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"The George's of Pennsylvania

Updated November 9, 2000

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The George's start with Albrigh George, abt. 1730, and died June 1793 in Belfast Twp., Bedford Co., PA. It is said that he came from Germany. Still trying to find out his parents name and if he had any brothers or sisters.

I have quite a bit on the George's but still missing some links.

Have many who were in the Civil War they were Union and I have sent for pension records. Waiting for them to come. I have my 2nd Great Grandfathers pension records from the Civil War, he was with the 171st. Co., E PVI. Eight George's served with the Civil War. Five of them were brothers.

Frederick Michael, 55th PVI Lt., Quarter Master
William Micheal George, 55th PVI
Adam M. George, 55th PVI
Frederick L. George, 149th Regt., PVI Bucktails
Paul N. George, 55th Co., A PVI
Christopher C. George, Co., B 139th PVI
Philip George 55th Co., A PVI


 
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