Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German
Each family in the table of contents of the Pennsylvania genealogies was issued separately by the publisher under the family name; therefore, separate records were made for each family.
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Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German (Classic Reprint)
William Henry Egle
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William Henry Egle
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Agnes Alexander America Andrew Anna appointed April Ashland county August Barnett burg buried captain Carlisle Catharine Centre county Charles Charles,1 Chester county College Colonel Creek Cumberland county daughter of John Dauphin county David death December December 25 Derry died Donegal Elder Eleanor elected Eliza Elizabeth emigrated Erie Erie county farm father February February 14 Franklin county George Governor graduated grave-yard Hanover township Harrisburg Henry Hugh Huntingdon county Ireland issue surname Jacob James James,2 John,1 Jane January Joseph July June Lancaster county Lebanon Lebanon county left issue lieutenant Maclay March Margaret Martha Mary McCormick Nancy November October October 19 Ohio Paxtang Paxtang township Penn'a Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pittsburgh Presbyterian church Rachel Rebecca record removed resides Revolution Richard,1 Robert Robert,1 Samuel Samuel,3 Sarah secondly September served settled Stewart subsequently Susan Thomas Thomas,1 twice married viii Wallace Washington wife William William,1 York
Page 14 - River, and so between the said creeks backwards as far as a man can ride in two days with a horse, for and in consideration of these following goods to us in hand paid and secured to be paid by William...
Page 21 - ... the Tenth Section of the First Article of the Constitution of the United States, prohibiting a State from passing any law impairing the obligation of contracts...
Page 472 - On leaving my native country, there was not, therefore, any land on which I could cast my eyes with so much pleasure; nor is there any which could have afforded me so much real satisfaction as I have found in Great Britain. May its political fabric, which has stood the test of ages, and long attracted the admiration of the world, be supported and perpetuated by Divine Providence. And may the hearts of Britons be grateful for this blessing, and for many others by which they are eminently distinguished.
Page 384 - McCORMICK FAMILY. I. One of the signers of " the humble address of the Governor, officers, clergy, and other gentlemen in the city and garrison of Londonderry," to William and Mary, of the date of July 29, 1689, shortly after the famous siege of that noted stronghold of Protestantism, was JAMES McCoRMiCK1.
Page 398 - THE SWEET REMEMBRANCE OF THE JUST SHALL FLOURISH WHEN THEY SLEEP IN DUST...
Page 469 - ... handsomely for his family, he made several voyages to the West Indies, in the way of trade, by which he considerably augmented his property. Pursuing his inclinations, he in time acquired large possessions, and became one of the most respectable merchants in America My mother was a woman of an amiable disposition, and remarkable for mildness, humanity, and liberality of sentiment.
Page 398 - Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright, for the end of that man is peace ! " " The sweet remembrance of the just Shall flourish when they sleep in dust.
Page 467 - In 1766, he took up a tract of land lying on the Susquehanna, immediately above his brother James' farm, which adjoined the present town of Dauphin. He commanded a rifle company, which in March, 1776, was attached to Col. Samuel Miles' battalion, and participated in the battles of Long Island, White Plains.