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Hilligoss family history is traced back to the War of the Revolution : members of family in United States today noted as violin musicians.

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [PAM.] ISLG 929.2 H651 NO. 4 (Text) 00000106609878 Genealogy Pamphlet In process -

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  • Physical Description: 1 leaf ; 21 x 28 cm
  • Publisher: [Alexandria, Indiana] : [K.J. Sullivan], [1938]

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Article extracted from April 22, 1938 issue of: News (Alexandria, Ind.).
Summary, etc.:
A brief genealogical history of Michael Hillegas (1729-1804), the first Treasurer of the United States and noted violinist; and his father, George Hillegass (1696-1749), a Revolutionary War veteran, merchant, and German immigrant. Various spellings of the family name include: Hillegas, Hillegass, and Hilligoss.
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Photocopy.
Subject: Hillegas family.
Hillegas, Michael, 1729-1804 > Family.
Hillegass, George M. (George Michael), 1696-1749 > Family.
Hilligoss family.
Harmon family.
United States. Office of the Treasurer > Officials and employees > Genealogy.
Violinists > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Genealogy.
Merchants > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Genealogy.
Veterans > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Genealogy.
Soldiers > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Genealogy.
United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783 > Genealogy.
German Americans > Indiana > Madison County > Genealogy.
German Americans > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Genealogy.

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