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by Blosser S. H.

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Author:
Blosser S. H.
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978-1113345912
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1113345918
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BiblioLife (August 15, 2009)
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Blosser family (Peter Blosser, fl. 1739). Dayton, V. A. S. Kieffer & son, printers.

Blosser family (Peter Blosser, fl. library of congress; americana.

of the I. I BLOSSER I. I family! ^ fis Known in America As far back as I, can trace by careful inquiry, is that Peter Blosser^ (who I will name Peter first, ) came from Switzerland, - place and Province not known to me. It is handed down to me. by tradition, that he became singer and jester t. . by tradition, that he became singer and jester to some great person or noble-man of that country, but in time of war he escaped and went to France, where he stayed for awhile, but war coming on in France he left that country and came to America. In ship "Snow Betsy," Richard Buden.

Published 1903 by A. Kieffer & son, printers in Dayton, Va. Written in English.

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Author S H From Old Catalog Blosser. Categories: Nonfiction.

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Books from the extended shelves: Blosser, S. Kieffer & son, printers, 1903) (page images at HathiTrust).

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The Blossom Family is one of the founding families of Riverdale. They are the largest and oldest family in the town of Riverdale, after coming from an unknown location and settling in Riverdale to create what is now known as the Blossom Maple Farms. The Blossoms are also related to the Cooper Family, as generations ago, the family split in two after one Blossom brother murdered the other

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
  • Very disappointed! Just a copy of some old writing that is readily available on Internet in dozens of sites. Only a few pages and the rest of the book is blank pages.

  • This was approx. 7 pages of text which contained little information not already available on Ancestry.com or other sites and some of the information actually in
    conflict with information on same Blaser/Blosser ancestors in Joseph H.Wenger's books on the Geil and Bieri/Beery families.

    I had ordered the above two books from the same source through Amazon and been very pleased with both the quality and price.
    However, I was disappointed in this "pamphlet".

    Carol Pyne