15 – Henry Hiestand’s Estate Settled and the Family Splits

15 – Henry Hiestand’s Estate Settled and the Family Parts Ways Daniel’s Mother & Father Die in 1777 and 1779 Peter Hiessandt, Sr.’s, (older brother of Daniel) Bible record wasContinue reading “15 – Henry Hiestand’s Estate Settled and the Family Splits”

June 14-27, 2023 Hiestand-Haston Tour to Switzerland and Germany

Hiestand-Haston Family Heritage Tour June 14-27, 2023 – Switzerland & Rhineland of Germany A Tour with Double-Value Scenic Value The “scenic value” of this tour alone will be worth theContinue reading “June 14-27, 2023 Hiestand-Haston Tour to Switzerland and Germany”

14 – Daniel & Christina Nave Haston – Newlyweds in Fort Valley

14 – Daniel & Christina Nave Hiestand/Haston Newlyweds in Fort Valley, VA Daniel and Christina lived on Passage Creek for the first ten years or so of their marriage.  TheirContinue reading “14 – Daniel & Christina Nave Haston – Newlyweds in Fort Valley”

13 – Daniel Hiestand Married Christina Nave

13 – Our Daniel Hiestand Married Christina Nave In Shenandoah County, Virginia View Larger Version of this Image I think we can safely say it’s fact that our Daniel Hiestand/HastonContinue reading “13 – Daniel Hiestand Married Christina Nave”

12 – Hiestand Land in “The Fort” – Powell’s Fort Valley, VA

12 – Hiestand Land in “The Fort” – Fort Valley, Virginia Seven Bends of North Shenandoah River, near Woodstock, VA with Fort Valley in the Massanutten Mountain behind (east of)Continue reading “12 – Hiestand Land in “The Fort” – Powell’s Fort Valley, VA”

10 – Indian Troubles in the Shenandoah Valley, VA

10 – Indian Attacks Around Our Hiestands in Pennsylvania and Virginia Memorial for Rev. John Roads – Mennonist & wife and six children massacred here by Indians, August 1764 AsContinue reading “10 – Indian Troubles in the Shenandoah Valley, VA”

09 – Our Ancestor Moves to the Shenandoah Valley, VA

Hiestands Move to the Shenandoah Valley in Northern Virginia From a “Hiestand field” on the South Fork of the Shenandoah River Our Daniel Hiestand/Haston was probably born a quarter mileContinue reading “09 – Our Ancestor Moves to the Shenandoah Valley, VA”

08 – Henry Hiestand Settles on Penn Family Land

08 – Henry Hiestand Settled on Land Acquired from William Penn’s Sons Outline of the 226 acre tract Henry Hiestand settled on and had surveyed in Lancaster County, PA. AndContinue reading “08 – Henry Hiestand Settles on Penn Family Land”

07 – Our Hiestands Begin Life in America

07 – Henry Hiestand – His Earliest Years in America William Penn’s first visit to his American colony in 1682 paved the way for our Henrich Hiestand to settle thereContinue reading “07 – Our Hiestands Begin Life in America”

06 – The Journey from Ibersheim to America

06 – The Journey from Ibersheim to America Source: http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com/ In early 1727, Henrich Hiestand probably boarded a barge in Worms, much like the one above, saying a “forever” goodbyeContinue reading “06 – The Journey from Ibersheim to America”

05a – Our Hiestands (Heystandts) – Refugees on the North Sea

05a – Our Hiestands (Heystandts) – Refugees in Friedrichstadt on the North Sea “Heystandt” was the way the Hollander-Dutch spelled our Hiestand name. The Nine Years War or the WarContinue reading “05a – Our Hiestands (Heystandts) – Refugees on the North Sea”

05 – Where Henrich Hiestand Was Born – Ibersheim, Germany

05 – Ibersheim, Germany German Home-Village of Our Hiestands https://www.akpool.de/ The village of Ibersheim (pronounced, Ibers-heim [“ib” as in “crib”]) is situated on what historically was an unprotected floodplain onContinue reading “05 – Where Henrich Hiestand Was Born – Ibersheim, Germany”

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