Garlinghouse Families and Allied Families, 1746-1996 - Charles A. and Wilhelmine E. Garlinghouse. The names of more than one thousand Garlinghouses are catalogued here to aid in researching the roots of this venerable and historically elusive family. A petition found in the Pennsylvania State Archives, dated 1746, refers to a Jonathan Garlinghous residing in Buck’s County on the north branch of the Delaware River. John Garlinghouse appears in two petitions on behalf of Smithfield Township, Pennsylvania, dated 1746 and 1748 respectively.
While much Garlinghouse family history has gone unrecorded or has been lost over time, this volume represents a comprehensive survey of every known family member throughout the United States descended from these early Pennsylvania families.
Each entry includes information such as date and place of birth, date of death and place of interment, marriage(s), names of spouse(s) and offspring, and military service whenever known. An index of maiden names, married names and children is also included, making this book an invaluable resource for tracing the roots of your Garlinghouse ancestors.
(1999), 2013, 5½x8½, paper, index, 184 pp.