A Genealogical Record of One Branch of the Donaldson Family in America: Descendants of Moses Donaldson, who Lived in Huntingdon County, Penn., in 1770
Press of the F. J. Heer Printing Company, 1916 - 332 pages
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May Donaldson McKitrick
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Andrew Donaldson born April born Dec born Feb born Jan born July born March born Nov born Oct born Sept Charles Charlotte Hartley child and fourth child and second child and third child of William Children Coon Rapids Cooney County Crillman Culler date not given daugh David Demoney died district school eldest child Elizabeth Ellen farm father fifth child Fort Wayne fourth child further information received Galion George Goodfellow graduated Hardin Henry High School Hollidaysburg Iowa Jacobs James Jane Mathews John Donaldson Joseph Donaldson June 18 Kansas Kenton Lexington lived Lucas Mansfield March 23 Margaret married Mary Donaldson Mathews McCurdy Methodist Episcopal church miles Moore Moser Moses Donaldson mother Ohio Northern University parents Presbyterian church public schools Rebecca Donaldson Rebecca Smart resided Richland Rusk Samuel Sarah second child second daughter Smith Swigart third child third daughter Tipton Wayne Wetherill William Donaldson
Page 13 - The Scotch-Irish in America, by Henry Jones Ford, we learn: "In 1609, six years after the accession of James VI. of Scotland to the English throne as James I. in...
Page 18 - ... was filed in the State Department, but unfortunately they are not now complete, the returns for the states of Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Tennessee, and Virginia having been destroyed when the British burned the Capitol at Washington during the War of 1812.
Page 14 - An economy and even parsimony of words, which does not always betoken a poverty of ideas; an insuperable dislike to wear his heart upon his sleeve, or make a display of the deeper and more tender feelings of his nature; a quiet and undemonstrative deportment which may have great firmness and determination behind it; a dour exterior which may cover a really genial disposition and kindly heart; much caution, wariness, and reserve, but a decision, energy of character, and tenacity of purpose, which,...
Page 14 - hold his will and bear it through;" a very decided practical faculty which has an eye on the main chance, but which may co-exist with a deep-lying fund of sentiment; a capacity for hard work and close application to business, which, with thrift and patient persistence, is apt to bear fruit in considerable success ; in short, a reserve of strength, self-reliance, courage, and endurance which, when an emergency demands (as behind the Walls of Derry), may surprise the world.
Page 39 - I hereby appoint sole executrix of this my last will and testament ; hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
Page 18 - The First Census of the United States (1790) comprised an enumeration of the inhabitants of the present states of Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia. A complete set of the schedules for each state, with a summary for the counties, and in many...
Page 39 - Signed, sealed published and declared by the above named James Miller to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses in the presence of the Testator.
Page 10 - The right of primogeniture, moreover, together with the weakness of the laws to reach inaccessible countries, and more inaccessible men, had, in the revolution of centuries, converted these natural principles of connexion between the chieftain and his people into the most sacred ties of human life.
Page 51 - Through all eternity to thee A joyful song I'll raise; For O ! eternity's too short To utter all thy praise.
Page 10 - was adjusted with great nicety, and made to surround the waist in great plaits or folds, and was firmly bound round the loins with a leathern belt in such a manner that the lower side fell down to the middle of the knee joint, and then, while there were the foldings behind, the cloth was double before.