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The Moyer families of Crab Run, Northwestern Rockingham County, Virginia

Moyer families of Rockingham County, Va.
compiled by Vincent Moyer Smith
Smith, Vincent Moyer (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Broadway, Virginia : V.M. Smith, c1997
iv, 436 p. : geneal. tables, maps

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Spine title: Moyer families of Rockingham County, Va.

Michael Moyer (1745-1834) first arrived in the Crab Run area of Rockingham County, Virginia in about 1768. He married three times and had at least eight children. He died 7 April 1834. Focuses on the descendants of his son, Michael (1775-1834) and Mary Elizabeth or Molly Ott. Michael and Molly had six children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia and North Carolina.

Includes index.

Includes Albrite, Bailey, Bowman, Burkett, Campbell, Combs, Crider, Cullers, Dean, Delawder, Dispanet, Dove, Fitzwater, Fulk, Halterman, Holsinger, Hottinger, Hupp, Jenkins, Keplinger, Kline, Lantz, Mathias, May, Miller, Nesselrodt, Reedy, Riggleman, Ritchie, Sager, See, Shipe, Shoemaker, Siever, Snyder, Sonifrank, Spitzer, Strawderman, Turner, Tusing, Whetzel, Whitmer, Wittig, Yankey and related families.

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