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John Rouse of Virginia and his descendants, 1717-1980

Nancy E. Rouse

John Rouse of Virginia and his descendants, 1717-1980

by Nancy E. Rouse

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Published by Nancy E. Rouse in Cincinnati,Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roush family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Nancy E. Rouse.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.R865 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 250 p., [4] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3036418M
    LC Control Number82125859


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John Rausch lived in Orange County, Virginia as early asand died before Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Rouse) lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas and elsewhere.

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Rouse. She married Adam Utterback on Decem in Boone Co, Ky. (Taken from John Rouse of Virginia and His Descendants) She married Adam Utterback on Decem in Boone Co, Ky. (Taken from John Rouse of Virginia and His Descendants).

A Martin Genealogy Tied to the History of Germanna, Virginia: Showing Some of the Descendants of Merten of Ferdorf, Germany (b. ), through Johann Jost Merten (or John Joseph Martin), a Immigrant to Germanna, Verginia, and Covering Some of Their Know Allied Families: Includes a Brief History of Germanna and Germantown, Virginia, and.

She is the author of "John Rouse of Virginia and His Descendants, ,", a page hardbound book, published in Nr.

Matthias Rouse was born about in Virginia and was a foot soldier of Culpeper Co. in From to. She is the author of "John Rouse of Virginia and His Descendants, ,", a page hardbound book, published in These were probably all of the sons.

There may have been daughters. Martin Rouse and his wife Elizabeth deeded land in and InMartin and his wife Elizabeth communed at the Hebron Lutheran Name: John Rausch. The book, John Rouse of Virginia and His Descendants, ­lists eleven children for Ephraim and Barbara. Their children married members of the Yowell, Fleshman, House, Rouse, Tanner, Lipp, and Edins families.

The information on the Rouses (to be continued also) comes from an article by Mrs. Robert (Nancy E.) Rouse, in Beyond is the author of "John Rouse of Virginia and His Descendants, ,", a page hardbound book, published in She is the author of "John Rouse of Virginia and His Descendants, ,", a page hardbound book, published in Nr.

Matthias Rouse was born about in Virginia and was a foot soldier of Culpeper Co. in Wednesday, Apr MDT.) Search John's Notes, or This Entire Web Site. This is the THIRTY-SECOND page of John BLANKENBAKER's series of Short Notes on GERMANNA History, which were originally posted to the GERMANNA_COLONIES Discussion page contains 25 Notes.

Catalog Record: John Rouse of Virginia and his descendants, | HathiTrust Digital Library. My computer always crashes > when I > go onto his site for some unknown reason. When I emailed him he said > that > most of his Rouse info came from "the book I have titled "John Rouse > of > Virginia and His > Decendants " - compiled by Nancy E.

Rouse inwhich goes > back to Sebaldus Rausch from Neuberg, Germany in the s.". Barbara has a marriage license in for a union with Ephraim Rouse ( ) and perhaps she was born about She and Ephraim moved to Boone Co., KY.

Ephraim had been married first to Maria Hoffman who died in The book _John Rouse of Virginia and His Descendants, _ lists eleven children for Ephraim and Barbara.

His wife was from an old Virginia family and his family was very talented and all quite cultured for their time. His son John William (Will) Vawter was an artist and known for his illustrations for books and watercolor paintings. His daughter Clara Peck Vawter was a poet and wrote a book entitled the “Rabbits Ransom”.