PGC Listings

The Pennsylvania Genealogical Catalogue – 1816

This collection originally included listings of marriages, deaths, obituaries, and other notices from The Village Record, published in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

It has been expanded to include records that shed light on emigration patterns, customs and traditions, important events, medical history, biographical data, and more.

Marriage

  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on January 17, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage Notice On the 10th inst. by William Everhart Esq. Mr. LEVI EVANS of Chester county, to Mrs. SUSANNA BOWEN, of Delaware county.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on April 3, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage On Thursday the 21st ult. by the Rev. J. Pryce, Mr. JOHN BIRD to Miss JULIANA GRUBB, both of New Castle, Delaware.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on April 3, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage On Thursday the 14th ult. by William Newlin Esq. Mr. LEWIS BAILY to Miss MARY BAKER, both of Chester County.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on April 17, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage On the 4th instant by William Everhart, Mr. SAMUEL LOWDER, to Miss ELIZABETH SHAW, both of Chester County.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on April 17, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage On the 5th day the 11th instant, at Friends’Meeting house in Uwchlan, PETER SMEDLEY, Jun. to PRISCILLA SMITH both of Uwchlan, Chester county.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on April 17, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage On the 3d inst. by William Everhart, Esq. Mr. GEORGE FOUGLE to Miss ANN CRAIG, both of Chester County.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on August 28, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage In West Chester, on Wednesday, the 21st inst. by John Graves, Esq. Mr. JACOB EHRENZELLER, jun to Miss MARY ANN MATLACK, daughter of George Matlack, of Goshen township, Chester county.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on October 16, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage On Thursday the 26th ult. in Philadelphia, Mr. JOHN PENNYPACKER, to Miss MARY HIGHLY, daughter of Henry Highly, both of Charlestown township, Chester county.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on October 16, 1816 — Marriage — Marriage On Thursday the 10th inst. by Jacob Jones, Esq. Mr. SPENCER WOODS of London Grove, to Miss LYDIA GLASGOW, daughter of Mr. Elias Glasgow, of New London, all of Chester county.

Death

  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on April 3, 1816 — Death — Death Notice On First day morning the 17th ult. MARGARET FEW, consort of Isaac Few of Goshen township, she was interred the following Third day in Friends burial ground in West Bradford.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on April 3, 1816 — Death — Death Notice At Nathan Copein East Bradford on Sixth day morning the 22d of March, in the 34th year of his age, THOMAS PIM, son of Isaac Pim Deceased of East Caln, his remains were interred in Friends burial ground on First day following.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on April 3, 1816 — Death — Death Notice On Third day morning the 26th ult. in West Chester, AMOS WARREN, & was interred the following day in Friends burial ground in the Borough.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on June 12, 1816 — Death — Death Notice In the Borough of West Chester, on the 9th instant, ROBERT RUSHTON, aged about 83 years of age.
  • Chester & Delaware Federalist on August 28, 1816 — Death — Death Notice On Seventh day morning last, after a very short illness, at his dwelling house in Concord township, Delaware county, WILLIAM HANNUM, aged about sixty years.

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