John McAninch, Pioneer, Armstrong Co., Penn., part 8 of 10

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1834: John McAninch and wife to Asa Freeman, Deed

Between John McAninch and Elisabeth his wife of the first part and Asa Freeman

of the second part

Witnesseth: ... John McAninch and Elisabeth his wife for ... four hundred and fifty

dollars lawful money of the United States ... land situate partly in Franklin and partly

in Buffalo Townships in the County of Armstrong

Containing ninety-nine acres and allowance

/s/ John [his x mark] McAninch Sr. [sic]

/s/ Elisabeth [her x mark] McAninch

Recorded 18th November, 1834; Armstrong County,

Deed Books, Volume 8, pages 475-476

 

 

John McAninch, Pioneer, Armstrong Co., Penn., part 9 of 10

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1838: John McInch [sic] et ux to William McCullogh, Deed

Between John McInch [sic] and Betsy his wife of the one part and William McCullogh

of the other part, all of Armstrong County ... for three hundred and fifty dollars

land ... allotment No. 3 of tract No. 315 of Holland land, surveyed and returned on

warrant numbered 2869 ... granted to him by the Holland Company by their agent

Charles Gaskill

Recorded 1st Jan. 1839, Armstrong County,

Deed Books, Volume 11, pages 251-252

 

 

John McAninch, Pioneer, Armstrong Co., Penn., part 10 of 10

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1839, Estate Records of John McAninch, Armstrong County,

Register Docket No. 499, Volume I, pg. 135

Letters of Administration on the estate of John McAninch late of said County deceased

were granted more than a year ago to Henry McAninch late of said County ...

said Henry has neglected to file any account of his administration on said estate and

refused to pay off claims [Henry] The administrator has no knowledge of any goods

for him to administer on except [five] judgements to William McCullogh