1 edition of Joist Hite and some of his descendants found in the catalog.
Joist Hite and some of his descendants
M. Frances Cooper
|Statement||by M. Frances Cooper.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.H6745 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||84113682|
This exhaustive regional history of the parent county of nine present-day Virginia or West Virginia counties features, in addition to genealogical accounts of Shenandoah pioneers Joist Hite, Daniel Morgan and others, several hundred detailed genealogical and biographical sketches of early families of old Frederick County. Location Details. Stewart Bell Jr. Archives Archives Hours: Mon-Wed: pmpm Thu-Sat: ampm.
The collection consists of a daybook with the notes from a genealogy on the Hans Joist Hite Family. There are no dates to indicate when the research was collected. Notes from the daybook state that Hans and his family immigrated to New York from Strasburg, Germany, around the year Other surnames mentioned in the daybook that are related. There is a section in the following book: The Mackeys and Allied Families (Variously spelled) by Beatrice MacKey Doughtie (Bowen press, Decatur, Ga., pgs.) & with a supplement to it done in of pgs. on this Robert McKay from (2/3 of that page) and his descendants his parentage is not stated in in it NOTE: the son of Captain Hugh Mackay and Jane, .
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A native of Alsace, Germany, Hans Jost Heydt (also spelled Yost or Joist Hite) sailed from Strasburg to New York in Accounts vary, but popular history reports that he sailed in his own ships, The Brigantine Swift and Schooner Friendship and that he was a German nobleman with the title “Baron”.Author: Gail Bellenger.
John Casper Stoever, Jr., of this area, baptized sixteen grandchildren of Joist Hite during his nine annual journeys () into the then Joist Hite and some of his descendants book wilderness. At present there are a number of substantial homes in this area which were built by the sons, sons-in-law and grandsons of Joist Hite: Springdale north of Stephens City, Long Meadows and.
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Hite and his associates filed suit instarting litigation which extended untiland became a classic textbook study in law schools. It was settled in favor of Hite some years after both he and Lord Fairfax were dead. Hans Justus Heydt, later Americanized to Jost Hite, earned the nickname, the Baron of the Shenandoah; this is true.
But, his personal circumstances were completely different from the myth. Immigrating to America as a refugee from the Palatinate of the Rhine, Jost earned everything he had through his wits and the sweat of his brow. Pioneer and land speculator Joist Hite, originally Hans Jöst Heydt, emigrated from Germany about Heydt traveled on his own ship and is said to have been a wealthy nobleman.
He led 16 German and Dutch families to America, settling first in New York and later Pennsylvania. The "second Jost Hite" you refer to is the same as the one mentioned in my previous came from Bonfeld, Germany to England in and then sailed to New York in He lived there until about when he moved to Pennsylvania and then inhe moved to the Shenandoah ch in his native village has shown that he did not have any brothers who.
Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants, digitized by Google Books, also tells the story of “Joist Hite”. I enjoy reading the stories of the pioneer families, but I found the story of Tim McGraw’s ancestors sadly ironic.
Jost Hite left New York to settle in Pennsylvania. (signed) Just Hite. Wit: Lewis Stephens, John Funk. 22 Feb. Acknowledged by Just Hite, Gent. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 3, Dorman, pg.
Pages May Jost Hite of Orange County to James Hoge of same. Lease and release; for £ current money. acres being the remains of a pattin (patent) of 3, acres. Original data: Cartmell, T. Shenandoah Valley pioneers and their descendants.a history of Frederick County, Virginia (illustrated) from its formation in tocompiled mainly from original records of old Frederick County, now Hampshire, Berkeley, Shenandoah, Jefferson, Hardy, Clarke, Warren, Morgan and Federick.
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Ernest E. Trice, in his book referred to elsewhere, pg. 45, states:"Scotch-Irish immigration into the Valley of Virginia, stimulated by the new land policy, began in In that year Joist Hite, a Hollander, migrated from Philadelphia with 15 families in addition to his own, the most being Scotch Irish.
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Hans Joist Hite - Anna Maria Du Bois / Merkle Hans Justus Heydt, known later in America as Jost Hite, was born 6 Decemberthe second of the family of eight children of Johann and Magdalena. He was eleven years of age when his stepmother came to live with them.
Jost became a linen weaver, and on 11 Novembermarried Anna Maria Merkle. The book may not be out for a while, but a lot was revealed in just the book cover and synopsis.
There are some mind-blowing fan theories going around about Mal, Uma, Hades, Dr. Facilier, and his. Joist Hite settled upon a land grant of 40, acres in the valley which had been acquired by Isaac Vanmeter and his brother from the Governor of Virginia.
John Lewis, an immigrant from Ulster, Ireland who had waited for his family to join him from Europe, joined this group. Get this from a library. Some descendants of Hans Jost Hite, [Frank D Neher] -- Justus/Jost "Hans" Hite (Heydt)() was born at Bonfeld, Neckarland, Baden Wurttemberg, Germany.
He immigrated to New York inlater Pennsylvania, and then Virginia in He married. The Van Meter Grants their History and the Proof that Van Meter preceded Hite as the First White Man to Cross the Potowmack.
Joist Hite the Pioneer. Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: A History of Frederick. wealth. Joist Hite having obtained the grant of the Vanmeters came in the yearwith sixteen families from Pennsylvania, and fixed his residence on the Opeckon, a few miles south of the present town of Winchester, on the Great Valley route, at a place now  in.
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The author of this book is now in his 79th year, and he. John RUDDELL Sr. and his family moved from Chester County, Pennsylvania around John RUDDELL Sr. was around 47 years old at this point. They found their way to the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. The Governor a man by the name of Sir William GOOCH had gran acres of land to John VANMETER, who in turn granted land to the first settler of Shenandoah Valley, Joist HITE, who .The next year,he and his family except the eldest son John, went with the Joist Hite party of settlers to Frederick, MD.
He built a cabin and settled on a branch of the Opican (Opequan) River, called Hogue's Run, near Winchester, VA, (at present day Kernstown, VA) in Descendants of Jost Hite 1 Jost Hite b: in Germany d: 07 May in Frederick County, VA.
+Anna Maria Merckle b: d: Many people are familiar with Jost Hite and his efforts to settle families in the Shenandoah Valley. He had at least three .