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Charles Brooke Grubb (1844 - 1911)

Charles was the only son of Clement and Mary (Brooke) Grubb. He graduated from Princeton and joined the family iron firm, later becoming a partner with his father. A bachelor, he was a vestryman at St....

4/4/2021 4/4/2021

Brig. Gen. Edward Burd Grubb, Jr. MP (1841 - 1913)

"Brevet Brig. Gen."

Edward served in the US Army during the War Between the States in 1860. He entered the Army as a 2nd LT, served in the Army of the Potoma, rising through the ranks to that of Col, Commander of a Brigad...

12/5/2008 4/4/2021

Edward Burd Grubb MP (1810 - 1867)

'Edward Burd Grubb Sr. (1810–1867) was a prominent fourth-generation member of the Grubb Family Iron Dynasty in Lancaster, Pennsylvania who in 1833, with his brother Clement Brooke Grubb, assumed contr...

12/5/2008 4/4/2021

Valentine Fred Adelman (1893 - 1962)

"Val"

Obituary

12/28/2016 3/23/2021

Bernard Lauth (1820 - 1894)

"Ben"

Bernard Lauth (August 23, 1820 in Alsace, France[1] – June 25, 1894) he founded the American Iron Works in 1850, and formed a partnership with B.F. Jones in 1851.[2] In 1854, Lauth retired from the ste...

10/26/2015 1/19/2021

Enoch Ensley (1832 - 1891)

Enoch Ensley (1832-1891) was an important figure in the industrial growth of what is known as the "Birmingham District." Noted primarily for his active involvement in the coal and iron-making industry ...

12/11/2020 12/11/2020

Biography Born: 1760 in Adams County, Pennsylvania. Died: December 2, 1829; will probated in Frederick County. Buried in All Saint's church-yard, Frederick Town. Immigrated: in 1781 from Pennsy...

11/11/2008 12/5/2020

Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Dec 16 2018, 9:48:44 UTC --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hen...

9/13/2014 12/5/2020

Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Dec 16 2018, 9:48:44 UTC -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

3/17/2014 12/5/2020

John Turner, of Lynn & Taunton MP (c.1612 - aft.1690)

Not the same as John Turner, Sr., of Isle of Wight From Find A Grave Memorial# 52299904 Son of John Turner of Lynn,MA. He is mentioned as working at the Lynn ironworks in 1654, and is among those...

6/22/2007 12/2/2020

Howard Wood (1846 - 1911)

Iron Manufacturer. He was educated at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 1864. He was a son of Alan Wood and Ann Wood. He was the husband of Mary Biddle.

7/9/2016 11/18/2020

James D. Wood (1771 - 1851)

Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Sep 7 2019, 20:10:28 UTC "James was the humble village blacksmith and became the founder of the mammoth iron plant now located at Conshocken. He died Janu...

7/21/2019 11/18/2020

George William Quintard (1822 - 1913)

Famous iron manufacturer, known for ship machinery. Partner in the "Morgan Iron Works". In 1869, he founded "Quintard Iron Works". It built the machinery for the battleship "Maine", which was des...

1/20/2013 9/28/2020

John Keurlis Potts MP (1710 - 1768)

John Potts was a colonial ironmaster and founder of Pottstown, PA. He served as a Justice of the Peace, and a Judge of the Common Pleas Court. He lived from 1710 until 1768 and had 13 children. Being a...

7/28/2008 8/2/2020

Jesse Richards (1782 - 1854)

Son of William Richards who developed the iron works in the area. This supplied materials for the Revolutionary War and is the basis for the historic Batsto Village. Jesse ran the the works after his f...

8/2/2020 8/2/2020

Samuel Richards (1769 - 1842)

Friday, January 7, 1842 North American (Philadelphia, PA)On the 4th last, SAMUEL RICHARDS, aged 73. Funeral from his late residence, No. 347 Arch street, this morning at 9 o'clock, The funeral will pro...

8/2/2020 8/2/2020

John W. Wister (1829 - 1900)

Wister was an outdoorsman, fisherman, expert ice skater, and the greatest ironmaster in America. During the Civil War Wister was appointed by the state of Pennsylvania to represent the Federal Governme...

7/9/2011 6/17/2020

Jacob David Stroup (1771 - 1846)

"Jacob Straub", "Ironmaster"

From David Stroup (b. March 18, 1771, d. October 08, 1846) Jacob David Stroup (son of Adam Stroup and Catherine Alexander) was born March 18, 1771 in York County, Pennsylvania., and died Octobe...

8/17/2008 4/11/2020

Col. Jacob Ford, Sr. MP (1704 - 1777)

Jacob Ford, son of John Ford and Elizabeth FREEMAN, was b. Apr. 13,1704 in Morristown, NJ; married with HANNAH BALDWIN, dau. of Jonathan Baldwin and Susannah Kitchell (b. 1701). She d. July 31,1777. He...

8/18/2008 3/11/2020

Albert E. Pancoast (1852 - 1898)

Iron Merchant. Coal Company President. Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 9 2020, 23:44:12 UTC

3/9/2020 3/9/2020

Albert Jefferson Garber (1803 - 1885)

Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 5 2020, 23:30:36 UTC

3/5/2020 3/7/2020

David Stewart (1792 - 1869)

David Stewart was born on October 30, 1792 in Hanover, Pennsylania. He is the son of Samuel Stewart Jr. and his second wife, Agnes Calhoun. On May 28, 1922 he married Sarah Walker in Huntingdon, Pennsy...

4/12/2010 2/29/2020

Captain William Hooker Smith, M.D. MP (1725 - 1815)

"William Hooker Smith * DoctorSurgeon", "William Hooker Smith"

Rev. Dr. William Hooker Smith, a Presbyterian minister and a doctor, was son of Rev. John Smith & Mehitable Hooker. A Rev War surgeon, William enlisted in 3rd Co, 1st Rgmt of CT, May 1775 in Wyoming Va...

2/16/2009 2/24/2020

John Herman Bosler (1830 - 1897)

"Biographical Annals of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania," Chicago: The Genealogical Publishing Co., 1905, pages 210-217 JOHN HERMAN BOSLER was the oldest child of Abraham and Eliza (Herman) Bosler. H...

2/21/2020 2/21/2020

Dr George Stevenson (1759 - 1829)

A Surgeon of the Revolution, practiced with great repute. Served with distinction at the Battle of Brandywine; First Lieut. in 1st Penna. Reg. afterwards until close of war as a surgeon of Continental ...

2/21/2020 2/21/2020

Col. John R. Lyon (1782 - 1868)

BIOGRAPHY John LYON, 8 (Benjamin,” James, 1) b. in Tuscarora Valley, now Juniata county, Pa., August 11, 1782; d. in Allegheny City, January 25, 1868, and buried in the Allegheny cemetery. He was an ...

4/12/2010 2/20/2020

Joseph K Knight (1781 - 1851)

Joseph was a soldier in the American army during the war of 1812 against the British. His obituary noted that he was " a defender of Baltimore"In 1814 Joseph started an Iron and Steel business at 2nd a...

2/14/2020 2/14/2020

John Willcox, I (1728 - 1793)

John Willcox (or Wilcox), Chatham County iron manufacturer, was born in Concord, Chester County, Pa., the first son of Thomas and Elizabeth Cole Willcox. About 1759 he moved to Cross Creek where he o...

5/5/2007 2/11/2020

Absalom Warlick (1785 - 1873)

Absalom Warlick, skilled ironworker, was born near Warlick Settlement in West Lincoln County, the son of Daniel II and Maria Margaretta Mosteller Warlick. Daniel Warlick I and Marie Barbara Schindler...

2/4/2020 2/4/2020

Alex Mitchell (1839 - d.)

12/27/2019 12/27/2019

Alf Armstrong (1850 - d.)

12/27/2019 12/27/2019

Charles Medforth (1837 - d.)

12/25/2019 12/25/2019

Andrew Richford (1848 - d.)

12/25/2019 12/25/2019

William Mountford (1843 - d.)

12/25/2019 12/25/2019

J. M. Russell (1847 - d.)

12/25/2019 12/25/2019

George Washington Rains, army officer, educator, and author, was born in Craven County, the eighth child of Gabriel M. and Hester Ambrose Rains. He attended New Bern Academy and in 1838, after his pa...

11/3/2019 11/3/2019

Robert Morris, Sr. MP (bef.1711 - 1750)

Robert MORRIS (Sr.) Birth: 1711, Liverpool, Lancashire, England Christening: 23 April 1711, St. Peter's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England Death: 12 July 1750, Oxford, Talbot County, Maryland In...

7/7/2007 10/5/2019

Hon. Jacob Miller Campbell MP (1821 - 1888)

Jacob Miller Campbell (November 20, 1821 – September 27, 1888) was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. He also served as an officer in the Union Army during the ...

9/9/2019 9/9/2019

John Fulenwider (c.1756 - 1826)

John Fulenwider, iron manufacturer, was born in Switzerland and as a young boy came to America with his father and family, who settled in Rowan County. During the American Revolution, he was a Whig a...

5/10/2017 9/7/2019

Hon. John Wood (1816 - 1898)

John Wood (September 6, 1816 – May 28, 1898) was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. John Wood (uncle of Alan Wood, Jr.) was born in Philadelphia. He attended ...

9/7/2019 9/7/2019

Alan Wood, Sr. (1800 - 1881)

Iron Manufacturer. He was one of the pioneers in the iron business in the United States. He built the Conshohocken Rolling Mills and later the Delaware Iron Works, near Wilmington, Delaware. He retired...

7/9/2016 9/7/2019

John Alexander Ahl (August 16, 1813 – April 25, 1882) was a surgeon, real estate developer, paper mill and iron furnace operator, railroad executive and United States Congressman from Pennsylvania. He ...

6/19/2014 9/2/2019

Hon. John Schwartz (1793 - 1860)

John Schwartz (October 27, 1793 – June 20, 1860) was an Anti-Lecompton Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.[1] Schwartz was born in Northumberland County...

8/30/2019 8/30/2019

Capt. Joseph Turner (1701 - 1783)

Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Aug 30 2019, 4:13:37 UTC

8/29/2019 8/29/2019

Rep. James Irvin (1800 - 1862)

James Irvin was an American politician. Irvin was a prominent agriculturalist and ironmaster in Centre County, Pennsylvania. Irvin represented Pennsylvania's 14th congressional district in the 27th and...

3/16/2019 8/19/2019

Hon. George McCulloch (1792 - 1861)

US Congressman. An ironmaster, with extensive iron interests in Centre County, Pennsylvania, he was one of the proprietors of Hannah Furnace. Having served in the Pennsylvania State Senate, he was elec...

8/19/2019 8/19/2019

Robert Jenkins (1769 - 1848)

US Congressman. He was an ironmaster in Caernarvon Township, Pennsylvania and a member of the State House of Representatives in 1804 and 1805. In 1807, he was elected as a Federalist to the Tenth and E...

5/30/2017 7/29/2019

Evans Rogers, Ironmaster (1791 - 1870)

"William", "Evans"

www.ilovelibraries.org/articles/digitallibrary* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Jul 27 2019, 4:26:26 UTC

12/9/2012 7/26/2019

Alexander Innes MP (bef.1632 - 1679)

"Ennis"

These parents have been shown but not verified: John Innes and Elizabeth Innes Robert Innes and Jeane Innes They have been disconnected from Alexander. 1. Alexander Innes , born before 1632 in Scotla...

9/5/2008 6/1/2019

"There is nothing definitive known about the birth of Nicholas White, but there is no doubt that he belonged to the yeomanry of England. ..." Evidence needed to support parents seen as Walter White, ...

10/14/2007 1/20/2019

COL.CHARLES SCRANTON WAS THE SON OF THEOPHILUS AND ELIZABETH WARNER SCARNTON.BORN IN MADISON,CONN. AND RAISED IN OXFORD,NEW JERSEY WHERE HE DIED. DURING THE CIVIL WAR HE SERVED AS AIDE-DE-CAMP TO THE G...

1/9/2019 1/13/2019

George Whitfield Scranton was an industrialist and politician, a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania from March 4, 1859, until his death in 1861. Moving to Pennsylv...

6/8/2015 1/9/2019

Thomas Bond (c.1630 - 1683)

Imprisoned with other Quakers for nine weeks. Probabily for his failure to pay tithes Thomas was a wealthy ironmonger. He was also an early (Ca 1655) publisher of Quaker teachings. In 1675 he was imp...

11/19/2008 12/26/2018

John Berkeley, Jr. MP (c.1560 - 1622)

John Berkeley was a member of the governor's Council and overseer of an ironworks in Virginia. Berkeley, born in Gloucestershire, England, came to the attention of the Virginia Company of London in 162...

11/15/2008 10/1/2018

Gen. James Chambers MP (1743 - 1805)

DAR# A020463 [Believed to be son of Col. Benjamin Chambers] Col. James Chambers was a distinguished soldier of the Revoluntionary War enlisting June 25, 1775. He was with the first of George Washin...

2/24/2008 8/4/2018

Johan Payeken (1695 - 1746)

Johann Payeken was a smith who worked as a locksmith. The Focke Museum in Bremen has a kind of safe he built, with a complicated lock mechanism.

2/19/2017 7/28/2018

Paten: sein Onkel Johann Wilhelm Stegmann, sein Onkel Friderich Carstens Er betrieb eine Eisengießerei in Bremen-Vegesack

1/26/2014 7/28/2018

Hon. Horace Leander Haldeman MP (1847 - 1920)

Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Mar 13 2016, 21:26:56 UTC Note: Son of Cyrus Sum'field Haldeman . Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Jun 11 2018, 15:09:23 UTC

3/13/2016 6/11/2018

Isaac Updegraff (aft.1679 - 1745)

en.wikipedia.org - Op den Graeff ... en.wikipedia.org - Abraham Op den Graeff - Isaac's father 1649-1731 /wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com Isaac Updegraff (also spelled OpdenGraef) was born circa 1678 ...

2/25/2007 5/10/2018

General Robert Poage, II (1765 - 1833)

Information taken from Wikipedia: History of Ashland, Kentucky “Ashland Kentucky’s recorded history begins with the migration of the Scots-Irish Poage family from the Shenandoah Valley via the famed ...

12/2/2008 3/23/2018

Edmund Simmons Whitaker (1838 - 1898)

Edmund Simmons Whitaker (1838-1898) was a son of George Price Whitaker. He managed the Durham Iron Works in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and the Principio Furnace for many years.

3/7/2018 3/7/2018

George W. Whitaker (1826 - 1891)

George W. Whitaker (1826-1891), son of Joseph Whitaker II, served as president of the Saucon Iron Company in Hellertown, Pennsylvania, in which he and his brother Joseph R. Whitaker had shares.

3/7/2018 3/7/2018

Joseph Rusling Whitaker (1824 - 1895)

Joseph Rusling Whitaker (1824-1895), son of Joseph Whitaker II, helped his brother William erect ironworks at Havre de Grace, Maryland in 1845 and became for ten years the family's manager at the Durha...

3/7/2018 3/7/2018

Francis A. Whitaker (1799 - 1876)

Francis A. Whitaker (1799-1876), brother of Joseph Whitaker II, was also an ironmaster. He operated the Matilda Furnace, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania in 1848-9, and may have operated the Elk Iron Works...

3/7/2018 3/7/2018

James Whitaker (1782 - 1875)

James Whitaker (1782-1875) began producing nails in Philadelphia about 1805, and in 1816 he and his brother Joseph II leased a rolling mill at the Falls of the Schuylkill, beginning a long series of in...

3/7/2018 3/7/2018

George Price Whitaker (1803 - 1890)

George P. Whitaker owned the Whitaker Iron Company and related enterprises. George Price Whitaker (1803-1890), brother of Joseph Whitaker II, was his partner in most of his enterprises. He received h...

11/10/2008 3/7/2018

Alexander Glass (1858 - 1941)

Alexander Glass (1858-1941) was a son-in-law of Nelson E. Whitaker. After working for both the LaBelle Iron Works in Steubenville, Ohio (which his father Andrew Glass had helped found) and Whitaker fam...

3/7/2018 3/7/2018

Nelson E. Whitaker (1839 - 1909)

Nelson Evans Whitaker (November 9, 1839 in Principio, Maryland – December 28, 1909 in Wheeling, West Virginia) was an American businessman and politician, principally in the state of West Virginia. ...

11/10/2008 3/7/2018

) Joseph Whitaker (29 March 1789 – 30 November 1870) was a noted American industrialist, landowner, and legislator in the Phoenixville and Mont Clare area of Pennsylvania, during the 19th century. He...

10/25/2008 3/7/2018

Captain Augustine Washington MP (1694 - 1743)

"Gus", "Augustine Washington"

Augustine Washington (November 12, 1694 – April 12, 1743) was the father of the first U.S. President George Washington. He belonged to the Colony of Virginia's landed gentry and was a planter and slave...

4/3/2007 1/12/2018

Charles Waln Morgan (1796 - 1861)

Burial record: Charles Waln Morgan was born in Philadelphia on September 14, 1796, one of six children of Thomas and Anne (Waln) Morgan. At 21, Morgan began a trip west with his cousin, Richard W...

5/25/2011 12/30/2017

Quinton E. Pray, Sr. MP (1594 - 1667)

"Quenton"

From: Find a Grave # 74835018 conflicts with the Geni place of birth and birth date. He was quick of temper and used violence of tongue and arm. He was fined for swearing Feb 29, 1647/8 from the Esse...

8/20/2007 11/26/2017

Judge John Suffern (1741 - 1836)

DAR Ancestor #: A110755 Founder of Suffern "The Village of Suffern was founded in 1796. John Suffern, first Rockland County judge, 1798-1806, after whom the town is named, settled near the base of ...

11/11/2017 11/14/2017

"On January 1, 1787, Thomas Rutter, a Pottstown ironmaster, formally set free a slave family consisting of Tobias , age 46, his wife, Diana, aged 33, and their son Tobias, Jr., age 21. The same date Th...

7/28/2008 10/22/2017

Alfred Lehman, of West Lebanon, died at his home at 2:30 o'clock this morning from a complication of diseases, after an illness of more than a year. He was 69 years old and is survived by his wife and ...

10/4/2017 10/6/2017

William Jackson Worthington (November 9, 1833 – May 22, 1914) served as the 26th Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky under Governor William O. Bradley from 1895 to 1899. He was born in Pennsylvania and d...

9/18/2017 9/18/2017

Peter Grubb MP (1702 - 1754)

Peter Grubb (1702 - 1754) married Martha Bates in 1732 and had 2 children before she died in 1740. A mason by trade, Peter founded the historic Cornwall or Grubb’s iron works in Lebanon County, Pa. H...

1/20/2008 8/2/2017

Robert Coleman MP (1748 - 1825)

DAR Ancestor A024345 Robert Coleman (industrialist) Robert Coleman (November 4 [O.S. October 23] 1748 - August 14, 1825) was an Irish-American industrialist who rose from a holding clerkship at a pro...

8/6/2013 8/2/2017

Cornelius Hooglandt (1750 - 1806)

DAR#A055774 Red Flagged: "FUTURE APPLICANTS MUST PROVE CORRECT SERVICE".   Cornelius Hoagland, pioneer, Hunter’s Bottom, Kentucky The Hoagland family were among the early settlers of Hunter’s Bot...

11/10/2008 3/19/2017

Col. John Means (1770 - 1837)

Birth: (1) s/o William MEANS/Nancy SIMONTON. Union District, SC. 14 Mar 1770. Marriage to Anne WILLIAMSON: (1) 10 Apr 1778. SC. Death: (1) 15 Mar 1837. Burial: (1) Manchester Cemetery adjoining t...

12/6/2014 2/7/2017

John Vinton MP (1620 - 1664)

"John Vinton of Lynn"

John VINTON1 was born 1620 in Taunton, Hampshire, England1, and died August 03, 1664 in New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut Said in the Vinton Memorial (1858) by John Adams Vinton to be probably...

3/21/2007 1/19/2017

Alexander Hays (July 8, 1819 – May 5, 1864) was a Union Army general in the American Civil War, killed in the Battle of the Wilderness. Early life and career Hays was born in Franklin, Pennsylvan...

11/21/2016 11/21/2016

Stephen F. Lynch, a Representative from Massachusetts; born in Boston, Suffolk County, Mass., March 31, 1955; graduated from South Boston High School, Boston, Mass., 1973; B.S., Wentworth Institute, ...

9/28/2016 9/29/2016

William Moore, a Representative from New Jersey; born in Norristown, Montgomery County, Pa., December 25, 1810; attended private schools for a short time; became engaged in mercantile pursuits and la...

9/20/2016 9/20/2016

John Hazen (1786 - 1838)

Information from mother's Find A Grave profile: She then married EDWARD HAZEN whose first spouse had been Sarah Willard.He was a veteran of the Revolutionary War. The couple were wed in Swanzey, Ches...

8/8/2008 8/31/2016

Gilbert Chandler (1824 - 1901)

Biography taken from "Ancestors of Nancy Ann Norman" 24. Gilbert A. CHANDLER [scrapbook] was born 3 Mar 1824 in Garland, Penobscot Co., Maine. He died 16 Jan 1901 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minn...

11/20/2014 7/2/2016

Knox Taylor (1873 - 1922)

Birth: Oct. 19, 1873 New Jersey, USA Death: Apr. 4, 1922 Husband of Lucy Jane Miller Taylor. Who's Who in the World, 1912 Taylor, Knox: Manufacturer of iron and steel. Born at High Bridge, Hu...

2/13/2010 6/27/2016

James Saunders (1822 - 1892)

After schooling in Blairgowrie, James learned the trade of a tinsmith. Later he had his own ironmonger and tinsmith shop where he employed a few men. On 12 February 1843 James married Catherine "Kate" ...

6/4/2016 6/4/2016

George May (b. - bef.1680)

"MAY, GEORGE, Boston, m. 6 Oct. 1656, Eliz. d. of William Franklin, was an iron-monger, ar. co. 1661, freem. 1665." page 498 of New England Marriages Prior to 1700 By Clarence Almon Torrey

5/20/2016 5/20/2016

Sir Henry Bessemer (1813 - 1898)

Sir Henry Bessemer (19 January 1813 – 15 March 1898) was an English inventor, whose steel-making process would become the most important technique for making steel in the nineteenth century. He also ...

5/16/2016 5/16/2016

William C. Kelly (1811 - 1888)

) William Kelly (August 21, 1811 – February 11, 1888), born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was an American inventor. He is credited with being one of the inventors of modern steel production, through t...

8/15/2008 5/16/2016

Col. Charles Ridgely II, "Charles The Merchant" (1702–1772) of "Ridgely's Whim", a Justice, planter, merchant, ironmaster, and member of the Lower House. Charles II was the son of Charles Ridgely I, ...

7/2/2007 5/12/2016

Capt. Charles Ridgely MP (1733 - 1790)

Captain Charles Ridgely (1733-1790) supplied iron implements, arms, and ammunition from his Northampton Iron Works as well as privateers to the Patriot cause during the Revolutionary War. His merchant ...

8/27/2009 5/12/2016

Horace P Haldeman (1820 - 1883)

Reference: Ancestry Genealogy Reference: Ancestry Genealogy _________ Soldier, rancher, and early insect collector in Texas, the son of Henry and Frances (Stedman) Haldeman, was born on August ...

3/13/2016 3/13/2016

Samuel Stehman Haldeman MP (1812 - 1880)

Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Mar 13 2016, 19:36:11 UTC Inscription of Samuel S. Haldeman Marker: The internationally known scientist and philologist was born one-quarter mile south, ...

3/13/2016 3/13/2016

Obituary Lawton: George Washington Carter, Jr., 90, passed away Friday, April 20, 2012 in the Lawton, Ft. Sill Veteran's Center. Services will be held at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, April 24, 2012, at the Ca...

3/6/2016 3/6/2016

Sir Richard Baker, Kt., MP MP (c.1528 - 1594)

'Family and Education b. by 1530, 1st s. of John Baker I by 2nd w., and bro. of John II. educ. I. Temple, adm. 29 Jan. 1553. m. (1) 12 June 1552, Catherine, da. and h. of John Tyrrell of Heron, Essex, ...

11/24/2008 2/6/2016

Sir Ambrose Crowley, MP MP (1658 - 1713)

Family and Education b. 1 Feb. 1658, 1st s. of Ambrose Crowley, ironmonger, of Stourbridge, Worcs. by his 1st w. Mary, da. of Thomas Hall of Chadwich, Bromsgrove, Worcs. m. 1 Mar. 1681[%E2%80%932], Mar...

12/16/2008 1/3/2016

Stephen Vail MP (1780 - 1864)

Stephen Vail (1780–1864) was a founding partner of the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia and the creator of the Speedwell Ironworks in Morristown, New Jersey. He was born in 1780. He married...

12/12/2015 12/13/2015

Jabez Hackett MP (c.1624 - 1686)

"Jabish"

1. JABEZ2 HACKETT (JOHN?1) was born Abt. 1623 in England, and died 04 October 1686 in Taunton, Massachusetts. He married FRANCES Abt. 1653. She was born Abt. 1631 in England, and died Abt. 1701 in Taun...

9/24/2008 11/18/2015