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Re: Dorman family in Mifflin County, PA
Posted by: Gene Stuckey (ID *****4132) Date: August 09, 2010 at 07:02:21
In Reply to: Re: Dorman family in Mifflin County, PA by Sharon Brandt of 942

Hi Sharon,
My e-mail address is and I check on it regularly.

Glad to share anything. Here is a sample(abbreviated)of the Dorman/Bell connection back from my great grandmother, Miriam Harper Kean/Kane:

Robert Dorman/Jane > George Dorman/Mary Glass > Nancy Dorman/Robert Harper > John Harper/Jane McClenahen > Miriam Harper

William Bell/Jane or Jean Lea > George Bell/Mary Bell > Margaret Bell/John McClenahen > Jane McClenahen/Robert Harper > Miriam Harper/William Kean/Kane

George Bell: Private, 4th Battalion, 1775; Captain, 5th Battalion, 1777-1778.

I have documentation back to William Bell (who provided grain and fodder to the revolutionary forces) as well as the service records of his George and one of George's brothers (who met George Washington). Do you have any info on George Dorman's militia service? If not, looks like I have another item to research.


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