4 edition of State of the accounts of Col. George Smith, a sub-lieutenant of the county of Philadelphia. found in the catalog.
State of the accounts of Col. George Smith, a sub-lieutenant of the county of Philadelphia.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 18122|
|Contributions||Smith, George, Col, Pennsylvania. Comptroller-General"s Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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State of the accounts of Col. George Smith, a sub-lieutenant of the county of Philadelphia. In which is exhibited, for the information of the public, the amount of the fines received and accounted for by him, between Marchand April ; together with lists of the fines composing the same, and the names of the persons from whom received, respectively arranged in companies and classes.
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State of the accounts of Col. George Smith, a sub-lieutenant of the county of Philadelphia.: In which is exhibited, for the information of the public, the amount of the fines received and accounted for by him, between Marchand April ; together with lists of the fines composing the same, and the names of the persons from whom received, respectively arranged in companies and classes.
HSP State of the Accounts of Col. George Smith, a Sub-Lieutenant of the County of Philadelphia. In which is exhibited, the amount of the Fines received and accounted for by him, between March,and April.
State of the accounts of Peter Richards, Esq; sub-lieut. of the county of Philadelphia [electronic resource]: in which is exhibited, for the information and satisfaction of the public, the amount of the monies received by fines, and accounted for in the fall and spring ; together with a list, shewing the sum paid by each person of.
State of the accounts of the lieutenants & sub lieutenants of Westmoreland County. From Marchto April For fines incurred by sundry persons for non-performance of their tour of duty, when thereunto called, agreeable to the several militia laws; for monies received on account of those fines; for payments ordered by Council placed in their hands for the defence of the frontiers; and.
State of the accounts of the lieutenant and sub-lieutenants of Chester County, from Marchto April [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, The Sarah A. Smith collection consists of the business correspondence, accounts and records, and family papers of several prominent 18th century Philadelphia merchants.
The bulk of the collection dates from to Jonathan Smith, son of Col. George Smith, came to Lycoming from Montgomery county aboutHe had married Annie Simpson, who was a sister of John Simpson, of Ohio, who was the grandfather of Gen.
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BARR, a minor - Frances M. BARR - Ohio - Anna M. BARR, w/o Gilbert DAVIS - Ohio - Martha Jane BARR, w/o Dr. John A. WROE - Washington, DC Real estate consisted of a house.
These compiled and original records are part of the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Rec- ords, Record Group The American forces during the Revolutionary War included many types of military organizations created by the Continental Congresses, the States, towns, and counties.
ASHBRIDGE, GEORGE, a member of the Society of Friends, had settled within the bounds of Chester Monthly Meeting as early asthen, probably, quite a young man.
In he married Mary Maylen of Providence. Their children were Joseph, John, George, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Mary, Aaron, Hannah and Phebe. Lt. George Smith was elected Lt.
Col. of the First Battalion of the Philadelphia County Militia in ; on Ma appointed Sub Lieutenant for Philadelphia County; on Decem appointed agent for confiscation of estates; in he was elected and served as Representative to the General Assembly from Philadelphia County.
Jonathan Smith, son of Col. George Smith, came to Lycoming from Montgomery county aboutHe had married Annie Simpson, who was a sister of John Simpson, of Ohio, who was the grandfather of Gen.
Ulysses Simpson Grant, the most famous of American soldiers of modem times, and twice President of the United States.
George Smith (Pennsylvania) George Smith was an early 19th-century member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania's 5th congressional district. He was elected as a Democratic-Republican to the Eleventh and Twelfth Congresses.
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California City, California. His executors were Jacob Benner and Jacob The Second Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry. Benner, Jr. George Benner, of the Troop, recorded in as a carter at No.
North Second Street, in the Northern Liberties, was the son of George Benner (died May 2,far advanced in years), of Moreland township, Philadelphia County, and Mary.
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b Aug 10 Hopewell, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey Colony d June 22 Moreland, Lycoming Co., Pennsylvania In Lt. George Smith was elected Lt. Col. of the First Battalion of the Philadelphia County Militia.
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Everts and Co., ), by Henry Graham Ashmead (HTML at ) History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: Printed by Henry B. Ashmead, ), by George Smith (PDF at ; MB). JOHN D.
SMITH was born in Lycoming county, Pennsylvania, and was a son of Thomas J. Smith, and a grandson of Thomas Smith, a colonel in the Revolutionary war, who at its close settled in Lycoming county, where he was one of the pioneer surveyors.
Here his son Thomas J. was born, Augand here he resided up to his death. George S. Denithorne Collection PUBLICATIONS,undated. (1 folder) box 4 Check Card for Army Instruction, Fort Benning, Georgia, undated.
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Georgia s Roster of the Revolution Containing a List of the State. Note: This alphabetical index to the Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States is based on a paper version with the same title compiled in The index does not reflect updates to the Guide.
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1 According to a Philadelphia city directory, the new home of the Department was located at Market Street 2 on the north side of the street between Seventh and Eighth Streets (now Market.
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Philadelphia, Pa.: Innes &. Philadelphia City Guard: Col. William A. Gray. Citizens of Philadelphia desirous of repelling the invaders of our state, are requested to give their names immediately at Nos.
Sansom Street, South Front Street, and Chestnut Street. Records in Rockingham County, VA. Be it remembered that on the xxvii Day of April MDCCLXXviii a Commission of the peace and a Commission of Oyer & Terminer under the Hand of his Excellency Patrick Henry Esq.
Governor in Chief, dated the xxiv Day of March MDCCLXXviii directed to Silas Hart, Daniel Smith, Abraham Smith, John Gratten, Josiah Davison, John Skidmore, George Boswell.
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Daniel Smith, Jonathan Smith, Patrick Smith.George was born on Ma and passed away on Monday, February 4, George was a resident of Philadelphia, :