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One man's family : George Hott Sr. & his descendants

by Mary Catherine (Hott) Kuykendall and William Allen Kuykendall ; assisted by Willa (Reece) Schaich and Jack and Sylvia (Hott) Sonneborn
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Baker, West Virginia] : M. Kuykendall, c1991
367 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., map, ports.
0929915097

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Includes index.

Includes information on the Haines, Loy, Poland, Riggleman and Shanholtzer.

George Hatz (or Hott) Sr. was born ca. 1700 in Germany and married Magdalena Shantz sometime prior to the year 1738. They immigrated to America aboard the ship "Charming Nancy" and arrived in York, Pennsylvania 9 November 1738. George and Magdalena lived in White Hall, Frederick Co., Virginia and were the parents of four known children. Descendants lived primarily in Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio.

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