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Hoffman--Huffman, 1741-1995

[compiled & typed by Patsy Ann (Saily) Reck Brown]
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Cascadia, Oregon : P.A.S. Brown, 1995]
iii, 997 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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John Huffman (1776-1856) was born in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, the son of John Huffman (1741-1790), a Revolutionary War soldier. He and his wife, Sarah Goodwin, migrated from Berks County, Pennsylvania, ca. 1795 and settled near Smithtown, Monongalia County, Virginia [West Virginia]. Their son, Philip Hoffman (1797-1879) married Aletha Summers (1799-1849) in 1820 in Monongalia They had nine children, 1821-1841. He married 2) Phebe Ann Goff (ca. 1823-1904) in Preston County, Virginia. They had two children, 1855-1857. He died in Barbour County, West Virginia. Descendants lived in West Virginia, Ohio, Oregon, Washington, California, and elsewhere. Descendants spell their surname Huffman and Hoffman.

Includes index.

Includes the Barnes, Brabham/Braham, Hershman, Knotts, Miller, Moore, Paugh, Shahan, Summers, Teal and other related families.

Library has bound book as two volumes.

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