Pennsylvania Genealogies; Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German
2nd Ed. William Henry Egle was a prolific 19th century writer, who focused, primarily, on Pennsylvania genealogical and historical material, much of ... Show synopsis 2nd Ed. William Henry Egle was a prolific 19th century writer, who focused, primarily, on Pennsylvania genealogical and historical material, much of which is still used today. In this work, he documents the genealogies of numerous families in early Lancaster County, and many of those genealogies were developed to the latter years of the 19th century. The following is a list of the families treated: Ainsworth, Allen, Alricks, Anderson, Andrews, Awl, Ayres, Barnett, Beatty, Boas, Bomberger, Boyd, Bucher, Byers, Cowden, Craig, Crain, Curtin, Denny, Dixon, Eagley, Egle, Elder, Espy, Ferguson, Fleming, Forster, Fulton, Galbraith, Gray, Gregg, Greenawalt, Gross, Hamilton, Hays, Hoge, Keller, Kendig, Kunkel, Linn, Lobingier, Lyon, Maclay, McCormick, McNair, Muller, Murray, Neville, Orth, Parker, Roan, Robinson, Rutherford, Simonton, Stewart, Swan, Thomas, Wallace, Weir, Wiestling, Wiggins, Wilson, and Wyeth.There are 66 families included in this work, and roughly 3,000 person included in the index.