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Author Balliet, Stephen Clay, 1909-

Title The Balliet, Balliett, Balliette, Balyeat, Bolyard, and allied families / Stephen Clay Balliet.

Publication Info. Baton Rouge, La. : Thos. J. Moran's Sons, Inc., 1968.


Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Freeport PL Local History Collection - FPLY-13  HIST 929.2 BALLIET    LIB USE ONLY
 Rock Island Main Lib Special Collections - RIPG-6  I 929.2 B    LIB USE ONLY
Description 994 pages : illustrations, coats of arms (some color), facsimiles, forms, genealogical tables, map, portraits ; 24 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 16-23) and index.
Summary Genealogy of three Balliet families. Paulus Balliet (1717-1777) emigrated from France to Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania in 1738. He married Marie Magdalena Wotring (1721-1802). Joseph Balliet was born in Lorraine, France, son of Abraham Baillet and Susanna Hahn. Joseph came to the U.S. in 1749 and settled in Heidelberg Township, Pennsylvania. Johannes Balliet (1746-1831) settled in Sugar Loaf Valley, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania in 1784. Many descendants lived in Pennsylvania. Others are scattered throughout the U.S.
Subject Balliet family.
Balliett family.
Balliette family.
Balyeat family.
Bolyard family.
French Americans -- Genealogy.
Huguenots -- United States -- Genealogy.
Huguenots -- France -- Genealogy.
Huguenots -- England -- Genealogy.
Huguenots -- Germany -- Genealogy.
Huguenots -- Switzerland -- Genealogy.
Other Form: Online version: Balliet, Stephen Clay, 1909- Balliet, Balliett, Balliette, Balyeat, Bolyard, and allied families. [Baton Rouge, La.] 1968 (OCoLC)608647541

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