married by aboutplus historical records of Germany, shiplists, etc.

Bellville, OH: J.M. Byler, Genealogical information. The 19th century Amish Mennonite immigrants from Hesse & Waldeck Germany to the Casselman Valley of Somerset County PA and Garret County MD.

Picture Postcards from Waldeck: Amish Administered Estates of the 's and 's in Waldeck, Wittgenstein, Northern Hesse and the Principality of Anhalt in Central Germany [Karl-Wilhelm Westmeier] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Picture Postcards from Waldeck: Amish Administered Estates of the 's and 's in Waldeck, Wittgenstein5/5(1).

Hessen Resources at the Immigrant Genealogical Library Introduction The Map Guide to German Parish Registers series has one volume on the Grandduchy of Hessen (Vol.

1), with a list of available town lineage books shown on pages Separately, two more volumes (9 & 10) are devoted to the Prussian Province ofFile Size: KB.

Waldeck (state) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Byler, John M. Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: a record of immigrants, with a record of their descendants to those who were married by aboutplus historical records of Germany, shiplists, etc.

Bellville, OH: J.M. Byler, Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: a record of immigrants, with a record of their descendants to those who were married by aboutplus historical records of.

The Amish in the U.S. and Canada: before Sponsored link. Migration from Europe: InWilliam Penn, an English Quaker, received ownership of the land that would eventually become the state of decided to try a "holy experiment:" to establish a colony that would allow religious was a relatively novel concept at the time.

Across the Atlantic and beyond: the migration of German and Swiss immigrants to America / Charles R. Haller. Bowie, Md.: Heritage Books, xi, p.: maps ; 22 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. (OCoLC) lccopycat ISBN EG3H23 A history of German and Swiss immigration to America.

Subtitled "Amish Administered Estates of the s and s in Waldeck, Wittgenstein, Northern Hesse, and the Principality of Anhalt in Central Germany." This book tells the story of 18 estates in Waldeck, and a few nearby areas, that were administered by Amish people in the 18th and 19th centuries before their immigration to America.

Reference List for Books - Emigrant & Passenger List: R 4: Virkus, Frederick Adams: Immigrant Ancestors List of Immigrants to America Before R 5: Amish Immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: R Eakle, Arlene H. Immigration Digest: R Haury, David A. Index to Mennonite Immigrants on US.

Byler’s books are esoteric volumes on the Amish: “Early Amish Settlers of Geauga County,” “Amish Immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse,” “Trials of the Hochstetler Family,” and “Alte Schreibens” – that’s.

Amish immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse: a record of immigrants, with a record of their descendants to those who were married by aboutplus historical records of Germany, shiplists, etc. F BYLER: immigration, Amish: 1.Eighteenth century emigrants from Langenselbold in Hesse to America.

Annette K. Burgert - Write a review. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. Well done volume. I have learned more about my relatives with this book.

Thank you to the author for writing this 18th century Emigration and immigration Genealogy German Americans German Reviews: 1.The Amish-Mennonites of Waldeck and Wittgenstein. Statement of Responsibility: by Hermann Guth "This book deals with a group of Amish-Mennonites who first settled in the County of Wittgenstein at the beginning of the 18th century.

Switzerland, area. Most of the Mennonites in this specific area [Waldeck and Hessen Kassel] left for.