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The Van Deventer family, 1550-1977

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English
Parsons, West Virginia : McClain Print. Co., 1978
ix, [7], 257, 108 p. : ill., ports.

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Includes reprint of: The Van Deventer family / compiled by Christobelle Van Deventer. Columbia, Mo. : E. W. Stephens, 1943.

Includes indexes of reprint.

Includes variant spellings: Van Devender, Van Devander, Vandevander, Vandevender, van Deventer, Van Devanter and others.

Includes Brown, Clark/Clarke, Johnson, Miller, Smith and related families.

Jan/John Pietersz van Deventer (1627-ca. 1692) married Marie/Marieken Hoogeboom at Houten, Netherlands, in 1652. In 1662, they immigrated to New Netherlands and settled on Long Island. Willis Van Devanter (1859-1941) became Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States under President Taft. Descendants scattered throughout the country.

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