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The Mastrogiacomo / Leo and McLeod / Shimer Family Tree

Updated July 26, 2012


Eva Ziacoma / Mastrogiacomo Duke
77 Mitchell Road
Oxford, NJ 07863
United States
908-835-1175
EvaDuke@yahoo.com

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Welcome to my homepage! I'm working on my family line from Ginosa,Italy and have posted the Mastrogiacomo/Leo family tree here which also includes the names Gianciotta and Sabina.

I've posted descendants of Jacob Scheimer, 1st Shimer immigrant to America(abt.1720), to my page in book form with index. I've included up to my grandmother's generation,Sarah Grace Shimer.

I'm also researching my family tree from Warren County NJ and Northampton County,Pa : Ayres/Ayres, Baker,Brittian, Depue,Hess,Lewis,Schooley and VanCampen surnames, most of who settled in the Mt.Bethel-Minisink area of Pa-NJ, some of who were the original settlers to the Hunter-Martin settlement in Mt. Bethel,Pa. Please contact me if you are researching these families. Also working on my Scottish-English family line: McLeod, Gillis/Gilling, Billings (Jamaica). Check out the Link to Mike Shimer's "Shimer Family History Page".

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  • Shimer War Memorail Tablet (467 KB)
    Shimer Memorial Tablet Dedicated in 1925 evaduke94added this on 13 Aug 2010 Dedicated in memory of our first ancestor Jacob Scheimer, and his six patriot sons who served in the colonial and Revolutionary Wars: Capt. Abraham Shimer, Capt. Anthony Shimer, Jacob Shimer (1734-1764), Ensign Samuel Shimer, Captain Edward Shimer, and Lieut. Isaac Shimer. Located at the Old Saucon Churchyard, Williams Twp.,Pa.
  • Shimer Homestead (78 KB)
    The Old Shimer Homestead built along the Lehigh River about one mile below Freemansburg. Built 1801 by Jacob Shimer.
  • Col. Abraham VanCampen's Home . Picture taken 2009 (98 KB)
    His house built in 1725 is the oldest dwelling in Warren County, New Jersey. It is located on the Old Mine Road within the borders of the Delaware Water Gap National Park.
  • Henry Schoonmaker's home in Pahaquarry, NJ (40 KB)
    This home was also known as the Copper Mine Inn built by Henry Schoonmaker in
 

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