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Some Unknown Early Pioneer Notables of Lancaster County. By Eleanor J. Fulton I have been asked to compile the data, gathered from the Colonial Records, the Penna. Archives, the Votes of the Penna.
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Notable people. Herman Vandenburg Ames, dean of the University of Pennsylvania graduate school. For more than years, Lancaster County has claimed its kite-shaped space in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. That's how the aboutacres of land is described in an book called.
Early Settlers of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. By S. Flickinger. This is a list of Lancaster county settlers who came between the years and and had purchased and held lands there before Abye, John Abye, Peter Ashleman, Daniel Bare, Henry Bare, Jacob Bare, Jacob, Jr.
Bare, Jno. Henry Bheme, Jacob Biere, Jacob Bohman, John. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Historical papers and addresses of the Lancaster County Historical Society" See other formats.
History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. by Ellis, Franklin, ; Evans, Samuel,joint author. An index to the will books and intestate records of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Annual business review of Lancaster County : containing also, a complete shipper's guide of the state.
Parochial registers for Lutheran congregations in Lancaster County. The Swiss Eby Family Pioneer Millwrights and Millers of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Biography of John Edwards The Bench and bar of St.
Louis, Kansas City, Jefferson City, and other Missouri cities, (Source: Internet Archive). The Early Thomas Carters of Lancaster County, Virginia. Lancaster, Va.: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Available at Virginia Historical Society.
[Carter] Warner, Charles Willard Hoskins. "Barford Plantation and the Thomas Carters," Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine, Vol. 37, No. 1 (Dec. ) Lancaster County was formed as the 4th county in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on from Chester County.
It was named for Lacastershire (Red Rose) in England. York (), Cumberland (), Berks (), Northumberland (), Dauphin (), and Lebanon () counties were in whole or part formed from Lancaster County.
Pennsylvania First Early Inhabitants Timeline. Mil BC - The body impressions of salamander-like creatures, estimated to be million years old, were later found in sandstone rocks collected in eastern Pennsylvania and stored in the museum in Reading, Pa. (AP, 10/30/07); 10, BC - Paleo-Indian Era (Stone Age culture) the earliest human inhabitants of America who lived in caves and were.
Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Lancaster County, PA ( pages) and Companion CD containing Original Maps and Geo-Referenced Maps Locating Tracts on Modern Roads .pdf files) .pdf files).
The newest volume of county atlases in the "Early Landowners of PA" series, this Lancaster County atlas contains all 41 of the Township Warrantee Maps which were produced by the. interested in seeing this first homestead of our pioneer Michael (c)". Some light is shed on Michael's early life and circumstances on Pequea Creek by a deed, not made until April 7, The foregoing survey of would have been made in recorded in Lancaster County Book A, Volume 9, page.
Posted by Unknown at PM. Search for articles in the LNP archives from to J A History of the Descendants of Abraham Breneman Born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, December 3,and Settled Near Edom, Rockingham County, Virginia, inor Soon After, and a Complete Genealogical Register with Biographies of Many of His Descendants from the Earliest Available Records to the Present Time, Giving Dates in Three.
Fleet, Beverley, Lancaster County, record book no. 2,pages Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County,pgs. === JH Note There was a William Reynolds in the York Co records that sold land in Charles River Co. he lived in the same area as Thomas Reynolds on Queenes Creek. History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: With Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men Franklin Ellis, Samuel Evans Everts & Peck, - Lancaster County (Pa.).
Early life. Milton Hershey was born on Septemto Henry and Veronica "Fanny" Snavely Hershey. Of Swiss and German descent, his family were members of Pennsylvania's Mennonite community, and he grew up speaking Pennsylvania Dutch. In AprilHershey's sister Sarena Hershey was born in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, and died in at age 4.
Historical indexes are the finding aid to thousands of records within the Lancaster County Archives. Many of our indexes were originally kept by courthouse clerks over a century ago.
When searching indexes, always be open to surname spelling variations as names were often recorded simply by how they were interpreted by courthouse clerks. Lancaster, the county town of Lancashire, lies on the River Lune, three miles inland from the coastal resort of Morecambe, easily accessible from the M6 motorway and en route to the Lake District, 20 miles to the Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding natural beauty, lies to the east of the city.
Lancaster has a fascinating, varied and ancient history, with royal connections. Abstracts of wills of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, (P. ) Vol Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania: Hardback: Lancaster County (PA) Wills: Pennsylvania: Shelf 5: Abstracts of wills of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, (P.
) Vol Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania: Hardback: Lancaster County (PA) Wills. Researched early Martin history of Lancaster County and published two books. showing all Martin references in deeds, wills and other sources. Worked on. genealogy of David's son John. n Roy J. Martin, South 48th St., Lincoln, NE () Christian, Ells and European Martins.
Mary Pletscher is listed on the tax records for Conestoga township, Lancaster County in the year Some time after that, she married Frederick and Samuel and Henry were raised on his farm.
After Frederick died, Mary married a man named Schenck. It is unknown when Mary died or where she is buried. Lancaster County, PA. Berks County, carved from parts of Lancaster, Philadelphia, and Chester Counties, had a 12, population in It is bounded on the northwest by Schuylkill (36 miles), on the northeast by Lehigh (24 miles), on the southeast by Montgomery and Chester (28 miles), and on the southwest by Lancaster and Lebanon (29 miles).
The Swiss Pioneers own a acre farm just outside the town, which is also the hometown of the New Holland farm-equipment enterprise that grew up in this Lancaster County hamlet. It’s not that there’s any connection between the Swiss Pioneers and the farm equipment company.
(The Swope Family Book of Remembrance: A History of the Origins of the First Schwab, Schwob, Scope Family in Early Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and Some of their descendants, Emily Swope Morse and Emily Morse McLachlan, Pg, ).This date does not compute exactly with the date listed in the Church records within Lancaster on which states.The Silver family were very early settlers in the Springboro area, arriving byand acquiring and improving over two hundred acres about two miles north of town.
Much of this was probably in Montgomery County, but some is believed to be south of Austin Rd.[i] Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA, Lancaster County Will Book A, Vol. 1, pg 29 [ii] The graveyard is indicated in a sketch of the acre Rutter farm drawn by J. Watson Ellmaker for Amos Rutter, located in the Rutter folder at the Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA.