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”

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”

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

Hiestand-Haston Family Heritage Tour June 14-27, 2023 – Switzerland & Rhineland of Germany Photo above: The “village” of Richterswil in Canton Zurich, Switzerland – where our Hiestand-Haston ancestors lived centuriesContinue reading “June 14-27, 2023 Hiestand-Haston Tour to Switzerland and Germany”

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”

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”

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”

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”

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”

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”

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”

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”

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”

17 – The “Daniel Haston” Revolutionary War Land Grant

The “Daniel Haston” Rev War Land Grant Legal or Fraudulent? 640 acres in Houston County, TN (west of Nashville) were granted to Thomas Archer, based on Revolutionary War Land GrantContinue reading “17 – The “Daniel Haston” Revolutionary War Land Grant”

17a – The “Guilford County Four” and Rev War Land Grant Proceedings at Fairfield Plantation

17a – The “Guilford County Four” And the Epicenter of 1785 Land Fraud – James Glasgow’s “Fairfield” Plantation This is #2 in a sequence of 3 articles.  You should readContinue reading “17a – The “Guilford County Four” and Rev War Land Grant Proceedings at Fairfield Plantation”

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