McIntyre – Marriages Doylestown Intelligencer
26 Oct 1830 McIntyre, Eve ( see Moses Weaver)
Weaver, Moses to Eve McIntyre, both of Tinicum, by Rev. H.S. Miller (29 Nov 1830)
27 May 1806 McIntyre, Mary (see Lemuel Lincoln)
Lincoln, Lemuel – Printer to Mary McIntyre, both of Hartford, CT (16 Jun 1806)
26 Nov 1829 Mcintyre, Nelson of Haycock to Mary Bewighouse of Bedminster, by Andrew Heller, Esq (7 Dec 1829)
Goshenhoppen Records of St John’s
Charles and Elizabeth M’Entire sponsors to the baptism of James Reuben son of Peter Erb and Christine Kuntz 1818
Baptism 1802 – Charles M’Entire sponsor for Mary M’Carty born Feb 1 of John M’Carty and His wife Elizabeth
Bucks County Pennsylvania Orphan’s Court Records 1685-1852
File 4596 Apr 27, 1835
Charles McIntire, Haycock, Twp Died 1835
Widow Elizabeth and children Joseph and William, under 14. Nicholas G. Kohl appointed guardian. Children Charles and Loretta, over 14. Nicholas G. Kohl appointed guardian. Widow Elizabeth and children Nelson, Robert, Charles, Matilda, Louisa (wife of Abner McCarty), Mahlon, Loretta, Joseph and William M. Owned 94 acres.
There was a McIntyre family in Tinicum
There was also a McIntyre family in Frenchtown, Hunterdon County, NJ. As you would expect – it is across the Delaware River from Tinicum.
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