Talk:Linesville, Pennsylvania

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I added historical data about one of Linesville's founders, William Line (who was a relation to the MAIN founder, Amos Line). It is taken from: Warner Beers and Company (Ed.). (1886). History of Cumberland and Adams counties, Pennsylvania. Chicago: Warner Beers & Company. Although the book details the history of two other counties, to see how it relates to Crawford County one must read the direct quote. It says:

"James V. Line, farmer, P.O. Carlisle, was born on the farm where he now resides, in Dickinson Township, this county (Cumberland) [sic], February 14, 1851. His grandfather, Abraham, son of the well-known pioneer George Line, married Christina Eby, and their children were as follows: Abram, William, Gabriel, George, Henry, Mrs. Ann Carothers, Mrs. Sarah Kurtz, Mrs. Susan Tritt and Mrs. Betsy Le Fever. William became the founder of Linesville, Crawford Co. Penn." (Warner Beers, 1886, Page 462).--Jim Line (talk) 04:09, 9 February 2009 (UTC)

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