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Thanks. I'll take a look when I have time,
On 8/2/04 7:26 AM, "Connie" <r.leaman(a)comcast.net> wrote:
> King County Library System (Washington state) provides free access to
> HeritageQuest with the price of a library card, (also free).
> www.godfrey.org will get you access to all their holdings including HQ for $35
> a year.
>> Does Heritage Quest still provide resources for membership? It appeared to
>> me that they had discontinued that the last time that I visited their site. I
>> think they said something about not taking any new members and phasing out
>> those services? I was confused by what they said.
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Don't you suppose that your Thomas, living in York County, might have
enrolled in a Lancaster County group? There could be a number of reasons
why he might have done so, including wanting to serve under a certain
Looks like that Thomas Latta Simpson probably was the son of Eliza Latta and
Alexander Simpson. Maybe Thomas and Isabella Latta were her parents?
Somebody know which branch these are?
Virginia Latta Curulla
On 7/31/04 11:16 AM, "Ellen Rowan Taylor" <ellenrt(a)cox.net> wrote:
> I found this information on Heritage Quest, while looking for
> something and someone else: I checked the census, and discovered that
> the Thomas Latta in Carroll County was born in Ireland. Hope he
> belongs to someone.
> I also found a Revolutionary War soldier named Thomas Latter, from
> Lancaster County, which might blow my theory that my Thomas Latta,
> br27 is the son of John Latta, br19. On the other hand, I have never
> seen this Thomas Latter before or since, and could not find him in
> the census. The only Thomas Latta in PA in 1790 was mine in York
> County. He was a Captain in the Pennsylvania Militia from York County.
> Tombstone inscriptions & family records of Carroll County, Ohio
> Author: Powell, Esther Weygandt, 1895-
> Carrol County Ohio, Bethlehem Cemetery, Malvern, Brown Towship
> Thomas Latta War of 1812, died 1877 ae 88
> wife Isabella 1870 ae 79
> Center township
> Carrolton Grandview Cemetery
> Simpson, Thomas Latta 1858-1942
> Simspson, Alexander 1817-1895
> Eliza Latta, 1818-1895
> Ellen Rowan Taylor
> Br 19/27