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  • ID: I14717
  • Name: Henry INMAN
  • Sex: M
  • Census: I550 MD, PA
  • Birth: 25 SEP 1758 in Frederick Co., MD 1 2 3
  • Death: 27 MAY 1845 in Beaver Co., PA 2 3
  • Burial: Old Stone Church Cemetery, Chippewa Twp., Beaver, PA
  • FindAGrave: # 54004231
  • Miltary: Private, PA
  • Note: Said to be Revolutionary War spy - National Archive File #S5601.
  • Occupation: Farmer
  • Note:
    Information on this line from Diane Inman.

    1810 CENSUS - Shenango, Beaver, PA
  • Note:
    > Henry was a farmer who served in the Revolutionary War. He came from Maryland to Westmoreland County. Henry married Esther Powers. Then he and Abram Powers and Abram's five sons and John Leland (who married a Powers - maybe sister or daughte r of Abram) and their families embarked on a flatboat on the Monongahela River near Red Stone, intending to migrate to Kentucky.
    > They went as far down the Ohio as the mouth of the Beaver River where they spent the winter of 1793-4 on an island in small cabins. They had intended to journey on in the spring, but liking the countryside, decided to stay.
    > This family settled in the vicinity of Fort McIntosh - what is now the town of Darlington. In 1793, they moved into what is now Chippewa Township, Beaver County. The land was then part of Allegheny County. They became the first white settlers no rth of the Ohio in what became Beaver County in 1800.
    > Henry owned acreage in what is now Brady's Run Park. He was a founding father of the Chippewa Methodist Church in Chippewa Township, Beaver County, PA. This church celebrated its 200th anniversary in 1996. Henry and Esther are buried in the Ol d Stone Church Methodist Cemetery.
  • Note:
    PICTURES - View pictures (2) of Henry Inman.
    BURIAL - View their page and tombstone at FindAGrave.com




    Father: Abram INMAN b: abt 1741 in RI or Frederick Co., MD
    Mother: Nettie Lee _____ b: abt 1736 in MD?

    Marriage 1 Esther POWERS b: 30 SEP 1767 in NJ
    • Married: 25 JAN 1784 in Westmoreland Co., PA
    • Note: Married by her uncle, Rev. James Powers.
    Children
    1. Has Children Bazaleel Lee INMAN , Sr b: 13 JAN 1785 in Westmoreland Co., PA
    2. Has No Children John Powers INMAN b: 08 APR 1788 in Chippewa Twp., Beaver, PA
    3. Has Children Rachel Lee INMAN b: 30 JUN 1791 in Westmoreland Co., PA
    4. Has Children Eleanor INMAN b: 08 FEB 1794 in Chippewa Twp., Beaver, PA
    5. Has No Children Jacob INMAN b: 22 APR 1796 in Chippewa Twp., Beaver, PA
    6. Has Children Phoebe INMAN b: 20 MAR 1799 in Chippewa Twp., Beaver, PA
    7. Has Children Abraham Powers INMAN b: 13 MAY 1802 in Chippewa Twp., Beaver, PA
    8. Has Children Azariah INMAN , Sr b: 20 DEC 1804 in Chippewa Twp., Beaver, PA
    9. Has Children Lavina INMAN b: 25 MAY 1806 in Chippewa Twp., Beaver, PA

    Sources:
    1. Title: LDS records.
      Abbrev: LDS records.
    2. Title: Cemetery records.
      Abbrev: Cemetery records.
    3. Title: FindAGrave.com Cemetery Records
      Abbrev: FindAGrave.com Cemetery Records

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