David Mosier of Blue Springs Branch

The Moser, also spelled Mosier, family came to the United States from Germany in the 1700s. AncestryDNA matches me with many Moser descendants, but I haven't been able to establish a paper trail connecting my fifth great-grandfather, David Mosier. David's earliest record is the 1812 tax list in Davidson County, Tennessee. He owned 100 acres. …

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Johan Jacob Rumpfeldt

Not much is known about my German-shoemaker seventh great-grandfather who traveled to America in 1734. What is known about Jacob Rumfelt is laid out in this biography by my distant cousin, the Rev. Daniel S. Rumfelt. He has done a lot of research on the Rumfelt family. Read about Jacob's son, Heinrich, and his grandson, Henry. Bio …

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Heinrich Rumpfeld: From Germany to America

Heinrich Rumpfeld/Rumfelt, my sixth great-grandfather, traveled in 1734 to the United States of America from Germany. The Rev. Daniel S. Rumfelt compiled a wonderful informative biography about Heinrich's life. I am thankful he's allowed me to share his research on this website. Bio of Heinrich Rumpfeld by the Rev. Daniel S. Rumfelt Born about 1713 …

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Henry Rumfelt: German Regiment, Continental Army, and Valley Forge

I am thrilled to share a well-written biography about my fifth great-grandfather, Henry Rumfelt. I asked permission from the author, Rev. Daniel S. Rumfelt, to share this on my blog for the enjoyment of Henry's descendants. HENRY RUMFELT 14 SEP 1748 - 26 MAR 1827 by the Rev. Daniel S. Rumfelt Henry Rumfelt established the …

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