Soldiers of the American revolution, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, including Lehigh County

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Statementalphabetically arranged by Richard T. Williams and Mildred C. Williams.
ContributionsWilliams, Mildred C.
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LC ClassificationsF157.N7 W55 1979
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Pagination424 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL1777086M
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Williams; 1 edition; Subjects: Genealogy, History. Northampton County Revolutionary War Militia 1st Battalion, Commanding Officers: Col.

George Hubner; 4th Battalion, Commanding Officers: Lt. Col. Philip Beehm (Boehm). As it did across the country, the Revolutionary era in the Lehigh Valley brought out the best and the worst in people.

The most recent overview of the Lehigh Valley during that time is Francis S. Fox's book, "Sweet Land of Liberty: The Ordeal of the American Revolution in Northampton County, Pennsylvania.". Pennsylvania’s revolutionary soldiers had many opportunities to show the general such passion.

Between andPennsylvanians fought in key battles and experienced all the hardships of war. They crossed the Delaware with Washington and took part in the battles of Trenton and Princeton in late and early Original data: Fendrick, Virginia Shannon. American Revolutionary soldiers of Franklin County, Pennnsylvania [sic].Chambersburg, Pa.: Historical Works Committee of.

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Soldiers of the American revolution, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, including Lehigh County by Richard T. Williams,Will-Britt Books edition, in EnglishPages:   Gentzel or Gensell, Adam; corporal in Captain Joseph Hiester's company, flying camp, from Berks county, August, Grirlen, James, Jun'r; private in Captain George Jenkins' company, second regiment, Pennsylvania line.

Hummell, Frederick; appointed in charge of the manufacture of guns at Hammelstown, to rank as captain, Septem Northampton County Pennsylvania Soldiers in the Civil War Northampton County PA Civil War Rosters For additional regiments and more detailed information about the following regiments including wounded, killed in action, promotions, regimental history and battles fought, see Bates' History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers 1st Regiment.

The item Soldiers of the American Revolution, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, including Montgomery County, transcribed from the Pennsylvania Archives with record of services [and] alphabetically arranged by Richard T.

and Mildred C. Williams represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.

Soldiers of the American Revolution, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, including Lehigh County Early assessment records of Northumberland (Union, and Snyder) counties, Pennsylvania The people of Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, ; pioneer settlers and defenders of the frontier during the revolution.

2d Pennsylvania Regiment. The Regiment was authorized on Octo in the Continental Army as the 1st Pennsylvania Battalion.

and assigned to the Main Continental Army.; Organized between October Novem at Philadelphia to consist of 8 companies from Philadelphia, Philadelphia City, Northampton, Berks and Bucks Counties. Humphrey, John T. Pennsylvania Births, Northampton County, Baltimore, Md.: Gateway Press, FHL Book K2h.

Northampton County, Pennsylvania Church Records, at Ancestry $. [1] Andrew A. Zellers-Frederick, Philadelphia’s Population at the Onset of the Revolution: A Comparison with Other British l Flyer-Independence National Historical Park, Internal Publication.

[2] “Some of the Expenses in the Founding of Easton, Penna.,” The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 38 (): [3] “Board of War, J ,” Journal of. A list of war veterans of all wars buried in Bethel and Tulpehocken Townships, Berks Co., Pennsylvania: as of May with additions up to Family History Library.

Burials of veterans, World War I to Viet NamTulpehocken Township and partial list of Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Family History Library.

Civil War soldiers Family History Library. It is often said that the American Revolution was a conservative revolution, but in many parts of the British colonies the Revolution was anything but conservative. This book follows the Revolution in Pennsylvaniaa backcountry through the experiences of eighteen men and women who lived in Northampton County during these years of by: 6.

Volume Reel American Revolutionary War Service Records; Soldiers--United States--Registers Pennsylvania, Andrew's Battalion, York Militia, Atley's Regiment (Musket Battalion), Barr's Detachment (Westmoreland Militia), Baxter's Battalion (Northampton County), Burd's Battalion Clottz' Battalion Flying Camp (Lancaster County), Ferreis.

The Military Hospitals at Bethlehem and Lititz During the Revolution.

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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography Levering, Joseph Mortimer. A History of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania with Some Account Of. The database is a name index to the muster rolls of the Pennsylvania militia in Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution: Battalions and Line, (), two volumes, and Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution: Associated Battalions and Militia,two volumes, a series which reprints muster rolls and other documentation found in the Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vols.

ILLUSTRATED, EDITED BY DAVIS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING: PETER FRITTS, Special thanks to Susan Walters who transcribed this work.

If you have technical problems, please notify me. Joe. -- Table of Contents -- Links to graphics. Northampton County Map. Map - Enlarged for easier reading. Contents, Introductory & Chapters I - II. A series of books entitled "Young American Patriots", published shortly after the war, documented the service of soldiers from different states including Pennsylvania.

The series of books included photos and a short biography of some of the soldiers from the state. Pennsylvania, World War II photo collection and casualty cards,   Sixty Revolutionary War Vets Remembered in Kreidersville Sixty Revolutionary War heroes are buried at Zion Stone United Church of Christ in Kreidersville.

They were honored during a Memorial Day Ceremony : Bernie O'hare. Lehigh County Pennsylvania Soldiers in the Civil War Lehigh County PA Civil War Books. Lehigh County, Pennsylvania in the Civil War: An account. Lehigh County PA Civil War Rosters For additional regiments and more detailed information about the following regiments including wounded, killed in action, promotions, regimental history and battles.

Allentown (Pennsylvania Dutch: Allenschteddel) is a city located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United is Pennsylvania's third most populous city and the rd largest city in the United of the census, the city had a total population ofand it is currently the fastest growing major city in Pennsylvania with an estimatedresidents according to the County: Lehigh.

Easton is a city in and the county seat of Northampton County, Pennsylvania, United States. The city's population as of the census.

Easton is located at the confluence of the Delaware River and the Lehigh River, roughly 55 miles (89 km) north of Philadelphia and 70 miles ( km) west of New York City.

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Easton is the easternmost city in the Lehigh Valley, a region of square County: Northampton. History of Northampton County [Pennsylvania] and the grand valley of the Lehigh under supervision and revision of William J. Heller, assisted by an advisory board of editors. by Heller, William J.

(William Jacob),ed; American Historical SocietyPages:. Pennsylvania was the site of key events and places related to the American state, and especially the city of Philadelphia, played a critical role in the American Revolution.

Founding Father Robert Morris said, "You will consider Philadelphia, from its centrical situation, the extent of its commerce, the number of its artificers, manufactures and other circumstances, to be to the. As we continue to get closer to a complete collection of The Pennsylvania Archives, we find more interesting facts.

Here is an alphabetical list of Revolutionary Soldiers “compiled chiefly from The Depreciation Account books in the office of the Auditor General of Pennsylvania”. The introduction continues: “It contains nearly ten thousand names, and, as will be seen hereafter, but a.It is often said that the American Revolution was a conservative revolution, but in many parts of the British colonies the Revolution was anything but conservative.

This book follows the Revolution in Pennsylvania’s backcountry through the experiences of eighteen men and women who lived in Northampton County during these years of turmoil. Fox’s account will startle many readers for whom.