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5 edition of The Copenhaver Family in the Revolutionary War found in the catalog.

The Copenhaver Family in the Revolutionary War

by Richard L. Thayer

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Published by Heritage Books Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genealogy,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8150999M
    ISBN 100788419498
    ISBN 109780788419492
    OCLC/WorldCa53443353

      Most records in War Department custody were destroyed by fire, November 8, Many of the remaining Revolutionary War records were lost during the War of As a result there were, until , few records for the period before in War Department custody. This folder includes information on Montgomery County marriage records, Wythe County wills, Lantz family, Revolutionary War in Southwest Virginia, Wythe County history, Esther Thompson Crockett, Samuel Crockett, David Doak, James Patton, Dr. Thomas Walker, and Bible records for .

    Full text of " Georgia's roster of the revolution, containing a list of the states defenders; officers and men; soldiers and sailors; partisans and regulars; whether enlisted from Georgia or settled in Georgia after the close of hostilities " See other formats. Georgia s Roster . A soldier called Major John Andre,” from the collection of the Huntington Library in San Mateo, CA. Analysis by British military historians has determined that this painting is NOT the Major John Andre of Revolutionary War fame. crazyredcoat: “ A soldier called Major John Andre, English School ” Oh Andre, and even wearing a Tarleton helmet.

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The Copenhaver Family in the Revolutionary War by Richard L. Thayer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Copenhaver Family in the Revolutionary War Paperback – January 1, by Richard L. Thayer (Author) › Visit Amazon's Richard L.

Thayer Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. 5/5(2). Frederick, Samuel and Henry Copenhaver later sold 93 acres of the property located on Reed Creek for dollars, on January 9, Frederick Copenhaver was born in Hanover Township in Pennsylvania on January 1, to Captain Thomas and Catherine Copenhaver.

Inhe traveled with his family to Southwest Virginia where he spent his life. Wolfgang Koppenheffer was born in about in Rüblingen, Württemberg, Germany. He married Anna Maria Haffner and they had five children.

They emigrated in and settled in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Documents the military service of Wolfgang's descendants in the American Revolution.

Also includes the family of Johann Jacob Copenhaver, who may or may not be a relative. Get this from a library. The Copenhaver family in the Revolutionary War. [Richard L Thayer] -- Wolfgang Koppenheffer was born in about in Rüblingen, Württemberg, Germany. He married Anna Maria Haffner and they had five children.

They emigrated in and settled in Lancaster County. Wolfgang Koppenheffer was born in about in Rüblingen, Württemberg, Germany. He married Anna Maria Haffner and they had five children.

They emigrated in and settled in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Documents the military service of Wolfgang's descendants in the American Revolution. Also includes the family of Johann Jacob Copenhaver, who may or may not be a relative.

Book Information The Copenhaver Family of Smyth County, Virginia, compiled by Mildred (Manton) Copenhaver and Robert Madison Copenhaver, The Copenhaver Family in the Revolutionary War, Richard Thayer, The Ancestors and Descendants of Judge John Alexander Kelly and Martha Matilda Peck Kelly and Related Familiescompiled by.

The Copenhaver family had lived in Pennsylvania for 43 years before the start of the Revolutionary War. At least 14 men with the name of Copenhaver (also spelled Kopenheffer, Coppenhaver, Kopenhaver, Coppenheaver, Copanhafer, Copenheifer, Cuppenheifer, CuBrand: Heritage Books, Inc.

The Copenhaver family name was found in the USA, and Canada between and The most Copenhaver families were found in the USA in In there were 17 Copenhaver families living in Virginia. This was about 59% of all the recorded Copenhaver's in the USA.

Virginia had the highest population of Copenhaver families in The Copenhaver family had lived in Pennsylvania for 43 years before the start of the Revolutionary War. At least 14 men with the name of Copenhaver (also spelled Kopenheffer, Coppenhaver, Kopenhaver, Coppenheaver, Copanhafer, Copenheifer, Cuppenheifer, Cuppehefer, Cuppeheeffer, Cuppyheffer) fought during the war, mostly in the local militia units.

I am descended from Captain Thomas Copenhaver and have written the book "The Copenhaver Family in the Revolutionary War". There are numerous references to a John Hoover in my book. I hope he is your man. You can obtain a copy of the book from Heritage Books of Bowie Maryland or from me.

My e-mail is [email protected] Richard Thayer. The Copenhaver Family in the Revolutionary War, Written and Compiled by Richard L. Thayer, published by Heritage Books, Inc., On page vii, Mr. Thayer states: "For the sake of continuity the Copenhaver name will be spelled only one way throughout the text of this publication, but the name will be spelled as it appears in original documents.

Sharman, are you talking about "The Copenhaver Family in the Revolutionary War" written and compiled by Richard L. Thayer. If that is the publication, I do have the gives only a small amount of actual lineage is quite a bit on Captain Johann Thomas Copenhaver who married 1st Catharina of the descendants of Johann Thomas Copenhaver (Anna Maria.

This book is a meticulous family tree documenting a German family on the American frontier from the 's to 20th Century including notable veterans from Revolutionary war on. It also contains annecdotal data concerning the outstanding careers of this large and noble family and its connections to other notable families both across the south 5/5(1).

Full text of "Copenhaver family of Wythe County, Virginia." See other formats. John Copenhaver, Jr. Thomas Copenhaver Michael Cormany John Corvin John Courtney Robert Cowden Lieutenant David Cox Mary Cox Michael Creger-Elk Pond Michael Creger-Pine Run Michael Creger-Stage Road James Crockett Samuel Crockett Walter Crockett Margaret Daude Joseph Davidson John Davis, Sr.

James Devor Samuel Drake Thomas Dunn Phillip Dutton. Each of the Thirteen Colonies that became the United States when they declared their independence in had militia units that served on the Patriot side during the American Revolutionary history of militia in the United States dates from the colonial era.

Based on the English system, colonial militias were drawn from the body of adult male citizens of a community, town, or local region. Notes on the Copenhaver family The earliest family from which we can prove our descent was the family of (1) John Wolfgang KOPPENHEFFER and his wife Anna Maria _____.

In the BOOK: History of the Smyser Family in America by Amanda Lydia Laucks-Zanders it states that the family emigrated Koeblingen, GERMANY on Septem Burial: Saint Johns Lutheran Church Cemetery (Sauers).

[Beverly Kay Shields Casey FTW] Fought in Revolutionary Warenlisted in Virginia. Filed for pension Wythe Co., VA on He served in Revolutionary War in the Virginia Regiment. Revolutionary War Claims: Wythe County - Christopher Phillippi, filed for his pension on 14 Feb.

at the age of 92 years. Like many other settler families of what would become Smyth County, Laura Lu’s ancestors came with Revolutionary War land grants of surveyed tracts. Across this valley lived many families well known to Southwest Virginia post-revolution history: the Copenhavers, Killingers, Prestons, Henrys, Russells, and Crocketts.

The Revolutionary War lasted for eight long years, beginning with the battle between British troops and local Massachusetts militia at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts, on 19 Apriland ending with the signing of the Treaty of Paris in If your family tree in America stretches back to this time period, it is likely you can claim descendancy from at least one ancestor who had.

Transcription of Will of Thomas Copenhaver Lincoln County Missouri Will Record Book #1, Pages In the name of God, Amen. I, Thomas Copenhaver of Lincoln County and State of Missouri, being of sound disposing mind and of perfect memory, make this .Is this your ancestor?

Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Johann (Koppenheffer) Copenhaver born abt. Rüblingen, Kupferzell, Hohenlohekreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany died Lancaster, Pennsylvania including ancestors + descendants + 5 genealogist comments + DNA connections + more in the free family tree : Dewitt Harris was a great-grandson of Benjamin Harris and Jane Crampton Harris, both of whom were born in Prince George's County, Maryland (in and respectively).

Benjamin was a son of an even earlier Benjamin Harris and Sarah Copenhaver. Benjamin fought in the Revolutionary War, as written on his gravestone.