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Raders ramblings

Rader ramblings
Rader, James Lee (Added Author)
Serial
  • English
  • Hebrew
  • German
Rancho Cordova, California : J.L. Rader, c1991-
v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.
10690905
No. 1 (June 1991) -

Notes

Originals may be accessed through the editor's web page "Jim Rader's Web Site.

Quarterly.

Some text is in Hebrew and German.

Editor: James Lee Rader

Title varies slightly: Rader ramblings; Raders ramblings.

Publication was temporarily suspended in 1999.

Publication ceased after 31 December 2000.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Rader (and variant spellings) families who came from Austria, Czeckia (formerly Czecholsovakia), England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Norway, Poland, Prussia, Russia, Scotland, and Switzerland. Some of them are Jewish. Some have African American bloodlines. In the 1700's, some settled in North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia. During the 1800's, some also immigrated to Nova Scotia (Canada), and to Alabama, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Washington D.C., West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in Florida, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and elsewhere. Additional information from the original newsletters may be found on the editor's web site.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (14 Dec. 2005)

Includes queries.

Includes Radchik, Radej, Rader, Radir, Rador, Raeder, Rajt, Rajter, Rajtman, Ratchik, Raters, Ratterree, Rautman, Raydor, Reader, Reder, Reeder, Rejt, Rejter, Rejtman, Reoder, Rheyer, Rhoedermal, Rieder, Rietker, Ritter, Rode, Roder, Röder, Roeder, Rohrer, Rojt, Rojter, Rojtman, Rot, Rote, Roter(s), Rother, Rothert, Rötter, Rotter(s), Rotterin, Rottler, Royer, Ruder, Rut, Rutter, Rutman, Rytman, VonRothert, and other variant spellings.

Description based on: No. 2 (Sep/Oct 1991).

Library lacks: No. 1 (June 1991), and no. 23 (winter 1996).

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