Curfman, Robert Joseph,
The Curfman-Kurfman-Corfman-Korffmann genealogy
Denver: Priv. print., 1971, 142 pgs.
Title: The Curfman-Kurfman-Corfman-Korffmann genealogy
Authors: Curfman, Robert Joseph,
City of Publication: Denver
Publisher: Priv. print.
Page Count: 142
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 127-133) and indexes.
ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. table, ports.
Reel/Fiche Number: Genealogy and local history ; G8227).
Subject Headings: Curfman family.
Primary Family Name: Curfman family.
Non-Indexed Pages #1
Preface and dedication
Arms of Korffmann of Rheinhessen
The family in Europe
The family in America
Sources and references
Ancestral chart of the Korffmann emigrants from Rheinhessen to Pennsylvania 1741 and 1764
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