Source:Barth, Barbara. Dorland Enigma Solved

Source The Dorland Enigma Solved
A Revision of the Dorland Genealogy
Author Barth, Barbara
Judith Smith Cassidy (editor)
Harry Macy Jr (editor)
Coverage
Place New York, United States
New Jersey, United States
Pennsylvania, United States
Kentucky, United States
Ohio, United States
Indiana, United States
Missouri, United States
Year range 1600 - 1850
Surname Darland, Dorland
Subject Family tree
Publication information
Type Book
Publisher Diane Barth Swartz
Date issued 2007
Place issued Sandisfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States
Citation
Barth, Barbara; Judith Smith Cassidy (editor); and Harry Macy Jr (editor). The Dorland Enigma Solved: A Revision of the Dorland Genealogy. (Sandisfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States: Diane Barth Swartz, 2007).

The Dorland Enigma Solved A Revision of the Dorland Genealogy
Compiled by Barbara Barth
Edited by Judith Smith Cassidy and Harry Macy, Jr.
468 pages, hardbound.

A comprehensive, well-documented genealogy of the descendants of Gerrit, Lambert, and Elias Dorland, early settlers of New Netherland/New York. In addition to the male-lines, descendants of daughters are traced, in some cases for many generations. These families migrated early in large numbers to New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, California and Oregon, as well as Canada. Many errors in earlier accounts of the Dorlands are corrected.

Among the families, but not all families, appearing in the book are: Ammerman, Armstrong, Banta, Barkelo, Bedell, Bennett, Bergen, Bevington, Birdsall, Bogart, Bertis (Albatross), Brittian, Carman, Cashow, Cheshire, Clapp, Clowes, Coevert, Cornell, Corsen, Cortelyou, Couwenhoven, Cozine, Craven, Darland, Davis, DeBeauvois, Demott, Ditmars, Dorland, Dorlandt, Durland, Durling, Duryea, Eccles, Eldert, Emans, Emmons, Gaunt, Gerritsen, Gildersleeve, Gulick, Gurwell, Haight, Hegeman, Hendirckson, Hewlett, Hogeland, Johnson, Kroesen, Lefferts, Linington, Lott, Losee, Lupardus, Lyster, Martense, McKinstry, Merrill, Messler, Miller, Montfort, Moore, Mott, Meefus, Nevius, Noxon, Oakley, Oldfield, Pearsall, Pieterson, Peterson, Petitt, Pinkerton, Polhemus, Postlethwaite, Poulson, Powelson, Probasco, Purdy, Quick, Rapaljie, Reaser, Remsen, Reyniers, Reyolds, Rhodes, Robinson, Ryersen, Salter, Schenck, Sebring, Seeley, Selover, Seubring, Simonson, Skidmore, Smith, Smock, Snedeker, Sonmans, Sortore, Stoothoff, Storm, Stryker, Sutphen, Suydam, Swartwout, TenEyck, Thompson, Townsend, Underhill, VanArsdalen, VanBoreum, Van Brunt, VanCleef, VanCleve, Vanderbilt, Vanderveer, VanDeventer, VanDorn, VanHarlingen, VanLiew, VanMater, VanNostrand, VanNuys, VanPelt, VanSicklen, VanSinderen, VanSise, VanVoorhees, VanWicklen, VanWyck, Voorhees, Whalen, White, Williamsen, Woertman, Woglom, Wood, Wright, Wyckoff, Young.

Barbara Barth was a longtime genealogist who had written many articles for The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. The Dorland Enigma Solved is the fruit of several years of research, and was finished just prior to her death in 2003. Her family and friends were able to complete the editing and production of this work and are thrilled to see this volume in print at last.

This book is privately published. Order from: Diane Barth Swartz

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             Sandisfield, MA 01255

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