The Bromwell Genealogy: Including Descendants of William Bromwell and Beulah Hall with Data Relating to Others of the Bromwell Name in America. Also Genealogical Records of Branches of the Allied Families of Holmes, (of Plymouth County, Massachusetts,) Payne, (of Kentucky and Indiana,) Rice and Leffler, (of Rice's Fort, Pennsylvania). With Some Descendants of Major Conrad Leffler, of Pennsylvania, and of the Rev. Peter Fullenwider, Rev. Jasper Simler, and Jonathan Boone, of Kentucky

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H.E. Bromwell, 1910 - 243 pages
 

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Page 5 - Musgrave (she according to the custom of Marriage assuming the name of her husband), as a further confirmation thereof did then and there to these Presents set their hands, and we, whose names are hereunder also subscribed, being present at the Solemnization of the said Marriage and Subscription, have as witness thereto set our hands the day and year above written.
Page 9 - She According to the Custom of Marriage Assuming the Name of her Husband, as a further Confirmation thereof: Did then and there to these Presents Set their Hands, and we whose Names are here under also subscribed, being present, at the Solemnization of the said Marriage and Subscription, have as Witnesses thereunto set our Hands the Day and Year above Written 1754.
Page 5 - Promising through Divine Assistance, to be unto her, a Loving and Faithful Husband until Death should separate them.
Page 5 - Mifflin to be his wife promising with divine assistance to be unto her a loving and faithful Husband until death should separate them...
Page 180 - ... exasperated to madness by their failure at Wheeling fort. Their names shall be inscribed in the list of the heroes of our early times. They were Jacob Miller, George Lefler, Peter Fullenweider, Daniel Rice, George Felebaum and Jacob Lefler jr.
Page 179 - It was large and full of grain and hay. The flame was frightful, and at first it seemed to endanger the burning of the fort, but the barn stood on lower ground than the fort.. The night was calm, with the exception of a slight breeze up the creek. This carried the flame and burning splinters in a different direction, so that the burning of the barn, which at first was regarded as a dangerous, if not fatal occurrence, proved in the issue the means of throwing a strong light to a great distance in...
Page 181 - ... creek, the fort being some distance from it on the opposite bank. He saw no Indians until his mare sprang down the bank of the creek, at which instant about fourteen of them jumped up from among the weeds and bushes and discharged their guns at him.
Page 8 - ... said meeting. Now these are to certify whom it may concern that for the full accomplishment of their said intentions, this...
Page 8 - AB, to be her husband ; promising, with Divine assistance, to be unto him a loving and faithful wife until death should separate them.
Page 5 - Having declared their Intentions of marriage with each other before several monthly meetings of the People called Quakers at Philad'*.

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