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Daniel McHenry 1755 book II - Daniel Butterfield McHenry 1783

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by: Vinniedee Hippensteel
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Publication Date: May 15, 2017
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 278
Binding: Spiral Bound
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Book Synopsis
Past History said the Butterfield middle name came as when the McHenry family escaped from the West Branch to Fort Augusta for safety from the Indian raids a family by the name of Butterfield gave the family shelter. He was the fourth son of Daniel & Mary (Stevens) McHenry. He was raised in Stillwater, now Columbia County, PA. Upon attaining his majority he was given part of his father's land holdings between Raven Creek and Fishingcreek, where he lived all his days and where his son Joseph F. lived and his granddaughter Ella McHenry Hagenbuch made their home. Records show that the family were farmers in the early years. Daniel married Mary Coleman and they had 11 children who intermarried with many local family names.
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