• The German exodus to England in 1709: (massen-auswanderung der Pfälzer) : prepared at the request of the Pennsylvania-German society, by Diffenderffer, Frank Ried. Publisher: Lancaster, PA: The Society, 1897.
  • The Poor Palatines, by Gene Garman
  • Hohenahr at, on Burg Hohensolms, Burg Alt-Hohensolms, Erda, Altenberg, Großaltenstädten, Altenkirchen, Mudersbach, Ahrdt. Paperback. Herausgegeben von Bücher Group, General Books, February 2011 - kartoniert - 32 Seiten.
  • Johann Christian Haus (Wikitree)
  • Johann Christian Haus (Rootsweb: Ancestors of Peter Ostrander Witze)
  • Johan Christian Haus (Family Tree Maker)
  • Montgomery County's Department of History and Archives: Contact Kelly Yacobucci Farquhar at (518) 853-8187 or write to 9 Park St., Old Court House, P.O. Box 1500, Fonda, NY 12068-1500.
  • Montgomery County Historical Societies, Organizations & Helpful People.
  • Montgomery County Links of Interest.
  • Palatines to America—German Genealogy Society
  • Doug Deal's site at
  • Doug Deal's site at Gencircles
  • House Family History, detailing a branch of the family in upper New York and Canada, by Christina Jones.
  • House Family History, by Larry House (Johan Christian Hauß > Conrad Haus > Joseph C. Haus > Joseph C. House > Abraham Isaac House > Josiah House).
  • Biography of Joseph House, descendant of Georg House (born @ 1690), son of Johan Christian Hauß.
  • Klock of the Mohawk: A Palatine family closely allied with the Hauses during the 1700's.
  • Arrival list at
  • Hotels in Großaltenstädten.
  • Großaltenstädten Weather Forecasts.
  • GOV—the genealogical gazeteer for Großaltenstädten.
  • Rootsweb has a page that looks inspired by the web version of this work, but who knows, maybe they'll find something we don't know.

  • Yearbook of the Holland Society with Early Lutheran Churchbook Records (Google book).
  • Settlers of the Beekman Patent: Historical & Genealogical Study of all 18th Century Inhabitants of the Patent, by Frank J. Doherty, 1830 Billingshurst Ct., Orlando, FL 32825; Winner of 1998 "Book Award" from NYG & BS.
  • City of Clarkstown (Haverstraw): Clarkstown Historical Records: 1752 - 1789: Pages 1, 13, 67, 103, 108, 110, 127, 174, 190, 226, 229, 234.

  • Baptism in the New York City Lutheran Church Book.
  • St Thomas Lutheran Church is located in Churchtown, NY and is part of the Evangelical Lutheran in America denomination of churches. Contact Information: Phone (518) 828-1677 Email Location: 2021 Miller Rd Churchtown, NY 12313 Mailing Address PO Box 137 Claverack, NY 12513.
  • City of Clarkstown (Haverstraw): Clarkstown Historical Records: 1752 - 1789: Christian: Pages 1, 13, 127. Johannes House/John Hause: 47, 60, 127.
  • "I've seen lots of websites celebrating the 847 Palatine families who arrived in colonial New York in 1710 and can honestly say that yours is among the very best. Great work!"
    —Henry Z. Jones, author of "The Palatine Families of New York—1710."

    Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
    Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet

    "I enjoyed looking at your website. You have a lot of fascinating stories there, and I'm sure members of the wider Hause family have learned a great deal from it. You're lucky to be descended from such a fascinating group of people."
    —Philip L. Otterness, author of "Becoming German: The 1709 Palatine Migration to New York."

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