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Kathlyn Neumann neumann375@aol.com  sent the information below on 2/21/01 

From my records I have the following:
Washington Co. PA, Land Deed Records
Book 1S, page 451
Indenture, 27 Aug. 1804.  Solomon Urie and wife Elizabeth to George McConnell.  George McConnell bought for $140; 23 1/2 acres of land "on the waters of Buffalo Creek" in Washington Co., part of a tract granted by patent to Thomas Urie which was named The Constitution.

Washington Co. PA Orphans Court / Book A, Page 89
Term: 3rd May 1791
Came to court Samuel Urie & Susannah Urie, administrators of Thomas Urie, late of Washington County, deceased & produced an account of their administration by which it appears that there is a balance of twenty-nine pounds six shillings and six pence in the hands of the said administrators subject to distribution according to law.

The Court do appoint Samuel Urie of Hopewell Township guardian of the persons and estates of David, Elizabeth & Thomas Urie, minor children of Thomas Urie, late of Washington County, deceased. 


Kathlyn Neumann neumann375@aol.com sent the following information on 2/22/01

Washington County Courthouse
Washington, Pa.
11 March 1988

Following are summaries of some deed transfers involving early members of the URIE family in Washington County, Pennsylvania.

Deed Book 1M, page 289:

Indenture, 5 September 1794.  William McKeever and Samuel Urie, both of Washington County.  Wm.  McKeever and wife Mary sold for six pounds to Samuel Urie a lot which was part of a tract granted by patent to James Martin, who called it "Saint Martins", situated in Hopewell Township.  Martin sold it to Jonathan Taylor, who sold it to Patrick Fowler, who sold it to McKeever.  Usual description of tract, mentions land of John Henderson and Galbreath Stuerl(?).  Contains one acre. 17 perches, strict measure.  Witnessed by Henry Wilson & Walter Craig. 

Deed Book 1P, page 220:

                Indenture, 13 July  1799.  Thomas Urie and Samuel Urie.   Samuel Urie bought for $8 from Thomas Urie a tract "lying on the waters of Buffalo Creek" in Washington County, part of a tract in Hopewell Township patented by Thomas Urie.  Usual description, mentions William Gilcreast, other lands of Thomas Urie, William McKeever and William Chapman. 117 acres and 100 perches, strict measure.

Recorded 22 August 1799, Samuel Clarke, recorder. 

Deed Book 1V. page 242:

Indenture, 9 August 1802.  William Chapman and Samuel Urie, William Chapman sold for $481.25 to Samuel Urie a tract "lying on the waters of Buffalo Creek" in Washington County, part of land in Hopewell Township granted by patent to William Chapman, who named it "Appolos".  Usual description, mentions John Gilcreast and Samuel Coldwell. 68 acres, 3 rood and 8 perches, strict measure.  Witnessed by John Buchanan and David Craig.

Deed Book 1S, page 336:

Indenture, 14 January 1804. Samuel Urie and David Craig. Samuel Urie and wife Anne sold for $139 to David Craig a tract "lying on the waters of Buffalo Creek" in Washington County, part of land granted by patent to Thomas Urie, who named it "The Constitution".  Located in Hopewell Township.  Thomas Urie sold it to Samuel Urie, and now Samuel and Anne Urie are conveying it to David Craig.  Usual description, mentions John Henderson, other lands of David Craig. and William McKeever. 14 acres and 17 perches, strict measure.  Witnessed by John Buchanan and Elizabeth Stewart. 

Deed Book 1S, page 450:

Indenture, 17 April 1804.  Thomas Urie and Solomon Urie.  Solomon Urie bought for $100 from Thomas Urie a tract "lying on the waters of Buffalo Creek" in Washington County, part of a tract in Hopewell Township that was granted by patent to Thomas Urie.  Usual description, mentions David Craig, Robert McCrakin, George Ramsey and William Gelcreast. 187 acres and 68 perches, strict measure.  Witnessed by John Buchanan and Samuel Urie.

 Deed Book 1S, page 451:

Indenture, 27 August 1804.   Solomon Urie and wife Elizabeth and George McConnell.  George McConnell bought for $140 from Solomon Urie and wife Elizabeth some land "on the waters of Buffalo Creek" in Washington County, part of a tract granted by patent to Thomas Urie, which he named "The Constitution".  Usual description, mention George Ramsey and George McConnell. 23 acres strict measure.

Deed Book 1Y, page 426:

Indenture, 1 September 1814.  Samuel Urie and wife Anne and Robert Garret.  Samuel Urie and wife Anne  sold for $1100 to Robert Garret a house and lot on the main street in West Middletown, Hopewell Township.  Part of a tract granted by patent to James Martin, who named it "Seints Martine".  Sold by Martin to Jonathan Taylor, who sold it to Patrick Fowler. who sold it to William McKeever, who sold it to Samuel Urie. Usual description, mentions William McKeever, James McFadden and James   Reney. 2 roods and 26 perches, strict measure.

Witnessed by David Craig and Walter Craig.

 Deed Book 2Q, page 304:

Indenture, 13 March 1833.  David Urie and wife Margret of Cross Creek village and John Defrance of Smith Township. David Urie and wife Margret sold for $300 to John Defrance a lot in Cross Creek village, Washington County, Lot No. 37 on the plat of the town, bounded on the south by Union Street, west by the lot of F. Murray, north by an alley ten feet wide, and east by lot of William Reed.  acre.  Lot conveyed by Samuel Able and wife to David Urie by indenture of 2 April 1832.

Information sent by Kathlyn Neumann neumann375@aol.com  - researched By: Barbara Fahey, wwc/12 March 1988

 


Kathlyn Neumann neumann375@aol.com sent the following information on 2/22/01

Generation No. 1

1.  THOMAS3 URIE  (SIR2, ROBERT1) was born 1718 in Aberdeen, Aberdeensh, Scotland, and died 15 Jul 1804 in Buffalo, Washington Co., PA.  He married (1) SARAH REED Bef. 1750 in PA.  She was born 1728 in Cumberland Co., PA.  He married (2) JANE CRAIG Aft. 1771 in Pennsylvania.       

georgeann's note - Jane (CRAIG) URIE might be related to David CRAIG. - 1st wife "Sarah (REED) URIE might also be related to other lines.

                   i.       SAMUEL4 URIE, b. 06 Aug 1750, Letterkenny, Cumberland Co., PA.

Note: Died Young

                  ii.       SARAH URIE, b. 21 Nov 1751, Letterkenny, Cumberland, Pennsylvania.

Note: Died Young

2.              iii.       JOHN URIE, b. 12 Apr 1753, Letterkenny, Cumberland Co., PA; d. 13 Jul 1802, N. Strabane, Washington Co., PA.

3.              iv.       THOMAS URIE, b. 14 Apr 1756, Letterkenny, Cumberland Co., PA; d. 1789, Stillwater, Tuscarawas Co., OH.

4.               v.       SAMUEL URIE, b. 19 Feb 1759, Letterkenny, Cumberland, Pennsylvania; d. 12 Jan 1826, W.Middleton, Franklin, Pennsylvania.

                 vi.       ROBERT URIE, b. 23 Aug 1760, Letterkenny, Cumberland, Pennsylvania; d. Abt. 1786.

5.             vii.       MARY (POLLY) URIE, b. 30 Jun 1762, Letterkenny, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania; d. 1831.

               viii.       SARAH URIE, b. 22 Nov 1764, Letterkenny, Cumberland, Pennsylvania.

                  ix.       DAVID URIE, b. 11 Apr 1767, Letterkenny, Cumberland, Pennsylvania.

6.                x.       SOLOMON URIE, b. 14 Dec 1769, Coleraine, Bedford, Pennsylvania; d. 07 Jul 1830, Montegomery, Ashland Co, Ohio.

                  xi.       WILLIAM URIE, b. 25 Apr 1771, Coleraine, Bedford, Pennsylvania.

 

Generation No. 2

2.  JOHN4 URIE (THOMAS3, SIR2, ROBERT1) was born 12 Apr 1753 in Letterkenny, Cumberland Co., PA, and died 13 Jul 1802 in N. Strabane, Washington Co., PA.  He married MARY MCDOWELL Bef. 1784 in Washington Co., PA, daughter of JOHN MCDOWELL and AGNES BRADFORD.  She was born 24 Apr 1766 in Elizabethtown, N.J., and died Abt. 1802 in N. Strabane, Washington, PA.

       

i.                     JOHN5 URIE, b. 28 Apr 1784, Washington Co., PA; d. 13 Jul 1875, Chartiers Twp, Washington Co., PA; m. SARAH MODERWELL, Abt. 1815, Washington Co., PA; b. 1781, Pennsylvania; d. 16 Aug 1863, Chartiers Twp, Washington Co., PA.

ii.                    THOMAS URIE, b. 1788, Washington Co., PA;

iii. AGNES "NANCY" URIE, b. Abt. 1789, Washington Co., Pennsylvania; d. 08 Sep 1841, Texas Twp., Crawford Co., Ohio; m. JOHN HAZLETT; b. Abt. 1779, Washington Co., PA; d. 08 Nov 1841, Texas Twp., Crawford Co., Ohio.

                 iv.       REBECCA URIE, b. 1790, Washington Co., PA.

                  v.       WILLIAM URIE, b. 1792, Washington Co., PA; d. Bef. 1880.

                 vi.       SARAH URIE, b. 1794, Pennsylvania; m. GEORGE BEATTY.

                vii.       DAVID URIE, b. 1796, Washington Co., PA; m. MARGARET MILLER.

               viii.       MARY "POLLY" URIE, b. 19 Jun 1800, Washington Co., PA; d. 10 Sep 1883, Crawford Co., Ohio; m. JOHN MAGERS, 20 Feb 1834, Crawford Co., Ohio; b. 1796; d. 18 Jul 1862, Crawford Co., Ohio.

 3.  THOMAS4 URIE (THOMAS3, SIR2, ROBERT1) was born 14 Apr 1756 in Letterkenny, Cumberland Co., PA, and died 1789 in Stillwater, Tuscarawas Co., OH. 

He possibly/probably married SUSANNAH MCCONNELL, daughter of ARTHUR MCCONNELL.  We are looking for documentation. She was born 1766, and died 27 Jan 1843 in W. Middletown, Washington Co., PA.  Notes for THOMAS URIE: Killed by Indians while on a hunting trip with his brother Solomon.  

NOTE: georgeann is looking for documentation on Susannah. Her ancestors include David CRAIG, who married Susannah, widow of Thomas URIE. Many people have been seeking documentation that this Susannah is the daughter of Arthur and Elizabeth McCONNELL as some CRAIG/McCONNELL descendents are concerned that she might be from a different family.

       

                   i.       DAVID5 URIE, b. 10 Sep 1785, Hopewell, Washington Co., PA.

                  ii.       ELIZABETH URIE, b. 09 Jul 1787, Hopewell, Washington Co., PA; m. JAMES McBRIDE; b. Abt. 1785; d. Abt. 1856. - we have transcription of James McBRIDE's will.

                 iii.       THOMAS URIE, b. 23 Feb 1789, Hopewell, Washington Co., PA; d. 13 Jun 1805.

 4.  SAMUEL4 URIE (THOMAS3, SIR2, ROBERT1) was born 19 Feb 1759 in Letterkenny, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, and died 12 Jan 1826 in W. Middleton, Franklin, Pennsylvania.  He married ANNE TEMPLETON 22 Jun 1778 in Mercerburg, Franklin, Pennsylvania.  She was born 1760, and died 28 Oct 1821 in Pennsylvania.      

Child of SAMUEL URIE and ANNE TEMPLETON is:

                   i.       THOMAS5 URIE, b. 12 Sep 1779, Mercersburg, Franklin, Pennsylvania; d. 06 Feb 1862, Orange Twp, Ashland, Ohio; m. REBECCA CROSBY, 12 Mar 1810, W. Middletown, Washington, Pennsylvania; b. 18 Apr 1786, Pennsylvania; d. 15 Feb 1860, Ashland, Ohio. 

5.  MARY (POLLY)4 URIE (THOMAS3, SIR2, ROBERT1) was born 30 Jun 1762 in Letterkenny, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania, and died 1831.  She married DAVID WILLIAMSON Abt. 1783, son of JOHN WILLIAMSON.  He was born 1752, and died 27 Feb 1809 in Washington Co., PA.

Children of MARY URIE and DAVID WILLIAMSON are:

                   i.       JANE5 WILLIAMSON, b. 1784, Pennsylvania; m. CALEB MCNULTY, 06 Apr 1807; b. 1779; d. 01 Dec 1816.

                  ii.       JOHN WILLIAMSON, b. 1786, Pennsylvania.

                 iii.       SARAH WILLIAMSON, b. 1788, Pennsylvania; m. HUGH STEWART, 30 Mar 1813; d. Bef. 1831.

                 iv.       DAVID WILLIAMSON, b. 1790, Pennsylvania; m. JANE UNKNOWN; b. Abt. 1786.

                  v.       THOMAS WILLIAMSON, b. 1792, Pennsylvania.

                 vi.       MARY WILLIAMSON, b. 1794, Pennsylvania; d. 1860, W. Middletown, Washington Co., PA; m. JOHN SMILEY; d. 1849.

                vii.       LAVINIA WILLIAMSON, b. 1796, Pennsylvania; m. JOSEPH MCNULTY.

               viii.       SAMUEL WILLIAMSON, b. 1798, Pennsylvania; d. 1853, Elizabeth, PA; m. MARTHA MCCOMB, 23 Sep 1824; b. 28 Jul 1801; d. 1868.

                  ix.       ROBERT WILLIAMSON, b. 1800, Pennsylvania; m. RACHEL SHARP.

 6.  SOLOMON4 URIE (THOMAS3, SIR2, ROBERT1) was born 14 Dec 1769 in Coleraine, Bedford, Pennsylvania, and died 07 Jul 1830 in Montgomery, Ashland Co, Ohio.  He married ELIZABETH MCCONNELL 26 Jun 1787 in Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania, daughter of ARTHUR MCCONNELL.  She was born 26 Jun 1769 in Pennsylvania, and died 24 Apr 1842 in Ashland Co, Ohio. Note: Died due to fall from horse.           

Children of SOLOMON URIE and ELIZABETH MCCONNELL are:

                   i.       ROBERT5 URIE, b. 04 Feb 1790, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 24 Oct 1810, Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania.   Note: Died Young - Age 20

                  ii.       SAMUEL URIE, b. 26 Aug 1791, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 27 Nov 1848, Ashland, Ashland Co, Ohio; m. RACHEL STEVENSON, 24 Nov 1816, Richland Co, Ohio; b. 1808, Pennsylvania; d. 1893, Ashland Co, Ohio.

                 iii.       THOMAS URIE, b. 30 Aug 1793, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 08 Sep 1875, Jefferson Co., Iowa; m. (1) MARGARET CULBERTSON, 20 Oct 1819, Ashland Co, Ohio; b. 10 Mar 1794, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 1839, Ashland Co, Ohio; m. (2) MARY FULTON, 22 Apr 1841, Ashland Co., Ohio; b. 04 Apr 1813, Stark Co., Ohio; d. 03 Jan 1857, Jefferson Co., Iowa.

                 iv.       SUSANNAH URIE, b. 19 May 1795, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 15 Jul 1840, Ashland Co., Ohio; m. THOMAS D. DONLEY, Abt. 1814; b. Abt. Oct 1780; d. 21 Oct 1850, Ashland Co., Ohio.

                  v.       DAVID URIE, b. 04 Dec 1796, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 26 Feb 1874, Jefferson Co., Iowa; m. (1) NANCY COLE, Bef. 1832, Ohio; d. Abt. 1839, Ohio; m. (2) NANCY "MARY" MATTHEWS, 20 Mar 1839, Wayne Co, Ohio; b. Abt. 1813, Ohio; d. 26 Oct 1894, Jefferson Co., Iowa.

                 vi.       SOLOMON URIE, b. 27 Dec 1798, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. Moved: possibly to Michigan; m. (1) SARAH (SALLY) CUNNINGHAM, 17 Apr 1823, Richland Co., Ohio; d. Bef. 1846, Ashland Co., Ohio; m. (2) JANE PROUDFOOT, Bef. 1846; b. Aft. 1799.

                vii.       JOHN URIE, b. 14 May 1801, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 23 May 1827. Note: Killed by Indians

               viii.       ELIZABETH URIE, b. 20 Feb 1804, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 05 Aug 1854, Morgan Co, Missouri; m. JOHN MURRAY, 25 Dec 1823; b. 05 Apr 1799, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; d. 04 Aug 1850, Morgan Co, Missouri.

                  ix.       GEORGE WASHINGTON [MAJOR] URIE, b. 22 Feb 1806, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. 15 Jan 1899, Orange Twp, Ashland Co, Ohio; m. (1) ELIZABETH MURRAY, 05 Jan 1832, Orange Twp, Ashland Co, Ohio; b. 13 Jul 1803, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania; d. 13 Oct 1861, Ashland Co, Ohio; m. (2) MARGARET UNKNOWN, Aft. 1861; d. 01 Oct 1890, Ashland Co., Ohio.

                   x.       JAMES URIE, b. 25 Mar 1808, Hopewell, Washington, Pennsylvania; d. Indiana?; m. REBECCA YOUNG.


Hopewell Twp. (pp. 811) History of Washington County Pennsylvania
(rest of this page is from page 811)

     HOPEWELL, the seventh of the list of original townships of Washington County, formed July 15, 1781, embraced at the time of its erection the territory of the present townships of Hopewell, Independence, Cross Creek, and Jefferson, and part of that of Mount Pleasant.

     Thomas Urie was a native of Ireland, who, emigrating to this country, lived for a time at Bloody Run, Pa., coming from there to Washington County. He received a Virginia certificate for four hundred acres of land by estimation, but when it was surveyed, Jan. 10, 1787, it was found to contain but three hundred and twenty acres. The name given his tract was "The Constitution." It was situated on the waters of Buffalo Creek, adjoining the lands of George Ramsey, Solomon Shepherd, James Martin, and John Chapman, and upon this place he passed his life. It is now in the possession of Robert Clark and John Brownlee. Thomas Urie had three sons, - Samuel, Solomon, and Thomas, - all men of remarkable stature and great physical strength. Samuel and Solomon each weighed over three hundred pounds. They were also men of prominence and ability, and Samuel represented his district in the State Legislature, besides filling the office of justice of the peace from 1810 to 1826. Solomon and Thomas were great hunters, and while thus engaged near Stillwater, Ohio, Thomas was killed by Indians. Solomon escaped, and years afterwards (in 1815), while living at Coshocton, Ohio, he killed an entire band of six Indians, one of whom had made an insulting boast of being the one who killed his brother Thomas on the occasion referred to above. Solomon was arrested and taken to Mad River for trial, but was acquitted and returned to his home. He was killed in 1830 by a fall from his horse. George W. Urie, a son of Solomon, was present at the centennial celebration of Washington County in September, 1881.

     Thomas Urie, Jr., who was murdered by Indians, as above narrated, left a widow and two children, Elizabeth and Thomas. The widow married David Craig, and they had a large family of children. Mr. and Mrs. Craig died in West Middletown. Elizabeth, the daughter of Thomas Urie, Jr., Married James McBride, and their descendants live in Independence township.

William CRAIG, who was an early resident in Hopewell township, had four sons, - David, John, William, and Walter. David married the widow of Thomas Urie, and settled in West Middletown. To David CRAIG and his wife were born a large family of children, all girls. When Mr. CRAIG died, in 1857, he left a large landed estate. John CRAIG, second son of William CRAIG, went to Ohio. William, Jr., settled on the homestead and died there, leaving a large property, which was divided among his children. Walter CRAIG, youngest of William CRAIG's' four sons, married a sister of Col. Joseph SCOTT. In 1818 and 1819 he was a member of the House of Representatives from this district. After his marriage and his removal to Cross Creek village he was elected to the State Senate.

Susannah Maiden-Name-Unknown married Thomas URIE. They had two children: Thomas URIE Jr and Elizabeth URIE who married John McBRIDE and lived in Independence, PA . While Samuel URIE and Thomas URIE were hunting, near Stillwell, Ohio, Thomas URIE was killed by Indians. Samuel escaped. Years later in 1815 while living at Conshoctom, Ohio, Samuel URIE killed an entire band of six Indians, one of whom made an insulting boast of being the one who had killed his brother, Thomas URIE. Solomon was arrested and taken to Mad River for trial where he was acquitted. We hope to find Susannah's maiden name in a URIE Genealogy.

Susannah MaidenNameUnknown URIE, 1776-1854 married again to her second husband, David CRAIG Susannah died abt 1843-1854 and is buried in West Middleton, PA Reference: 1820 Census and 1793 Hopewell Township Tax List, David Craig.Their daughter Susan W. CRAIG, born 1808, married Thomas Jefferson ODENBAUGH. Susan died June 5, 1889 in Urbana, Ohio. They are GGGG- Grandparents of  the webmaster.

     The following incident in connection with Squire Samuel Urie, who lived in West Middletown, is interesting. The docket from which it is derived is in possession of D.M. BOYD, Esq. On the 1st of February, 1818, complaint was made that a certain yoeman did "yesterday, the 31st day of January, being the Lord's day, commonly called Sunday, at Hopewell Township chop off wood to the amount of two big sticks as big as his leg or thigh and further sayeth not." For this outrageous violation of law and order Squire Urie, on the 6th of February, five days after, delivered the following decision: "I do adjudge him to forfeit for the same the sum of four dollars." In addition to this were the fees of the justice, seventy-five cents, and of the constable, twenty-five cents.

URIE Family Home Page on FTM. Thomas URIE came from Scotland in the 1740's to Eastern Shore of Maryland. (I don't know if this Thomas URIE is related to the ones above.)

Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots: Volume 4
URIE Thomas   Pres Churchyard, Buffalo, Washington Co PA 15

HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790 PENNSYLVANIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY

Name of head of family: Urie, Thos
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1
Free white females, including heads of families: 1

HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790 PENNSYLVANIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY

Name of head of family: Urie, Solomon
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1
Free white males under 16 years: 1
Free white females, including heads of families: 1

HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790 PENNSYLVANIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY

Name of head of family: Urie, Samuel
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1
Free white males under 16 years: 1
Free white females, including heads of families: 1

HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790 PENNSYLVANIA, CUMBERLAND COUNTY.
HOPEWELL, NEWTON, TYBORN, AND WESTPENSBORO TOWNSHIPS.

Name of head of family: Urie, Grizzel
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1
Free white males under 16 years: 1
Free white females, including heads of families: 3

HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790 PENNSYLVANIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY

Name of head of family: Urie, Jno
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1
Free white males under 16 years: 2
Free white females, including heads of families: 2

Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810, Volume 1, Marriage Record of the First Presbyterian Church, at Carlisle 1785–1812
1792, Sept 29,    Cunningham, Mary, and John Urie.

Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810, Volume 1, Marriage Record of the First Presbyterian Church, at Carlisle 1785–1812
1793, Feb. 7,    Dunbar, Margaret, and Thomas Urie.

Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810, Volume 1, Marriage Record of the First Presbyterian Church, at Carlisle 1785–1812
1793, Feb. 7,    Urie, Thomas, and Margaret Dunbar.

Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810, Volume 1, Marriage Record of the First Presbyterian Church, at Carlisle 1785–1812
1792, Sept. 29,    Urie, John, and Mary Cunningham.

Record of PA Marriages, Volume II

Thomas Urie, 1774 Clerk of Quarter Sessions of the Peace.
Thomas Urie, 1771-5 Robert Moore, 1775-6 Treasurer.
6, 21, 1711 Tuzoe, Luke, and Eliz Rainer. 1, 29, 1722 Urie, Robert, and Hannah Kindsey, N. J. L.

Collector of Excise. Thomas URIE, 1774
Collectors. Thomas URIE 1771-5