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Before Germanna - v. 3-4 - The ancestry of the Blankenbaker, Fleshman and Slucter families

Johni Cerny and Gary J. Zimmerman
Serial Issue
Bountiful, Utah : American Genealogical Lending Library, c1990
45 p. : map.
Before Germanna; no. 3
(Related (reversed)) Before Germanna / Cerny, Johni


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Title taken from cover.

With: Before Germanna no. 4.

Includes information about the Second Germanna Colony of Virginia and lists of its colonists.

Includes index.

The book considers the children of Anna Barbara Schöne. Anna Barbara Schöne was born in 1664 in Neuenbürg, Baden, Germany to Quirinus and Maria Barbara Schöne. She married in 1680 to Hans Thomas Blanckenbühler and they had four children. After his death she married Johann Jacob Schlucter in 1691 and they had one child. Jacob Schlucter died in 1698 and Anna Barbara married Cyriacus Fleischmann. They had three children. She immigrated with her third husband and the children from all three marriages. They came to Virginia in 1717. The surnames Blanckenbühler, Schlucter and Fleischmann have many variations.

The Germanna colony was located in Spotsylvania County but may also have been in part of Orange County, Virginia.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (4 Nov. 2005)



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