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Blue Book of Schuylkill County

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Blue Book of Schuylkill County

who was who and why, in interior eastern Pennsylvania, in Colonial days, the Huguenots and Palatines, their service in Queen Anne's French and Indian, and Revolutionary Wars : History of the Zerbey, Schwalm, Miller, Merkle, Minnich, Staudt, and many other representative families

  • by Ella Zerbey Elliott
  • published by Press of Pottsville, Pa,, "Republican", Pottsville, Pennsylvania, 1916

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Table of Contents

Frontispiece — Road Petition, Year 1727
Martin Zerbe's Homestead
Pioneer Homestead Map, 1723
Early Church, built 1727
Conrad Weiser's Signature
Patent from John Penn to Seven Stars (Minnich) Property, 1750
Land of Early Settlers on Tulpehocken
Schuylkill County Erected
Site of Mill John(4) Zerbe, Tulpehocken
Mardin Zarvas Run, 1723, Wm. Penn Grant
Rear of Homestead of Martin Zerbe's Land
Map George Zerbe Land, Schuylkill Haven
George Zerbe Homestead, near Orwigsburg, Pa
Water Right Agreement Johannes Zerbe, 1747
Site of John Zerbe's Old Mill
Conrad Minnich Map, Land Deed
Stout Homestead, Settled 1736
Ancient Schwalm Castle
Andrew Schwalm Homestead, Orwigsburg, Pa
Translation of Road Petition
Title Page
Huguenots and Palatines
Settlers in Interior Eastern Pennsylvania, 1750-1752; 1730-1780
German Immigration
Huguenots and Palatines
Come to London
Invitation to America
Sail for New York
Who Settlers Were
Settle in New York
Queen Anne's War
Huguenots and Palatines, Continued
Soldiers in War, 1711
Company Lists
Their Lands Resold
Pennsylvania Pioneers of 1723:
The Thirty-Three Families
Settlers Petition Governor
First Church Built, 1727
Petition for Roads, 1727
Tulpehocken Confusion
Province of Pennsylvania
Organization of Pennsylvania Counties to 1811
Petition for New County
Remonstrate Against Revising Constitution
  • Failed
Constitution Amended
Indian Troubles in Pennsylvania:
Indian Troubles
  • Policy
  • Forts
First Fort Dupui
Fort Augusta
Blue Mountain Forts
Forts Lebanon and Franklin
Chain of Forts
Friendly Indians
Indian Atrocities
The Finschers and Millers
John Penn Patent to Seven Stars (Minnich) Property, 1750
Neyman and Other Massacres
Indian Stories
War of the Revolution:
War of the Revolution
Oath of Allegiance
Recruits From Schuylkill (Berks) Co
Zerbes, Grubers, Rebers, Stouts, Swartzs, Merkles, Rieths, etc., in the Early Wars
Family Traditions
War of 1812-1814:
Soldiers From Schuylkill County
Mexican War:
Schuylkill County Represented
The Early Settlers:
Early Notable Settlers
Conrad Weiser's Diary
Governor Schulze Story
Baltzar Gehr, Jacob Morgan, Douglass Family, etc
Schuylkill County Erected From Berks
Who Was Who
First Settlers of Schuylkill County
Neuferts, Whetstones, Potts
Klocks, Christs, Bresslers
Potts, Helms, Hessers
The Morris'
Boyers, Guldins, Colemans
Bocks, DeTurks, Mortimers
John R. and Benjamin B. Bannan
Lindemuths. Matzs, Roseberrys
Braun-Brown Family
Filberts, Weidmans, Krebs, Tysons
Spohns, Bechtels, Palmers
Kaerchers, Kepners, Shippens
Hobarts, Bairds, Pattersons
Zellers, Rahns, Seitzingers
Genealogical Records:
Origin of the Zerbeys
Zerbeys in America
First Generation
The Manors
Second Generation
(Martin Zerbe's Line)
John Jacob Zerbe
John Zerbe
Heinrich Boyer
Albrecht and John Philip Strauss
George Peter Zerbe
Third Generation
Peter, Jr., Elizabeth, Valentine
John George Zerbe
(John) George and Anna Barbara Zerbe's Children.
Hon. Daniel Zerbe
Herring Family Tradition
Daniel Zerbe, Cressona
Henry Zerbe, Lewistown, Mifflin County, Pa
John Adam Miller
Fourth Generation
George Zerbe
Rev. Frank Ellsworth Graeff, D. D
Wm. Merkle Zerbey
John F. Zerbey Family
Heber S. Zerbey Family
Joseph Henry Zerbey Family
"Pottsville Republican"
Robert A. Zerbey Family
Genealogical Records, Fourth Genration (sic), Continued
Frederic E. Zerbey Family
"Schuylkill Weekly Republican"
Charles D. Elliott
Ella Zerbey Elliott
Adelia E. Zerbey Family
Sara Frances Zerbey Family
Rieths or Reeds
War Records
Ship Lists
Zerfass, Serf as, Surber, Sarvar, Sevir, Sarvas
Unclassified Zerbes
British Oath of Allegiance
Penna. Oath of Allegiance
Taxables in Berks County,
Early Churches in Schuylkill County
The First Census
Grubers Intermarried
Sontag Family
(Lorentz Zerbe Line)
First Generation
Lorentz Zerbe Family
Second Generation
John Zerbe, the Miller, Family
Blue Mountain Lands
Tulpehocken Confusion
Second and Third Generations
Dr. Samuel and Maria Isles
Leonard Zerbe
Valentine Zerbe
Christian Zerbe
Benton H. Zerbe
John Zerbe's Law Suit
Nathan Zerbe
John Zerbe, Cumru Township
Third and Fourth Generations
Jonathan and David Zerbe
Rev. John W. Zerbe
George Adam Zerbe, Land and Family
George Zerbe, Tulpehocken, and Family
Tyrone and Altoona Zerbes
Reading, Pa., Zerbes
Unclassified Zerbes
Location of Land, Early Settlers
Host's Church
The Jacob Zerbes
Joel Zerbe Children
Philip Zerbe, of Washington Twp., Schuylkill Co
Centre County Zerbes
Northumberland County Zerbes
Old Church, and Tombstone Records
Allied Families
Church Records
In Wars
Wills and Records
Michael and Elizabeth, Children
Daniel Bartolet's Descendants
Isaac Strauch
Michael Merkle Family
Minnich, Muench History
Capt. Conrad Minnich
Conrad Minnich, Second
Graves of Men Marked
Minnich, Minnig Genealogy
Phila. Branch Muenchs
Staudts. Stoudts, Stouts
Miller, Filbert, Kershner, Lerch, Ebling, Snyder, Maurer, Wagner and other Families
Marriages, Land Warrants
Muellers (Millers)
Henry Miller
Family History
Andrew and Elizabeth Miller, Descendants
History of the Reber Family
Conrad Reber Descendants
The Wildermuth Family
Origin of the Schwalms
First Schwalms in America
Caspar Phillips' Children
Baptismal Records
Andrew Schwalm, Sr., Family
Andrew and Hannah Schwalm Family
Frederic and Catharine Haeseler Family
Haeseler's Ancestry
William E. Boyer Family
Dr. Francis W. Boyer Family
James A. Medlar Family
Edmund S. Boyer
Boyer Ancestry
John Andrew Schwalm Family
Dr. Thomas W. Swalm
Allen H. Swalm
Henry A. Swalm
Joseph M. Schwalm Family
Sarah L. Schwalm
Thomas Clouse and Amanda Schwalm Family
Thomas K. Wagner and Susan J. Schwalm Family
Hegins Valley Schwalms
Hubley Township Schwalms
Pottsville Erected
Great Road or King's Highway
Turnpike Roads, Canal, Railways, Stages, etc
Discovery of Coal
Settlers of Norwegian Township
Pottsville Erected
Pottsville's First Houses and First Settlers
Old Time Stories
Hessian Ancestors
Wills Probated Before

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