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The Enders Family: The First Three Generations in America.

by Enders Family Association

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Folio containing print-outs from Enders Family Association web site with first three generations of Enders family, beginning with Johann Philip Christian Enders (#1), born 1740, Breunigweiler, Germany, married Anna Apolonia Degen on 13 May 1764; he died 26 Feb 1809 in Enders, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Also contains Johann Philip Christian Enders "Life Sketch" from Ancestry.com.
  PAHistorian | Apr 29, 2013 |
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