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Scarborough family papers, 1696-1934

[collected by Henry W. Scarborough]
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English

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Microfilm of typescript and manuscript collection (photocopy, 12 leaves).

Contents: Letter from Robert and Elizabeth Scarbrough, Orange County, Virginia Colony, 1738 -- Will of Henry W. Scarborough, Philadelphia, Pennsylanvania, 1934 -- Marriage certificate of Henry W. Scarborough and Clara Hagerty, 1904 -- Will of John Scarbrough, London blacksmith, 1696.

Henry W. Scarborough, a lawyer, was born in 1870, the son of Watson and Anna M. Stover Scarborough of Solebury Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He married 1) Clara Hagerty (1870-1932), daughter of Jacob and Mary Landis Hagerty, of Plumstead Township and Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He married 2) Elizabeth B. Scarborough, the daughter of Isaac and Emma E. Hampton Scarborough of Solebury Township, Bucks County. In his will, he names his children: Watson Scarborough, Marion S. Allen, Mary H. Scarborough, and Henry W. Scarborough, Jr.

In Virginia State Library. Genealogical notes [collection] Box 12, Sca.

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