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Map of Washington County, PA 1781
Map of Washington County, PA 1781
County boundaries changed and evolved over the years, so that the same location may have been in two or three counties over time.

The first place we find the Carnageys and Robert Agnew after the Revolution is Canonsburg. Much of Western Pennsylvania was available for little or no cost to veterans, the so-called Donation and Depreciation… 
 
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Moon Township, 1790
Moon Township, 1790
By 1790, Robert had settled in Moon Township on Raredon Run. The map below shows the Agnew property. Many of the Carnageys headed further west, to Ohio, Kentucky, and eventually Missouri. Those that stayed in Pennsylvania moved to Georgetown on the Ohio River. 
 
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Agnew Robert location of home on Raredon Run
Agnew Robert location of home on Raredon Run
 
 
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Raredon Run
Raredon Run
 
 
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Raredon Run
Raredon Run
 
 
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Raredon Run
Raredon Run
 
 
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Raredon Run
Raredon Run
 
 
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Raredon Run
Raredon Run
 
 
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Raredon Run
Raredon Run
 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Leitch Daniel farm
Leitch Daniel farm
Hopewell Township, Beaver County 
 
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Leitch Daniel Farm
Leitch Daniel Farm
Hopewell Township, Beaver County 
 
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Leitch Daniel Farm
Leitch Daniel Farm
Hopewell Township, Beaver County 
 
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Leitch Daniel Farm
Leitch Daniel Farm
Hopewell Township, Beaver County 
 
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McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
Archibald McCoy, son of David and Nancy McCoy, married Jane Leitch, daughter of Daniel Leitch (and niece of my 3rd great-grandmother Catherine Leitch Agnew). They built this home on property originally owned by David McCoy (now Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery) 
 
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McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
Archibald McCoy, son of David and Nancy McCoy, married Jane Leitch, daughter of Daniel Leitch (and niece of my 3rd great-grandmother Catherine Leitch Agnew). They built this home on property originally owned by David McCoy (now Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery) 
 
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McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
Archibald McCoy, son of David and Nancy McCoy, married Jane Leitch, daughter of Daniel Leitch (and niece of my 3rd great-grandmother Catherine Leitch Agnew). They built this home on property originally owned by David McCoy (now Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery) 
 
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McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
Archibald McCoy, son of David and Nancy McCoy, married Jane Leitch, daughter of Daniel Leitch (and niece of my 3rd great-grandmother Catherine Leitch Agnew). They built this home on property originally owned by David McCoy (now Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery) 
 
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McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
McCoy Archibald and Jane Home, 2184 Brodhead Rd, Aliquippa, PA
Archibald McCoy, son of David and Nancy McCoy, married Jane Leitch, daughter of Daniel Leitch (and niece of my 3rd great-grandmother Catherine Leitch Agnew). They built this home on property originally owned by David McCoy (now Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery) 
 
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McCoy David home
McCoy David home
William Agnew, son of Robert and Esther, married Jane McCoy, daughter of David and Nancy McCoy. This is the old David McCoy house near Five Points.
 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Township, 1862
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Township, 1862
This 1862 map of Baldwin Township shows the location of John Agnew’s home and glass factory, at Brownsville Road and Agnew Road, in present-day Carrick in the South Side of Pittsburgh. 
 
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Pittsburgh area map, 1876
Pittsburgh area map, 1876
This map, published in 1876, shows several locations in our family history—Moon Township, Carrick (Baldwin Township), where John Agnew started his glassmaking business, and Oakmont, where the Agnew factory was later located. 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
1876 map 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1886
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1886
 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1905
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1905
 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1916
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1916
Agnew Apartments 
 
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Agnew Home and Glass Factory
Agnew Home and Glass Factory
Brownsville Rd. and E. Agnew Ave., Carrick PA 
 
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Agnew Home and Glass Factory
Agnew Home and Glass Factory
Brownsville Rd. and E. Agnew Ave., Carrick PA 
 
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Agnew John and Mary Ann 'at home' card
Agnew John and Mary Ann "at home" card
Southern Avenue = the Brownsville Road 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Photos taken August 2003 in Carrick, near intersection of Brownsville Road and E. Agnew Ave. This land was once owned by John Chambers, and passed on to Mary Ann Chambers Agnew and her husband John Agnew, who established his first glass factory there.
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew Hunter homes Oakmont 1897 subdivision plat
Agnew Hunter homes Oakmont 1897 subdivision plat
 
 
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Oakmont and Verona map 1898
Oakmont and Verona map 1898
 
 
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Oakmont 1903 map
Oakmont 1903 map
 
 
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Agnew Glass Factory location in Oakmont 1903
Agnew Glass Factory location in Oakmont 1903
 
 
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Subdivision Plan, showing site of John Porter Hunter home in Oakmont
Subdivision Plan, showing site of John Porter Hunter home in Oakmont
 
 
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Agnew home in Oakmont
Agnew home in Oakmont
The photo below is from Oakmont Library. It shows the former Agnew home when it was the paint laboratory for the Thompson Paint Co. in the 1940s. The original house is on the left, with a later addition built by Thompson. (source: Oakmont Carnegie Library) 
 
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Agnew John home in Oakmont
Agnew John home in Oakmont
The white house in this photo from my grandmother was the Elizabeth Bradley Home for Children at 214 Hulton Road (earlier designation H Street) in Oakmont, torn down in the '70s for the new Riverview High School. It was apparently originally John Agnew's home. He died in 1905, the year the Bradley Home was established. However, the house was… 
 

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