Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Newspaper Archives (1786 - 1958)

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Thome in Pine Township - 2
Additional acreage
Commonwealth
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
March 25, 1807 - Page [4]
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Thome in Pone Township
Land later sold by John Sr?
Commonwealth
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
September 17, 1806 - Page 4
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Conrad Doench among the ministers who voted to sustain the heresy charges
Pittsburg dispatch
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
December 31, 1892 - Page 2
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Mary Donch/ George Lang marriage announcement
Pittsburg dispatch
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 21, 1891 - Page 13
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