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Bedford Waltz - Andy De Jarlis & His Early Settlers - Red River Echoes (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. As early as there were men of military age enrolled. They were commanded by a County Lieutenant, one of the most important men in the country, who was appointed by the Governor and Council. The Callaway’s are said to have been the first white men to raise corn in Bedford County, and William Callaway was the county’s first delegate.
  2. Possibly the first Europeans to spend time on the upper Potomac River (above Shenandoah) were Frans Louis Michel and Martin Chartier C. E. Schildknecht, Monocacy & Catoctin: Some Early Settlers of Frederick and Carroll Counties, Maryland, and Adams County, Pennsylvania, Also Descendants, ca. - , 3 volumes (Beidel Printing House, author.
  3. The first settlement of the county was made about and , as follows: Clement Cannon set tied near the present site of Shelbyville, in the Seventh District;. Philip Burrow, William Wilbourn and Freeman Burrow settled on Thompson Creek, in the Twenty-fifth District. John Blackwell settled near Three Forks of Duck River; Capt. Mat Martin and brother, Barkley, and William McMahan.
  4. A small fort located on the "Flats" on the east side of the Monongahela River, Morgan District, Monongalla County. BUSH This fort was situated about a mile and one-half northeast of Buckhannon, above where Turkey Run joins the Buckhannon River in Upshur County. Location of settlement by Hackers, Jacksons, and others, as early as BUTLER.
  5. His father left Fort Cumberland about , and came to the fort at Bedford. He built the first house outside the fort, and Wm. was the first white child born outside the fort. He was born in , and is now about 84 years of age.
  6. Label: London Records - EB. 28 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Bluegrass Andy Dejarlis And His Early Settlers* - Red River Echoes Vol. 2 (Vinyl) | Discogs/5(3).
  7. The nearest other early settlers about here that we know anything of were Hugh Robinson and his son, Hugh Robinson, Junior. The elder Robinson’s place joined Jacob Saylor’s place on the south. The younger Robinson’s place was on the east side of the river, and joined John Burger’s place on the south.
  8. Early settlers of Jamestown preferred gold to farming. True. English settlers believed land was the basis of liberty. True. Growing connections with Europeans lessened warfare between Indian tribes. False. Indians mostly traded furs and animal skins for European goods. True.