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First attempt to collect all of the Rader/Raeder/Reader/Röder/Roeder/ Rötter families in America

compiled by James L. Rader
Rader, James Lee (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Rancho Cordova, California : J. L. Rader, 1992
xxv, 483 p.

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Among various ancestors, the most prominent families are the descendants of Johann Adam Roder (1669?-1721) and Anna Katharina Diebert Tauber (1670-1751) of Switzerland and Mutterstadt, Bavaria; Casper Rotter/ Rader (1732-1812) and Regina Gerhardt (1746-1816) of Berks County, Pennsylvania and Wythe County, Virginia; and George Rader (1750-1815) of Pennsylvania and Highland County, Ohio.

Includes Rader/Roder and other variant forms; Bible, Cobble, Harmon, Hartman, Neas, Peters and other related families.

Includes index.

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