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The first hundred years of the "Blume" family of Fayette and McLennan County, Texas, to date AUTHOR: Blume, Irwin Henry. PLACE: Bellaire, TX PUBLISHER: Blume, YEAR: DESCRIPTION: 67 leaves; 30 c.m.
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Research genealogy for William E. Blume of Mountain Cove, Fayette County West Virginia, as well as other members of the Blume family, on Ancestry®.Place Of Birth: Mountain Cove, Fayette County West Virginia. Declaration – Fayette County, Texas - native of Moravia; age /2; from Bremen 09 Aug ; arrived New York 19 Augsworn 18 Oct Oath of Witnesses & Final Oath – native of Austria; in US at least 5 years; filed Declaration 18 Oct in Fayette County, sworn 11 Sep ; witnesses Joe Zelenka & Mat Zohrdak.
Swenson, Ephraim. Fayette County County Facts Date of Formation: Named: In honor of the Marquis de Lafayette. "Elias Lively Raised Large Family at Lively," Fayette Tribune, "Gristmills Provided Fayette County's First Important Industry," Fayette Tribune, A history of Uniontown: the county seat of Fayette County, Pennsylvania: Hart's history and directory of the three towns, Brownsville, Bridgeport, West Brownsville: Centennial history of the borough of Connellsville, Pennsylvania, View all Fayette.
Families of Fayette County, Index to Issues Surname First Name Vol Issue Pg Title of Article Abbott Dorothy Richelieu 4 3 56 Florida Deaths Abraham Enoch 3 4 65 Thomas Bowell An Early Settler of Georges Twp. Abraham Lizzie 4 3 53 Fayette County Marriages Asbury Methodist E.
Church. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Margaret Purnell Blume (27 Jan –9 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Groveland Evangelical Mennonite Cemetery, Groveland, Tazewell County, Illinois, USA ; Maintained by Alvin Oglesby (contributor ). The first post office was established at Fayette Court House (the county seat) 14 Feb The name of the office was changed to Fayette 26 May A courthouse fire in resulted in the loss of numerous early records.
The Bluff area, which has been documented as one of the oldest communities in the county, was first settled by Anglos in the s and was named after the foot bluff on. Genealogical and Personal History of Fayette and Greene Counties, Pennsylvania, Volume 3 John Woolf Jordan, James Hadden Lewis Historical Publishing Company, - Biography - pages4/5(1).
Why Marquis de Lafayette Is Still America’s Best Friend A conversation with Sarah Vowell about her new book, the American Revolution and what we can learn from the Founding Fathers.
Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Mary Blume on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. in Fayette County, West Virginia, USA. They had 8 children: Gladas Blume, Mary Blume Mary Blume, - Mary Blume was born on May 16 Fayette County Courthouse PO Box N Temple Ave Fayette, AL Phone: Fax: Fayette County Website Probate Judge has birth recordsdeath recordsmarriage records fromland records fromand military discharge records from Fayette County, Alabama Record Dates [edit | edit source].
Fayette County was created on 1 May as a Virginia county when Kentucky County (Virginia) was abolished to form Fayette, Jefferson and Lincoln counties. See County Formations Database (Kentucky Land Office); County seat: Lexington Early Years: During the early yearsKentucky was growing to be much more than a backwoods farming state.
To emigrants. The first census of Fayette County, taken incounted 3, inhabitants. With the removal of the Indian nations from central Alabama making it safe to settle in new lands and the massive migrations from Europe to the United States, this would more than triple over the next thirty years.
Fayette County, Alabama, Index to Marriage Records, compiled by Herbert M. & Jeanie P. Newell (c) Fayette County, Alabama, Index to Probate Court Minutes, Records and Wills, The other incident was the execution of Roy Mitchell, who was hanged on Jat Waco, McLennan County.
He may have been Texas' first. “born xxxx” indicates the child is under 18 years of age and the birth date is known but withheld. the first known as the “Old Three Hundred,” referring to grantees who purchased parcels of land during in what is now Brazoria County, Texas.
Texas, Fayette County, Corporation La Grange, Page No. 18, family of Wm. A hundred fifty years ago, the government of Fayette County had ceased to exist.
The courthouse was burned to the ground. Fayetteville was virtually deserted and the families that did. InStephen Franklin Sparks moved his family to McLennan County, Texas. There, in Januaryhis wife, Emily, died when their son, Newell Crane Sparks, was born. A year later, he was married to Jane M.
Jurney on Apin McLennan County. She was born about in Tennessee. No children were born to this marriage. - Zachariah and Nancy Lewallen moved here from Madison County, Arkansas. Zachariah and Nancy had lived in Scott County, Tennessee, prior to that.
- Harrison Lewallen (son of Zachariah) married Margaret Keeney. Their oldest son, Michael is buried on the Keeney/Kenny Family farm in Temple. They are on the Falls County census. A Brief History of Fayette County Fayette County was the 33rd county in Alabama, created by an act of the General Assembly (known today as the State Legislature) on Decem The territory included in the county boundaries was taken from parts of Marion and Tuscaloosa Counties.
Upcoming Blume Family Reunions. Notifying everyone in advance to bring old photos and documents can bring big rewards, making a special place at the reunion (maybe even a special Blume booth) where people can come at their leisure to sit, look and chat; in addition to information and clues that might be written on the back of a photo, every photograph has a story and serves as an excellent.
OBITUARY: Last of G.A.R. Vets in Morton Buried with Military Honors Henry Blume, Pioneer Resident of This Community, Dies from Pneumonia Attack--Large Cortege of Friends and Relatives at Burial Ceremony With all ceremony due an honorable member of the.
Train Caldwell was born in a block house on the edge of Ohio October 1,while the 'family waited for the opening of the lauds in Fayette County, Indiana, and he died March 2,at Connors- ville, Indiana. In Fayette County he spent all his life and within the very atmosphere of his birthplace. Gazlay Family History: Gazlay, Gazley, McGregor, Krupowski, Chapel, Tefft, Radzvilowicz, Constant, Roby, Mailler, Bush, Latimer, Patterson, Hauch, Voelker.
indexed pages of family and local history. Title: An Early History of Fayette County Author Name: Leonie Rummel Weyland Categories: Texas County History, Texas History, Texana, Edition: Reprint-no year Publisher: Burnet, Texas, Eakin Press: Binding: Green Hardcover Book Condition: New Size: 6x9 lbs: lbs Seller ID: chtxf Keywords: Fayette-Texana-Genealogy.
History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania: with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania: with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men by Ellis, Franklin, Publication date Be the first one to write a review.
20, Views. John Madison Sherer, lawyer, was born June 7,at Dry Creek, Fayette County; son of Jonathan D. and Mary (Eason) Sherer, the former a native of near York, York District, S.
C, who removed to Alabama, settling first in Walker, later at Dry Creek, Fayette County, and was of the nine men who were first from that county to offer their services.