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Re: FYI - Ankeny Books & My Ankeny Line
Posted by: Linda (Noland) Layman (ID *****8388) Date: September 17, 2004 at 16:41:03
In Reply to: Re: FYI - Ankeny Books & My Ankeny Line by Bob Bergman of 100

I am not researching this family, and am not related to them, but the name appeared on a sheet of information I have on families with French origins in Fredrick Co., MD. There is a note the information came from 'National Huguenot Soc. Newsletter, August, 1981:

"Abel Anguenet, citizen of Pfasbourg, butcher and merchant, The family came from Vitry-Le-Francois."

"Son Peter Agenet, b. c. 1650, d. in Lambsborn c 1700/1702; first listed in 1673 in Zweibruecken as carpenter and mill builder."

"Son Johann Heinrich b. Lambsborn in March 1698, farmer."

"Son Johann Theobald Agne b. 16 Nov 1727 in Lambsborn; migrated to America 1746, settled in Lancaster, PA; went to Clear Spring, MD, 1762; died there 1781 as Dewalt Ankeny or Anconi."

There could have been more information on a previous page, because I can just make out the words Clear Spring.



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