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Pennsylvania Foreign Oaths of Allegiance

Foreigners who took oath of allegiance to Pennsylvania between 1777-89


This database lists the names of immigrants who took the oath of allegiance to the province and state of Pennsylvania from 1727-1775. All males over sixteen years of age were obliged to take this oath and declaration, as soon after their arrival as possible. Taking an oath of allegiance was a process undergone during early colonial emigration. In this oath, immigrants declared they would be faithful to King George II.
 •  Pennsylvania Foreign Oaths of Allegiance, Vol. 2  Foreigners who took oath of allegiance to Pennsylvania between 1777-89
 •  Essex County, Massachusetts Depositions, 1636-86  An extraction of depositions from Essex County, Massachusetts between 1636 and 1686.
 •  Naturalizations in America and the West Indies  1740-1782 Collection of naturalization records for foreign protestants
 •  Philadelphia Quaker Arrivals, 1682-1750  Listing of Quakers who immigrated to Philadelphia in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
 •  War of 1812 Service Records  Collection of nearly 600,000 records of soldiers who fought in the War of 1812 for the United States
 •  Revolutionary War Service Records, 1775-83  Records taken from the National Archives regarding soldiers mustered into colonial service during the Revolutionary War
 •  Civil War Service Records  Collection of over 5.3 million names of soldiers who fought on both sides of the American Civil War
 •  Springfield Township Church Records, York County, Pennsylvania, 1755-1801  Records from Friedensaal Church and St. Peter's Reformed Church
 •  York County, Pennsylvania Church Records, 1760-1800: Codorus Township  Records of births, marriages, and deaths in Codorus Township, Pennsylvania between 1760 and 1800.
 •  Chanceford Township, York County, Pennsylvania Church Records  Records from two churches in Chanceford Township, Pennsylvania.

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