Surnames/tags: Quakers, Lutheran Pennsylvania, Religion Hartranft
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Page for the Descendants of Schwenkfelder Ancestors
- There is probably no better description of a Schwenkfelder than Rev. Balthasar Heebner‘s book titled The genealogical record of the Schwenkfelder families : seekers of religious liberty who fled from Silesia to Saxony and thence to Pennsylvania in the years 1731 to 1737.
- Citation 1879 Book (Copyrighted)
- Kriebel, Reuben and Balthasar Heebner. 1879. Genealogical record of the descendants of the Schwenkfelders who arrived in Pennsylvania in 1733, 1734, 1736, 1737: from the German of the Rev. Balthasar Heebner, and from other sources. Manayunk [Pa.]: J. Yeakel, printer.
- Citation 1923 Book (Public Domain)
- Brecht, Samuel Kriebel and Reuben Kriebel. 1923. The genealogical record of the Schwenkfelder families : seekers of religious liberty who fled from Silesia to Saxony and thence to Pennsylvania in the years 1731 to 1737. New York.: Printed for the Board of Publication of the Schwenfelder Church, Pennsburg, Pennsylvania [by] Rand McNally & Co.
- Link to Public Domain Books
- The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families Vol. 1
- The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families Vol. 2
- The Schwenkfelder Society ($)
- A group for Schwenkfelder Descendants.
- Schwenkfelder Exile Society
- Society of the Descendants of the Schwenkfeldian Exiles
- Link to Wikipedia Page for Society of the Descendants of the Schwenkfeldian Exiles
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