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One line of the Bostian family of Rowan County, North Carolina

compiled by Ada Petrea Jorgensen
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2012

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Digital images of original published: Hendersonville, North Carolina : A.P. Jorgensen, 1982. 61 leaves.

Bibliography: p. 56.

Includes index.

Includes variant spellings, Bastian, Bastien, Baustion, Bostain, Boston, Bustian as well as Cress, Klutz, Miller, Petrea, Trexler, Yates and related families.

Johan Michael Bastian, son of Christopher Bastian/Bostian and his wife, Ann was the first of their six children to leave the Palatinate for America. Following 1749, most of the family immigrated and settled in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Descendants and relatives migrated to North Carolina, Virginia, Nebraska, Colorado and elsewhere.

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