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The Van Hoozer families of Yalobusha County, Mississippi, Alabama & Tennessee : (includes Vanhoozer, Van Hooser, Van Hoozier, Van Hoosier, Hoosier, and other spellings)

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Harker Heights, Texas : F.M. Van Hoozer, 1992
[63] leaves : ill., coat of arms

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The earliest known ancestor, Jan Fransse Van Hoesen (Van Husum, Van Hue- sen, Hoosem) (ca. 1608-1667), was born in the Netherlands, and died in Claverack, Albany Co., N.Y. He was married to Volkje (Volckertje) Juriaens (ca. 1618-1703) 1639 in the Dutch Reformed Church on the Island of Nordstrand, the Netherlands. Their nine children were all born in Albany, New York. Isaac Van Hoozer was born ca. 1782 in Montgomery Co., Va. and in 1787 moved with his father, John, to Jefferson Co. Tenn. In 1804 he married Agnes Baker and shortly after moved to Lincoln Co., Tenn. His brother, Jacob, married Margaret McGrennigals in 1807 in Jeffer- son Co., Tenn. and moved to Lincoln Co., Tenn. These two brothers are the key progenitors of Van Hoozers, Van Hooses and Van Hoosers in Alabama, Mississippi, western Tennessee, Arkansas and parts of Texas.

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