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eBook Colonial And Revolutionary Families Of Pennsylvania ePub

by John W. Jordan

  • ISBN: 0806352396
  • Category: Genealogy
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: John W. Jordan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Clearfield Co (May 30, 2004)
  • Pages: 1706
  • ePub book: 1823 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1553 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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by John Woolf Jordan (Author), Wilfred Jordan (Author). This book contains pages 657 - 1168 of the original, a collection of disparate family memoirs, by no means comprehensive. Most unhelpful is the lack of any table of contents or index.

Administrative Records. Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania. This large family of Thomas Wells forms an interesting element in Mrs. Mary P. Wells Smith's Young Puritan series of juvenile books

Administrative Records. Colonial and Revolutionary Families of ical and Personal Memoirsby John W. Jordan. Vol. 3. Genealogical and Personal Memoirs. Wells Smith's Young Puritan series of juvenile books. She her self was a descendant of Noah Wells, one of the fourteen children. The chil dren were: 1. Thomas, born January 10, 1652 died 1691.

John W. Jordan’s most popular book is Colonial and revolutionary families of Pennsylvania; gene. Showing 30 distinct works. Colonial and revolutionary families of Pennsylvania; genealogical and personal memoirs (1911) Vo. by. John W. Jordan, Wilfred Jordan.

John Newton Boucher, John W. Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, Vol. 3 (Classic Reprint). The Military Hospitals at Bethlehem and Lititz, Penn'a, During the Revolutionary War (Classic Reprint). A History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and Its People, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint). John Bechtel: His Contributions to Literature, and His Descendants. A Century and a Half of Pittsburg and Her People, Volume 4.

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Charles Biddle (December 24, 1745 – April 4, 1821) was a Pennsylvania statesman and a member of the prominent Biddle family of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Biddle was born to a wealthy old Quaker family on December 24, 1745 in Philadelphia in what was then the British Province of Pennsylvania. He was the son of William Biddle, 3rd (1698–1756) and Mary (née Scull) Biddle (1709–1789).

Title: Colonial families of Philadelphia Author: John W. Jordan, L. This is an exact replica of a book published in 1911. Jordan, LL. D. The book reprint was manually improved by a team of professionals, as opposed to automatic/OCR processes used by some companies. However, the book may still have imperfections such as missing pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were a part of the original text. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections which can not be improved, and hope you will enjoy reading this book. Book Renaissance ww. en-books.


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Below is a list of the families treated:

Abbot, Adams/Anshutz, Ashhurst, Ashton, Babcock/Badcocke, Baird, Balch, Ball, Ballard, Barnes, Beaver, Benners, Bevan, Biddle, Bigger, Bissell, Blaine, Blight, Blynn, Bodine, Boggs, Bonsall, Bosbyshell, Bournonville, Brackenridge, Brice, Brodhead, Brown, Bryden, Bunting, Burchfield, Burnham, Butler, Calvert, Carpenter, Carstairs, Cass, Cassatt, Chaplin, Chew, Childs, Clark, Comegys, Converse, Cooke, Corbin, Coyle, Craig, Crispin, Crowell, Curtin, Cuthbert, Darte, De Armit, Dechert, Decker, Denny, Derr, Diehl, Donaldson, Duane, Dupui, Eaton, Ellison, Emlen, Etting, Eveland, Fassett, Findley, Fisher, Flagg, Follansbee, Fox, Friend, Gilpin, Gleffer, Haddock, Haines, Hamill, Hamilton, Hart, Haseltine, Hays, Herron, Hewson, Heyl, Hillman, Holme, Horne, Horner, Houston, Howard, Hudson, Huff, Hunt, Irish, Irwin, Jeffries, Johnson, Jordan, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kent, Kimber, Kinney, Lammot, Larimer, Laughlin, Leaming, Lennig, Lindsay, Lloyd , Logan, Logue, Loughrey, Lovejoy, Lydick, Lyne, Lyon, Maclay, Madeira, Magee, Mann, Marshall, Marston, McCall, McCandless, McClintock, McCloud, McCully, McCurdy, McKean, McMasters, Mehard, Mercur, Merrill, Miller, Miner, Molten, Montgomery, Moon, Morris, Morrow, Mosier, Mowry, Mulford, Neale, Neff, Newhall, Nichols, Norris, O'Hara, Osbourn, Paine, Parker, Patton, Paulson, Pearson, Peet, Pemberton, Penn, Pennypacker, Pequignot, Perrin, Philips, Pinkerton, Plumly, Plumstead, Porter, Potter, Powell, Preston, Price, Purves, Putnam, Rawle, Rea, Reed, Reynolds, Richards, Ricketts, Riter, Robb, Robbins, Roberts, Robinson, Rouse, Ruffner, Rupp, Sailor, Samson, Sanderson, Sankey, Scott, Sellers, Semple, Serrill, Shattuck, Sheakley, Sheppard, Shippen, Shiras, Shoemaker, Shriver, Sill, Singer, Smith, Snowden, Sparhawk, Steel, Stevens, Stevenson, Sullivan, Swift, Thomas, Thorington, Tingley, Townsend, Turnbull, Tyson, Van Leer, Waddell/Smith, Wagner, Wainwright, Wallace, Waller, Waln, Walter, Ward, Warner, Weaver, Weitzel, Wells, Wentworth, Wharton, Whelen, Wiederseim, Wignall, Wilkins, Wilkinson, Willing, Wilson, Winsheimer, Wistar/Wister, Wister, Wurts, Wynne, and Yeates.

These three volumes contain possibly the most authoritative collection of Pennsylvania genealogies ever assembled. The editor, John W. Jordan, was a celebrated historian as well as a genealogist, and, with his able assistants, among whom we find the great Warren S. Ely, he produced a work that is yet unmatched in scope and accuracy, covering fully 250 colonial and Revolutionary families in a series of independent genealogical narratives.

Extending from two or three pages to twenty and thirty pages or more, the genealogies generally commence with the known ancestors of the first Pennsylvania settler and proceed in the direct line of descent to representatives of the family in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, touching, in this manner, on as many as seven or eight or more generations, each member of which is scrupulously accounted for by name, spouse, issue, and dates of birth, marriage, and death, surfacing again, in many cases, as the subject of a biographical essay.

The original publication contained a good many full-page portraits which, in the interest of economy, we have omitted in this reprint. But whereas the original work lacked a guide to contents, we have made good this deficiency, adding a table of contents to each volume.
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A good resource. It doesn't have all of my personal family history that I was hoping for but still full of lots of information.