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Palatine families of Ireland.

Henry Z Jones

Palatine families of Ireland.

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Published by [s.n. in San Leandro, Calif .
Written in English

  • Ireland.
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    • Palatines -- Ireland.

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      Bibliography: leaves 71-76.

      LC ClassificationsCS496.P3 J6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination76 l. ;
      Number of Pages76
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6022757M
      LC Control Number66089778

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Palatine families of Ireland. by Henry Z Jones Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Palatine Families of Ireland documents the genealogies of all those courageous families who left their German homes and were settled by the British in Ireland.

The product of forty years of research in Ireland, England, Germany, the United States and Canada, this volume chronicles the lives of all these emigrants and their descendants, often to the third generation.4/5(4). The following list contains names of the Palatine families that settled in Ireland; those in italics are borne by tenants on the Adare estate: Baker.

Barkman. Barrowbier. Benner. Bethel. Bowen. Bowman. Bovinger (now Bobanizer) Brethower. Cole. Coach. Corneil. Cronsberry. Dobe. Dulmage. Embury. Figgle. Grunse. Gruer. Heek. Hoffman. Hifle. Heavener. Glozier (probably now Leguer) Lawrence. The Palatine Families of Ireland by Henry Z. Jones Jr. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Palatine Families of Ireland by Henry Z Jones Jr - AbeBooks.

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Henry Z. Jones Jr. has written four books on the Palatines: a) The Palatine Families of Ireland b) The Palatine Families of New York A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 2 volumes, Universal City, California, An entrancing story reaching back to tap the life and times of a Palatine family from west Limerick in 19th century Ireland (s to s), embracing the spread of family, friends and relations over far flung corners of the earth including Australia, South Africa and North America.

His years of work pursuing and documenting 18th century German Palatine emigrants have resulted in several books, including The Palatine Families of New York - (Jacobus Award winner as Best Genealogical Book of the Year), The Palatine Familes of Ireland, More Palatine Families, Westerwald To America, the three-volume Even More Palatine Families, and his best-selling Psychic Roots: Serendipity & Intuition in Genealogy /5(17).

Seventy years later, there were three villages with about 70 remaining Palatine families. The Palatine farmers still clung to the concept of a common cattle grazing ground for the settlements (dorfs), and had a burgomeister for decades.

They also appear to be the first to build silos in Ireland, and they had prosperous farms. Palatine Family Names in Ireland Around the same time the French also invaded the Palatinate area of Germany, and drove its Lutheran population out.

In the early ’s about 3, of them ended up in Ireland, essentially as refugees under the protection of English landlords, and each of them was allocated eight acres of land at a nominal rent of five shillings per acre and leases of “three.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Palatine families of Ireland by Henry Z Jones; 2 editions; Subjects: Palatines, Genealogy; Places: Ireland.

By now you may know that the St. John families of Ireland were from the German Rhine region and called in the 's they immigrated to Ireland and settled for a headed to America and Canada after that, probably other places as well.

Even More Palatine Families: 18th Century Immigrants to the American Colonies and their German, Swiss, and Austrian Origins (3 volume set) (Hardcover) by Henry Z. Jones, Jr & Lewis Bunker Rohrbach Palatine Families of Ireland by Hank J. Jones. The Shiers, An Irish Palatine Family An ongoing family history project compiled by Roger Shier, Ottawa, Canada.

This project focuses on the descendents of Hans Adam Schrier/Shrier/Scheier/Shier who left the Palatinate region of Germany in eventually arriving in Limerick County, Ireland.

THE PALATINE FAMILIES OF IRELAND A genealogical study of the German families settled by the British government in Ireland in Well worth having by all genealogists with Palatine ancestry or whose interests touch upon the information it contains.

The research costs thus saved will far outweigh the nominal cost of this book. The Palatine Families of Ireland, 2nd. Ed., Picton Press: Camden, Maine, These books can be obtained through the Irish Palatine Association in Rathkeale, Co.

Limerick, Eire. These include: Henry Z. Jones The Palatine Families of Ireland (); Patrick J. O’Connor’s People Make Places: The Story of the Irish Palatines () and Carolyn A. Heald’s The Irish Palatines in Ontario: Religion, Ethnicity and Rural Migration (), and Eula C.

Lapp To Their Heirs Forever (). Each of these explores migrations of. Ann, Eliz., and Margaret Beckerren, three Palatine Orphans. Margaret Filme, a Palatine.

Susanna Naysor, a Palatine. Mary Hardwick, with her husband, to be allowed as a Palatine family. Hans and Jacob Writer, as heads of two families.

Michael Miller, a Palatine. Families settled there to rebuild their lives and escape persecution. The Palatinate was repeatedly ravaged by attacks from France during the 17th Century. Following a terribly harsh winter and responding to notices by New World landowners showing the benefits of emigrating to America, a substantial exodus of Palatine families occurred in   I too descend from many Palatines.

If you have not already done so, be sure to check the seminal work by Henry Z. Jones, Jr. who has written many books and articles. Your family is in Vol. 1 pp. of The Palatine Families of New Yorkpub. Also, the book are looking for was published not long ago.

Irish Palatine settlement in Ramsay and Pakenham townships, Lanark county, Irish Palatine settlement in Emily township, Victoria county, Irish Palatine settlement in Blanshard township, Perth county, Irish Palatine families in the census Tables: Religious Census of Palatine Parishes in County Limerick.

The clan mothers, moved by the story of their misery and suffering, granted the Palatines permission to settle,and in the spring of about Palatine families moved into the Schoharie. Resettlement. A report in placed families of 1, persons along the Hudson River while families of persons were in Schoharie.

Palatine Families of Ireland A book by Hank J. Jones. Resources & Addresses for Palatines and Palatine Genealogy Lists of Books on Palatines Links to Helpful Palatine Resource Books include Pennsylvania German Pioneers Pennsylvania German Pioneers contains the original lists of Palatine German pioneers who arrived at the port of Philadelphia from the years to 1 June The Palatines, by George Anderson UE Page 4 of 9 stores.

Governor Hunter then signed a contract with the Palatines to transport them to America. The contract stipulated that each Palatine family would receive five pounds and forty acres of land after the Palatines had repaid the British Government for their Size: 67KB. Read About Hank's Other Books: Memories - The 'Show-Biz' Part Of My Life; The Palatine Families of New York- (Winner, Donald Lines Jacobus Prize: Best Genealogical Book of the Year) Westerwald to America; The Palatine Families of Ireland; Psychic Roots: Serendipity & Intuition in Genealogy.

25 Aug. Letters of Denization dated found in Deed Book X. Secretary’s Office naturalizing the a historical overview of the Palatine immigration and lists of Palatine families. Free Ships' Passenger lists, orphan records, almshouse records, JJ Cooke Shipping Lists, Irish Famine immigrants, family surnames, church records.

In the fall ofone hundred and fifty families, consisting of six hundred and fifty Palatines, were transported, under the tutelar auspices of Christian De Grafferied and Ludwig Michell, natives of Switzerland, to North Carolina.

As in all new countries, the Palatines were exposed to trials, privations and hardships incident to border life. Looking for a book by Hank Z. Jones. Hank Z. Jones wrote Palatine Families Ireland, which can be purchased at a lower price at 'Families of Co.

Kerry' greatly expands upon the coverage given in that book and adds several hundred new families. In this way both books compliment each other. 'Families of Co. Kerry' is the 2nd volume in the series, which covers every county in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Only 7 of the 29 county books were hardbound and gold stamped. Re: Bible family from Cashel Ireland (Robert chr. ) By David Boylan Septem at I don't believe your Palatine ancestors were Catholic, but if you want to cover alleventualities, you may want to consider searching the Catholic registers, after you search for the Protestant registers which I'll be talking about below.

the large Estates in Ireland. More than families elected to go – over three thousand souls. On the th8 of August l a London Newspaper reported that on that day several wagons with Palatine men, women and children, had passed through the city on their way to Chester to embark for Ireland.

Travelling expenses were provided with a small sumFile Size: KB. There are several families of the name ‘Switzer,’ several of the name ‘Delmege,’ and ‘Ruttle,’ and so on. “When I got to Askeaton District, I found a Palatine name, ‘Ruttle,’ on a signboard (a very unusual circumstance).

Generally, Palatine sons succeed their fathers on the same farms originally allotted to their ancestors in. A special thanks to Dr. John Terence Golden, long time editor of The Palatine D. authors of books/articles E.

mentioned in Immigrant Ancestry Register F. If the name contains “von” look under “von” and the name following From Ireland to America: the Immigration of Irish Palatines to New York and Ontario XVII 2.

Hank Z. Jones is the author of The Palatine Families Of Ireland ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ).

The Rupp book is a great resource for material related to Palatines who ended up in America. However, as Dave has pointed out, it doesn't cover the Irish Palatines. Henry Jones has done extensive highly regarded research on Palatines that is generally available only in his very expensive books, including the one that Dave is looking for.

The Blue-Eyed Indians by C. Donald Chrysler (Zephyrhills, FL: Chrysler Books, ) page 2. BOOK: Lists of Germans from the Palatinate Who Came to England in (most of whom continued on to America) by John Tribbeko & George Ruperti (Baltimore: Clearfield Co., ) Palatine Families of New York and other works by Henry Z.

Jones. You can. This book includes data on Palatine families who arrived in New York and New Jerseyplus their European origins.

It also includes some immigrants who returned to Germany, or whose destination is unknown, plus some additional material on the Palatine immigrant families of Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration (Knittle) The German Emigration to America, (Jacobs) The German Exodus to England in (Diffenderffer) The Story of the Palatines (Cobb) The Book of Names (MacWethy) The Palatine Project.

The Palatines (Lasher Family Association) The Palatines (Greene County, New York, History & Genealogy). Ireland Online Genealogy Records. This chart shows links to countrywide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases.and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

All but one of the families were Palatine immigrants from Ireland. The book itself is divided into six sections. The first describes the migration from Palatine in April to England then to the estates of Sir Thomas Southwell in Co. Limerick, Ireland.FHL book F2gc ; film Digital version at Internet Archive.

Other books with information on German families in New Jersey are: Jones, Henry Z., Jr. More Palatine Families: Some Immigrants to the Middle Colonies and their European Origins. Universal City, California: H. Z. Jones, Jr., (Family History Library book You can see how Palatine families moved over time by selecting different census years.

The Palatine family name was found in the USA in In there were 2 Palatine families living in New York. This was about 33% of all the recorded Palatine's in the USA.

New York had the highest population of Palatine families in