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  FINDLAY, William   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
FINDLAY, GOV. WILLIAM, the second son of Samuel Findlay and Jane Smith, was born near Mercersburg, Franklin county, Pa., June 20, 1768.
William, in his boyhood, displayed that activity of mind and thirst for knowledge which were the characteristics of his manhood.
Findlay offered additional sections, providing that a plaintiff might file a statement of his cause of action, instead of a declaration; for reference of matters in dispute to arbitration; that proceedings should not be set aside for informality; that pleadings might be amended, and amicable actions and judgments entered without the agency of an attorney.
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 Findlay Market
Findlay and a partner, James Smith, built a log store near the Ohio River in 1793 and, a year or two later, moved operations to a larger general merchandise store around the corner from the original site.
Findlay was among the early entrepreneurs and land speculators who both fueled and profited from young Cincinnati's rapid growth from a population of 1,000 in 1802 when it was incorporated to a population of more than 46,000 in 1840.
Findlay's death, executors of the Findlay estate donated the parcel identified as a market on the Northern Liberties town plat to the City of Cincinnati, stipulating that it be used to build a public market named for and commemorating General Findlay.
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 PHMC: Governors of Pennsylvania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The son of Samuel Findlay, a Mercersburg storekeeper and farmer, and Jane (Smith) Findlay, and the brother of two congressmen, John and James, William Findlay was born June 20, 1768.
In 1819 Findlay was faced both with the economic impact of the Panic of 1819 and impeachment charges based on his work while state treasurer.
Findlay died on November 12, 1846, and is buried in Harrisburg Cemetery.
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 William Findlay
FINDLAY, William, governor of Pennsylvania, born in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, 20 June 1768; died in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 12 November 1846.
His brother James Findlay, soldier, born in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, about 1775; died in Cincinnati, Ohio, 28 December 1835, removed to Cincinnati in 1793, was a member of the territorial legislative council in 1798, and after the admission of Ohio to the Union was often in the legislature.
Judge Findlay was a captain of militia in 1840'5 and 1852'6.
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 Who We Are
The Findlay Art Gallery was born at this unique time in America.
That era began the Findlay art tradition; W.W.'s sons, grandsons, and great grandsons followed -- and today, great-great-great grand-children continue the tradition.
At the turn of the century, 2nd generation Findlays took a chance with two young artists -- Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, now both considered as the best of the New West throughout the art world.
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 William Findlay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Findlay (20 June 1768–12 November 1846) was governor of Pennsylvania from 1817 to 1820.
A Jeffersonian Democrat, and lawyer by training, Findlay served in the state legislature and was elected state treasurer in 1807.
He remained in this position until 1817 when he was nominated for the post of governor in the state's first open convention.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/William_Findlay   (146 words)

 Hancock County, Ohio History
WILLIAM H. (deceased), was born in Champaign County, Ohio, January 16, 1810, and settled in Findlay, Ohio, in the fall of 1832.
ABRAHAM RUSSEL BELDEN, Findlay, was born in the city of New York, the youngest child of Richard Nathaniel and Hilah (Russell) Belden, the former a native of New London, Conn., and the latter of New York.
WILLIAM L., attorney at law, dealer in real estate and insurance and loan agent, mayor of Findlay, son of the late Dr: William D. and Harriet E. (Rawson) Carlin, and grandson of Squire Carlin and Dr. Bass Rawson, was born and reared in Findlay, this county.
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 York South (electoral district) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For most of the period after World War II, it was a bastion of the CCF and its successor the NDP being the riding of three CCF/NDP leaders in the Ontario legislature; Ted Jolliffe, Donald C. MacDonald and Bob Rae.
William George Beech - Progressive Conservative - 1951-1955
William G. Canadian federal election, 1965: York South
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When Findlay, Snyder’s successor, was a member of the House of Representatives, he was the first person to suggest moving the capital from Lancaster to Harrisburg.
Shunk married Jane Findlay, the daughter of former Governor William Findlay.
William Bigler was the son of a Pennsylvania German farmer.
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 Hancock County, Ohio History
Findlay now owns a good town property, extending from the public square to Crawford Street, and whenever its growth justifies the erection of more elaborate buildings than now occupy the ground there is plenty of room upon which to erect them.
While Findlay has quite a goodly number of manufacturing establishments there is ample room for many more, and her citizens are ever ready to encourage and assist any legitimate enterprise in that line that desires to take advantage of her wonderful resources.
Findlay is comparatively free of debt, while her schools, churches and other public buildings are generally large and solidly built structures, fully in harmony with the progressive spirit of the age.
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 Courier Electronic Edition: Historical Column   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Findlay was at the White House during the president's illness, with her niece.
William Findlay was born three years after his brother James.
John Findlay, the oldest son in the Findlay family, served in Congress from a Pennsylvania district from 1821 to 1827.
www.thecourier.com /opinion/historic/RL041400.htm   (618 words)

 William Findlay -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
William Findlay (20 June 1768–12 November 1846) was (The head of a state government) governor of (A Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies) Pennsylvania from 1817 to 1820.
A (Click link for more info and facts about Jeffersonian Democrat) Jeffersonian Democrat, and lawyer by training, Findlay served in the state legislature and was elected state treasurer in 1807.
He was the first governor to lead the state from its new capital of (Capital of Pennsylvania; located in southern part of state) Harrisburg, running many of the functions of government out of his own home while the new capitol building was under construction.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/w/wi/william_findlay.htm   (145 words)

 Courier Electronic Edition: Historical Column   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Findlay family history is traced to the grandfather of James Findlay in Pennsylvania.
THE VOLUME GOES ON to say that the oldest Findlay brother, John, who had remained in the home area of Franklin County in Pennsylvania, was a colonel in the Pennsylvania volunteer regiment that marched to the defense of Baltimore in the War of 1812 and was elected to Congress from a Pennsylvania district.
The reference in the forgoing paragraph to the three brothers includes William, the former governor of Pennsylvania, who was in the United States Senate while his two brothers were in the lower house.
www.thecourier.com /opinion/historic/RL040700.htm   (600 words)

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She also adds that all of the children of William and Martha FINDLEY were born in Ireland, but she gives the birthdate of Margaret as July 1757, which is impossible, as William was still married to Jane at that time.
William FINDLEY was a descendant of one of the old signers of the `Solemn League and Covenant' in Scotland, and another of his ancestors bore a prominent part in the memorable siege of Londonderry, Ireland.
While one chronicler records this Samuel FINDLAY as the founder of the family in the New World, another indicates that he died prior to the establishment of the name in America, and that his widow and two or more sons were really the pioneers making the trans-Atlantic voyage to Pennsylvania.
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 Jeremy Findlay, violoncello   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Findlay’s cello lessons began with his father, William Findlay, cellist of the Toronto Symphony, and as a scholarship student at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
Young Canadian cellist Jeremy Findlay worked excellently with the conductor and orchestra, evoking a clear and distinctive tone from his instrument, as well as bravura-charged virtuosity in the better known Concerto in A minor, but also maturity and a feeling for form in the rarely performed, later written D minor Concerto.
Findlay’s overall quality of musicianship is high and, in combination with his strong choice of repertoire, he makes a fine recording debut with this release.
www.hunsteinartists.com /findlay.html   (914 words)

 My Family
WILLIAM JAMES MACLAY and MARY A. He was married to LOUISE MIGLIARACEA on 10 Feb 1887.
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 Huffman - pafg05 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Glen William PARKER [Parents] was born on 26 Apr 1945.
She was born Feb. 20, 1910, in Findlay to William and Etta (Mosier) Huffman.
Timothy William STACY was born on 18 Dec 1975.
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 Williamsha - pafn01 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
William Shannon was born about 1720 in Cork Ireland and died July05,1784.
William and his family were of the Presbyterian Faith and weremembers of
William Shannon was killed by Indians at the Battle of Blue Lick.
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 The Mayor's of Buffalo, New York -William F. Rogers
William Findlay Rogers was born in Forks Township, near Easton, Pennsylvania, on March 1, 1820, the son of General Thomas J. Rogers.
When his father died when William was 12 years old, he was forced to abandon his education and find a job.
William Findlay Rogers was married in June 20, 1842 to Caroline Waldron, of Honsdale, Pennsylvania, who died in 1847.
www.buffalonian.com /history/industry/mayors/Rogers.htm   (3641 words)

 Biography for: William Findlay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
William Findlay, a Glasgow portrait, figurative and mural painter and etcher, was the son of a G.P. and author.
Findlay studied at Glasgow School of Art and in Paris.
Findlay was among those Glasgow painters who in 1891 appended their names to a list requesting that the Corporation of Glasgow buy JW's Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 2: Portrait of Thomas Carlyle (YMSM 137) (transcription">#12326).
www.whistler.arts.gla.ac.uk /biog/Find_W.htm   (172 words)

 Elmer Findlay Bagley - KS-Cyclopedia - 1912
Elmer Findlay Bagley, though a resident of Topeka but ten years, has rapidly forged to the front as one of that city's most progressive and successful young business men.
He is president of the Elmer F. Bagley Company, of Topeka, an incorporated company, the chief business of which is the buying and selling of unimproved lands in the states of Kansas and Texas, but the company also deals in bonds and mortgages.
William A. Bagley is now a resident of Atlantic, Iowa, and is ninety-four years old.
skyways.lib.ks.us /genweb/archives/1912/b3/bagley_elmer_findlay.html   (534 words)

 TSO Cello Bios   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
William Findlay is known as a "cellist's cellist." A gifted artist, this native Torontonian became, at the invitation of Walter Susskind, the Toronto Symphony's youngest member; however, upon being awarded a four-year scholarship to the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, he left the orchestra to study with Ronald Leonard.
Findlay rejoined the TSO under Karal Ancerl, Andrew Davis, Gunter Herbig and most recently Jukka-Pekka Saraste.
Findlay would be regarded as a cellist's cellist, so close a union did the instrument and he form.
www.tsomusicians.com /names/bios/cello.html   (1611 words)

 My Family
She was married to WILLIAM MACLAY GEDDES on 4 Feb 1871.
She was married to WILLIAM RALPH MACLAY on 23 Nov 1961.
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 Beattie family of Glenbucket and Strathdon
Also possible that this Adam was another son of William who was not yet 16 at the time of the 1696 list, which would make this a fairly young marriage.
William and Elspet appear in the 1881 census at Netherton with six of their ten children.
William is listed as a mail-gig driver, usual residence Lumsden Village Auchindoir.
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18 October 1796, Samuel Findlay will, probated 1 December 1804; land at mouth of Loyal hannah in Westmoreland County; land in Northumberland County, on waters of Stump Creek, not to be sold until son Nathan comes of age.
Richard Brownson, late of Peters died seized of certain lands in Peters, joining lands of Walter McKinnie, James McKinnie and Samuel Findlay, situated on Conococheague Creek, died intestate; land vested in children and legal heirs, subject to dower of widow, Mary Brownson.
Agnes Findlay is legal heir of Richard Brownson.
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The assistant light-keeper William Weight (himself a survivor of the Brahmin wrecked in 1854), was later arrested and sentenced to two years’ imprisonment and dismissed from the lighthouse service for obtaining goods, including furniture, illegally from the schooner.
Crew of the brig Harrington, Captain William Campbell, discovered a quantity of wreckage from what appeared to be a large vessel, at the southern end of King Island.
On 18 March 1802, while at anchor between New Year Island and the King Island mainland, crew of the brig Harrington, Captain William Campbell, discovered a quantity of wreckage from what appeared to be a large vessel, at the southern end of the island.
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 Univ. of Findlay vs Ashland University
Univ. of Findlay vs Ashland University (Oct 26, 2002 at Ashland, OH) SACKS (UA-A): Univ.
A 2-6 U40 John Szabo pass complete to William Block to the UF40, fumble forced by Team, fumble by William Block recovered by AU Jon Qualls at UF44.
A 2-13 A02 William Block rush for 4 yards to the AU6 (Dave Verhoff;Cody Cramer).
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 Find in a Library: William Findlay's Inaugural address to the Legislature, December 1817
Find in a Library: William Findlay's Inaugural address to the Legislature, December 1817
William Findlay's Inaugural address to the Legislature, December 1817
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 PA State Archives - MG-8 - Scope and Content Note - Pennsylvania Collection (Miscellaneous)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
William Bacon Stevens, 1871, on the subject of the unification of Italy
William Wilkins, 1812, 1819, 1834, and to William Orbison, 1820-21 (4), regarding a case of the Bank of the United States against the Huntingdon Bank
The collection's earliest dated item, 1626, is a receipt issued to a William Penn, perhaps the uncle of Sir William Penn, more probably a member of another branch of the Penn family.
www.phmc.state.pa.us /bah/dam/mg/mg8.htm   (1069 words)

 Gettysburg College-Musselman Library Special Collections   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Bikle, Philip M. 2 letters to Dr. Bikle from William Granville describing his concern about an inappropriate performance to be taken on the road, representing Gettysburg.
Letter to William Heilig from Hay, while at PA College.
Wood, William W. "The Apple Industry of Adams County," thesis submitted for a Master of Science at Gettysburg College d.
www.gettysburg.edu /library/specoll/manuscripts/VFMs.html   (3972 words)

 Relations Of Brian Keith Botley Sr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was married to Catherine SMITH on 14 May 1835 in Morgan County, Ohio.
Children were: William FISHER, John I. Elisha F. He was married to Melvina RALSTON on 18 Jan 1855 in Morgan County, Ohio.
She was married to William HARTFORD on 16 Dec 1834 in Morgan County, Ohio.
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