The documents I am sharing are about the Palatines to America and an Introduction. In Jean's original book, she talked about the Ark and the Dove, two ships that sailed together across the Atlantic Ocean to America. With some research I learned that the Ark and the Dove sailed in the mid 1600s. Johannes Adam Staub arrived in Philadelphia in the mid 1700s. He bought land in what is now Mount Pleasant. Arthur Weaner documented this land purchase.
The last of the documents is of the Descendants of Johannes Adam Staab/Staub. It includes all the changes Jean sent to me and more (updated as of February 2018). As for the accuracy, I cited my sources, Jean got her information the old fashioned way by walking through cemeteries, talking to families, and researching the Catholic church books. My time was spent on inputting the data into my computer (God Bless my external drive and Cloud to not fail me) and printing this extensive book.
NOTE: I respect peoples' privacy. That being said for the Descendants of Johannes Adam Staab/Staub you will see names of living people show as Living. I will, at your request send you the report electronic version with living names shown. Please click here to send me a message. This book is not in narrative format, but more of a lineage report showing dates, etc. and will always be a 'work in progress.'
I welcome additions or corrections to this Staub Report. I thank all of you for your patience while I figured out how to share this with all of you regardless if you have a computer, tablet, or cell phone. This was truly a learning experience for me.
On another note, for those wishing to join the Sons of the American Revolution or the Daughters of the American Revolution (Staub or Smith) I will be happy to help you. I am close to joining the DAR for my Sherman family. Keep fingers crossed for me!!
AND...I will be attending another week-long genealogy class in June in Pittsburgh to learn Mastering the Art of Documentation. I cannot wait!!
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