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So many ancestors, our Engle ancestors, Henry (Heinrich) Engle 1742-1811, Revolutionary War, Pennsylvania Militia with many descendants to 1983 : supplement to Hartwell Colman genealogy

by Juanita Anderson Towle
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[San Bernardino, California : J.A. Towle, 198_?]
223, [11] p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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This genealogy goes hand in hand with "Hartwell Coleman Genealogy" by Juanita Anderson Towle and Opal Hale Roderick, 1979. Henry (Heinrich) Engle (ca. 1742-1811) could have possibly immigrated from Germany. He first lived in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and later moved to Wythe Co., Virginia in 1793. His wife's name was Phillipina. He again moved to Adelphi, Ross County, Ohio. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Nebraska, and elsewhere.

Includes Colman, Cutright, Engle, Teats, and related families.

Includes index

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