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All our yesterday's

by Evelyn Spitzer Drinnen
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Knoxville, Tennessee : E.S. Drinnen, [1993?]
2 v. : ill., facsims., coat of arms, ports.

Notes

Includes bibliography: p. 186-187 (v. 1); p. 155-156 (v. 2).

Includes index in each volume.

The Odell family originally of England. The immigrant ancestor from England to America is thought to be Thomas (1659-1720) Odell. He lived in Prince George County, Maryland. He first appears there in 1681 when he is purchasing land from Col. Henry Ridgely. He married Sarah Ridgely Brewer in 1691. She was the daughter of Col. Henry and Sarah Warner Ridgely and the widow of John Brewer. He was also a landowner in Baltimore Co., Md. He and his wife Sarah had six children. The immigrant ancestor of the Spitzer line is thought to have been Johann Heinrich Spitzer (1713-1793), who with his family arrived at Philadelphia, Pa. from Rotterdam, Holland in 1764. They settled in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Some members of the family later migrated to Shenandoah Co. and Rockingham Co., Va.

Includes Odell and Spitzer and allied families of Ault, Bell, Coleman, Copeland, Jones, McCroskey, Mynatt, Spann, Epes/Eppes, etc.

Contents: v. 1. A history of Odell's & related families -- v. 2. A collection of genealogical records of Spitzer & allied families.

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