Robert Finney fought under the standard of Willim of Orange in Ireland in 1689 as one of th e defenders of Londonderry and in the Battle of Boyne in 1690. In the latter encounter he wa s left on the field for dead, but during the night he regained consciousness, found a horse grazing nearby, and munting it, made his escape. In 1733 he purchased 900 acres in New London, PA, a township in Chester Co. on the Maryland border. He named the estate Thunder Hill . He and his wife are buried in a family burial ground here.
Father: Robert FINNEY b: 1630 in Londonderry, County Derry, Ireland
Marriage 1 Dorothea FRENCH b: 1670 in Londonderry, County Derry, Ireland
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