1 edition of guide to research in the records of York and Adams counties found in the catalog.
guide to research in the records of York and Adams counties
1956 in [York, Pa.] .
Written in English
|Series||Pennsylvania county and regional histories. Reels 122-124, no. 281|
|Contributions||Historical Society of York County (Pa.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||2075|
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This volume is a companion to the York County Land Records Series and is cross-referenced with Dr. Hively’s York and Adams County published land research.
The York County Warrant Register contains over 5, separate name indexed listings. Guide to research in York & Adams counties, Pennsylvania. [Robert William Barnes] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert William Barnes.
Find more. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society has produced a genealogy guides for each county in New York State. These expert-authored guides contain everything a researcher need to know about each county in New York State.
Where to find records, the best print and online resources, and essential information on boundary changes and historical place names. Guide to Research in York & Adams Counties Pennsylvania Barnes, R Original: My Latest: Pub: Family Line History of Churches York County, PA in Chronological Order Zarfoss, F W F.
Zarfoss History of York County Pennsylvania: From the Earlest Period to the Present time. [Includes abstracts of Record Book No. 2 (), Record Book No. 1 (), and Record Book No. 3 ().] Chancery Court. Library of Virginia's Virginia Memory: Chancery Records Index can be used to search York County chancery records for the years The originals can be located at the Library of Virginia.
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After the survey was complete the land could then be patented. This was issued from the Penns or the Commonwealth and was the first clear title to a piece of property.
After a property was patented it was then transferred at the county level through deeds. Warrant and patent records are held at the Pennsylvania State Archives.
General-content county map also showing rural buildings and householders' names. Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Hand col. to emphasize township/city boundaries and territories. "Entered according to Act of Congress June 23d by D. Small & W. Wagner of the State of Penn'a." LC Land ownership maps, LC copies imperfect: Fold-lined, torn at fold lines, copy 2 soiled.
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This publication was revised and updated in A complete record of baptisms of the Guinston United Presbyterian Church, Chanceford Township, York County, Pennsylvania, from also a record of marriages for the same congregation from Family History Library.
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York County was formed on Aug from Lancaster County. It was named for Yorkshire in (White Rose) England. The Duke of York was an early patron of the Penn family. The county seat is York City. Adams County () was formed from York County. A lot of these counties were established and disbanded within the 19th century; county borders have changed very little since These are important for genealogy research purposes.
Pay attention where the courthouse records went to if the county was eliminated or joined with some other county. See the History of Ohio Counties for more details. York County Land Records & Deeds (Source: USGenWeb Pennsylvania Archives) Libraries, Museums, Archives (17) Lookups.
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Naturalization records, court records, slave registers, Revolutionary War pension files, wills, vital records, and more were recorded for 16 counties by the WPA around that time. The Indiana State Library placed several court records and vital records on microfilm during the s and s.
Records closely related to these series, some of which appear to have "strayed," may be found among other Treasury records and notably in Record Group T These records provided the material for Peter Wilson Coldham's book American Migrations, M On the rolls of this microfilm publication, M, are reproduced the Post Office Department record of appointment of postmasters for the approximate period Septem These records are part of Records of the Post Office Department, Record Group (RG) Stevenson, George, surveyors; French and Indian War; military York and Adams counties Stevenson came to Pennsylvania in Appointed deputy surveyor-general.
From to held offices of prothonotary, clerk of the courts, register of wills and recorder of deeds in York. Court justice of York County in Birth and death records are an important part of genealogical research but Missouri did not keep vital records for much of its early history.
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A practical strategy for Rhode Island research. Less obvious sources for Rhode Island research; American Ancestors articles (membership NOT required to view) Guide to Genealogical Research in Rhode Island.
Seneca County New York Marriage Records, This is an eclectic mix of New York records written by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Oneida NY Chapter, and self published by them as Volume 6: Bible, cemetery and church records, To focus your search on record collections related to a place, look under the Search tab, click Records and select a region on the world map.
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