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Huffmaster-Hoffmeister family records

compiled by James T. Huffmaster
Huffmaster, James T. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Galveston, Texas : Oscar Springer Print], 1922
1 v. (unpaged) : ports.

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Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of Gottlieb Hoffmeister. He was born ca. 1757 near Frankfort on the Main in Germany. He immigrated to America ca. 1776 and settled in Shenandoah County, Virginia. He changed his name to Godlove Huffmaster. He married 12 Jun 1781 to Sarah Louderback. She was bor 18 Feb 1764 in Virginia. Both he and his wife died ca. 1844 in Hawkins County, Tennessee where he had bought land in 1810. They were the parents of ten children. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Alabama, Oregon, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Ancestors include: Johan David Lauterbach (David Louderback) and Elizabeth.

Includes Huffmaster, Hoffmeister,Boswell, Campbell, Cavender, DeWitt, Hord, Holcomb, Jones, Kemp, Newman, Philips, Quinn, Simpson, Trimble, Anderson, Brooks, Cline, Cowley, Caldwell, Dailey, Drinkard, Edgar, Fleming, Long, Lonas, Manley, Murphy, Norman and related families.

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