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Levi S. TOPE3,203,206 was born on 25 Dec 1813 in Carroll County, Ohio.3,203,206 He died on 14 Dec 1889 in Putnam Co., Ohio ?.3,203,206 He is reference number 41816. Parents: George TOPE and Elizabeth BOWER. Parents: George TOPE and Maria Elizabeth BOWER.

Spouse: Sarah Catherine DAVIS. Levi S. TOPE and Sarah Catherine DAVIS were married on 17 Jun 1838 in Carroll County, Ohio.3,203,206 Reference Number:751827


Living TOPE.3

Spouse: Living COFFY. Children were: Living TOPE, Living TOPE, Living TOPE, Living TOPE, Living TOPE.


Living TOPE.3 Parents: Living TOPE and Living COFFY.


Living TOPE.3 Parents: Living TOPE and Living COFFY.


Living TOPE.3 Parents: Living TOPE and Living COFFY.

Children were: Living TOPE, Living TOPE.


Living TOPE.3 Parents: Living TOPE and Living COFFY.


Living TOPE.3 Parents: Living TOPE and Living COFFY.


Living TOPE.3 Parents: Living TOPE.


Living TOPE.3 Parents: Living TOPE.


Lydia TOPE3,203,206 was born in 1809.3,203,206 She died on 22 Dec 1890 in Buried In Mt. Tabor Cem., Perry Twp, Carroll Co., Ohio.3,203,206 She is reference number 41026. Parents: George TOPE and Elizabeth BOWER. Parents: George TOPE and Maria Elizabeth BOWER.

Spouse: Elisha MCQUEEN. Elisha MCQUEEN and Lydia TOPE were married on 1 Jul 1827 in By John C. Huston In Perry Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.3,203,206 Reference Number:739427 Children were: Mary MCQUEEN, William Henry MCQUEEN, Malinda M. MCQUEEN, George MCQUEEN, Rachel MCQUEEN, S. MCQUEEN, Levi MCQUEEN, Samuel MCQUEEN.


Malinda TOPE3,203,206 was born on 26 Dec 1813.3,203,206 She died on 26 Dec 1890 in Baldwin, Douglas Co. , Kansas.3,203,206 She is reference number 41814. Parents: George TOPE and Elizabeth BOWER. Parents: George TOPE and Maria Elizabeth BOWER.

Spouse: James Calvin COOPER. James Calvin COOPER and Malinda TOPE were married on 26 Dec 1839.3,203,206 Reference Number:751781


Mariah TOPE3,203,206 was born on 30 May 1823 in Carroll County, Ohio.3,203,206 She died on 3 Jun 1902 in Bayard, Iowa. Buried Highland Cemetery.3,203,206 She is reference number 41820. Parents: George TOPE and Elizabeth BOWER. Parents: George TOPE and Maria Elizabeth BOWER.

Spouse: William Henry MOLES. William Henry MOLES and Mariah TOPE were married on 11 Aug 1849 in Carroll County, Ohio.3,203,206 Reference Number:751918 Children were: Rebecca Fresh MOLES, Elizabeth Ann MOLES, Hiram Henry MOLES, George F. MOLES, Mary Eliza MOLES, Margaret Ellen MOLES, Emma Ada MOLES, William Lincoln MOLES.


William TOPE3,203,206 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 41815. Parents: George TOPE and Elizabeth BOWER. Parents: George TOPE and Maria Elizabeth BOWER.

Spouse: Nancy SHANNON. William TOPE and Nancy SHANNON were married. Reference Number:751796


?? Jens Christian TOPLUND4,5 was born in 1618 in Bjergby, Hjorring, Denmark.4,5 He was buried on 19 Feb 1702.4,5 He is reference number C20104.

Spouse: ?? Anna SORENSEN. ?? Jens Christian TOPLUND and ?? Anna SORENSEN were married. Children were: Morten JENSEN.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: William A. TOPP and Living BRUNSTETTER.

Spouse: Living SPINDLER. Children were: Living TOPP, Living TOPP, Living TOPP.

Spouse: Living HUNT. Children were: Living TOPP, Living TOPP.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: William A. TOPP and Living BRUNSTETTER.

Spouse: Living LEUTZ.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: William A. TOPP and Living BRUNSTETTER.

Spouse: Living CUNNINGHAM. Children were: Living TOPP, Living TOPP.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: William A. TOPP and Living BRUNSTETTER.

Spouse: Living BALYEAT. Children were: Living TOPP, Living TOPP, Living TOPP.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: William A. TOPP and Living BRUNSTETTER.

Spouse: Living EVANS. Children were: Living EVANS, Living EVANS.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living SPINDLER.

Spouse: Living KRINN.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living SPINDLER.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living SPINDLER.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living HUNT.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living HUNT.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living CUNNINGHAM.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living CUNNINGHAM.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living BALYEAT.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living BALYEAT.


Living TOPP.3 Parents: Living TOPP and Living BALYEAT.


Marie Catherine TOPP3,449 was born on 29 Sep 1907 in Adams Co. Indiana.3,449 She died on 4 Jan 1983 in Aville, Indiana.3,449 She is reference number 16942. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Marie was buried January 7, 1983 in Covington Memorial Gardens, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

OBITUARY:

Marie C. McBride, 75, Aville, Indiana, died Tuesday, January 4, 1983 in the Sacred Heart Nursing Home, Avilla, Indiana. Surviving are a son, Tom L. of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Three daughters, Eileen f. Bolenbaugh of Fort wayne; and Marjorie Oplinger and Sue Glessner, both of Laotto; a brother , lawrence Topp of Pierceton; and a siste, Viola Sellers ofFort Wayne. Services were held last Friday in D. O. McComb and Sons Lakeside Park Funeral Home. Burial was in Covington Memorial Gardens.

Marie in LaOtto, (IN?) in 1981 Parents: .

Spouse: Jesse MCBRIDE. Jesse MCBRIDE and Marie Catherine TOPP were married. Reference Number:365180 Children were: Living MCBRIDE, Living MCBRIDE, Living MCBRIDE, Tommy Laverne MCBRIDE.


William A. TOPP3,449 was born on 11 Aug 1911 in Geneva, Adams Co. Indiana.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 2]3,449 He died on 13 Sep 1981 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 3]3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 4]3,449 He is reference number 16992. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 5]3,449 [boyd-trees.ged]











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OBITUARY:

William A. Topp, 70, of 7387 Harold Drive, died at 2:45 a.m. Sunday, September 13, 1981, in his home. Mr. Topp was a native of Geneva and had lived most of his life in Fort Wayne. He retired as Operating Engineer at the Fort Wayne Memorial Coliseum in 1973 after 17years. He had also worked for Alton Combustion Company. Surviving are his wife, Marcile, three sons: Chester of Romeoville, Ill., Vilas of Lago Vista, Texas and Frederick of Ft. Wayne; two daughters, Sally Luetz of Longwood, Fla., nd Sheri Evans of Ft. Wayne; one brother, Lawrence of North Webster and two sisters, Marie McBride of LaOtto, and Viola Sellers of Ft. Wayne. Services will be at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday in Tom Mungovan Funeral Home, with calling there from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial park. Parents: .

Spouse: Living BRUNSTETTER. Children were: Living TOPP, Living TOPP, Living TOPP, Living TOPP, Living TOPP.


Thomas TOPPEN2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30820. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.317.

(1) Of Ballyhagen, Co. Armagh, Ireland.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania 1682-1750," by Albert
Cook Myers (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969) p.317.

(1) Of Ballyhagen, Co. Armagh, Ireland.

Spouse: Elizabeth CALVERT. Thomas TOPPEN and Elizabeth CALVERT were married on 25 Dec 1701 in Ballyhagen, Co. Armagh, Ireland.2,3 Reference Number:580009


Irving TOPPING3,401 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 73713.

Spouse: Bertha BALLARD. Irving TOPPING and Bertha BALLARD were married. Reference Number:1206735


Ann M. TORBERT3,483 was born on 18 May 1822.3,483 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 58832.

Spouse: John H. MCDONALD. John H. MCDONALD and Ann M. TORBERT were married on 22 Mar 1841.3,483 Reference Number:1003544


Living TORBERT.3

Spouse: Living BAGLEY.


Horace Alexander TORBETT3,407 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 42261.

Spouse: Ora Ellen HICKS. Horace Alexander TORBETT and Ora Ellen HICKS were married. Reference Number:759466


James M. TORBETT3,183 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 71213.

Spouse: Isabella C. LATTIMORE. James M. TORBETT and Isabella C. LATTIMORE were married on 1 May 1832.3,183 Reference Number:1180761


Haakon TORERSEN3,413 was born before 1700.3,413 He died WFT Est 1719-1791.3,413 He is reference number 94074.

Children were: Jakob Haakensen Sogarn TORSHOV.


Berte TORESDATTER3,413 was born about 1745.3,413 She died in 1812.3,413 She is reference number 93969.

Spouse: Haaken Jakobsen Sogarn TORSHOV. Haaken Jakobsen Sogarn TORSHOV and Berte TORESDATTER were married WFT Est 1774-1800.3,413 Reference Number:1497139 Children were: Thorer HAAGENSEN.


Kari TORESDATTER3,413 was born about 1686 in From Doli.3,413 She died in 1724.3,413 She is reference number 94026.

Spouse: Halvor Olsen BROSTAD. Halvor Olsen BROSTAD and Kari TORESDATTER were married WFT Est 1714-1723.3,413 Reference Number:1498289 Children were: Ola Halvorsen BROSTAD.


Charles Thomas TORGERSON3,38 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 24140.

Spouse: Jane GULICKSON. Charles Thomas TORGERSON and Jane GULICKSON were married. Reference Number:476598 Children were: Mary Ovila TORGERSON.


Mary Ovila TORGERSON3,38,186 was born on 20 Jun 1878 in Madison, Dane, WI.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,186 She died on 27 Nov 1964 in Twin Falls, Tf, ID.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,186 She was buried on 30 Nov 1964 in Sunset Memorial Park, Twin Falls, Tf, ID.3,38 She is reference number 24138. She was in Methodist.3,186 Parents: Charles Thomas TORGERSON and Jane GULICKSON.

Spouse: Robert Franklin BOYD. Robert Franklin BOYD and Mary Ovila TORGERSON were married on 5 Jun 1901 in Giltner, Hamilton, NE.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,186 Reference Number:476544 Children were: Carl Fulton BOYD, Jennie Mae BOYD, Clara Ethel BOYD, Ross Edwin BOYD, Robert Clifford BOYD, Frances Armanda BOYD, Opal Loy Margaret BOYD.


Irmgard Di TORINO7,368,370 was born about 1022.501 She died on 21 Jan 1077/78.368 Parents: Manfredo II ODALRICO Marchese Di Torino-Albenza and Berta D' ESTE.

Spouse: ECKBERT Markgraf Von Meißen. ECKBERT Markgraf Von Meißen and Irmgard Di TORINO were married. Children were: Gertrud Von MEI?EN.

Spouse: OTTO Herzog Von Schwaben. OTTO Herzog Von Schwaben and Irmgard Di TORINO were married in 1036.464 Children were: Gisela Von SCHWEINFURT, Alberada Von SCHWEINFURT, Beatrix Von SCHWEINFURT, Jutta Von SCHWEINFURT.


William TORNVEL.377

Spouse: Maud BEAUMONT.


Catherine TOROND3,39 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4829.

Spouse: William DE HOOTEN. William DE HOOTEN and Catherine TOROND were married. Reference Number:92698 Children were: Margaret HOOTON.


Mr. TORRANCE3,1087 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 42880.

Spouse: Harriet BOYD. Mr. TORRANCE and Harriet BOYD were married. Reference Number:766315


Anne TORRELL.19

Spouse: Henry JOSELYN. Children were: Mary JOSELYN.


Aaron TORRENCE2,3 was born about 1722 in , Co. Londonderry, Ireland.2,3 He died Unknown in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky.2,3 He is reference number 31064. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Torrence and Allied Families," by Robert M. Torrence (Gen. Soc. of PA,
Wickersham Press, Philadelphia, 1937) p.35,43-46. FHL #929.273 T 635t. Cites:
(a) Rev. George Paull Torrence, Marion, IN. (b) "History of York Co., PA," by
George Prowell, Vol. 1, p.153-155. (c) Family Records. (d) "Paull-Irwin, A
Family Sketch," by Elizabeth Maxwell Paull (Blairsville, PA). (1e) Parish
Register, Prebyterian Church of Mercersburg, PA. (f) PA Archives, 3rd Series,
Vol. XX, p.217. (g) Land Office, Dept. of Interior, Harrisburg, PA, Deed Bk
I-D, p.273, Washington Co., PA. (h) Papers in possession of Mr. Ridgely
Torrence. (i) Miss Elizabeth Findlay Torrence of Cincinnati, OH (b. 1856).
(2) PA Warrant Registers, Vol. 21, Washington & Westmoreland Counties. FHL Film
#1,003,199. Cites: (a) H/78/276, survey D38/222.

!Birth: (1) ca.1722, co. Londonderry, Ireland, s/o Albert Torrence by his 1st
wife.
Marriage to Susannah Finley: (1c) 1750, Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA.
Marriage to Elizabeth Irwin: (1) Elizabeth (Irwin) McConnell. (1e) 20 Mar 1774,
Presbyterian Church, Mercersburg, PA, by Rev. John King of Upper West
Conococheague Presbyterian Church.
Death: (1) Lexington, Kentucky, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Susannah Frost.
Burial: (1i) Lexington, Kentucky. (1) His grave has not been found, but the earliest
cemetery at Lexington has been abandoned, due to a plague of cholera in 1833,
when bodies were hurriedly buried in tiers.

(1a) Came from Londonderry, Ireland at the same time as the IRWINs, McCONNELLs,
FINLEYs, BROWNSONs, SMITHs, VAN LEARs and McDOWELLs, and settled in what is now
Franklin Co., PA.
(1) Lived in that part of York Co., Pennsylvania which later became Franklin Co., PA.
(1b) 1756, Apr: Indians attacked McCord's Fort, situated on the banks of
Concococheague Creek, along the North Mountain, within the present area of
Franklin Co., PA. This was a private fort, where the settlers assembled for
protection and safety. The Indians set fire to the fort and killed or carried
into captivity all of the occupants. Immediately after this disaster, a large
number of representative citizens of York Co., which then included Adams Co.,
signed a petition appealing to the PA Lt. Gov. for assistance. Many of the 200
signers were Scotch-Irish or English Quakers. Among them were Anon TORENS,
James HAMILTON, David WATSON, Alexander BROWN, William SMITH, Rev. Thomas
BARTON, William MILES, John GILLELEAND, William BARD, Alexander WHITE, George
LATIMER, William LINDSEY, and Nicholas BISHOP.
(1d) c.1768: Living in the Redstone Settlement in Fayette Co., PA. Neighbor of
George PAULL.
(1) After his 2nd marriage, he lived on the plantation where his wife and
her family by William McCONNELL had been living, a part of the estate of her
father James IRWIN. It consisted of 400 acres in Peters Twp., Franklin Co., PA.
(1) 1776, 26 May: Will of James IRWIN orders the plantation whereon my
son-in-law Aaron TORRENCE and my daughter Elizabeth live to be sold at the
direction of my executors, 1/3 of the value thereof to be given to my daughter
Elizabeth and the remainder to be equally divided among her children born to
William McCONNELL and to my daughter Elizabeth Irwin McCONNELL.
(1f) 1778: Aaron TORRANCE taxed, Peters Twp., Franklin Co., PA.
(1f) 1779: Aaron TORRANCE taxed, Peters Twp., Franklin Co., PA.
(1f) 1780: Aaron TORRANCE taxed, Peters Twp., Franklin Co., PA.
(1) Removed to Washington Co., PA.
(1g,2a) 1788, 4 Jun: Aaron TORRENCE issued a warrant for 50 acres at Silver
Spring Run, Strabane Twp., Washington Co., PA. (1g) This land was situated near
the present towns of Houstonville and Canonsburg. (2a) Return dtd 4 Aug 1919
for 45 1/8 acres, Patented to James B. WYLIE, self and in trust. (NOTE: 1919
is not a typing error.)
(1g) 1789, 7 Sep: His 50 acres was surveyed.
(1g) 1789, 17 Sep: Aaron TORANCE of Washington Co., Pennsylvania quit claimed to David
REDICK of Washington Co., PA, for 5s., all his right claim to a tract of land
in Washington Co., PA, situated on the waters of Chartiers Creek, adjoining
lands of Lund WASHINGTON, David CLARK, Thomas STOKELEY, Esq., and others, on
which "said land I now live." Wits. Alexander CUNNINGHAM, John REED. Surveyed 7
Sep 1789 in pursuance of Aaron TORRENCE's warrant dtd 4 Jun 1788, containing 50
acres with allowances, named Silver Spring Run, bounded by Thomas WILSON and
John WOLFE.
(1h) After the Revolutionary War, John TORRENCE, son of Aaron, preceded or
followed his father to Lexington, Kentucky. Aaron afterward lived there with his
married daughter, Mrs. Susannah FROST, until his death.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Torrence and Allied Families," by Robert M. Torrence (Gen. Soc. of PA,
Wickersham Press, Philadelphia, 1937) p.35,43-46. FHL #929.273 T 635t. Cites:
(a) Rev. George Paull Torrence, Marion, IN. (b) "History of York Co., PA," by
George Prowell, Vol. 1, p.153-155. (c) Family Records. (d) "Paull-Irwin, A
Family Sketch," by Elizabeth Maxwell Paull (Blairsville, PA). (1e) Parish
Register, Prebyterian Church of Mercersburg, PA. (f) PA Archives, 3rd Series,
Vol. XX, p.217. (g) Land Office, Dept. of Interior, Harrisburg, PA, Deed Bk
I-D, p.273, Washington Co., PA. (h) Papers in possession of Mr. Ridgely
Torrence. (i) Miss Elizabeth Findlay Torrence of Cincinnati, OH (b. 1856).
(2) PA Warrant Registers, Vol. 21, Washington & Westmoreland Counties. FHL Film
#1,003,199. Cites: (a) H/78/276, survey D38/222.

!Birth: (1) ca.1722, co. Londonderry, Ireland, s/o Albert Torrence by his 1st
wife.
Marriage to Susannah Finley: (1c) 1750, Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA.
Marriage to Elizabeth Irwin: (1) Elizabeth (Irwin) McConnell. (1e) 20 Mar 1774,
Presbyterian Church, Mercersburg, PA, by Rev. John King of Upper West
Conococheague Presbyterian Church.
Death: (1) Lexington, KY, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Susannah Frost.
Burial: (1i) Lexington, KY. (1) His grave has not been found, but the earliest
cemetery at Lexington has been abandoned, due to a plague of cholera in 1833,
when bodies were hurriedly buried in tiers.

(1a) Came from Londonderry, Ireland at the same time as the IRWINs, McCONNELLs,
FINLEYs, BROWNSONs, SMITHs, VAN LEARs and McDOWELLs, and settled in what is now
Franklin Co., PA.
(1) Lived in that part of York Co., PA which later became Franklin Co., PA.
(1b) 1756, Apr: Indians attacked McCord's Fort, situated on the banks of
Concococheague Creek, along the North Mountain, within the present area of
Franklin Co., PA. This was a private fort, where the settlers assembled for
protection and safety. The Indians set fire to the fort and killed or carried
into captivity all of the occupants. Immediately after this disaster, a large
number of representative citizens of York Co., which then included Adams Co.,
signed a petition appealing to the PA Lt. Gov. for assistance. Many of the 200
signers were Scotch-Irish or English Quakers. Among them were Anon TORENS,
James HAMILTON, David WATSON, Alexander BROWN, William SMITH, Rev. Thomas
BARTON, William MILES, John GILLELEAND, William BARD, Alexander WHITE, George
LATIMER, William LINDSEY, and Nicholas BISHOP.
(1d) c.1768: Living in the Redstone Settlement in Fayette Co., PA. Neighbor of
George PAULL.
(1) After his 2nd marriage, he lived on the plantation where his wife and
her family by William McCONNELL had been living, a part of the estate of her
father James IRWIN. It consisted of 400 acres in Peters Twp., Franklin Co., PA.
(1) 1776, 26 May: Will of James IRWIN orders the plantation whereon my
son-in-law Aaron TORRENCE and my daughter Elizabeth live to be sold at the
direction of my executors, 1/3 of the value thereof to be given to my daughter
Elizabeth and the remainder to be equally divided among her children born to
William McCONNELL and to my daughter Elizabeth Irwin McCONNELL.
(1f) 1778: Aaron TORRANCE taxed, Peters Twp., Franklin Co., PA.
(1f) 1779: Aaron TORRANCE taxed, Peters Twp., Franklin Co., PA.
(1f) 1780: Aaron TORRANCE taxed, Peters Twp., Franklin Co., PA.
(1) Removed to Washington Co., PA.
(1g,2a) 1788, 4 Jun: Aaron TORRENCE issued a warrant for 50 acres at Silver
Spring Run, Strabane Twp., Washington Co., PA. (1g) This land was situated near
the present towns of Houstonville and Canonsburg. (2a) Return dtd 4 Aug 1919
for 45 1/8 acres, Patented to James B. WYLIE, self and in trust. (NOTE: 1919
is not a typing error.)
(1g) 1789, 7 Sep: His 50 acres was surveyed.
(1g) 1789, 17 Sep: Aaron TORANCE of Washington Co., PA quit claimed to David
REDICK of Washington Co., PA, for 5s., all his right claim to a tract of land
in Washington Co., PA, situated on the waters of Chartiers Creek, adjoining
lands of Lund WASHINGTON, David CLARK, Thomas STOKELEY, Esq., and others, on
which "said land I now live." Wits. Alexander CUNNINGHAM, John REED. Surveyed 7
Sep 1789 in pursuance of Aaron TORRENCE's warrant dtd 4 Jun 1788, containing 50
acres with allowances, named Silver Spring Run, bounded by Thomas WILSON and
John WOLFE.
(1h) After the Revolutionary War, John TORRENCE, son of Aaron, preceded or
followed his father to Lexington, KY. Aaron afterward lived there with his
married daughter, Mrs. Susannah FROST, until his death. Parents: Albert TORRENCE.

Spouse: Susannah FINLEY. Aaron TORRENCE and Susannah FINLEY were married in 1750 in Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:560224 Children were: ,Hon. Joseph TORRENCE, Samuel TORRENCE, John TORRENCE, David TORRENCE.

Spouse: Elizabeth IRWIN. Aaron TORRENCE and Elizabeth IRWIN were married on 20 Mar 1774 in Mercersburg, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:557226 Children were: Susannah TORRENCE.


Agnes TORRENCE2,3 was born on 30 May 1790.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29871. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Torrence and Allied Families," by Robert M. Torrence (Gen. Soc. of PA, Wickersham Pre ss, Philadelphia, 1937-49) p.49. FHL #929.273 T 635t.

! Birth: (1) 30 May 1790, d/o James Torrence/Janet Shields.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Torrence and Allied Families," by Robert M. Torrence (Gen. Soc. of PA, Wickersham Pre ss, Philadelphia, 1937-49) p.49. FHL #929.273 T 635t.

! Birth: (1) 30 May 1790, d/o James Torrence/Janet Shields. Parents: James TORRENCE and Janet SHIELDS.


,Jr. Albert TORRENCE2,3 died between 1804 and 1806 in Greene Twp., Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 29704. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Torrence and Allied Families," by Robert M. Torrence (Gen. Soc. of PA,
Wickersham Press, Philadelphia, 1937) p.30-31,36-37. FHL #929.273 T 635t.
Cites: (a) Chambersburg, Franklin Co., PA, Deed Bk 7, p.300. (b) Cumberland
Co., Pennsylvania Will Bk B, p.232. (c) Deeds and Survey Bk 3, p.115,319. (d) Pennsylvania
Archives, 5th series, Vol. 6, p.527. (e) "West Side Application, Harrisburg,"
p.59. (f) PA Archives, 3rd series, Vol. 20, p.192. (g) Franklin Co., Pennsylvania Probate
Records, Will Bk B.

!Birth: (1a,b) s/o Albert Torrence.
Death: (1a) Before 30 Jul 1806, Franklin Co., PA. (1g) Will dtd 2 Mar 1804,
Franklin Co., PA.

(1c) 1766, 4 Aug: 273 acres surveyed, survey #18, for William Torrance,
Letterkenny Twp. (now Greene Twp.), Franklin Co., PA, bounded by Albert
Torrance, James Torrance.
(1e) 1766, Aug: Had 250 acres, Letterkenny Twp., Cumberland Co., PA, adjoining
land of Benjamin Chambers on the east; land of James Forsyth on the west; and
land of Albert Torrance Sr. on the NE.
(1b) 1775, 9 Sep: Albert Torrence of Letterkenny Twp., Cumberland Co., PA,
farmer, wrote his will. Calls himself weak in body. Gives to son Albert,
all that tract of land whereon I dwell, including my stone house, orchard,
barn, including 200 acres of land, together with all farming utensils. Names
wife Elizabeth and son Albert executors.
(1) Lived in the stone house inherited from his father, located 4 miles from
Chambersburg on the Conococheague Creek, Franklin Co., PA, known as Dumbarton.
(1d) 1778, 14 May: Enlisted in Col. James Johnston's 8th Battalion, Cumberland
Co., Pennsylvania Militia. Served as 1st Lt.
(1f) 1781: Unmarried. Taxed for 595 acres, 3 horses, 3 cattle, Letterkenny
Twp., Cumberland Co., PA.
(1) 1791, 14 Apr: Albert Torrence of Green Twp., Franklin Co., PA, conveyed to
his brother-in-law Hugh Wiley land granted to him in 1776.
(1) His name appears on Pew No. 36, Rocky Springs Presbyterian Church, 4 miles
from Chambersburg. In this church, which replaces an old log church built in
1743, the pews have individual doors on which are inscribed the names of the
original pew holders.
(1g) 1804, 2 Mar: Wrote his will. Made bequest to his sister Jean, wife of
Thomas McKean; sister Elizabeth, wife of John Ferguson and to her children
Elizabeth and Hugh Ferguson; to sister Mary, married to Hugh Wiley; to
brothers William and James. Executors were John Ferguson Sr., Hugh Ferguson
Jr., and Thomas McKean.
(1a) 1806, 30 Jul: James Torrence of Allegheny Co., PA, made a deed, wherein he
stated that his father, Albert Torrence, obtained various office titles for
land on, or near, East Conococheague Creek in the names of himself and his
sons, and whereas the said Albert Torrence died, seized thereof, having first
made his will, duly registered at Carlisle, Cumberland Co., and therein, among
other things, did give, devise and bequeath to me, the said James Torrence,
certain parts of his lands now situate in Franklin County, on or near siad
Creek, and whereas Albert Torrence Jr., late of Franklin Co., deceased, did
purchase of me the said lands, it is now alleged that no sufficient conveyance
thereof can be found. Now the said James Torrence, for 50 lbs., deeds to his
nephew Hugh Ferguson, the acting executor of my brother Albert Torrence Jr.,
all right, title and interest. Wits. Andrew Endsley, Albert Torrence.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Torrence and Allied Families," by Robert M. Torrence (Gen. Soc. of PA,
Wickersham Press, Philadelphia, 1937) p.30-31,36-37. FHL #929.273 T 635t.
Cites: (a) Chambersburg, Franklin Co., PA, Deed Bk 7, p.300. (b) Cumberland
Co., PA Will Bk B, p.232. (c) Deeds and Survey Bk 3, p.115,319. (d) PA
Archives, 5th series, Vol. 6, p.527. (e) "West Side Application, Harrisburg,"
p.59. (f) PA Archives, 3rd series, Vol. 20, p.192. (g) Franklin Co., PA Probate
Records, Will Bk B.

!Birth: (1a,b) s/o Albert Torrence.
Death: (1a) Before 30 Jul 1806, Franklin Co., PA. (1g) Will dtd 2 Mar 1804,
Franklin Co., PA.

(1c) 1766, 4 Aug: 273 acres surveyed, survey #18, for William Torrance,
Letterkenny Twp. (now Greene Twp.), Franklin Co., PA, bounded by Albert
Torrance, James Torrance.
(1e) 1766, Aug: Had 250 acres, Letterkenny Twp., Cumberland Co., PA, adjoining
land of Benjamin Chambers on the east; land of James Forsyth on the west; and
land of Albert Torrance Sr. on the NE.
(1b) 1775, 9 Sep: Albert Torrence of Letterkenny Twp., Cumberland Co., PA,
farmer, wrote his will. Calls himself weak in body. Gives to son Albert,
all that tract of land whereon I dwell, including my stone house, orchard,
barn, including 200 acres of land, together with all farming utensils. Names
wife Elizabeth and son Albert executors.
(1) Lived in the stone house inherited from his father, located 4 miles from
Chambersburg on the Conococheague Creek, Franklin Co., PA, known as Dumbarton.
(1d) 1778, 14 May: Enlisted in Col. James Johnston's 8th Battalion, Cumberland
Co., PA Militia. Served as 1st Lt.
(1f) 1781: Unmarried. Taxed for 595 acres, 3 horses, 3 cattle, Letterkenny
Twp., Cumberland Co., PA.
(1) 1791, 14 Apr: Albert Torrence of Green Twp., Franklin Co., PA, conveyed to
his brother-in-law Hugh Wiley land granted to him in 1776.
(1) His name appears on Pew No. 36, Rocky Springs Presbyterian Church, 4 miles
from Chambersburg. In this church, which replaces an old log church built in
1743, the pews have individual doors on which are inscribed the names of the
original pew holders.
(1g) 1804, 2 Mar: Wrote his will. Made bequest to his sister Jean, wife of
Thomas McKean; sister Elizabeth, wife of John Ferguson and to her children
Elizabeth and Hugh Ferguson; to sister Mary, married to Hugh Wiley; to
brothers William and James. Executors were John Ferguson Sr., Hugh Ferguson
Jr., and Thomas McKean.
(1a) 1806, 30 Jul: James Torrence of Allegheny Co., PA, made a deed, wherein he
stated that his father, Albert Torrence, obtained various office titles for
land on, or near, East Conococheague Creek in the names of himself and his
sons, and whereas the said Albert Torrence died, seized thereof, having first
made his will, duly registered at Carlisle, Cumberland Co., and therein, among
other things, did give, devise and bequeath to me, the said James Torrence,
certain parts of his lands now situate in Franklin County, on or near siad
Creek, and whereas Albert Torrence Jr., late of Franklin Co., deceased, did
purchase of me the said lands, it is now alleged that no sufficient conveyance
thereof can be found. Now the said James Torrence, for 50 lbs., deeds to his
nephew Hugh Ferguson, the acting executor of my brother Albert Torrence Jr.,
all right, title and interest. Wits. Andrew Endsley, Albert Torrence. Parents: Albert TORRENCE and ELIZABETH.

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