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History of Venango County, Pennsylvania : its past and present, including

History of Venango County, Pennsylvania : its past and present, including

Source : Internet Archive

History of Venango County, Pennsylvania : its past and present, including

History of Venango County, Pennsylvania : its past and present, including

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DUFFIELD


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Cooper, 1797 or 1798 , William Duffield, a native of Ireland, who came here from Centre county in 1798 ,


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to 1805 , John Hastings, John Duffield, Samuel and Alexander Ray, Jacob Lupher, John Cooper, William and John Boughner, W.


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Donaldson, Thomas Donaldson, Johu Duffield, William Duffield, John Eakin, William Eakin, Samuel Eakin, Wil L iam Evans, James Pearis, John


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November, 1854, to November, 1857, James Duffield, November, 1855, to October, 1858, John Willings, November, 1856, to October, 1859, James


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January, 1839, to January, 1842, James Duffield, January, 1840, to January, 1843, Isaac Griffin, January 1841, to January, "


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John Keely, supervisors: Francis Carter, John Duffield, overseers: Thomas Carter, I. Mc Fadden.


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Mc Calmont, supervisors: James Mason, John Duffield, overseers: Samuel Rhoads, James Shaw, appraisers:


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Aaron Mc Kissick, William Duffield, overseers: J. Gilliland, John Martin, appraisers: A. Dewoody, James Bennett.


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Levi Dodd, supervisors: Isaac Smith, William Duffield, overseers: William Connely, Samuel Hays, fence viewers: A. Dewoody, James Bennett.


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Nathaniel Duffield Snowden began his professional career in this county in 1828 at Emlenton, two


Page 216

Snowden, eldest son of Doctor Nathaniel Duffield Snowden, was born at Franklin, Pennsylvania, December 21, 1837. He obtained his early


Page 305

Dewoody (substitute for Andrew Dewoody), John Duffield, William Pelton, John Foster, John Gilmore, Samuel Graham, William Greenlee, John L. Hasson,


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John Mc Quaid (substitute for William Duffield), John Ramsey, David Runninger, Jacob Runninger, Gustavus Shaw, George Shoemaker, Alexander Siggins, Samuel


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N. Diirrin, John Dick, Josiah Duffield, William Duffriel, George Dewoody, Asa Eastman, C. H. Fahnestock, W. M. Graham, George


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in the second story of John Duffield's building on Liberty street, and afterward at the old academy on Buffalo street.


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deep forests of French creek. Mr. Duffield was a native of Ireland and a descendant of a large and intelligent


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street commissioner, council: William Fancher, Philip Duffield, Edward Hughes, Thomas Nesbit, and Louis Hassenfritz.


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few years as did also John G. Duffield, who carried on the mercantile business from 1860 to


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by R. L. Cochran and John Duffield, and in 1871 the present temple of worship, representing a capital of four


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wife, John Duffield and wife, Philip Duffield and wife, and Samuel Jackson and wife.


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Sarah Gilmore, Jane Greer, James Duffield, Jane Duf&eld, Margaret Greer, Eliza Adams, Francis Dunn, Ann Dunn, Margaret Dunn, Elizabeth


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19, 1881, James Davison, William Duffield, and Crawford Billig, October 9, 1885. The following clergymen have had charge of


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near the Sugar Creek line. John Duffield moved from French Creek township in an early day and developed a farm


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1828. In 1824 he married Elizabeth Duffield, a member of the large family of that name residing near Utica. Five


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and freight agent at Polk. Mr. Duffield united with the Presbyterian church of Franklin in 1859, and is now a


Page 1,129

John G. Duffield was born in Venango county. May 24, 1823, and grew to manhood


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Ddpfield, farmer, eldest son of James and Jane (Lindsay) Duffield, was born in Venango county, Pennsylvania, June 25, 1823. His


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deceased, James, Charles, and Harvey. John L. Duffield was reared on the home place in French Creek township, and received


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and Cora Politically Mr. Duffield is a Democrat and cast his first ballot for James K. Polk for


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of the following children: Mrs. Elizabeth Duffield, Mrs. Mary Mc Cracken, James E. , Mrs. Jane Williamson, John, and Rachel,


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He married Isabella, daughter of William Duffield, and by this union they had thirteen children, six of whom grew to


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His second wife was Mary Duffield. Our subject was reared in Sugar Creek township, and has always followed farming


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12, '1781, eldest son of William and Elizabeth (Hasson) Duffield, of whom mention is made in the biographical department of


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Canal township, where he married Eliza Duffield in 1832. They were the parents of five sons and six daughters: John,


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Crawford county. The death of John Duffield occurred June 20, 1849, his widow survived him until 1866 and died on


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died on the old homestead. Mr. Duffield was a successful business man and left to each of his children an


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April 6, 1849, son of John and Eliza (Duffield) Mawhinney. He was reared upon the homestead farm, and was educated


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1816, to Margaret, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Hasson) Duffield, early settlers of French Creek township, and reared a family


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