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Twelve centuries of Clendenin and related families

Donald E. Clendenin

Twelve centuries of Clendenin and related families

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Published by D.E. Clendenin in Pittsburg, Mo. (HCR 77, Box 1004, Pittsburg 65724-9712) .
Written in English

  • Glendening family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementDonald E. Clendenin.
    LC ClassificationsCS71.G5584 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 167 p. :
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1021529M
    LC Control Number96083470

      rles X of France, Johnny Appleseed and poet Walt Whitman. Native Americans dwelled on the island for centuries until the s. The acre historical state park has a multitude of places where families can fish, and many openings in the shoreline exist. Of all the fisheries in West Virginia, the Ohio River no doubt offers the most diverse one. Family Life The population of Britain's former North American colonies continued to expand in the years after the American Revolution. Towns grew while new and existing cities experienced unprecedented growth. American settlement had pushed beyond the eastern seaboard and now included the lands west of the Mississippi River. The Clendenin Family The Extended Clendenin Family - Thanksgiving This page exists for the extended Clendenin family to use as a bulletin board. If you have any information about family happenings, or photos that you'd like to post on the web, please e-mail the info to [email protected] A plain commentary on the Book of Psalms, the prayer-book version / (Philadelphia: H. Hooker, ), by William Fraser (page images at HathiTrust) Synoptica Hebraea: Anglo-Hebrew Bible expositor, a manual for self-instruction, for the use of Bible-classes, students, and young men's Christian associations in .

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Get this from a library. Twelve centuries of Clendenin and related families. [Donald E Clendenin] -- James Clendenin was born in about in Scotland. He immigrated to America sometime before He married Margaret Anderson in about They had five known children.

They lived in Virginia. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Clendenin, Donald E. (Donald Edgar), Twelve centuries of Clendenin and related families. Pittsburg, Mo. ( Box. Buy Twelve centuries of Clendenin and related families by Clendenin, Donald E (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Author of Twelve centuries of Clendenin and related families Donald E. Clendenin |. Clendenin, Donald Edgar. Twelve Centuries of Clendenin and Related urg, MO: Donald E.

Clendenin, My book, "Twelve Centuries of Clendenin and Related Families" available at LDS Family History Centers (microfilm) has William & Thomas Arnold, immigrants to Rhode Island in ; William Anderson () Va., Isaac Harman & wife Christina Henkle, Va.

17xx I enjoyed your fine web site. Donald E. Clendenin. Read the full-text online edition of The Story of a Family through Eleven Centuries, Illustrated by Portraits and Pedigrees: Being a History of the Family of Gorges ().

Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Story of a Family through Eleven Centuries. The names of pioneering families are still commonplace in Clendenin: Cobb, Price, Jarrett, Young, Stricklin, Shamblin, Hays, Woods, and Davis, among others. While it was primarily a farming region, it also was the site of one of Western Virginia’s first coal booms.

Cannel coal. Narrative o f the Destruction of the Settlement of Green-Brier, Virginia, together with the capture and surprising conduct of Mrs.

Clendenin, who was among those Who Escaped the Tomahawk of the Indians at that Massacre. After peace was confirmed between England and France in the yearthe Indians commenced hostilities in2 when all the inhabitants in Greenbrier were totally cut. A Collection of Articles on the Clendenin Massacre Collected by Wallace K.

Ewing and William E. Riddle This information was taken from the book put together by John W. Burris, DESCENDANTS OF JOHN EWING (INDIAN JOHN). We appreciate having the opportunity to print this material.] They were doubtless related to each other as fathers, sons.

The Clendenin family name was found in the USA, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Clendenin families were found in the USA in In there were 10 Clendenin families living in Pennsylvania. This was about 59% of all the recorded Clendenin's in the USA. Pennsylvania had the highest population of Clendenin families in Jane Clendenin Davis' gloves.

By Marsha Moses Although the Clendenins who figure in the Massacre Twelve centuries of Clendenin and related families book the Big Levels in Greenbrier County are not my direct ancestors, I feel the need to include this in my family history narrative because I am quite convinced that this tragedy was a major factor in Charles (brother or uncle to Archibald Jr.), and his children’s decision to persevere in their.

Enjoyed the book, very much. Am familiar with the story. As I to am a descendant of Archibald Clendenin Sr, Archibald Clendenin, Ann Clendenin-Rogers and Jane Clendenin who married John Davis, had a daughter Sarah Davis, who married David W Breeding.

They came to Texas and are buried outside Fayetteville Texas. They are 6 generations here.5/5(12). CLENDENIN Genealogy. About CLENDENINs. Related surnames: GLENDENNING () CLENDENEN () CLENDENING () CLENDENNING (90) CLENDANIEL (75) CLENDENNEN (73) GLENDENING (73) GLENDINING (50) CLENDON (50) CLENDENNON (46).

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The Catchings and Holliday families, and various related families, in Virgina [sic], Georgia, Mississippi and other southern states - Kindle edition by Thomas Clendenin Catchings, Mary Clendinen Catchings Torrey, Charles Robert Churchill. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The. Full text of " Colonial families of the United States of America, in which is given the history, genealogy and armorial bearings of colonial families who settled in the American colonies from the time of the settlement of Jamestown, 13th May,to the battle of Lexington, 19th April, ; " See other formats.

Clendenin and Clendenin appear to represent the same person because: I see only one difference of any importance, that being the birth year, which is an approximation in both profiles. is the most commonly published date I have seen. (Charles is my 6th-great-grandfather) Great research jobs.

Charles' possible Scottish background is intriguing - grandfather is. John Ewing and the Clendenin Massacre The following is a condensation of a sketch read by Hon.

Holcomb of Portsmouth, O., at the Ewing reunion at Ewington, O., in August, The sketch was originally written by George P. Mathews at the dictation of Gen. Holcomb (), uncle of Hon. Holcomb, and grandson of John Ewing. The Clendenon family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Clendenon families were found in the USA in In there were 4 Clendenon families living in Pennsylvania.

This was about 40% of all the recorded Clendenon's in the USA. and Related Families 9 Durrant, of Virginia, and on pageVol. VI, of the William & Mary Quarterly, mention is made of the marriage of Captain John Grove and Elizabeth, widow of the late Colonel Thomas Pettus.

In the death of Sir Horatio, 6th Baronet, the male line of Pettus became extinct in England, A. “It was a family,” saysFile Size: 33MB. When was the first name Clendenin first recorded in the United States.

The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the name Clendenin is Thursday, May 3rd, How unique is the name Clendenin.

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All rights reserved. Records of William Clendenin in Augusta County, VA. From Chalkley's. Page th April, Charles Phillips to Alexander Simpson Delivered to William Clendennin, October,on Buffalow Lick Branch of Cathey's River, part of tract conveyed to Charles by William Magill, 1st March,patented to James Bell, deceased, 1st December,conveyed by William and James Bell to Magill.

When sixty Shawnee Indians led by their chief, Cornstalk, arrive unannounced at the Clendenin farmstead in Virginia, the family hesitantly offers their home and food in a gesture of friendship and peace. But things quickly go horribly wrong, the event forever becoming an important part of the annals of colonial America, even spurring the King of England to issue a historical proclamation.

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Share some things about the Clendenin name. Pioneer George Clendenin, born in Augusta County, Virginia, inwas one of the first settlers in the Kanawha Valley and the founder of family settled in the Greenbrier Valley inand George first saw the Kanawha Valley when he accompanied Andrew Lewis on his march to Point Pleasant in Clendenin purchased a 1,acre tract on the north side of the Kanawha above.

Full text of "History of the great Kanawha Valley, with family history and biographical sketches.A statement of its natural resources, industrial growth and commercial advantages" See other formats.

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Inwhile researching collateral family lines in our family in the parish records ofFile Size: 40KB. Other articles where George Clendenin is discussed: Charleston: on land purchased by Colonel George Clendenin in ; the patent for the land was signed by then governor Thomas Jefferson.

Clendenin built Fort Lee there inand the town was chartered in ; first named Charles Town, for Clendenin’s father, it was renamed Charleston in May–June About Talking Book Topics. Talking Book Topics is published bimonthly in audio, large-print, and online formats and distributed at no cost to individuals who are blind or have a physical disability and participate in the Library of Congress reading program.

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