Holcombe-Doane-Henke Family History, 1812-1983, Volume 1

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DIANE Publishing Inc., Sep 1, 1983 - 173 pages
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John Holcombe (1682-1743), and his brother, Jacob, Quakers, immigrated about 1700 from England to Abington, Pennsylvania. John settled in New Jersey in 1704, married Elizabeth Woolrich in 1707, and moved to Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma and elsewhere.
 

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