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John Deeter of Allegheny Township

Bruce B. Brown

John Deeter of Allegheny Township

by Bruce B. Brown

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Published by B.B. Brown in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pennsylvania
    • Subjects:
    • Deeter family.,
    • Deeter, John, 1760?-1830? -- Family.,
    • Pennsylvania -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 87-89).

      StatementBruce B. Brown.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.D56 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination89 p. :
      Number of Pages89
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1581297M
      LC Control Number91104739

      John Deeter Book by B.B. Brown Berlin Fife & Drum Corps Exploring Bruederstahl Descendants of Susanna Beeghly and Christian Fike by W.G. Beeghly, (second printing) Descendants of Michael Beeghly and Barro Inken by W.G Beeghly – Book I, Back to First Families; How to Apply; Frequently Asked Questions; First Families of Pennsylvania—Approved Ancestors. Listed in this table are the qualifying ancestors—those whose residency in Pennsylvania falls within one of the required time periods—from First Families applications approved to date.

        The Cumberland County Militia - " lists an Abraham Teeter, Jr. in the Second Class of Capt. Walter McKinney's Company [PA Archives], and Bruch B. Brown in his 'John Deeter of Allegheny Township", , reports that John and Abraham Teeter were taxed in Peters Township, Cumberland County in , and in Montgomery Township, Cumberland, in. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Catharine Deeter Miller (8 Mar –9 Apr ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Miller Cemetery, Allegheny Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by poorbaugh (contributor ).

      (Information contributed by John Oester.) White Horse Mountain is one of the beautiful sights to behold in Allegheny Township. In the autumn it is clad in all the hues of vermilion, green, and gold. The snow and ice of winter is a beauty to behold. Then comes the spring and summer with all .   Martha Elizabeth (Deeter) Brown, 92, of Providence Place Chambersburg and formerly of Greencastle, PA died Friday morning Janu at Providence Place. She was the wife of the late Bruce B. Brown, her husband of 55 years who died Janu Born Christmas day, Dec. 25, in Goodtown, Somerset.


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Find items in libraries near you. Buy John Deeter of Allegheny Township by Brown, Bruce B (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Bruce B Brown. John Deeter of Allegheny Township Book By Samuel Brown Aug at We have reprinted my fathers (Bruce Brown) is in the same format/binding as the first also have copies of the old family tree.I have a hand written draft of the translation of Johannes accounts book (Original now in the possession of the Berlin Area Historical Society).If there is interest.

Allegheny Township. Johannes Detrich (John Deeter), (Information contributed by John Oester.) John Deeter and Catharine Springer, his wife, settled in Deeter's Gap in in what was then Brothersvalley and Quemahoning townships, Bedford County, Pennsylvania.

This is now Allegheny Township, Somerset County. In the name of God amen, I John Deeter of Alegany Township Somerset County and State of Pennsylvania being unwell but of sound disposing mind Memory and understanding thanks be given unto God calling into mind the mortality of my Body and Knowing that it is appointed for all meant once to die do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament that is to say in Principally and first of all I.

Fairhope Township Allegheny Township New Baltimore Borough Northampton Township Stonycreek Township Shanksville Borough Indian Lake Borough Member American Association John Deeter Book by B.B. Brown. Berlin Fife & Drum Corps. You can obtain a copy of the book entitled "John Deeter of Allegheny Township" by Bruce Brown by writing to Berlin Area Historical Society, P.O.

Berlin, PA I believe the cost to be $ plus $ shipping and handling. In Memory Of John Deeter (Johannes Ditrich) and his wife Catherine nee Springer died Pioneer settlers of this community; settling on this farm at the close of the Revolutionary War in which he served, receiving title from the state by patent datedthis opening in the mountain is designated on the map of Pennsylvania as Deeter's Gap.

Biographical Sketch of John Deeter; Will of John Deeter written ; Allegheny Township was formed from a portion of Southampton in It takes its name from the Allegheny Mountain, which forms its western border, and is a portion of that part of Londonderry Township, Bedford County, that was annexed to Somerset County in History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: Including Its Early Settlement and Progress to the Present Time Also, Portraits of Some of Its Prominent Men, and Biographies of Many of Its Representative Citizens, Volume 1.

Introduction The will of John Deeter names “my brother, Abraham Deeter and my Brother in Law John Ullry” as his executors. On the basis of this, we know that John Teeter who married Susanna Ulrich and Abraham Teeter who married Elizabeth Shively are brothers. Volume ; John Deeter family genealogy of Allegheny Township; and Bervalons; original copy of Descendants of Barbara Hochstetler; History of the Reiman, Rayman Clan; The Three Zug (Zook) Brothers of ; original copies of the Caber and.

Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Susannah Sheetz Deeter (6 Jun –10 Oct ), Find a Grave Memorial no.

citing Saint Luke's Reformed Cemetery, Allegheny Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by Staff Sergeant (Ret) Brian J. Ensley (contributor.

The farm of Oliver Deeter was located two miles from Dividing Ridge. In he owned and operated an up-and-down sawmill. The pictured steam-operated, wood-fired sawmill was located on the Oliver Deeter farm in This mill was owned and run by Frank and John Scheller.

The land is now owned by Harold Deeter. Located in the woods north of Rt. 31 at Deeter's Gap, Allegheny Twp., Somerset Co., Pa. GPS coordinates available from contributor upon request. Burial ground for John Deeter (Johannes Ditrich) and his wife Catherine (nee Springer), and some children who died before reaching adulthood.

Head and foot stones suggest 6 or 7 graves here. "John Deeter, Revolutionary War Vet and pioneer, settled here in He sawed lumber, cut millstones and farmed along Deeter's Run, highest headwater of the West Branch of the Juniata River." Group that erected the marker: Family and Berlin Area Historical Society.

He is deceased and is buried at Mt. Zion, Allegheny Township, Somerset County. John Deeter was the son of Samuel Deeter, who was also engaged in the lumber business.

He is deceased and is buried at Whitehorse, Somerset County, Pa. Samuel Deeter was the son of John Deeter, who came from Germany with his mother as a Redemptioner in the 17th Century. Genealogy for Jonathon Deeter ( - d.) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

People Projects Discussions SurnamesMissing: Allegheny Township. Web: Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Mt. Vernon Cemetery Index, Free: 16, Whirling spindle: the story of a Pittsburgh family:. All we know is that your Mary Grove Weyand and my John Grove were >children of a Christian Grove and Mary Magdalena Deeter.

According to the >book, "John Deeter of Allegheny Township" by Bruce B. Brown,other >Deeter family charts listed Mary Magdalena Deeter's husband as John Grove.Genealogy profile for Susannah Deeter Susannah Deeter (Sheets) ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Susannah Deeter (Sheets) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living g: Allegheny Township.Allegheny Township Veterans Memorial (view 2, 3) Mt.

Zion Cemetery Situated in Allegheny Twp. John Black donated the ground about DIRECTIONS: From Rt 31, turn onto Glen Savage Rd, go approximately 30 ft, turn into lane. Deeter, John, 25 Oct - 08 .