Mailing Lists: Ethnic-Dutch


DUTCH-MIDWEST

Topic: the ancestors and descendants of the Dutch immigrants (ca.1850 to WWI) who settled in the Chicago (Roseland) and South Holland, Illinois area and other Dutch 'colonies' in the surrounding states.

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NYDUTCH

Topic: People who emigrated from the Netherlands and settled in New York State after 1800.

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TITUS-DUTCH

Topic: the TITUS surname that is linked to the Netherlands (not the English line). In particular, the focus of the list is on the descendants of Titus Syrach DeVries who changed the surname to Titus in the 1600's after settling in the New Netherlands (New York).

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