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The descendants of a Hessian soldier, Lorenzo Frederick Smith

compiled by Goldie Turner May
May, Goldie Turner (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Broadway, Virginia : G.T. May, c1985
358 p. : facsims., ports.
0878131388

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Includes index.

Includes Dove, Hinkle, Miller, Minnich/Minnick, Moyers, Reedy, Sonifrank, Turner, Whetzel, and other related families.

Lorenzo Frederick Smith came to America in 1777 with the Bavarian Ansbach Regiments to fight with the British in the American Revolution. His regiment surrendered at Yorktown and was held prisoner at Winchester, Virginia until fall, 1783. Lorenzo stayed in this country, marrying Christine Agatha Sunifrank in the German settlement of Lovettsville, Virginia. Their 14 children were born in Lovettsville and Rockingham County, Virginia, between 1789 and 1810. Several generations of descendants have lived primarily in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.

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