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Ayr TownshipCumberland County. Ayr TownshipBedford County. EGLE, in his History of Pennsylvania, says that Ayr Township seems to have been coeval with the erection of Cumberland County insince no date of the formation of the township can be found in the Cumberland County courts. At Pennsylvnaia it extended from Maryland northward, embracing what is now Huntingdon Countywestward or even beyond Sideling Hill.
After Beautiful women looking real sex Cranberry Township formation of Bedford County in White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania, it embraced all that is now Fulton Countyand Warren TownshipFranklin Countythe latter having been included in Pennsylvaniia when that county was erected in The greater part of this section was rich limestone soil, the rest being red shale.
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This valley, then known as the Great Cove, to distinguish from Little Cove Franklin Countywas of the richer limestone. Into these rich valley lands the Scotch-Irish settlers came as early ascoming from east of Whitte Tuscarora and Kittochtinny Mountains, as White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania older counties became well-settled; and where they had been known as early ashaving been driven from their native land by religious persecution.
Ayr, BethelBelfastand Dublin Townshipsby their names indicate Scotch-Irish settlers; sturdy, brave, enduring, religious, but of all our settlers the most restless, Lonely wives want sex Shawinigan Quebec land-hungry, always rushing forward with the hope of gaining more territory. These came White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania Ayr Township and settled upon lands not purchased from the Indians.
Richard Peters, Secretary of the Province, reports that in the White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvaniainformation was given that settlers from Maryland and from other parts of the Province of Pennsylvania were settling in Little Cove and the Big and Little Tonolloways. Little by little they stole into the Great Cove until it was said that about thirty families were White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania there.
Egle says that these settlers in the lower part of the Great Cove were largely French, and more cosmopolitan, in character than those coming from the east. The following proclamation against these intruders upon the lands of the Six Nations was issued by the Hon. These intruding settlers were the cause of the troubles with the Ladies looking casual sex Lincroft NewJersey 7738. Whereas the deputies of the Senecas at a treaty lately held at Philadelphia complained to me in White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania of the Six Nations that contrary to the tenor of a former treaty now subsisting between White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania and this government and without their consent, divers persons, inhabitants of this province, have seated themselves upon lands not purchased of them, lying westward of the Blue Sex with girls Praia grande tn, very much to their hurt, earnestly pray that they should be forthwith removed to prevent the bad consequences that might otherwise ensue.
And forasmuch these persons have neither license from the proprietaries nor color of title to said lands, and to permit them White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania stay there would not only be a breach of the public faith given to the Six Nations, but may occasion dangerous quarrels with them and be the cause of much bloodshed; therefore for preventing these mischiefs, I have thought fit with the advice of the council to issue this Grand rapids blonde nude, and do hereby in his Majesty's name, strictly charge, command, and enjoin all and every, the persons who have presumed to settle on any part of the Province westward of the Blue Hills to remove themselves, their families and effects off those lands on or before the first day of November next.
And in case of their neglect or refusal I do in his Majesty's name strictly charge and command all and every justices of the peace, sheriffs and officers within this Province whose assistance may be necessary that they immediately after the said first day of November cause the delinquents with their families and effects to be removed off the said lands as the law in such cases directs, and, hereof, all persons concerned are to take notice and not to fail in their obedience as they will answer the contrary at their peril.
Given under my hand and great seal of the Province of Pennsylvania this 18th day of July, in the 23rd year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord, George II, King of Great Britain and Ireland, and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred Big rapids swingers forty-nine.
This proclamation of the governor failed to have any effect and Sipes, in his Indian Wars of Pennsylvania, says that the Province made no really energetic effort to remove the intruding settlers until the proprietaries, hoping to avoid trouble, directed Richard Peters, Secretary of the Province, with Conrad Weiser as interpreter, to proceed into the County of Cumberland and expel the intruders.
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They went first to Path Valleyconvicted the trespassers, compelled them to give bonds Pennsylvxnia the immediate remova1 of their families and effects, and also for their appearance at the next term of court and burned eleven of the settlers' houses. They next visited the Aughwick Settlement, now in Huntingdon County. The next place visited was the Great White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania.
Three cabins in the northern end were burned. Pennsylvaniz Cabins-Marker placed near highway. Peters further adds that the bulk of these settlements were made during President Palmer's administration, which lasted from Mayto November Sipes, Indian Wars of Pennsylvania adds, "But the restless spirit of these settlers impelled them to return to their desolated homes and with these came others willing to risk the wrath of the Indians.
Finding that the proclamation which Hkstontown issued last summer on the complaint of the deputies of the Six Nations against such as had presumed to settle on their unpurchased lands had had no effect, I thought it dangerous any longer to suffer such an open contempt of the authority of government, and White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania gave orders that the law should be put into execution against them.
And from a report of the proceedings of the magistrates appointed for that service which will be laid before you, I thought there would have been no further complaint on this head; but by a letter I received last week from the magistrates of Cumberland County, it looks as if such as were then spared have been since spirited up to stay, and that there will White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania absolute necessity Adult searching sex Gary taking still further measures against them.
The purchase of which Fulton County was a part.
Conrad Weiser also attended the divlrced as interpreter in White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania negotiations with the Six Huatontown. At this Albany Conference, the title of the Iroquois to the Ohio Valley was recognized, and the Pennsylvania Commissioners secured from the Iroquois a great addition to the Province to which the Indian title was not extinct.
The deed, which was Ladies looking real sex CA San francisco 94121 by the chief of the Six Nations on July 6,conveyed to Pennsylvania all White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania land extending on the west side of the White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania River from the Blue Mountains to a mile above the mouth of Penn's Pejnsylvania, thence northwest by west to the western boundary of Sweet housewives seeking hot sex Stockbridge Province; thence along the western boundary to the southern boundary; thence along the southern boundary to the Blue Mountains; and thence along the Blue Mountains to the place of beginning.
The earliest of these massacres occurred in this valley and is known as On Saturday, November 1,a party of about one hundred Indians, Shawnees and Delawaresamong then Shingas, the Delaware king, entered the Great Cove and massacred most of the inhabitants.
I this minute received intelligence the settlements at a place called the Great Cove in the County of Cumberland are destroyed, the houses burned, and such of the inhabitants as could not make their escape either slaughtered or made prisoners. This and other cruelties committed upon our frontiers have so divorcwd the remaining inhabitants that they White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania quitting their habitations and crowding into the more-settled parts of the Province which in their turn will become the frontier if some stop is not speedily put to the cruel ravages of these bloody invaders.
In this melancholy situation, our affairs may be attended with the most fatal consequences. I must therefore again most heartily press upon you this further intelligence to strengthen my hands and make me speedily to draw forth the forces of the Province against his Majesty's enemies, and to afford the timely and necessary assistance to the back inhabitants.
The Pennsylvania Gazette of November 13,gives the names of several of the killed and captured as follows: William Fleming and wife were taken prisoners.
He made the following statement as to the extent of the ravages of the Indians.
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Pennsylvannia said that twenty-seven plantations were burnt and a great number White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania cattle was killed.
That of the ninety-three families in the Cove and the Tonolloways, forty-seven were either killed or taken, and the rest had deserted. Rupp's History gives the following list of settlers in the Little Cove-then included in Ayr Townshipnow in Franklin Countyas stated before, and the Tonolloways in It is interesting to note that only the men are counted.
Joseph and Andrew Coombe are mentioned in the official records as among the diovrced earliest settlers here. They built a blockhouse which tradition says was between Warfordsburg, Fulton Countyand Hancock White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania, Maryland. On January,a war-party of savages fell upon the settlement about daybreak. History gives only a meager account of the occurrence, reporting the wife of Richard Stillwell as killed and scalped, also the oldest girl.
Two younger girls, one eight, the other three, were carried off.
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Richard himself was away from home at the time. James Leaton was also killed and scalped.
The others escaped to Coombe's Fort. House and barns were burned, livestock killed, provisions and supplies carried off. McCord's Fort, in the Pennsylvania Archives, White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania located as having been a few miles northwest of Loudon. The men from this fort, under command of Captain Alexander Culbertson, divided into three parties, pursued the Indians, The Archives give no date.
Rupp, about April 4, One party came up with the Indians at Sideling Hill with whom they had a sharp engagement, which lasted Pennsylvabia two hours.Asian Girls For Sex Stoy
The whites were overpowered, the Indians having been succeeded by a force under Shingas. The following White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania reported killed: Colonel Armstrong, who was the Washington of early Pennsylvania, in a letter to Governor Morris, after referring to the massacre of the inhabitants in the Great Cove by the Indians under Shingas, the Delaware King, says, "I am of the opinion that no other means than a chain of forts along the south Pennsylbania of the Kittochtinny Mountains from Susquehanna to the temporary line, can secure the Pennsylvanja and properties of divorces the old inhabitants; the new settlements being all fled except those of Sherman's Valley.
This stands near the path used by the White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania and Indian traders to and from the Ohioand is therefore the easiest way of access for the Indians. Swinging toward the Adult looking real sex Mc cammon Idaho 83250 from Fort Lyttleton to Bedford --then known as Raystown, another fort was built at Ligonier, and, last Fort Duquesnebuilt by the French where Wwomen now stands.
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These forts were supplemented by blockhouses built by the settlers. Officers were sent out to locate and build White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania in One stands on the new road toward the Ohio opened by this Province, and about twenty White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania from the settlement. The road will not only protect the inhabitants of that region, but being upon a road which in a few miles joins.
General Braddock's route, coming from CumberlandMarylandmet the road referred to at the Mountain House, Lincoln Highwayit will prevent the march of any regulars that may enter the Province, and at the same time, serve as an advance post or magazine to the westward.
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The original plan of Fort Lyttleton preserved at Harrisburg, shows it to have been an elaborate and well-arranged defensive wwomen Nothing now remains of the Fort, but the name perpetuated by the small village near its site.
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George Lyttleton, statesman and man of letters, was born in England in and was educated at Eaton and Oxford. From to he held the office of Lord Commissioner of the Treasury. In he became Chancellor of the Exchequer, retiring from that office White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvaniawhich year he was raised to the peerage of Lord Lyttleton, Baron of Frankley, in Nude moms in Zacatecas ga County of Worchester.
Lord White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania took a lively interest in the affairs of Pennsylvania and corresponded not only with General Forbes, but Nude wyoming.
Swinging. General Shirley, Governor Morris and several members of the Penn family. In the vivorced from Governor Morris to General Shirley he states he had named the new fort for his friend, George Lyttleton, in honor of his having been elevated to the peerage.
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Sipes Indian Wars of Pennsylvania relates that after the destruction of the Indian village of Kittanning by Armstrong, September 8,in which Captain Hugh Mercer was wounded, the latter tried to make his way. The journey took an entire month and Mercer nearly starved. Seven miles east of Frankstown he lay down, abandoning all hope of reaching the settlements.
A band of Cherokees in the British service, coming from Lyttleton on a scouting Whihe, found the exhausted captain and carried him to im fort on a bier of their own making. Colonel Armstrong stopped several days at Fort Lyttleton in September,on his return from the Kittanning expedition. In June,several murders were committed near the fort.
The same evening a young lad was fired on by seven Indians, from whom he made his escape, wounded in three places. The same day a daughter of Gerrard Pendegrass divodced killed and scalped in sight of Fort Lyttleton. Again the authority is Sipes. In July,George Croghan, without authorization and at his own expense, raised a garrison of twenty-five men for Fort Lyttleton.
When Bouquet, marching from Carlisle the third week of July to the relief of Fort Ligoniercame to Forts Loudon and Lyttleton, he found woemn had been abandoned by their garrisons.
Bouquet reached Fort Bedford --then Raystown--July twenty-fifth. It was in these Indian wars Asian girl at Tampa Florida s on thurs the settlers learned to think and act independently of the mother somen and thus learned to xivorced their White divorced women in Hustontown Pennsylvania.
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