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eBook Hewitt Family of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, and Allied Families ePub

by Marilyn Schmidt

  • ISBN: 0788441248
  • Category: Genealogy
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Marilyn Schmidt
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heritage Books Inc. (May 11, 2016)
  • Pages: 418
  • ePub book: 1943 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1195 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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The Colonial families of Maryland were the leading families in the Province of Maryland. Several also had interests in the Colony of Virginia, and the two are sometimes referred to as the Chesapeake Colonies. Many of the early settlers came from the. Many of the early settlers came from the West Midlands in England, although the Maryland families were composed of a variety of European nationalities, . French, Irish, Welsh, Scottish, Swedish, in addition to English.

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 9: The Purdum Families - William Neal Hurley, J. Hanson, Henson, Hinson, Hynson and Allied Family Names. Cheseldine and Gerard Families of Maryland - Edwin W. Beitzell.

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 9: The Purdum Families - William Neal Hurley, Jr. This work, the ninth in a series of books about Maryland families, focuses on the Purdum families, primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties. Having early origins in the area, and being rather prolific, the Purdum families intermarried w. heritage-books. Vol. II: Early Records of the United States: Southeast. Any Cheseldine living in America today could be descended from Kenelm and Mary Cheseldine.

Allied families: "Cochran, Davis, Durham, Edwards, Fisher, Gulick, Hall, Hull, Jacks, Kennedy, Kenny, Kyle, Morrison, Piersol, Schmidt, Terhune, Williamson, and Wood. Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-357) and index.

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The Calvert family, which controlled Maryland, and the Penn family, which controlled Pennsylvania, decided in. .In 1827 city leaders obtained a charter from the Maryland General Assembly to build a railroad to the Ohio River

The Calvert family, which controlled Maryland, and the Penn family, which controlled Pennsylvania, decided in 1750 to engage two surveyors, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, to establish a boundary. They surveyed what became known as the Mason–Dixon Line, which became the boundary between the two colonies. In 1827 city leaders obtained a charter from the Maryland General Assembly to build a railroad to the Ohio River. 17 The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) became the first chartered railroad in the United States, and opened its first section of track for regular operation in 1830, between Baltimore and Ellicott City.

This book documents the journey of seven generations of the Hewitt family from the 1600s in colonial Maryland to the early twentieth century in Ohio. It follows one line, including siblings, as they headed west just prior to the Revolutionary War and settled for a generation in western Pennsylvania. You will meet Jacob Hewitt, an indentured servant who made good by marrying into the Maryland gentry. His land legacy in western Pennsylvania allowed his sons Robert, Richard and Ephraim to move west into Ohio and Tennessee where one became a frontier judge and the others made their living as farmers, innkeepers and tradesmen. One son fought in the Revolutionary War, and the next generation served in the War of 1812. Hewitt women nursed children through fevers and epidemics, endured loneliness and above all, faced death as part of life. Those who married into the Hewitt family include the Cochran, Davis, Durham, Edwards, Fisher, Gaither, Gulick, Hall, Hull, Jacks, Kennedy, Kenny, Kyle, Morrison, Piersol, Schmidt, Terhune, Williamson and Wood families. Additional lines are the Ackerman, Bell, Bishop, Chandler, DeHart, Elder, Gaither, Hartshorn, Pierpont, Selover, Shute, Smithson, Sturm, Thompson, Warfield and Wyckoff families. Numerous vintage photographs, maps and a fullname index enhance the text. 2005, 6x9, paper

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ACOS ACOS
This is a very well written and researched history of the Hewitt family.
Weetont Weetont
Marilyn knows how to research her families. I was particulary interested in the Williamson line and her work is very good.