3 edition of Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky found in the catalog.
Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky
Joan England Murray
by J.E. Murray in Palatine, Ill. (1281 N. Linden Ave., Palatine 60067)
Written in English
|Statement||by Joan England Murray.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B228 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||85242120|
"The Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, their Ancestors and Descendants". Joan England Murray, BB5 "Conquest of a Continent: Nine Generations [of Bantas] on the American Frontier". Theodore M. Banta, BB5 "A Frisian Family. The Banta Genealogy. Her first husband, Peter Duree, son of Samuel and Wyntie, was killed by Indians, their stories recorded in the annals of Kentucky history. They had eight children, and lived in Shelby and Henry Counties until they moved to Switzerland Co., Ind. Dan was buried in Pleasant Cem. at Pleasant, Indiana following his death on Dec. 15, Children: Daniel J. Banta, Jacob Banta, Polly Banta, John Banta, Anna Hollcroft.
Luvesc Banta. 16 March BANTAS: Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, Their Ancestors and Descendants, The: Murray, J E: Anundsen Publishing Co. p. Bartlett Book, The: A Collection of Newspaper Articles Containing A History of Many Families (Including Tullis) Hill, J B: Milford Chronicle Pub. Co. 71 p. BENNETT: Bennett Family
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The Bantas Of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky: Their Ancestors And Descendants - Joan England Murray. This book is basically a family history centered on one generation of the Banta family (mids to mids), with information on their ancestors and descendants presented against a historical backdrop.
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Joan England Murray. A brief background of the family in Holland () is provided, followed by the arrival of the Epke Jacob family in New Netherland (), their move to NJ sometime beforeand their settlement in PA in the late s. (The Banta family in central Kentucky is well documented in a wonderful book by Joan England Murray, “The Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, their Ancestors and descendants”, Please see the ancillary images.) Samuel Banta was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, December at York, Pennsylvania serving under Capt.
Van Arsdale. The Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky; A Frisian Family, the Banta Genealogy; Banta Researchers and Miscellaneous Information; List and Banta Families; The Family of Mrs.
Louise E. Bettens; Descendants of John & Anna Meyers Brubaker ; Samuel Caseldine, volume 7 of The Family of John Caseldine ; The Darnall, Darnell Family.
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A copy of the will is in the book THE BANTAS OF PLEASANT HILL on page byJoan England Murray. The England Family in Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, and Illinois - Joan England Murray.
This book contains a three hundred year history of the England family in America - from to With their beginning in the tidewater region to the piedmont to the mountains of Virginia, to the blue grasses and cliffs of Kentu.
One book is BANTA PIONEERS AND RECORDS OF THE WIVES AND ALLIED FAMILIES By Elsa M. Banta and another is THE BANTAS OF PLEASANT HILL, KENTUCKY by Joan E.
Murray. There are also several good histories of the Demarest family available. happy hunting, very interesting family. THE BANTAS of PLEASANT HILL, KENTUCKY by Joan England Murray HISTORY OF THE LOW DUTCH by Vincent Akers FOLLOWING A KENTUCKY TRACE, by Carol Gibson Flaherty FINDING OUR WOODEN SHOES, by James “Jim” Cozine THE DORLAND ENIGMA SOLVED, Dorland genealogy, by Barbara a.
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BOOKS GENERAL GENEALOGY Title Author Call Number Subject The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Kentucky HGEN GENE GEN Certificate Book of the Virginia Land Commission Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr. HGEN GENE GEN The Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky: Their Ancestors and Descendants Joan England Murray HGEN GENE FAM.
Founded inShaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, was a thriving community located in the center of the bluegrass region.
After the Civil War, a steadily shrinking membership resulted in the gradual decline of this remarkable community, and the last remaining Shaker to reside at Pleasant Hill died in 32 Early Kentucky Settlers—The Records of Jefferson County, Kentucky. Page 33 Westervelt family account entitled “A Brief History of the Westerfield Family in America”.
Page 2 34 Murray. The Bantas of Pleasant Hill. Page 35 Westervelt, Walter Tallman, and Wharton Dickinson. Genealogy of the Westervelt family. Dutch Cousins of Kentucky. The Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky. Their ancestors and descendants. Palatine (Illinois), " Both Montforts and Bantas moved to the Conewago Colony at York County, PA in the mid 's and then to Kentucky in Comment by Barbara Whiteside on Novem at am.The book contains pages with an index of over surnames.
Price is $ for soft bound (postage included) and $ for hard bound (postage included). Anyone interested should contact Joan E. Murray, N. Linden Ave., Palatine, IL The Bantas of ."The Bantas of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky: Their Ancestors and Descendants"; Murray, Joan England; Palatine, IL; ; p.
Mention of Shuck surname only once. However, a lot of interesting historical material about the Low Dutch Company, Shaker .