Henry Burgett settled in Long Branch KY along the Tug River in 1800. There are still 400 acres in the estate, and some 20 heirs at present. I have a copyof the family will dating back to 1800, but it was re-written from memory a few times due to courthouse fires. In researching the libraries in Virginia I find ship registries of Burgetts arriving from the Kingdom of Bavaria up till the mid-1800s. Of course the designs of the Hollenzollern family clashed with individual kingdoms in the Germanic lands, and there were mysterious deaths abounding until Germany was united under the Czars. There remains a Burgetts Bourough in Lancaster, PA that you can see on a map of the city. Yes, many of us are of Pennsylvania Deutch ancestry. Hope to find whether the homestead was given as a veteran's bonus for service in the Revolution when I can. I suspect the Burgett surname may be gone from Deutchland, as is the case withmany other European families. However, I am proud to see so many races and ethnic groups with the Burgett surname. It reflects our great National character. There you have a glimpse of your Kelson Blue my fellow Burgetts. (Kelson is the center keel of a ship and Kelson Blue is a term coined in Early American literature).