2 edition of Christian Balsley, Rev. War soldier and founder of the Balsley family of Virginia. found in the catalog.
Christian Balsley, Rev. War soldier and founder of the Balsley family of Virginia.
Earl D. Balsley
|Other titles||Christian Balsley, Revolutionary War soldier and founder of the Balsley family of Virginia., Christian Balsley of Penn. & Va., Balsley.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B222 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||92137273|
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Children's dates of birth, death and marriage from "Christian Balsley Rev. War Soldier and Founder of the Balsley Family of Virgina" by Earl D. Balsley, Earl Balsley also wrote of "Immigrant Peter Baltzly's Settlement in Berks Co., PA " privately published in Gravesite Details Christian is NOT buried at this cemetery, but there is a plaque placed there in his honor as the founding father of the Balsley family to Virginia.
He is the son of Peter Baltzly. He is the son of Peter ph: Sherando United Methodist Church. Biography of Pennsylvania Civil War Rev. War soldier and founder of the Balsley family of Virginia.
book of the Balsley Family. In addition to battles fought, injuries and POW info, each Civil War bio typically has genealogy data such as birthplace and birthdate, parents, spouse, children and occupation.
The Balsley family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Balsley families were found in the USA in In there were 17 Balsley families living in New York.
This was about 41% of all the recorded Balsley's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Balsley families in While calling himself “Lord,” and declaring himself to be the “Earl of Sterling,” he had no just claim to the family title.
His rightful name was William Alexander (Diet, of American Biog., etc.). Alfred Harcourt Balsley, grandson of Ensign Christian Balsley, married the daughter of Richard Sterling. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
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Rev. Balsley, who was 56 years old, died Thursday afternoon. He had resided in San Antonio five years, coming from Paterson, N. J., to take charge at St.
Luke's Church. The funeral services at St. Mark's Episcopal Church were conducted by Bishop Johnston, assisted. Marjorie Walden (Fielding) Balsley, 97, widow of Henry Elwood Balsley, of Staunton, died Tuesday, May 2, at King's Daughters' Community Health and Rehab Center.
She was born J in Augusta County, a daughter of the late Marvin and Nora (Crickenberger) Fielding. United States U.S. Military Revolutionary War Veterans' and Lineage Society Records. See also DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) and SAR (Sons of the American Revolution).
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William Christian was a Continental soldier, militiaman and politician from the Colony of Virginia who served in the era of the American Revolution. The Town of Christiansburg, Virginia, is named in his honor. He was a signatory to the Fincastle Resolutions and founder of Fort William.
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