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Migration Patterns 1644-1850

From information gathered from a number of sources who have done extensive research on the Vandergrift family, those who removed from Pennsylvania & Delaware to the southern states were cousins, and not all members of the same immediate family. It apparently was common practice for Wills of deceased individuals to be read & probated in their original home states even when they had actually died elsewhere. 

1. Garrett Vandegrift m. Sarah Delaplan (s/o Abraham m. Maritje VanSandt

2. Christopher b. 1732 m. Rebecca King (s/o Leonard m. Mary Jeton  (See Guilford County, North Carolina)

3 Hannah m. John Conn (d/o Christopher m. Rebecca King (See Guilford County, North Carolina)

Possibles:

1. Leonard b. 1718 m. Lydia (s/o Jacob m. Mary)

2. Jacob b. 1740 m. Sarah (s/o Leonard m. Lydia) 

The Netherlands

New Netherland (New York)

Baptisms of the Dutch Reformed Church 1639-1670

 

 

Pennsylvania

  • Bucks
  • Westmoreland
  • Allegehany
 

Maryland

  • Harford
  • Cecil
 

Delaware

  • New Castle
 

New Jersey

  • Burlington

North Carolina

  • Johnston
  • Wake
  • Wilkes
  • Guilford
 

Virginia

  • Henry
  • Campbell
  • Appomattox
  • Monongalia (now West Virginia)

South Carolina

  • Chester
  • Greenville
  • Pendleton
 

Alabama

  • St. Clair

Tennessee

 

Kentucky

  • McCracken
 

Illinois

 

Indiana

  • Lawrence
  • Marion

Arkansas

  • Boone
  • Crawford
  • Monroe
  • Pulaski
  • Randolph
  • Saline
  • Washington

Missouri

  • Gasconade
  • Lafayette
  • Carroll
  • Christian
  • Taney
  • Livingston
  • Iron
  • Maries
  • Osage
  • Dallas
  • Dade
  • Lawrence
 

Georgia

  • Habersham
  • White

Associated Surnames