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"Yonce" families in the United States of America : nationality, German : Pennsylvania in 1738, Virginia about 1765, North Carolina about 1768, South Carolina before 1772, Ohio late 1788, Kentucky in 1807, Tennessee early 1800, Missouri in 1838, Mississippi mid 1800, Arkansas mid 1800, and more

compiled by Luther V. Yonce
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Knoxville, Tennessee : Tennessee Valley Publishing, c1993
x, 556 p. : facsims., geneal. tables.

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Spine title: Yonce families in America.

Contents: Yonce in Pennsylvania : a short note with a very small part of Yonce history -- Yonce families of Pennsylvania : the descendants from Melchior Yand of Penn., the migration of these families in America -- Yance families and/or relatives -- Ancestors of Margaret Waltman, wife of John Yonce, Pa. -- Part descendants list, Melchior Yand, Pennsylvania -- Index for Pennsylvania Yonce, chapters 5 and 6 only -- A brief sketch on the origin of the Jundt/Yount families in America -- Yonce's early land, property and/or deed records -- Yonce in South Carolina : John Yonce ... -- Yonce soldiers, Confederate Army -- Part descendants list, John Yonce, South Carolina -- Part genealogy list, John Yonce, South Carolina -- Index for chapters 13 and 14 only, S.C. Yonce -- Yonce family census list from U.S. census records, 1790-1920 -- A few Yonce Cemetery locations -- Yonce U.S. Social Security death records.

Melchior Yand/Yont (1707-1777) was born in the Palintinate. He and his wife, Sarah/Sophia, had three sons, 1734-1739, born in Germany and Pennsylvania. The family immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1738. He died in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Descendants listed lived in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri, and elsewhere. Descendants spelled their surname, Yonce, Yonts, Younts, etc.

Includes the Hamm, Helsley, Kepley, and other related families.

John Yonce (ca. 1747-ca. 1820) and his wife, Margaret Hamiter (ca. 1752- ca. 1821) recieved a land grant in South Carolina in 1772. John Yonce and his son, Matthias Yonce (1769-1847), signed the petition for incoporation of St. Peter's Piney Woods Lutheran Church in the Dutch Fork area of Orangeburg District (now Lexington County), South Carolina, in 1794. Mathias Younce, his wife, Margaret Bowers (1780-1852), their family and his parents, moved to South Edisto River, then in lower Edgfield County, (now Aiken County), South Carolina, ca. 1818. Descendants listed lived in South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, and elsewhere.

Includes the Bodie, Derrick, Fulmer, Gregory, Lott, Lybrand, Sanders, Satcher, and other related families.

Includes other Yonce, etc. families.

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