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Grosecloses and descendants in America : (with short sketches of nineteen related families)

compiled by B. Clark Groseclose
Books/Monographs
English
[Brentwood, California : B.C. Groseclose], c1999
xiv, 895 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Peter Crosscloss Sr., son of Johan Adam Grosscloss and Elisabetha, was born 23 Feb 1730 in Miesau, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. He immigrated to America in May 1750 arriving in Philadelphia. He married Mary Magdalena Ott, daughter of Johann Jakob Ott and Elizabeth Keller, about 1756 in Pennsylvania. They had 7 children. Peter died on 6 Dec 1803 and Mary died 27 Oct 1805 at Ceres, Wythe, Virginia. Their descendants have lived in Virginia, Maryland, Texas, California, and other areas in the United States.

Includes information on the Groseclose, Anderson, Barrett, Baumgardner, Blaylock, Blessing, Brown, Bruce, Cameron, Cassell, Copenhaver, Crabtree, Crow, Crowe, Davis, Dobbs, Dutton, Foglesong, Gose, Grose, Groseclos, Hall, Hanshew, Harman, Harmon, Heninger, Huddle, Hudson, Jones, Johnson, Kegley, Kelly, Kent, Kimberling, Kirk, McCann, Peery, Quinnett, Repass, Rhudy, Smith, Snavely, Spangler, Spracher, Spraker, Thompson, Tilson, Umbarger, Umberger, Williams, Young, and other related families.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. xii-xiii.

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