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Colonel George Stewart and his wife Margaret Harris, their ancestors and descendants with appendixes of related families, a genealogical history

Colonel George Stewart and his wife Margaret Harris, their ancestors and descendants with appendixes of related families, a genealogical history

Source : Internet Archive

Colonel George Stewart and his wife Margaret Harris, their ancestors and descendants with appendixes of related families, a genealogical history

Colonel George Stewart and his wife Margaret Harris, their ancestors and descendants with appendixes of related families, a genealogical history

Source : Internet Archive

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Page 105

and joiniag the farm of George Stuart.''^ Hero a ferry was started to the York Co. side of the river


Page 121

Rev. James Anderson, who married John Stuart^* and became the mother of Col.


Page 123

Moore's. Hence it was between John Stuart's place (now Marietta) and the church.


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died abont the time of John Stuart's death.


Page 127

settlement, Stewart Rowan^ who married Jean Stuart" acted as attorney in fact for Col. George Steuarfc, his wife's brother, who


Page 129

' was the son of George Stuart^, who, as far as known, was the first of his line to reach


Page 129

John Stuart^ the first husband of Ann Anderson, introduces a new strain into the aucestry


Page 131

George Stuart's first appearance in this country is at Marietta on the Susquehanna river where


Page 131

of the Ulster Settlement.! Whether George Stuart^ the first known of our line, came to America from Scotland, or Ireland,


Page 133

These changes threw George Stuart and his neighbors into Donegal township, and Lancaster County.


Page 135

was composed cf James Mitchell, George Stuart, James Patterson, Andrew Galbraith, and thirteen others, who met at the homo of


Page 137

GEORGE STUART, ESQ. 49


Page 139

names instead of four. But, George Stuart djing, John Wriglit was elected to supply the vacancy."* Another item about George


Page 139

The probability is that George Stuart^, like his neighbors, was a member of the Presbyterian church of Donegal, and


Page 143

as the Registrar does also. George Stuart^ writes with a good firm hand.


Page 143

George Stuart before us J. Anderson


Page 145

1748, or by her grandson George Stuart to Mr. Furry in 1760. This may be accounted for, however, by the


Page 145

not long after his death. Jean Stuart'- has no will on record,^ nor, as far as known, is she connected


Page 145

Brief sketches of George Stuart^ are published in the Eistory of Lancaster Co. (p. 7G7) and also in


Page 145

JEAN STUART 53


Page 147

XIII.-John Stuart John Stuart^ the husband of Ann Anderson (No. X above), was probably the eldest son


Page 149

No evidence exists that John Stuart added to the amount of the property which he had received from his


Page 151

John Stuart was married, probably in the year 1735, to Ann Anderson, daughter of the


Page 153

two Daughters Suit Stuart and Jean Stuart the Remaining f)art of my per.sonall Estate to bo JOqua Hy Devidod betwixt


Page 153

live on untill my Son George Stuart arive at y'^ ago of twenty-one years for y'- Hchooling and Mintanance of


Page 153

one years if my wife Ann Stuart be then married or Dead but if She Still Continues a widow each


Page 153

JOHN STUART 57


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a granddaughter of his whom John Stuart's nephew Capt. Wm. Patterson married. J This will was more poorly written and


Page 155

worse state of preservation than George Stuart's will.


Page 225

to Suit Stuart', daughter of John Stuart' oi' Donegal, iind, about the same time, Margaret^ the seeond daiightei', to Suit's


Page 485

Feb, 5, 1787, to Col. Charles Stuart and David Williamson, both of whom may have been closely related to him


Page 515

3. Annie Stuart >1 n


Page 835

ho resided, a joint-executor with Ann Stuart' of the will of John Stuart' J one of the principal heirs of


Page 835

of the incidental proofs that John Stuart' was closely connected with the family. Of other incidental evidence that Ann Anderson'


Page 851

Descendants Samnel Fulton', who married Elizabeth Stuart', daughter of George Stuart', was one of the most prominent men in Donegal


Page 851

married Elizabeth Stuart', daughter of George Stuart', was one of the most prominent men in Donegal township where he is


Page 853

Susquehanna iuvcr light miles below George Stuart', lie had land also on the o[ipositc side of the liver, where he


Page 853

1. James-, who married Mary Stuart'.


Page 855

Patterson-, Jr. and his wife Mary Stuart^ were:


Page 879

Jean Stdaut^ and the Rowans Jean Stuart,^ daughter of John^ and Ann Stuarti, of Donegal, Lancaster Co., Pa., was the


Page 901

1897, Mary Stuart b. Apr. 9, 1899 and d. Jan. 13,1900.


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have been a sou of George Stuart^) and became .