I've taken up the role of family genealogist from my Aunt, Dorothy Grant, nee Jahn, and the late Sheppard Joslin.
Most of my family research deals with Delaware Valley or New Jersey ancestors, except the Tibbitt line (Maryland) and the Ludwigs (Maine).
Abraham Joslin came to the Plymouth Colony in 1636, following his parents and family, who came over on the INCREASE in 1635. (8 generations)
Joseph Henry Ludwig came over in 1753 to found Waldoboro, Maine. (6 generations)
Henry Felten came over in 1767 with his family to settle in Philadelphia. (6 generations)
Martin Rouse came over from Ireland around 1838 with his parents. He started as a cooper, and died a very wealthy businessman in Jersey City. (5 generations)
Frederick Jahn emigrated to Philadelphia in 1858 at age 17 to become a baker. (4 generations)
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