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The Andrew Zumwalt family

by Paul L. Reed
Reed, Paul L. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
[United States] : Zumwalt Historical Committee, c1964-
v. : ill., ports.

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Contents: v. 1. The first four generations of Zumwalts in America --

Andrew Zumwalt and his younger brother immigrated to America in 1737 and settled first at Baltimore, Maryland, where he and his wife, Mary, were married. They then settled on a farm in Little York, York County, Pennsylvania. They had five children born in York County. Mary died ca. 1748. He married 2) Ann Regina, a native of Switzerland. They had six children, ca. 1750-ca. 1759. The family migrated to Frederick County, Virginia, ca. 1751. Andrew Zumwalt died in Frederick County in 1764. Children, grandchildren and great grandchildren lived in Virginia, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois and elsewhere. Chiefly follows male lines only.

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