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Isaac KirkpatrickAge: 83 years17551838

Name
Isaac Kirkpatrick
Given names
Isaac
Surname
Kirkpatrick
Baptism
Christening
July 28, 1755 (Age )
Note: Isaac Kirkpatrick
Birth October 31, 1755 43 46
MarriageNancy GrahamView this family
yes

Death of a fatherRichard Kirkpatrick
1755
Death of a motherAnn Mercer
1758 (Age 2 years)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Nancy Kirkpatrick
October 1, 1806 (Age 50 years)
Death of a brotherJoseph Kirkpatrick
December 31, 1812 (Age 57 years)

Death of a sisterJane Kirkpatrick
about 1815 (Age 59 years)

Death of a brotherMoses Kirkpatrick
April 3, 1820 (Age 64 years)
Death November 15, 1838 (Age 83 years)
Burial
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
elder brother
8 years
elder brother
-2 years
elder sister
6 years
himself
Family with Nancy Graham - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage:
daughter

Baptism

Isaac Kirkpatrick Gender:«tab»Male Event Type:«tab»Christening Event Date:«tab»28 Jul 1755 Event Place:«tab»SAINT JAMES CHURCH,LANCASTER,LANCASTER,PENNSYLVANIA Father's Name:«tab»Richard Kirkpatrick Mother's Name:«tab»Ann Citing this Record "Pennsylvania, Births and Christenings, 1709-1950," Database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2VH-JLB : accessed 19 June 2015), Richard Kirkpatrick in entry for Isaac Kirkpatrick, 28 Jul 1755; Christening, citing SAINT JAMES CHURCH,LANCASTER,LANCASTER,PENNSYLVANIA; FHL microfilm 974.8 B2NQ 1900/A.

Shared note

from the History of Perry Co, PA by Hanin 1922

"By referring to the history of the Duncannon Pres- byterian Church, elsewhere in this book, it will be seen that the Sunday school connected with that church (organized in 1816), then known as "the church at the mouth of the Juniata," was the first one to be formed within the limits of what is now Perry County, and the only one to be organized while the territory was yet a part of Cumberland. The organization of this school is accredited to Mrs. Campbell and her sister, Miss Harriet Miller, of Carlisle, and the former's daughters, Sallie and Julianna. The ladies evidently remained in the community for a time, as Mrs. Campbell is quoted as being the first superintendent opening the school with prayer, save on occasions when Isaac Kirkpatrick, the first elder of that church, was present."

"Among other lands warranted were: Samuel Goudy, 215 acres in 1766; Richard Coulter, 217 acres in 1762, later owned by Rev. James Brady; Alexander Rutherford, 300 acres in 1787; Robert Nicholson, 682 acres in 1769; Joseph Kirkpatrick, 100 acres in 1790; Isaac Kirkpatrick, 300 acres in 1814, and Benjamin Abraham, 207 acres on both sides of Sherman's Creek at "the loop," in 1766. "

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