Clore, Yager, and Utz descendants - 1717 colonists

Harrisonburg, Virginia : Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, 1967
80 p. : ill.
Germanna record : official publication of the Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, Incorporated; no. 10


Series was edited by Charles Herbert Huffman.

Michael Clore came from Germany ca. 1717 to Spotsylvania County, Virginia. He died ca. 1762-1763. The family settled in Madison County.

Nicholas Yager (also spelled Jager) was born in Oberzell, Germany, ca. 1676 to Hans Jager. Nicholas came with his wife and children to the Germanna Colony in 1717. He died in 1764. The family settled in Orange, Culpeper, and Madison counties, Virginia.

George Utz (also Hans George Utz) was born in Germany ca. 1695 and came to the Germanna Colony in 1717. He died ca. 1766 in Culpeper County, Virginia. The family settled in Culpeper and Madison counties.

Contents: The first four generations of the Clore-Glore family in America / by Claude L. Yowell -- Four generations of the Yager family of Germanna / by Claude L. Yowell -- The Utz family / by Claude L. Yowell (slightly rearranged by B.C. Holtzclaw to include additional data).

Library has bound no. 10 with nos. 9 and 11 of the series.


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