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Early history of Greene County, Indiana

as taken from the official records, and compiled from authentic recollection, by pioneer settlers ... including brief sketches of pioneer families ...

by Jack Baber

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Published by Printed by N.B. Milleson at the Worthington Times Office in Worthington [Ind.] .
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    Subjects:
  • Biography,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Uncle Jack Baber
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. ;
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26400781M

    HISTORY OF GREENE COUNTY - CEDARVILLE TOWNSHIP (RETURN TO THE TITLE PAGE) BIOGRAPHICAL. Stephen C. Beal, deceased, Cedarville, son of George and Rachel (Driscol) Beal, was born in Greene County, August 1, He married, Aug , Miss Amanda J. Smith, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Kimble) Smith, who were natives of Virginia, and ranked among the early pioneers of this Greene County Indiana Genealogy. 55 likes. This page is dedicated to people searching for ancestors in Greene County Indiana. Related posts are ://

    History of Greene and Sullivan Counties, State of Indiana: From the Earliest Time to the Present, Together with Interesting Biographical Sketches, Reminiscences, Notes, Etc Unigraphic, - Greene County (Ind.) - pages   Blairsville — about County Info. The county seat is Indiana (the town) Created from portions of Westmoreland & Lycoming counties on March 30 , but was administered by Westmoreland County until its organization November 3,

    The tract book records for three of the six federal land offices in Indiana are available on line at the Indiana digital archives. The three offices are Fort Wayne, LaPorte-Winamac, and Vincennes. These early land records provide the date of purchase rather than the date of the land patent which will help identify how early a settler bought the COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus


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Early history of Greene County, Indiana: as taken from the official records, and compiled from authentic recollection, by pioneer settlers including brief sketches of pioneer families The early history of Greene County, Indiana, as taken from the official records, and compiled from authentic recollections, by pioneer settlers, embracing all matters of interest connected with the early settlement of the county from to ()   The Early History of Greene County, Indiana () by Jack Baber The first old pioneer settlers in this locality were, old Isaac Stalcup, Ephraim Owen, John H.

Owen, Evan Owen, John L. Buskirk, Colonel Jack Stokely,James Jackson,Timothy Jessup, Robert Baber and John All Collections ‎ > Histories, Memories & Biographies ‎ > Local and General History ‎ > Early History of Greene County, Indiana .) records Early History of Greene County, Indiana: As Taken From the Official Records, And Compiled From Authentic Recollection, By Pioneer Settlers /collection/early-history-of-greene-county-indiana.

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Milleson Collection   Greene County, Indiana Greene County was formed in It was named for Gen. Nathanael Greene, who commanded the southern theater in the Revolutionary War, eventually forcing the British army under Charles Cornwallis to retreat to History of Greene and Sullivan Counties, state of Indiana: Greene County, Indiana Death Records Index, Greene County, Indiana Index to Birth Records, Greene County Memoirs (3 vol., photocopied with green cover, spiral binding) Greene County History (Indexed in back, family members submitted this information) Early Greene County Settlers from Southern States, Franklin photocopies in blue notebook with Chartreuse labeling) Pictorial History of Greene Co., IN Cemetery/Death Records The Greene County History CD Project was begun in as a cooperative effort between the Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County Public Library and the Worthington-Jefferson Township Public Library.

It was financed by a $40, Library Services Technology Grant awarded by the Indiana State :// Listen to oral history recordings from Greene County residents about their lives and experiences, both in and outside the county.

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Greene County, Indiana was created on February 5, from Sullivan County and Unorganized Land. This county was named for Gen. Nathanael Greene, hero of the American Revolutionary War. Greene County is bordered by Clay County (north), Owen County (north), Monroe County (east), Lawrence County (southeast), Martin County (south), Daviess County (south), Knox County (southwest), Sullivan County Adams County.

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