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Abraham Guseman descendants

by Alta Kincheloe Allen
Allen, Alta Kincheloe (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Ann Arbor, Michigan : Edwards Brothers, 1938
44 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm.

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Book is divided into two parts, both parts containing genealogy of the Abraham Guseman families, with an index at the end of each part.

Includes index.

"The progenitor of the following lineage, Abraham Guseman, was probably born in Germany. He took the oath of allegiance at Philadelphia, Sept. 14, 1751. The only further trace of him was found in Berkeley County, Virginia where his son, Abraham Guseman, was born."--P. 1. Abraham Guseman ... son of Abraham Guseman, the immigrant, was born in Berkeley County, Virginia, 1753; he died in Monongalia County, W. Virginia November 27, 1821, and was buried in the Pierpoint Cemetery."--P. 3. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Illinois, Oregon, Indiana, California, Missouri and elsewhere.

Includes --part 1. --Guseman, Martin, Clelland, Means, Kincheloe, Richardson, Wood, Pennington, Flora, Wilcox, Lewellyan, Sturm, Carlson, Baggs, Smith, Hopson, Hilgenberg, Armstrong, Palmer, Johnson, Shaw, Atkinson, Nelson, Allen, Jensen, Myers, Brown, Fisher, Thill, Sellers, Stewart, Dean, Takach, Kiner, Moore and related families. -- part 2. -- Reed, Newman, Watts, Patton, Ryan, Matlick, Kelley, Conner, Brand, Bassel, Selby, Jenkins, Fitzwater, Ewart, Mumma, Burgess, Bucy, Fortney, Hileman, Harned, Livengood, Watson, McMillen, Ashburn, Bevins, Lillard, English, Forman, Wiley, Pixler, French, Menkee, Bowen, Rowan, Thompson, Bishoff, Snyder and related families.

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