Softback, updated 2013 book re: Samuel Irwin of Philadelphia serviced in the Union Army during the Civil War from 1862 to 1865. This book covers his wartime service along with copies of his original... More > Military Records.< Less
This Hardback updated 2013 book reports Samuel Irwin was born in Ireland in 1830 and came to Philadelphia in 1852. Four years later he married Elizabeth Floyd. In 1862 at the age of 32, Samuel joined... More > the Union Army during the Civil War. This book contains copies of Samuel's original Civil War records which were obtained from the National Archives of the United States. Included are the Company muster rolls for Company I, 67th Pennsylvania Infantry, Volunteer Enlistment dated August 21, 1862, Prisoner of War Records and Casualty Sheet, hand written medical records outlining the removal of his right arm at the shoulder joint and Certificate of Disability. Samuel was wounded in battle twice. The second time requiring his arm to be amputated. Earlier he was a POW. The records are very clear and a true examples of full and complete records as maintained by the army.< Less
HARD BOOK COVER - Samuel Floyd Irwin was the first born child of Elizabeth & Samuel Irwin born in the United States. Samuel Floyd Irwin was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1857 and died in 1937.... More > After school he worked with John Wanamaker as treasurer of his department store and in 1899 became treasurer of L. H. Parke Company, a seller of coffee, tea, spices and extracts in Philadelphia and later also in Pittsburgh, PA. This book covers the history of his sons, Samuel Clement Irwin, Donald Irwin and Edwin Floyd Irwin and grand children: Samuel Clement Jr., Richard P. Irwin, Floyd Thomas Irwin, John Myers Irwin, Donald Irwin Jr., Edwin W. Irwin, Howard A. Irwin, James M. Irwin, Grace Irwin DeHart and Sally Irwin Plumer. New Exhibits were added in 2013 providing lots of historical family details. Extra special section on the family of Samuel Mitchell Clement and his family from Philadelphia. Includes a generation by generation history of the family from 380 to 2013. Printed May 4, 2013.< Less
Samuel Floyd Irwin was the oldest child of Elizabeth (Floyd) & Samuel Irwin. He was the first Irwin in our family line to be born in the United States and was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1857 and... More > died at the age of 80 years in 1937. After school he went to work at the John Wanamaker Department Store and in time became the treasurer of this giant department store. In 1899, Samuel joined his brothers William and John at L. H. Parke Company where he became treasurer of company. Parke was a seller of coffee, tea, spices and extracts in Philadelphia and later in 1904 in Pittsburgh, PA. This book covers the history of the life of Samuel Floyd Irwin and of his sons, Samuel Clement Irwin, Donald Irwin and Edwin Floyd Irwin and grand children: Samuel Clement Jr., Richard P. Irwin, Floyd Thomas Irwin, John Myers Irwin, Donald Irwin Jr., Edwin W. Irwin, Howard A. Irwin, James M. Irwin, Grace Irwin DeHart and Sally Irwin Plumer. New Exhibits were recently added providing lots of historical family details.< Less
This 100 page, August 15, 2010 book is about the history of the Irwin & Clement Families of Philadelphia. The book provides a great deal of information on Gregory Clement (Regicide) of London,... More > England, and the families of Samuel M. Clement, Samuel Floyd Irwin and Robert F. Irwin, all of Philadelphia, and on the family of Samuel Clement, founder of Clementon, New Jersey and on his parents and grand parents, early Quaker settlers of Western New Jersey. Also included is information on the families of Samuel Clement Irwin, Donald Irwin and Edwin Floyd Irwin and on their mothers: Elizabeth Clement Irwin, Sarah Clement Irwin and on their sister Anna Clement Irwin, wife of Robert F. Irwin.< Less
SEE PREVIEW - Book covers the history of the Carroll family of Annapolis, Maryland starting with Dr. Charles Carroll, born 1691 and his daughter, Mary Clare Carroll, born 1727. Also covers Nichols... More > Maccubbin Carroll, born 1751, Mary Clare Carroll, born 1796, Mary Clare Carroll Spence, born 1825, Olivia Patricia Macgill, born 1857, Emily Albert, born 1885, Rebecca Carroll Ligget, born 1915 and Rebecca Carroll Buck Irwin, born 1941. The full family histories of the families of both Daniel Buck and Robert Ligget, both of Philadelphia is also included.< Less
This October 2012 book covers the ancestral families of Jessie (Dittrich) Irwin, the wife of Donald Irwin. They were the parents of Donald Irwin Jr., Edwin W. Irwin, Howard A. Irwin and James M.... More > Irwin.
Charles C. Dittrich came to Philadelphia in 1850 from Prussia where his father had been a famous general in the Prussian army. Jessie's father, James A. Dittrich, in 1888 married Mary Holt Allen.
Mary's ancestor, William Allin, arrived in Rhode Island from England in 1660. Later John Allen (1747-1813) was in the Revolutionary War. The book covers many generations of both the Dittrich and Allen families of Jessie Dittrich Irwin.< Less
This updated 2013 book is about the ancestors of Helen May Smith who in 1910 married Samuel Mark Hershey. Helen's parents were Charlotte (Campbell) and Howard A. Smith both of Newark, New Jersey.... More > Howard was a well known bike builder in Newark. Charlotte parents were Charlotte (Eagles) and David Campbell. David Campbell was a very successful businessman in New Jersey during the period of 1840 to 1891. He also was the president of the Mount Tabor Camp Meeting for nearly ten years. David Campbell's life story is most interesting. Full details included on the Smith, Campbell and Eagles family lines< Less
In 1884 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania the tea importing partnership of Irwin & McBride was founded by Andrew P. Irwin and Robert F. Irwin. The company later became IRWIN-HARRISONS-WHITNEY,INC.,... More > the largest corporation of its type in the United States during the inter war years with over 20 locations around the globe. Between 1900 and 1940 Irwin - Harrisons - Whitney was the largest exporter of tea from Japan and the largest importer of tea into the United States. This Irwin Family History Book was revised in 2013.< Less
This is a history of the BUCK, LIGGET, McCAHAN, ALBERT, CASEY, MACGILL AND CARROLL families of Philadelphia and Baltimore. Individuals discussed are Daniel Buck, born 1822, Robert Ligget, born 1808,... More > Jacob Albert, born 1787,James Casey, born 1798,Rev.James Macgill, born 1701 and Dr. Charles Carroll, born 1691 plus Rebecca Carroll Ligget Buck and her husband Stuart Wylie Buck, Jr. and their children Stanley L. Buck, Rebecca Carroll Buck Irwin and Olivia Buck Woodman.< Less