YOUNG was born about 1868 in , , NY.225
Parents: George YOUNG and Margaret MCMAHAN.|
Howard Osborn YOUNG was born in Dec 1885 in , , IA.2 Parents: Osborn YOUNG and Elthelma BROGAN.
Marshall Hopley YOUNG. Parents: Howard Osborn YOUNG and Edna HOPLEY.
Millie YOUNG was born in Dec 1892 in , , IA.2 Parents: Osborn YOUNG and Elthelma BROGAN.
Osborn YOUNG was born on 20 Mar 1855 in , Knox, IL.2,424 In Jun 1900 he was a farmer in , Franklin, IA.2 He died on 1 Jul 1944 in Belmond, Wright, IA.424 Parents: Evan YOUNG and Elizabeth HOVIS.
Spouse: Elthelma BROGAN. Osborn YOUNG and Elthelma BROGAN were married in 1880 in , , IA.2 They appeared in the census in Jun 1900 in , Franklin, IA.2 Children were: Zella C. YOUNG, Howard Osborn YOUNG, Belle YOUNG, Millie YOUNG, Garnet YOUNG.
Shirley YOUNG. Parents: William Allen YOUNG and Lillie Rowdella GLOVER.
William Allen YOUNG was born on 1 Jan 1875 in , , MO.
Zella C. YOUNG was born on 2 Nov 1882 in Ackely, Hardin, IA.26,234 She died in Mar 1966 in Belmond, Wright, IA.26 She had Social Security Number 479-46-3922. Parents: Osborn YOUNG and Elthelma BROGAN.
Spouse: Albert W. RUSSELL. Albert W. RUSSELL and Zella C. YOUNG were married in 1903 in Canada.234 They appeared in the census on 1 Jan 1925 in Belmond, Wright, IA.547 They appeared in the census in Apr 1930 in Belmond, Wright, IA.235 Children were: Glenn H. RUSSELL, Doris G. RUSSELL.
Barbara YUNGSTUTER was born on 6 May 1754 in Elizabethtown, Lancaster, PA.77 She died on 29 Jan 1806 in , Lancaster, PA.77
Abraham ZAVITZ was born about 1761 in , , PA.10 Parents: Jacob SEWITZ and Magdalene.
Barbara ZAVITZ was born on 2 Dec 1765 in , , PA.10 She died on 17 Sep 1849 in Wainfleet.10 She was buried in Morgan's Point Cemetery.10 Parents: Jacob SEWITZ and Magdalene.
Christian ZAVITZ was born about 1750 in , Bucks, PA.10 He died on 27 Apr 1826 in , Elgin County.10 He was buried in Plains Cemetery.10 Parents: Jacob SEWITZ and Magdalene.
Elizabeth ZAVITZ was born about 1756 in , , PA.10 Parents: Jacob SEWITZ and Magdalene.
Ester ZAVITZ was born about 1729 in , Bucks, PA.10 She died on 8 Feb 1817.10 Parents: George ZEWITZ and Barbara.
Henry ZAVITZ was born about 1748.10 He died about 1810 in Port Colbourne.10 Parents: Jacob SEWITZ and Magdalene.
Jacob ZAVITZ was born in Aug 1752 in Tannersville, Northhampton, PA.10 He died on 12 Jul 1815 in Ridgeway, Ontario, Canada.10 Parents: Jacob SEWITZ and Magdalene.
John ZAVITZ was born about 1725 in , , PA.10 He died about 1777 in Easton, Clarion, PA.10 Parents: George ZEWITZ and Barbara.
Joseph ZAVITZ. Parents: Charles (Carl) SAVITZ and Susan RICHARD.
Mary ZAVITZ was born about 1731 in , Bucks, PA.10 Parents: George ZEWITZ and Barbara.
Mary ZAVITZ was born about 1768 in , , PA.10 She died on 2 Dec 1844 in Yarmouth Township.10 She was buried in Seminary Cemetery, Sparta,Washington, PA.10 Parents: Jacob SEWITZ and Magdalene.
Susanna ZAVITZ was born about 1757 in , , PA.10 Parents: Jacob SEWITZ and Magdalene.
Abraham ZEWITZ was born about 1727 in , , PA.10 He died on 18 Apr 1777 in Allentown, Lehigh, PA.10 He died in the Revoluntionary War.10 Parents: George ZEWITZ and Barbara.
George ZEWITZ was born about 1695 in Strasbourg, Bas-Rhine, Alsace, France.10,15 In 1731 he was a miller in Center Valley, Lehigh, PA.15 The stone mill at Center Valley, Lehigh, PA (Highway 309 east 10 miles of Allentown) was built by George ZEWITZ, owned by Harry Geissinger, Modhill Chevilier, as a restaurant. It was torn down about 1965. It may have been built as early as 1731 when he first acquired the land (1730) or soon after. Records of Pennsylvania show John Chapman surveyed the land in the name of George Zewitz, 150 acres of land on both sides of Saucon Creek at present-day Center Valley. Also, J. Chapman received an order for a survey from Jacob Taylor on 3 July 1731 (by order of Casper Wister). This was part of a 300 acre tract, a warrant from he Penns to Casper Wister. Transfer in 1737 of the full 300 acres to Zewitz; an additional 50 acres was added in 1738. Upon George's death in 1759, George Jr. got the mill, who sold 105 acres but kept 44 1/2 acres which included the mill. George Jr. sold the remaining land in 1768 and moved to North Carolina. He signed a will on 24 May 1759 in Center Valley, Lehigh, PA. Extract from the will of George ZEWITZ written 24 May 1759, probated 13 June 1759:
I do value my plantation with all the buildings thereon erected and the appurtances thereunto belonging at the rate of seven hundred pounds. My son, Joseph, shall remain in possession of my place as long as his agreement, concerning the rent metions. My loving wife, Barbara, shall possess the house wherein I dwell during her life, also three beds and two cows. Also meadow near the small house and orchard near the mill, both to go back to the place on her death. Also the chest in the room which I occupy, also all my pewter, my table, bedstead, my irson, and earthen pots. To my daughter, Esther, 6 pounds as wages in place of the cow I promised her. My children, Henry, John, George, Jacob, Mary, Abraham, Joseph, and Esther shall divide residue of my personal estate equally. My children shall divide all whatsoever equaly between them real and personal estate, deducting whatever any of them has already received. My place shall be charged with 150 pounds interest from which my wife, Barbara, shall receive annually. My children, or such child as can pay others their share, shall have my plantation, and maintain it; otherwise it is to be sold
Executors: Joseph ZEWITZ and Henry Weber, who are to have 5 shillings per day.
Signed with mark .... X .... George ZEWITZ
Witnesses: Hans Musselman and Valentine Young He died in Jun 1759 in Saucan Creek, Bucks, PA.10 He was buried in Mennonite Cemetery.10 George ZEWITZ (Zavitz, Zavietz), the first to come to America, is reported to have "lived within sight of the spires of the famous cathedral in Strasbourg, France." As a Protestant, he and his family were part of a flood of immigrants to the William Penn Colony where rights to religious freedom had been included in the founding constitution as early as 1681. There is no specific documentation that the Zavitz's were Mennonites on arrival although they were part of that community once in America and after 1797 in Canada. Strasbourg seemed to be a "safe haven" for many years to Anabaptists like the Mennonites. There is no record of the death sentence against these individuals in Strasbourg.
Nevertheless, Protestants in that city felt the pull from the new world. The Rhine was just two miles away with its access to Dutch religious freedom, ships to America and there was news of British support for settlement. Undoubtedly, the Zavitz's had heard much about the migration of tens of thousands of Palatine Protestants down the Rhine to Holland and Britain and then on to a "good life" in these colonies and Anabaptists, much attracted to the prospect of escaping the harshness of European society, the lack of productive farm land and the security to raise a family. They must also have been aware of the long waits in refugee champs before ships would be available to take them, the thousands who embarked who never made it to the new world, many as forty percent of those attempting the crossing died of disease at sea and the settlement mismanagement that plagued many who did survive the Atlantic crossing.
There is no record of George ZEWITZ and his wife, Barbara, on the immigrant ship list nor of his arrival in Philadelphia. Since these records were started in 1727, we may assume he arrived before that time. The first record of him in the new world is his purchase of three hundred acres in 1732 from a Caspar Wistar, near Center Valley about 50 miles north of the city in a new district in a fertile valley along the Saucon Creek, Upper Bucks county, about six miles south of what was later to be the site of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As a miller, he looked for mill sites. He and the small group of Mennonite settlers he was with were also influenced by the opening of the Durham Iron Works about fifteen miles away. The local native tribes, Saucon, Lenni-Lenapes and Shawnees were friendly at this time, and did not resist the arrival of these "white settlers" in their hunting grounds.
About 1731, George built a grist mill in Center Valley, Pennsylvania. He naturalized on 29 March 1735. George and Barbara died on the homestead, he in 1759 and she about 1766. George's will was probated on 13 June 1759. He is buried in a Mennonite Cemetery less than a mile south of his homestead. As the immigrant progenitor he had lived about half of his life in Europe and half in Pennsylvania where he experienced religious toleration. All of their eight children lived to adulthood and married. Most were still in Bucks county, close to their parents. All probably spoke German, exclusively. Parents: John ZEWITZ and Catharina.
Spouse: Barbara. George ZEWITZ and Barbara were married in 1717 in Strasburg, Lancaster, PA. Children were: Henry SEWITZ, John ZAVITZ, Abraham ZEWITZ, Jacob SEWITZ, Ester ZAVITZ, Mary ZAVITZ, George SAVITZ, Joseph SAVITZ.
John ZEWITZ was born about 1670 in France.15
Alan Roy ZOELLNER. Parents: William R. (Roy) ZOELLNER and Dolores Delaine WEIS.
Aron Joel ZOELLNER. Parents: Alan Roy ZOELLNER and Rita PROVANCE.
Bonnie Lee ZOELLNER. Parents: William R. (Roy) ZOELLNER and Dolores Delaine WEIS.
Spouse: Robert Jacob EULER.
Brett Armond ZOELLNER. Parents: Alan Roy ZOELLNER and Rita PROVANCE.
Craig Alan ZOELLNER. Parents: Alan Roy ZOELLNER and Rita PROVANCE.
Delaine Marie (Dorie) ZOELLNER. Parents: William R. (Roy) ZOELLNER and Dolores Delaine WEIS.
William R. (Roy) ZOELLNER112 was born on 12 Nov 1923 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.631 He died on 1 Jul 1994 in Steedman, Callaway, MO.26 He had Social Security Number 488-26-9937.26
Spouse: Dolores Delaine WEIS. William R. (Roy) ZOELLNER and Dolores Delaine WEIS were married on 25 Jan 1947 in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.631 Children were: Alan Roy ZOELLNER, Delaine Marie (Dorie) ZOELLNER, Bonnie Lee ZOELLNER.
August Frederick ZOSCHKE was born on 27 Aug 1847 in Pomerania.7,47 He immigrated in 1872 to America from Germany.25 He was naturalized in 1878.7 669 In 1900 he was a farmer in Walter, Lac Qui Parle, MN.47 Parents: Charles Heinrich ZOSCHKE and Henrietta MILCKE.
Spouse: Whelhelmina (Minna). August Frederick ZOSCHKE and Whelhelmina (Minna) were married about 1885.94 They appeared in the census in 1910 in Walter, Lac Qui Parle, MN.94 Children were: Minnie ZOSCHKE, Charley A. (Charlie) ZOSCHKE, Mary ZOSCHKE, Rosa ZOSCHKE.
Carl Heinrich Ferdinand ZOSCHKE was born on 4 Jul 1858 in Pomerania.670 Parents: Charles Heinrich ZOSCHKE and Henrietta MILCKE.
Caryn Elizabeth ZOSCHKE. Parents: Gordon Arthur ZOSCHKE and Joan Estelle DOERGES.
Charles F. ZOSCHKE. Parents: Charley A. (Charlie) ZOSCHKE and Clara.
Charles Heinrich ZOSCHKE was born in 1826 in Stolp, Pomerania.495 He died before 1901 in Stolp, Pomerania.495
Spouse: Henrietta MILCKE. Charles Heinrich ZOSCHKE and Henrietta MILCKE were married before 1847 in Stolp, Pomerania. Children were: August Frederick ZOSCHKE, Johann August Herman ZOSCHKE, Carl Heinrich Ferdinand ZOSCHKE.
Charley A. (Charlie) ZOSCHKE was born on 5 Apr 1888 in , , MN.25,26 In 1930 he was a general farmer in Lyon, Geary, KS.25 He died in Jan 1968 in Junction City, Geary, KS.26 Parents: August Frederick ZOSCHKE and Whelhelmina (Minna).
Spouse: Clara. Charley A. (Charlie) ZOSCHKE and Clara were married about 1918 in , , KS.25 They appeared in the census in 1920 in Lyon, Geary, KS.7 Children were: Charles F. ZOSCHKE, H. Bettie (Betty) ZOSCHKE, Marvin C. ZOSCHKE, Rachel R. ZOSCHKE, Gordon Arthur ZOSCHKE.
Ervin E. ZOSCHKE. Parents: John ZOSCHKE and Anna E..
Gordon Arthur ZOSCHKE. Parents: Charley A. (Charlie) ZOSCHKE and Clara.
H. Bettie (Betty) ZOSCHKE. Parents: Charley A. (Charlie) ZOSCHKE and Clara.
Jeanette Marie (Jan) ZOSCHKE. Parents: Gordon Arthur ZOSCHKE and Joan Estelle DOERGES.
Johann August Herman ZOSCHKE was born on 18 Nov 1855 in Pomerania.670 Parents: Charles Heinrich ZOSCHKE and Henrietta MILCKE.
John ZOSCHKE was born on 24 Feb 1883 in , Roberts, SD.26,671 South Dakota Births, 1856-1903 lists John ZOSCHKE as being the son of August Frederick ZOSCHKE and Frederike LOROFF, not Whelhelmina (?). In 1920 he was a general farmer in Liberty, Dickinson, KS.7 He died in Sep 1966 in Denver, Denver, CO.26 Parents: August Frederick ZOSCHKE and Fredericke LOROFF.
Spouse: Anna E.. John ZOSCHKE and Anna E. were married about 1915 in , , KS. They appeared in the census in 1920 in Liberty, Dickinson, KS.7 Children were: Verna J. ZOSCHKE, Walter T. ZOSCHKE, Ervin E. ZOSCHKE.
Marvin C. ZOSCHKE. Parents: Charley A. (Charlie) ZOSCHKE and Clara.
Mary ZOSCHKE was born in Oct 1889 in , , MN.47 Parents: August Frederick ZOSCHKE and Whelhelmina (Minna).
Minnie ZOSCHKE was born in Aug 1886 in , , MN.47 Parents: August Frederick ZOSCHKE and Whelhelmina (Minna).
Rachel R. ZOSCHKE. Parents: Charley A. (Charlie) ZOSCHKE and Clara.
Rosa ZOSCHKE was born in Jan 1895 in , , MN.47 Parents: August Frederick ZOSCHKE and Whelhelmina (Minna).
Stephen Robert (Steve) ZOSCHKE. Parents: Gordon Arthur ZOSCHKE and Joan Estelle DOERGES.
Verna J. ZOSCHKE. Parents: John ZOSCHKE and Anna E..