Heirs of Lieut. Jacob Cramer.
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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English


  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

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Other titlesPrivate land claims, Lieutenant Jacob Cramer, heirs of
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15954221M

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Major Jacob Downing, and Major Hal Sayre. 10 – Again, Cramer does not name the Lt. Colonel. The two officer of this rank at Sand Creek were George L. Shoup, and Leavitt L. Bowen. During the ensuing military investigation, Cramer was never asked to identify the officers.   Excerpts from the bounty land warrant file of Henrietta Phipps et al., minor heirs of Jacob Phipps, appear below. Testimony indicates that the family lived in Delaware County, Ohio, but that late in life Jacob moved to Winamac, Indiana, which is located in Pulaski County. Jacob Phipps is listed in the census in that. The heirs of Alexander also executed a series of quitclaims for his land in Florida NY, Lot 10 in Cosby's Patent, in , each granting a 1/11 share, but I only have seven of the deeds. I am compiling all the NY Cramers, including 4 who married into this family: John Cramer Jr. of Florida NY, m. From the book 'Lunenburgh, or the Old Eastern District' By J. F. Pringle, Judge County Court. Published in OLD EASTERN DISTRICT Names of Owners of Lots Given in McNiff's Map; Dated 1st. , 8,E1/2 9, Lieut. J. Farrand W1/2 9, 10, Alegails Wade's heirs, Jacob Garl Peter Frayarl Widow Van Alstine, Saml. Van Alstine

The list of names is from state pay rolls sent in by Klock and is undoubtedly correct as to those in the regiment subsequent to when the state government first began to function. Prior to that and especially at the battle of Oriskany when the entire man power of the valley was under arms there were no returns made for the.   John Phillip Jacob was born aboard ship "Recovery" at sea from Rhineland Germandy. John PHillip Jacob was a hoemaker, like his father. He went by his second given name while in Ky, as evidenced in Rebecca's pension application which included a notarized statement from a man who knew both of them in Va., Joseph en: Jacob Helphinstine, Elizabeth Littleton, Peter Helphenstine, Susannah Swimm, Rebecca Helphenstine. Lieut. Jacob Pentz Sergt. Samuel Pollack Sergt. Elijah Weaver Sergt. William Pringle Smith, Jacob [Pg. 62 in book] Pages ROLL OF CAPT. GEORGE STIDGER'S COMPANY Cramer, George Hires, Walter Johnson, Barnabus Long, John Pursell, Samuel Ross, Alexander Suddick, James.   Notice, first, that the reason all things are yours is that you belong to Christ and Christ belongs to God. Christ is the heir of God and in him you are fellow-heirs. That's the way Paul puts it in Romans , "Heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ." Then notice that in Christ all things are yours. That is what it means to be an heir of.

TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in. Full text of "A genealogical record of the descendants of Jacob Beidler: of Lower Milford Township, Bucks Co., Pa.: together with historical and biographical sketches illustrated with portraits and other illustrations" See other formats. as may appear by deed and two thirds of a right bought of the heirs of Wm. Swoddel Decd sd lots bounded as followeth Recd 28 Dec William Stark Senr of Groton, Yeoman for 20L by Gideon Cobb of Stonington, blacksmith tract of land at place. James FRY (), husband of Catherine (Martin) FRY (), both buried at Armagh, was the son of Jacob FRY () and Susanna JUNKINS (abt. - aft ). FRY - First and final account of James B. Fry, adminstrator of James Fry, late of East Wheatfield township, deceased. - Cunningham and Fisher. Cunningham & Fisher, Attorneys.