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StatementClyde L. Groff, Walter B. Groff, Jane Evans Best.
ContributionsGroff, Walter B., 1923-, Best, Jane Evans, 1926-
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LC ClassificationsCS71.G876 1985
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Open LibraryOL2752347M
LC Control Number86103837

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The Groff Book, Volume 1. Clyde L. Groff, Walter B. Groff, Jane Evans Best. Groff History Associates, - Pennsylvania. 0 Reviews. From inside the book.

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The Groff book. [Clyde L Groff; Walter B Groff; Jane Evans Best] -- Hans Groff (ca), probably a German or Swiss immigrant, lived in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and married widow Anna Lichti Mier.

Anna had been married to a Lichti first, then a Mier. Hans Groff (ca), probably a German or Swiss immigrant, lived in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and married widow Anna Lichti Mier. Anna had been married to a Lichti first, then a Mier, then Hans Groff, and after his death, married Peter Leman.

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Hans Groff (ca), probably a German or Swiss immigrant, lived in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and married widow Anna Lichti Mier. Anna had been married to a Lichti first, then a Mier, then Hans Groff, and after his death, married Peter Leman.

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