S151 SAMUEL ALLEN: Came to America near the end of the eighteenth century from England, bringing his widowed mother, whose first name is unknown and who returned to England; remarried, gaining a surname that is also unknown. Samuel became a farmer near Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pa. He was twice m. and had a large family. His ch. include: (1) Hetty, who m. a man by the name of Green, David, Yost and John, who was b. 1823, became a farmer and m. Mary Hocker. He served with the 13th regiment of Penna. Cavalry Volunteers for three years, enrolling in 1862. They had the following ch.: (A) Samuel d. y. (B) George: d. y. (C) Hettie: b. 1858; m. Charles Gelwicks and is still living at Franklin County, Pa. (D) Winfield Scott: b. 1861; m. Emma Schlicter; d. 1914. They had: (a) Nora and Ivan: who d. in infancy. (b) Mary Catherine: who m. Wm. Alleman. They reside at Shippensburg, Pa. (c) Blanche, Philadelphia. (d) Elva, Shippensburg. (e) Anna: m. Richard Kyle. They reside in Franklin County. (f) Paul: b. 1913.
Genealogy of Samuel Allen Family
MLA Source Citation:Seaver, Jesse Montgomery. Allen Family Records. American Historical-Genealogical Society, 1929. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 2 April 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/pennsylvania/genealogy-of-samuel-allen-family.htm - Last updated on Nov 3rd, 2012
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