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I am working on find out what were the names of the Coulter who came to America in the 1700s. The Coulter family owned their own ships. I was told that if the Captain of the ship brought his family aboard. That he did not have to list them with passengers of the his ship. So this means that our Coulter family could have been aboard not have been listed. The only I think that we can find out who was on this list is by look at the first names of the Coulter families in the time frame.

Coulter of the 1700s

American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)

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One of the most important genealogical collections, the American Genealogical-Biographical Index, or AGBI, is the equivalent of more than 200 printed volumes. This database contains millions of records of people whose names have appeared in printed genealogical records and family histories. With data from sources largely from the last century, each entry contains the person's complete name, the year of the biography's publication, the person's state of birth (if known), abbreviated biographical data, and the book and page number of the original reference. In addition to family histories, other genealogical collections are indexed. These include the Boston Transcript (a genealogical column widely circulated), the complete 1790 U.S. Federal Census, and published Revolutionary War records. The most recent update to this database reflects the inclusion of volumes 196-206.

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Could the first names of Our Coulter family member as follows? There are ladies and well as gentlemen.

COULTER, Alexander Birth Date: Birth Place: Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Genealogy of Cleveland and Cleaveland fams. By Edm. James Cleveland, et al. Hartford, Ct, 1899. (3v.):1642

COULTER, Alexander Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Maryland Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Heads of fams. At the first U.S. census. Md. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1907. (189p.):17

COULTER, Alexander Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Va. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (189p.):118

COULTER, Alexander Birth Date: 180? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 1 Mar 1934, 2645

COULTER, Archibald Birth Date: Birth Place: Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: History of Cumberland and Adams cos, Pa. Chicago, 1886. (132, 588, 516p.):334

COULTER, Archibald Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: South Carolina Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. SC. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (150p.):15

COULTER, George Archibald Birth Date: 187? Birth Place: Maryland Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Colonial fams. Of the southern states of Amer. By Stella Pickett Hardy. Baltimore. 1958. (643p.):11

COULTER, James Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, James Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: mil. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, James Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:1053-4

COULTER, James Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.): 113, 267 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5: 2:525, 805, 868, 900; 4:115, 395, 704; 6: 65, 423

COULTER, James Birth Date: 177? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935, 9791

COULTER, James Birth Date: 177? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Census of pensioners for Rev. military serivces. Washington, DC. 1841. (195p.): 117

COULTER, James Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: musician Reference: British invasion of Md, 1812-1815. By Will. Matthew Marine. Baltimore, 1913. (519p.):254

COULTER, James Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935, 9791

COULTER, John Birth Date: Birth Place: Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: History of Woodstock, Ct. Gen. Of Woodstock fams. By Clarence Winthrop Bowen. Norwood, Ms. 1930-43. (8v.) V.1 is the hist. And the other 7 v. are gens. Each v. paged and indexed separately.):6:477

COULTER, John Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: hospital physician Reference: Heitman's Officer's:172

COULTER, John Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: mil. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, John Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: mil, lt. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, John Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:636, 643-4, 665, 1204, 1274

COULTER, John Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Maryland Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Heads of fams. At the first U.S. census. Md. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1907. (189p.):21

COULTER, John Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: Maryland Rev. recds; pension clain\ms, bounty land applications, marriages of soldiers. By Harry Wright Newman. Washington, DC. 1938. (155p.):62

COULTER, John Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.): 210, 260 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5: 2:868, 1075; 4:283, 623; 6:352, 365, 431, 459; 7:349, 650 Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, John Birth Date: 1762 Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: Maryland Rev. recds; pension clain\ms, bounty land applications, marriages of soldiers. By Harry Wright Newman. Washington, DC. 1938. (155p.):16

COULTER, John Birth Date: 176? Birth Place: New Jersey, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: Ind.War, 1791 Reference: Records of the officers and men of NJ. In wars 1791-1815. Trenton, NJ. 1909. (369p.):4

COULTER, John Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:536, 606, 630, 829

COULTER, John Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935, 9791

COULTER, John Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:57 COULTER, John Birth Date: 180? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Eleazer Richardson, of Manchester and Bristol, Vt., and Richland, NY., and his des. By Delos And. Richardson. Pulaski, NY. 1913. (36p.):35

COULTER, John Birth Date: 185? Birth Place: Illinois Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 19 Sep 1928, 2295

COULTER, John Birth Date: 190? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Head lights. By Elanor Head Lynch. (N.p.) 1958. (52p.):49

COULTER, John M. Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:453, 927

COULTER, John P. Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: British invasion of Md, 1812-1815. By Will. Matthew Marine. Baltimore, 1913. (519p.):254

COULTER, John T. Birth Date: Birth Place: mIllinois. Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: History of Clinton, Ms. By And. Elmer Ford. Clinton, 1896. (696p.): 620, 645

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: Birth Place: Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: History of Cumberland and Adams cos, Pa. Chicago, 1886. (132, 588, 516p.):27

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: ens. Reference: Historical reg. of officers of the Continental Army. By Francis Bernard Heitman. Washington, DC, 1914. (685p.):172

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.): 16, 113 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:2: 110, 935; 4:433, 739; 6:424

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: New Jersey, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: Records of the officers and men of NJ. In wars 1791-1815. Trenton, NJ. 1909. (369p.):209

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 180? Birth Place: West Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 19 Dec 1923, 1309

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 185? Birth Place: West Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 19 Dec 1923, 1309

COULTER, William Birth Date: 1749 Birth Place: Ire, New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 Apr 1907, 9203

COULTER, William Birth Date: 1749 Birth Place: Delaware Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 14 May 1928, 7125

COULTER, William Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:643-4, 672, 1053-4, 1204, 1274

COULTER, William Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: Maryland Rev. recds; pension clain\ms, bounty land applications, marriages of soldiers. By Harry Wright Newman. Washington, DC. 1938. (155p.):62

COULTER, William Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):283 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5: 2:868; 7:8, 589, 572, 603

COULTER, William Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:185, 688, 704, 859, 933

COULTER, William Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:569

COULTER, William G. Birth Date: Birth Place: Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Biographical Info: lt. Reference: History of Clinton, Ms. By And. Elmer Ford. Clinton, 1896. (696p.):+

COULTER, William Porter Birth Date: 1798 Birth Place: Delaware Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 14 May 1928, 7125

COULTER, William Porter Birth Date: 1798 Birth Place: Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 Apr 1907, 9203 .

COULTER, Peter Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Va. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (189p.): 18, 86

COULTER, Peter S. Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:431, 453, 829

COULTER, Charles Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:291-307, 595-406, 409, 411, 412, 547, 1064, 1096, 1132

COULTER, Andrew Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):86 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:4: 464; 6:206

MARTIN, Nancy (Coulter) Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: Volume: 111 Page Number: 134 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933

NAYLOR, Jane (Coulter) Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: Volume: 123 Page Number: 356 Reference: A hist. Of the pioneer fams. Of Mo. By Will. S. Bryan et al. St. Louis, Mo. 1876. (Xvii,569p.):139

PORTER, Anna (-) (Coulter) Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: Volume: 138 Page Number: 459 Reference: History and gen. of the Bicknell fam. and some colateral lines. By Thom. Will. Bicknell. Providence, RI. 1913. (36,584p.):144

BRINCKERHOFF, Eliza Ann (Coulter) Birth Date: 1798 Birth Place: New York Volume: 19 Page Number: 19 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935, 9791

COULTER, - Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania, Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Biographical Info: maj. Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:5:57

COULTER, - (Beatty) Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 22 May 1901, 4802

COULTER, Aaron Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:6:247

COULTER, Abigail Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):256 Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, Abigail (Pershall) Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, Adam Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser. 5:6:423

COULTER, Amelia (Postlethwaite) Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:569

COULTER, Andrew Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):86 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:4: 464; 6:206

COULTER, Ann (Clark) Birth Date: 1772 Birth Place: Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 Apr 1907, 9203

COULTER, Ann (Dolby) Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:57

COULTER, Ann (Rogers) Birth Date: 177? Birth Place: Delaware Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 14 May 1928, 7125

COULTER, Anna (-) Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: Massachusetts Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: History and gen. of the Bicknell fam. and some colateral lines. By Thom. Will. Bicknell. Providence, RI. 1913. (36,584p.):144

COULTER, Byron Birth Date: 1805 Birth Place: Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 Apr 1907, 9203 COULTER, Corbin Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:643, 644, 665, 1204

COULTER, Corbin Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Maryland Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Heads of fams. At the first U.S. census. Md. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1907. (189p.):79

COULTER, Cornelius Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:43-4, 1132

COULTER, David Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Biographical Info: mil. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, David Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.): 105, 154 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5: 4:283, 623; 6:332, 551, 555, 557, 576

COULTER, Dorothy (Carr) Birth Date: 176? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 181 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2: 339

COULTER, Eli Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:115 COULTER, Eliza Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 22 May 1901, 4802

COULTER, Eliza Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935, 9791

COULTER, Eliza Ann Birth Date: 1798 Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935,

COULTER, Francis Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:4:283, 623; 6:344, 347, 365

COULTER, Frank Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:6:352

COULTER, George Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: mil. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, George Birth Date: 176? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:339

COULTER, Hayley Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):14

COULTER, Henry Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: lt. Reference: British invasion of Md, 1812-1815. By Will. Matthew Marine. Baltimore, 1913. (519p.):254

COULTER, Henry Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: British invasion of Md, 1812-1815. By Will. Matthew Marine. Baltimore, 1913. (519p.):254

COULTER, Henry Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:569

COULTER, James Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, James Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: mil. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, James Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:1053-4

COULTER, James Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.): 113, 267 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5: 2:525, 805, 868, 900; 4:115, 395, 704; 6: 65, 423

COULTER, James Birth Date: 177? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935, 9791

COULTER, James Birth Date: 177? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Census of pensioners for Rev. military serivces. Washington, DC. 1841. (195p.): 117

COULTER, James Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Biographical Info: musician Reference: British invasion of Md, 1812-1815. By Will. Matthew Marine. Baltimore, 1913. (519p.):254

COULTER, James Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935,

COULTER, Jane (Steen) Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 182 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2: 569

COULTER, John Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: hospital physician Reference: Heitman's Officer's:172

COULTER, John Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: mil. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, John Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: mil, lt. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, John Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:636, 643-4, 665, 1204, 1274

COULTER, John Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Maryland Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Heads of fams. At the first U.S. census. Md. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1907. (189p.):21

COULTER, John Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: Maryland Rev. recds; pension clain\ms, bounty land applications, marriages of soldiers. By Harry Wright Newman. Washington, DC. 1938. (155p.):62

COULTER, John Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.): 210, 260 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5: 2:868, 1075; 4:283, 623; 6:352, 365, 431, 459; 7:349, 650 Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, John Birth Date: 1762 Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: Maryland Rev. recds; pension clain\ms, bounty land applications, marriages of soldiers. By Harry Wright Newman. Washington, DC. 1938. (155p.):16

COULTER, John Birth Date: 176? Birth Place: New Jersey, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: Ind.War, 1791 Reference: Records of the officers and men of NJ. In wars 1791-1815. Trenton, NJ. 1909. (369p.):4

COULTER, John Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:536, 606, 630, 829

COULTER, John Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935, 9791

COULTER, John Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:57

COULTER, John M. Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:453, 927

COULTER, John P. Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: British invasion of Md, 1812-1815. By Will. Matthew Marine. Baltimore, 1913. (519p.):254

COULTER, Jonathan Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):247 Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 22 May 1901, 4802; 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, Joseph Birth Date: Birth Place: West Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 19 Dec 1923, 1309

COULTER, Joseph Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: mil. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, Joseph Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:1303

COULTER, Joseph Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:4:283; 6: 558, 611, 626

COULTER, Joseph Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:185, 207

COULTER, Joseph Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:57

COULTER, Joseph Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Head lights. By Elanor Head Lynch. (N.p.) 1958. (52p.): 40, 42

COULTER, Levi Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: North Carolina Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Roster of soldiers from N.C. in the Amer. Rev. Comp. By D.A.R. of NC. Durham, NC. 1932. (12,709p.):514, 251

COULTER, Levy Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: North Carolina Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Roster of soldiers from N.C. in the Amer. Rev. Comp. By D.A.R. of NC. Durham, NC. 1932. (12,709p.):113

COULTER, Martin Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: North Carolina Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Heads of fams. at the first U.S. census. NC. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (292p.):112 Roster of soldiers from N.C. in the Amer. Rev. Comp. By D.A.R. of NC. Durham, NC. 1932. (12,709p.): 441, 480, 573

COULTER, Mary Birth Date: 1802 Birth Place: Delaware Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 Apr 1907, 9203; 14 May 1928, 7125

COULTER, Mary (Gitts) Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2: 57

COULTER, Mary (Wilson) Birth Date: 1794 Birth Place: Ire, Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Head lights. By Elanor Head Lynch. (N.p.) 1958. (52p.):40, 42

COULTER, May Birth Date: Birth Place: Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Reference: Genealogy of the Nye fam. Comp. By Geo. Hyatt Nye, [et al.] 1907. (907p.):3142

COULTER, Michael Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 183 Biographical Info: mil. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, Michael Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Virginia, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: mil.lt. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):182

COULTER, Nancy Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: Ohio Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, Nathaniel Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):185, 247 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5: 3:651, 666; 4:177; 7:603, 1070, 105, 108

COULTER, Patrick Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:68

COULTER, Peter Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Va. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (189p.): 18, 86

COULTER, Peter S. Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:431, 453, 829

COULTER, Polly Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933,

COULTER, Richard Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5:2:21, 43, 51, 139, 337, 569, 644; 6:53; 7:21, 43, 51, 139, 337, 569, 644

COULTER, Robert Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:1175, 1176, 1303

COULTER, Robert Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: South Carolina Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. SC. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (150p.):15

COULTER, Robert Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:449, 454, 455, 511

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 May 1933, 6395

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: ens. Reference: Historical reg. of officers of the Continental Army. By Francis Bernard Heitman. Washington, DC, 1914. (685p.):172

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.): 16, 113 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete

COULTER, Samuel Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: New Jersey, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: Records of the officers and men of NJ. In wars 1791-1815. Trenton, NJ. 1909. (369p.):209

COULTER, Sarah (Brooks) Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:59

COULTER, Sarah (Rhodes)(Henness) Birth Date: 179? Birth Place: West Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 19 Dec 1923, 1309

COULTER, Thomas Birth Date: 173? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: French-Ind.War Reference: {813}:25

COULTER, Thomas Birth Date: 174? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:59

COULTER, Thomas Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:1053-4

COULTER, Thomas Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.): 255

COULTER, Thomas Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 31 Jan 1935,

COULTER, William Birth Date: 173? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Biographical Info: French-Ind.War Reference: {813}:25

COULTER, William Birth Date: 1749 Birth Place: Ire, New York Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 Apr 1907, 9203

COULTER, William Birth Date: 1749 Birth Place: Delaware Volume: 35 Page Number: 184 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 14 May 1928, 7125

COULTER, William Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Biographical Info: Rev.War Reference: {813}:643-4, 672, 1053-4, 1204, 1274

COULTER, William Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Maryland, Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Biographical Info: priv. Reference: Maryland Rev. recds; pension clain\ms, bounty land applications, marriages of soldiers. By Harry Wright Newman. Washington, DC. 1938. (155p.):62

COULTER, William Birth Date: 175? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Reference: Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. census. Pa. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (426p.):283 Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)Ser.5: 2:868; 7:8, 589, 572, 603

COULTER, William Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Delaware, Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Biographical Info: War 1812 Reference: {813}:185, 688, 704, 859, 933

COULTER, William Birth Date: 178? Birth Place: Pennsylvania Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Reference: Ten "Series" of "Pennsylvnia Archives" have been so far published in from 5 to 31v. Ea. Philadelphia and Harrisburg. 1852- ( We have indexed Series 2, v.2 and v.8 ( early Pa. marriage recds.) And all the v. of SeriesV. Which contain nearly complete Pa. Rev. War recds.)s.2, v.2:569

COULTER, William Porter Birth Date: 1798 Birth Place: Delaware Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 14 May 1928, 7125

COULTER, William Porter Birth Date: 1798 Birth Place: Virginia Volume: 35 Page Number: 185 Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 3 Apr 1907, 9203

Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800

Prim Name: Thomas Staton, Yeoman Admin Name: Will Made Date: 11 Apr 1751 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife unnamed; sons Hill and Thomas Staton; daus. Sabre, Hester, Anna, Tabitha and Elizabeth Staton Exec/Trus Name: sons Hill and Thomas Staton Wit Name: Jno. Clewes, Sam[uel] Coulter, Thomas Cale Will Probate Date: 23 Apr 1751 Will Book: Arch. vol. A100; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 128; folios 9-11

Prim Name: Charles Coulter, Yeoman Admin Name: Will Made Date: 21 Feb 1755 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Isabel C.; sons Joseph, Robert and James; dau. Sarah; and dau.-in-law Elizabeth Camble Exec/Trus Name: wife Isabel C. and cousin John Coulter, Jr. Wit Name: Elizabeth Coulter, John Homes, Richard Lancom Will Probate Date: 03 Apr 1755 Will Book: Arch. vol. A67; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 36; folios 91-93

Prim Name: John Coulter, Yeoman Admin Name: Will Made Date: 15 Jul 1754 Will Loc: Heirs Name: son John; daus. Mary Coulter, Elizabeth Harmonson (widow of John), Susannah Oliver (wife of George), Sarah Stockley (wife of John), Esther Orr (wife of John); grandson Moses Allen (son of Andrew Allen, dec'd, and wife Dorcas, dec'd); grandchildren Robert, Joseph, James Samuel and Susannah (children of Joseph Shankland and wife Frances) Exec/Trus Name: son John Wit Name: Bowman Mariner, Mary Mariner, Henry Blackwood Will Probate Date: 08 Feb 1757 Will Book: Arch. vol. A67; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 47; folios 150-153

Prim Name: John Coulter, Planter Admin Name: Will Made Date: 17 Apr 1761 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Jenet; sons James, Robert and Josiah; dau. Mary; sister Esther Orr Exec/Trus Name: wife Jenet and father-in-law Josiah Martin Wit Name: William Hazzard, Jno. Barbour, Mary Harmonson Will Probate Date: 22 Jun 1761 Will Book: Arch. vol. A67; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 48; folios 231-233

Prim Name: John Hall, Cordwinder Admin Name: Will Made Date: 24 Dec 1759 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Elinor Hall; sons James, John and Hugh Hall; daus. Jean Shelsman, Elinor Welch, Mary Wes[tcott]; heirs of Joshua Hall Exec/Trus Name: wife Elinor and son James Hall Wit Name: George G. Laws, Margaret Coulter, James Stephenson Will Probate Date: 22 Aug 1763 Will Book: Arch. vol. A73; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 215; folios 270-272

Prim Name: Samuel Coulter, Yeoman Admin Name: Will Made Date: 18 May 1767 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Anna; sons Charles and William Coulter Exec/Trus Name: son Charles Coulter Wit Name: Thomas Staton, Moses Scudder, Samuel Stevenson Will Probate Date: 03 Dec 1768 Will Book: Arch. vol. A67; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 66; folios 338-339

Prim Name: Samuel Coulter, Yeoman Admin Name: Will Made Date: 18 May 1767 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Anna; sons Charles and William Coulter Exec/Trus Name: son Charles Coulter Wit Name: Thomas Staton, Moses Scudder, Samuel Stevenson Will Probate Date: 03 Dec 1768 Will Book: Arch. vol. A67; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 66; folios 338-339

Prim Name: John Stuart Admin Name: Will Made Date: 11 Mar 1773 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Elizabeth Stuart; sons John, Thomas, David and William Stuart; daus. Ann, Ruth, Elizabeth and Sarah Stuart, and Mary Stapleford (wife of Edward) Exec/Trus Name: wife Elizabeth Stuart Wit Name: William Peery, James Coulter, Sarah Beesy Will Probate Date: - - 1773 Will Book: Arch. vol. A101; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 54; folios 472-474

Prim Name: Elisabeth Staton Admin Name: Will Made Date: 28 Jun 1774 Will Loc: Heirs Name: daus. Tabitha Starr, Esther Coulter and Betty Price; grandsons John Price and Eli Staton; granddaus. Nanny Price, Comfort and Sarah Staton; Ruth Staton (widow of Hill Staton) Exec/Trus Name: William Price Wit Name: Phillis Hardy, George West, James Gordon Will Probate Date: 03 Aug 1774 Will Book: Arch. vol. A100; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 127; folios 524-525

Prim Name: Moses Dodd Admin Name: Will Made Date: 19 Nov 1779 Will Loc: Heirs Name: sons Joseph and Samuel Dodd; daus. [Althea], Ada and Cady Dodd, Mary Vent (wife of James) and Prudence Rawlinson (wife of Richard); granddau. Betsy Rawlinson Exec/Trus Name: sons Joseph and Samuel Dodd, son-in-law James Vent Wit Name: Hugh Stephenson, John Coulter, William Peery Will Probate Date: 27 Nov 1779 Will Book: Arch. vol. A69; Reg. of Wills, Liber C Page: 106; folios 334-336

Prim Name: John Neill Admin Name: Will Made Date: 27 May 1781 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Bethia Neill; sons Robert and John Neill; daus. Margaret, Mary, Elizabeth and Bethia Neill Exec/Trus Name: wife Bethia Neill Wit Name: William Peery, James Coulter, William Delaney Will Probate Date: 25 Jun 1781 Will Book: Arch. vol. A91; Reg. of Wills, Liber C Page: 59-60; folios 263-265 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A91, page 60 shows the estate was settled by Robert Neill, exec'r of Bethia Neill, on March 4, 1789].

Prim Name: Nathaniel Bailey, Yeoman Admin Name: Will Made Date: 28 May 1782 Will Loc: Lewes and Rehoboth Hd. Heirs Name: wife Jennet; sons William, Jonathan and Nathaniel Bailey; daus. Peggy and Comfort Bailey and Sarah Coulter (wife of William) Exec/Trus Name: wife Jennet Bailey Wit Name: Jno. Russel, Jean Russel, Elizabeth Russel Will Probate Date: [No prob.] Will Book: Arch. vol. A58; Reg. of Wills, Liber C Page: 85-86; folio 310 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A58, page 86 shows that Jennet Bailey later married William Dodd

Prim Name: Thomas Skidmore Admin Name: Will Made Date: 15 Oct 1777 Will Loc: Heirs Name: sons Henry and Thomas Skidmore; daus. Elizabeth, Sarah and Lydia Skidmore Exec/Trus Name: son Henry Skidmore Wit Name: James Coulter, William Hand, George Conwell Will Probate Date: 19 Feb 1783 Will Book: Arch. vol. A99; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 100; folios 8-9

Prim Name: Nathaniel Starr Admin Name: Will Made Date: 22 Mar 1784 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Tabitha Starr; sons David, James and Richard Starr; daus. Ann and Margaret Starr, and Unice Coulter (wife of John) Exec/Trus Name: wife Tabitha Starr Wit Name: Parker Robinson, Lavin Lank, Richard Bloxsom Will Probate Date: 21 Apr 1784 Will Book: Arch. vol. A100; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 123; folios 46-47 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A100, page 123 shows that Tabitha Starr later married Solomon Parramore].

Prim Name: James Coulter Admin Name: Thomas and William Coulter Will Made Date: Will Loc: Heirs Name: Exec/Trus Name: Wit Name: Will Probate Date: [c. - - 1785] Will Book: Arch. vol. A67 Page: 43

Prim Name: Esther Coulter Admin Name: Tabitha Starr, D. B. N., for Nathaniel Starr, Yeoman Will Made Date: Will Loc: Heirs Name: Exec/Trus Name: Wit Name: Will Probate Date: [c. 09 Jun 1785] Will Book: Arch. vol. A67 Page: 40

Prim Name: John Coulter, Yeoman Admin Name: Will Made Date: 27 Apr 1786 Will Loc: Heirs Name: sons Cornelius and David Coulter; dau. Nicey Coulter; other children unnamed Exec/Trus Name: [No exec'r] Wit Name: George Dutton, Ebenezer Pettyjohn, Robert Neill Will Probate Date: 16 Jun 1786 Will Book: Arch. vol. A67; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 49; folios 257-258 Comment

Prim Name: Frances Cahoon Admin Name: Will Made Date: 14 Oct 1786 Will Loc: Lewes Heirs Name: Elizabeth Sanders; James Thompson; and Deacons of Presbyterian Meeting House Exec/Trus Name: friend James Thompson (of Lewes) Wit Name: Richard Little, Joseph Coulter, Jr., William Roach Will Probate Date: 25 Nov 1786 Will Book: Arch. vol. A62; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 112-113; folio 121 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A62, page 113 shows that William Thompson, Elizabeth Sanders and Richard Little were adm'rs D. B. N., in right of James Thompson, dec'd, and settled the estate c. Jan. 30, 1787; also mentions, Widow . . . Sanders].

Prim Name: Bethia Neill Admin Name: Will Made Date: 04 Jun 1787 Will Loc: Heirs Name: sons Robert and John Neill; daus. Bethia Neill, Mary Neill (wife of Taylor Neill), Elizabeth Coulter (wife of James Coulter), Margaret Polk (wife of Joseph Polk); granddau. Bethia Polk; bro. James Starr Exec/Trus Name: son Robert Neill and bro. James Starr Wit Name: William Peery, Somerset Costen, Euphama Costen Will Probate Date: 11 Jul 1787 Will Book: Arch. vol. A91; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 55-56; folios 150-151

Prim Name: John Coulter Admin Name: Margaret Coulter Will Made Date: Will Loc: Heirs Name: Exec/Trus Name: Wit Name: Will Probate Date: [c. 02 Sep 1788] Will Book: Arch. vol. A67 Page: 50 Comment:

Prim Name: Esther Coulter Admin Name: Joseph Coulter Will Made Date: Will Loc: Heirs Name: Exec/Trus Name: Wit Name: Will Probate Date: [c. 04 Jan 1789] Will Book: Arch. vol. A67 Page: 41 Comment:

Prim Name: John West Admin Name: Will Made Date: 05 Dec 1788 Will Loc: Heirs Name: uncle John Stockley Exec/Trus Name: uncle John Stockley Wit Name: Nelson Waller, Mary Waller, James Coulter, Ann Stockley Will Probate Date: 05 Oct 1789 Will Book: Arch. vol. A106; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 143; folios 237-238

Prim Name: Marg[a]ret Coulter Admin Name: Will Made Date: 12 Sep 1789 Will Loc: Heirs Name: sons James, John, William, [Eli], David and Cornelius Coulter; daus. Polly and [Eunice] Coulter Exec/Trus Name: sons James and David Coulter Wit Name: William Virden, Agnes Todd, Tabitha L[orraine] Virden Will Probate Date: 14 Dec 1789 Will Book: Arch. vol. A67; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 58-60; folios 251-252 Comment:

Prim Name: James Thompson Admin Name: Will Made Date: 24 Nov 1789 Will Loc: Town of Lewes Heirs Name: son William Thompson; dau. Elizabeth Sanders; grandsons William Sanders, James and William Thompson; granddaus. Naomi West, Marg[a]ret Roades, Margaret Prettyman, Penelope Prettyman and Elizabeth Parker Exec/Trus Name: son William Thompson, dau. Elizabeth Sanders, Richard Little Wit Name: Joseph Coulter, Eliz[abeth] Coulter, James Newbold Will Probate Date: 26 Jan 1791 Will Book: Arch. vol. A101; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 151; folios 322-323 Comment:

Prim Name: John Coulter Admin Name: Will Made Date: 28 Jan 1791 Will Loc: Heirs Name: bros. James, William, David, Cornelius and Eli Coulter; sisters Unice and Polly Coulter; father-in-law John Hall Exec/Trus Name: father-in-law John Hall Wit Name: Nancy Hall, Stephen Blizzard, William Johnson Will Probate Date: 10 Feb 1791 Will Book: Arch. vol. A67; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 51; folios 326-327 Comment:

Prim Name: Joseph Coulter, Taylor Admin Name: Robert Coulter Will Made Date: Will Loc: Heirs Name: Exec/Trus Name: Wit Name: Will Probate Date: [c. 23 Nov 1791] Will Book: Arch. vol. A67 Page: 53-54 Comment:

Prim Name: Ruth Grice, Widow Admin Name: Will Made Date: 01 Nov 1791 Will Loc: Heirs Name: sons Peter and David Parker Exec/Trus Name: friend Jacob Hazzard Wit Name: Joseph Hall, Mary Brady, Sarah Coulter Will Probate Date: 09 Dec 1791 Will Book: Arch. vol. A73; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 86-87; folio 358 Comment:

Prim Name: Robert Coulter Admin Name: Naomi Coulter Will Made Date: Will Loc: Heirs Name: Exec/Trus Name: Wit Name: Will Probate Date: [c. 07 Apr 1795] Will Book: Arch. vol. A67 Page: 65 Comment:

Prim Name: Hannah Bloxom [Bloxsom, Blocksom], Widow Admin Name: Will Made Date: 11 Jun 1795 Will Loc: Heirs Name: sons David, William and Fisher Bloxom; dau. Margaret Bloxom Exec/Trus Name: son William Bloxom Wit Name: Unicy Blocksom, Joseph Hall. Codicil, 11 Nov 1795; Unicy Coulter, Joseph Hall Will Probate Date: 05 Jan 1796 Will Book: Arch. vol. A59; Reg. of Wills, Liber E Page: 228-229; folios 63-64 Comment:

Prim Name: David King Admin Name: Will Made Date: 29 Apr 1799 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Rebecca King; son George King; David King, Jr. (son of William King, dec'd) Exec/Trus Name: wife Rebecca King, Walter Hutson Wit Name: Jno. White, Joseph Coulter, James Elliott Will Probate Date: 06 May 1799 Will Book: Arch. vol. A82; Reg. of Wills, Liber E Page: 94-95; folios 223-224 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A82, page 95 shows David Stuart as an additional exec’s

Colonial families of the United States of America: Volume 1 ISSUE

II. Mary Louisa, b. 3d September, 1878; m. 19th November, 1903, George Archibald COULTER.

I. Imogene Berry Coulter, b. 15th November, 1904.

Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2 ISSUE BY 2D m.

14. Edmund Severn ALLNUTT, m. Annie COULTER.

Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2 Index Allnutt, Annie (Coulter), 350

Coulter, Annie, 350

Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 3 ISSUE

9. Anna Maria DUGAN, m. Carleton COULTER.

11. Carlton COULTER.

21. Archibald COULTER.

31. Philemon COULTER.

Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 5 ISSUE

42. Rebecca, m. N. L. COULTER.

III. A dau. m. Judge COULTER, a member of the Court of Appeals of Virginia.

Coulter, —–, 511

Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 6 ISSUE

81. Florence RIDGELY, m. ——– COULTER.

12. Helen COULTER.

Coulter —–, 46

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Indentures, 1771-73 04 Nov 1772 John Coulter Ireland James Wilson and his assigns Leacock twp., Lancaster co. Servant 3 yrs. pound 15.0.0. 04 Nov 1772 John Coulter William Ferguson and his assigns E. Nantmill, Chester co. 3 yrs. pound 15.0.0. Atlantic Ports, Gulf Coasts, and Great Lakes Passenger Lists, Roll 2: 1820-73 Eliza Coulter Age: 25 Sex: F Occupation: Merchant Master: N/A Port of Arrival: Charleston, S.C. Date: 1827 - March Country of Origin: United States Destination: United States Ship: Schooner Saluda Port of Embarkation: Havana, Cuba

Susannah Coulter Age: 19 Sex: F Occupation: Merchant Master: N/A Port of Arrival: Charleston, S.C. Date: 1827 - March Country of Origin: United States Destination: United States Ship: Schooner Saluda Port of Embarkation: Havana, Cuba

Edward Coulter Age: 18 Sex: M Occupation: Labourer Master: N/A Port of Arrival: Frenchman's Bay, MA Date: 1821 - July 1 Country of Origin: Ireland Destination: United States Ship: Schooner Victory Port of Embarkation: St. Andrews, Nova Scotia

Irish Records Index, 1500-1920

COULTER John 1811 Philipsburg Ave, Dublin 593647 D20935 6 of 27

COULTER John & Margaret (als Chamney) 1811 Sheephouse, Meath 595364 M3934 (17) pg 3 17 of 62

COULTER John (Merchant) 1784 Dublin 592954 1163, pg 16 1 of 137

COULTER Margaret (als Chamney) 1811 Philipsburg Ave, Dublin 593647 D20935 6 of 27

COULTER Robert 1829 Louth 593656 M3805 (3) pg 7 10 of 12

COULTER Robert (Gent - Attorney) 1824 Carnbeg, Louth 593657 D20961 7 of 7

COULTER Rebecca 1717 Enniskillen 596418 4118-6,PR marr 181 of 978

COULTER Robert (Debt Owed) 1689 Lower Killards, Down 596417 3910 280 of 300

ALEXANDER COULTER

Baltimore, Maryland Tax Records Index, 1798-1808

Alexander Coulter 1798, p. 82; 1799-1800, p. 56; Assessment Book 1800, p. 204; 1801-1803, p. 55; 1804-1808, p. 78

Maryland Calendar of Wills

MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 8

Coulter, Alexander, cabinet-maker,Chestertown, Kent Co.,20th Feb., 1741-2; 1st March, 1742. To bro. Hugh, £100. To nieces Margaret and Jannett, daus. of Hugh Roger, mcht. of Glascow and his wife Margaret, £20 each. To indentured servant Peter Maxwell, personalty and his freedom, his papers now being in hands of Wm. Gibbs. To Hugh Morrison, tailor of Chestertown, residue of time of Thos. Smith. To bro. Michael, ex. of Kent Co., residue of Estate. Test: Samuel Massey, James Calder. 22. 485.

Wisconsin Land Records COULTER, ALEXANDER B Land Office: MENASHA Sequence #: 1 Document Number: 27098 Total Acres: 40 Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: November 01, 1867 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

New York Military in the Revolution NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION AS COLONY AND STATE

Heading: Albany County Militia -- Sixteenth Regiment Rank: Enlisted Men

Name: Alexander Coulter

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER ALEXANDER BROWN'S REG'T, EAST TENNESSEE VOLS. ENSIGN ENSIGN 47 602

COULTER ALEXANDER COULTER'S BRIGADE, EAST TENNESSEE MIL. B. Q. M B. Q. M 47 602

COULTER ALEXANDER 118 REG'T (GREE'S), NEW YORK MILITIA. CAPTAIN CAPTAIN 47 602

COULTER ALEXANDER S CHILES' BATTALI, MOUNTED GUNMEN, EAST TENNESSEE VOLUNTEES. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

Sons of the American Revolution

A NATIONAL REGISTER OF THE SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION PRINCIPAL EVENTS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

*ARCHIBALD BARKLIE COULTER, deceased (1120). Son of Alexander and Eliza (Barklie) Coulter; grandson of Alexander Coulter, private, Sterritt's "Independent Merchants' Company."

THOMAS

NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION AS COLONY AND STATE

Heading: The Line and the Levies -- (Not Identified) Sub-Heading: The following men (according to the certificates of the muster-masters) served either in the Line or the Levies, having been hired by the several classes under the Land Bounty Rights; but there is nothing to indicate in which regiment of the Line or the Levies they served.

Rank: Enlisted Men Name: Thomas Coulter

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER THOMAS BROWN'S REG'T, EAST TENNESSEE VOLS. 2 LIEUTENANT 2 LIEUTENANT 47 602

COULTER THOMAS COULTER'S BRIGADE, EAST TENNESSEE MIL. B. GEN B. GEN 47 602 . This man is the son of Alexander Coulter of NC

COULTER THOMAS 4 REG'T (BAYLES') EAST TENNESSEE MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER THOMAS 4 REGIMENT VIRGINIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER THOMAS 6 REGIMENT (DAVENPORT'S), MOUNTED, KENTUCKY VOLUNTEERS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots

COULTER, Thomas Cold Spring Cem 10 mi SW of Georgetown, Sussex Co DE 46 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.1, p. —Serial: 11127; Volume: 2

COULTER, Thomas Cool Spring Pres Cem Lewes, Sussex Co DE 71 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.1, p. —Serial: 12978; Volume: 2

ANDREW

New York City Wills, 1766-71

Dated August 27, 1765. Witnesses, Nathaniel Britton, Andrew Coulter, Peter De Groat. Proved in Richmond County before Benjamin Seaman, Surrogate, June 1, 1767.

Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825

Surname: Coulter Given Name: Andrew Title: Description: Decedent Residence: Coventry Date: 15 Sep 1805 Prove Date: 14 Nov 1805 Remarks: Coulter, Andrew. Coventry. Sep. 15, 1805: Nov. 14, 1805. To wife, who is not named, house and lot where I live and all other estate during life. What remains at her decease to be divided among all the children, who are not named. Letters c. t. a. to Catharine Coulter.

Book Page: Surname: Coulter Given Name: Andrew Title: Mrs. Description: Wife Residence: Date: 15 Sep 1805 Prove Date: 14 Nov 1805 Remarks: Coulter, Andrew. Coventry. Sep. 15, 1805: Nov. 14, 1805. To wife, who is not named, house and lot where I live and all other estate during life. What remains at her decease to be divided among all the children, who are not named. Letters c. t. a. to Catharine Coulter.

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER ANDREW COSSETT'S BATTALION, PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. CORPORAL CORPORAL 47 602

COULTER ANDREW 134 REG'T (HOSACK'S) PENNSYLVANIA MIL. CORPORAL CORPORAL 47

Virginia Apprentices, 1623-1800

Coulter, Andrew

Apprentices of Virginia Master: Grove, Abraham

Apprentices of Virginia Beginning date: 10/18/1791

Apprentices of Virginia Sex: male

Source: Augusta Co. Orders 22, 1791-1793, 11-12

CHARLES

Revolutionary War Service Records, 1775-83

COULTER CHARLES SERGEANT 29

COULTER CHARLES SERJEANT 30

COULTER CHARLES SERJT 30

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER CHARLES 15 REG'T (SLAUGHTER'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER CHARLES 138 REG'T (MILLER'S) PENNSYLVANIA MIL. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

PETER

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER PETER S CAPTAIN ROFNEY'S COMMNAD (1814), DELAWAE MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER PETER S CAPTAIN WRIGHT'S COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

WILLIAM

Calendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680 - 1800 page 490

[p.490] Coulter, William.Admin. of, to Nancy Coulter, widow. April 6, 1795. Arch. vol. A11, page 249. Reg. of Wills, Liber N, folio 119

Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1838

168 13th DISTRICT, FOURTH SECTION, CHEROKEE William M. Coulter Thaxton's Butts

176 15th DISTRICT, FOURTH SECTION, CHEROKEE William Coulter Blair's Lowndes granted previous to the first day of January, 1838

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER WILLIAM KEYS' REGIMENT, OHIO MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM 1 REGIMENT (EDWARDS'), OHIO MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM 1 REGIMENT RIFLEMEN (SUTHERLAND'S), PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM 2 REG'T (LOTZ'S) PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM E LIEUT COL. NIXON'S REG'T MISSISSIPPI MIL. FIPER FIPER 47 602

SAMUEL

Maryland Marriages, 1667-1899 COULTER, SAMUEL Spouse: FOSTER, SARAH Marriage Date: 18 Nov 1778 County: Cecil State: MD

COULTER, SAMUEL Spouse: LOGSDON, MATILDA Marriage Date: 22 Mar 1841 County: Allegany State: MD

Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825 Book Page: B:212

Surname: Coulter Given Name: Samuel Prove Date: 13 Jan 1776 Remarks: Thomas Duncan of Hopewell, yeomans. -- 1776. Wife Jane. Sons William, John, Stephen, David. Son Samuel. Son Daniel. Exs., wife Jane and son Stephen Duncan.

U.S. Army Historical Register, 1789-1903, Vol. 2 Alphabetical List of Officers of the Regular Army (From Its Organization, September 29, 1789, to 1903) Who Were Killed or Wounded in Action or Taken Prisoner, With Date and Place.

C. page 91 Coulter, Samuel L., maj 64 Ohio inf.

Revolutionary War Officers Alphabetical List of Officers of the Continental Army C Fifteenth Virginia

page 172: Coulter, Samuel (Pa). Ensign 3d Pennsylvania, 1st April, 1777; resigned 31st October, 1777.

Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War of 1812; Roll of Pennsylvania Volunteers. Privates. : Coulter, Samuel

ROBERT

Full Context of Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800 Prim Name: Joseph Coulter, Taylor Admin Name: Robert Coulter Will Made Date: Will Loc: Heirs Name: Exec/Trus Name: Wit Name: Will Probate Date: [c. 23 Nov 1791] Will Book: Arch. vol. A67 Page: 53-54

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER ROBERT CAPTAIN DORMAN'S CO., DELAWARE MILITIA. CORPORAL CORPORAL 47 602

COULTER ROBERT CAPTAIN GRESHAM'S COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER ROBERT CAPTAIN MORRIS' COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER ROBERT CAPTAIN WRIGHT'S COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

ARCHIBALD

Kentucky Land Grants THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1

CHAPTER IV GRANTS SOUTH OF GREEN RIVER (1797-1866) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 293 Grantee: Coulter, Archibald Acres: 100 Book: 3 Page: 478 Date Survey: 9-13-1803 County: Christian Watercourse: W Fk Red R

THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1 CHAPTER IV GRANTS SOUTH OF GREEN RIVER (1797-1866) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 293

Grantee: Coulter, Jesse Acres: 50 Book: 18 Page: 110 Date Survey: 9-10-1813 County: Logan Watercourse: Drake Cr Kentucky Will Index, Vol. Kentucky Will Index Volume II Todd County, Kentucky 1820-1830

Book: Book A Page: Page 181 Name: Archibald Coulter Probate Date: 10 May 1824

South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 1-20 The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume VI Number 3, Summer, 1978 Early Wills of Camden District (Continued from Vol. 6, p.78) SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.169

Pp. 356-357: Will of John Caskey of Craven County, otherwise called Chaster (sic) in Camden District…to my wife Esther Caskey, 100 acres of this plantation where i now live, then to my daughter Izebell, all the remainder of my land, 350 acres to be divided amongst my four sons; to my daughter Mary Caskey, negro wench Keat; Archibald Coulter and Andrew Graham and wife Ester, Exrs.…19 Sept 1785. John Caskey (LS), Wit: David Graham, Andrew Graham, John Graham

Colonial Families in the U.S Colonial families of the United States of America: Volume 1 ISSUE II. Mary Louisa, b. 3d September, 1878; m. 19th November, 1903, George Archibald COULTER.

HUGH

Full Context of Lancaster, Pennsylvania Probate Index, 1729-1850 AN INDEX TO THE WILL BOOKS AND INTESTATE RECORDS OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 1729-1850 INDEX to the WILL BOOKS OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 1729 - 1850

page 9

Name: Coulter, Hugh Year: 1806 Book: J Volume: 1 Page: 31

JAMES

AN INDEX TO THE WILL BOOKS AND INTESTATE RECORDS OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 1729-1850 INDEX to the WILL BOOKS OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 1729 - 1850 page 9

Name: Coulter, James Year: 1736 Book: A Volume: 1 Page: 23

page 9 Name: Coulter, James Year: 1845 Book: U Volume: 1 Page: 38

page 9 Name: Coulter, John Year: 1845 Book: T Volume: 1 Page: 527

page 9 Name: Coulter, Samuel Year: 1778 Book: C Volume: 1 Page: 526

page 61 Name: Coulter, James Year: 1795

page 61 Name: Coulter, William Year: 1808

MICHAEL

Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War VIRGINIA MILITIA IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR PART III Virginia's Share in the Military Movements of the Revolution page 181

Coulter, Michael, Lt., S. Feb. 20, 1781--2d Battalion.

Virginia Colonial Soldiers List of the Colonial Soldiers of Virginia C. page 31

Coulter, Michael, J. C., May, 1776, 25.

JAMES

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Indentures, 1771-73 ; 04 Nov 1772 John Coulter Ireland James Wilson and his assigns Leacock twp., Lancaster co. Servant 3 yrs. pound 15.0.0.;

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER JAMES RENICK MTD. REG'T, OHIO VOLS. AND MIL. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES 1 REG'T (FERREE'S) PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES 2 REGIMENT MARYLAND MILITIA. FIPER FIPER 47 602

COULTER JAMES 2 REG'T MOUNTED GUNMEN (WILLIAMSON'S), TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES 10 REG'T (BOSWELL'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES 22 REGIMENT MARYLAND MILITIA. MUSICIAN MISICIAN 47 602

JOHN

Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1819

Witness John Coulter Q:405 15 2 1784 24 2 1784 Remarks: Archibald Hays. Army. 15 Feb 1784. 24 Feb 1784. Exec.: Joseph Henszey, Steward of Penn. Hospital. Q:405.

Baltimore, Maryland Tax Records Index, 1798-1808

John Coulter 1799-1800, p. 55

Dr. John Coulter 1798, p. 221; 1799-1800, p. 63; Assessment Book 1800, p. 204; 1801-1803, p. 59; 1804-1808, p. 78

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Indentures, 1771-73

04 Nov 1772 John Coulter Ireland James Wilson and his assigns Leacock twp., Lancaster co. Servant 3 yrs. pound 15.0.0.

04 Nov 1772 John Coulter William Ferguson and his assigns E. Nantmill, Chester co. 3 yrs. pound 15.0.0.

Maryland Revolutionary War Records

Name: John Coulter Birth Date: 1762 Rank: Pvt. Establishment: Maryland Line Loc Service: Name: John Coulter Birth Date: Rank: Pvt. Establishment: Loc Service: Number Acres: 100 Issue Date: 07 May 1806 Number Warrant: 274 Spouse Name New York Military in the Revolution Heading: The Levies -- (Weissenfels) Rank: Enlisted Men Name: John Coulter

NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION AS COLONY AND STATE Heading: Ulster County Militia -- Fourth Regiment -- (Hardenburgh's) Rank: Enlisted Men

Name: John Coulter

NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION AS COLONY AND STATE

Heading: Ulster County Militia -- Fourth Regiment -- (Hardenburgh's) Rank: Enlisted Men

Name: John Coulter, Jr.

War of 1812 Service Records

COULTER JOHN BATTALION ARTILLERY (FORBES'), NEW YORK. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN COMEGYS' DETACHMENT, DELAWARE MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER JOHN CAPT. COX'S COMPANY, OHIO MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN MCCLURE'S REGIMENT, NEW YORK VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN 5 REGIMENT VIRGINIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN 5 REG'T (BOOTH'S) EAST TENNSESSEE MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN M CAPTAIN RODNEY'S COMMAND (1814), DELAWARE MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER JOHN M CAPTAIN WRIGHT'S COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN P 5 REG'T (STERETT'S) MARYLAND MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

Irish Records Index, 1500-1920

COULTER John 1811 Philipsburg Ave, Dublin 593647 D20935 6 of 27

COULTER John & Margaret (als Chamney) 1811 Sheephouse, Meath 595364 M3934 (17) pg 3 17 of 62

COULTER John (Merchant) 1784 Dublin 592954 1163, pg 16 1 of 137

John Coulter was mention in a will Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1819 Remarks: Peter Constantine. July 25, 1815. Jan. 24, 1816. 6.212. To Elizabeth Crozer, now wife of John Boddy, bookbinder. To Cynthia Lauderback, now wife of Daniel Dykes. To friend James John Maguire, whom I appoint Executor. Codicil: Nov. 18, 1815. John Coulter and William Montgomery, merchants of Phila, affirmed.

Remarks: John Delavau. District of Southwark. Phila. Co. Shipwright. March 14, 1815. Aug. 16, 1815. 6.122. To wife Barbara Delavau and two daughters Hannah and Susan Delavau. Partner in business Robert Burton. To second wife, Barbara, and friend John Coulter, of Phila., merchant, in trust for use of five children: Isaac Delavau, Ann Black, Hannah Delavau, Maria Oliver and Susan Delavau, and the children of deceased daughter, Margaret Bryant. Friend John Coulter to be Guardian of such of my children under age. Execs: Said wife Barbara Delavau, John Coulter

Clark, Jane. Phila. Widow. Jan 11, 1812. Oct 30, 1812. 4.199. To her three brothers. Robert, David and Adam Hoop and to sisters Mary Barclay and Margaret Walker. To four children of nephew Robert Barclay, dec'd, son of said sister Mary Barclay viz: Mary, Elizabeth, Thomas, James and Maria Barclay. To nieces Jane Isabella Swan and Martha Hoop Syme. To niece Elizabeth Finney Walker. To niece Maria Isabella Coulter and daughter Mary Jane Coulter. To nephew Daniel Clark of New Orleans the miniature picture of his uncle Daniel Clark, dec'd. To sister-in-law Mary Clark. To sister Mary Clark, to be sent to her daughter Jane Green of Liverpool. To friend Mrs. Hulings. To friend Ellen Campbell. Releases John Barclay. To Mrs. Sarah Barclay, widow of said nephew Robert Barclay. To brother David Hoops. Money due from John S. Wells and Col. Massey of OH. To her emancipated yellow girl Mary Menbrun. Mentions claim on land in OH. Execs: William H. Tod, Esq., and William E. Hulings. Codicil. Claim on lands in KY which she bequeaths to Peyton Harrison of Bunkerville, KY, and to said brother David Hoops and sister Mary Barclay. Codicil Oct 14, 1812. Witnesses to codicil: Geo. Campbell and Anne Frazier. Codicil. Bequeaths to servant girl Elizabeth Orange and to said Mary Mumbrun. Francis Markoe of Phila., merchant to be trustee and guardian of said Mary and Elizabeth. Witnesses to codicil: William E. Hulings, Isabella Moylan.

Sutton, Mary. Phila. Widow of Wollman Sutton, late of said City, Mariner. Oct 9, 1810. Feb 21, 1812. 4.82. All property to niece Elizabeth Mary Douglass wife of Abraham Douglass, now residing at Richnmond, VA, and to her issue, she or they paying to sister Margaret Quirk an annuity. To Elizabeth Mary Douglass daughter of said niece Elizabeth Mary and to Gustavus Douglass also son of said niece. Execs: John Coulter, merchant, and John Douglass, Jr., cabinet maker, both of Phila

Remarks: Clark, Jane. Phila. Widow. Jan 11, 1812. Oct 30, 1812. 4.199. To her three brothers. Robert, David and Adam Hoop and to sisters Mary Barclay and Margaret Walker. To four children of nephew Robert Barclay, dec'd, son of said sister Mary Barclay viz: Mary, Elizabeth, Thomas, James and Maria Barclay. To nieces Jane Isabella Swan and Martha Hoop Syme. To niece Elizabeth Finney Walker. To niece Maria Isabella Coulter and daughter Mary Jane Coulter. To nephew Daniel Clark of New Orleans the miniature picture of his uncle Daniel Clark, dec'd. To sister-in-law Mary Clark. To sister Mary Clark, to be sent to her daughter Jane Green of Liverpool. To friend Mrs. Hulings. To friend Ellen Campbell. Releases John Barclay. To Mrs. Sarah Barclay, widow of said nephew Robert Barclay. To brother David Hoops. Money due from John S. Wells and Col. Massey of OH. To her emancipated yellow girl Mary Menbrun. Mentions claim on land in OH. Execs: William H. Tod, Esq., and William E. Hulings. Codicil. Claim on lands in KY which she bequeaths to Peyton Harrison of Bunkerville, KY, and to said brother David Hoops and sister Mary Barclay. Codicil Oct 14, 1812. Witnesses to codicil: Geo. Campbell and Anne Frazier. Codicil. Bequeaths to servant girl Elizabeth Orange and to said Mary Mumbrun. Francis Markoe of Phila., merchant to be trustee and guardian of said Mary and Elizabeth. Witnesses to codicil: William E. Hulings, Isabella Moylan. Witness John Coulter 4:82 9 10 1810 21 2 1812 Remarks:

Decedent Joseph Coulter Blockley, Philadelphia Co. Weaver S:93 4 2 1781 13 3 1782 Remarks: Coulter, Joseph. Blockley, Co. of Phila. Weaver. Feb 4, 1781. March 13, 1782. S.93. Wife: Mary. Children: Hannah, Sarah, William, Lydia. Exec: Father-in-law: Edward Williams. Brother-in-law: Isaac Warner

Scots-Irish

THE SCOTCH-IRISH OR THE SCOT IN NORTH BRITAIN, NORTH IRELAND, AND NORTH AMERICA

CHAPTER XXXIII THE SCOTTISH PLANTATION OF DOWN AND ANTRIM

John Adair, Thomas Aiken, Widow Alexander, William Alexander, Robert Allan, Andrew Anderson, James Anderson, James Anderson's widow, Robert Anderson, James Aniston, William Armstrong, David Aul, James Aule, Alexander Baillie, Alexander Baily, Edward Baily, James Bailie, John Baily, Esq., William Barclay, James Beatty,--- Beatty's executors, William Beers, James Biglam, James Black, James Blackwood, John Blackwood, John Bleakly, Sr., James Blakely, John Blakely, Jr., James Blany, David Boid, Widow Boid, William Bole, David Boyd, John Bredfoot, Thomas Bradin, Thomas Bradly, Gilbert Brakenrig, Thomas Bradley, Alexander Browne, George Browne, James Browne, Widow Browne, Samuel Browne, William Brown, George Byers, James Byers, Widow Byers, William Byers, John Camlin, John Campbell, Michael Campbell, Robert Campbell, Widow Campbell, James Carmuheall (Carmichael?), M. Carr, Henry Carse, James Caul, James Chambers, Andrew Clarke, James Clarke, John Cleland, Patrick Cleland, Widow Cleland, John Clugston, Widow Cochran, Richard Coney, Thomas Cooper, Widow Cooper, John Corey, Joseph Corsby, Thomas Costbes, THOMAS COULTER, A. Cowden, William Cow-den, Widow Cowey, William Crafford, James Cringle, Hugh Criswill, James Criswill, St., William Criswell, Robert Cudbert, John Cumin, Robert Cunningham, Widow Danison, John Davison, John Daziell, John Delop, Andrew Dixon, Jalnes Dixon, John Doblin, Alexander Dobby, William Donnelson, Widow Dowy, David Duffe, David Duggan, Widow Duggan, James Dunlap, John Dunlap, George Dunn, John Espy, John Fairiss, Captain Fairly, Hugh Fairly, William Fairly, Alexander Ferguson, Hugh Ferguson, Thomas Ferguson, Andrew Finlay, Hans Finlay, John Finlay, Robert Finlay, Nathaniel Forgy, George Forman, George Forrest, James Forrest, Nathaniel Forsythe, William Fullerton, John Gamble, William Gastle, John Gay, Hugh Gervin, Alexander Gibony, John Gibbon, Widow Gibson, WilIiam Gibson, John Gilmore, John Gilpatrick, James Gordon, John Gowdy, schoolmaster, William Gowdy, Widow Greer, Widow Gregg, Hugh Hamil, Esq., Alexander Hamilton, Archibald Hamilton, Arthur Hamilton, Captain Gawen Hamilton, Lieut. Gawin Hamilton, Hugh Hamilton, James Hamilton, John Hamilton, Patrick Hamilton, Robert Hamilton, Robert Hamilton, tailor, Robert Hamilton, merchant, Widow Hamilton, William Hamilton, William Hamilton, Esq., Thomas Hamington, Patrick Hannah, Lodk. Harper, John Harris, Widow Hawthorne, John Hay, John Henderson, John Henry, James Heron, Widow Heron, David Heslip, John Francis Hewart, James Hewitt, William Hewitt, William Hillhouse, William Hogg, ---- Holhouse, John Hollan, David Holland, William Holliday, William Hollyday,---How, Gilbert How, John Hui, John Hunter, Alexander Hutchison, Henry Inch, John Ireland, James Irwin, John Irwin, St., Robert Irwin, John Jackson, John Jenkin, George Johnston, John Johnston, William Johnson,

[p.496]was further required carefully to enroll the men and arms in a book, to be consulted when troops might be needed for active service. From this statement of the author it is evident that a large number of settlers had come with Sir Hugh Montgomery to the Ards during the first four years of his colonization. It is to be regretted that no list of these original settlers can now be found. Among them were several named Orr, who appear to have originally settled in the townlands of BalIyblack and Ballykeel, and were the progenitors of a very numerous connection of this surname throughout the Ards. The earliest recorded deaths in this connection, after their settlement in the Ards, were those of James Orr of Ballyblack, who died in the year 1627, and Janet McClement, his wife, who died in 1636. The descendants, male and female, of this worthy couple were very numerous, and as their intermarriages have been carefully recorded, we have thus fortunately a sort of index to the names of many other families of Scottish settlers in the Ards and Castlereagh. Their descendants in the male line intermarried with the families of Dunlop, Gray, Kennedy, Coulter, Todd, M'Birney, M'Cullough, Campbell, Boyd, Jackson, Walker, Rodgers, Stevenson, Malcomson, King, Ferguson, M'Quoid, Cregg, Bart, M'Munn, Bryson, Johnson, Smith, Carson, M'Kinstry, Busby, M'Kce, Shannon, M'Garock, Hamilton, Cally, Chalmers, Red, M'Roberts, Creighton, M'Whirter, M'Kibben, Cleland, Abernethy, Reid, Agnew, Wilson, Irvine, Lindsay, M'Creary, Porter, Hanna, Taylor, Smyth, Carson, Wallace, Gamble, Miller, Catherwood, Malcolm, M'Cleary, Pollok, Lamont, Frame, Stewart, Minnis, Moorehead, M'Caw, Clark, Patterson, Neilson, Maxwell, Harris, Corbet, Milling, Carr, Winter, Patty, Cumming, M'Connell, M'Gowan. Nearly an equal number of Orrs married wives of their own surname. These numerous descendants, bearing the surname of Orr, resided in Ballyblack, Clontinacally, Killinether, Ballygowan, Ballykeel, MunIough, Bally-been, Castleaverie, Conlig, Lisleen, Bangor, Gortgrib, Granshaw, Killaghey, Gilna-hirk, Ballyalloly, Ballyknockan, Ballycloughan, Tullyhubbert, Moneyrea, Newtownards, Ballymisca, Dundonald, Magherascouse, Castlereagh, Bootin, Lisdoonan, Greyabbey, Ballyrea, Ballyhay, Ballywilliam, Saintfield, Ballymacarrett, Craigantlet, Braniel. The greatest number of the name lived in Ballykeel, Clontinacally, and Ballygowan. The descendants in the female line from James Orr and Janet M'Clement of Ballyblack inter-married with the families of Riddle of Comber, Thomson of Newtownards, Moore of Drum-mon, Orr of Lisleen, Orr of Ballykeel, Murdock of Comber, Irvine of Crossnacreevy, M'Creary of Bangor, Hanna of Conlig, Orr of Bangor, Orr of Ballygowan, M'Munn of Lis-leen, Barr of Lisleen, Davidson of Clontinacally, Jamieson of Killaghey, Martin of Killy-nure, Martin of Gilnahirk, Matthews of ---, Watson of Carryduff, Shaw of Clontinacally, Todd of Ballykeel, Jennings of ---, Davidson of ---, M'Kibbin of Knocknasham, M'Cormick of Ballybeen, M'Cullock of Ballyhanwood, M'Kee of Lisleen, Patterson of Moneyrea, Dunwoody of Madyroe, Barr uf Bangor, M'Gee of Todstown, Burgess of Mady-roe, M'Kinning of Lisnasharock, Gerrit of Ballyknockan, Pettigrew of Ballyknockan, M'Coughry of Ballyknockan, Yates of ---, Shaw of ---, Stevenson of Ballyrush, .M'Kib-bin of Haw, Piper of Comber, Blakely of Madyroe, Orr of Ballyknockan, Stewart of Clon-tinacally, Hamilton of Ballykeel, Dunbar of Slatady, Orr of Ballygowan, Malcolm of Bootan, Porter of Ballyristle, M'Connell of Ballyhenry, Kennedy of Comber, Malcolm of Moat, Orr of Ballykeel, Martin of Ballycloughan, Reid of Ballygowan, Lewis of ---, Orr of Clontinacally, Orr of Florida, M'Creary of ---, Miller of Conlig, Lowry of Bally-macashan, Harris of Ballymelady, Orr of BaIlyknockan, M'Quoid of Donaghadee, Appleton of Conlig, M'Burney of ---, Hanna of Clontinacally, Johnson of Rathfriland, Orr of Bally-keel, Stewart of Clontinacally and Malone, Patterson of Moneyrea and Lisbane, Black of Gortgrib, Hill of Gilnahirk, Murdock of Gortgrif, Kilpatrick of ---., Gregg of ---, Huddlestone of Moneyrea, M'Culloch of Moneyrea, Steel of Maghrescouse, Erskine of Woodlburn, Campbell of ---, White of ---, Clark of Clontinacally, M'Fadden of Clon-tinacally, Hunter of Clontinacally and Ravarra, Orr of Castlereagh, M'Kean of ---, M'Kittrick of Lisleen, Frame of Munlough, Garret of Ballyknockan, Kennedy of Tullygir-

Scots-Irish in Virginia, Vol. 2

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Edward Hall vs. John Coulter--Trespass. Writ, 14th October, 1790. Verdict for plaintiff, 1 penny. John McClure deposes, August 28, 1791, aged about 74 years. Surveys. Deeds in this cause were withdrawn and filed in suit of Beverley vs. Steel. NOTE: from Janet Alexander Coulter wife was said to be Mary Steel before she married her first husband William Moore.

page 276 1763--January 11, Robert Moffett; January 16, John Davison; January 29, John Cartmill; January 31, James Risk; February 12, James Graham; February 20, Philip Phagan; March 24, James Morrison; April 6, William Fleming. Gent.; April 12, William Skillern; April 8, Joseph Robinson; April 28, Hugh Hays, Alexander Guffy; May 2, George Skillern; May 4, Samuel Vance; May 6, John Robinson; May 21, Michael Coulter, William Anderson; June 14, Gilbert Christian; June 15, John Dickson; June 21, William Fimster; June 22, Lanty Graham; August 2, William McCutchen; August 8, Benjamin Harrison; August 16, James Bower; August 23, James Buchanan; August 26. James Moore; September 7, John Young; September 19, William Moore; September 20, Mathew Thompson; September 22, David Laird, Hugh Wardlaw; November 19, Edward McCorgar; November 25, Robert Wilson; December 14, William Foster; May 17, John McElwrath; September 10, William McCutchen; November 28, William Mathews.

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page 303 1787--March 24, Francis Hunter and James Coulter, surety. Francis Hunter and Margaret McCaaley, daughter of Margaret McCaly. Teste: Wm. Brown, David McCaly.

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1791--May 24th, William Downey and Ann McPheeters; May 25th, James McPheeters and Elizabeth Coulter; June 10th, Henry Mowry and Mary Gibson; June 16th, Jacob Shaffer and Margaret Andrews; September 8th, Francis Sponter and Catherine Riddle; October 28th, Audley Campbell and Mary Elliott; November 5th, John McWhorter and Mary McCorkell; November 29th, Samuel Miller and Mary Gratton; December 9th, Edward Bickerstaff and Mary Porter; December 27th, Andrew Hunter and Jean Thompson; December 29th, Mark Hatton and Jean Renaered.

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1782--January 3d, Hugh Lust and Elizabeth McMortrey; January 24th, Samuel McClure and Rosana Steele; March 12th, And. McCampbell and Agnes Chambers; March 12th, David Moor and Janet McClung; May 2d, Alex. Culton and ---- ----; May 6th, Jas. McKee and Janet Talford; May 26th, Sol. McCampbell and Nancy Berry; September 5th, William Asher and Mary McChesney; October 10th, David Campbell and Isabel Beatey; November 28th, Wm. Logan and Jean Coulter.

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Delinquents returned by R. Stuart, Deputy Sheriff, for the year 1779: Joseph Anderson (2 tithables), gone to James River; John Bingham (2 tithables), gone to Botetourt; Hugh Brawford (1 tithable), gone to Rockbridge; James Coulter, not found; Mathew Carethers, gone to Holstein; John Davidson, not found; Anthony Golston, gone to Botetourt; Robert Lesley, gone to Amherst; Alex. Nelson, gone to army; Daniel McMulin, not found; James Ochiltree (2 tithables), gone to Rockbridge; Wm. Purris, not found; Thomas Stephenson (2 tithables), gone to Amherst; Robert Stuart (2 tithables), not found; Philip Scilor, gone to New River; Thomas Tate, gone to Botetourt; John Varner, not found; Andrew Venanger, not found; John Williams, not found; Henry Wardner, not found.

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page 429 Tithables, 1781; William McPheeters's List: Capt. James Bell, Samuel Bell, Sampson Sawyers, Jeremiah Freel, Jno. Young, Geo. Rhimor, Thomas Brown, Nicholas Leek, Francis Garner, Sr., James Hamilton, Jacob Bailor, Wm. Bell, Wm. Hanley, James Peerey, David Jackson, Wm. McCutchan, Wm. Sprowl, John Ott, Jno. McCutchan, Robert McChesney, Samuel Logan, Richard McConnal, Simon Carson, Thos. Rickets, Wm. Thompson, Jno. Kirkpatrick, James McNabb, Thomas Nelson, David Steel, Richard Graves, James Ewing, David Cail, Sr., Jno. Sharp, Sr., James McCleery, John Crawford, James Bell, Jno. Moffett, Wm. Brown, Jacob Kerpenter, Wm. Sterrot, Hugh Brown, Robert Rennick, Robert Brown, Michael McClure, Joseph Gerrison, John Scott, Joseph Trotter, Jno. McPheeters, Charles Berry, Thomas Mines, Jno. Cunningham, James Sprowl, Jno. McKemey, John Logan, Henry Minger, Samuel Clark, Edward Barker, Samuel Rowan, Thomas Eger, Joseph Blair, Jno. Williams, James Gilmore, Sr., Samuel Steel, Jno. Phillips, Benj. Brown, Wm. Burges, Walter Trimble, Geo. Keller, Robt. Trimble, Samuel Gray, John Joanes, Francis Garner, Jr., Alex. McKee, Geo. Curry, Samuel Lowrey, Geo. Peerey, John Peerey, Capt. Samuel McCutchan, Robert Cooper, Joseph Alexander, Robert McKnit, Wm. Usher, George Burton, Thos. Baird, James Clark, Thomas Hinds, Samuel Rusk, Samuel McCutchan, David Cunningham, James Ford, Wm. Ledgerwood, Thomas McNutt, Wm. Springate, Geo. Palmore, Jno. Jackson, Wm. Berry, Nicholas Vininger, James Gregory, Benj. Brown, Daniel Freel, James Brown, Jacob Deford, Samuel Brown, James Riddan, Benj. Joanes, Joseph Riddenhouse, James Trimble, John Clark, Wm. Cail, Geo. Berry, Wm. McPheeters, Francis Hull, Wm. Fultain, Robert Rush, Jacob Patton, Thomas Rankin, Robert Harris, Samuel McCutchan, Wm. Woods, James Rowan, Robert Bell, Capt. Jno. Cunningham, Mathew Wilson, Jno. Workman, James Gilmore, Jr., Arthur Hamilton, John Hamilton. James Trotter, Sr., Jno. Sharp, Wm. Shields, Sr., Wm. Scott, Coonrod Slusher, Jacob Nightover, Robert Wallace, Wm. Bell, Jno. Brown, James Cunningham, Samuel Haws, Frederick Fisher, Benj. Finley, Robert Commings, Elizabeth Stuart, Wm. Hamilton, Frances Haywood, Wm. McClintock, Jno. Hanley, Michael Coulter, Jno. Trimble, Jno. Summers, Ulrick Fulwader, Isaac Mines, Jacob Fulwader, James Conningham, Geo. Jameson, Wm. Hunter, Wm. Baird, Wm. Seewright, David Buckwhannon, Jacob Cail, Philip Olinger, Sr., Joseph Nelson, Robert Patterson, James Hathorn, David Trotter, Deeter Cail, Abraham Goodpaster, Samuel McCleerey, Moses Hays, Robert Hanah, Jno. Sumers, Martha Downey, Wm. Shields, Jr., Robert Clark, James Phillips, Jno. Brown, James Cunningham, Samuel Haws, Robert Wallace, Wm. Bell, Martin Dickson, James Elliott, Jno. Brown, Samuel Rennick, Valentine Joanes, Wm. Crawford, Deeter Lowrey, Wm. Allen, Jno. Tilley, Jno. Trimble, Alex. McElroy, James McKnit, James McChesney, Robert Lester, Wm. Rush, Wm. Logan, Alex. Sprowl, Patrick Haul, James Ewing, Wm. Buckwhannon, David Cail, Wm. Blair, Philip Olinger, Jr., James Callison, Walter Cunningham, Thos. McGragor, Jno. Vinmger, Samuel Moffett, James Trotter, Jr., James Crow.

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page 444 Page 179.--1756: Processioned in Capt. Israel Christian's Company by John Henderson and Wm. Baskins, viz: For Rev. John Craig, for Daniel Denniston, for James Wallace, for David Bell, for Robert Poage, for John Anderson, for Andrew Russell, for John Hutcheson, for Patrick McCollum, for James Coyle, for Geo. Anderson, for Robert Patterson, for Mathew Armstrong. for William Lewis, for James Lesley, for Archibald Hamilton, for John Poage, for Mr. Shodder, for Wm. Bell, for Wm. Wallace, for Robert McClenachan, for Alex. Wright, for Samuel Wilson, for John Cunningham, for Alex. McNite, for John Black, for Nathan Gililand, for John Bigham, for John Coulter, for John Buchanan, for Elijah McClenachan, for Robert Breckinridge, for Wm. Baskins, for Widow Crawford, for Joans Henderson, for Andrew Scott, for John Henderson.

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Page 287.--1760: Processioned by Reagh and Huston: For James Walker, for James Robison, for James Moore, for Charles Hays, for Andrew Hays, for Samuel Dunlap, for Wm. Porter, for Robert Ealson, for James Anderson, for Jacob Anderson, for Wm. Young, for Alex. Walker, for Alex. Walker. Sr., for Robert Hurt, for John Edmiston, for James Buchanan, for William and Robert Buchanan, for Samuel Hayes, for John Robertson, for Mathew Robertson, for Widow Bell, for James Coulter, for John Buntin, for Wm. Buchanan, for Andrew Buchanan, for Alex. Miller, for John Wallace, for Samuel Buchanan, for Wm. Reaoh, for Joseph Culton, for John Walker, for Wm. Porter, for Robert Catton (Cotton), for John Hurt (Hart).

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Page (490) Hemp certificates: John Patterson, John Moore, John Parks, Tim. Caul, Wm. McClellon, Wm. Bear, Wm. Campbell, Michael Coulter, Nathan Peoples, James McCrary, Rob. Whitley, James Hays.

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Page (203) James Lynch, runaway servant of Rob. Stephenson; Wm. Wooldridge, runaway servant of Michael Coulter; Joseph Webb, runaway servant of Joseph Moore. NOTE FROM JANET Could this be another link for Alexander Coulter of NC

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Page (164) Constable on Walker's Creek--Michael Coulter.

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page 176 : Page (231) Hugh Kelso, vice Michael Coulter--Constable.

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page 219 : Page (325) Michael Coulter qualified Lieutenant. George Anderson qualified Ensign. George Barry, William McPheeters and John Campbell qualified overseers of the poor.

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page 264 Page (383) Andrew Coulter, orphan, to be bound to Smith Thompson.

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page 267 (11-12) Andrew Coulter, orphan, to be bound to Abraham Grove, to learn the art and mystery of a saddler.

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page 286 (88-91) A fight took place in Court between John Coulter and Alex. Gibson, Esquires--bound to peace.

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page 300 John Stephen vs. Robert Gamble.--Debt on bond dated 20th November, 1746. "I, Robert Gamble, of County of Bucks, in Pennsylvania." Robert (mark x) Gamble. Witnesses, James Coulter, James Halliday.

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page 370 Brown vs. Brown.--Chancery writ dated 1st April, 1771. Robert Brown and Rebecca Brown, late Rebecca Gardner, formerly the wife of Thomas Gardner, deceased, and Francis Gardner, eldest son and heir-at-law of said Thomas Gardner, orators. In 1763, Thomas Gardner and John Brown purchased a tract of land from John Coulter, in Beverly Manor. Deeds were made in September, 1763. Shortly after, Thomas Gardner died intestate, leaving above widow and son and heir. John Brown entered and took possession by survivorship and died, devising the land to his sons John and Hugh, with provision that his son James should make a deed to his brothers. It is charged that John Brown and Thomas Gardner agreed there should be no survivorship. Prayer for division. John, Jr., was younger brother of Hugh Brown. Hugh was infant at his father's death. John was not 15 years old at his father's death.

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page 16 Page 228.--1st March, 1749. Andrew Martin's appraisement, by Andrew Pickens, James Walker, James Coulter.

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page 79 Page 260.--2d June, 1762. James Armstrong's will--To James Armstrong, son to son William; to son William; to Geo. Rutledge, son to Thos. Rutledge; to Elizabeth Rutledge; to Thos. Rutledge and Wm. Armstrong, what remains in Carlany; wife. Executors, Walter Davis and Jas. Bell. Teste: Jno. Coulter, Geo. Marshall, Thos. Rutledge. Proved, June 21, 1763, by Jno. Coulter and Geo. Marshall. Executors refused to execute. Administration granted eldest son William, who qualifies with Abraham Smith, Saml. Cloyd, Ninian Cloyd.

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page 104 Page 113.--17th April, 1766. William Kelly's will--To wife, Margaret; to son, Samuel; to son, Anthony; to son, John; to daughter, Margaret; to daughter, Elizabeth McElwrath; to daughter, Rebecca. Executors, wife Margaret, son Anthony and Andw. Hays. Teste: John Hays, John Moore, David Scott. Proved, 17th May, 1768, by Hays and Moore. Margaret and Anthony Kelly qualified, with Alex. Walker and James Coulter. [p.104]

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. WILL BOOK NO. V. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 126 Page 27.--17th November, 1772. Recorded. Thomas Bradon's appraisement by James Steel, John Coulter, Hugh McClure.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. WILL BOOK NO. V. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 133 Page 196.--1st November, 1773. Archibald Reach, Jr.'s, will--To wife, Margaret; to children. Executors, wife and Uncle Archibald Reah. Teste: Michael Coulter, William Reah, James Clark. Proved, 15th March, 1774, by Coulter and Reah. Executors qualify (Margaret -- her mark) with Thomas Hill, William Reagh.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 WILL BOOK NO. VII. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 180 Page 65.--8th March, 1788. John Coulter's will, aged about 68 years--To wife; to son, David; to son, John; to 3 daughters, Bety Ray, Bett Best, Nancy Beaton; to daughter, Mary Best; to sons, James and Joseph; to daughters, Nancy Beaton, Bety Reay, Bell Best, Mary Best; to grandson, John Coulter, Joseph's son. Executors, son David and Walter Davis. Teste: Edward Hall, Mathew Allexander. Proved, 17th June, 1788, by the witnesses, and 15th July, 1788, David Coulter qualifies and leave reserved for Davis to qualify later.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 WILL BOOK NO. VII. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 188 Page 235.--1788. The estate of John Coulter, deceased, to David Coulter, executor; 1789, paid Joseph, John. James, Isabella Coulter, David Rhea, James Best, Francis Best, Jno. Bratton.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 WILL BOOK NO. VII. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 196 Page 414.--18th March, 1791. Agreement between James Brownlee, John McCutchan, and John McCutchan, Jr. (teste: James Wardlaw, Samuel McCutchan, Asher Waterman). Commissioners appointed on motion of James Brownlee, administrator of Andrew Duncan, to examine the accounts of the estate, report that they find the accounts in confusion on account of the marriage of Andrew Duncan's widow with William McCutchan, and also confused the accounts of above McCutchan, Jr. and Sr., administrators of William McCutchan, who is dead; they agree to leave all questions (including estate of the deceased wife of both Duncan and McCutchan) to these, viz: Zachariah Johnston, Jno. Tate, Joseph Bell, Jr.; Michael Coulter, John Cunningham. The(y) report there is the sum of £21.12.9 coming to each legatee of Duncan. Elizabeth Buchanan has received £34.6.1. Mary Craig has received £26.11, Janet Edminston £26.6/0, Jane McKiney £22, Florence Brownlee £23.10/0. Jane McKinney shall receive £4 more than others due from David Craig and that his receipt be delivered to Mr. John McKinney for that purpose.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 2. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 271 Page 74.--21st September, 1748. Isaac McCullagh to John Coulter, 230 acres in Beverley Manor; corner ye Christians, James Caldwell, John Davidson. Teste: Wm. Henderson, Thos. Gordon, Margaret, wife of Isaac.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 2. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 275 Page 327.--28th November, 1749. John Coulter to John Lusk, 230 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner Christian. Corner James Caldwell, William Armstrong's line. Isabell, wife of Jno. Coulter. Teste: James Henderson, Andrew Alexander.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 3. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 290 Page 69.--28th November, 1750. Wm. Nutt to John Buchanan, 416 1/2 acres dated 27th July, 1744, part of 650 acres conveyed by Beverley by decree of Orange Co. Same land involved in suit in Orange, Nutt vs. Gibbins Jennings and Wm. Beverley, conveyed by Beverley to Nutt, 13th August, 1745; corner John Coulter, Mill Creek; corner James McCorkals, etc., water grist mill. Eleanor, wife of Wm. Nutt. Teste: Andrew Cowan, John Rutledge, Francis Beatey.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 3. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 291 Page 72.--28th November, 1750. Wm. Nutt to John Coulter, 210 acres, part of 650, above; part of above, Robert McClenachan's line; corner to graveyard of John Breckinridge, who was murdered by the Indians. [p.291]

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 11. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 402 Page 373.--14th September, 1763. John ( ) Coulter and Isbell ( ) to John Brown and Thomas Gardner, £140, 210 acres in Beverley Manor, purchased by John Coulter from William Nutt, 28th November, 1750, on Mill Creek; Robert McClenachan's line, corner James McCorkle; corner to graveyard of John Breckinridge, who was murdered by the Indians; corner John Buchanan's land. Delivered: Thos. Brown, May, 1771.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 11. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 421 Page 827.--18th March, 1765. Adam ( ) Murray to John Coulter, £75, 200 acres in Beverley Manor, pines in the Barrons, Jno. McClure's line. Delivered: Joseph Coulton, July, 1772.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 13. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 443 Page 13.--21st August, 1766. James ( ) Coulter to Michael Coulter, £40. 212 acres on Hays Creek; corner Wm. Reagh (Raigh, Reaigh). Teste: Alex. Stewart, Alex. Walker. Delivered: Michael Coulter, 31st June, 1773. [p.443]

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 15. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 485 Page 418.--20th June, 1769. Henry Picket and Jean to Hugh Donaghoe, £10, 174 acres on a draft of North River of Shanandoe, corner Robert McMahon. Teste: John McMahon, James Coulter, Samuel Erwin. Delivered: Hugh Donaho, 8th March, 1775.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. XVII. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 507 Page 126.--28th March, 1771. John Buchanan and Margret ( ) to Patrick Buchanan, £300, 176 acres in Beverley Manor, corner John Coulter; corner John Buchanan; corner William Curry. Delivered: Pat. Buchanan, 16th February, 1773.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. XVII. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 508 Page 157.--19th February, 1771. James Walker and Mary ( ) to Hugh Kelso, £10, 26 acres adjoining land Hugh now lives on, Borden's patent line. Teste: John Hay. Joseph Walker, Michael Coulter, John Walker. Delivered: Hugh Kelso, 30th August, 1785.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. XVII. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 515 Page 516.--20th November, 1771. Same to James Coulter, £45, 300 acres in Beverley Manor, corner Andrew Campbel, Stuarts line. Delivered: Joseph Coulter, July, 1772.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 18. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 524 Page 449.--19th August, 1772. Beverley to John Coulter. Delivered to David Coalter, 19th May, 1803, which said land was willed to him by said John Coalter, his father, signed David ( ) Coalter. Teste: Samuel Crutchfield. [p.524]

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 25. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 576 Page 300.--15th November. . Patrick Hays, of Lincoln County, Virginia. to John Greenlee, of Rockbridge County, power attorney to sell tract on Halfway Creek. Teste: Michael Coulter, Hugh Fulton.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 26. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

page 581 Page 68.--28th May, 1787. Michael Coulter to Philip Dalby, of Fairfax County. Delivered to Col. Robert Gamble. Teste: Thomas Swarm, Francis Peyton, John Reynolds.

Old and New Monongahela River Valley History Historical Address.

page 25: [p.24] By the provisions of the act incorporating the borough into a city, its boundaries were considerably enlarged, adding thereby much to the population, and increasing the number of scholars in the public schools. This fact had much to do in originating the necessity of this grand edifice, now under the process of dedication. This building needs no eulogy from me; it speaks for itself in tones that will reverberate through generations yet unborn. When this valley, with its hundred villages, smoking with the fires of industry, shall quake with the thunderings of the iron horse as it drives with lightning speed its human freight from ocean to ocean, this house will be pointed to as the proudest monument to science between the rising and setting sun. Long after the drapery of the grave shall have enshrouded them, the names of Williams, Beaver, King, Hammond, Shepler, Linn, Blythe, Teeters, Alexander, Coulter, Hartrick and others connected therewith, will have an abiding place in the future. The contractors, too, Nell Blythe & Co., will not be forgotten, when future generations shal1 make up their jewels of rejoicing. We cannot refrain from turning aside for a moment and pointing you to some interesting features in the life of our old friend and schoolmate, Win. Coulter. More than half a century ago we together attended the old Colhoon school, near the late residence of Abe Hull. He has been so long identified with this community in all its interests, and especially in that of its public schools, that his nature has had much to do in moulding the disposition and tastes of the people. He was born November 11, 1817, in Catsburg, in the old house still standing on the corner of the street leading to the cemetery. He came on the stage of life, it will thus be seen, about the time in the history of that village when "Biddie Caldwell" held queenly sway. He first attended school in an old house long since passed into the river, near the residence of the late Judge Hill. His next school was that of Miss Burke, who kept in an old house on the Bollman lot, near the residence of the late Noble Woodward. Among the scholars were his brother Ralph and Joseph Woodward. He [p.25] also attended John Dunning's school, kept in the red house already named, where the Peoples Bank stands. In 1827 he attended school in the old house in the rear of the grocery of D. H. Williams, where Gabriel Silverthorn lived long ago. Early in 1828 he attended the old Colhoon school. In 1830 he went to school to a man named Hepburn, who, with his two daughters, taught a semi-graded school in the old Dorcas Cooper house. Mrs. Margaret S1oan was one of the scholars, and has very vivid recollections of the teachers. After the adoption of the common school system he was a scholar at the Irish Lewis school on Marshall's hill. The last school he ever attended was taught by Moses Arthurs, on the Yough river, near Robbin's mill. At the close of this school he considered himself a graduate in the "Single Rule of Three," and congratulated himself, no doubt, that after years of hard study in many schools of learning, he had at length acquired sufficient proficiency in that Rule as to qualify him for the carpenter trade. He began to learn his trade with a Mr. Kelly, but made poor progress, owing to the fact that Kelly did not have anything to do. This did not suit the young apprentice as well as it would boys now-a-days, so he left Kelly and engaged with Amos Robbins to learn the millwright trade. It soon, however, struck William that curves, wheels and spindles would not lead rapidly to wealth, so he suddenly, with rule and square, set out for himself on his first track, and how well he has pursued it ever since, let the result of skill all over this neighborhood bear the testimony. He is with us to-night, and although his first love of a schoolhouse has been superceded, he delights to dwell on the beauties of this grand palace. He has been a school director in his native town back to the time to which memory runneth not to the contrary. He has seen the old building across the way come and answer its day. Although in appearance he looks hale and robust, a twinkle of the eye readily detects the fact that the weight of years is upon him. God bless yon Wm. Coulter.

page 25: [p.24] By the provisions of the act incorporating the borough into a city, its boundaries were considerably enlarged, adding thereby much to the population, and increasing the number of scholars in the public schools. This fact had much to do in originating the necessity of this grand edifice, now under the process of dedication. This building needs no eulogy from me; it speaks for itself in tones that will reverberate through generations yet unborn. When this valley, with its hundred villages, smoking with the fires of industry, shall quake with the thunderings of the iron horse as it drives with lightning speed its human freight from ocean to ocean, this house will be pointed to as the proudest monument to science between the rising and setting sun. Long after the drapery of the grave shall have enshrouded them, the names of Williams, Beaver, King, Hammond, Shepler, Linn, Blythe, Teeters, Alexander, Coulter, Hartrick and others connected therewith, will have an abiding place in the future. The contractors, too, Nell Blythe & Co., will not be forgotten, when future generations shal1 make up their jewels of rejoicing. We cannot refrain from turning aside for a moment and pointing you to some interesting features in the life of our old friend and schoolmate, Win. Coulter. More than half a century ago we together attended the old Colhoon school, near the late residence of Abe Hull. He has been so long identified with this community in all its interests, and especially in that of its public schools, that his nature has had much to do in moulding the disposition and tastes of the people. He was born November 11, 1817, in Catsburg, in the old house still standing on the corner of the street leading to the cemetery. He came on the stage of life, it will thus be seen, about the time in the history of that village when "Biddie Caldwell" held queenly sway. He first attended school in an old house long since passed into the river, near the residence of the late Judge Hill. His next school was that of Miss Burke, who kept in an old house on the Bollman lot, near the residence of the late Noble Woodward. Among the scholars were his brother Ralph and Joseph Woodward. He [p.25] also attended John Dunning's school, kept in the red house already named, where the Peoples Bank stands. In 1827 he attended school in the old house in the rear of the grocery of D. H. Williams, where Gabriel Silverthorn lived long ago. Early in 1828 he attended the old Colhoon school. In 1830 he went to school to a man named Hepburn, who, with his two daughters, taught a semi-graded school in the old Dorcas Cooper house. Mrs. Margaret S1oan was one of the scholars, and has very vivid recollections of the teachers. After the adoption of the common school system he was a scholar at the Irish Lewis school on Marshall's hill. The last school he ever attended was taught by Moses Arthurs, on the Yough river, near Robbin's mill. At the close of this school he considered himself a graduate in the "Single Rule of Three," and congratulated himself, no doubt, that after years of hard study in many schools of learning, he had at length acquired sufficient proficiency in that Rule as to qualify him for the carpenter trade. He began to learn his trade with a Mr. Kelly, but made poor progress, owing to the fact that Kelly did not have anything to do. This did not suit the young apprentice as well as it would boys now-a-days, so he left Kelly and engaged with Amos Robbins to learn the millwright trade. It soon, however, struck William that curves, wheels and spindles would not lead rapidly to wealth, so he suddenly, with rule and square, set out for himself on his first track, and how well he has pursued it ever since, let the result of skill all over this neighborhood bear the testimony. He is with us to-night, and although his first love of a schoolhouse has been superceded, he delights to dwell on the beauties of this grand palace. He has been a school director in his native town back to the time to which memory runneth not to the contrary. He has seen the old building across the way come and answer its day. Although in appearance he looks hale and robust, a twinkle of the eye readily detects the fact that the weight of years is upon him. God bless yon Wm. Coulter.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA The Monongahela City Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr

page 124: 8th. The present building is the third house of worship owned by the society, and the eighth place where it has held regular meetings. The initial steps towards securing this site and putting up this building were taken in 1864, when Rev. Ezra Hingely was pastor. The building committee appointed [p.124] by the Quarterly conference was composed of O. C. House, R. M. Clark, Daniel Pierce, Alexander Scott, E. L. King, R. Stockdale, Joseph Alexander, James Williams, John Blythe, Cyrus Underwood, Robert Coulter, Joel T. Ferree, Isaac Jones, Col. Joseph Taylor, C. R. Stuckslager and S. P. Keller. The present site was purchased from Messrs. John and Henry Shaefer. In 1867 the lecture room was finished, opened, dedicated and used, and in 1878 the main audience room. Rev. Dr. W. A. Davidson officiated in the dedication of the lecture room and the pastor and Rev. A. B. Leonard in that of the main audience room. The building and lot cost about $45,000. It is now about seventy years since Methodism was planted in this place, and this fine building is a monument both of its spirit and its activity.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Hon. Daniel Van Voohris. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr

page 195 Abraham was born February 1, 1S12; married Mary Carson, now deceased. They lived for many years on the farm now owned by Robert Coulter, in Carroll township. He removed many years ago to Illinois, where he again married, and where he died June 14, 1886.

Old and New Monongahela River Valley History Early Farming. page 12 The primitive farming was done either with oxen or horses, as it suited the taste and ability of the owner. The ground [p.12] after being cleared was soft and easily turned up by the homemade plow, consisting of a straight beam and handles, with a wooden mould-board, the share and coulter alone being iron. The harrow was triangular in shape, as often we see in modern days, but the teeth were of wood and the frame of hewn timber. The gears were principally at first such as were brought with the settler from the east, but the new ones, and repairing was made from ropes, home-made out of tow, which was the second quality of flax.

Historical Address. page 25 [p.24] By the provisions of the act incorporating the borough into a city, its boundaries were considerably enlarged, adding thereby much to the population, and increasing the number of scholars in the public schools. This fact had much to do in originating the necessity of this grand edifice, now under the process of dedication. This building needs no eulogy from me; it speaks for itself in tones that will reverberate through generations yet unborn. When this valley, with its hundred villages, smoking with the fires of industry, shall quake with the thunderings of the iron horse as it drives with lightning speed its human freight from ocean to ocean, this house will be pointed to as the proudest monument to science between the rising and setting sun. Long after the drapery of the grave shall have enshrouded them, the names of Williams, Beaver, King, Hammond, Shepler, Linn, Blythe, Teeters, Alexander, Coulter, Hartrick and others connected therewith, will have an abiding place in the future. The contractors, too, Nell Blythe & Co., will not be forgotten, when future generations shal1 make up their jewels of rejoicing. We cannot refrain from turning aside for a moment and pointing you to some interesting features in the life of our old friend and schoolmate, Win. Coulter. More than half a century ago we together attended the old Colhoon school, near the late residence of Abe Hull. He has been so long identified with this community in all its interests, and especially in that of its public schools, that his nature has had much to do in moulding the disposition and tastes of the people. He was born November 11, 1817, in Catsburg, in the old house still standing on the corner of the street leading to the cemetery. He came on the stage of life, it will thus be seen, about the time in the history of that village when "Biddie Caldwell" held queenly sway. He first attended school in an old house long since passed into the river, near the residence of the late Judge Hill. His next school was that of Miss Burke, who kept in an old house on the Bollman lot, near the residence of the late Noble Woodward. Among the scholars were his brother Ralph and Joseph Woodward. He [p.25] also attended John Dunning's school, kept in the red house already named, where the Peoples Bank stands. In 1827 he attended school in the old house in the rear of the grocery of D. H. Williams, where Gabriel Silverthorn lived long ago. Early in 1828 he attended the old Colhoon school. In 1830 he went to school to a man named Hepburn, who, with his two daughters, taught a semi-graded school in the old Dorcas Cooper house. Mrs. Margaret S1oan was one of the scholars, and has very vivid recollections of the teachers. After the adoption of the common school system he was a scholar at the Irish Lewis school on Marshall's hill. The last school he ever attended was taught by Moses Arthurs, on the Yough river, near Robbin's mill. At the close of this school he considered himself a graduate in the "Single Rule of Three," and congratulated himself, no doubt, that after years of hard study in many schools of learning, he had at length acquired sufficient proficiency in that Rule as to qualify him for the carpenter trade. He began to learn his trade with a Mr. Kelly, but made poor progress, owing to the fact that Kelly did not have anything to do. This did not suit the young apprentice as well as it would boys now-a-days, so he left Kelly and engaged with Amos Robbins to learn the millwright trade. It soon, however, struck William that curves, wheels and spindles would not lead rapidly to wealth, so he suddenly, with rule and square, set out for himself on his first track, and how well he has pursued it ever since, let the result of skill all over this neighborhood bear the testimony. He is with us to-night, and although his first love of a schoolhouse has been superceded, he delights to dwell on the beauties of this grand palace. He has been a school director in his native town back to the time to which memory runneth not to the contrary. He has seen the old building across the way come and answer its day. Although in appearance he looks hale and robust, a twinkle of the eye readily detects the fact that the weight of years is upon him. God bless yon Wm. Coulter. View full context THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Life Of William Colhoun. page 45 Disappointed, but not discouraged, the young Irishman made rapid pace to his cousin William, in Clarksville, Greene country, in whose store he remained two years. At the expiration of this time, Samuel Clark, proprietor of the town, and his brother, Robert Clark, of Brownsville, sent him to New Orleans with a flat boat loaded with flour and whiskey. The late Captain Samuel Clark, son of the above Robert Clark, was one of the crew attached to the flat boat. They left Millsborough in February, 1821, and returned in due time, coming up on the first steamboat that ever run on the lower Mississippi; that [p.44] being her second trip up. The boat could not get further than Louisville, at which point they embarked on a small boat for Cincinnati. Here they found the river too low for any boat, and they were compelled to buy horses on which they made the rest of the journey by way of Zanesville, where Colhoun had a cousin in the person of the wife of the Rev. Culbertson, a Presbyterian minister, with whom they tarried a day. On his return he obtained employment in the then small town of Washington as a clerk in the store of the late Alexander Reed, father of C. M. Reed, esq., who kept store on the same corner which his son now occupies. Colhoun now had his residence for the first time in Washington county. He was married in 1823 to Ruth Clark, daughter of Jetta and Hannah Clark, who lived midway between Millsborough and Clarksville. She was born in the same township February 28, 1795. After close confinement in Reed's store for two years, William's health began to fail. Not being able to work at manual labor, the physicians advised him to teach a country school where he would be compelled to walk daily not less than five miles. As near as we can find out it was about this time he got married, and moved to a house on the farm of Mr. Harmon, near David Kerr's, on Pigeon creek, in which neighborhood he taught his first school. He in succession lived and taught school at Benjamin Parkinson's, near Dunningsville, at William Jones's, near Ginger Hill, and whilst living here he taught at the Dutch meeting house school house. From the farm of William Jones he moved to Jetta McKelvey's, on Mingo, near John Witherow's, a brother of the late Samuel Witherow, who was the father of John Witherow, of the old blacksmith stand near Curtin school house. In the Spring of 1829 he moved to the old house that stood where the present residence of Robert Coulter now stands, then owned by the late Daniel Van Voorhis, and so long occupied by his son Abraham, now of Illinois. It was during this summer that he taught his first school in the famous old log school house near the present residence of Van Shannon, on Taylor's Ran. This house was the first building [p.45] erected especially for school purposes in all that neighborhood, and perhaps in all the old township of Fallowfield. The school houses generally in Western Pennsylvania at that time were "waste houses," unfit for any other purpose. This log house, was the successor of the old house that stood on the old road leading to Hair's mill, in which Thomas Heslep, of Horse Shoe, and a Miss Crawford taught. This first log schoolhouse was built by general consent, and subscription paid by labor in building it.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Horse Shoe Bottom Church, Williamsport (Monongahela City.) page 60 The brick row now owned by Wm. Coulter was not yet built. The old frame building opposite this row was the brewery of Samuel Devore. The old frame house near the school house referred to was the residence of the widow of the late Elias Watkins, who was a brother of the first wife of Abraham Van Voorhis. The old frame house, burned years ago, above the brick, known in early days as the Swartz house, was the residence of Asher Van Kirk, who carried on the chairmaking business. The old tavern house near the mouth of the creek was among the first buildings on the island after its sale to James Manown. By this sale the ferry went into the hands of James Manown and was no longer the Parkison Ferry. After grave consideration the Carroll board of directors determined to erect in each sub-district a stone or brick school house. The Harlem house on the Judge Baird farm, the Columbia, the Horse Shoe, on the road from the Baptist church to Columbia, the stone house at the forks of the road above Markell's distillery, one near Ginger Hill, one on the farm of Samuel Keenan, one on the farm of Isaac Van Voorhis, the [p.60] double house adjoining the old Presbyterian church in Williamsport and the one on the island, long since passed into the river, were the houses erected under the resolution. The one in Catzburg was afterwards determined upon, as the population increased. It may be that a house was built near the Dutch meeting house under the first resolution. The stone school house, now converted into a two-storied dwelling, was built by Elgy Van Voorhis, now an extensive farmer and cattle dealer in Greene county. The plastering was done by Col. A. T. Gregg, who taught the first school in the house. The one on the farm of Van Voorhis was built by the late David Phillips, brother of Capt. Robert Phillips; the price was $200.00. Cheapness was the great desideratum in building, and the history of these houses attested the impolicy of such an idea. These houses as to comfort were in advance of their predecessors, having board seats and glass in the windows, with shutters, also a chimney for a stove, an innovation on the time-honored fireplace. The people as well as directors began to select teachers in some measure on account of their qualifications, although no formal examination was required. The next series of school houses in this township was frame, excepting the stone one on the Brownsville road near the residence of the late Francis Nelson.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Historical Address Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 103 Mrs. Jane Biddle, Mrs. John Philips, Mrs. Ellen Bowman, Mrs. Nancy Smith, Wm. Coulter, Joseph P. Warne, S. B. Bently and Joseph Woodward are the oldest residents of this city. View full context THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Historical Address Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 115 [p.115] Joseph P. Warne, William Coulter, S. B. Bentley and Mrs. Jane Biddle have always had a continuous residence within the limits of this city, and are perhaps more conversant with its early history than any other persons. View full context View full context THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA The Monongahela City Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 124 8th. The present building is the third house of worship owned by the society, and the eighth place where it has held regular meetings. The initial steps towards securing this site and putting up this building were taken in 1864, when Rev. Ezra Hingely was pastor. The building committee appointed [p.124] by the Quarterly conference was composed of O. C. House, R. M. Clark, Daniel Pierce, Alexander Scott, E. L. King, R. Stockdale, Joseph Alexander, James Williams, John Blythe, Cyrus Underwood, Robert Coulter, Joel T. Ferree, Isaac Jones, Col. Joseph Taylor, C. R. Stuckslager and S. P. Keller. The present site was purchased from Messrs. John and Henry Shaefer. In 1867 the lecture room was finished, opened, dedicated and used, and in 1878 the main audience room. Rev. Dr. W. A. Davidson officiated in the dedication of the lecture room and the pastor and Rev. A. B. Leonard in that of the main audience room. The building and lot cost about $45,000. It is now about seventy years since Methodism was planted in this place, and this fine building is a monument both of its spirit and its activity.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA The Monongahela City Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 129 The earliest Methodists in this place held their meetings in private houses or in rented buildings. This continued for thirteen years, or from the origin of the movement, in 1813, to the year 1826. In the beginning of that period, AEneas Graham, as already seen, was class leader, and John P. Shugart class steward. At the end of that period, as nearly as can be ascertained, there were three classes, led respectively by AEneas Graham, Asher Vankirk and James Mills. In 1826 William Jones, AEneas Graham and Robert Beebe, appointed a committee by the Quarterly Conference of the Beallsville Circuit, for the purchase of a three-story building standing on the river bank, and had it remodeled and made into a two-story church. It seems fairly certain that during the nine years of worship David Sherbondy was added to the list of class leaders, making in all probability a fourth class. It is impossible at this day to tell who were stewards during the period when the appointment remained a part of Beallsville circuit. Some of the Trustees holding the property on the river bank were Wm. Jones, AEneas Graham, Robert Beebe, Asher Vankirk, Joseph Alexander and William and John Herron. James Mills was a local preacher. The removal of the society from the church on the river bank to the new church on the corner of Race and Chess streets took place in May, 1835. The Trustees that then existed and that have since been elected, are as follows: AEneas Graham, A. Vankirk, J. Alexander, James Mills, Cyrus Underwood, John Herron, James Williams, David Williams, H. M. Bentley, Charles Rose, James Officer, Wm. Cott, R. M. Clark, Robert Coulter, Hiram Filson, J. F. Ferree, O. C. House, James [p.129] Allen, R. F. Cooper,

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA The Monongahela City Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 131 The school was organized and Thomas Collins, Esq., deceased, its first superintendent, served from 1827 to 1833, then Abraham Hull in 1833. David Sherbundy in 1834, William Mills in 1836, William Herron in 1838, John Herron in 1840, Joel T. Ferree in 1843, Cyrus Underwood in 1844, Robert McLardy in 1845-47, brother-in-law of Raphael Coulter; William Cott in 1848, Cyrus Underwood in 1854-57, R. M. Clark in 1852, Cyrus Black in 1855-56, Joel T. Ferree in 1857-58, S. B. Bentley in 1859-60, O. C. House in 1861, [p.131] S. B. Bentley and F.F. Kernan in 1862, F. F. Kernan in 1863, O. C. House in 1864, Dr. E. L. King in 1865, F. F. Kernan in 1866, Dr. J. W. L. Rabe in 1867, S: B. Bentley in 1868, R. H. Young in 1870-71, J. D. Hammond in 1872, R. H. Young in 1873, S. B. Bentley in 1874, R. H. Young in 1875-76, J.P. Taylor in 1877-83. Owing to the records of the Sabbath school prior to the year 1862 being lost, we can give no positive history of the number of officers, teachers or scholars of the school. The first we get is April 13, 1862, when the attendance was 208; at that time there were 9 officers, 27 teachers, and a total membership of 312.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Cyrus Underwood Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 136 The lot was purchased from Henry Fulton. The house cost $7,000. Johnson Baird and William Wilson did the stone and brick work, whilst the veteran contractor, William Coulter, with us to-night, did the carpenter work. It was opened for school in the fall of 1853. Andrew Brown, now of the "Forks," and T. R. Hazzard, just returned from West Newton, were the first teachers, the former having been the last to teach in the old building.

Ira. R. Butler. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 143 Ira Butler died at his home in Carroll township, July 18, 1884. The Daily Republican in a notice of his death says, "His funeral took place on Sunday, July 20, from his old homestead, and was followed to Monongahela cemetery by the largest concourse of people that has ever been seen at the obsequies of any citizen in this part of the country. His death occurred at ten o'clock on Friday night, and the funeral was announced for two o'clock on Sabbath. Long before the hour appointed for the interment hundreds of people in scores of vehicles had collected at the venerated old man's residence to do honor to the memory of one who had lived among them a monument of honesty, uprightness and purity. The pall bearers were Wm. Galbraith, Wm. Coulter, David Rabe and Joseph Warne. The funeral was under the direction of Capt. A.D. O'Donovan. The casket furnished was of oak, draped with black cloth. On the plate was the following inscription:CAPT. IRA REESE BUTLER,AGED 91 YEARS, 8 MONTHS AND 3 DAYS.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Richard Stockdale. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 146 October 15th, 1815, on the Curry farm, Forward township. Allegheny county. His father moved to the farm on the pike, where James Stockdale lived, while Richard was yet a lad. The family consisted of five brothers: John; James, who lived on the home place; William and Robert, who were in the furniture and lumber business for many years, both now dead. There were five sisters: Sarah, widow of the late Captain Samuel Morgan, of Gastonville; Rachel, wife of James Porter, of Bloomington, Ill.; Margaret, wife of James Kerr, of this city; Eliza, widow of Robert Patton; and Forbes, wife of William Coulter, both of this city.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Hon. Daniel Van Voohris. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr page 195 Abraham was born February 1, 1S12; married Mary Carson, now deceased. They lived for many years on the farm now owned by Robert Coulter, in Carroll township. He removed many years ago to Illinois, where he again married, and where he died June 14, 1886.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA Hon. Daniel Van Voohris. Rev. Aaron Harvey Kerr

page 195 Abraham was born February 1, 1S12; married Mary Carson, now deceased. They lived for many years on the farm now owned by Robert Coulter, in Carroll township. He removed many years ago to Illinois, where he again married, and where he died June 14, 1886.

THE OLD AND NEW MONONGAHELA The New Brick School Houses In Bellevernon. Death Of Mrs. Mary Finley.

page 361 February 14.On motion the contract was awarded Wm. Coulter and A. A. Taggatt at their bid, yeas Slyringer, Corwin, [p.361] Speers, Bronson, Brown and Haler. The committee made sale of the old house on Hasson lots and the Piersoll property to Amon Bronson, the former for $150 and the latter for $2810.

South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 1-20 The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral ResearchSCMAR, Volume II Number 4, Fall, 1974

1783 Tax Returns : SCMAR, Vol. II, Fall 1974, No. 4, p.176

John Coulter £.70.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume IV

Number 3, Summer, 1976: Payments for Colonial Services (Continued from Vol. 4, p.123.): SCMAR, Vol. IV, Summer 1976, No. 3, p.162

Anthony Coulter, for flour, 23 15 00

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume V Number 2, Spring, 1977 An Orangeburg District Equity Suit SCMAR, Vol. V, Spring 1977, No. 2, p.108

. C. District of Orangeburgh: Bill of Complaint of Henry Young, administrator of Johannes Woolf, late of St. Mathews Parish, District of Orangeburgh, with the will annexed against James Carmichael, David Coulter, Henry Jones, Jacob Ott, John Woolf (son of Jacob Woolf), John Francis Woolf and Gideon Jennings.… said Jacob Woolf now deceased was possessed of several negroes by a certain bill of sale 22 October 1773 [one line obliterated], for £ 2200 currency, to him paid by the said Johannes Woolf, the slaves namely Joe, Sylvia, Nancy & Frank, and the said Johannes Woolf was also possessed of certain other negroes & cattle, etc. & made and published his last will & Testament 4 August 1776 and bequeathed to David Woolf, Samuel Woolf, and Phillip, son of the sd. Jacob Woolf and nephews of the testator, four negroes Plenty, Primus, Joe & Handy, and two negro women Lucy and Jenny and a girl Sally, and thereby directed the Margaret Woolf sister of the sd. David, Samuel, and Phillip have no part and bequeathed to Margaret Woolf a negro girl.…

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume VI Number 3, Summer, 1978 Early Wills of Camden District (Continued from Vol. 6, p.78) SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.169

Pp. 356-357: Will of John Caskey of Craven County, otherwise called Chaster (sic) in Camden District…to my wife Esther Caskey, 100 acres of this plantation where i now live, then to my daughter Izebell, all the remainder of my land, 350 acres to be divided amongst my four sons; to my daughter Mary Caskey, negro wench Keat; Archibald Coulter and Andrew Graham and wife Ester, Exrs.…19 Sept 1785. John Caskey (LS), Wit: David Graham, Andrew Graham, John Graham.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume VIII Number 3, Summer, 1980 More Abstracts of Orangeburg Deeds SCMAR, Vol. VIII, Summer 1980, No. 3, p.139

3 April 1848, V. D. V. Jamison, Commissioner of Equity for Orangeburgh Dist., whereas James D. Jones and William Van and wife and others on 13 Jan 1843 exhibited their bill against John C. Jones, Elizabeth Jones, and others…30 acres adj. John Corbett, land on Goodland swamp, granted to James Coulter, 2 June 1794, and now owned by the estate of Thomas Jones, 127 acres adj. William Davis, Corbatt, Salley, John D. Williams, James Stephenson, and T. Yarbrough…

Marriage and Death Notices from Columbia, South Carolina Newspapers, 1838-1860 Southern Guardian Issue of May 23, 1860 [Chapel Hill] page 306 Marriages & Deaths, Columbia, SC Newspapers, 1838-1860, p.305 The Hon. W. C. Preston died at the residence of his brother, John S. Preston, in this city on Tuesday, 22d May. William Campbell Preston was the oldest son of Gen. Francis Preston, of Virginia, and was born [p.306] in Philadelphia on Dec. 27, 1794, his father being a member of the Congress of the United States then sitting in this city. His mother was the only child of General William Campbell, who commanded the American forces at the battle of King's Mountain. Her mother was a sister of Patrick Henry. On account of feeble health in boyhood, Col. Preston was sent to a Southern College, and graduated in the South Carolina College in 1812. After studying law for a few years, he went to Europe in 1816, and returning in 1819, soon married Miss Coulter, daughter of David Coulter, Esq., formerly of Columbia. In 1822 he settled himself permanently in Columbia as a lawyer. He was several times elected to the State Legislature, and twice to the U. S. Senate. His wife died in 1828, and in 1830 he married Miss Davis, daughter of Dr. James Davis of Columbia. She died about five years since, and he leaves neither wife nor children. He leaves the name of patriot, gentleman and Christian.

Death and Obituary Notices from The Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878 Issue of November 5, 1873 page 214 Death & Obituary Notices, Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878 Mrs. Mary R. Harwell, daughter of Jonathan Lane and widow of Vines Harwell, Esq., was born in Oglethorpe county, Ga., November 25, 1799, and died in Walker county, Ga., at the residence of her son-in-law, Jefferson Coulter, July 25, 1873. After her married to Vines Harwell in 1823, they removed in the fall of 1826 or 1827 to Troup county, Ga., and were some of its earliest settlers. Two of her sons, twin brothers Theophilus S. L. and Richard J., are members of the North Georgia Conference. Two of her sons lost their lives in the service of their country.

North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

Bride: Elizabeth Coulter Groom: Andrew Hoke Bond Date: 18 May 1820 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 062 Bondsman: Lewis Hafer Witness: Fr Hoke Bond #: 000073248 Comment: Hefar

Bride: M M Bridges Groom: H L S Lollar Bond Date: 23 Oct 1865 County: Catawba Record #: 01 014 Bondsman: A E Coulter Witness: Geo Setzer Bond #: 000019651

Bride: A A Coulter Groom: W R D Bost Bond Date: XX XXX 1845 County: Catawba Record #: 01 002 Bondsman: Paul Cline Witness: J A Rinhardt Bond #: 000019467

Bride: Anna Coulter Groom: Henry Smith Bond Date: 22 Apr 1817 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 117 Bondsman: Philip Coulter Witness: James T Alexand Bond #: 000075866

Bride: Catharine Coulter Groom: Maxwell Warlick Bond Date: 07 Aug 1837 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 129 Bondsman: A L Ramsour Witness: M W Abernathy Bond #: 000076406

Bride: Catherine Coulter Groom: Maxwell Wilson Bond Date: 28 Feb 1826 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 134 Bondsman: James T Alexand Bond #: 000076679

Bride: Eliza Coulter Groom: Jonathan Miller Bond Date: 20 Sep 1835 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 090 Bondsman: Silas Bost Witness: Mic Cline Bond #: 000074541

Bride: Elizabeth Coulter Groom: Logan Conrad Bond Date: 04 Feb 1837 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 034 Bondsman: Maxwell Shuford Witness: M. W. Abernathy Bond #: 000071885

Bride: Elizabeth Coulter Groom: Andrew Hoke Bond Date: 18 May 1820 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 062 Bondsman: Lewis Hafer Witness: Fr Hoke Bond #: 000073248 Comment: Hefar

Bride: Emmily Elizabeth Coulter Groom: John W B Harris Bond Date: 15 Oct 1839 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 055 Bondsman: David Dettor Bond #: 000072939

Bride: Harriet Coulter Groom: David Dettor Bond Date: 15 Nov 1838 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 039 Bondsman: Lawson A. Reinh Bond #: 000072135 Comment: Detter

Bride: Milly Coulter Groom: Hinton Walker Bond Date: 02 Oct 1834 County: Orange Record #: 02 421 Bondsman: Samuel Thompson Witness: J Taylor Bond #: 000101795

Bride: Rody Coulter Groom: David Shuford Bond Date: XX XXX 1812 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 115 Bondsman: XXXX Coulter Bond #: 000075753

Bride: Harriet C Fry Groom: Eli S Coulter Bond Date: 15 Nov 1841 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 035 Bondsman: Abel Fry Bond #: 000071930

Bride: Sarah Hortan Groom: John Colter Bond Date: 22 Oct 1789 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 033 Bondsman: Martin Coulter Witness: Joseph Steel Bond #: 000071847 Comment: Martin Colter, Jr

Bride: Betsey Idelett Groom: Martin Coulter Bond Date: 25 Oct 1787 County: Guilford Record #: 01 099 Bondsman: Jediah Aydlott Witness: B. Searcy Bond #: 000054545

Bride: Polly Little Groom: Joseph Yount, Jr Bond Date: 03 Mar 1824 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 137 Bondsman: John Yount Witness: Jno Coulter Bond #: 000076809

Bride: Louisa Penny Groom: Philip Cobb Bond Date: 20 Jan 1820 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 032 Bondsman: James Made his Mark Cox Witness: Jno. Coulter Bond #: 000071808

Bride: Polley Rader Groom: Henry Coulter Bond Date: 29 Oct 1814 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 035 Bondsman: John Made his Mark Frye Witness: V. McBee Bond #: 000071932

Bride: Barbara Ramsour Groom: John Coulter Bond Date: 08 Feb 1813 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 035 Bondsman: Jacob Summey Jn Bond #: 000071928 Comment: or Snr

Bride: Jenny Rigsby Groom: Andisan Coulter Bond Date: 14 May 1810 County: Orange Record #: 01 097 Bondsman: William Pender? Witness: John Taylor Bond #: 000096025

Bride: Phebe Serratt Groom: Nimrod Stilwell Bond Date: 24 Nov 1829 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 121 Bondsman: Daniel Coulter Witness: Jonas Bost Bond #: 000076034 Comment: or Sernatt

Bride: Rebecca Shell Groom: Ambrose Bolick Bond Date: 02 Apr 1838 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 020 Bondsman: John Coulter Bond #: 000071226

Bride: Abigail Shelton Groom: James W Low Bond Date: 20 Apr 1830 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 082 Bondsman: Wm W Munday Witness: Jno Coulter Bond #: 000074224

Bride: Catharine Shinn Groom: David Coulter Bond Date: 14 Sep 1825 County: Mecklenburg Record #: 01 059 Bondsman: William H. Wr Witness: Isaac Alexander Bond #: 000080908

Bride: Julia L St John Groom: Jedediah Coulter Bond Date: 09 Jan 1849 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 035 Bondsman: John Coulter Witness: V. A. McBee Bond #: 000071933

Bride: Nancey Stilwell Groom: Daniel Coulter Bond Date: 29 Apr 1817 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 035 Bondsman: Henry Made his Mark Coult Witness: John Willfong Bond #: 000071929

Bride: Sarah Stilwell Groom: David Whitener Bond Date: 24 Dec 1829 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 131 Bondsman: Daniel Coulter Witness: Jonas Bost Bond #: 000076534

Bride: Catherine Tunnel Groom: James Coulter Bond Date: 06 Jul 1792 County: Rutherford Record #: 01 055 Bondsman: David Dickey Witness: Rd Lewis, Clerk of Court Bond #: 000132934

Bride: Malinda Wilson Groom: Elkanah P Coulter Bond Date: 05 Jan 1831 County: Lincoln Record #: 01 035 Bondsman: Ezekiel Wilson Witness: J. T. Alexander Bond #: 000071931

I as wondering what I would find under the name MARY STUART:

Mary Stuart New York City Wills, 1780-82

Page 6.--In the name of God, Amen. I, DAVID STUART, Serjeant in the Grenadier Company of His Majesty's 22d Regiment, and acting Quartermaster in the second Batalion of British Grenadiers. I leave to my wife, Mary Stuart, otherwise Smith, all my estate, real and personal, and all arrears of pay, and she is to pay all debts. And she shall pay to my only son, James Stuart, aged nine years, one half of what I shall die possessed of. I make my wife executor

Kent County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800 Calendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680 - 1800 page 338

Stuart, Mary.Admin. of, to Peter Lowber, Jr. March 9, 1782. Reg. of Wills, Liber L, folio 231.

Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800

Prim Name: John Stuart, Yeoman Admin Name: Will Made Date: 01 Oct 1755; 31 Oct 1756 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Mary Stuart; son John Stuart; daus. Levinah and Elizabeth Stuart; grandson William Stuart; granddau. Mary Stuart Exec/Trus Name: wife Mary Stuart, son John Stuart, son-in-law William Stevenson Wit Name: Thomas Ozburn, Jenet Stevenson, Margaret Colter, Sr. Will Probate Date: 23 Nov 1756 Will Book: Arch. vol. A101; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 53; folios 124-128

Prim Name: John Stuart Admin Name: Will Made Date: 11 Mar 1773 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Elizabeth Stuart; sons John, Thomas, David and William Stuart; daus. Ann, Ruth, Elizabeth and Sarah Stuart, and Mary Stapleford (wife of Edward) Exec/Trus Name: wife Elizabeth Stuart Wit Name: William Peery, James Coulter, Sarah Beesy Will Probate Date: - - 1773 Will Book: Arch. vol. A101; Reg. of Wills, Liber B Page: 54; folios 472-474

Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1819

sister Mary Stuart 2:556 10 10 1809 17 10 1809 Remarks: Da. James Stuart. Illegitimate son Charles Heron, son of Eleanor Heron, better known as Charles Stuart, desires he shall be committed to care of Dr. John Redman Coxe. Should he die in minority, bequeaths his share to children of Dr. George Corbin of Accomack Co., Virginia, by Mary his late wife and sister to James Stuart. Exec: Richard Rush, Attorney at Law, and Da. John Redman Coxe. Letters granted to Dr. John Redman Coxe and Daniel Sutherland. Codicil: Oct. 13. Adds Daniel Sutherland of Southwark to the Exec. Also leaves to Ann Moore the house and lot now occupied by her. To housekeeper Sarah Slide.

Norfolk County, MA Probate Index 1793-1900

Stuart Mary 1893 Wellesley Administration 20509 and Stuart Mary 1895 Derrynail Ireland Will 31519

Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825

Book Page: A:27 Surname: Stuart Given Name: Mary Title: Description: Wife Residence: Date: Prove Date: 25 Apr 1754 Remarks: Andrew Stuart of Hopewell Township, Lancaster Co. 25 April 1747. Wife Mary. sons Moses, Hugh and Samuel. Daus, Ross or Rose and Elizabeth. Exs., wife Mary and Moses Stuart, son.

Book Page: A:27 Surname: Stuart Given Name: Mary Title: Description: Executrix Residence: Date: Prove Date: 25 Apr 1754 Remarks: Andrew Stuart of Hopewell Township, Lancaster Co. 25 April 1747. Wife Mary. sons Moses, Hugh and Samuel. Daus, Ross or Rose and Elizabeth. Exs., wife Mary and Moses Stuart, son.

Book Page: A:156 Surname: Stuart Given Name: Mary Title: Description: Daughter Residence: Date: Prove Date: 1 Jul 1766 Remarks: Charles Stuart of Letterkenny, farmer. 3 Feb 1766. Sons John and Charles. Daus. Agness, Mary and Jennet, as long as they live single. Isaac Martain, husband of dau. Margaret, William Stuart, my Navvy. Exs., sons John Stuart and Charles Stuart.

Book Page: C:397 Surname: Stuart Given Name: Mary Title: Description: Daughter Residence: Date: 26 Feb 1752 Prove Date: 15 Apr 1752 Remarks: James Stuart. Londonderry. Gentleman. February 26, 1752. February 7, 1753. April 15, 1752. C. 397. Wife Margaret to her living on plantation while a widow. To sons John and Robert the plantation and to daughters Agnes, Jean and Mary £25 each. Test signed. Executors: William Stuart and Matthew Young. Letters to Young, Stuart renouncing.

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ID County Surname Given Name

841 Antrim Coulter John; 865 Antrim Coulter Jane; 868 Antrim Coulter Alexander; 1280 Armagh Coulter Samuel; 2193 Armagh Coulter Andrew; 3442 Armagh Coulter Andrew; 3463 Armagh Coulter James; 6404 Cavan Coulter Samuel; 9857 Donegal Coulter Robert; 11550 Donegal Coulter James; 11566 Donegal Coulter William; 11567 Donegal Coulter John; 14318 Donegal Coulter John; 14319 Donegal Coulter John; 14320 Donegal Coulter James; 17459 Down Coulter Matthew; 17460 Down Coulter James; 19010 Fermanagh Coulter John ; 19128 Fermanagh Coulter Oliver; 20271 Fermanagh Coulter Joseph ; 20456 Fermanagh Coulter George; 20464 Fermanagh Coulter Thomas; 20496 Fermanagh Coulter John; 20919 Fermanagh Coulter Joseph; 20922 Fermanagh Coulter James; 33182 Louth Coulter Charles; 33596 Louth Coulter Joseph ; 34924 Louth Coulter Henry; 39687 Monaghan Coulter James; 41875 Monaghan Coulter James; 48119 Tyrone Coulter William ; 49180 Tyrone Coulter David; 52154 Tyrone Coulter John; 53360 Tyrone Coulter James ;

War of 1812 Service Records

Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge MISC ROLL-BOX ROLL-EXCT

COULTER ALEXANDER BROWN'S REG'T, EAST TENNESSEE VOLS. ENSIGN ENSIGN 47 602

COULTER ALEXANDER COULTER'S BRIGADE, EAST TENNESSEE MIL. B. Q. M B. Q. M 47 602

COULTER ALEXANDER 118 REG'T (GREE'S), NEW YORK MILITIA. CAPTAIN CAPTAIN 47 602

COULTER ALEXANDER S CHILES' BATTALI, MOUNTED GUNMEN, EAST TENNESSEE VOLUNTEES. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER ANDREW COSSETT'S BATTALION, PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. CORPORAL CORPORAL 47 602

COULTER ANDREW 134 REG'T (HOSACK'S) PENNSYLVANIA MIL. CORPORAL CORPORAL 47 602

COULTER ARCHIBALD CAPT. GIESEY'S CO., PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER ARCHIBALD 3 REG'T (CASS'S), OHIO VOLS. AND MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER CHARLES 15 REG'T (SLAUGHTER'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER CHARLES 138 REG'T (MILLER'S) PENNSYLVANIA MIL. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER CORNELIUS COMEGY'S DETACHMENT, DELAWARE MILITIA. ENSIGN ENSIGN 47 602

COULTER CORNELIUS CAPTAIN DORMAN'S CO., DELAWARE MILITIA. ENSIGN ENSIGN 47 602

COULTER ELI 2 REG'T (LILLAR'S) EAST TENNESSEE VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER HEMAN 55 REG'T (SPRAGUE'S). NEW YORK MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER HENRY BREWER'S DETACHMENT, MARYLAND MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER HENRY LT HUGHES' DETACHMENT, MARYLAND MIL. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER HENRY WATKINS' COMMANS, MARYLAND MILITIA. SERGEANT PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER HENRY 22 REGIMENT MARYLAND MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER ISAIAH 7 REG'T (BAARBEE'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES RENICK MTD. REG'T, OHIO VOLS. AND MIL. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES 1 REG'T (FERREE'S) PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES 2 REGIMENT MARYLAND MILITIA. FIPER FIPER 47 602

COULTER JAMES 2 REG'T MOUNTED GUNMEN (WILLIAMSON'S), TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES 10 REG'T (BOSWELL'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JAMES 22 REGIMENT MARYLAND MILITIA. MUSICIAN MISICIAN 47 602

COULTER JAMS 32 REGIMENT (HOOD'S), MARYLAND MILITIA. FIPER FIPER 47 602

COULTER JESSE 1 REG'T (FERREE'S) PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JESSEE 1 REG'T (HALL'S) TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN BATTALION ARTILLERY (FORBES'), NEW YORK. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN COMEGYS' DETACHMENT, DELAWARE MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER JOHN CAPT. COX'S COMPANY, OHIO MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN MCCLURE'S REGIMENT, NEW YORK VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN 5 REGIMENT VIRGINIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN 5 REG'T (BOOTH'S) EAST TENNSESSEE MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN M CAPTAIN RODNEY'S COMMAND (1814), DELAWARE MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER JOHN M CAPTAIN WRIGHT'S COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOHN P 5 REG'T (STERETT'S) MARYLAND MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER JOSEPH 17 REG'T MOUNTED KENTUCKY VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER MORRIS 15 REG'T (SLAUGHTER'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER NATHANIEL CAPT. MILLER'S CO., PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER NELSON 4 REG'T (BOYD'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER PETER S CAPTAIN ROFNEY'S COMMNAD (1814), DELAWAE MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER PETER S CAPTAIN WRIGHT'S COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER ROBERT CAPTAIN DORMAN'S CO., DELAWARE MILITIA. CORPORAL CORPORAL 47 602

COULTER ROBERT CAPTAIN GRESHAM'S COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER ROBERT CAPTAIN MORRIS' COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER ROBERT CAPTAIN WRIGHT'S COMPANY, DELAWARE. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER SAMUEL 1 REG'T (SNIDR'S) PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER SAMUEL D 2 REG'T (PATTERSON'S) PENNSYLVANIA MIL. CORPORAL PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER STARLING DUDLEY'S MOUNTED BATT'N, KENTUCKY VOLS. CORPORAL PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER STRALING 15 REG'T (SLAUGHTER'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA. CORPORAL CORPORAL 47 602

COULTER THOMAS BROWN'S REG'T, EAST TENNESSEE VOLS. 2 LIEUTENANT 2 LIEUTENANT 47 602

COULTER THOMAS COULTER'S BRIGADE, EAST TENNESSEE MIL. B. GEN B. GEN 47 602

COULTER THOMAS 4 REG'T (BAYLES') EAST TENNESSEE MILITIA. SERGEANT SERGEANT 47 602

COULTER THOMAS 4 REGIMENT VIRGINIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER THOMAS 6 REGIMENT (DAVENPORT'S), MOUNTED, KENTUCKY VOLUNTEERS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM KEYS' REGIMENT, OHIO MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM 1 REGIMENT (EDWARDS'), OHIO MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM 1 REGIMENT RIFLEMEN (SUTHERLAND'S), PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM 2 REG'T (LOTZ'S) PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 47 602

COULTER WILLIAM E LIEUT COL. NIXON'S REG'T MISSISSIPPI MIL. FIPER FIPER 47 602

Revolutionary War Service Records, 1775-83

COULTER CHARLES SERGEANT 29

COULTER CHARLES SERGT 29

COULTER CHARLES SERJEANT 30

COULTER CHARLES SERJT 30

COULTER JAMES PRIVATE 31

COULTER JNO PRIVATE 75

COULTER JOHN PRIVATE 75

COULTER NATHANIEL PRIVATE 126

COULTER NATHL PRIVATE 126

COULTER CHARLES SERGEANT 29

COULTER CHARLES SERGT 29

COULTER CHARLES SERJEANT 30

COULTER CHARLES SERJT 30

COULTER CORNELIUS PRIVATE 31

COULTER JAMES PRIVATE 31

COULTER JNO PRIVATE 75

COULTER JOHN PRIVATE 75

COULTER NATHANIEL PRIVATE 126

COULTER NATHL PRIVATE 126

COULTER SAML ENSIGN 81

COULTER URIAH PRIVATE 95

Irish Records Index, 1500-1920

Last Name Given Name and Status Date Location Film # T, Box & Order # Item Order

COULTER John 1811 Philipsburg Ave, Dublin 593647 D20935 6 of 27

COULTER John & Margaret (als Chamney) 1811 Sheephouse, Meath 595364 M3934 (17) pg 3 17 of 62

COULTER John (Merchant) 1784 Dublin 592954 1163, pg 16 1 of 137

COULTER Margaret (als Chamney) 1811 Philipsburg Ave, Dublin 593647 D20935 6 of 27

COULTER Robert 1829 Louth 593656 M3805 (3) pg 7 10 of 12

COULTER Robert (Gent - Attorney) 1824 Carnbeg, Louth 593657 D20961 7 of 7

COULTER Rebecca 1717 Enniskillen 596418 4118-6,PR marr 181 of 978

COULTER Robert (Debt Owed) 1689 Lower Killards, Down 596417 3910 280 of 300

Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 13 page 187

Mrs. Katharine Hart Judson. DAR ID Number: 12486

Born in Connecticut. Wife of William Pond Judson. Descendant of Luke Field and of Thomas Hart, of Connecticut. Daughter of Samuel Hart and Mary Coulter, his wife. Granddaughter of John Hart and Betsey Field, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Luke Field and Patience Griswold, his wife; Thomas Hart and Concurence Bartlett, his wife. Luke Field (1753-1826), enlisted in Capt. Andrew Ward's company, Col. David Wooster's regiment, 1775, and 1776, turned out from Guilford under Capt. Daniel Hand. Thomas Hart (1723-1813), enlisted, 1777, in Capt. James Stoddard's company, Col. Noadiah Hooker's regiment. His son Ebenezer was killed, 1781, while defending Leet's Island against Tory refugees

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16 page 262

[p.262] Mrs. Estella Coulter Lantz. DAR ID Number: 155834

Born in Hicksville, Ohio. Wife of James H. Lantz. Descendant of Ensign Samuel Coulter, as follows: 1. James Coulter (1846-1905) m. 1875 Viola Johnson (b. 1847). 2. John Sutton Coulter (1818-90) m. 1843 Mary Tomilson (1823-67). 3. William Coulter (1792-1871) m. 1815 Sarah Sutton (1797-1874). 4. Samuel Coulter m. Mary Black (1755-1810). Samuel Coulter (1743-1820) was commissioned ensign, 1777, in the 3d Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Westmoreland County; died in Indiana County, Pa. Also No. 153853

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 25 page 167

Mrs. Mary J. Miles. DAR ID Number: 24465

Born in St. Clair County, Illinois. Wife of William Miles. Descendant of Robert S. Coulter. Daughter of Edmund Howard and Lucinda Paul, his wife. Granddaughter of Edmund Howard and Mary Coulter, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Robert S. Coulter and Margaret Fleming, his wife. Robert S. Coulter, (1760-1821), enlisted at the age of sixteen and was with the South Carolina troops at the battles of King's Mountain and Eutaw Springs. He was born in South Carolina; died in Illinois.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 36 page 98

Mrs. Nannie Powell Hawkins. DAR ID Number: 35268

Born in Prairie, Missouri. Wife of William Beverly Hawkins. Descendant of John Coulter. Daughter of Golson Powell and Mary Coulter, his wife. Granddaughter of Thomas Coulter (1783-1862) and Nancy Prewitt (1791-1860), his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of John Coulter and Jensy Hawkes, his wife. John Coulter removed from Virginia after the Revolution and with him was his oldest son Thomas. They are buried at Parksville, Kentucky, and the tombstones are so defaced they are illegible

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 63 page 156

Mrs. Cornelia Coulter Thompson. DAR ID Number: 62468

Born in Jackson, N. Y. Descendant of James Coulter. Daughter of James Coulter and Nancy Coulter, his wife. Granddaughter of George Coulter and Catherine Switzer, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of James Coulter and Eleanor Green, his wife. James Coulter (1748-83) served as a private, 1779-80, in Colonel Van Woert's Albany County, New York regiment of militia. He was born in Ireland; died in Cambridge, N. Y.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 69 page 307

Mrs. Ethel Coulter Brown. DAR ID Number: 68857

Born in Macon County, Mo. Descendant of Richard Matthew Coulter. Daughter of George Alfred Coulter (1830-1907) and Cynthia Andres (b. 1842), his wife, m. 1868. Granddaughter of Sterling Coulter (1794-1856) and Mary Rodgers (1799-1856), his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Richard Matthew Coulter and Mary Pendergrass, his wife. Richard Matthew Coulter received a pension, 1833, for service as private, 1779-83, in the North Carolina militia. He was born about 1751 in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky, 1843.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 69 page 307

Mrs. Hettie Coulter Lamb. DAR ID Number: 68858

Born in Macon County, Mo. Wife of S. D. Lamb. Descendant of Richard Matthew Coulter. Daughter of George Alfred Coulter (1830-1907) and Cynthia Andres (b. 1842), his wife, m. 1868. See No. 68857

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 70 page 181

[p.181] Mrs. Bernice M. Hawkins Glick. DAR ID Number: 69507

Born in Marshalltown, Iowa. Wife of George Abbott Glick. Descendant of John Coulter, of Virginia. Daughter of William B. Hawkins (b. 1862) and Nannie Powell (b. 1866), his wife, m. 1884. Granddaughter of Golson Powell and Mary Coulter (b. 1822), his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Coulter (1783-1862) and Nancy Prewitt (1791-1860), his wifeGr-gr-granddaughter of John Coulter and Jensy Hawkes, his wife. John Coulter enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. James Johnson's company, Lieut.-Col. James Hendrick's 6th Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia and died there in 1777.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 73 page 181

Mrs. Lyde Coulter Gibson. DAR ID Number: 72515

Born in Elderton, Pa. Wife of Thomas L. Gibson. Descendant of Ensign Samuel Coulter. Daughter of David Black Coulter (b. 1833) and Rachel Smith (1834-93), his wife, m. 1856. Granddaughter of William Coulter (1792-1871) and Sarah Sutton (1797-1873), his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Coulter and Mary Black (1755-1810), his wife. Samuel Coulter (1743-1820) commissioned ensign, 1777, in the 3rd Pennsylvania regiment. Born in Westmoreland County; died in Indiana County, Pa.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 78 page 308

Mrs. Rosella Rice Coulter Waldron. DAR ID Number: 77829

Born in Greene County, Iowa. Wife of Sherman T. Waldron. Descendant of Samuel Rice, of Massachusetts. Daughter of John Newton Coulter (1830-1905) and Elizabeth Alice Skelley (b. 1839), his 2nd wife, m. 1856. Granddaughter of John Coulter (1790-1873) and Elizabeth Rice (1797-1884), his wife, m. 1814. Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Rice (1773-1821) and Martha Hammond (1776-1835), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Rice and Abigail Underwood, his wife. Samuel Rice (1752-82) enlisted, 1776, as a private in the Continental Line. He was born in Sudbury; died in New Salem, Mass. Also Nos. 52656, 67328

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 78 page 370

Miss Grace Slifer. DAR ID Number: 77990

Born in Union County, Pa. Descendant of Nathaniel Coulter and of Michael Gotshall. Daughter of William Henry Silfer (1848-79) and Charity Voris Conard (b. 1851), his wife, m. 1870. Granddaughter of Eli Slifer (1818-88) and Catherine M. Frick (1814-86), his wife, m. 1840. Gr-granddaughter of Abraham Slifer (1785-1831) and Mary Coulter (1795-1823), his wife, m. 1813; John Frick (d. 1859) and Elizabeth Gotshall (b. 1794), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathanicl Coulter and Isabella Coulter, his wife; Michael Gotshall and Catherine Motte, his wife. [p.370] Nathaniel Coulter (1759-1825) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Johnston's company, Col. Thomas Hartley's regiment. He received a pension for three years' actual service. He was born in Chester County; died in Lycoming County, Pa. Michael Gotshall (1732-1818) in 1776 served in the Jerseys in Capt. Barnard Zimmerman's company, Col. Mathias Slough's regiment, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Lane County; died in Chillesqua, Pa. Also No. 64799.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 84 page 135

Mrs. Edith Young Hamilton. DAR ID Number: 83359

Born in Armstrong County, Pa. Wife of Edwin Cummings Hamilton. Descendant of Gideon Gibson, as follows: 1. James Coulter Young (1843-79), m. 1862, Jane Gibson (b. 1844). 2. John Coulter Gibson (1820-59), m. 1843, Esther Sidney Redick (1817-91). 3. Gideon Gibson, m. 1804, Abigail Coulter Crawford (1782-1872). Gideon Gibson (1764-1843) served, 1779-81, as private from Bedford County, Pa., under command of Capt. John Moore. In 1834 he applied for a pension, which was allowed. He was born in Cumberland County; died in Armstrong County, Pa.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 100 page 163

[p.163] Miss Mary White Dungan. DAR ID Number: 99512

Born in Jasper, Iowa. Descendant of James Coulter, as follows: 1. William W. Dungan (b. 1836) m. 1864 Isabella Sturgeon (b. 1846). 2. Samuel Mills Sturgeon (1819-49) m. 1843 Margaret Coulter (1822-82). 3. Robert Coulter (1780-1854) m. 1805 Catherine Johnston (1783-1846). 4. James Coulter m. Margaret — (1753-1827). James Coulter (1751-1814) served as private in Capt. William Morehead's company, 1st battalion, Pennsylvania militia, 1779. He was born in Ireland; died in Pennsylvania

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 page 173

Mrs. Belle Coulter George. DAR ID Number: 103570

Born in Indiana, Pa. Wife of Wesley George. Descendant of Ensign Samuel Coulter, as follows: 1. Jarnes Elder Coulter (1824-1906) m. 1850 Mary Ann Lucas (1827-99). 2. William Coulter (1792-1871) m. 1815 Sarah Sutton (1797-1874). 3. Samuel Coulter m. Mary Black (1755-1810). Samuel Coulter (1743-1820) was commissioned ensign, 1777, in the 3rd Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Westmoreland County; died in Indiana County, Pa. Also No. 72515.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 107 page 156

Mrs. Effie Coulter Scrutchfield. DAR ID Number: 106509

Born in Macon County, Mo. Wife of G. E. Scrutchfield. Descendant of Richard Matthew Coulter, as follows: 1. George Alfred Coulter (1830-1907) m. 2nd 1868 Cynthia Andrews (b. 1842). 2. Sterling Coulter (1794-1856) m. Mary Rogers (1799-1856). 3. Richard Matthew Coulter m. Mary Pendergrass. Richard Matthew Coulter received a pension, 1833, for service as private, 1779-83, in the North Carolina militia. He was born about 1751 in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky, 1843. Also No. 68857.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 page 89

Mrs. Maude Coulter Schneider. DAR ID Number: 115282

Born in Washington, Pa. Wife of William L. Schneider. Descendant of Ensign Samuel Coulter, as follows: 1. William L. Coulter (1853-1911) m. 1878 Mary Arvilla Moyer (b. 1856). 2. James Elder Coulter (1824-1906) m. 1850 Mary Ann Lucas (1827-99). 3. William Coulter (1792-1871) m. 1815 Sarah Sutton (1797-1874). 4. Samuel Coulter m. Mary Black. Samuel Coulter (1743-1820) was commissioned ensign, 1777, in the 3rd Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Westmoreland County; died in Indiana County, Pa. Also No. 103570.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 120 page 116

Mrs. Mary D. Nixon Finger. DAR ID Number: 119367

Born in St. Clair, Ill. Wife of Albert Finger. Descendant of Robert S. Coulter, as follows: 1. Isaac N. Nixon (1825-91) m. 1852 Margaret Fleming (1828-97). 2. Robert McMillan m. Jane Coulter. 3. Robert Stuart Coulter m. Margaret Fleming. Robert S. Coulter (1760-1821) enlisted at the age of 16 and was with the South Carolina troops at the battles of Kings Mountain and Eutaw Springs. He was born in South Carolina; died in Illinois. Also No. 24465.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 126 page 275

Miss Dorothy Virginia Dungan. DAR ID Number: 125869

Born in Kearney, Nebr. Descendant of James Coulter, as follows: 1. William Herbert Dungan (b. 1872) m. 1893 Martha Kembel. 2. William Witherspoon Dungan (b. 1836) m. 1864 Catherine Isabelle Sturgeon (b. 1846). 3. Samuel Mills Sturgeon (1819-49) m. 1843 Margaret Coulter (1822-82). 4. Robert Coulter (1780-1854) m. 1805 Catherine Johnston (1783-1846). 5. James Coulter m. Margaret Coulter (1753-1827). James Coulter (1751-1814) served as private in Capt. William Morehead's company, 1st battalion, Pennsylvania militia, 1779. He was born in Ireland; died in Pennsylvania.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 149 page 204

[p.204] Mrs. Cynthia Rose Coulter Mcbride. DAR ID Number: 148659

Born in Grove, Pa. Wife of Fred W. McBride. Descendant of Andrew Rose, as follows: 1. Andrew J. Coulter (1843-1918) m. 1863 Mary E. Black (b. 1845). 2. James Coulter (1798-1882) m. 1823 Cynthia Rose (1806-81). See No. 148658.

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