2 edition of Hake and Robb families of Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Hake and Robb families of Pennsylvania
Amy Lemert Hake
in [Schenectady? N.Y
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 48.
|LC Classifications||CS71.H154 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||73156870|
Get this from a library! The family of General Arthur St. Clair: reprinted from Dr. Egle's notes and queries. [John Franklin Meginness] -- Major General Arthur St. Clair () was born at Thurso, Scotland and died in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. His mother was Margaret Balfour St. Clair. He married Phoebe Bayard, daughter of. The best result we found for your search is Ronald G Hake age 80+ in York, PA in the West York neighborhood. They have also lived in Glen Rock, PA. Ronald is related to Alicia K Hake and William Hake as well as 1 additional person. Select this result to view Ronald G Hake.
Book: Chronicles of Pennsylvania from the English Revolution to the Peace of AIX-LA-CHAPELLE , Vol. 2 by Charles P. Keith – Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, New York, Pages . Richard Hake in Pennsylvania. We found 3 records for Richard Hake in York, State College and 5 other cities in Pennsylvania. Select the best result to find their address, phone number, relatives, and .
Bob and Carol Robb with Bob Sweeney and Lynn Franklin Sullivan County Historians Washington, DC, July 6, Bob Robb is a historian of the Stevenson and Robb families. Bob Sweeney is the administrator of this web site. His wife, Lynn Franklin, is a photographer and creator of Selected Southern Jewish Databases. Photo by Bob Robb. The Hakes family by Hakes, Harry, ? Publication date Topics Genealogy Publisher Wilkes-Barré, PA: [Press of R. Baur] There is no Table of Contents page. Pages a through i were permanently added to the book as "extra pages." Addeddate Call number CS G46x G Camera Canon 5D External-identifier.
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Robb-Lanterman family record by Henrietta Robb (Book); Life and times of Robert Robb, Esq.: Muncy Township, Lycoming County, Pa. by John Franklin Meginness (Book) Hake and Robb families of Pennsylvania: direct line ancestors of Robb A.
Hake by Amy Lemert Hake (Book). The Grubb family of Pennsylvania and Delaware; Hake and Robb families of Pennsylvania; The Harmony Society: a chapter in German American culture history; The Harmony Society at Economy, Penn'a, founded by George Rapp, A.D.
with an appendix; Hayes records from New Garden Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, Pennsylvania. First settled by Dutch traders, Pennsylvania was chartered to William Penn in During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, many important and prominent families established themselves in the colony.
This database, originally published as three volumes inis a collection of genealogical records regarding these early families. The Robb family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Robb families were found in the USA in In there were 77 Robb families living in Pennsylvania.
This was about 26% of all the recorded Robb's in the USA. Pennsylvania had the highest population of Robb families in Early Immigrants to Pennsylvania s Directory of Online Transcriptions and Lists of Immigrants.
This webpage contains a directory of links to online transcriptions of passenger lists and other material for immigrants to Pennsylvania for the period prior to the lists in Pennsylvania German Pioneers (which covers ).
You will also. Allegheny County Pioneers. Moon Township. Robert Vance, who is thought to have been the first permanent settler in Moon township, settled in the vicinity of Mountour's warrant about the beginning of the Revolution and for the protection of himself and his neighbors, of whom several arrived within a few years, a stockade and blockhouse were built on his land.
Migration of the Robb family to Ireland. Some of the Robb family moved to Ireland, but this topic is not covered in this excerpt.
Another 70 words (5 lines of text) about their life in Ireland is included in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. These pointed back, as far as my Robb ancestry was concerned, to one John Robb of colonial Pennsylvania.
Although these were the pre-internet days, I lived near a National Archives, and I had little trouble tracing my line back to the USCensus, in which I found no fewer than six households headed by John Robbs. Daniel Hake Sr. 12 Jul Dover, York, Pennsylvania, United States - 21 Aug managed by Arleen Tackett last edited 1 Aug Elizabeth (Hake) Palmer abt Whitestaunton, Somerset, England - managed by Joe Farler last edited 30 Jul DESCENDANTS OF JOHN ROBB by Gary Stemen.
Editor's Note: In earlyGary Stemen and Larry Pardoe, two well known and competent family historians engaged in an e-mail dialogue relating to the Hill and Robb families of Lycoming and Sullivan County ed in the covnersation were Bob Robb and Bob Sweeney.
Here is a set of excerpts from their conversation that bear on the following. The ’60s will be on the minds of many on August 6, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of Ellen’s family went ballistic, Robb’s parole was rescinded, and in concert with then-State Rep.
Mike Vereb, Gary Gregory began working to pass a law that now gives family members that right. Former University of Pennsylvania professor Rafael Robb.
A group of Hake families from Germany settled in Lehigh Co., Pennsylvania, and some of them soon spread to nearby York Co. In the early ’s, many of the Hake’s from York Co. – including ours - began traveling by wagon train to farm the rural lands of Trumbull Co. in eastern Ohio. Abstracted and edited by Anne Keller.
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