2 edition of List family notes, with data on Banta and Demarest families found in the catalog.
List family notes, with data on Banta and Demarest families
Howard M. List
|Statement||compiled by Howard M. List.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.L7714 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||87109170|
Citations  John Reynolds Totten, "Verdon Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record (April ): pHereinafter cited as "Verdon Family Notes."  First Reformed Church (Hackensack N.J.), Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey (New York: Collections of the Holland Society, ), Hackensack Baptisms, page ~brouwergenealogydata/phtm. NOTES/BIBLIOGRAPHY. 10, - Bowman, Fred Q, (), 10, Vital Record of Eastern NY [There are several other books in Records this series.] Ackerman Gen. A# Tobey, Barbara W. (, ), The Ackerman Family Vol.I, Ackerman Descendants - , Descendants of David Ackerman and Lysbeth ~reetrees/
Full text of "The Demarest family: David des Marest of the French patent on the Hackensack and his descendants / compiled by Mary A. Demarest and William H. S. other formats The Family Files contain notes, charts and correspondence on individual families. Those families with not enough data to warrant a separate folder have been placed in a general folder at the beginning of each alphabetical section. There are two folders in the oversize file containing charts for the Lillard, Bourne, Perry, Stout and McQuiddy
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There is a book that would help you in your search for all these families. list family notes w/ data on banta and demarest families, compiled by howard m. list, battle creek, mi. i ordered my book at the following: howard m. list central battle creek, michigan Get this from a library.
List family notes, with data on Banta and Demarest families. [Howard M List] -- Johann Georg List arrived in Philadelphia in with a group of emigrants from Germany and Switzerland.
He died in Newberry Township, York County, Pennsylvania, in List family notes, with data on Banta and Demarest families by Howard M. List; 1 edition; First published in ; People: Banta family, Demarest family, List family /List_family_notes_with_data_on_Banta_and_Demarest_families.
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his book entitled "List Family Notes - With Data on Banta and Demarest Families". During his 25 years of genealogical research, he developed considerable data on the history and lineage of our Dutch, German and French Huguenot ancestors who arrived In the Colonies beginning in the 's.
List summarized this historical record from their The LeStourgeon Family Book Letchworth: Larned: OCLS: List Family Notes with Data on Banta and Demarest Families Littell: Littell: WPBPL: Littell's living age.
Little: Sewell: Genealogical Notes Relating to the Families of Lloyd, Pemberton, Hutchinson, Hudson, and Parke and to Others Connected Directly or Remotely with ~flecfgsc/ LIST BANTA DEMAREST FAMILIES Posted on: 30 Novby blondie Surnames > Banta.
THERE IS A BOOK THAT WOULD HELP YOU IN YOUR SEARCH FOR ALL THESE FAMILIES. LIST FAMILY NOTES w/ DATA ON BANTA AND DEMAREST FAMILIES, COMPILED BY HOWARD M. LIST, BATTLE CREEK, MI. I ORDERED MY BOOK AT BANTA Posted on: 01 Decby ?sortKey=CIAAIf0AyiWk&db=mb&.
Banta, Elsa M. (Elsa M. Ericksen). Banta pioneers: and records of the wives and allied families. (Soldiers Grove, Wisconsin: E.M. Banta, ).:Banta,_Elsa_M. The Demarest family: a record of the desMarets family in France, the Holy Land in the crusades, again in France, Holland, the Palatinate (Germany), again in Holland, and the migration to America, and of the descendants of David desMarets and Marie Sohier, found today in all states of the union and almost all of the provinces of Canada, also in many foreign countries, spelling the name According to the book, a group of Dutch families, not including the Banta family, moved from Conewago, PA> about 40 miles southwest into Berkeley CO., West Virginia, and settled near Shepherdstown.
They had heard stories about Kentucky during the War, and a feeling grew among this group and also those still at Conewago in favor of an all-out He married (2) Antjin Demarest on Janu in New York Reformed Dutch Church, NYC, daughter of Samuel David Demarest and Lea.
Notes for Hendrick Henrickse "Henry" Banta: Per Dan Roberts data 5/8/ Sometime around Hendrick Banta Title: The Demarest Family, Volume 1 The Demarest Family, Voorhis David Demarest Volume 1 of The Demarest Family: A Record of the DesMarets Family in France, the Holy Land in the Crusades, Again in France, Holland, the Palatinate (Germany), Again in Holland, and the Migration to America,and of the Descendants of David DesMarets and Marie Sohier ?id=jABgAAAAMAAJ.
Park/e/s and Bunch on the Trail West With Allied Families: Benton, Duvall, Foster, Greenwell, Jones, Loveless and Tally Including New Supplement on the Benton Family plus Additions & Corrections Bergen County Families is the life work of Allendale (NJ) Historian and GSBC Member, Pat A.
Wardell. An avid researcher, Wardell collected data on NJ families and meticulously recorded the names she found in these records. The pages from this collection were received by the GSBC as PDF files, organized by surname from Pat :// The Demarest family, supplement to the second edition: a record of the desMarets family in France, the Holy Land in the crusades, again in France, England, then again France, Holland, the Palatinate (Germany), again in Holland, and the migration to America, ; and of the descendants of David desMarets and Marie Sohier, found today in all states of the union, and almost all of the BANTA Pioneers and Records of the Wives and Allied Families by Elsa M.
Banta () A Supplement to BANTA Pioneers and Records of the Wives and Allied Families by Elsa M. Banta () The BLAUVELT Family Genealogy, Revised Edition by Dorothy A.
Moos; Vol. 1 () and Vol. 2 () - The First Six Generations of the Descendants of Gerrit 12 - Data on Ackerman families with S-Z given names: 11 - Data on Ackerman families with L-R given names: 10 - Data on Ackerman families with Jo-K given names: 09 - Data on Ackerman families with Ja given names: 08 - Data on Ackerman families with G-I given names: 07 - Data on Ackerman families with E-F given ?mtid= The Film/Digital Notes contain a description of the microfilm or microfiche numbers.
Some family history centers and libraries maintain collections of previously loaned microfilms or microfiche. A camera icon indicates items that are digitally available :// For help with genealogy questions contact Lois E B Johnson. For technical support and information contact Stuart ://?pid=I&ged= Citations  Voorhis David Demarest, The Demarest Family: A record of the desMarets family in France, the Holy Land in the Crusades, again in France, Holland, the Palatinate (Germany) again in Holland and the migration to America, (Hackensack, NJ:), nafter cited as Demarest Family.
 A. Van Dorn Honeyman, "The Conewago Colony-Baptisms ", Somerset County ~brouwergenealogydata/genealogy/phtm. There is a John S Demarest in the Demarest genealogy, and I'm pretty sure that he and his wife Susanna Sindle are Sarah's parents, but I wish I had better documentation for this link.
John is person in the book, and he is listed as the son of Samuel Demarest and wife Albe. Samuel is listed as the son of Peter Demarest and Maria ?page=6.The ancestor of the Banta family in America Epke Jacobs, was a farmer who lived in the vicinity of Harlingen, an important seaport of Friesland, the most northern of the provinces of the Netherlands.
Upon arrival in America, Epke JACOBS probably settled in Flushing, Long Island, NY and was an innkeeper according to New York :// "Supplement to work entitled: Banta pioneers: and records of the wives and allied families /prepared by Elsa M.
Banta [Soldiers Grove, Wis.]: E.M. Banta, This supplement contains family history and genealogical data about one branch of the ancestry of the Banta family in the Netherlands, with maps and photographs of the