Pastor John Corbly And His Neighbors In Greene Township

Author: Don Corbly
ISBN: 0557952646
Size: 11.23 MB
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This is a companion book to Pastor John Corbly, his biography. It is about his neighbors in Greene Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. The first recorded surveyed plat of Greene Township was made in 1796. This book includes all information available from official records about each person who bought the first tracts of land in that township during his, and later, his surviving wife, Nancy Ann Lynn Corbly's lifetime. Only factual, recorded information from Pennsylvania and Greene County archives, historical society data, family Bibles, and personal family histories has been used. A detailed index is provided for the genealogically-minded reader.This book is purchased at the lowest cost through

Lineage Book

Author: Daughters of the American Revolution
Size: 21.41 MB
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Includes inclusive "Errata for the Linage book."

American Militia In The Frontier Wars 1790 1796

Author: Murtie June Clark
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
ISBN: 0806312777
Size: 38.22 MB
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This book is a transcription of the muster rolls and pay rolls of the state militia troops who were paid to protect the frontier or who fought alongside federal troops in the various frontier campaigns. From the records of the Adjutant General's Office located in the National Archives, Murtie June Clark compiled data from the surviving federal records of the militia organizations of the following states and territories: Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio Territory, Pennsylvania, Southwest Territory (modern Tennessee), and Virginia. Named in these records, with dates of enlistment, rank, and other items of information, are militia troops participating in St. Clair's defeat in the Northwest Territory, Anthony Wayne's expeditions, the Whiskey Rebellion, the Battle of Fallen Timbers, and a host of other campaigns in areas north of the Ohio River, in Tennessee, along the Oconee in Georgia, and elsewhere.