|Death: ||Sep. 20, 1829|
James Armstrong, a native of Ireland, who taught school and engaged in surveying in that country. He was a well-educated man, and on June 1, 1786, came to America, locating in Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pa.
Mr. Armstrong readily procured a position as instructor in the Carlisle High School as teacher of mathematics. While residing in Carlisle he married Eleanor Pollock. Marriage was recorded at the First Presbyterian Church May 24, 1788. (PA Arch Second Series:VIII:578)
Mrs. Armstrong inherited a tract of 200 acres of land in Northumberland County, and James then resigned his position and located thereon. He followed farming until his death.
Eleanor Pollock Armstrong (1763 - 1827)*
Elizabeth Armstrong Blain (1788 - 1861)*
Anthony Armstrong (1788 - 1867)*
Catherine Armstrong (1793 - 1857)*
Jane Armstrong (1797 - 1844)*
James T Armstrong (1800 - 1871)*
Warrior Run Church Cemetery
Created by: Alice Martin LaRue
Record added: Apr 18, 2008
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