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Welch--Finney and allied families, ca. 1620-1916

compiled by Emma Finney Welch (Mrs. Ashbel Welch)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967
12 microfilm reels : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, ports. ; 35 mm.
Collections of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania; Gen We 1-16

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Microfilm of typescript, ms., and printed materials collection at the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, Phildelphia.

Chiefly handwritten, includes some typescript and printed materials.

Most family histories and charts written 1900-1916, with many of the earlier ones revised in 1912.

Genealogical research and family histories on the ancestral and allied families of Emma Finney Welch, compiler, and her husband. She was born in 1855 at Middlebush, Somerset County, New Jersey, the daughter of John Finney (1829-1894) and Eliza Boice Coriell Finney (b. 1831). She married Ashbel Welch in 1878 at Lambertville, New Jersey. He was born at Lambertville in 1854, the son of Ashbel Welch (1809-1882) and Mary Hannah Seabrook Welch (1813-1874). Ashbel and Emma Finney Welch had one son, born at Lambertville, New Jersey in 1879. The family moved to Wichita, Kansas, in 1885, and to Philadelphia (Germantown) in 1895. Their son, Ashbel Russel Welch married Hedelind Elsa Beck in 1906 at Brooklyn, New York. She was born in 1882 at Stuttgart, Germany, the daughter of Louis Constantine Beck (b. 1843) and Caroline Storrs Hopkins Beck (1852-1888), a native of Ohio. She immigrated to the United States in 1884 to live with her uncle, Frankin Whetstone Hopkins. Ashbel Russell and Hedelind Beck Welch, had a daughter born in 1909 at Haworth, New Jersey.

Contains family histories and charts, newspaper clippings with obituaries and misc. articles, genealogical correspondence, printed pamphlets, photographs, etc.

Includes index.

Also partially indexed in: Manuscript card catalog of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania.

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