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Re: [TSL] Hugh Tarbet
Eliz Hanebury <elizhgene@gmail.com> on 05/21/2013

There are many books and CD's, a good place to look is the LDS
familysearch.org in the library catalog. Pennsylvania material is online
but it is only from 1800 (according to the db title). Secondly the
Historical Society of Pennsylvania http://hsp.org/  is a good place and the
Balch Institute at the Historical Society. I am not aware that the Chester
county Historical Society has passenger materials.

I have the CD's but I can no longer play them on a newer computer You need
to look for "Oaths" that were recorded in the port of Philly, it gives the
ship and the oath takers

Is this your Hugh?

Name: Hugh Tarbet
Description: Decedent
Residence: Oxford
Date: 13 Jan 1763
Prove Date: 13 Aug 1766
Remarks: Hugh Tarbet of Oxford. January 13, 1763. August 13, 1766. Provides
for wife Katherine. To son John Tarbet 10 and large Bible. To daughter
Jane, wife of James Read 5. To daughter Ealse, wife of John Faron 5. To
daughter Katherine 5 and cow. To son Hugh tract of land in Oxford
containing 150 acres adjoining John Love, William Robb and David Brooks and
3. Remainder divided among children, viz., David, Margaret, Elizabeth,
Allen, Jannet, and Robert Tarbet. Executors: Dorrinton Boyle, David Simpson
and Hugh Tarbet. Witnesses: John Poston, Matthew Young, James Dunn.


Source Information:

Lineages, Inc., comp.. Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825
[database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000.
Original data: Chester County Wills. Located at the Chester County Archives
and Records Service.

Eliz
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On Tue, May 21, 2013 at 2:16 PM, Jim Tarbet <jim@acesrecycling.com> wrote:

> My American Ancestry begins with one Hugh Tarbet, found in Pennsylvania
> in 1729. And his brothers John and Robert, and possibly his father, Hugh
> in 1734. This family started in Ayr Scotland, went to Ireland, and
> several years later came to America.
> What I wish to know is;
> Are there records of arriving passengers during the early part of 1700s?
> If so where can I see them?
> Can I find which port they sailed from and to?
> Which ship they sailed on?
> Did they sail from Ireland or Scotland?
>
> Thanks for your input.
>
> Jim
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