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  3. Thank you. If you open the document I put together, it will give you a better idea of all of my findings from this one book. It is just my hypothesis from all of the books and information put together over the years on my ancestors.
  4. I see, I miss took the University name. Let me see what I might find.
  5. The book written in 1908 is at the university. The information in it was taken from the Mannheim/Frankenthal/Heidelberg church records. The title is: Das Kirchenbuch der französischen reformierten Gemeinde zu Heidelberg 1569 - 1577 und Frankenthal in der Pfalz 1577 - 1596 http://digital.ub.uni-duesseldorf.de/urn/urn:nbn:de:hbz:061:1-471229
  6. That area is very far north in Germany and not near Mannheim. Is there a reason you think they were in or near Mannheim?
  7. Ronald, Thank you for answering me. This is the book I got the information from. It is completely searchable, but the record ends in 1599. I have put together some information into a document. http://digital.ub.uni-duesseldorf.de/urn/urn:nbn:de:hbz:061:1-471229 I am just missing about 51 years worth of records. Thanks for your help. Elizabeth LaRoe Possible Early le Roux (Louroux) Beginnings.pages
  8. That area has a number of French Huguenot churches and they do cover the time period between 1600 and 1680. Do you have any reference to the dates the boys or girls may have been married in the region? You said from a previous marriage, did he marry again while in Mannheim? Do you have any reference at all to location, village names, anything referencing where they came from in Germany?
  9. Hi Ronald, I am looking for French Reformed Church records from Mannheim and Frankenthal from 1600 to 1700. I found some from the 1500’s in this book. http://digital.ub.uni-duesseldorf.de/urn/urn:nbn:de:hbz:061:1-471229 But there is nothing after 1599. The surnames I am researching are Louroux with variations of Lorou, Lourou and le Roux. The first name is seen in several variations as well. Bertolet, Bertholet, Biertholet and Bertollet. I know he was from Verviers, Belgium. He had two son’s and two daughters from a previous marriage who I know lived i
  10. I started this section to publish a few ledgers I have gotten over the years. I do not have many, but they might be of assistance to others. I generally focus on getting ledgers from local community stores or businesses and my primary goal is to obtain them from as far back as my ancestors were in that area. I am looking for the following: New Jersey - 1700 - 1900 Pennsylvania - 1720 - 1880 New York - 1680 - 1850 Connecticut - 1630 - 1800 Massachusetts - 1630 - 1800 Rhode Island - 1630 - 1800
  11. I had an interesting time meeting with the chapter yesterday. Brought back the reason I was interested in joining from the beginning. I hope I can find a way to participate without becoming involved in politics or stress. Joining non-profit volunteer organizations should be fun.
  12. This might be really helpful if it looked at local wars or disease.
  13. Really made an attempt to expand the listings of my books. Though only the basic information is part of the initial postings, I believe in time additional information will be added to those entries.
  14. Showing Three Generations of those who came before May 1692, of the Basis of Farmer's Register. Surnames S - Z
  15. Showing Three Generations of those who came before May 1692, of the Basis of Farmer's Register. Surnames K - R
  16. Showing Three Generations of those who came before May 1692, of the Basis of Farmer's Register. Surnames D - J
  17. Showing Three Generations of those who came before May 1692, of the Basis of Farmer's Register. Surnames A - C
  18. Index of locations and persons visited in his service. Spanning the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. View full record
  19. Index of locations and persons visited in his service. Spanning the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
  20. I am finding this book fascinating to read. A non-standard approach to documenting historical items. Focusing upon local history published in the Amelia Times, Dutchess Farmer, Po'keepsie Telegraph and the Pine Plains Register.
  21. And to Genealogical material contained in all works as town histories, county histories, local histories, Historical Society Publications, Biographies, Historical Periodicals, and Kindred Works. View full record
  22. And to Genealogical material contained in all works as town histories, county histories, local histories, Historical Society Publications, Biographies, Historical Periodicals, and Kindred Works.
  23. And to Genealogical material contained in all works as town histories, county histories, local histories, Historical Society Publications, Biographies, Historical Periodicals, and Kindred Works. View full record
  24. And to Genealogical material contained in all works as town histories, county histories, local histories, Historical Society Publications, Biographies, Historical Periodicals, and Kindred Works.
  25. Tables showing over 7000 of the ancestors of Elizabeth (daughter of Edward IV, and wife of Henry VII
  26. Comprising three generations of settlers who came before 1690.
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