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Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settlers

Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settlers

Source : Internet Archive

Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settlers

Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settlers

Source : Internet Archive

Results : CHARLES


Page 59

Mountville , Adeline, wife of Joseph Charles, farmer of Manor township , Catherine, who died young, Henry, a railroad conductor


Page 81

farmer in Conoy township. Mrs. Elvina S. Charles was born in 'Manor township in 1549, and died Jan. 21,


Page 81

Jacob and Lizzie Mrs. Lizzie F. Charles was born in Manheim township Aug. 16, 1842, aufl is a daughter


Page 81

After the death of Mrs. Nancy Charles, at Forrey, in 1860, Mr. Charles was married a second time. Miss Elizabeth


Page 81

Charles, at Forrey, in 1860, Mr. Charles was married a second time. Miss Elizabeth Witmer l^ecoming his wife.


Page 81

She died in 1893. John Charles, the paternal grandfather of Jacob, married a Aliss Habacker and spent his entire


Page 81

Jacob Charles has been twice married, the first time Sept. 8, 1867, in Lancaster, wdien


Page 83

Mr. Charles is an honorable and upright man, whose long and useful life is a


Page 237

south by vacant land (now John F. Charles ) : and on the west by vacant land and the land


Page 259

Louisa married Samuel Charles, and they have tiiree children : Kate married Benjamin Flerr^ of Lancri Ster,


Page 367

David Plavcrstick, the father of David Charles. David Haverstick married Sarah Ann Warfel, daughter of a farmer of New Danville,


Page 503

wife of John Charles: David, who is a retired far< mer of .Manor township , Henry, deceased,


Page 633

Aliliersville is the son of Christian Charles, a well known and successful farmer of Alanor tov/nship. Lancaster county. He was


Page 725

townsliip , Catherine, wife of Benjamin v. Charles, a farmer of East Hempfield township : Hettio, wife of John M.


Page 821

Charles, Clara and Lillie , John, an engineer on the Pennsy!.-ania railroad, and a resident of


Page 835

of this citv : and David Charles, who is at the head of the shoe department of T. R. Foster's


Page 983

eight children: Barbara, wife of Jacob Charles, of Pequea township, Abram, of Conestoga, Mary, wife of Joseph Eshleman, of ?Jartic,


Page 1,033

Dec. 19, 1563, son of Henry and Susan (Charles) Huber, who were natives of i Martic township. Lancaster county.


Page 1,033

where, in 1556, he married Susan Charles. A family of nine children was born to this union, as follows :


Page 1,053

John and Susan CHerr) Charles. Henry H. Charles was educated in the public schools, and at the age of twentyone


Page 1,053

4, 18("io. To Mr. and Mrs. Charles have been born nine children, namelv: David L., Anna L., Henry L., Benjamin


Page 1,075

Betsey (who was married to Christian Charles), and Christian K., all of whom lived and died in ^.lanor townshi]i.


Page 1,121

^ilr. Shenk was to Miss Leah G. Charles, and to this union were born five children.