1 edition of History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania
|Statement||edited by John F. Meginness.|
|Contributions||Meginness, John Franklin, 1827-1899.|
|LC Classifications||F157.L9 H63 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1268, 97 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||1268|
|LC Control Number||80114221|
Comments & Item Features Reprint Edition. Category: History. ISBN: No ISBN. This is a reproduction made possible through the sponsorship of the Lycoming County Historical Society, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, of the edition originally published in by D. J. Stewart of Rating: % positive. Lycoming College - Lycoming College Campus - Past and Present Lycoming College - Lycoming County Women's History Lycoming College - Moving Images of Lycoming College.
The page History of York County, Pennsylvania from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Divided Into General, Special, Township and Borough Histories, with a Biographical Department Appended can be found in the Pennsylvania section of our American County Histories particular book is exceptionally valuable to genealogists and family history . Maps. Maps of Pennsylvania () Ancestor Tracks has posted free downloadable images from the Atlas of Lycoming County Pennsylvania from Actual Surveys by and under the Direction of Beach Nichols, published by A. Poweroy & atlas located in the Library of Congress shows major landowners and geographic sites at the date of publishing.
Lycoming County, Pa. (John F. Meginness, , 51 pages) This brief publication was written as a memorial to the Robb Family, early settlers of Lycoming County, PA The th Anniversary of the First Methodist. Montoursville, PA Christian D. Frey Williamsport, PA Aaron S. Biichle County Courthouse RECORDER OF DEEDS. Mission is to record, protect, preserve and reproduce legal documents that pertain to Real Estate in Lycoming County.
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Beginning with the region's "Aboriginal Occupation" (dating back into the early 17th century), the text chronicles the settlement and development of the county through the book's first publication Reviews: 1. History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania Paperback – Pennsylvania book by John Franklin Meginness (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings.
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Family History and Genealogy Resources by Surname Lycoming County, Pennsylvania Biography. Extracted from the book History of Lycoming County edited by Meginness, John F. J.H. Battle; Warner & Co.; Genealogies and Biographies. The following biographies contain multi-generational genealogies and collateral families.
HISTORY OF LYCOMING COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA. Chapters being added not necessarily in order, if what you are looking for doesn't appear here now, check back. By Colonel Thomas W. Lloyd Secretary of the Lycoming Historical Society. If your ancestor was actually a first landowner in the county, purchasing his or her property from the colony or state of Pennsylvania, further information about these tracts may be gleaned from the Warrant Register and Patent Register on file at the Pennsylvania Archives in Harrisburg and available on CD from Ancestor Tracks.
If your ancestor settled before Lycoming Co. was created incheck in the Northumberland County registers. Lycoming Joy & Memories members. This is a Facebook group for those interested in the lighter side of history and images from Lycoming County. History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania - Ebook written by John Franklin Meginness.
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Taylor (Author),/5(2). Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lloyd, Thomas W., History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, portraits, map ; 26 cm: Contents: Chapter I. Aboriginal occupation --Chapter ance of the painted savage --Chapter g of the land office --Chapter Wallis, the land king --Chapter claim of Connectticut --Chapter rs on Muncy Manor --Chapter wk and scalping knife --Chapter VIII.
Publisher: Heritage Books; ISBN: ; Category: Lycoming County (Pa.) Page: ; View: ; DOWNLOAD NOW» Beginning with the region's "Aboriginal Occupation" (dating back into the early 17th century), the text chronicles the settlement and development of the county through the book's first publication in lycoming county genealogy project, lycoming county, pennsylvania.
chapter xli. loyalsock, hepburn, and eldred loyalsock. - significance of the name - geology and topography - a township dispute - early officials and assessments - early history – mckinney iron works - saw mills - educational - churches. Welcome to Lycoming County Pennsylvania History and Genealogy.
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This County currently does not have a. The first recorded inhabitants of Lycoming County were the Iroquoian speaking Susquehannocks. Their name meant 'people of the muddy river' in Lenape. Decimated by diseases and warfare, they had died out, moved away, or been assimilated into other tribes by the early 18th century.
Lycoming County (Pa.) -- History. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Lycoming County (Pa.) Pennsylvania -- History; History; Filed under: Lycoming County (Pa.) -- History Otzinachson. (Philadelphia: H. Ashmead, ), by John Franklin Meginness (page images at HathiTrust)Official report of the proceedings of the centennial anniversary of Lycoming County, Pa.
: History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, BRAND NEW Hardcover - index, pp - Beginning with the region's "Aboriginal Occupation" (dating back into the early seventeenth century), the text chronicles the settlement and development of the county through the book's first publication in The last ten chapters-more than pages-contain biographical.
Donated Surname Books We Have. Lycoming Lineage index by name and subject. Copies of these Newsletter by email - free to members - Non-members $ each. Other resources in our library: Lycoming County Will Books Sept 30 - indexed Lycoming County Orphans Court Feb - indexed.Lycoming County, Pennsylvania was created on Apfrom Northumberland County.
The county was named for the Lycoming Creek, itself named for the Lenape word iacomic meaning "great steam".Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
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