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The Pennsylvania traveler-post - v. 9 (1972)

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English
1972

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Contents: Marriages, St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Philadelphia; The family of Chambers of Chester County; Marriage contract from Wrightstown Meeting, Bucks County [John Eastburn, Hannah Hilborn, 1808]; Certificates of marriage by Rev. Daniel Hertz, Lancaster County [1835-1866] (cont.); 1715 taxables in Aston Township (now Delaware County); Will & inventory of Charity Brown of Philadelphia, 1736/1741; Huff families as listed on the 1880 Soundex, Pennsylvania (cont.); Abstracts from the American Volunteer newspaper, Carlisle, Cumberland County [1829, 1831, 1830] (cont.); The Martin family of Lancaster County; From the Chesterfield Friends marriage records [Samuel Wright and Jane Allen 1768]; Lower Ten Mile Cemetery, Amity, Washington County; Alexander Thomas Craig [data]; Marriages in Old Swede's Church, Philadelphia; Genealogical notes and information on the name "Stiffler" (cont.); Estate papers, Huron County, Ohio 1818-1858; The Rice family of Virginia; The counties of West Virginia (cont.); "Luken" church records; The Keyser family, Montgomery County; The Steel family to Philadelphia; Descendants of Francis Hickman of Delaware County (cont.); Wills of Henry Landis and Hans Graeff of Lancaster County; Will of Abraham Moss of Philadelphia; 1715 list of taxables in Upper Providence Township, Delaware County; Will of Michael Devolt; Daniel Clark of Connecticut; Christian Schmitt of Lehigh County; Wills from Spotsylvania County, Virginia [Edward Carter, John Gilbert, Edward Herndon]; Casper Diller of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania; Johannes Thewald, Berks County, Pennsylvania and his wife Catharine Reber; Birmingham Friends Meeting (Orthodox), Birmingham Twp., Chester County, Pennsylvania; Historical information from "The Steigerwalt family" of Carbon County, Pennsylvania; Early constables 1811 to 1830, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania; Will of Benjamin Britton of Oxford Township, Philadelphia County; ...

Contents (cont.): List of taxables in Concord Twp., Bethel Twp. in Delaware County 1715; Revolutionary soldiers, Upper Ten Mile Cemetery, Washington County, Pennsylvania; Maureen Duvall of Anne Arundel County, Maryland; Abstracts of New Englanders [Edward Hilton, William Hilton, John Klackson, John Odiorne, Humphrey Scammon, Joseph Smith, James Treworgye, John Treworgye, Leonard Weeks]; Unrecorded wills, Berks County [1753-1760] (cont.); Register of those who had their banns proclaimed and were married in the Reformed Church, Smithfield, Monroe County, Pennsylvania; Linder baptisms, Lykens Valley, David's Ref. Church...; The John Garrett family of Chester County; The Moravian Church of Bethel, Lebanon County; The Eberharts of Hohenzollern in Prussia; Greenwood Cemetery records, Indiana County [A-S] (cont.); Some early German-Swiss settlers in Pennsylvania [A-G] (cont.); The John Rhodes family from Delaware County; Pioneer licenses in Jefferson County; "Du Bois" family of Susquehanna County; List of taxables in Newtown, and Middletown Twp. in Delaware County, 1715; John Dieter Fahl of Berks County, a line of descent; Paxtang Presbyterian Church, Dauphin County, communions 1820-1837; Marriages Allegheny County [1789-1792]

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