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Steinseiffer family, Germany to America : John Stonecypher, Revolutionary soldier, 1756-1855, to Franklin County, Georgia, 1784 : records for descendants in Georgia, for tracing ancestry for Daughters of the Revolution and Sons of the Revolution

by W. B. Dyer
Dyer, Watson B., 1901- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Cedartown, Georgia : W.B. Dyer, [198-?]
36 p. : ill., ports.

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Johannes Mark Steinseiffer (1692/1695-1754) was born in Eiserfeld, Westphalia, Germany and immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1749. He died in Culpepper County, Virginia. John Henry Stonecypher (b.1756/1757) a grandson, was born in Culpepper County, married in Wilkes County, North Carolina, and moved to Franklin County, Georgia in 1784. Descendants lived in Georgia, Tennessee, and elsewhere.

Includes Nix, Collins, Dyer, and related families.

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