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  • Susannah Holtzclaw (1745 - 1821)
    Reference: TNG Genealogy - SmartCopy : Aug 4 2021, 19:14:29 UTC
  • Johann Holtzclaw (1609 - aft.1664)
    Barb Price:"Johann or Johannes Holtzklau of Weidenau (he is called by both names in the records), son of Wilhelm Holtzklau, was, as indicated previously, born ca. 1609/10, married ca. 1639/30, Hebel, p...
  • Wilhelm Holtzclaw (c.1573 - bef.1636)
    ID: I22940* Name: Wilhelm HOLZCLAW* Surname: Holzclaw* Given Name: Wilhelm* Sex: M* Birth: ABT 1573 in Wiedenau,Ger.* Death: 1630 in Wiedenau,Ger.* _UID: CCC6DF93DE7F6946879D3B277F58EA77CE67* Note: Ge...
  • Franz Holtzklau (aft.1545 - d.)
  • Anna Margarethe Holtzclaw (1686 - bef.1730)
    Source: more info ID: I197 Name: Anna Margaret OTTERBACH Surname: Otterbach Given Name: Anna Margaret Sex: F Birth: 1686 in Trupbach, Westphalia, Ger. Death: ABT 1729 in Germantown,...

John Jacob Holtzclaw, who immigrated from Prussia to Virginia. is my 7th great grandfather. There is a lot of clean up work to do in this area, and I'd love help from any interested parties.

About Holtclaw

The HOLTZCLAWs were among the GERMANNA Colonists of Virginia. Branches later went into KY and beyond, a common migration pattern. For an overview of the Germanna colonies and the settlers, etc., please see . The Memorial Foundation is very active. There is an annual reunion in Culpeper & Madison Counties, VA.