American Pioneer Chronicles: Elizabeth Seitz Walborn

American Pioneer Chronicles: Colonial Women, The Heartbeat and Backbone of our Nation Please support our research and view our books for purchase at Genealogy: Books & Blog Elizabeth Seitz Walborn Lutheran Elizabeth Seitz, having struggled through religious...

American Pioneer Chronicles: Colonial Women

The Heart & Backbone of Our Nation Palatine Barbara Peters married Daniel Gutman at age seventeen and gave birth to two sons in quick succession. Her hometown of Ludwigshafen was a tumultuous place, with wars, famine, and religious persecution for Lutherans,...

American Colonial Pioneer – Information

There are literally millions of living people who can trace their ancestry to the pioneers in this book. It surprises many to recognize how many descendants a couple just eight generations ago have, and surprises ever more to understand the genetic isopoint and , the...

Peter Thompson & Anne M. Shatteen

February of 1860 was cold in Jefferson County, Georgia, especially in the slave quarters where fires were used only on the coldest nights. It was not a particularly good place or time to be born, but here he was anyway, Peter Thompson—first and only child of his...

Notable Ancestors

Some of our more forward-thinking ancestors from Generation eight on back. Quite honestly, the list should list all the wives of these folks, as they were and still are the backbone and driving force of all men. Look for our publication “American Pioneer Chronicles:...