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Van Cotts in the old world and new : embracing the traditional and comprehensive history of the Van Cott family in Europe and America

by Annie Anderson Van Cott
Manuscript/Manuscript with Digital Images
English
[1949]
3 v. in 2 : geneal. tables, map.

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To view a digital version of Vol. 2 of this item click here.

To view a digital version of Vol. 3 of this item click here.

Typescript (carbon copy) donated by Annie A. Van Cott, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Contents: v. 1. The Van Cott family : the progenitors and descendants pf Claes Van Cats, who came to Long Island from Holland in 1662 -- v. 2. Descendants of Johannes Van Cats and Deborah Meserold -- v. 3. Descendants of David Van Cats and Rachel Sprong.

Includes indexes.

Includes Ambler, Davis, Lathrop, Meserole, Molenaer, Pratt, Price, Sperry and related families.

Claes Cornelissen Van Cats (1641-1698) immigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam, New York in 1662, and married Catalyntie Jans in 1670. Descendants lived in New York, New England and elsewhere. Some descendants became Mormons and moved to Utah and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Ontario and elsewhere in Canada. Includes ancestors to 1060 A.D. in The Netherlands.

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