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Christian Luer (1843-1899) and some of his descendants By David J. Emmick
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Christian and Dorothy Luer came over to Wisconsin in 1867 with Christian’s mother Margret. She is listed in the 1880 census with them; age 75. He was born in Germany in 1843. He married Dorothy... More > Kruse in Germany in 1866. Christian Luer died 4 July 1899 at the age of 56. Christian Luer was the father of 13 children, 10 survived him Elizabeth LUER (1869 – 1925) Katharina LUER (1872 - ) John Voltein LUER (1874 - 1946) Margaret Christine LUER (1875 - 1964) Mary Katherine LUER (1877 - 1936) Henry Christian LUER (1878 - 1963) William Henry LUER (1881 – 1962) August John LUER (1883 – 1949) Ernest LUER (1885 - ) Anna Christiana LUER (1887 – 1974)< Less
Emig, Emich, Amick, Emmick Supplement By David J. Emmick
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This works starts with notes on the other Amick / Emmick lines in America. These lines intersect so much that I assume they are related. The work continues with notes on Revolutionary officers... More > Colonel John Keller and General John Lacey. This is followed with tax lists for Haycock Township and Bucks County history.< Less
Into the Wilderness By David J. Emmick
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This book completes the story of the Amick family first started in the Book Emig, Emich, Amick, Emmick. This book takes the family from Pendleton County into the Wilderness of Western Virginia and... More > Kentucky and follows the family up to the Civil War. Two lines; Jacob Amick Sr. and John the Miller Amick lines settled on Sewell Mountain and descend from old Henry Amick who fought in the Revolutionary War. Two lines descend from Nicholas Emmick, old Henry Amick’s cousin, who also fought in the revolutionary war. One line was John Nicholas Amick son of Nicholas Emmick and his first wife Catherine Hertzel and he settled on Sewell Mountain; the other line descends from Nicholas Emmick and his second wife Susanna Smith and they settled out in Kentucky. Although the family name has various spellings early on; the families in West Virginia spelled it Amick while the Kentucky families spelled it Emmick.< Less
Emig, Emich, Amick, Emmick By David J. Emmick
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Johan Georg Emig was born in Germany on July 13, 1715. He married Maria Elisabeth in Germany around 1735. They had two children in there, the first, Johan Heinrich, was born about 1737, the second,... More > Johan Philip was born about 1741. Johan Georg, with his wife and two young children, took the ship Christian from Rotterdam and arrived in Philadelphia on the September 13, 1749. Georg Emig took the oath of allegiance upon his arrival. Most of the passengers were from the Palatine region or Rhine Valley. Georg built a grist mill on Tohickon Creek in Bucks County outside of Philadelphia. Georg passed the mill down to his son Henry when he died. Henry Emig, son of Henry who was the son of Georg, was also a miller, inherited his father’s grist and saw mill on Tohickon Creek in Bucks County.< Less
Emig, Emich, Amick, Emmick By David J. Emmick
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Johan Georg Emig was born in Germany on July 13, 1715. He married Maria Elisabeth in Germany around 1735. They had two children there, the first, Johan Heinrich, was born about 1737, the second,... More > Johan Philip was born about 1741. Johan Georg, with his wife and two young children, took the ship Christian from Rotterdam and arrived in Philadelphia on September 13, 1749. Georg Emig took the oath of allegiance upon his arrival. Most of the passengers were from the Palatine region or Rhine Valley. Georg built a grist mill on Tohickon Creek in Bucks County outside of Philadelphia. Georg passed the mill down to his son Henry when he died. Henry Emig, son of Henry who was the son of Georg, was also a miller, inherited his father’s grist and saw mill on Tohickon Creek in Bucks County.< Less
The Judge / Maher Family By David J. Emmick
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This is the story of the Judge and Maher families. Joseph Judge was born in Roscommon, Ireland, in 1884 where he was baptized Patrick Joseph Brehaney [variously spelled Brehaney, Breheny, Brehan,... More > Brehon, Brehony]. He was known as Packy as a young boy and lived an idyllic life with a running brook near the home, a spring where the children fetched water and where a peat fire always was burning.< Less

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