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The web site contains 547 pages and over 2000 descendants. Heinrich Roth RHOADS was born in 1686 in Rhodt, Manheim, Germany. He died in 1752 in Baltimore Co. MD Heinrich Roth RHOADS married Elizabeth RHINEHARDT in 1704 in Manheim, Germany. Elizabeth RHINEHARDT She died in 1730 in Rhodt, Germany. Heinrich Roth RHOADS married again to Catherine RHINEHARDT they were married in 1716. She died on 7 Apr 1774 in Ursina, Bedford Co., PA.
Again the link: http://rhodesfamily.org/heinrich/
The page features all spelling of Rhodes found in the Registers of Hampsthwaite, Co. York (England): Marriages, 1603-1807, Baptisms, 1603-1794, Burials, 1603-1774
Again the link: http://rhodesfamily.org/Hampsthwaite.php
William H. Rhodes was born in Atehison County, Kansas, March 31. 1869. He was the the son of John M. and Martha (Kuhn) Rhodes. This biography covers four generations of his family, back to his emigrant grandfather Christian Rhodes.
Again here is its link: http://rhodesfamily.org/bio_william_h_rhodes.php
Thanks to Barbara Jean Smith for bring us this data. It is Missouri 1890 Union Civil War veterans schedule.
Again here is the link: http://www.rhodesfamily.org/mo_veterans.php
From: The History of the Parish of Ribchester, in the County of Lancaster
By Thomas Charles Smith, Jonathan Shortt
Published by Bemrose & sons, 1890
This page follows some of the prominent Rhodes families of Ribchester, in the County of Lancaster, England. It starts with James Rodes in the early 1500s, and continues through with Edward Roades in the late 1600s
Again, here is the link: http://rhodesfamily.org/rhodes_of_ribchester.php
History of Kentucky
By Charles Kerr, William Elsey Connelley, Ellis Merton Coulter
Published by The American Historical Society, 1922
Henry Colclazier Rhodes was born at Lagro, Wabash County, Indiana, February 23, 1858, a son of Phillip Charles and Louisa (Rifenberick) Rhodes. His grandfather, Henry Rhodes, was born in England, in 1801, and as a young man came to the United States, spending some years at Baltimore, Maryland, and then becoming a pioneer into Indiana, where he engaged in farming and the manufacture of pottery.
For the biography in its entirety go here: http://rhodesfamily.org/bio_henry_colclazier_rhodes.php