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Venango County records, volume 1

Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Oil City, Pennsylvania. : Venango County Genealogical Club, [1984?]
49, 14 p.

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Volume 1 of the Venango County records has been compiled from the 1975-1984 quarterly newsletters of the Club.

Includes Gribbs [also Cripps] family Bible records; Marriages, Tionesta Presbyterian Church, 1862-1878; Oakland Township pioneers [1903 list of those over 70 years old, giving age, where born, wife and marriage date and number of children]; Clapp Farm Cemetery, Cornplanter Twp.; Marriages, Rockland Presbyterian Church, Rockland Twp., 1831-1845; Poor children to be schooled, listed by township, 1828-1836; Abstracts from the Western Press, Mercer, Pa., 1813; Abstracts from the Democratic Arch, Franklin, Pa., 1843-1848; Miller Farm Cemetery, Oil Creek Twp.; Marriages from the records of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Franklin, Pa., 1860-1867; Abstracts from the Petroleum Centre Daily Record, 1869 -1873.

Includes surname index.

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