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Blankenbaker, Weaver and Wilholte descendants

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English
Culpeper, Virginia : Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, 1971, 1982
117 p.
Germanna record : official publication of the Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, Incorporated; no. 13

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Contents: The Blankenbaker family / by Claude L. Yowell -- Descendants of Peter Weaver, the immigrant / by B.C. Holtzclaw -- The Wilhoit family, the first four generations of the Wilhoit-Wilhite family in America / by John Connie Wilhite, Jr.

John Nicholas, Mathias and Balthaser Blankenbaker were members of the 1717 Germanna Colony in Virginia. They were born in Germany but it is not known if they were brothers or just closely related. John Nicholas died ca. 1743 in Orange County. Mathias died ca. 1763 in Culpeper County. Balthaser died ca. 1772 in Culpeper County. The family settled in Culpeper, Orange, and Madison counties.

Peter Weaver was born in Germany ca. 1700 and came to Virginia ca. 1725. He died in 1763 in Culpeper County. The family settled in Culpeper and Madison counties.

Michael Willheit (also spelled Wilhoit) came with two brothers to America from Germany ca. 1717. He moved to Orange County, Virginia, ca. 1726 and died ca. 1746. The family settled in Culpeper, Orange, and Madison counties.

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