3 edition of Eckel family of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Delaware found in the catalog.
Eckel family of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Delaware
in [Hyattsville, Md.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Milton Rubincam.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.E187 1955|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||56023450|
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Golder Bennett 22 Jan Yancey, North Carolina, United States - 07 Aug managed by Judith Brandau last edited 28 Apr Unlisted Bennett managed by Aaron Gullison Robert Miller Bennett Sr. 08 Sep Blackwater, Johnson, Missouri, United States - 30 Jan managed by Mikayla Whitaker The schedules of New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maryland were published in and Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and South Carolina were published in , thus completing the roster of the heads of families in so far as they can be shown from the records of the Census ://
Elizabeth (Townsend) Nowlin 22 Apr North Carolina - 21 May managed by David Townsend last edited 28 Feb Charles Townsend 08 Oct Rosemont, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United States - 27 Jun managed by Megan Larkin Susan was born Decem in Nashville, North Carolina. She died at Rocky Mount, North Carolina on Their daughter: Fannie Bell Alford; b. Octo ; d. Novem Fannie was born in Franklin County, North Carolina and died at Louisburg, Franklin County, North
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North Carolina obituary was featured in Reading Eagle on Decem ?pid= John Eckel passed away in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The obituary was featured in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Aug ?pid= Mary Eckel passed away on Febru in Youngwood, Pennsylvania. Funeral Home Services for Mary are being provided by Forgie-Snyder Funeral Home.
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on October 5, at the North Carolina LIST OF COLONIAL IMMIGRANTS The following alphabetized list includes the names of the seventeenth-century immigrants whose Plantagenet ancestry is the subject of this book, together with several immigrants after who have been incidentally noted in the text or a footnote.
The names of women have been provided with a cross-reference to THE WILLIAMS FAMILY DESCENDANTS OF SILAS (C), FIRST CHILD OF RICHARD WILLIAMS, ist.
(C) SILAS WILLIAMS married Mary, daughter of Eleazer and Catherine Hunt, of North Carolina, on 5th Mo. i6th,at New Garden, and lived to be 90 years of :// John Cox 2, son of William Cox and Amy, was born aboutin New Castle County, Delaware.
He was married aboutin Chester County, Pennsylania, to Mary Garretson, who was born 18 Decemberand died aboutin York County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of January Garretson Vanderhof & :// Full text of "The Cox family in America: a history and genealogy of the older branches of the family from the appearance of its first representative in this country in " See other formats In the Delaware region at that time were created New Castle, Sussex (Hoarkill at that time) and Kent (St.
Jones at that time) Counties. Delaware was part of Pennsylvania until Chester was the county closest to Maryland (MD is south of Pennsylvania), bordering on Cecil, MD. Lancaster, PA was created west of Chester in Full text of "Alexander family records: an account of the first American settlers and colonial families of the name of Alexander, and other genealogical and historical data, mostly new and original material, including early wills and marriages heretofore unpublished" See other formats CSli J jff 1 f^'.iWI.»fMa.: rE" L £_ JV o*CSuAjI?'¥ "Bi ^>.- i,riapp_Fund^ _T ALEXANDER FAMILY :// Tri-state area is an informal term in the eastern contiguous United States for any of several regions associated with a particular town or metropolis that, with adjacent suburbs, lies across three of these involve a state boundary tri-state areas have a more diffuse population that shares a connected economy and geography — especially with respect to geology The Dawson Family Genealogy is a large compilation of numerous Dawson genealogies in the United States deriving from a variety of different immigrant ancestors.
A study of the early Pennington forbears shows that they were concentrated in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
The only Pennington family with issue or in marriage records in the New England states that I have found was the Ephraim Pennington family found in New Haven James Wilson Sr.
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