This is for the Abrams family from Somerset Co. Pa to Kentucky to Ohio (Henry Abrams)There is so much info that it takes a long time to sort it out.Here are a few quick links (Be sure to read Pioner Notes under Indian Stories): http://members.aol.com/lawrohio/Lawrence/deed1a.htm http://www.wwd.net/user/historical/divorces_A-K.html http://members.aol.com/lawrohio/Lawrence/deedg1a.htm http://www.wwd.net/user/historical/marra-g.htm http://www.wwd.net/user/historical/marr8.htm http://www.wwd.net/user/historical/marr21a.html http://www.wwd.net/user/historical/marr12a_g.html http://www.wwd.net/user/historical/indian.htm Under Pioneer Notes (info on WPa Settlers from Somerset County to Ohio - Kentucky land Grants)...... In December, 1794, Finley wrote to his friends in Western Pennsylvania, and a day was agreed on for all interested to meet at the Manchester settlement. In March, 1795, sixty men met, according to appointment. It was even yet not secure for this expedition, and the party met again in 1796, and consisted of the following named persons: Joseph McCoy, Benjamin and Wm. Rodgers, David Shelby, Jas. Harrod, Henry Bazil, Reuben Abrams, Wm. Jamison, Jas. Crawford, Samuel Anthony, Robt. Smith, Thos. Dick, Wm. and Jas. Kerr, Geo. and Jas. Kilgour, John Brown, Samuel and Robert Templeton, Ferguson Moore, Wm. Nicholson, and the worthy, afterward the well-known, Methodist missionary and itinerant, Jas. B. Finley.