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Holmesburg (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): entry matlack-timothy
Matlack, Timothy 1730- Patriot; born in Haddonfield, N. J., in 1730; was a member of the Society of Friends, or Fighting Quakers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylvania after the war, and in all places was distinguished for thorough uprightness. He died near Holmesburg, Pa., April 15, 1829.
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): entry matlack-timothy
Matlack, Timothy 1730- Patriot; born in Haddonfield, N. J., in 1730; was a member of the Society of Friends, or Fighting Quakers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylvania after the war, and in all places was distinguished for thorough uprightness. He died near Holmesburg, Pa., April 15, 1829.
Haddonfield (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): entry matlack-timothy
Matlack, Timothy 1730- Patriot; born in Haddonfield, N. J., in 1730; was a member of the Society of Friends, or Fighting Quakers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylvania after the war, and in all places was distinguished for thorough uprightness. He died near Holmesburg, Pa., April 15, 1829.
Matlack, Timothy 1730- Patriot; born in Haddonfield, N. J., in 1730; was a member of the Society of Friends, or Fighting Quakers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylvkers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylvania after the war, and in all places was distinguished for thorough uprightness. He died near Holmesburg, Pa., April 15, 1829.
Matlack, Timothy 1730- Patriot; born in Haddonfield, N. J., in 1730; was a member of the Society of Friends, or Fighting Quakers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylvania after the war, and in all places was distinguished for thorough uprightness. He died near Holmesburg, Pa., April 15, 1829.
Matlack, Timothy 1730- Patriot; born in Haddonfield, N. J., in 1730; was a member of the Society of Friends, or Fighting Quakers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylv1730; was a member of the Society of Friends, or Fighting Quakers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylvania after the war, and in all places was distinguished for thorough uprightness. He died near Holmesburg, Pa., April 15, 1829.
April 15th, 1829 AD (search for this): entry matlack-timothy
Matlack, Timothy 1730- Patriot; born in Haddonfield, N. J., in 1730; was a member of the Society of Friends, or Fighting Quakers, as the members of the society were called who took an active part in the Revolutionary War, like General Mifflin. Matlack was most active in every patriotic movement from the time of the Stamp Act until the end of the war, serving in the councils of the inchoate nation and as colonel of a Pennsylvania battalion of troops. He was in the civil service of Pennsylvania after the war, and in all places was distinguished for thorough uprightness. He died near Holmesburg, Pa., April 15, 1829.