COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

 

ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF PERKIOMEN

PEW HOLDERS IN 1790: THEIR PARENTS AND CHILDREN.

 

 

 

 

Donated to the

Historical Society of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

by Jesse Davis in 1935

 

 

Sketch of St. James' Church in service 1790

Photo from Yorke Family Collection of Mary Parker Beaman, contributed by Rita Gerardine.

 

 

Revised 2005

 

With Additions and Corrections to original Pew Chart information,

plus additional data from Military Records, Map Plots,

Wills, Deeds, etc. from the personal research of

St. James Family descendants, including Associated Families

 

Rita Gerardine - Newberry/Skeen/Yorke

Gene Rooks - Adams/Casselberry/Lane/Couch/Bean/Hallman

Joe Patterson - DeHaven Association, Pawling/Davis

Barbara Wentz - Davis/Koplin/Rambo/Umstead Family Research Team

Eleanor Mayfarth - Evans/Davis/Adams/Umstead Family Research Team

 

Our thanks to Barbara Bateman, Archivist of St. James Church,

Patricia Caster, Archives Coordinator for the Castor Assoc. of America (CAOA),

and the staff of the Historical Society of Montgomery County Library

for their assistance in this project.

 

We welcome further Additions and Corrections citing Primary

sources (Wills [original or from Will Books], Land Records, Bibles etc.)

St. James Address:
Archivist, St. James Church, 3768 Germantown Pike, Collegeville, PA 19426

 

email to: history@stjames-episcopal.org

 

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GUIDE TO USING THE ST. JAMES PEW HOLDERS CHART, 1790