Genealogy Sites

And Family Records

   Sites that were used in researching these projects, or enhancing the presentation:

JOHANN CHRISTIAN HAUß

  • 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 Libre.de, 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 Ancestry.com.
  • 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 Progenealogists.com.
  • 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.
  • JOHANN RHEINHARDT HAUß

  • 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.
  • JOHANNES HAUS

  • 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 stjstt@localnet.com 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.
  • JOHN HAUSE/HAWS

  • City of Clarkstown (Haverstraw): Clarkstown Historical Records: 1752 - 1789: Johannes House/John Hause: 47, 60, 127.
  • The Minutes of the Board of Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey (four volumes). Originally published by Quinn & Boden Co., Inc., Rahway, N. J. John and his brother, Simon, are in Volume III, on pages 305-310 and 398-407.
  • Historical Society of Rockland County: 20 Zukor Road New City, NY 10956; 845-634-9629.
  • Warwick Valley History hosted and supported by the Albert Wisner Public Library.
  • Orange County Genealogical Society, 101 Main St, Goshen, New York 10924.
  • WILLIAM E. HAUSE

  • Hause Hill Cemetery, in the Town of Tyrone, Schuyler co., NY.
  • New York In The Revolution As Colony And State, available on Google Books.
  • Warwick Valley History hosted and supported by the Albert Wisner Public Library.
  • Col. Albert Pawling's Independent Corps of Levies (the special division of militia that William fought in) is portrayed by reenactors. If someone in New York wants to play William, contact Bob Ferris, Unit Commander and "Acting Adjutant," at this e-mail address. (See them here and here and here.)
  • Welcome to the Town of Tuxedo, One Temple Drive, Tuxedo, NY 10987.
  • Tuxedo Park Library, which hiolds a framed drawing of William's House in its Local History room.
  • Warwick Historical Society, P. O. Box 353, Warwick, New York 10990. Phone 845-986-3236. E-mail: info@warwickhistoricalsociety.org .
  • Orange County Genealogical Society, 101 Main St, Goshen, New York 10924.
  • Schuyler County Historical Society 108 N. Catharine Street (Rt.14), PO Box 651 / Montour Falls, NY 14865, (607) 535-9741.
  • Steuben County Historical Society, PO Box 349, Bath, New York 14810, (607) 776-9930.
  • Find-A-Grave, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave for Martha Wood-Hause, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Real Estate page for Hause Hill: It's not for sale now, but I'm watching!
  • JOHN HAUSE

  • Seneca County Historian Walter Gable:Seneca County Office Building, 1 DiPronio Drive, Waterloo, NY 13165. Phone: (315) 539-1785. E-mail wgable@co.seneca.ny.us .
  • Jury List of Washington, Seneca County, New York, 1804.
  • Ketcham Family Genealogy.
  • Find-A-Grave, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave for Esther-Ketcham-Hause, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • AUGUSTUS HAUSE

  • Niagara County Genealogical Society: 215 Niagara Street, Lockport, NY 14094 (site #2).
  • Niagara County GenWeb project.
  • Niagara County Historical Society.
  • Find-A-Grave, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave for Jane Jones-Hause, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Casa de Schwartz genealogy for Augustus Hause, Jr.
  • LABAN AUGUSTUS HAUSE

  • St. Clair County Marriages, Births and Deaths.
  • Dysinger Family Ties (Niagara County Dysingers)
  • Dysinger Genealogy
  • Sanderson Genealogy
  • Pine Grove Cemetery Records (Sandersons).
  • Death Certificate at Seeking Michigan.
  • 34720 and 34730 Maple Street, Memphis, MI 48041, the Residence of Laban and Melissa Hause: Split into two residences after Laban died.
  • Find-A-Grave, maintained by Bob and Shirlry Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave for Sarah Dysinger-Hause, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave for Melissa Sanderson-Hause, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Also, thanks to ANITA LABINSKI of the Memphis Historical Society, located at 81521 Belle River Road, Memphis, MI 48041. Phone number: 810-392-2257.
  • FRANK AUGUSTUS HAUSE

  • Memphis Cemetery: Is it haunted???
  • Life of Riley: Frank's first store is still running, at 1539 Riley Center Rd, Riley, MI 48041. The current store has been running since 1996: "Beer, liquor, pizza, fresh meat and deli counters, daily lunch specials, hand dipped ice cream and much more!"
  • Memphis Drugs: Frank's former store is still running, at 80850 Main Street, Memphis, Mi 48041; (810) 392-2424; Fax # (810) 392-3171. "Only Licensed Liquor Carrier in Memphis!"
  • 81521 Belle River Rd, Memphis, MI 48041, the Residence of Frank and Della Hause: "Stunning 1885 Victorian Home. Completely restored. Beautifully finished hardwood floods & solid oak double pocketdoors. Ammenities too numerous to mention. 1.5 ac lot is divided by Sage Creek running thru the property. Footbridge connects home to add 5 car garage. Ideal storage for classic autos. First bedrm currently used as a sitting room. Formal dining, library, front parlor/living rm all w/antique lighting."
  • 80125 Belle River Rd, Memphis, MI 48041, the Residence of Frank and Della Hause: "The Raven House. 80125 Belle River Rd This Farm/Ranch located at 80125 Belle River Road, Memphis MI. The average listing price for similar homes for sale is $362,450 and the average sales price for similar recently sold homes is $165,423. This property is in the 48041 ZIP code in Memphis, MI."
  • Find-A-Grave, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave for Fladella Raymond-Hause, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • CARLISLE HAUSE

  • Canadian Census online.
  • 1921 Central High School Yearbook with Phonography instructor Carlisle Hause.
  • Minnesota Legislative Reference Library: Legislators Past and Present features a biography of Henry Benson, brother-in-law to Carlisle.
  • 68 Hubbard St, Mount Clemens, MI 48043, the Residence of Carlisle and Marjorie Hause: "Beautiful Historic Home. New Kitchen w/ Built-in Dishwasher & Microwave, Oak Cabinets, Snack Bar, Stove & refrigerator. Formal Dining Room w/ Hardwood Floors. Living Rm w/ Bay Window. Den, 1st Floor Master Bedroom w/ Bath. Two Bedrooms & Sitting Room upstairs. New Maintenance Free Exterior. New Roof. 2 Car Garage."
  • 16 Ferrin Pl Mount Clemens, MI 48043, the Residence of Carlisle and Marjorie Hause: " This Multi-Family located at 16 Ferrin Place, Mount Clemens MI. 16 Ferrin Pl has 2 ½ baths and approximately 1,812 square feet. The property has a lot size of 3,920 sqft. The average listing price for similar homes for sale is $413,577 and the average sales price for similar recently sold homes is $88,928. 16 Ferrin Pl is in the 48043 ZIP code in Mount Clemens, MI."
  • 3699 Three Mile Dr, Detroit, MI 48224, the Residence of Carlisle and Marjorie Hause: This Single-Family Home located at 3699 Three Mile Drive, Detroit MI has 1 bath and approximately 480 square feet. The property has a lot size of 4,792 sqft and was built in 1925. The average listing price for similar homes for sale is $93,075 and the average sales price for similar recently sold homes is $94,130. 3699 Three Mile Dr is in the Morningside neighborhood in Detroit, MI."
  • 4869 Bishop, Detroit, MI 48224, the Residence of Carlisle and Emily Hause: "This Single-Family Home located at 4869 Bishop Street, Detroit MI. 4869 Bishop St has 2 baths and approximately 2,508 square feet. The property has a lot size of 4,966 sqft and was built in 1931. The average listing price for similar homes for sale is $42,307 and the average sales price for similar recently sold homes is $73,272. 4869 Bishop St is in the Morningside neighborhood in Detroit, MI. The average price per square foot for homes for sale in Morningside is $19."
  • Meister Family History tracing the ancestry of Carlisle's second wife, my great grandmother Emily Meister Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave for Marjorie Marchant-Hause, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • CARLETON MARCHANT HAUSE, SR.

  • First home (3699 Three Mile Dr Detroit, MI 48224).He lived with dad (three Carl Hauses in one house!)
  • Find-A-Grave, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • Find-A-Grave for Jeanne May Brunner-Hause, maintained by Bob and Shirley Hause.
  • CARLETON MARCHANT HAUSE, JR.

  • My "legendary" Dad's retirement article; They actually call him "legendary." How do I live up to THAT?
  • Waxwing house (1208 Waxwing Dr., Vista, CA 92083) for sale!
  • Independance Way house not for sale!
  • Union-Tribune Memorial.
  • Youtube tribute.
  • JEFFREY CARLETON HAUSE

  • Jeff and Lori Ann Dotson's wedding photos
  • Charles Dodson and descendants.
  • Paris Ward Obituary.
  • The Worst Movies Ever Made: "Once Bitten."
  • ATTICUS LEE HAUSE

  • Birth Announcement.
  • PHIN LEE HAUSE

  • Caring Bridge page.
  • OTHER HAUSE LINES

  • Hillfield Hall in Solihull, England (a southeastern suburb of Birmingham), was built for William and Ursula Hawes in 1576.
  • Richard Hawes, a Puritan who emigrated from England in 1635 (Powhatan County, Virginia Genealogy Trails).
  • GENETIC TESTING

  • FamilyTree DNA offers Autosomal, Y-DNA (paternal, and MT DNA (maternal) testing.
  • Ancestry.com DNA offers the widest sample base of Autosomal DNA testing and family trees.
  • GEDmatch, Tools for DNA and Genealogy Research; works with both FamilyTree and Ancestry.com tests.
  • Y-search: In order to allow people that have tested with the different companies to make their results available for comparison, Family Tree DNA is offering Ysearch as a free public service. We have added several tools that allow you to compare side-by-side different users.
  • Hawes Surname Project: Surnames include Hause, Hawes, Haws, Hawse, Hawys; In October 2004, after learning that DNA testing was available to help eliminate genealogical roadblocks in family research, a search began to locate Hawes surnamed descendants to participate in a DNA study.This project was initiated by a descendant of Samuel Hawes I (circa 1675 - circa 1769), of Virginia. Samuel Hawes I (1675-1769) was believed to have English roots, but it has not been proven. There are other Hawes/Haws people, whom are also unsure of their distant ancestry or particular Hawes/Haws line; they want to know.
  • Hauser Surname Project, begun by the descendants of Martin Hauser 1696-1761 of Alsace and North Carolina to find new branches of the family. The project will provide a resource for all groups within the surname group..
  • The Legal Genealogist, to help folks understand the often arcane and even impenetrable legal concepts and terminology that are so very important to those of us studying family history. Without understanding the context in which events took place and records were created, we miss so much of both the significance and the flavor of what happened..
  • Genetic Genealogy Tools open source software.
  • House Surname DNA Project: The House DNA Project welcomes all participants. We encourage you to join today! Surnames include Attoe, Haus, Houghs, House, Hows, Howys, Howze, Huizen. Participating is an opportunity to uncover information not provided in the paper records, which will help with your family history research. We will also discover which family trees are related. As the project progresses, the results for the various family trees will provide information about the evolution of the surname. The surnames in this DNA Project are researched as part of the Howes one-name study. You can learn more about this significant research, and the the associated family trees, by visiting the one-name study web site, or contacting the Project Administrator ayt http://one-name.org/profiles/Howes.html or e-mail Howes@one-name.org
  • "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."

    HAUSE Genealogy
    House Family DNA Project, on WFNForum.net. This Forum was established to support the surname DNA projects hosted at www.worldfamilies.net.

    New York's German Genealogy Group has indexes to births, marriages, deaths, naturalizations and church records in New York City and Long Island.

    New York Counties Will Testators Indexes cover almost 245,000 New York wills. Browse by county or click on Search This Site Engine to search for a name on the whole site. Enter the last name first and put quotations around the name to search on the phrase, for example, "Robertson, John."

    The Library of Congress: Chronicling America lets you search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922, or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress.

    Old Fulton NY Post Cards has more than 23 million newspaper pages. Despite the name, the site has newspapers from all over New York. To download the list, click the FAQ_HELP_INDEX button at the top of the screen, then "… to browse the different papers, click Here" and finally "Download this index as a Microsoft Excel file." More newspapers are continually being added, so check back regularly.

    Seeking Michigan has more than 1 million digitized records, including death records (1897-1920), state census records (1884-1894), Civil War service records, letters, diaries, photographs and plat maps.

    Western Michigan Genealogical Society has indexes to more than 2.25 million marriages, deaths, obituaries and other records for free. Order copies of most records for just $5.

    Héraldique : Logiciels Les Escus des Armes, H_Theque (en téléchargement): 400,000 descriptions, Glossaires, Traités Armoriaux, Dessin d'écus (blasons - armes). Textes d'Histoire, divers, etc., featuring Heraldic info on Haus, Hauss, etc.

    Researching Your Patriot Ancestor to apply to the DAR and/or SAR.

    Germans helped build America—and how has America repaid them? by Heinrich Piebrock

    House Family Pedigrees.

    The House Family at Open Library.

    FamilySearch.org: Family History and Genealogy records.

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    Blackadder Font, used on this page.

    Fold3, The web's premier collection of original military records.


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