Crawford County, Pennsylvania
REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERANS
ISAAC PADEN ...
- 5 PA Archives 6:342, 361
- CCo. Ct. QS Abstracts (unpubl. ms.): #8 Aug. Session 1804, Michael Burns of Conneaut Twp. yeoman charged with larceny of $150 current silver money from Isaac Paden at said twp. 5 Feb. 1803; wit. Jacob Pedan, Isaac Pedan, Johnathan Walls, David Leuce[?].
- CCo. RD A:101; WB A:37
- 1810 U.S. Census, Conneaut Twp. (Rebecca Paden)
- 1820 U.S. Census, Rebecka Peden
- 1874 Directory, Conneaut Twp.
- V.A.: b. 1760, d. Aug. 1809; served as private, Capt. John Buchanans 5th Company 5th Battalion Cumberland Militia 1 July 1780 to 1782
JOHN GEORGE PEIFFER
JOHN GEORGE PEIFFER, born Heidelberg Township, Berks County, PA 15 September 1756, died 5 p.m. 19 January 1823, son of Johannes and Maria Barbara () Peiffer; married 2 April 1781, probably Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, PA, MARIA MAGDALENA SCHAEFFER/SHAFER, born in Heidelberg Township, Berks County, PA 2 June 1762, died 10 Oct. 1844, daughter of Johannes and Maria Eva (Sabin) Shafer; buried side by side in Peiffer Cemetery, Woodcock Township.
- 1810 U.S. Census Mead Twp. (George Pifer)
- 1820 U.S. Census Mead Twp. (George Piffer)
- 5 PA Archives 8:661, 662, 669; 6 PA Archives 3:93
- Pension Abstracts p. 2645:&nbps; PEIFFER, John George or John George Peifer, Mary Magdalena, Pa Line, R8078, sol was b 15 Sep 1756 in Berks Co PA & his godparents were Georg Joh & his wife Maria Elisabetha & sol's parents were Johannes & Maria Barbara Peifer, sol m Maria Magdalena daughter of Johannes & Maria Eva (Sabin) Shafer or Schaferin on 2 Apr 1781 & sol's wife was b 2 Jun 1762 in Berks Co PA & her godparents were Bernhart Voss & his wife Martha, sol d 19 Jan 1823 in Crawford Co PA & his wid appl there 16 Mar 1838, wid had also rec'd a PA state pension, wid d 10 Oct. 1844 leaving children; George, John & Samuel Peiffer, Barbara Farst, Elizabeth Mineum, Mary M. Lesher & Margaret Kepler, children's births were; Barbara b 21 Feb 1782, George b 22 Aug 1783, Eva or Eve b 8 Mar 1785, Elizabeth b 6 Oct 1787, Johannes or John b 16 Mar 1789, Michael b 14 Mar 1791, Samuel b 16 Apr 1794, Magdalena of [or?] Mary M. b 14 Mar 1796, Catharine b 14 Mar 1799 & Margaretha or Margaret b 18 Jan 1802 & they had another son b in Crawford Co PA but he only lived 1 yr 9 mths.&nbps; Note: complete application presented in CCG 12(1989):90A
- g.s. [photograph in William B. Moore & Stephen C. Davies, Rosa is an Angel Now]
- 1874 CCo. Directory, p. 122 (history of Woodcock Twp.): George Peiffer, a Revolutionary hero, came to the this county from Northumberland county, in 1802, and removed to this township in 1809.
- 1876 Atlas, p. 24½ (history of Woodcock Twp.): George Peiffer, a soldier of the Revolution, in 1802 came to the County, and to the township in 1809.
- DAR Patriot Index, Cen. Ed., 2269: PEIFFER, John George: b 9-15-1756 PA d 1-19-1823 PA m Mary Magdalen Schaeffer Mil PA
- [consult Peter Kepler Family general]
- V.A.: b. 15 Sept. 1756, d. Peiffertown, now Woodcock Twp., 19 Jan. 1823, bur. Sec. 1, Peiffer Cem., Woodcock Twp.,; served as private, 5th Battalion Lancaster Co. Militia or Capt. Benj. Weiser's Co., Northumberland Co. at Phila. 1777
- see 1810 U.S. Census Venango Twp.
- 1820 U.S. Census Venango Twp. (Jacob Petters)
- Pension Abstracts, p. 2668:&nbps; PETERS, Jacob, PA Line, S5909, sol was b 5 Jun 1771 in Morris Co NJ & was a son of Leonard Peters & at age of 5 yrs sol was moved to Northumberland Co PA & in 1781 his family moved to Dauphin Co PA for 2 yrs then returned to Buffalo Valley in Northumberland Co PA for 8 yrs then moved to Beaver Twnshp in what is now Union Co PA & in 1821 he moved to Crawford Co PA where he appl 6 Jul 1835, sol's father Leonard Peters had 12 children but only the sol Jacob was named in the claim
- 1854 Pa. Laws 374 (No. 359, an Act for the relief of Margaret Peters, the widow of an old soldier of the Revolutionary and Indian wars), approved 17 April 1874: Margaret Peters, the widow of Jacob Peters, of Crawford County, a soldier of the Revolutionary and Indian wars, granted $40 gratuity and $40 annuity payable half-yearly commencing 1 July 1854.
- 1874 CCo. Directory, p. 110 (history of Venango Twp.): Jacob Peters, a Revolutionary hero, settled here in 1804.
- 1885 CCo. Hist., p. 883
- DAR Patriot Index, Cen. Ed., 2288: PETERS, Jacob: b 6-5-1761 NJ d c 1836 PA m Mary Sokes Pvt PA PNSR
possibly JAMES POLLOCK, died, probably in Shenango Township, Crawford County, 15 April 1815 aged 73 years; married JANE , who died 27 August 1829 aged 87 years; both buried Wilson Cemetery, North Shenango Township (removed there from the Shellito farm in the 1930s when the land was flooded for Pymatuning Lake).
- CCo. Ct. QS Abstracts (unpubl. ms.): #1 Oct. Session 1802, William McClenaghan, yeoman, and James McClenahan, yeoman, both of Waterford Twp., indicted for forcible entry & detainer on 400 acres of Nathaniel Mallory in Waterford Twp. [Erie Co.] adjoining James Pollock, Abijah Phelps & Henry Boughton 11 Aug. 1802
- 1810 U.S. Census, Shenango Twp.
- F. H. Collins, notes on Wilson Cem., North Shenango Twp.: James Pollock, died April 15, 1815, age 73 yrs. He married Jane ? who died Aug. 27, 1829, age 87 yrs. They have a common marker, #24. The Pollocks were first buried in a burial ground on the Shellito farm and moved to Wilson Cem. in the 1930's. The Shellito land is now under the water of Pymatuning Lake.
- V.A.: b. 1742, d. 15 April 1815, bur. grave B-2, Wilson Cem., North Shenango Twp.; served as sub. Lt., Westmoreland Co. Militia 21 March 1777 to 21 March 1780
- Pension Abstracts, p. 2725: POND, William, MA Line, R8312, sol was b 13 Sep 1763 at Branford CT, sol lived in Berkshire Co MA at enl & he lived there until age of 21 then moved to Shoreham VT for 9 yrs then returned to Stockbridge MA then returned to VT then to Essex Co NY then to Saratoga Co NY then to Genesee Co NY & in Nov 1828 he settled at Crawford Co PA where he had a son living & also his bro Nathaniel Pond lived there & sol appl there 6 Oct 1832, sol's bro Nathaniel Pond made aff'dt 6 Oct 1832 in Crawford Co PA & stated he was b 14 Jan 1761 & he stated there were 13 brothers in his family of which 9 srv in the Rev Army & there were 7 serving at one time, bros he name were; Jared, Phinehas, Abel & William
- DAR Patriot Index, Cen. Ed., 2336: POND, William: b 9-13-1763 CT d 7-5-1838 PA m Ruth Wood Pvt MA
- V.A.: b. 2 Sept. 1763, d. 5 July 1838, bur. Sec. A, Lot 140, Spring Cem., Spring Twp.