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Block from whence the chip came, or, My ancestry and possibly some of yours!

by Raymond Coolidge Rhodes
Rhodes, Raymond Coolidge (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1973
on 1 microfilm reel : geneal. tables (1 fold.) ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Blacksburg, Va.] : R.C. Rhodes, 1962. 33, [2] leaves.

Reproduced from typescript (mimeograph).

IN Family records, v. 7, leaves 156-192.

Ancestors of the author's parents, Peter R. and Lenna M. Wanger Rhodes. Since most of their ancestors were of the Mennonite faith, and few married outside of their faith, there were intermarriages of distant relatives. Twenty-three persons appear twice in the author's ancestry and five appear three times.

Peter Reuben Rhodes (1899-1953) was the son of Reuben S. Rhodes and Maggie Rhodes of Dayton, Virginia. His father, Reuben Swope Rhodes (b. 1858), was born in Rockingham County, Virginia, the son of Frederick A. Rhodes (1819-1900) and Magdalena Heatwole Rhodes (1820-1898). His mother, Mary Magdalene Rhodes (1859-1919), was the daughter of Peter Rhodes (1824-1863) and Anna Beery Rhodes (1822-1876). Lenna Marie Wenger Rhodes was born in 1901, the daughter of John Reuben Wenger (1878-1943) and Emma Virginia Weaver Wenger (1881-1921).

Ancestors include: Henry Rhodes (1748-1827) of Pennsylvania and Rockingham County, Virginia -- Christian Wenger (fl. 1727) of the Palatinate, Germany and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania -- Samuel Weaver (1790-1857) of Rockingham County, Virginia -- Matheus Hütwohl [Heatwole] (fl. 1748) of the Palatinate, Germany and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania -- Abraham Beery (1718-1799) of Switzerland; Adams County, Pennsylvania; and Rockingham County, Virginia.

Contents: My paternal ancestry -- My maternal ancestry -- Berry -- Brenneman -- Chambers -- Estep -- Gochenour -- Good -- Grabiel -- Hass -- Heatwole -- Hochman -- Huber (Hoover) -- Kagy -- Koch (Cook) -- Lehman -- Lehman -- Mauk -- Patterson -- Reiff -- Rhodes -- Rife -- Saunders -- Shank -- Showalter -- Stoner -- Swank -- Weaver -- Weland -- Wenger.

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