Berks County naturalization records, 1752-1764 : foreign Protestants in America and West Indian colonies

[Reading, Pennsylvania] : Berks County Genealogical Society, [19--?]
[11] leaves


"The following lists are abstracted from a book entitled Naturalization of Foreign Protestants in the American and West Indian Colonies, pursuant to Statute 13, George II, c. 7. Edited by M.S. Giuseppi, F.S.A., these lists were originally published in 1921 by the Huguenot Society of London."--P. [1].

"This abstract begins in 1752, when Berks County was founded, and contains every entry concerning a person who was listed as residing in Berks County."--P.[1].



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