The founders; portraits of persons born abroad who came to the colonies in North America before the year 1701, with an introduction, biographical outlines and comments on the portraits . o manors. Augustine and hissons, Ephraim, George, Caspar, and his daughters, AnnaMargaretta, Judith, and Francina, were naturalized in1666. In Cecil County, looking toward Chesapeake Bay, hebuilt a mansion house, where distinguished travelers tarriedat one time or another. He married, 10 December, 1650 ( ?),Jannetje Varleth, at New Amsterdam, and later CatharineWard, an English woman who is [1679/80] the mosta

The founders; portraits of persons born abroad who came to the colonies in North America before the year 1701, with an introduction, biographical outlines and comments on the portraits . o manors. Augustine and hissons, Ephraim, George, Caspar, and his daughters, AnnaMargaretta, Judith, and Francina, were naturalized in1666. In Cecil County, looking toward Chesapeake Bay, hebuilt a mansion house, where distinguished travelers tarriedat one time or another. He married, 10 December, 1650 ( ?),Jannetje Varleth, at New Amsterdam, and later CatharineWard, an English woman who is [1679/80] the mosta Stock Photo
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The founders; portraits of persons born abroad who came to the colonies in North America before the year 1701, with an introduction, biographical outlines and comments on the portraits . o manors. Augustine and hissons, Ephraim, George, Caspar, and his daughters, AnnaMargaretta, Judith, and Francina, were naturalized in1666. In Cecil County, looking toward Chesapeake Bay, hebuilt a mansion house, where distinguished travelers tarriedat one time or another. He married, 10 December, 1650 ( ?),Jannetje Varleth, at New Amsterdam, and later CatharineWard, an English woman who is [1679/80] the mostartful and despicable creature that can be found, and whoturned the first wifes children out of doors. Herrman,miserable in soul and body, surrounded by Negro serv-ants, his estate neglected, his wife impossible, lingered onuntil the year 1686, when he died. Descendants enjoyedhis estates for several generations. Narratives of Early Maryland, edited by Clayton C. Hall. 1910, pages 309-333.Virginia Cartography, by P. Lee Phillips. 1896, pages 35-41, including a sketch by E. N. Vallandigham.Also Phillipss edition of the map, and an account of Bohemia Manor by James Grant Wilson. 140.