Graham orr dating
A typical reference (adapted from Elizabeth Shown Mills, Evidence Explained, p.
495) might be: Donna Jean Ford, "Corrections to Nine Generations of Orrs In America", manuscript, Rambling ( accessed 20 Dec.
I have included the text from the book for each part in error and then presented proof to substantiate any corrections to each of the disputed parts. His only son, Arthur, was Administrator of his estate and his sole heir.” Page 25 — corrections: *** Arthur ORR, the Elder, most likely died in 1808 (not 1807) ***A letter dated from James and Mary (CARSON) ORR of Washington Co., VA (acknowledging receipt of Mary (CARSON) ORR’s inheritance from her grandfather, Archibald Mc GREW’s estate) was sent to John Mc GREW, of York (now Adams) Co., PA, the executor of the York Co., PA will of John’s father Archibald Mc GREW, deceased. my grandfather is well ...” (James ORR’s grandfather being Arthur ORR, the Elder).
To differentiate between the various Arthur ORRs, I have used: Arthur ORR, the Elder, (b. The letter was signed by James ORR, Mary (CARSON) ORR, Arthur ORR, Sr., and Wm. [The original letter is in the John Mc GREW file at the Adams County Historical Society at Gettysburg].
One of these tracts was in Tyrone Township, the other in nearby Huntington Township.
He then moved with his family onto the Tyrone Town- ship farm.
(No record has been found showing the distribution or settlement of Arthur’s estate.) *** Arthur ORR, the Elder’s, son Arthur was not his sole heir ***Arthur ORR, the Elder’s, son John was still living and resided in Washington Co., VA when Arthur ORR, the Elder, died.
The William ORR (that also signed the above mentioned letter to John Mc GREW) was probably another son of Arthur the Elder.
Should you choose to incorporate any of this information into your own work please credit Donna Jean Ford in your citation.
STEWART were married in Cumberland Co., PA [Source: Marriage licenses issued by John Agnew, Esq., Cumberland County Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18 Century, (1991), by F. Cumberland County borders Tyrone Township, Adams County where Arthur ORR, the Elder, lived. Arthur ORR, Sr., had previously purchased a 402 acre tract on (Deed Book 3) that bordered the north side of the above 174 ½ acres.
Arthur ORR, the Elder, may have also had other children, possibly daughters.
The event details fill most of the space, and motifs such as the head of a Native American chief, two bearded guitatists, and a putto with an afro, are incorporated into the poster's design.
The lettering reads, 'Butterfield Blues Band, Buddy Miles, Quatermass, Thursday - Sunday December 17, 18, 19, 20, Lights by Orb, 1970 Poster by Orr, © Bill Graham, Incredible String Band, Monday December 14, Wednesday December 16, An Evening In With Ravi Shankar'.