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The Emile & Susanna (Ebersol) Arthaud 1765-1987 with allied families Blank/Plank, Lebold, Neuhauser, Schwartzentruber and Zwalter

by John Bradley Arthaud
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Columbia, Missouri : J.B. Arthaud, c1987
vii [i.e. xiv], 104 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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"Acknowledgments:" p. [xiv].

Includes index.

Includes Anderson, Bish, Blank, Camp, Ebersol (Ebersole), Hagan, Hannum, McVay, Prouty, Schwartzenruber and related families.

Emile Arthaud (1806-1887) immigrated in the 1820s to Quebec, Canada, traveled in the United States, and settled in Ontario. In 1840 he married Suannah Ebersole, a Mennonite from the Palatinate, and in 1850 they immigrated to Porter County, Indiana. In 1851 they moved to Washington County, Iowa, and in 1868 to Henry County, Iowa. Descendants and relatives lived in Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, Washington, Oregon and elsewhere.

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