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History of Bradford county, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

History of Bradford county, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

Source : Internet Archive

History of Bradford county, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

History of Bradford county, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DOBBINS


Page 175

Kendall, Capt. Ballard, chairman, and John Dobbins secretary, and unanimously resolved to su]i]iort Col. Samuel Mc Kean for the Legislature.


Page 277

John Means, elected October, 1845, William S. Dobbins, elected October, 1848 , Chester Thomas, elected October. 1851 , John A.


Page 283

Horace Barnes, John E. Dobbins, elected 1888.


Page 284

lliram E. Ikdl. Jury Commissioners, John E. Dobbins, Horace Barnes.


Page 368

Sugar creek in 1791 were William Dobbins and James Mc Kean.


Page 376

Jno. A. Junes. Daniel Innes, John E. Dobbins, Isaac Cleaver, E. J. Hill, J. H. Grant, Liston P"liss, B. B.


Page 460

Avere teetotalers.) Nathaniel Ballard married Susan Dobbins, January 27, 1709, the ceremony being performed by William Jayne, of Burlington. He


Page 539

A. Herrick, Churchill Barnes and John Dobbins, well known in the earlv history of the place, both acting for some


Page 622

was Susaniuih, a daughter of William and Mary (Mc Lain) Dobbins, of Burlincrton township, and by her he had three


Page 752

formed a partnership with Mr. John E. Dobbins, in the hardware business, under the firm name of Dobbins & Correll,


Page 783

and is a son of John and Rebecca (Mc Kean) Dobbins. Ilis paternal grandfather, William Dobbins, who was of Irish


Page 783

was Mary Mc Lean. John Dobbins, father of our subject, located in Burlington township in 1701, and removed to


Page 783

WILLIAM S. DOBBINS, retired farmer, Ti-oy, was boi-n in Burlington township, this county, June 27,


Page 783

and Sarah (Mrs. Norman Palmer). Mr. Dobbins was a prominent citizen of his day, and was a justice of the


Page 784

bins & Correli. Mr. Dobbins f/, J"^, T^r^ternitv He is Past and is also an active member ^^


Page 852

wife was Marian, daughter of William S. and Nancy (Botliwell) Dobbins, of Troy, and l)y her he iiad two children


Page 913

and is a son of Joseph P. and Elizabeth (Dobbins) Hunt. His father, w Jio was a native of New


Page 913

wife was a daughter of John and Rebecca (Mc Kean) Dobbins, and granddaughter of William and Mary A. (Mc Kean)Dobbins,


Page 1,003

James, Andrew, John, Rebecca (Mrs. John Dobbins), Robert, Samuel, Benjamin and Jane (Mrs. John Calkins) , of these, Samuel was


Page 1,311

wife was a daughter of Jesse and Polly (Dobbins) Woodruff, pioneers of this county, and by her he had three


Page 1,320

Dobbins, William S '^7