Early Amish Land Grants in Berks Co., Pennsylvania
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This collection of detailed, two-color maps shows where 77 Amish landowners settled in Berks Co., Pa., in the 18th century. It shows the plots of land, names of roads and towns, and other well-marked landmarks to assist any traveler in finding where his ancestor lived. Also, a biography of each landowner with details on all land transactions (number of acres, dates the land was warranted, surveyed, patented, and to whom the land was sold). A genealogy section gives names, dates, and place of residence of the family including the children and their spouses. Photos of early homesteads also. Some of the surnames: Beiler, Kauffman, Kurtz, Stoltzfus, Zook, . . . (43pp. 11" x 14". illus. Pequea Bruderschaft Library, 1990.)
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