1 edition of Mechling family of Armstrong County, Pa. found in the catalog.
Mechling family of Armstrong County, Pa.
|LC Classifications||CS71.M1598 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48,  leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||00301352|
Burwell, Benjamin Franklin, lawyer and jurist of Oklahoma City, Okla., was born Ap , in Armstrong County, Pa. He was educated in the public and private schools, and at the state normal school at Glenville, He studied law in West Virginia and Kansas, and practiced in Kansas at Gypsum City, where he was city clerk. Floyd F. "Muss" Mechling Jr., 80, of Ford City, died Saturday, Sept. 8, , at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital. He was born Jan. 2, , in Kitta.
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PA-Roots Obituaries for Armstrong County. Armstrong County Obituaries at Armstrong County, Pennsylvania USGenWeb Archives; Obituary Excerpts and Abstracts. Shirley, Carmella Corcetti, Obituary Abstracts from Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, Newspapers (Butler, Pennsylvania, Mechling Bookbindery, c,c) FHL book V48s v.
1,2. We are Mechling family of Armstrong County Pennsylvania's largest publisher of genealogy and family history books in softcover and hardcover. BURIALS IN THE KITTANNING CEMETERY, KITTANNING, PENNSYLVANIA: by Allen R. & Marla K.
Mechling. Not just another cemetery book, this compilation contains a vast amount of genealogical information on the early founders and residents of the 5/5(1). Children Youth & Family Services of Armstrong County, Kittanning, PA. 54 likes. Children Youth and Family Services1/5. Pennsylvania: Armstrong: History of the Old Kittanning Cemetery, North Jefferson Street, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, Allen R.
Mechling L. Get this from a library. The Bowser family of Armstrong County, Pa. [Mechling Associates.;] -- John and Mary Bowser had nine children, all born in Pennsylvania.
John died in September in Hopewell Borough. He was a Revolutionary War veteran. John Jacob Mechling was born 27 Feb and married Catherine and died 8 Nov Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, PA.
Philip Mechling was born about married Katherine Wetzel, and died Nov in York County, PA. Thomas Mechling was born 4 Augmarried Katherine Walsh and died 8 June in Lehigh County, PA. The History of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania Transcribed by Nancy Piper for Genealogy Trails.
Taken From the Biographical and historical Encyclopedia of Indiana and Armstrong Counties, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. J.M. Gresham & Co., managed by S.T. Wiley. Geographical and Historical Sketch of Armstrong County. Page In the hopes of helping researchers of century Armstrong County, we are posting the Map of Armstrong Co., Pennsylvania which was published in and is referred to in histories of the county as "Pomeroy's Map." The map is located in the Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C.
The Knappenberger family migrated to Westmoreland County about and settled in the Denmark Manor area on acres of land. The patriarch of the family was Conrad Knappenberger who was born in Macungie Twp., Northampton (later Lehigh County, PA) in and died in Franklin Twp., Westmoreland County, PA in Armstrong County Family Research Folders.
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Family History Books. If you have a family history book that you would like to see listed here, please email me. Kurt Spence Genealogical History of the Spence Family of Western PA, is a history of James Spence, born in Ireland ca.
and his many descendants, mostly from the counties of Westmoreland, Indiana, Armstrong, Clarion. Armstrong County was created on Mafrom parts of Westmoreland County, Allegheny County, and Lycoming County. The county was named for General John Armstrong. It was not fully detached from Westmoreland County until The county seat is Kittanning, named after a Delaware Indian village there, and incorporated on April 2, He is a son of Harry J.
and Mary (Mechling) Arnold, and was born on Jefferson street, at Kittanning, Armstrong county, Pennsylvania, Novem Prominent among the early business men and influential citizens of Kittanning borough and Armstrong county was Major Andrew Arnold, the grandfather of the subject of this sketch.
Get this from a library. The King family of Armstrong County, Pa. -- Mathias King was born in in Germany. He and his wife, Eva Christina Hartzel, came to America in and settled in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. Armstrong County is a county located in the U.S.
state of of the census, the population The county seat is Kittanning. The county was organized on Mafrom parts of Allegheny, Westmoreland and Lycoming Counties. It was named in honor of John Armstrong, who represented Pennsylvania in the Continental Congress and served as a major Congressional district: 15th.
Filed under: Armstrong County (Pa.) -- Biography. History of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania / by Robert Walter Smith. (Chicago: Waterman, Watkins, ), by Robert Walter Smith (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Filed under: Armstrong County (Pa.) Biographical and historical cyclopedia of. Get print book. No eBook available. AbeBooks; Amazon; The Bowser Family of Armstrong County, Pa. Mechling Associates, - Armstrong County (Pa.) - 66 pages. 0 Reviews.
John and Mary Bowser had nine children, all born in Pennsylvania. John died in September in Hopewell Borough. He was a Revolutionary War veteran. The most trusted concrete contractors in Lower Burrell, PA are on Porch.
They have excellent community reviews, high BBB ratings & are backed by our $ quality guarantee. "Authorized and published by the executive committee of the Bowser reunion which meets annually at Kittanning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, Pages:. History of Butler County Pennsylvania - Chapter 46 -- Clay Township however, untilwhen all the settlers in Sugar Creek Township, Armstrong County, where the father, mother and Elisha, Jr., * remained until their deaths.
John, the eldest son of Elisha, Sr., was a millwright, or at least engaged in mill operations for years, and. Armstrong County (Pa.) -- History, Armstrong County (Pa.) -- Biography Publisher Chicago, J.
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