~ VANLUVANEE

Descendants of Elijah VANLUVANEE -
born in Doylestown PA 1800
01 JUNE 2000

Descendants of Benjamin VANLUVANEE - born in Doylestown PA 1800

Benjamin Vanluvanee, 5-19-1789 died: Feb 20,1873. 84 years Doylestown Presbyterian.


11 October 2002

VANLUVANEE OF BUCKS COUNTY
not in the Elijah Vanluvanee database

14 APR 2000

Vanluvanee Northampton Obituaries

VANLUVANEE OBITUARIES IN THE DOYLESTOWN DEMOCRAT

Delaware 1782 Tax Assessment & Census List
New Castle (Assessment)
Vanleuvenigh, Zac (30)
Vanleuvenigh, Israel (6)
Vanleuvenigh, John, Esq (6)

Van Leuvenigh House, New Castle Delaware

ARMITAGE HOUSE

The Armitage Inn gets its name from the Armitage family whose daughter Ann married Zachariah Van Leuvenigh and lived in this house with her family. In 1789, her husband bequeathed to her this house "fronting the River Delaware" where she lived until her death in 1824 at the age of 87.

HISTORY OF ARMITAGE HOUSE

“Gentlemen, you might be interested in knowing occupants of this room have watched ships sailing up and down the Delaware for nearly 300 years. Although the Inn was built in 1732, one of the rooms on the main floor was actually built in the 1600’s. They say William Penn first set foot in the New World just a few feet from the Inn’s front door.
“Perhaps most pertinent to our purpose today,” added Winderside, “is the role the house played during the American Revolutionary War. Zachariah Van Leuvenigh bought the property in 1765. He was a patriot during the War. Post riders, carrying information about the progress of the War, would stop to give Van Leuvenigh the latest news. He gave them comfort and sped them on their way.

COLONIAL FAMILIES OF PHILADELPHIA

The Ambler Gazette 1916-10-26

Horsham and Upper Dublin news

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCormick and Miss Vanluvanee, of Dresher, spent Tuesday in Philadelphia

Miss Vanluvanee, a nurse from Helena, Mont., has been spending some time with her sister, Mrs. Charles McCormick, at Dresher.

The Ambler Gazette 1915-11-04

Flourtown
Mrs. Maggie VanLuvanee and Mr. and Mrs. Garfield VanLuvanee of Souderton, were the guests of Mrs. Elizabeth MacLaughlin on Sunday

The Ambler Gazette 1915-09-05

$1.25 a year
Horsham and Upper Dublin
Joseph Vanluvanee of Dresher, spent Saturday evening and Sunday in Philadelphia.

The Ambler Gazette 1916-09-07
Horsham and Upper Dublin
Joseph Vanluvanee of Tioga, spent Sunday at Randal Fentons,Dresher

The Ambler Gazette 1922-08-17

Penllyn
Nevil Hart and George VanLuvanee have returned to their respective positions on the Reading Railroad in this place.

The Ambler Gazette 1917-04-05
Flourtown
Mrs. Margaret VanLuvanee and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur VanLuvanee of Lansdale, were the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Elizabeth MacLaughlin on Sunday.

The Ambler Gazette 1915-08-26

Joseph VanLuvanee and Randal Fenton of Dresher, returned home after spending a week in camp at Pipersville. During their staty there were caught in the Tohickon creek a 2 1/2 pound bass and a 25 inch pike.

The Ambler Gazette 1913-08-21

By the explosion of a gasoline tank at Doylestown, Frank Vanluvanee was badly burned about the face and arms.

David Sutton, of Riegelsville, has been awarded the contract to reconstruct the bridge over the Tohickon at California in Richland township for $1128.00

The Ambler Gazette 1916-10-26

Horsham and Upper Dublin news

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCormick and Miss Vanluvanee, of Dresher, spent Tuesday in Philadelphia

Miss Vanluvanee, a nurse from Helena, Mont., has been spending some time with her sister, Mrs. Charles McCormick, at Dresher.

The Ambler Gazette 1916-09-28


Miss Anna Vanluvanee, nurse in a Helena, Mont. hospital, who is in Philadelphia attending a nurses' convention, spent Sunday and Monday with her sister, Mrs. Charles McCormick, in Dresher.

The Ambler Gazette 1915-09-05

$1.25 a year
Horsham and Upper Dublin
Joseph Vanluvanee of Dresher, spent Saturday evening and Sunday in Philadelphia.

 

The Ambler Gazette 1918-08-22


Joseph Vanluvanee, of Philadelphia, brother of Mrs. Charles McCormick, of Dresher, was killed in action in France on July 30. The young man resided in Ambler until the death of his parents. late reports tell of his glorified death in the service of humanity.

 

Soldiers and Sailors System

Van Luvanee, Henry
Union
Cavalry
1st Regiment, Maryland Cavalry, Potomac Home Brigade

Detailed Soldier Record

Henry Van Luvanee (First_Last)
Regiment Name 1 Potomac Home Brig. Md. Cav.
Side Union
Company M
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Corporal
Alternate Name Henry/Van Luvance
Notes
Film Number M388 roll 12

Bucks County Intelligencer - VANLUVANEE Thanks to Priscilla Sharp


October 30, 1890
Sad Accident at Lumberton Quarries
On Tuesday afternoon while Al Vanluvanee was standing on a ledge about 50 feet above the quarry a large stone came crushing down upon him, knocking him down so that he hung over the ledge head downward. He was soon helped out of her perilous position. Dr. Walter was sent for, and it was found on examination that one leg was broken below the knee, the other leg and hip broken and smashed in a frightful manner. One arm and some of his ribs were also broken. His head was cut but not dangerously. The doctor thought the best thing would be to send him immediately to a hospital and three of his friends took him to the Catholic Hospital at Trenton on the evening train. He was conscious all the time. Word was received by telegram Wednesday morning that he was very weak and nothing could be done for him. Another telegram soon followed saying that he was dead. He will be buried from his brother-in-law's residence, William Killmer. Al was a sober and industrious young man and had saved up quite a snug little sum of money. This is the first serious accident that has happened since the quarry has been running, although they have been employing a large number of hands, and being dangerous work nothing more serious than often mashed fingers or toes has been the result.

(October 30, 1890 from a local Bucks County paper)

VANLUVANEE'S IN PHILADELPHIA DIRECTORIES

submitted by:Debby, and many thanks

 

1921 Philadelphia
VanLuvanee Jane, h 3615 Chestnut

1917 Philadelphia
VanLuvanee Jane, h 3615 Chestnut
VanLuvanee Myra, nurse, h 119 W Pecan GTN
1910 Philadelphia
VanLuvanee Jane, h 3615 Chestnut
VanLuvanee Myra W, h 119 W Penn GTN
VanLuvanee Stella, h 5327 Haverford
1900 Philadelphia
none found

1895 Philadelphia
none found

BUCKS COUNTY DIVORCES 1806-1948

 

Page 34, Term: Apr 1946, Docket: 58:83, File: #19
Petition of Walter VanLuvanee vs Elinor H. Vanluvanee
18 March 1946 - decree 22 May 1947

1900 Terry Township Directory

Tri-Counties Genealogy & History Sites by Joyce M. Tice
Directories of Bradford County, Pennsylvania
http://www.rootsweb.com/~srgp/director/1900terr.htm>

bullet VanLuvanee, Edward J., (Wyalusing) r 42, farmer 35
bullet VanLuvanee, Israel, (New Era) r 45 ½, lumberman
bullet VanLuvanee, Lewis, (New Era) r 45 ½, dairy 6 cows, farmer 58

http://www.graves-r-us.com/Rancher.html>

1810 CENSUS

Name: Vanloovander, Israel Year: 1810
County: BUCKS CO. State: PA
Location: BRITTAIN TWP

Name: Vanloovander, John Year: 1810
County: BUCKS CO. State: PA
Location: BRITTAIN TWP

Name: Vanluvanigh, Jacob Year: 1810
County: NEW CASTLE CO. State: DE
Location: ST. GEORGES HUNDRED

 
      

Rancher Cemetery

Treasure County, Montana
Contributed by Joyce Obland, Dec 15, 2000, last updated Jan 05, 2002 [hogauge@mcn.net]. Total records = 222.

This cemetery is located southwest of Hysham, Montana. The small town was known as Myers. Traveling on Interstate 94, take exit 67 at Hysham. Follow this road till you come to a "T". Take a left and follow the road weaving around and the cemetery will be on your right.

The recordings with a (*) mean there is no marker in the cemetery. Recorded in Sep 2000 by Joyce Obland.

Phillip Vanluvanee

Bucks County Intelligencer Deaths 1804-1834

- Died:3 July 1809 -- Issue:10 July 1809 (60)

Benjamin Vanluvanee

- born:5/19/1789 -- died:2/20/1873 (84)

VAN LUVANNE, Clarence L., b. 02/07/1891, d. 4/1/1969, s/w Sophie E. VanLuvanee

VAN LUVANNE, Sophie E., b. 02/26/1895, d. 5/28/1979, s/w Clarence L. VanLuvanee

http://www.interment.net/data/us/mt/treasure/rancher.htm>

Christmas in the Netherlands
 

1871-2 Directory

Danborough PO, Shoemaker_ Elijah Vanluvanee

George A Hager

Mary A Vanluvanee

June 15, 1907

Bk 33 – page 43

 Marriage of George Hager and Mary Vanluvanee

George A. Hager 20 – LansdaleMary A. Vanluvanee 18 – HilltownMan: James & Christiana Hager, living Woman: William and Maggie R. Vanluvanee, livingWhite, man – moulder, woman: Seamstress

22 June 1907

Vanluvanee Parentage Report

Vanluvanee Marriage Report

 

 

 

Page last updated:July 7, 2012

 

 
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