The Gissendanner Legacy : volume 2, an African American heritage

George Giessendanner was born in Switzerland in 1655. He came to America and settled in South Carolina. His descendants were slave owners and this volume traces eleven distinct African American families, whose ancestors lived in Alabama and South Carolina and carry the surname of Gissendanner. The descendants of John and Martha Gissendanner, who were born about 1830 are particularly well represented. Descendants lived in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, California, New Jersey, Ohio, New York, and elsewhere. Includes Gissendaner, Gissendanner, Johnson, Jones, McRay, Reynolds, Warrick, Bailey, Bell, Benton, Brown, Burse, Doster, Gatson, Gipson, Gissentaner, Griffin, Hairsten, Hairston, Harper, Id-Deen, Jackson, Mannan, Matthews, Mc Nair, Middleton, Motton, Miller, Owens, Peppen, Rance, Rich, Smith, Snell, Spencer, Stewart, Tate, Thomas, Walker, Williams and related families.

Creator
Hansen, Xana Arango, Gissendanner, Little Johnny, Gissendanner, Lillian
Collection
Family History Archive
Subject
African Americans - Genealogy, Gissendanner family, Brown family, Burse family, Doster family, Gatson family, Gipson family, Gissentaner family, Griffin family, Hairsten family, Hairston family, Harper family, Gissendaner family, Id-Deen family, Jackson family, Mannan family, Matthews family, McNair family, Middleton family, Motton family, Owens family, Pippen family, Rance family, Johnson family, Rich family, Smith family, Snell family, Spencer family, Stewart family, Tate family, Thomas family, Walker family, Williams family, Jones family, McRay family, Reynolds family, Bailey family, Bell family, Benton family

A scattered people : an American family moves west

Peter Browne (d.1692) immigrated from England to Windsor, Connecticut during or before 1658, and married Mary Gillett. Descendants (mostly spelling the surname Brown) and relatives lived in New England, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oregon and elsewhere.

Creator
McFarland, Gerald W., 1938-
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Brown family, Adair family, Bly family, Greenfield family, Remington family, Root family, Ward family

History and genealogy of "Elder" John Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts : his English ancestors and American descendants

John Whipple, son of Matthew Whipple, was baptized 29 August 1596 in Bocking, Essex, England. He married Susanna in about 1620 and they had eleven children. They emigrated in about 1638 and settled in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York and Illinois.

Creator
Whipple, Blaine, 1930-
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Whipple family, Adams family, Brown family, Bucknam family, Cannon family, Chapman family, Clawson family, Crocker family, Decker family, Eaton family, Ellsworth family, Estey family, Andrews family, Foster family, French family, Gaber family, Gates family, Goddard family, Goodhue family, Haine family, Hale family, Hanners family, Hastings family, Bacon family, Heise family, Hill family, Howe family, Jardine family, Jenne family, Kimball family, Knowlton family, Lane family, Mecham family, Miller family, Baker family, Munsch family, Norton family, Pearson family, Pillsbury family, Powers family, Pratt family, Rich family, Richardson family, Rogers family, Starr family, Ball family, Barraford family, Basford family, Billings family, Blanchard family

300 American ancestors of Leon R. Brown / by Leon R. Brown.

Creator
Brown, Leon R.
Collection
Family History Archive
Subject
Brown family

The Street genealogy

Nicholas Street was born in 1603 in Bridgewater, England. He immigrated to Massachusetts between 1630 and 1638. He married twice, and died in 1683.

Creator
Street, Henry Augustus, Street, Mary A
Collection
Family History Archive
Subject
Street family, Bishop family, Brown family, Cook family, Doolittle family, Hall family, Ives family

Beyea genealogy

Six Bouyer/Bowyer/Bowyee/Bouhier/Beyea brothers were born in Westchester County, New York ca. 1728-1741. Three of them became Loyalists and migrated to Fort Howe, New Brunswick. Some descendants and relatives lived in Canada, others lived in Massachusetts

Creator
Peck, Maurice E. (Maurice Ellsworth), Beyea, Gale Peck, 1937-, Beyea, Karl M. (Karl Minner), 1933-
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Beyea family, Barrett family, Brown family, Gardner family, Hill family, Morris family, Smith family

George genealogy

Gives the lines of descent from four men surnamed George, all early immigrants to America. Descendants of all four are found throughout the United States. No relationship among the four Georges has been found, except that some of their descendants have intermarried.

Creator
George, Keith H. (Keith Howard), 1919-
Collection
Family History Archive
Subject
George family, Brown family, Clark family, Davis family, Johnson family, Smith family

Appo - Fisher - Hawkins : genealogy of Dr. Annette Hawkins Eaton and Dr. Walter Lincoln Hawkins

M. Aparevous, reportedly of East Indian lineage, and his French wife, immigrated to New York during the French Revolution. Their son, St. John Appo, was probably born in New York and moved to Philadelphia during or before 1804. His daughter, Ann Appo was organist at St. Thomas Church in Philadelphia--"... the first "colored" church in the U.S. to have a pipe organ." Henry Fisher (ca.1800-ca.1871), a slave emancipated by his owner, moved from Alexandria, Virginia to Washington, D.C. Walter Hawkins (b.ca.1809) was born as a slave in Georgetown, District of Columbia, and escaped (via New York and New England) to Toronto, Ontario. Appo, Fisher and Hawkins descendants and relatives lived chiefly in the District of Columbia, with some living in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio and elsewhere. Some lived in Ontario and elsewhere in Canada.

Creator
Sluby, Paul E., Sr., Wormley, Stanton L. (Stanton Lawrence)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Appo family, Fisher family, Hawkins family, Brown family, Cook family, Johnson family, Williams family, African Americans - District of Columbia

Now in our fourth century : some American families. A documentary and pictorial history of more than twenty families who were well settled in the American Colonies before the year 1700, and of many of their ancestors, kin, and descendants, or,

Compiled family history.

Creator
Drake, Paul, 1932-
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
United States - Genealogy, Bradshaw family, Broad family, Brown family, Carner family, Cody family, Cole family

The melting-pot : the Robinson/Aksum/Keith/Ambrose/Brown genealogy in sixteen pictorial charts, with reading directions and relationships covering seven maternal and paternal generations from 1795 to 1989 : of a great granddaughter of Mountain Dew and gre

Osceola (1800?-1838) was chief of the Seminole Indians in Florida while the Seminoles were fighting the incoming white colonists and the United States Army. They were trying to maintain their Seminole Indian tribe and its traditional lands in Florida, and

Creator
Wells, Geraldine Ambrose (Geraldine Naomi Ambrose), 1927-
Collection
Family History Archive
Subject
Robinson family, Aksum family, African Americans - Genealogy, Keith family, Ambrose family, Brown family, Brantley family, Mason family, Seminole Indians - Genealogy, Seminole Indians - Slaves, Ownership of, African Americans - Florida