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20th century history of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and representative citizens

20th century history of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and representative citizens

Source : Internet Archive

20th century history of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and representative citizens

20th century history of Butler and Butler County, Pa., and representative citizens

Source : Internet Archive

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John Vanderlin, Patrick Mc Dowell, James Shields, Luke Covert of Brady Township, and William Carson of Marion Township saw service


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United States Infantry, of General James Shields' brigade. He died at the City of Pueblo, Mexico, in January, 1848.


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Joseph Kerr and James and John Shields. Among other pioneers who settled here prior to 1812


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property. Other early pioneers were: James Shields, Major John Welsh, Thomas Dean, Ebenezer Brown and Michael Powers. Indians were numerous


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He is a son of James and Isabella (Shields) Coyle, his father being a native of County Donegal, Ireland. His


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old home farm. He married Isabella Shields and they became the parents of the following children: Grace,


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years, James A., who married Edith Shields, and has four children-Samuel Dale, Frances Catherine, Mary Isabella, and Eli James, Harry,


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Cecelia Coyle, a daughter of James and Belle (Shields) Coyle of Fenelton, and they are parents of eight children: Emma,


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was joined in marriage with Sarah R. Shields, a daughter of James and Fanny Shields, and a granddaughter of James


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a daughter of James and Fanny Shields, and a granddaughter of James Shields, who was one of the early settlers


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Shields, and a granddaughter of James Shields, who was one of the early settlers of Butler County. Mr. and Mrs.


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and was a son of William and Elizabeth (Shields) Mc Kee.


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was united in marriage with Elizabeth Shields, who died in 1859. In


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Mrs. Laura Shields, widow of Samuel Shields and a daughter of Nicholas Yard. A daughter. Miss Ruth, was horn to


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was subsequently married to Mrs. Laura Shields, widow of Samuel Shields and a daughter of Nicholas Yard. A daughter. Miss