It is a comprehensive history of the Yost family line. From the Yost name originating in Southern Germany in the 12th Century to the first Yost's to come to America including Hans Casper Yost and his brothers and sisters. The book is 564 pages. It contains Census, Land Grants, War Records, and family photos tracing the Yost family as they spread across America.
The book also contains information and proof of famous Yost's including John Yost who made a rifle for President George Washington in March 1770 for 6 and 10 Shillings. Fielding "Hurry Up" Yost famous for the "Points a minute" football team. It contains numerous family names as the Yost's men and women married, Ammon, Anderson, Alexander, Balmer, Beecher, Best, Bickle, Boggs, Blake, Bonham, Bourne, Boyd, Brizendine, Buchanan, Buno, Burns, Carnes, Carlsen, Carter, Chambers, Chavez, Cheney, Chitwood, Clover, Cluck, Cook, Cooper, Cummins, Dahl, Daughtery, DeMers, Dial, Diggins, Dunn, Eagon, Early, Edgman, Emils, Estes, Faubion, Fletcher, Francis, Franklin, Frame, Fudge, Gardner, Gill, Goodner, Goodpasture, Gose, Gregg, Greiner, Grossclose, Groseclose, Hack, Haff, HaHa, Hamilton, Harrison, Hendrix, Herring, Hobbs, Hodge, Holodinski, Hopkins, Horne, Hostetter, Jackson, James, Jones, Jonson, Johnson, Jones, Josselet, Keller, Kennedy, Kern, Kidd, Knox, Kokendoffer, Kraft, Lancaster, Lewis, Louthan, Maretta, Marshall, Martin, McBride, McConnell, McCormick, McDonald, McGrady, McGregor, McNally, McLean, Messman, Mitchem, Mobley, Monroe, Moore, Morris, Moseley, Moerschel, Murry, Nance, Norcross, Nuckles, Nutz, Owens, Palum, Paul, Poe, Prine, Proctor, Qualls, Raynes, Reed, Richards, Rister, Roberts, Romkey, Rowell, Rush, Saint, Schureman, Schroeder, Schwartz, Scott, Shawver, Sheffer, Shilling, Shipman, Shrader, Sibley, Skinner, Smith, Spencer, Stadler, Stewart, Stoots, Stratton, Stump, Swanwich, Sutton, Talor, Terrel, Townsend, Turner, Valenzuela, Waggoner, Warden, Warren, White, Whitman, Wilbanks, Willard, Winchester, Woland, Womble, Woodward, Yarmuk, Wygal, Zagarola, Zimmerman. And there are others. If you have a Yost in your family line, you will want this book.
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We share a family link by way of the Mailloux name, I have family ties Mailloux/ Maillou originally from France, who also moved to Quebec . My immediate family lineage settled in Surrey UK and are now also in Australia. I am interested in knowing your connection.
I am looking for Marie (Mary) Engel from luxembourg (born about 1850) who married Nickolaus Flammang (born about 1850 also from Luxembourg) in 1875 in Chicago, il. They are my great grandparents. No one seems to know much about them. I also have the Morley. Thomas and John Morley were said to have jumped of a british ship in 178? and they settled in pennsylvania. Thomas married Sarah Kinney in 1793 and many of their children ended up in New Troy Michigan. My relatives know alot about the family except about Thomas and Sarah. I hope that you can help me.
HI WE HAVE SOME OF THE SAME NAMES IN COMMON, THEY ARE FLINT- PERRY AND FEW OTHER NAMES. I HAVE SOME OF THE HISTORY THAT GOES BACK TO THE 1663? SETH FLINT [AKA-CHARLES SEAVER] HE BLEW THE BUGLE WHEN GENERAL LEE SURRENDERED. I HAVE LOTS OF HISTORY ON BOTH SIDES. ABRAM FLINT GAVE UP CLARENCE WILLARD FLINT TO THE PERRY FAMILY THAT TOOK CARE OF HIM, AND DECIDED TO KEEP THEIR NAME. THEN CLARENCE J PERRY, HAD A SON GLEN A PERRY SR., AND KNOW OUR SON CARRIES ON THE GLEN A PERRY JR. [FLINT NAME. LONG LINE OF HERITAGE I CAN EXPLAIN ALOT AS I HAVE THE INFO. ONLY CARRIES ON THE FLINT NAME FROM SETH FLINT SIDE. THEY HAD 3 BOYS AND ABRAHM HAD THE BOY. AS FAR AS WE KNOW THE OTHERS ONLY HAD GIRL. IF WANT CONTACT 608 752 9822 THANK YOU FOR PRINTING ALL THOSE NAMES IT SURE HELP TO CONNECT FAMILY.