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Genealogy of the Matthais Nead family in America, 1753-1973

written by Betty (Miller) Wurstner, 1973
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English

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Microfilm of typescript (photocopy, 27 leaves) at the Dunbar Library, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio.

"Source material" leaves 26-27.

Matthias Nead (Neidt) and his brother immigrated to America from Germany in 1753. Matthias was naturalized at Philadelphia in Septemeber 1753. He settled in Frederick County (now Washington) County, Maryland, near Clearspring, and later moved to Hagerstown, where he died ca. 1810. His son, Daniel Nead, served in the Revolutionary War with the Washington County, Maryland, Militia. He married Mary Hoeffleigh, possibly daughter of Peter Hoeffleigh, business associate of Mathia Nead at Hagerstown, Maryland. They had seven children, 1771-ca. 1806. Descendants listed, chiefly descendants of his son, Peter Nead (1796-1877), who married Elizabeth Yount (1787-1864) in Rockingham County, Virginia, and died in Ohio, lived in Ohio, Indiana, and elsewhere.

Includes the Yount, Kinsey, Miller, and other related families.

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