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Georg E Zimmerman And Descendants Of Frederick County Maryland 1714 1987

Georg E Zimmerman And Descendants Of Frederick County Maryland 1714 1987
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Andreas (Andrew) Zimmerman married Anna Elisabeth Frëyburger (widow of Andreas Frëyburger) in 1703, and they had at least nine children. They immigrated in 1727 from Germany (via Rotterdam and England) to Philadelphia, and settled at Goshenhoppen in what is now Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Their seventh child was Johann Georg Zimmerman (1714-1795), who anglicized his name to George Zimmerman. He married Anna Catharina Seidel in 1742, and assisted with the Revolutionary War. They moved to Frederick County, Maryland. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Virginia, West Virginia and elsewhere.
Georg(e) Zimmerman and Descendants of Frederick County, Maryland 1714-1987
Language: en
Pages: 1470
Authors: Margaret E. Myers
Categories: Frederick County (Md.)
Type: BOOK - Published: 1987 - Publisher:
Andreas (Andrew) Zimmerman married Anna Elisabeth Frëyburger (widow of Andreas Frëyburger) in 1703, and they had at least nine children. They immigrated in 1727 from Germany (via Rotterdam and England) to Philadelphia, and settled at Goshenhoppen in what is now Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Their seventh child was Johann Georg Zimmerman
Georg(e) Zimmerman and Descendants of Frederick County, Maryland, 1714-1987
Language: en
Pages: 1470
Authors: Margaret E. Myers
Categories: Maryland
Type: BOOK - Published: 1987 - Publisher:
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