Op den graeff genealogy in colonial and revolutionary families of pennsylvania as pdf

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Founded by German , Quaker , and Mennonite families in as an independent borough , it was absorbed into Philadelphia in The area, which is about six miles northwest from the city center, now consists of two neighborhoods: 'Germantown' and 'East Germantown'.

Samuel W. Pennypacker

Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker April 9, — September 2, was the 23rd Governor of Pennsylvania from to He was the fourth great-grandson of Abraham op den Graeff. Pennypacker was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, April 9, ; son of Dr. Isaac A. He and his grandfather Whitaker witnessed Abraham Lincoln 's speech outside Independence Hall in February , standing 20 feet 6. He fought in the skirmish at Witmer Farm, north of Gettysburg on June 26, , an action that saw his newly recruited regiment retreat to Harrisburg when confronted by veteran Virginia cavalry. He left the emergency militia in late July and resumed his education.

Hans de Neus- 7th Great Grandfather (Logan Family)

In some sources it is shown that Hans de Neus, was born in France about It also stated that he was a French Huegenot fleeing prosecution. However, the more research I do, it seems he was actually born in Germany so I have edited my post on Facebook. Maybe one of the places he fled to was France on his way to America. He founded the Nice family in Philadelphia, more specifically, Nicetown acres. He is believed to have gone to Holland to take refuge from religious Mennonite prosecution. There, in Holland, he met and married his wife, Janneke Bloemen.


Op den Graeff, also Updegraff, Uptegraft, Updegrave, Updegrove, Uptegrove, Ubdegrove, One of these was famous Abraham op den Graeff, a cousin of William Penn, who signed along with three others the first organized religious petition against slavery in the colonies, the U.S. Genealogical Web Archives.


Bishop Hermann Isaac op den Graeff

Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker April 9, — September 2, was the 23rd Governor of Pennsylvania from to He also served Pennsylvania as a judge and wrote on aspects of Pennsylvania history. Pennypacker was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania , April 9, ; he was the son of Dr. Isaac A. He was a cousin of Galusha Pennypacker.

Germantown, Philadelphia

She died on. He in the company with his brothers Direk and Abraham and sister Margaretha, came to Pennsylvania, in Before leaving their native land the brothers purchased acres of land, from Jacob Telner, to be laid out in Pennsylvania.

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