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Ludwig Bottner and his sons, the beginning of the Boatner family in America

by Paula S. Felder
Books/Monographs
English
Fredericksburg, Virginia : Historic Publications of Fredericksburg, c1985
viii, 282 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps.
0960840818

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Bibliography: p. 248.

Includes index (references to Lewis Botner, Bottner, Boltner, or Bortner are indexed under Ludwig Bottner; references to his sons are indexed under Boatner; all other names are indexed as spelled in the text).

Includes DeLee, Garig, Jelks, McCauley, Maxey, Pursley and related families.

Ludwig Bottner (ca.1722-1801) immigrated from Germany to Amelia Township, Orangeburg County, South Carolina during or before 1755 (he possibly immigrated to Pennsylvania and moved by 1755 to South Carolina), and later moved to land in Fairfield County, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and elsewhere. Includes chapter entitled "Black Boatners," particularly those living in South Carolina, Mississippi and Louisiana.

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