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Tales of Witt : the lives and times of our Witt family ancestors

researched and written by Julieann Witt Fisher and William Scott Fisher
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Fruit Heights, Utah : W.S. Fisher, 1996
ii, 209, [94] p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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History of the descendants of John Witt (1645-1715) and Ann Daux (b. 1648), who lived near the James River in Charles City County, Virginia. Early ancestors came mainly from England, Wales, the Netherlands and Germany. In the 1600-1700's, some Witt and allied families settled in Halifax and Henry Counties (Virginia) and in Hawkins and Jefferson Counties (Tennessee). Others also settled in Kentucky, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania Tennessee, and Virginia. In the 1800's, some settled in Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, and Michigan. Some later families also moved to Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, New Jersey, Utah, and elsewhere in the United States.

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Also includes Allred, Bottenberg, Critz (Creutz, Creitz), Davis, Harbour, Horner, Nixon, Palin, Sewell, Shelton, Shoemaker, Strieby, Westerhouse (Westerhuis), Wiersma, Wyatt, and other related families.

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