Person:Mathias Slough (1)

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Col. Mathias Slough
b.16 October 1733
m. 2 January 1733
  1. Col. Mathias Slough1733 - 1812
  2. Margaret Slough1738 - 1822
  • HCol. Mathias Slough1733 - 1812
  • WMary Gibson1739 - 1814
m. 1757
  1. Mathias Slough, Jr.1762 - 1766
  2. Jacob Slough1764 -
Facts and Events
Name Col. Mathias Slough
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 16 October 1733
Marriage 1757 to Mary Gibson
Death[1][2] 13 September 1812 Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000.

    Name: Mathias Slough
    Gender: Male
    Age: 79
    Birth Date: 1733
    First Marriage Date: 1757
    Death Date: 1812
    Death Place: Harrisburg, PA
    Spouse: Mary Gilson
    Child: Jacob Slough

  2. 2.0 2.1 Find A Grave.

    Col Matthias Slough
    BIRTH 16 Oct 1733
    DEATH 13 Sep 1812 (aged 78)
    BURIAL: Saint James Episcopal Church Cemetery
    Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA

    Colonel of the Seventh Battalion of Pennsylvania Militia in Revolutionary War.
    Member of General Assembly.
    Coroner who presided at inquest of Paxton Massacre.
    Proprietor of White Swan Tavern.

    [Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pa., Saturday August 5, 1882, page 5]

    SLOUGH.—Among our papers we find the following genealogical notes concerning a very prominent family of Central Pennsylvania, and place them on record for future use:

    Mathias SLOUGH, b. 1733; d. September 15, 1812; m. April 23, 1757, Mary, daughter of George Gibson, of Lancaster; b. 1739, d. May 1814. They had issue:
    i. Jacob, b. April 23, 1758; d. May, 1758.
    ii. George, b. June 27, 1759; was a physician; d. October 25, 1840, at Harrisburg.
    iii. Matthew, b. March 25, 1762; d.s.p.
    iv. Jacob, b. December 15, 1764; was a captain under St. Clair and Wayne; d. in 1838 or 1839.
    v. Elizabeth, b. September 3, 1767; d.s.p.
    vi. Mary, b. March 11, 1769; d. October 8, 1823; m. 1st, Alexander Scott; 2d. October 16, 1814, Gov. Simon Snyder.
    vii. Matthias, b. October 8, 1771; was lieutenant of cavalry U.S.A.; d. September 3, 1797, in Virginia.
    viii. Henry Gibson, b. April 8, 1774; d. 1800.
    ix. Robert C., b. October 1, 1776.
    x. Elizabeth, b. August 12, 1779; d. March, 1855; m. in 1809, Joseph Clendenin, a clerk in the land department of the State who died at Harrisburg, November 14, 1818, in his 41st year.
    xi. Frances, b. October 8, 1781; d. October 27, 1837; m. September 25, 1813, James Peacock, of Harrisburg.

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