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Richard KirkpatrickAge: 43 years17121755

Name
Richard Kirkpatrick
Given names
Richard
Surname
Kirkpatrick
Birth 1712

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Birth of a son
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Joseph Kirkpatrick
1746 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a daughter
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Jane Kirkpatrick
1750 (Age 38 years)
Birth of a son
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Moses Kirkpatrick
1753 (Age 41 years)
Baptism of a sonIsaac Kirkpatrick
July 28, 1755 (Age 43 years)
Note: Isaac Kirkpatrick
Birth of a son
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Isaac Kirkpatrick
October 31, 1755 (Age 43 years)
Death 1755 (Age 43 years)
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from History of Perry Co, PA by Hanin 1922

concerning whites found on indian land in Cumberland Co (now Perry Co) before 1754 "Some of these men went away peaceably, upon the promise that when the lands were purchased from the Indians they might re- turn to their claims, but others were morose and went to other sections. Among those to return were Richard Kirkpatrick and John McClure."

"The site of the old Sherman's Creek Church, near Shermans- dale, is marked by an old graveyard, on what is known as the Zeigler property, between Fio Forge and Dellville, and where tra- dition claims that the first white man buried in the county was laid. In it are interred ancestors of the Stewarts and Kirkpatricks,

of Duncannon."

from "Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia Of The Juniata Valley, comprising the Counties of Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata, and Perry, Pennsylvania. . . .containing. . . Sketches Of Prominent And Representative Citizens And Many Of The Early Settlers. Illustrated 1897 Chambersburg, Pa; J.M. Runk & Co., Publishers:

"Richard Kirkpatrick, who was of Irish extraction, was one of the early settlers of Cumberland county, Pa., where he took up in 1751 a tract of land within 3 miles of the present site of Carlisle, Pa."