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History of the French settlers in Covington and Girard Townships, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

by Margaret Billotte Mignot
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy with Fiche
  • English
  • French
[1981?]
94, [4] leaves (1 fold.)

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Photocopy and carbon copy of typescript.

Text mostly in English with a few leaves in French.

Donated by Henrietta S. Malone, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania.

Consists chiefly of family histories.

Includes some obituaries; a list of militia men taken from tax lists of 1869; register of passports for the years 1833-1858 from the Archives of the Department of Haute-Marne for persons later living in Frenchville, Covington Township; a newspaper article with history of Frenchville; some vital records; and list from the Advertising directory of Caldwell's illustrated history and atlas of Clearfield County, giving post office, nativity, acreage, and occupation; a few cemetery records from Frenchville.

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