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The saga of some Pennsylvania Heflins who might be my progenitors

by Donald L. Heflin
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Grover City, California : D.L. Heflin, 1991
[27] leaves. : ill., maps.

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"What I have attepted to do is compile the following chronological events that occurred in Pennsylvania and Virginia about the time that my earliest progenitor, Simon Heaflon/Hefferling/Heflin, got his start. We feel that Simon's birth was duly recorded in the Overwharton Parish records on 1 October 1741, the son of William Heaflon. This was in or near Aquia, Stafford County, Virginia. No one has been successful in establishing who Simon's parents were and from whence they came. Thus, this collection of Heflin data (Heflinablilia) will be my tool to see if I can establish a connection between those Heflins (var. sp.) residing in Pennsylvania in the same time period and those of Virginia ."

"I will start with with the arrival of two Palatines, Wilhelm Hetterling and Susannah Hetterlingin. Thjey came from the Rhine Valley in Germany via Rotterdam, Holland, and through Cowes, England. They arrived in Phildelphia on or about the 1st of September 1736 ..."

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