Sketches of an American Family, Showing Descent from Thomas Arvin to Robert Joseph Arvin
Gateway Press, 1982 - 75 pages
Arvin families were among the Irish and Scotish immigrants who came to America as early as 1634. Thomas Arvin was a tobacco planter in Maryland between 1750-60. He and his sons were Revolutionary War veterans. One son, Elias (d. 1875) fought in the War of 1812. He and Catherine Tinsh were married and migrated to Kentucky in 1816. Descendants lived in Illinois, Virginia, Ohio, Indiana and elsewhere.
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Early History in America
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62 WILLIAMS acres Alfordsville American April Army August Barnett Chapel Cemetery born Britian British Bryantown buried at Barnett buried at Saint Catholic Church Census Charles County Congress Land daughter Daviess County December died Dorothy Edward D.'s Edward Jr Elias and Catherine Elias Arvin Elmus Wilson Evansville Family information unknown father February George Gootee Graham Glass Hall of Records Henry Ida Angeline Indiana Indiana bk January John Harbin July June Kentucky Loogootee March married Martin County Martin Silas Mary Elizabeth Maryland Hall militia Mount Pleasant moved his family name unknown North Carolina November Number of children October OLEVA ALICE parents parish Pension Application planters Port Tobacco Province of Maryland rest at Saint Richard and Ida ROBERT JOSEPH ARVIN Robert Jr Rose Church Saint John's Cemetery Saint Joseph's Cemetery Saint Rose Church Sarah September Shipyards South Thomas Arvin Tinsh U.S. National Archive United Virginia Warrick County Washington County Wife Zachaiah Manor