Washington pioneers, the John and Mary (Bartlett) Power family

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E.A. Power , [Burlington, Wash.] (982 Sharon Ave., Burlington 98233)
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Statementby Edward Allen Power.
LC ClassificationsCS71.P888 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 55 leaves :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4166900M
LC Control Number80149081

from Pioneer History of Washington County, Kentucky Washington County Pioneers John Waller, Pioneer Miller John The John and Mary book, son of a Welshman of the same name who settled in Virginia in the early part of the 18th century, was born in He was married in to Mary Small, born in With his wife and.

Washington County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers Washington County Probate Records. Washington County Estates (Misc). Washington County Letters of Administration, Testamentary, Guardianship, Book A, partial transcription ().

Online Images of. Washington County New York Abstracts of Wills - Book Two: - Try our genealogy search engine. COOPER, John of Salem Dated Dec. 27, Probated Apr. 20, Mentions: Daughters: Mary Collins, Martha. User Review - Flag as inappropriate The man mentioned being killed by Indians while on patrol is William Hannahs not Springers pension also mentions Hannahs being sniped by Indians, Capt.

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InAfrican American pioneers John Conna () and Mary Conna () arrive in the Federal Way area and settle on their acre homestead. John Conna becomes the first black political appointee in the history of Washington Territory.

The Pioneers: The Heroic Story of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West was an all-encompassing story of the pioneers who ventured west to explore and settle the Northwest Territory lying northwest of the Ohio River in the latter part of the eighteenth century and well into the nineteenth century.

The initial expedition was led by /5. The Pioneers CHAPTER ONE The Ohio Country The Ohio is the grand artery of that portion of America which lies beyond the mountains I consider therefore the settlement of the country watered by this great river as one of the greatest enterprises ever presented to man.

HECTOR ST. JOHN Washington pioneers CRÈVECOEUR, I. Washington County was formed by Virginians in from Fincastle County. It was one of the first counties to be named for George Washington, who was then commander-in-chief of the Continental Army.

During the northwestern portion of the county became Russell County and the remaining western part of the county was combined with parts of. OCLC Number: Description: 12 microfilm reels ; 35 mm: Contents: V. 26 Bible Records; Laurence Flood, Hackett, Harvey, Maple, Marcellus Ross, Stewart, McCarver, Miscellaneous, Henry Walter, Pictorial Family Register --Certificates of death, Tacoma, Washington --Contributing Chapters; Chief Whatcom, Eliza Hart Spalding, John Kendrick, Marcus Whitman, Mary Lacy, Narcissa Whitman.

InJudge John McGilvra () and his wife Elizabeth (Hills) McGilvra donated a lakeshore lot in Madison Park, near their own "Laurel Shade" home, for use by the Pioneers. Although disputes erupted between the Association and McGilvra's son, Oliver, over property lines and taxes, the Pioneers now had a land base.

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Descendants of John S Post Umatilla County Pioneers. Full text of "Some pioneers of Washington County, Pa. A family history" See other formats.

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Soon thereafter in NovemberJohn purchased acres on Boones Creek (Washington Co. Deed Book 6, page ) from Wm.

Ellis for $ The following August () he purchased an additional 20 acres (Deed Book 6, page ) from Wm. Ellis for $ Collection: Bryan, William Smith A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: With Numerous Sketches, Anecdotes, Adventures, Etc., Relating to Early Days in the Lives of Daniel Boone and the Celebrated Indian Chief, Black Hawk, with Numerous Biographies and Histories of Primitive Institutions.

John Ball was born in Stafford Co., Virginia and died in Stafford County, Virginia. He married Winnifred Williams on Mary 9, in Charles Co., Maryland. He and his wife had descendants in Alabama. His son, Moses Ball, the ancestor of Alabama descendants, received a grant from Lord Fairfax and lived near General George Washington.

Largely prepared by F. Ellis, assisted by A. Hungerford. "War of the rebellion", p. including history of various Pennsylvania regiments, with lists of members. Texts partially cut off in some pages because of tight margin.

External-identifier. urn:oclc:record historyofwashing00crum. ark://t1rf6bf0m. He married Mary C. Rego of Indiana inand had 2 children. John P. Sharpe, born in Harrison County, Ohio, incame to Oregon overland with his parents inand settled in Lane County. In he removed to the neighborhood of The Dalles, and in again removed to Kittitas Valley, for the purpose of raising stock.

The county was named after George Washington (), who later became President. --Washington County was created 7 October from Fincastle County.

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Images of Westmoreland Wills, Estates, Marriages available to members of Virginia Pioneers Marriages. Marriages to Marriages to Images of Westmoreland County Wills and Estates, Book No. Hardback, Pages, 11" x " x 2" AVAILABILITY TBD COVER Front Cover TABLE OF CONTENTS.

He died inand this could have been William Vaughan's father. In the summer ofmembers of The Vaughan Pioneer Group compared Y-Chromosome DNA samples from a descendant of William Vaughan to a descendant of a John Vaughan, who we suspected was William's brother.

John was born in and married Nancy Callicott.

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Denny was born near Salem, Washington County, Indiana; by the time he was attending school his family had settled in Knox County, Illinois. His father, John Denny (–), fought in the western battles of the War of and later served in the Illinois state legislature, elected as a Whig.

(He eventually traveled west with the Denny Party, but stayed on in Oregon's Willamette River. The early pioneers came to Harrison county from Pennsylvania, Virginia, aud Maryland, but chiefly from Washington county, Pennsylvania.

The journeys from localities east of the mountains were sometimes long and full of danger. The paths across the mountains were rough and difficult. John Washington Mackey was an early pioneer of Perry County, Alabama is believed to have been the son of John G.

and Mary Mackey of Buncombe County, NC. He was born in Alabama or NC and diedin Jefferson County, Alabama.Filed under: Pioneers -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound Region -- Biography. A Pioneer's Search For an Ideal Home: A Book of Personal Memoirs, by Phoebe Goodell Judson (JavaScript-dependent page images at Legacy Washington) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

Filed under: Pioneers -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound Region.The census of recorded that John Ross was back in Seattle working for Henry Yesler as a millwright, meaning the mechanic who maintains and repairs the mill equipment.

It may have been that Ross had come back to survey the conditions in Seattle as to the economy and whether it was safe to return. In Salem, Oregon inJohn Ross, married the sawmill owner’s daughter, Mary .