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Ancestors and descendants of Frederick Shore : Switzerland, 1570--Surry County, North Carolina, 1750 : with the history and genealogy of related families

Frederick Shore, 1570-1980
by Leo Jane Shore, in collaboration with Alice Shore Stump and Mary Prewitt Mitchell ; edited by Doris Johnson Stump
Books/Monographs
English
Kansas City, Missouri : L.J. Shore, c1983
xiv, 814 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., ports.
(Related (reversed)) The Shore line / Sorensen, Jean S.

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Cover title: The Frederick Shore family, 1570-1980, from Switzerland to North Carolina.

Spine title: Frederick Shore, 1750-1980.

Includes indexes (one entitled "Negro index" with listings chiefly by given names, and some also by surnames).

Includes Hauser (House, Houser), Hunter, Phillips, Prewitt, Spach, Speas, Stoltz and related families.

Friedrich Schor (1705-1773), son of Friedrich Schorr and Usula Tschudin, married Margaretha Schneider in 1729, and in 1750 the family immigrated from Switzerland to Philadelphia (Margaretha died at sea). Frederick Shore (as his name was anglicized) and his children settled on land in Augusta County, Virginia, moving later to Surry County, North Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas and elsewhere.

Related works: The Shore line

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