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DONALD IRWIN By An Irwin Family History Book
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This 77 page updated book dated 2014 covers the life of DONALD IRWIN born January 1891 in Philadelphia. His parents were Sarah (Clement) and Samuel Floyd Irwin. At 16 Donald Irwin went to work at L.... More > H. Parke Company in Philadelphia. At 28 he became a vice president of the company and in 1935 the senior stockholder and president. He worked at the company for over 58 years. During that period the company purchased a competitor in both Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and additional two companies in Washington DC and a company in Richmond, Va and in Albany,New York. In 1915 Donald married Jessie E. Dittrich. They had four sons: Donald Irwin Jr, Edwin W. Irwin, Howard A. Irwin and James M. Irwin - all of whom worked at L. H. Parke Co.< Less
IRWIN FAMILY By An Irwin Family History Book
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IRWIN FAMILY BOOK - November 1, 2010 update of eight generations of the Irwin family in paper back, 441 pgs.
The Readjustment By Will Irwin
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Henry "Will" Irwin (1873–1948) was an... More > American author, writer and journalist who was associated with the muckrakers.Irwin was born September 14, 1873 in Oneida, New York. In his early childhood the Irwin family moved to Clayville, New Jersey, a farming and mining center south of Utica. In about 1878 his father moved to Leadville, Colorado, establishing himself in the lumber business, and brought his family out. When his business failed Irwin's father moved the family to Twin Lakes[disambiguation needed], Colorado. A hotel business there failed too, and the family moved back to Leadville, to a bungalow at 125 West Twelfth Street. In 1889 they moved to Denver, where he graduated from high school. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Henry_Irwin< Less
IRWIN - CLEMENT FAMILIES By An Irwin Family History Book
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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
SAMUEL FLOYD IRWIN By An Irwin Family History Book
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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
IRWIN FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS By An Irwin Family History Book
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IRWIN FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS OVER THE YEARS IN BOTH COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE.
An Irwin Family History Book By An Irwin Family History Book
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This 134 page short book is a two hundred year history, (1801 - 2014), of the Samuel Irwin (1830 - 1894) and Samuel Floyd Irwin (1857 - 1937) families of Philadelphia. Also included are the families... More > of Donald Irwin (1891 - 1973) and Donald Irwin Jr. (1916 - 2002). Other families noted are: Floyd family of Philadelphia, Clement family of Philadelphia, Dittrich family of Philadelphia, Allen family of Rhode Island,Hershey family of Mount Joy & Lancaster, PA, Bachman family of Mount Joy, PA, and the Smith and Campbell families of Newark, NJ. The following companies were reviewed: L. H. Parke Company and Irwin - Harrisons - Whitney, Inc.< Less
IRWIN & HERSHEY HISTORY By An Irwin Family History Book
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THIS 332 page updated March 9, 2010 book is a HISTORY OF THE ANCESTORS OF DONALD IRWIN JR AND HIS WIFE, GLADYS E. HERSHEY. The book covers the life of Samuel Irwin, Samuel Floyd Irwin, Donald Irwin... More > and Donald Irwin Jr. plus Gregory Clement of London, Samuel Clement of New Jersey, Samuel Mitchell Clement of Philadelphia and the Hershey family of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Extensive review of the live of Christian Hershey, Rev. Samuel Hershey, Samuel Harnish Hershey, Samuel Mark Hershey and the Harnish family. The Dittrich family of Prussia and Philadelphia is reviewed including Christian Charles Dittrich. The family of David Campbell of Mount Tabor and Newark, New Jersey is reviewed.< Less
SAMUEL IRWIN and THE CIVIL WAR By An Irwin Family History Book
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SAMUEL IRWIN, 1830 -1894, enlisted in the Pennsylvania 67th Infantry Regiment during the Civil War on August 21, 1862 at the age of 32 years. He spent time as a prisoner of war and caught typhoid... More > while in a southern prison. Publishing date May 9, 2016. Samuel was wounded twice in battles, first shot in the neck and if the mini ball had been an inch or two in a different direction, he would have been killed instantly. The second time during the Third Battle of Winchester, Virginia, he was shot in the arm and almost lost his life in the process if the arm had not been removed. A picture of the bullet that caused the wound is included in this book. THIRD BATTLE OF WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA - Because of its size, intensity, serious casualties among the general officers on both sides, and its result, many historians consider the battle the most important conflict of the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. This book contains the only known CIVIL WAR PICTURE of SAMUEL IRWIN. Revised 2016.< Less
Elizabeth & Samuel Irwin, "Founders of Our Irwin Family Line in America" By An Irwin Family History Book
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Samuel Irwin was born 186 years ago in 1830 in Northern Ireland and came to America in 1852. Later in 1856 he married Elizabeth Floyd. Samuel was in the Civil War and was wounded two times. He... More > lost his right arm when he was wounded at the Third Battle of Winchester, VA on September 19. 1864. Upon his return to his family, he restarted his pushcart business in Philadelphia selling coffees and teas house to house. Elizabeth and Samuel had 7 children. The five boys started two businesses (Irwin-Harrisons & Whitney, Inc. and L. H. Parke Company) that by the early 1900s were highly successful. The oldest son was Samuel Floyd Irwin and he had three sons: Samuel Clement Irwin, Donald Irwin and Edwin Floyd Irwin. Other sons of Elizabeth and Samuel Irwin were Andrew P. Irwin, Robert Forsythe Irwin, William P. M. Irwin and John M. Irwin. This book is an October 2016 updated book with lots of new facts and pictures including a hospital Civil War picture of Samuel Irwin.< Less