Inicio > Humanidades > Historia > Historia: acontecimientos y temas específicos > Genealogía, heráldica, nombres y honores > Descendants of John Flora, Sr. and Sarah Harter, of Flora, Indiana 1802-2016
Descendants of John Flora, Sr. and Sarah Harter, of  Flora, Indiana 1802-2016

Descendants of John Flora, Sr. and Sarah Harter, of Flora, Indiana 1802-2016

Descendants of John Flora, Sr. and Sarah Harter, of Flora, Indiana 1802-2016

Eric E. Flora

55,18 €
IVA incluido
Eric Flora
Año de edición:
Genealogía, heráldica, nombres y honores
55,18 €
IVA incluido

Selecciona una librería:

  • Librería 7artes
  • Donde los libros
  • Librería Elías (Asturias)
  • Librería Kolima (Madrid)
  • Librería Proteo (Málaga)

John and Sarah (Harter) Flora moved from Preble County, Ohio to Carroll County, Indiana in 1829. The German-speaking couple bought land, befriended the Indians, raised eight children and had a town named after them. John and Sarah were members of the German Baptist Church (Dunkards). John and Sarah, their children and grandchildren were “builders.” Some physically built homes and buildings. Others built successful businesses. Still others preached the Gospel in an eternal building effort. Some moved and built new communities in the wild lands of the West. Today, their descendants number over nine thousand and their town (Flora, Indiana) still remains with a population of two thousand and thirty-six.

Artículos relacionados

  • A Walk Through the Past - People and Places of Florence and Lauderdale County Alabama
    William Lindsey McDonald
    Descended from early pioneers of Florence and Lauderdale County, Alabama, the author, William Lindsey McDonald began collecting historical information about the Muscle Shoals more than a half century ago. This research has involved personal interviews with Civil War veterans,former slaves, and descendants of both Native Americans and families of the frontier who were among the ...

    33,34 €

  • Remembering Sweetwater - The Mansions, the Mills, the People
    William L. McDonald
    Remembering Sweetwater gives an historical account of the Sweetwater area of Florence, Alabama in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Mr. McDonald gives detailed accounts of such notable people from the area such as Governor Robert Miller Patton, teacher and writer Maud Lindsay, Judge William B. Woods, as well as many others. He also covers the major industries and business...

    23,86 €

  • Conklin-Marinkovic Family History
    David G Conklin
    A family history and genealogy of the Conklin, Lingren and Marinkovic families that emigrated from Western, Northern and Eastern Europe, merged in America and dispersed across the United States. Includes stories, photos, documents, pedigree charts and genetic DNA reports. 3 ...

    19,67 €

  • Irish Heraldry
    Nicholas Williams
    Few topics are as interesting as heraldry although it is necessary to learn a new vocabulary to enjoy the subject fully. In this book, illustrated by the author, the origin, development and particular nature of Irish heraldry are described; how heraldry was first brought to Ireland by the Anglo-Normans and gradually adopted also by the Gaelic Irish. When describing the various ...

    31,96 €

  • The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847

    36,64 €

                                                      The Hamiltons                The experiences of the Danbury Hamilton family run through 350 years of U.S. history.  Originating in Glasgow in 1640, family members hunted whales off Cape Cod and were charged with witchcraft.  They purchased large swaths of land on Bear Mountain in Danbury’s Pembroke district.  They served as mil...

    28,08 €