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Heinrich Roth : early 1700's -1774

Marcella Isenhart
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Dubuque, Iowa] : M. Isenhart, c2002
63 p. : facsims.

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Heinrich Roth was born in 1686 in Manheim, Germany. He married Elizabeth and they had four sons. He married Elizabeth's sister, Catherine, and they had five children. Heinrich is first found in America in a deed recorded in 1746 in Frederick County, Maryland. He died in 1774 in Ursina, Pennsylvania. His name has also been recorded as Henry Rhoads or Rhodes.

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