Isaac Lefevre 1
Noted events in his life were:
1. He immigrated in 1709 to New York, New York, NY. 1 The Ferrees and Lefevres were French Huguenots, who fled from France at the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, and located in the Palatinate. From thence they went in 1709 to England, being assisted by Queen Ann, and from thence to New York and two years later (1712) to Pennsylvania, locating on lands granted them by William Penn during their sojourn in England.
Isaac married Catherine Ferree.
Rev. A. Stapleton, A.M., M.S, <i>Famous Pennsylvania Germans: Rev John Conrad Bucher: Scholar, Soldier and Pioneer Preacher</i> (The Pennsylvania German, Vol IV, Lebanon, PA, July 1903, No. 3.
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