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Heritage Book of:
            Catawba County
            Caldwell County
Cline, Ciscero.
The Klein or Cline family: history, biography and records about the descendants of Sebastian Klein, pioneer / Ciscero Cline; additions by JoAnn Hewitt Mercer.
NC Ref 929.2 KLEIN
Eaker, Lorena Shell, 1927-
German speaking people west of the Catawba River in North Carolina, 1750-1800 : and some émigrés' participation in the early settlement of southeast Missouri
Franklin, NC: Genealogy Pub. Service; Church Hill, TN: book orders to SCK Publications (L.S. Eaker, P.O. Box 2125, Church Hill 37642), c1994.
NC Ref 975.600431 EAK
Ingmire, Frances Terry.
Abstracted wills of Catawba County, North Carolina, 1842-1870
St. Louis, MO (10166 Clairmont Dr., St. Louis 63136): F.T. Ingmire, c1984.
NC Ref 929.3756785 ING
J. H. -- 498
Louisa S. -- 247
Robert M. 235, 247
North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal
November 1993
241. Horse, Simon and wife Sarah--divorce petition-Lincoln County
Observer News Enterprise February 27, 1974
NC76 and Forward
Hass Churchyard Dates Back to 1776
Patriot Isaac Wise was the first to be buried there, followed by Simon Hass three years later.

May 21, 1979
Historic Haas Cemetery One of County's Oldest
Tells the story of the beginnings of this historic cemetery.
Philbeck, Miles S.
Lincoln County, North Carolina will abstracts, 1779-1910 / compiled by Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. and Grace Turner.
Wilson, NC: G. Turner; Chapel Hill, N.C.: M.S. Philbeck, Jr., c1986.
NC Ref 929.375678 PHI
Wills of Henry-1858, Peter--1844, Sarah 1900, HAUSS
Rucker, Elizabeth Hoyle.
The genealogy of Peiter Heyl and his descendents, 1100-1936
NC Ref 929.2 HOYLE
The Hass family: a biography of the life and family of Shuford Hass (1842-1919) and his wife, Lydia (Shell) Hass (1845-1934) : a Civil War family from Caldwell County, North Carolina
NC Ref 929.2 HASS  

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