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Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware

Chidsey, Andrew D. Jr.

Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware

by Chidsey, Andrew D. Jr.

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Published by [Printed by the John S. Correll co.] in Easton, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Penn, William, -- 1644-1718.,
  • Pennsylvania -- Land

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A.D. Chidsey, jr. ...
    SeriesNorthampton county historical and genealogical society. Publications, vol. 2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination91 p. 2 port. (incl. front.) double maps, tables (1 double)
    Number of Pages91
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15047731M

    Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Some of the First Settlers of the Forks of the Delaware and Their Descendants; Being a Translation from the German of the Record Books of the First Penna: From to (Classic Reprint) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our :// The "Forks of the Delaware" was the name long given to that triangular tract of country included between the Delaware and its west branch, the Lehigh, on the east, south, and west, and the Blue mountain on the north, including, therefore, all of present Northampton, excepting Saucon and Williams townships, and Hanover township in Lehigh

      William Penn Proprietary and Governour of the Province of Pennsilvania and Territories thereunto belonging To all to whom these presents shall come Sendeth Greeting Whereas King Charles the Second by his Letters Patents under the Great Seale of England beareing Date the fourth day of March in the Yeare one thousand Six hundred and Eighty was Graciously pleased to Give and Grant In addition to being Delaware, others say she was Seneca, Mingo Seneca and Mohawk. Hilliard () says that it is likely that she was a Seneca, but her family may have been part of a small faction of that tribe that broke away and moved to the Conestoga Valley (the area of current Lancaster, PA).

      At the time of Penn's arrival in , the Susquehannock were subservient to the Iroquois Confederacy, just as their enemies and neighbors, the Delaware, were. The Susquehannock were decimated by war and disease, but the Lenape remained vital. Shawnee's Reservation a detailed site on Shawnee History. Shawnee History by Lee Filed under: Delaware River (N.Y.-Del. and N.J.) A tour of four great rivers; the Hudson, Mohawk, Susquehanna and Delaware in ; being the journal of Richard Smith of Burlington, New Jersey; (New York, C. Scribner's sons, ), by Richard Smith (page images at HathiTrust) At the forks of the Delaware, (Haverford, Pa.,?type=lcsubc&key=Rivers -- United.


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The Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware by Chidsey, Andrew D. Jr.,[Printed by the John S. Correll co.] edition, in English The Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware, (Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society.

Publications) [Chidsey, Andrew Dwight] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware, (Northampton County Historical and The Penn patents in the forks of the DelawareJohn and Thomas Penn visit the site of EastonDescendants of William PennThe Penn titleMapsMap index.

Series Title: Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society.; Publications: Responsibility: by A.D. :// The Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Original data: Chidsey, Andrew Dwight. The Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware.

Easton, Pa.: Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society,   The Penn Patents in the Forks of the Delaware - Patents or deeds in Northampton County and a portion of Lehigh County, PA (book) By Andrew Dwight Chidsey, published in Free Library of Philadelphia Hexamer ://?g=&p= Similar Items.

Family data in some Pennsylvania land patents, Author: Brackbill, Martin H. ; The Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware Author: Chidsey, Andrew Dwight, Published: () ; Master index, Virginia surveys and grants, Author: Brookes-Smith, ://   Penn was born in London, England in the year InPenn married his second wife, Hannah Callowhill, who prior to her procured was land commonly referred to as the “Forks of the Delaware,” which contained the parcel of land at the center of The Tetamy Patents At the time of the Walking Purchase, Chief Tetamy was a.

The WILLIAM PENN'S SONS: DEEDS AND DOCUMENTS OF THE Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware book PURCHASE events can be documented in part by deeds and patents of land that offer means of testing the validity of the Walk arguments.2 Delaware's mainstream was called the Forks of Delaware.

South of the West Branch, flowing roughly parallel to it, was Tohickon   Patents issued after are indexed also, but not on the microfilm that was used to create these document images.

Information provided about each patent includes name of patentee, date of patent, volume and page where recorded, acreage of the tract, name of warrantee, date of warrant, and county where the tract was located at the time of The Centennial Book Commemorating the th Anniversary of Bangor's Incorporation.

Bangor, Pennsylvania: n.p., Chidsey, A[ndrew] D[wight] Jr. A Frontier Village Pre-Revolutionary Easton. Easton, Pennsylvania: The Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society, _____. The Penn Patents in the Forks of the Delaware. Easton The book lists names, often country of origin, occupation, occasionally age, and service, including country, and often rank.

I3 "Narratives of Early PA, West NJ, and Delaware ," Myers, ML "Pennsylvania German Pioneers." Strassburger, Picton Press, German immigrants to ~bwo/ The Delaware Nation, U.S. Dist. Lexis ; Fed. Civ. Proc. 12(b)(6).

The District Court, having found that the Delaware Nation admitted that Thomas Penn had the sovereign authority to take Tatamy's Place, ruled that Thomas Penn's method of acquisition, i.e. fraud, was legally  › FindLaw › Caselaw › United States › US 3rd Cir. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.

Add to List. Saved in: Select result number 2. Family data in some Pennsylvania land patents, Author: Brackbill, Martin H. The Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware, Author: Chidsey, Andrew Dwight, ?lookfor="+Land+grants+Pennsylvania."&filter. Patents by Royal Governors of New York, (1 volume, Binding 26) LO PLR 2 {series #} Arranged chronologically by date of entry.

The transcript of Book A of patents from the jurisdiction of the Upland Court on the Delaware River received from Secretary Richard Peters by John Hughes on J   War Pension in Greene County.

In this pension application, Zopher Senior stated he was born on the Forks of Delaware in Pennsylvania. This area is in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. InZopher Senior stated his age as 70 years old; thus, dating his birth in (T)ON ZOPHER 1 drawing: ink with watercolor ; sheet x cm.

| Print shows a view of the Delaware River from an elevated vantage point with pine trees in the foreground, the Delaware River, and in the distance, pasture land and farm :// By the mids, the high-handed and fraudulent tactics employed by Logan and the Penn family in acquiring land had soured Indian relations within the colony.

The infamous Walking Purchase forced the Indians living at the Forks of the Delaware to move west?storyId=&chapter=2. The Penn patents in the forks of the Delaware: Seventy years history of Saint Peter's Lutheran and Reformed Congregations of Rittersville, Lehigh Co., Penna.

History of St. John's Reformed Church, Fogelsville, Pennsylvania, A history of Weisenberg Church: parents' cave in the bank of the Delaware River near Sassafras Street. OnWilliam Penn granted this lot as a gift to John Key, "then an Infant being the first born in the said Citty of Philadelphia." The lot on page which bears Samuel Carpenter's name was patented to Carpenter by Penn on J On this   A map of the Walking Purchase.

The path taken starts near Wright's Town (bottom right corner) and extends to the westernmost point on the map. The horizontal line drawn straight to the Delaware River is the northern boundary expected by the Lenape, while the dotted line drawn heading Northeast is the one the surveyors actually drew, at a right angle to the path of the.

West Jersey on the Delaware River was initially a Quaker venture, and was associated with William Penn and others involved in the colonization of Pennsylvania.

The successors to Carteret’s and Berkeley’s interests in New Jersey essentially evolved into the corporate East and West Jersey Proprietors, ://  William married Dorothy Eves, daughter of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the family in Burlington County on Ninth month 11th, and settled on the Delaware near Delanco.

There is a record of a survey of acres for “Willliam “Huline” in March,on the Delaware   1 Everton, George B., Sr., Handy Book for Genealogists, Sixth Ed., (Everton Publishers, Logan Utah, ) Page 1 Draft notes on a COX line Printed August 7, Dan W. Olds, Pinelake Court, Spartanburg, SC The COX Line The purpose of this note is to outline my present knowledge and conclusions on a Cox ~dano/genealogy/