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ISO any info of Arbuckle's in York County early 1700's
Posted by: barbara bonomini (ID *****7249) Date: June 30, 2009 at 22:43:54
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I have found the following refs and am wondering if anyone has found records on this family.
Early York County Court Records show James, Joseph and James Jr. Arbuckle in debt suits.
Will in 1740's of Catherine (Cat) Raynes shows a Rosana Arbuckle as a witness.
Will of Andrew Arbuckle 1747 registered in York, but states he is of Boston, mentions Rosina Arbuckle, Joseph, James and John Arbuckle. Also mentions his mother (no name given and that he leaves money for her in hands of Joseph Holts (elder) of First Church of York.
I would appreciate any help anyone can give.
Thank you.


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