2 edition of family of William Carson, Revolutionary soldier, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
family of William Carson, Revolutionary soldier, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania
Raymond Martin Bell
1996 by R.M. Bell in Coralville, Iowa (1506 1st Ave. North, Coralville 52241-11125) .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (leaf 23) and indexes.
|Statement||by Raymond Martin Bell and Jay Nielson.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.C321 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||97112374|
WILLIAM CARSON William Carson was born on Nov. 24, to Aaron and Bridgette Fleming Carson in County Downs, Ireland. The family left the southern part of Ireland and arrived in the British Colonies, settling in Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. William married Ruth Sherman of . This guide, indicating and describing the scope of the Revolutionary War holdings at the Delaware Public Archives, will assist the researcher in finding both original and secondary source material. RG Delaware Archives (A series of 13 manuscript boxes, 1 volume of original records and 3 published volumes) Delaware: Towns and Cities. Alexander County, NC at Carson Chapel Church 2. George W.- January 20 October 24 in written history of ELDER in Pennsylvania, is by William EGLE, for another ELDER family, From our Rev. War Soldier, Robert ELDER, () born near Perth on the Tay, died in Franklin Co PA. "FRANKLIN CO PA" charts and files.
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What Mifflin County, PA census records are available. There are many types of census records for Mifflin County guide you in researching your family l Population Schedules are available for,,Mifflin Co. Mortality Schedules can be obtained for, and The family of William Carson, Revolutionary soldier, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania / Catalog Record Only Includes bibliographical references (leaf 23) and indexes.
Contributor: Bell, Raymond Martin. County History. Mifflin County was formed in but as early as traders had left written records of the Shawnee Indian village of Ohesson, ruled over by Chief Kishacoquillas, firm Revolutionary soldier of the site, sinceoccupied by Lewistown, the county seat, remained an Indian centre until the coming of Arthur Buchanan, trader and first settler, in Original data: Fendrick, Virginia Shannon.
American Revolutionary soldiers of Franklin County, Pennnsylvania [sic].Chambersburg, Pa.: Historical Works Committee of.
 “Canton Data Family History Collection,” list of children of Benjamin and Margaret Ralston Alworth’s children, Madison County Library System, Madison County, Mississippi.  Virginia Shannon Fendrick, ed., American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County.
Chronicles of Central Pennsylvania (Source: PA's Past) Every Name Index to History of Mifflin County (Source: Every Name Index) The Genesis of Mifflin County (Source: PA's Past) A Geography of Pennsylvania, Mifflin County (Source: Internet Archive) History and topography of Northumberland, Huntingdon, Mifflin, Centre, Union, Columbia, Juniata and Clinton counties, Pa.
(Source. Abstracts of will book no. 1 family of William Carson. Sept. ) of Mifflin County registered at Lewistown, Pennsylvania: and tombstone records from Lewistown's oldest graveyard, Lewistown, Pennsylvania Family History Library. Biographical record of Mount Rock Cemetery: located in Lewistown, county seat of Mifflin County, PA WorldCat.
Hoffman-Shade-Burger Cemetery Find a Grave. The Mifflin family papers consist of the scattered remains of a large family's business and personal correspondence over several generations.
The bulk of the material concerns two branches of the Mifflin family, the children and grandchildren of George Mifflin, son of John () Pennsylvania book the children of another of John's sons, John. Pennsylvania’s revolutionary soldiers had many opportunities to show the general such passion.
Between andPennsylvanians fought in key battles and experienced all the hardships of war. They crossed the Delaware with Washington and took part in the battles of Trenton and Princeton in late and early Mifflin County is a county in the U.S.
state of of the United States Census, the population Its county seat is Lewistown. The county was created on Septemfrom parts of Cumberland County and Northumberland was named for Thomas Mifflin, the first Governor of Pennsylvania.
Mifflin County comprises the Lewistown, PA Micropolitan Statistical Named for: Thomas Mifflin. County of Mifflin 20 North Wayne Street Lewistown, PA Phone: Fax: Hours: am - pm Monday thru Friday Resources Driving Instructions Site Map Website Disclaimer Subscribers Login. Mifflin County Pennsylvania Soldiers in the Civil War Mifflin County PA Civil War Rosters For additional regiments and more detailed information about the following regiments including wounded, killed in action, promotions, regimental history and battles fought, see Bates' History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers 7th Regiment.
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Mifflin County QuickFacts - US Census Bureau. Mifflin County RootsWeb Resources. Where Is It. Mifflin County Zip and Area Codes. Lookup & Research Services. Contact information for people willing to do look-ups and family research in Mifflin County.
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North Received his education in his native county, and inremoved to Iowa, where he engaged in clerking in mercantile establishments untilwhen he enlisted in the One Hundred and Ninety-Fourth Regiment, th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Company F, and was mustered out at expiration of term of enlistment.
- Mifflin County - Fifth Battalion () Col. Arthur Buchanan. Col. Alexander Brown. Maj. Alexander McIlhatton.
Company No. - Captain. 1 - Alexander McCoy. The County was named for Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore. The County is located in the north-central area of the state. County Courthouse. Baltimore County Courthouse.
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This page and its subpages contain links. CAPTAIN IRA R. BUTLER, one of the nine sons of BENJAMIN BUTLER, was born at the Chester county family mansion, Novem He married, JMARY BOYD, born at New London Cross Roads, Chester county, Pennsylvania, Octo After the death of his father he lived in Monongahela City, a merchant, in partnership with his.
Mifflin County File Manager - Josie Baughman Mifflin County USGenWeb. PA USGenWeb Archives: USGenWeb Archives: USGenWeb. CopyrightUSGenWeb Archives and. A list of war veterans of all wars buried in Bethel and Tulpehocken Townships, Berks Co., Pennsylvania: as of May with additions up to Family History Library.
Burials of veterans, World War I to Viet NamTulpehocken Township and partial list of Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Family History Library. Civil War soldiers Family History Library. The family name, Carson, appears under several different spellings such as Corsans, Carsson, Carsan, Carent, Acarson, MacCarson, and Akersan, but in America it is most often spelled “Carson”.
The early families of Carsons who came to America prior to the Revolutionary War. There is some evidence that he moved his family from place to place during the perilous days of the French and Indian War (). It is recorded that at the time of the birth of Daniel (), he was living in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, and land records further state that in and he was living in York County, Pennsylvania.
Wolfgang Koppenheffer was born in about in Rüblingen, Württemberg, Germany. He married Anna Maria Haffner and they had five children. They emigrated in and settled in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Documents the military service of Wolfgang's descendants in the American Revolution. Also includes the family of Johann Jacob Copenhaver, who may or may not be a relative.
Samuel Brady's family. Samuel Brady was born on May 5,in Shippensburg, father was Capt. John Brady, who was born in near Newark, Delaware and who died Ap near Muncy, Pennsylvania in an Indian attack.
His mother was Mary Quigley Brady, who was born, on Augin Hopewell Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and died Octo Relatives: Hugh Brady (twin brother). Lewistown, the county seat, was built in on the site of Ohesson, a Shawnee Indian village; nearby Fort Granville () was destroyed in the French and Indian War ().
The county was created in and named for Thomas Mifflin, first governor of Pennsylvania. Lewistown became an important station along the Pennsylvania Canal in PA Roots Mifflin County Biography Project; RootsWeb Mifflin Co.
PA-Bio; USGenWeb Archives Mifflin Co. Biographies; Family and Local Histories Biographies, journals, memoirs and other first-hand historical narratives. These rare materials can help you add detail and personality to the pages of your family history. O titles. America. Carsons in America are most likely to be of Scots Irish origin.
The most famous of them was the trapper and Indian agent Kit Carson, born in Kentucky in His grandfather William Carson had arrived in America in the 's and received a land grant in Iredell county, North Carolina. Robert Trennert's book Kit Carson and His Three Wives is a recent family history of the man.
Bratton Cemetery Bratton Township Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. contributed by Mona Anderson. Only a few tombstones were located inwhen this reading was taken, however, several rows of field stones would indicate many graves (perhaps as many as 50) whose identity is not known.
Genealogy profile for Samuel Carson. Genealogy for Samuel Carson ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Immediate Family: Son of William Carson, Mifflin, Pennsylvania. Age Birth of Mary Carson. Mifflin, Pennsylvania. Age Birth of John B Children: Isabella Carson, Joseph M. Carson, John B. Carson, Mary Carson, James B. Carson. About Colonial and Revolutionary families of Pennsylvania: genealogical and personal memoirs First settled by Dutch traders, Pennsylvania was chartered to William Penn in During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, many important and prominent families established themselves in the colony.
Genealogy profile for John Carson John Carson ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for John Carson ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living s: John Coates Carson. Cemetery Information and Maps: Atkinson's Mills Methodist, Wayne Twp. : Aurand-Clever, Granville Twp. (West) J.
C. Postlethwaite, attorney and banker, was born in Mifflin County, Pa., Aug He attended school at Mount Union, Pa., and came to Manhattan, Kan.
inand worked in the banking establishment of W. P. Higinbotham. Came to Jewel (sic) County inand took a homestead. He studied law, and was. PA-Roots, Pennsylvania History and Genealogy. Ryde Cemetery Wayne Township Mifflin County, Pennsylvania.
Contributed by Mona Anderson.