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Balch genealogica

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Published by Allen, Lane and Scott in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Balch family (John Balch of Maryland, fl. 1670),
  • Balch family

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas Willing Balch ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.B18 1907
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 410 p.
    Number of Pages410
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6984917M
    LC Control Number07018576
    OCLC/WorldCa1699437

    Genealogica is a company like no other. As the world's best family history research and story-telling team, we have uncovered noble and royal lineages, reunited families separated by the Holocaust, and helped find the birth mother of one of the world’s leading financiers. The patriarch of the Maryland Balch line is a John Balch believed to be christened in in Ilchester, Somerset and born to Edward and Mary Balch. Given these dates and circumstances, and given that the Maryland and Massachusetts Balch descendants match Y-DNA-wise, we know that this Y-DNA existed with the Balch surname pre-dating the birth of. Books in the same topic. Instructions for keeping the records and transacting the clerical business of the War Department ; The American lineages of the Veach and Stover families: together with an appendix containing historical notes of Strasburg and vicinity, a list of the heads of families in Strasburg in , a bibliograph[y] of 98 books and references for stud. Giles has Samuel Balch and family Giles John M. Balch - merchant 6 Balch grooms marriages in Lawrence Co. 4 Balch brides marriages in Lawrence Co. Only a couple of Balch marriages in Giles, but not the ones you are looking for.(Most Giles Co. marriages up to were destroyed in a fire, so probably won't find it if they married in.

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Georges Parish, Harford County, Maryland Colony, died in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, en: Martha Patsey Balch, William Goodwin Balch, Rhoda Balch, Stephen Bloomer Balch, Elizabeth Balch. Page xxiv - Walrond, and Henry Greynfield, "tendering the virtuous education of youth in literature and godly learning, whereby the same youth so brought up should better know their duty as well to God as the King's Majesty (note here the almost unconscious statement of the truth by making the sovereign the representative of the nation) and for divers and other honest and godly Reviews: 1.

Thomas Willing Balch of Philadelphia, who wrote Balch Genealogica, is traced from John Balch who settled in Maryland in and, on the authority of family manuscripts, is said to have been the father of Thomas Balch who, after going to England and participating Monmouth's rebellion, returned to Maryland and died there in Original data: Balch, Thomas Willing.

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Balch Family Home Page The first Balch appeared in what is now the United States in as indentured servents who worked their way to freedom. Like many, if not most, United States Balches, I trace my ancestry to John Balch. Home › FAMILY HISTORY Each book is printed and bound as it is ordered.

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PLEASE NOTE: WE PRINT ON. Thomas Bloomer Balch was a Presbyterian pastor during the American Civil was born to Stephen Bloomer Balch and Elizabeth [Beall] Balch on Febru at Georgetown, District of Columbia, USA. Thomas was a graduate of the College of New Jersey in and Princeton Theological Seminary inwhere he was a member of the American Whig Society.

The book is divided into two parts: vital records from throughwhich were abstracted from the original records, and vital records from throughwhich are based on Kingston Town Reports for those years. Within each half of the book, births are followed by marriages, which are, in turn, followed by deaths.

Bookmarks Menu Family History. Balch History. A-B. Archibald Balch - Mary Sweet. Smith Burying Ground, Deerfield Township, Tioga County PA s Recording of Tombstones in the Cemeteries and Burial Grounds of Tioga County, Pennsylvania.

Thomas Willing Balch, Balch Genealogica (Allen, Land and Scott, Philadelphia, United States: ) pages (accessed at Google Books) (Thank you to the FTDNA Balch project for making me aware of this book). He was married to Elizabeth Gammil July 1, ; she was born Jan.

1, ; they left Tennessee late in October,and settled in Pleasant Grove Tp.; their journey and settlement are fully noted in the history of that township; they remained here during their lives; Mrs.

Balch died Dec. 29, ; Mr. Balch Dec. 2, ; the subject of this.Balchin Genealogy. About 87 Balchins. Related surnames: BALCOM () BALCOMB () BALCOME (33) BELKIN (21) BALKEN (20) BALKIN (15) BALKAM (16) BOHLKEN (11) BALCON (13) BELCHAM (9).

WikiTree is a free community of genealogists. If you agree with our 9-Point Honor Code we'd love your help filling in the blanks and fixing mistakes.The Balch family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Balch families were found in the USA in In there were 42 Balch families living in Massachusetts.

This was about 25% of all the recorded Balch's in the USA. Massachusetts had the highest population of Balch families in