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Re: Abraham Yeazel and family
Posted by: Paul Foreman Date: May 26, 2000 at 11:09:23
In Reply to: Abraham Yeazel and family by Don Coolidge of 99

Abraham's father was Jacob Yazle (also spelled YEAZLE, etc.) The surname was anglicised from ISELSTEIN -- YSSELSTEYN, an old Dutch family that immigrated from the Netherlands in 1658. Jacob was using ISELE as his surname while he lived in Bucks County
PA. Jacob was the son of Jacob Iselstein (or Iselton, or Iselstone, or Ysselstein). The family had roots in Claverack, NY. Contact Paul Foreman, 1269W 1100N Salt Lake City, Utah 84661 801-595-6020


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