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Shenandoah Valley pioneer settlers : a few of them and some notes of interest : includes genealogical sketches on the Bucher, Dellinger, Eye, Hammond, Sauvage and Walter(s) and allied families

Gene Paige Hammond
Hammond, Gene Paige (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1992
1 microfiche : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Microreproduction of original published: Strasburg, Va. : Hammond Printing and Publishing, c1988 [1987]. 69 p.

Includes index and bibliographies.

Addenda (p. 69) and corrections and additions (inside back cover).

Hans Ulrick Bucher was born in Germany in 1686 and came to the United States with his second wife, Ann Barbara Wirth, and children.

George Dellinger married Catherine and died in 1769 in Virginia. He had four sons.

Christopher S. Eye (Au, Awe, Aweiss) came to the United States sometime after 1721. He died in 1797 in West Virginia, leaving his wife Catharine (Katrine) and at least seven children.

Paul Hammond (Hammon) came to Shenandoah County in 1772 and died there in 1789. His wife's name was Frances (Parrot?) and they had at least one son, John Hammond.

Jean Sauvage was born in 1698 in France and came to Pennsylvania in 1738. He died in Pennsylvania. He had at least one son, John Henry Sauvage, who migrated to Westmoreland County, Virginia(?).

Edward Walter married Lucy Brown and their son, Charles Enoch Walter, was born in 1837 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

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