Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Francis Irwin listed in Pennsylvania Archives, Colonial Records, Series 6, Volume VII, page page 188; Volume X, page 201; Volume XI, page 154, 155, 156

 

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Francis Irwin is listed as Private in 48th Regiment Volunteer Artillery under the command of Captain John Irvin.

Francis Irwin Series 6 Volume VII Page 188

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Francis Irwin is listed as Private in the Receipt Roll of a Company of Militia commanded by Lieutenant John Martin of the 6th Company,  1st Battalion, 132 Regiment Pennsylvania Militia commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Dale for the period 24 July 1813 to 10 August 1813, the number of days in service 14 days. Rate of pay per month $10.00. Paid $6.00

Francis Irwin Series 6 Volume X Page 201

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This indenture made between John Potter, Esq high Sheriff of the County of Cumberland in the province of Pennsylvania of the one part and John Smith, John Calhoun, Arthur Forster, Francis Irwin, Andrew McIntire and William Thompson – Freeholders and Inhabitants of the said County of the other part witnessed that by virtue of the Act of General Assembly of this Province October 1, 1756 met at the Election House in the town of Carlisle and by free vote did elect and chose William Allen, Esq. and William West both of Philadelphia Representative to serve in Assembly for Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

Francis Irwin Series 6 Volume XI Page 154

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This indenture made between John McClure, Esq. Coroner of the County of Cumberland in the province of Pennsylvania of one part and John Smith, John Calhoun, Arthur Forster, Francis Irwin, Andrew McIntyre and William Thompson part witness that an Act of General Assembly of this province on the 1 October 1756  met at the Election House in the town of Carlisle and choose William Parker and John Mitchell Sheriffs for the County of Cumberland, Pennsylvania. 

Francis Irwin Series 6 Volume XI Page 155

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This indenture made between John Potter, Esq, high Sheriff of County of Cumberland in province of Pennsylvania of one part and John Smith, John Calhoun, Arthur Forster, Francis Irwin, Andrew McIityre and William Thompson freeholders and inhabitants of Cumberland County and the other part witnessed  by an Act of General Assembly of this province on 1 October 1756 met at the election house in town of Carlisle and chose John McClure and Robert Miller Coroners for Cumberland County.  The Freeholders have set their hands and seals dated 2 October 1756.

Francis Irwin Series 6 Volume XI Page 156

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