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Genealogies Zener, Howell, Swayze, Yard, Gramling

Genealogies for families Zener, Howell, Swayze, Yard, Gramling
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Mercer Island, Washington : L.S. Stowell, 1982
34, 19, 6, 22, 16, 56 p. : ill., facsims., maps., ports.

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Cover title: Genealogies for families Zener, Howell, Swayze, Yard, Gramling.

Bibliography interspersed occasionally.

Includes indexes.

Includes Hornberger, Klink, Lacey and related families.

Matthias Zener (fl.1765-1815), possibly a Hessian soldier during the Revolutionary War, married Elizabeth Geeringer in Maryland, settled in Bourbon and Union Counties, Kentucky, and moved to Clark County, Indiana in 1812. Descendants lived in Kentucky, New York, New Jersey, Indiana, Michigan, Texas, California and elsewhere.

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