The EDGERTON Family

HISTORY OF HANOVER TOWNSHIP AND WYOMING VALLEY

Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
By: Henry Blackman Plumb, 1885, 498 pp.
Robert Baur, Printer and Stationer, Wilkes-Barre, PA

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THE EDGERTON FAMILY
CONTAINED IN THE HANOVER GENEALOGICAL TABLES TO 1830, pp. 411 - 412

This page last updated: 18 Jun 2009

Note: Additions to the information found in Plumb's History of Hanover are shown below in red text.

Edward EDGERTON was born in Ireland in 1750; immigrated[sic] to America in 1768; was wounded in the Revolutionary War, having a bayonet run through his body at the battle of Paoli; married Prudence DILLEY, of Sussex County, NJ; removed first to Careytown, Wilkes-Barre, then to Hanover about 1787, where he owned a farm at Hoover Hill school-house on the Middle Road; died there in 1818.  They had:

Jesse EDGERTON, 2 (Edward 1) was born in Hanover; lived on the cross-road leading from the Hanover "Green," now cemetery, to Bateman DOWNING's; married Jane WHIPPLE.  They had:

Richard EDGERTON, 2 (Edward 1) was born in Hanover; lived on the homestead back of Hoover Hill school-house; married ? MILLER; removed to Michigan in 1864; lives in Michigan [c. 1885].  They had:


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