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Genealogy of Henry Van Hyning, Revolutionary patriot and Ohio pioneer

Margery Ellen Van Hyning Nance

Genealogy of Henry Van Hyning, Revolutionary patriot and Ohio pioneer

with special emphasis on the family of Sylvester and Melissa (Hollister) Van Hyning

by Margery Ellen Van Hyning Nance

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Published by M.E.V.H. Nance in Sun City, AZ (15021 Bolivar Dr., Sun City 85351) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Van Hyning family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by Margery Ellen Van Hyning Nance.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.V258 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 leaves ;
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3212030M
    LC Control Number83119246

    Cornelius HINSEY. My third great-granduncle son of John Henry HINSEY below. His name is on the Soldier, Sailors and Pioneers Monument shown on right in Butler County, Ohio serving at Fort Hamilton with General Anthony Wayne in Butler County. The monument includes his son William Hinsey a Pioneer, Albert W. HINSEY and James M. HINSEY in the Civil War. Gallery 19 has lots of photos. General Jacob Bailey, a revolutionary officer, aged [North American Review - May - sub. by K. Torp] LT. Richard Bailey - a died in Berlin, Vt., 14 June. At the time of the battle of Bunker Hill, he lived in the town of Haverhill, Mass. Receiving the news of the battle, while in the field with his plough, he immediately turned out his team, took his gun and cartouch box which had.

    The Expedition of General George Rogers Clark By Jeannette Holland Austin George Rogers Clark was born on Novem in Charlottesville, Virginia, near the home of Thomas Jefferson. During , after the outbreak of the French and Indian War, the family moved away from the frontier and settled in Caroline County, Virginia where Clark became a surveyer of lands in Kentucky along the.   Rev. John Paris Hudson -- His Descent and Family History. Typescript. FHL Book HhL [Huey] "Some Notes on the Huey Family," The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Winter ) FHL Book B2sc v.

    Captains Herbert, Dickenson, Lockridge and Slaughter were left at Point Pleasant to guard and fortify that point. 15 While Herbert was left behind, James Newell led part of Herbert's company across the Ohio, to include 1 office, 2 sergeants and 26 privates for a total of 29, or approximately 10% of those crossing the Ohio (totaling men). Henry Hyde – heired in from his father, Edward Hyde. Philip Ludwell – heired by marriage to the widow of Sir. Wm. Berkeley. Christopher Monck – heired in from his father, George Monck. Henry Somerset, Duke Beaufort – acquired in from Lord Granville. Henry Somerset II – heired in from his father, Duke of Beaufort.


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