1 edition of Surviving early records of York County, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Surviving early records of York County, Pennsylvania
Errata slip inserted.
|Statement||compiled & published by the South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society.|
|Series||Special publication / The South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society, Inc. ;, no. 12 (Jul./Oct. 1980, Special publication (South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society) ;, no. 12.|
|Contributions||Pennsylvania. Court of Quarter Sessions (York County), South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F157.Y6 S973 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||83147744|
About A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania Bordered by the Susquehanna River in southeastern Pennsylvania, York County was formed in from neighboring Lancaster County. This database is a collection of biographical sketches of prominent men from the county in the nineteenth century. Having said that, I found this book contained mostly members of the town, or the professional. The smithy, the bankers, the grocer, etc. since all my relatives were farmers none of them made it into this book. A better source for them would be Early German Settlers of York County Pennsylvania by Keith Dull, Revised Edition/5(3).
York County Estate Records (Source: USGenWeb Pennsylvania Archives) York County Wills (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Ethnic. The Beginnings of the German Element in York County, Pennsylvania (Source: Internet Archive) History () Immigration and Naturalization Records. Early Church Records of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Volume Marriages, births, and deaths, and removal certificates of Uwchland Monthly Meeting (), East Vincent Reformed Congregation (baptisms only: ), Goshen Monthly Meeting (), and New Garden Monthly Meeting ().Brand: Heritage Books, Inc. MD.
York County was created in from Lancaster County. It borders the Susquehanna River and the state of Maryland. This database contains records of wills probated in the county from the time of its creation in until Researchers may find such information concerning the living heirs of the deceased, occupation, and other facts. New York State and Census Marriage, Mortality; and Soldier Mortality records: Images available online at New York State Census, and New York State Census, Click on the link to go to the page, then click on the ‘Browse through images’ link and select your county, then select an ancestor's town and browse to the end of the population schedule until .
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Surviving early records of York County, Pennsylvania: more precisely being collector's warrants for county tax of (for ), Hellam Township (duplicate), county tax of (for ), Cumberland (duplicate) and Newberry (fragment) Townships (both appealed), provincial tax of (for ), Germany, Hamiltonban, and Newberry Townships (duplicates, all appealed).
Get this from a library. Surviving early records of York County, Pennsylvania: more precisely being genealogical excerpts from Will book A,with surname index. [Mary Barr Bryant Wilt; South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society.]. Surviving early records of York County, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania book precisely being an alphabetical listing of all names found in York County Court of Quarter Sessions docket books for and true copies of 5 known "Quarter Sessions" documents for not recorded (abstracted) in the docket books, plus a surname index to same Published: ().
Surviving early records of York County, Pennsylvania: more precisely being an alphabetical listing of the "taxables" given on collector's warrants of York County, Pennsylvania, December, (for the county tax of ): (keyed to show the townships in.
York County's records begin in August of when York County was formed from Lancaster County. The Archives also has records for present day Adams County from until Adams County was formed out of York County in Visiting The Archives.
The Archives always welcomes the public to use the County's records. Pleasant Acres Road. Surviving early records of York County, Pennsylvania: more precisely being constable's returns for Newberry Township, (county tax), Paradise Township,York Township, Pennsylvania book, with appendix and surname index.
Catalog Record Only Date: Records Available. (click for description of series) Years Available. Years Microfilmed/Scanned. Office of Origin. Birth Records () Birth Records () Records Available. (click for description of series). Surviving early records of York County, Pennsylvania more precisely being.
Family History Library The Chanceford townships; Chanceford and Lower Chanceford townships; York County, Pennsylvania Family History Library The Historical Sketch, and Account of the Centennial Celebration At York, Pa., July 4, Ancestry.
Virginia Counties throughand their Records 1 Compiled by John Barrett Robb; published 6Apr Following is a list of all the Virginia counties created byincluding extinct or renamed counties, together with a summary of their principal surviving public records.
The parents of each county are also Size: KB. Welcome to York County Pennsylvania History and Genealogy. York County was created on Aug from part of Lancaster County and named either for the Duke of York, an early patron of the Penn family, or for the city and shire of York in England.
Its county seat is the city of York. York County is located in the Susquehanna Valley, a large fertile agricultural region in. Marriage licenses were not required in colonial Pennsylvania, but information from surviving marriage bonds ('90) was published in Pennsylvania Archives, series 2, volume 2, and reprinted with some other records as Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., ).
These records provide the names of the. York County and the World War: being a war history of York and York County, and a record of the services rendered to their cou () Pennsylvania Military Records () offers access to military records, stories, photos, and personal documents belonging to the Pennsylvania both males and females who served.
Divided into general, special, township and borough histories with a biographical department. Text is cut off by the page edge on pages Foldout map following page is damaged and areas may not be legible. There are no reviews yet. Be. (Source: "Surviving Early Records of York County, Pennsylvania Genealogical Excerpts from Will Book A - ," by Mary Wilt, Special Publication Num October,by The South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society, Inc, a.
here are for official Pennsylvania colonial records in York County, beginning through the end of full land acquisition process (for some tracts as late as ) There are now s Colonial surnames listed for York County.
When properly summarized they detail who the settlers were, when they arrived. Records for itinerant (circuit riders) ministers may be recorded in their personal records or the records of the church where they are assigned. County histories may help to identify pastors who served in particular counties and what churches they were assigned too.
Christ Church. Burial Account Book, ; Pew Rent Account Book, Chanceford Township, York County, Pennsylvania Church Records (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania The Records of Rev.
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Early German Settlers of York County, Pennsylvania. Revised Edition Revised Edition. by Keith A. Dull (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
/5(2). Genealogy is the quest to find one’s ancestry. Before planning a trip to a research facility, it is best to begin the journey with yourself. Using a pedigree chart or family group sheet, record all vital information about you and your immediate family, (i.e.
births, marriages, and deaths), as well as where the event took place. History of York County Pennsylvania by Prowell, George R. Publication date Topics York County (Pa.) -- History Publisher J. Beers Collection yorkcollegeofpennsylvania; americana Digitizing sponsor Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation Contributor York College of Pennsylvania, Schmidt Library Language.
Pennsylvania State Research Guide Pennsylvania Census Records Pennsylvania was part of the first federal census in Although Pennsylvania did not take any state censuses, they did take what has become known as the "Septennial Censuses," beginning in These were lists of eligible taxpayers and do not include all residents of the Size: KB.History of Washington County: From Its First Settlement to the Present Time: First Under Virginia as Yohogania, Ohio, Or Augusta County Until and Subsequently Under Pennsylvania; with Sketches of All the Townships, Boroughs, and Villages, Etc.: and to which is Added a Full Account of the Celebrated Mason and Dixon's Line, the Whiskey Insurrection, Indian Warfare.
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