Title: World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1
Page: Tree #1736
Author: Br�derbund Software, Inc.
Publication: Release date: January 12, 1997
Source: Broderbund CD ROM vol 8:
Places of Residence: Glatenfelden, Switzerland - As a widow Migrated to America in 1743. Occupation:
Church Affiliation: Source of Vital Records: The Heritage of Rowan County, NC, Vol. 1, 1991 Katherine Sanford Petrucelli, Editor; June
Clodfelter Watson, Coordinator; John Burgess Fisher, Coordinater; published by The Genealogical Society of Rowan County, Inc., Delmar Printing; submitted by James Edmund Ferguson, Jr., 5616 Alta Dena Drive, Huntsville, AL 35802-1612 citing sources: The Family of Noah Clodfelter by Cyril L Johnson; Sink Descendants by Violet M. Sink Stokes; NC State Archives; Family Bibles; Courthouse Records of Forsyth, Stokes, Davidson, and Rowan Counties; US Census Records; Old Newspapers; Personal knowledge Family Group Sheet prepared by Paul Clodfelter, West 3609 Cora Ave., Spokane, Washington 99205, 1990 citing sources as book The Family of Noah Clodfelter
by Cyril Johnson, p.2,3,5; Clodfelters of Edwards County, Il, 1983, by Cyril Johnson, p.1,8.; List of Swiss Emigrants to American Colonies, pp 51-52; Salt Lake Glattfelden Church Records giving birthdate, and parents. Possible name variation: Given name, Solomea, Salome, Salomey. John Peter's wife accompanied his brother Casper Glattfelter, along with her children to America on the ship Francis & Elizabeth, arriving in Philadelphia, PA, 3 Aug 1743.
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