2 edition of John Pukacs family of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
John Pukacs family of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Graham, Daniel A.
|Other titles||John Pukacs (Pukas) family of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.|
|Statement||Daniel A. Graham.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.P97335 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various foliations) :|
|LC Control Number||92138337|
There is one from the Freeburg Family tree. They have a John Arnold listed who was born 8/27/ in Allegheny Co., PA. They also include who they claim to be parents and brothers and sisters: The parents listed in this family tree are: Samuel Arnold, b. Ireland, d. 10/10/ in Robinson Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. The Crooks family located on Pucketos Creek in , and came from Antietam Creek. William Ross was born in Ireland and, on his arrival in this country, first located in Franklin and then Adams County, and removed to the glades in ; John Ross followed in , who died in J , aged fifty four.
Home > United States > Pennsylvania > Allegheny County > Allegheny Cemetery > Surnames Joi-Jon Search Pennsylvania Death Records Pennsylvania Newspapers, Full Search (), titles. John Dickson was a large property owner in Allegheny county. In politics he was a Republican and in church relations was identified with the Swissvale Presbyterian church. He died June 4, The children born to John Dickson and wife were as follows: 1. Margaret Carson, born Febru 2. Eliza Jane, born J 3.
Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: personal and genealogical, with portraits. [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Home > United States > Pennsylvania > Allegheny County > Allegheny Cemetery > Surnames I Search Pennsylvania Death Records Pennsylvania .
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Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Family Biographies Index. The names listed below are the primary subject of the biography. Most biographies will include numerous other names which can be located with the search website feature.
Click on any John Pukacs family of Allegheny County below to view the biography. This family biography is one of 2, biographies included in the History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania published in by A. Warner & Co.
View additional Allegheny County, Pennsylvania family biographies here: Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Biographies Use the links at the top right of this page to search or browse thousands of other family biographies. ROBERT BRUCE WALLACE, of Pittsburg, one of the foremost opticians of Allegheny County, was born Apin Philadelphia, a son of Henry Scotch origin, he descends from a family that fled from Scotland to the north of Ireland to escape religious persecution.
There John Wallace, the paternal grandfather of Robert B., was born, bred, and lived to a good old. Allegheny in Allegheny County Genealogy (in Allegheny County, PA) USA (1,) > Pennsylvania (60,) > Allegheny County (3,) > Allegheny in Allegheny County (7).
Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. John Miller Srodes was born on Grant's Hill in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania on J A story from his childhood says that he got angry at his brothers one day and ran away.
He was captured by Indians, and his brothers could not find him. He pretended to like the Indians in order to s/wars: Mexican–American War.
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JAMES HARVEY HARRISON,an attorney-at-law of Pittsburg, was born March 6,in Harrison township, Allegheny County, son of John is a grandson of Thomas Harrison, who emigrated to this State from Newcastle-on-the-Tyne, England, during the earlier part of the present century, and is said to have been the first man who mined anthracite coal in.
John H. Shoenberger House, Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA - Pennsylvania -- Allegheny County -- Pittsburgh Notes Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress) Repository.
"Compiled from USGS scale topographic maps dated " "Planimetry revised from aerial photographs taken and other source data." UTM grid.
"" Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. The first settlers of present-day Hampton Township in northern Allegheny County arrived in the mid to late 18th century around the time of the Revolutionary town was called Tally Cavey. Hunters and fur trappers moved north of the Allegheny River in search of better game in the forests and more animals to capture and trade fur.
InJohn McCaslin obtained a County: Allegheny. Johannes Detrich (John Deeter), (Information contributed by John Oester.) John Deeter and Catharine Springer, his wife, settled in Deeter's Gap in in what was then Brothersvalley and Quemahoning townships, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. This is now Allegheny Township, Somerset County.
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Filename: Description: Date: Submitter: : Will Book Index, Books Sep Marta. Individuals Listed Alphabetically A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q. CD: History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Regular price $ History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Including its Early Settlement and Progress to the Present Time.
Allegheny County Allegheny County was created on Septemfrom parts of Westmoreland County and Washington County. The county was named after the Allegheny River. The county seat is Pittsburgh, which was incorporated as a borough on Apand as a city on Ma (shelved 1 time as pennsylvania-history) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
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