The Pershing Family in America: A Collection of Historical and Genealogical Data, Family Portraits, Traditions, Legends and Military Records
George S. Ferguson Company, 1924 - 422 pages
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Address America arrival ARTHUR August became born BOSSART BROWN built cabin CAMERON Captain carried CHARLES chil child Christian Church Clair Company Conrad Coventry Daniel daughter David death descendants died dren early EDWARD Elizabeth EMMA engaged farm father Florence FRANK Frederick Frederick Pershing frontier Genealogy GEORGE GRAFF HARRY HELEN Henry HILL immigrated Indians INFANT interest Isaac Jacob JAMES John Joseph June known KUHNS land later lived located March MARGARET married MARTHA MARY Methodist miles moved MYERS NESBITT October Ohio original ORNER PAUL Pennsylvania Pershing Peter purchased PUTT records resided RIDINGER RINGER road ROBERT RUTH Samuel SARAH schools served settled settlers SHIREY Smith STEWART THOMAS took Township unknown Virginia WALTER WEAVER Westmoreland County wife WILLIAM York ZIMMERMAN
Page 63 - We will, with alacrity, endeavor to make ourselves masters of the manual exercise, and such evolutions as may be necessary to enable us to act in a body with concert; and to that end we will meet at such times and places as shall be appointed either for the companies or the regiment, by the officers commanding each when chosen.
Page 62 - Bay to be in rebellion, and the ministry, by endeavoring to enforce those acts, have attempted to reduce the said inhabitants to a more wretched state of slavery than ever before existed in any state or country. Not content with violating their constitutional and chartered privileges, they would strip them of the rights of humanity, exposing lives to the wanton and unpunishable sport of a licentious soldiery, and depriving them of the very means of subsistence. "Resolved...
Page 37 - ... for the scalp of every Indian woman, produced as evidence of their being killed, the sum of fifty pieces of eight...
Page 63 - Association to deviate from that loyalty which we hold it our bounden duty to observe; but, animated with the love of liberty, it is no less our duty to maintain and defend our just rights (which, with sorrow, we have seen of late wantonly violated in many instances by a wicked Ministry and a corrupted Parliament) and transmit them entire to our posterity, for which purpose we do agree and associate together: 1st.
Page 63 - ... America was happy. As a proof of this disposition, we will quietly submit to the laws by which we have been accustomed to be governed before that period, and will, in our several or associate capacities, be ready when called on to assist the civil magistrate in carrying the same into execution.
Page 63 - That should our Country be invaded by a foreign enemy, or should Troops be sent from Great Britain to enforce the late arbitrary Acts of its Parliament, we will cheerfully submit to military discipline, and to the utmost of our power resist and oppose them, or either of them, and will coincide with any plan that may be formed for the defence of America in general, or Pennsylvania in particular.
Page 62 - American, of every man who has any public virtue or love for his country, or any bowels for posterity, by every means which God has put in his power, to resist and oppose the execution of it ; that for us we will be ready to oppose it with our lives and our fortunes.
Page 37 - For the scalp of every male Indian enemy above the age of twelve years, produced as evidence of their being killed, the sum of one hundred and thirty pieces of eight...
Page 37 - ... there, the sum of one hundred and fifty Spanish dollars or pieces of eight : " For the scalp of every male Indian enemy above the age 1 Above, p. 263. of twelve years, produced as evidence of their being killed...